Spitalfields, Greater London
£35,000 pro rata (£21,000 actual)
Permanent, Part-time, 21 hours a week
Job description
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Learning, Events and Networks Manager
Part-time (21 hours per week)
£35,000 pro rata (£21,000 actual)

We welcomed over 2,800 people to our events, networks and meetings in the last year, where funders in London were able to share learning, insights and best practice to increase the effectiveness of their work.  But we want to do more.  We have ambitions to increase the impact of our work, and need you to join us to help us to achieve this in the new role of Learning, Events and Networks Manager, leading our work to develop an engaging, inspiring and informative programme of events and network meetings that achieves real impact for funders in London.

This role is crucial to us in ensuring that learning is captured and shared, that the latest insights and developments inform the work of funders, and that action can be taken after our events.  From small roundtable meetings exploring issues in-depth, through to conference events with hundreds of attendees from across our membership, you’ll be ambitious about ensuring that everyone has a positive experience and leaves with learning and ideas that they can translate into action in their own work, whilst also supporting collaborative efforts across the funding community.

You’ll get to work with our 170 member funders from across sectors, who invest in all aspects of London’s civil society and reach all communities.  No two days are the same at London Funders, and nor are two events the same for us – from advice to violence affecting young people, from Barking & Dagenham to Westminster, you’ll be involved in planning events on issues and places that are as diverse as the city we love.

If you’re interested in the role we’d love to hear from you.  You can find more detail in the information pack below, which includes links to where you can find out more about our work and the areas this role will be focused on.  When you’re ready to apply, just submit your CV and a supporting statement (no more than two sides of A4) explaining how you meet the points on the person specification, through Charity Job before 10am on Wednesday 10 March 2021.  We look forward to hearing from you, and to hopefully working with you to make a positive difference to London life through a strong and effective network of funders.

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Refreshed on: 28 February 2021
Closed date: 10 March 2021
Tags: Management

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