Grant Fundraiser

Free to Be Kids · 22 days ago
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We're looking for a talented grant fundraiser to join our team and help significantly upscale our fundriasing, to allow us to double the number of our award winning, therapeutic residential projects that we can provide for London’s most vulnerable children. Your job will be to work with our Co-CEOs to help us double our income over the next three years. Primarily, you’ll take responsibility for securing small and medium sized grants, so we're looking for someone with a track record of successfully securing five figure funding from trusts and foundations. As well as writing high quality, comprehensive and persuasive funding applications, you’ll need to manage reporting and relationship management with the funders you successfully engage and oversee some wider fundraising tasks, such as helping us to diversify our public donation strategy and playing a part in planning our annual fundraising events. You’ll also play a hands on role as part of the team on at least two of our residential projects each year, getting to know our children and volunteers and witnessing the transformative nature of our projects first hand, to ensure that you can talk compellingly about the changes they make within children’s lives.Is this your next job Read the full description below to find out, and do not hesitate to make an application.This is an exciting opportunity to join our young, ambitious charity and play a key part in its growth over the coming years. The role would best suit someone who has already built some experience within grant fundraising and is now looking to progress to the next level. The successful candidate will have excellent written skills and attention to detail, be highly organized, self-motivated and a good team player. More than anything else, we’re looking for the right person who is fast paced, flexible and passionate enough to go the extra mile for children who deserve our support.We are particularly keen to encourage applications from those who can help us represent the lived experiences of our children through their own experiences or background.Our offer to the right candidate:Salary: £32,000 to £37,000 dependent on experience.Hours: Fulltime: 37.5 hours per week across 5 days. Essential attendance on at least 2 residential projects a year.Leave: 25 days per year, plus bank holidays and up to 3 additional discretionary reward days over the Christmas period.Other benefits: 4% employer pension contribution paid on full base salary, rising by 1% for every two years of service, up to a maximum of 6%; flexible working (outside core hours); Employee reward scheme and health plan.Based: Hybrid - at least 3 days each week from our office in Waterloo, London, with the option to work up to 2 days from home following completion of successful probationary period.To start: The earlier the better! Ideally, we’re looking for someone who can join our team in late March, but we realise that some people will have notice periods that do not allow this.To Apply: Please visit for further information and to download our recruitment pack or click on the easy apply button to express your interest and we'll send you the relevant information. If you have any questions, you can email us at:
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