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Cambridge, Cambridgeshire 2.28 miles
£18,500.00 - £20,500.00 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

We launched our Cambridgeshire Coronavirus Community Fund on 18th March 2020. To date we have raised over £1 million and distributed over £730,000 in emergency funding to people across our county in the most vulnerable and needy situations. Now, more than ever, we need to strengthen and build resilience in our communities and we need a new team member to help us do that.

We are an accredited member of the UK Community Foundation Network and have been supporting Cambridgeshire and Peterborough since 2004. Last year we awarded £2.8 million to support our local communities and address need across our county. This year we need to do much more.

Description:

As Maternity Cover Grants Officer you will play a pivotal role in the programme team – assisting with marketing, planning, delivering and reporting on our grant-making programme to ensure targets are met.

Job Specification

  • To identify groups and input marketing ideas to reach programme and fund spend targets
  • To process/ oversee the processing of grant applications including advising applicants, scrutinizing accounts and governing documents, assessing applications, preparing paperwork and attending donor panels
  • To take responsibility for end-to-end delivery of certain programmes
  • To build specialist knowledge of CCF's database
  • To take an active role in continuous improvement and best practice initiatives

Profile

Our Grants Officers require:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Proven customer-facing skills
  • Confident numeracy skills
  • Commitment to quality

In addition the successful candidate will have:

  • Proven eye for detail - be able to produce, analyse and proofread reports/communications to a high standard of accuracy
  • Ability to plan, organise and prioritise workload effectively
  • Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office and proven experience of using databases

Some travel to meetings across the county (some rural locations) is required as are occasional evening meetings and events. Driving license and access to a vehicle is desirable.

The successful Grants Officer will be a positive and focused individual who can take the initiative as well as follow prescribed processes. Flexibility, enthusiasm and a commitment to our lively and ambitious team are key to our future.

Please send your CV and cover letter to the email address below.

Due to the amount of response we receive, unfortunately we are not able to give feedback to individuals, if you have not heard back within 7 days from the application deadline please assume that you have not been successful for the role you have applied for.

We treat everyone equally.

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Posted on: 21 August 2020
Closing date: 20 October 2020
Tags: Admin,Project Management

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