Grants Operations Manager - Nuffield Foundation
- Salary: circa £40,000 per annum (negotiable depending upon experience).
- Contract: Full time (35 hours per week), permanent
- Location: London, ability to work from home for part of the week
- Closing: 09:00am, Monday 15th November 2021
The Nuffield Foundation is hiring a Grants Operations Manager to manage and oversee all aspects of our grant operations and administration, ensuring we continue to effectively fund research that fulfils our mission of advancing educational opportunity and social wellbeing.
Grant-making is central to our mission, and the Grants Operations Manager is responsible for managing and overseeing all aspects of grant operations within the Foundation.
Leading the Grants Operations Team, you will own our grants management and applications processes, ensuring these are effectively managed, and that there is good communication and coordination on all grants issues across the business. This will involve working closely with colleagues across the Foundation, particularly Programme Heads, and Finance and Information Systems.
This position will also oversee the ongoing development and implementation of our new grants management system (on Salesforce), identifying and implementing areas for improvement and reviewing processes to support the needs of grant making teams and external stakeholders.
You will also develop and oversee the analysis and reporting of management information, to both assess the effectiveness of our grant operations and support the evaluation of the projects we fund.
With your people management, operational, and grants management experience, you will be responsible for developing and leading a small team, prioritising work where necessary to ensure operational support across the whole portfolio of grants and programmes. You will need to provide hands-on support for the team during peak periods. You will also be responsible for ensuring the effective embedding and ongoing development of a new grants management system. You will be highly numerate and with excellent IT skills. With strong abilities in collaborating and communicating, you will be able to work effectively with colleagues at all levels of the organisation as well as external stakeholders (including senior academics).
Further information and how to apply
For further information and to apply, please click through to our recruitment platform. The closing date for applications is 09:00am (GMT) on Monday 15th November 2021, with interviews taking place via video on 1st and/or 2nd December 2021.
The Nuffield Foundation
The Nuffield Foundation is an independent charitable trust with a mission to advance social well-being, to improve lives for individuals, families and communities within a just and inclusive society.
As part of our core grants programmes we fund research that informs social policy, primarily in Education, Welfare and Justice. We also provide opportunities for young people to develop skills and confidence in science and research.
We are the co-founder and co-funder of Nuffield Council on Bioethics and – in line with an ambitious strategy and expanded strategic funding envelope – we have established and co-funded both the Nuffield Family Justice Observatory and the Ada Lovelace Institute in recent years.
The Nuffield Foundation was established in 1943 by William Morris, Lord Nuffield, the founder of Morris Motors.
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