Up to £12,789 per annum (£22,230 full time equivalent)
21 hours per week (maternity cover)
This role includes writing compelling funding bids for a wide variety of projects and matching these to appropriate potential trusts and foundations. The role will involve developing relationships with existing funders, researching and applying to new ones together with reporting back on grants awarded.
Ideally applicants should have experience of fundraising from grant making trusts; however we are willing to consider transferable skills. Very good attention to detail, excellent written and verbal presentation skills and the ability to tailor writing style for different audiences are all essential.
• 27 days holiday plus bank holidays (pro rata to part time)
• Excellent training and development opportunities
• Life insurance, Group Personal Pension & Occupational Health schemes
• Health Cash Plan & Perkbox discount scheme
• Free wellbeing activities (e.g. gym/yoga)
• Free parking & many other benefits
Closing date: 8th December 2020
Location: Holybourne, Alton, Hampshire
You will be working for a ground breaking trust, managing one of the largest specialist Schools and Colleges in the UK for young people with disabilities. The fundamental purpose is simple: to enable disabled young people to fulfil their potential in every aspect of their lives.
The Trust is commited to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults. All successful candidates will be subject to a DBS check along with other relevant employment checks.