Grant Programmes Manager
We are currently seeking a Grant Manager to help deliver the charity’s mission and objectives through the design, delivery and evaluation of the national grant-making programme.
It’s a really exciting time to be involved with an ambitious and growing organisation that’s committed to bringing the property sector together to create real social change.
Position: Grant Manager
Location: Home-based/remote working (with occasional visits to the London office)
Hours: Full or part-time (4 days per week min)
Salary: £36k - £40k
Benefits: 25 days per year (not including bank holidays) pension, free annual flu jabs and annual sight tests, cycle to work scheme, ½ day a month entitlement to volunteer for a charity of your choice in work time, interest-free annual travel card loans, an employee assistance programme, staff discount scheme, health insurance, support for external mentoring, free fruit every week and scope for flexible working.
Closing Date: Friday 10 December 2021, at midday
As Grant Manager, you’ll be responsible for successfully managing intelligent and effective grant-making systems, ensuring collaboration and integration with pro bono and other programmes, including the National Development Programme.
You’ll be responsible for monitoring, evaluating and ensuring the compliance of grant-making, and for demonstrating the social impact, and social value, of the grants the charity make. You will be responsible for ensuring there are powerful stories from both charities and the young people they support.
At all times, you will be aware of the need to communicate evidence of impact to the corporate partners who fund the work, and to do so in a format that aligns with their own reporting cultures.
You’ll be an effective, passionate and thoughtful communicator about the work of the charity. You will provide support, challenge and development to any colleagues for whom you have management responsibility and promote effective collaboration in all that you do.
You will have:
- A good understanding of the fundraising and grant awarding sector
- An understanding of, or interest in, youth homelessness
- Experience of managing a grants programme (or similar)
- Knowledge of assessing, monitoring and evaluating projects or programmes
- Experience of delivering against financial and non-financial KPI’s
- The ability to think strategically and skills in planning, prioritizing and organising a team to meet organisation-wide objectives
- Experience of developing and operating effective decision-making and quality systems, processes and procedures improving and streamlining them where possible
- The ability to lead, manage, develop and motivate a small team
The charity has an ambitious mission to end youth homelessness, so it’s an exciting time to join this dynamic and growing organisation. Along with an excellent benefits package, there are career development and flexible working opportunities.
About the Organisation
As the property industry’s charity working to end youth homelessness in the UK, the organisation brings remarkable businesses and individuals from across the property industry together to support charities providing accommodation for young people who are or have been homeless, or who are at risk of homelessness in the future. Through a unique network of corporate partners, it invests funding and expertise where to achieve lasting impact.
You may also have experience in areas such as Trusts Fundraising Officer, Foundations Fundraising Manager, Trusts and Grants Fundraising Manager, Fundraising Manager, Trusts Fundraiser, Trusts and Grants Fundraiser, Fundraising Partnerships Manager, Trusts, Foundations, Supporter Engagement, Bid Writing, Bid Writer, Grants, Programmes, Grants and Programmes Manager, Grant Scheme Manager, Charitable Grants Manager, Grants Management, Grants Operation Manager, Grants Director, Programmes and Impact Manager, Impact and Evaluation Manager, Monitoring, Evaluation and Impact Manager, Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, Research and Evaluation, Impact Delivery Manager.