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Trust and Grants Officer

Keech Hospice Care
Post date
17 December 2020
Closing date
10 January 2021
Luton, Bedfordshire
£23,375 - £27,104 pa
37.5 hours
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Could you be our next Trusts and Grants Officer? Would you like to work in an established team, for a Sunday Times Top 100 not-for-profit organisation? Working at home and in the office, with demonstrable experience of accurate research and creative writing can you help support a long-established charity through applications to and stewardship of grant-making bodies.

Using an appeals approach you will grow our existing pipeline of activity and working with the Trusts and Grants Manager deliver to budget. There are opportunities to learn, test approaches and input to planning.

We’d love to have you join and increase income in our wide-focused fundraising team.

Along with an ongoing commitment to education and training, other benefits include a workplace pension or the option to continue with an NHS pensions if already contributing, on-site free parking, cycle to work scheme, access to Simply Health (health cash plan), access to EAP (Employee Assist Programme), subsidised meals in our restaurant, and the opportunity to purchase annual leave.

If you wish to apply, please complete an application form. CV`s received in isolation will not be considered for interview.

Closing date is Sunday 10th January 2021.

Interviews will be taking place on the 19th January 2021.

We are committed to promoting equality of opportunity across our workforce and particularly welcome applications from minority groups.

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