Application deadline 26 May 2017
This new role sits within OVO Foundation, which is OVO Energy's charitable arm. OVO Foundation has been up and running since 2014 and we’ve developed a few key projects that we're really proud of across three areas that really mean something to us: youth poverty, education and energy access.
We're not the same as many other Foundations because we don't accept grant applications. Instead, we do our own research into big social issues and then work with relevant partners to create and deliver innovative solutions to the problem. We prefer to develop fewer and more targeted interventions to have a radical impact on people's lives, rather than fund lots of smaller projects. Our Future Builders project is a good example of how we work and development things from scratch, and as well as having a really positive impact on the lives of young people, it’s been nominated for a couple of awards too.
We've had a really great year in getting some new initiatives off the ground; as well as launching Future Builders, we've created partnerships with two primary schools in Bristol and have also designed and delivered ‘OVO Gives Back’ -- a brand new community giving and volunteering scheme.
City Bridge Trust
Salary £27,040 - £30,480 (including London Weighting)
Application deadline 29 May 2017
The City of London Corporation's charity, City Bridge Trust, is London's largest charitable grant-making trust. Based in historic Guildhall, the Trust distributes approximately GBP 20 million per annum to London's voluntary sector. With a reputation for excellence, an exciting career opportunity has arisen with a new, fixed-term, vacancy to support the administration of the Trust's grant-making:
You will provide administrative support to the Trust's day-to day grant-making; help with the production of reports and committee papers; assist with the provision of initial advice and information to grant-seekers and grant-holders; support the effective monitoring of grants; manage data and records using the grants and document management systems; help organise events, seminars and conferences; assist with the payments process.
You will need to have at least 2 years' relevant office experience; be able to use initiative; plan and prioritise a varied and variable workload; be proficient in MS Office Suite; and be able to deal with members of the public. Education to A level or equivalent is essential as is minimum GCSE Grade C in both English and Maths.
A DBS check is required for this post
Interviews: Friday 9 June 2017
W.F. Southall Trust
Salary £28,000 - £31,000
Application deadline 31 May 2017
The W F Southall Trust is a grant-giving charitable Trust, supporting Quaker and other initiatives which work towards a just and more peaceful world. The successful candidate will administer all aspects of the Trust’s work including: receiving applications and screening them according to the Trust’s grant-giving criteria; forwarding applications to Trustees for consideration; preparing for and administering Trust meetings (currently two per year); paying grants, maintaining accounts and liaising with the Trust’s ethical investment managers.
Application deadline 11:00, 5 June 2017
We are now recruiting a new Director to work with the Board, members, and stakeholders to build on the achievements of the last few years.
Salary Up to £35,000
Application deadline 12 June 2017
The Strategic Partnerships Manager will manage our long term partnerships, monitor and evaluate their impact, make recommendations for future growth, and review partnerships as grant periods complete. The Programme Manager will manage these relationships based on three year grants. They will also be closely involved in the development of the Foundation strategy and manage our thought leadership programme.