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Evaluation and Learning Lead

Guy's and St Thomas' Charity

Salary £55,000-60,000 p.a. plus pension and other benefits

Application deadline 1 March 2021

Our Evaluation and Learning Lead will drive our evaluation and learning practice forward for our urban health programmes, and improve its efficiency and effectiveness.

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Trustee

Miss Agnes H Hunter's Trust

Salary N/a

Application deadline 1 March 2021

The charity is looking to recruit a new Trustee to join the current Board, replacing one retiring member. In a voluntary capacity, the Trustee will attend all Board meetings either online or in person in Edinburgh (typically 4-5/yr) and serve for a 5-year term, renewable for 3 years.

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HR Manager

Guy's and St Thomas' Charity

Salary £45 - 50,000 p.a

Application deadline 1 March 2021

We are looking for an HR Manager to join our Resources team.  This is a new role, starting the process of increasing the capacity and capability of our HR function and enabling us to take a more proactive and planned approach to people matters.  

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Head of Research, Impact & Learning

The Fidelity UK Foundation

Salary £55,000 - £70,000 per annum

Application deadline 1 March 2021

The Fidelity UK Foundation was established by Fidelity International in 1988. The Fidelity International Foundation was established in 1992 (recently split into three foundations: Fidelity Asia Pacific Foundation, Fidelity Bermuda Foundation, and Fidelity Europe Foundation). All four Foundations are independent, endowed charitable organisations, proudly supported by Fidelity International. The Foundations are now looking to recruit a Head of Research, Impact & Learning to join its established, experienced and motivated team

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Head of impact and learning (maternity cover)

City Bridge Trust

Salary £43,100 - £49,980 + London weighting

Application deadline 12:00, 1 March 2021

City Bridge Trust (CBT) is a vibrant, innovative funder supporting charitable activity across London. Our vision is for London to be a city where everyone can thrive. We aim to reduce inequality and grow stronger, more resilient and thriving communities for a London that serves everyone. We award multi-year grants to charitable organisations, provide non-financial support to grant holders, manage a social investment fund and model higher-impact, higher-value philanthropy.

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Interim Director

The Idlewild Trust

Salary £50,000 FTE (£20,000 pro-rata).

Application deadline 09:00, 3 March 2021

A fantastic Interim Director role that will support the Idlewild Trust Board through transition.

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Director of Grants and Impact

Vision Foundation

Salary £55,000

Application deadline 5 March 2021

We are looking to recruit an exceptional Director of Grants and Impact to build up our grant-making and wider impact work – including capacity building, strategic partnerships, research and advocacy.

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ACF volunteer network convenors

ACF

Salary Voluntary position

Application deadline 10:00, 5 March 2021

ACF are currently recruiting for a number of co-convenors for our vibrant and lively networks of ACF members. ACF networks provide an opportunity for connection, discussion and learning between staff and trustees from trusts and foundations across the UK. We currently have 12 active networks focusing on a range of themes, foundation types and geographical positions.

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Grants Manager - 12 month fixed-term contract

Rosa - the UK fund for women and girls

Salary £37,000 per annum

Application deadline 7 March 2021

Rosa - the UK fund for women and girls, is looking for a Grants Manager committed to gender equality, diversity and anti-racism, with the skills and experience to manage our expanding portfolio of grants including assessment, monitoring, reporting and evaluation. You will join our small but mighty team and be involved in every stage of our grant making. You will have the opportunity to shape how we do things, to support and learn from our grantees and to play a role in driving change for women in the UK.

We particularly welcome applications from Black and minoritised applicants. 

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Salesforce Administrator

Guy's and St Thomas' Charity

Salary £35,000

Application deadline 8 March 2021

This is a fantastic opportunity for a Salesforce Admin to join a dynamic and highly motivated team that has significantly developed the platform over the last four years. As well as supporting end-users and resolving their issues and queries, you’ll also be working closely with the Salesforce Business Analyst on the day-to-day administration of the platform, including development work which will become more technical and challenging as your own skills develop.

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Head of People

The Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts

Salary £65,000 - £70,000

Application deadline 8 March 2021

The Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts (SFCT) are a group of sixteen grant-making charitable trusts managed through a joint office employing around 95 staff in Victoria. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer (COO), the newly established role of Head of People is responsible for the strategic development and operational delivery of HR and OD support across all the trusts and charitable companies (with the one exception of Gatsby Africa, which has an international workforce and its own HR team).

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Grants Operations Project Manager

Art Fund

Salary c.£35,000

Application deadline 10 March 2021

Art Fund is the national fundraising charity for art. We believe that art can make you see, think and feel differently, and through our work we help make art more accessible to as many visitors as possible, wherever they are.

We give grants to help museums and galleries acquire works of art for their collections, share them with wide audiences, and support the training and professional development of curators. We are supported by our growing membership of 159,000 through the National Art Pass, as well as the generosity of many trusts, foundations and other individuals.

Following a big increase in the number of grant applications we receive, Art Fund is looking for a project manager to support the agile delivery of a new grants database. This will be built on Art Fund’s existing CRM platform (MS Dynamics), and will deliver grant-making operations across all our funding programmes. The Grants Operations Project Manager will act as the key liaison point within the in-house Programmes team for this project, working with Art Fund’s Technical team to ensure the system is configured to Programmes team specifications, timely decisions are made on prioritising different elements of the project, testing of the new system is effective, and colleagues are trained and onboarded onto the new system with minimal interruption to business-as-usual.

Taking the delivery of the new grants system as a starting point, the role will also undertake a review of the end-to-end administration of current grant-making – from initial enquiry to the receipt of evaluation –  and make recommendations for improvements to all administrative workflows and further development of the system, revising guidance and implementing training as required.

The ideal candidate will have demonstrable experience working with database systems and operations related to grant-making, ideally gained in at least two different organisations. Experience of working with suppliers and technical teams on the development and rollout of new systems and associated database migrations would also be useful, particularly when delivered under an agile methodology, as well as experience of co-ordinating the onboarding of new-users, acceptance testing and go live/business as usual with colleagues. They’ll be a self-starter who loves being part of a team and collaborating across different functions to drive a project forward successfully.

Art Fund offers an excellent benefits package with generous annual leave, an Art Allowance that includes a paid half-day a month to visit exhibitions and galleries, and regular lunch-and-learns to support your development. We are a friendly, welcoming and supportive team.

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Trustees

Dormywood Trust

Salary Unpaid, reasonable travel expenses covered

Application deadline 12 March 2021

As a newly established family Charitable Foundation the Dormywood Trust is looking for 2 new trustees. We are a UK-wide Charity set up to allocate small grant funding in the areas of food poverty, sexual violence, environmental work and creativity as empowerment for young people.

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Grants Administration Co-ordinator (12 month FTC)

The Rank Foundation

Salary £24,000

Application deadline 12 March 2021

The Grants Administration Co-ordinator is responsible for the smooth running of grants systems, payments, and processes.  

The role holder will work closely with the Grants Administration Manager, Finance and Executive teams to provide a joined-up Grants administration function. 


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Communications Manager

The Pilgrim Trust

Salary £30,000-£35,000 p.a. pro rata (depending on experience)

Application deadline 15 March 2021

The Trust is seeking a part-time Communications Manager who will work to the Director to strengthen the Trust’s external communications within the strategic direction set by the Trustees. It is an exciting time to join the Trust as it seeks to refresh its approach to communications and influencing, enabling the work of the Trust and its grantees to be better known; to enhance its impact; and to strengthen its collaborations with the wider funding community and grantees to share good practice and learning.

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Head of Communications

Trust for London

Salary £49,815 to £58,171 per annum (with generous leave entitlement and pension)

Application deadline 10:00, 15 March 2021

Trust for London is an independent charitable foundation that aims to tackle poverty and inequality in London. We do this by funding voluntary and charity groups, currently make grants totalling around £10 million a year. We also fund independent research and provide knowledge and expertise on London’s social issues to policymakers and journalists. We are seeking a Head of Communications to help raise the profile of poverty and inequality in the city and show what can be done to tackle it.

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Head of Impact

Leeds Community Foundation

Salary £30,000-£35,000

Application deadline 18 March 2021

The Head of Impact has specific responsibility for ensuring that the Foundation understands and is responding to assets and needs in the communities we serve and, as such, contributes directly to the Foundation’s strategy. A key focus of the role is in ensuring that our grant-making retains the right balance between strategic and reactive and between relational and data-driven approaches, so we respond both flexibly and equitably to what communities need.

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Grants and Innovation Manager

MCS Charitable Foundation

Salary £35,000 to £40,000 dependent upon experience

Application deadline 22 March 2021

MCS Charitable Foundation is an independent UK-wide charity working to accelerate the adoption of renewable energy and low carbon technologies. Homes and buildings account for around 30% of the UK’s carbon emissions so our sector has a crucial role to play in the drive for net zero. As a Charity with strong links to government, industry and the NGO sector, we have a leading role to play in driving that change.

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Research and Campaigns Officer

MCS Charitable Foundation

Salary £25,000 to £30,000 dependent upon experience

Application deadline 22 March 2021

MCS Charitable Foundation is an independent UK-wide charity working to accelerate the adoption of renewable energy and low carbon technologies. Homes and buildings account for around 30% of the UK’s carbon emissions so our sector has a crucial role to play in the drive for net zero. As a Charity with strong links to government, industry and the NGO sector, we have a leading role to play in driving that change.

The Foundation was set up by the UK Government in 2018 to take ownership of the MCS standards scheme – now run through MCS Service Company – and use the scheme’s profits to invest in initiatives that support growth in the sector. We now have an established grants and research programme focused on initiatives that can drive a step-change impact.

The MCS Charity and Company have a shared MCS Group External Affairs Strategy aimed at using our leading position in the sector to advocate for the policy changes needed to deliver the net zero target. Our key campaigns focus on: pressing for the scrapping of VAT on green technologies; seeking an earlier date for the introduction of net zero requirements in new build homes; and working for comprehensive consumer information services and green finance packages to enable the mass scale retrofitting of homes across the UK.

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Chair of the Foundation’s Board of trustees

Community Foundation

Salary not remunerated, expenses

Application deadline 12 April 2021

Help lead our work powering philanthropy across North East England

Chair of the Foundation’s Board of trustees

The Community Foundation is a leading regional charity with a strong national profile. Our mission is to grow giving and philanthropy by matching generous people with important community causes. Every year we award millions of pounds in grants to small, local charities through funds set up by our generous donors. Since March 2020, we’ve been at the forefront of the community response to Covid-19.

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