London, Greater London
£37,982
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

This role will effectively manage a portfolio of grants, assess applications and make recommendations to decision-making panels. The candidate will also be in charge of provide support to grant holders in order to facilitate the delivery of quality projects on time and on budget. They will also manage monitoring and evaluation to ensure that grant aided groups deliver on objective and in line with good practice. 

 

They will work with the Head of Development and other relevant people to implement transparent and effective grant management processes, by reviewing grant applications and to ensure that the applications are appropriately sought from sections of the BAME sector, according to V4CE principles in grant making. They will also assess grant applications and make clear recommendations to decision-making panels according to the agreed timetable; to ensure recommendations are clearly reasoned and in line with agreed criteria. To also ensure that financial recommendations made to decision-making panels are within the allocated budget. 

The post holder will have to work with the Head of Development to ensure that BAME groups, particularly small grassroots groups, have the support they need to make applications and build capacity; to contribute to the development of work with other infrastructures providers to ensure a comprehensive service for BAME groups. 

 

This is an exciting time to join this small and agile team with a competitive salary of £37,982

 

As a national advocate for the Black and Minority Ethnic voluntary and community sector (BMS VCS). 

We speak up to policymakers on the issues that matter to the sector, bring the sector together to share good practice and develop the sector to better meet the needs of communities.

  1. Increase the involvement of the BME VCS in decision making
  2. Increase awareness of the BME VCS’ impact and value
  3. Improve the capacity of VCOs to meet the needs of BME and other disadvantaged communities

 

Through this, we have been making a significant impact to the BAME communities within society through our grants work and our policy development. 

 

Joining V4CE as a grants officer is a vital time in aiding in the development of the great work we are doing now.

For the right candidate we will consider flexible working options.

Application Instructions

Please submit your CV and Support Statement to the email provided.

Posted on: 06 September 2021
Closed date: 01 October 2021
Tags: Advice, Information, Advocacy

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