Grants officer

Closed: 20 January 2021

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  • Salary Salary: £23,682.40 p.a. (£29,603 p.a FTE)
  • Location New Malden, Greater London
  • Job Type Permanent, Part-time
  • Sectors Faith-based
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Grants officer

  • Salary: £23,682.40 p.a. (£29,603 p.a FTE)
  • Contract: Part time, Permanent
  • Location: South-west London, UK / some remote working

The Role

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced fundraiser to join CSW’s Fundraising team, to raise income from our existing statutory and institutional funders and grow income from new funding sources

Key Responsibilities (a full list of responsibilities is listed in the Application Pack)

  • Work with the Head of Fundraising to develop a statutory and institutional fundraising strategy that delivers on agreed income targets.
  • Achieve or exceed agreed income targets through applying to and successfully managing relationships with statutory and institutional funders.
  • Research and identify income opportunities from new grant making sources.
  • Liaise with relevant internal project managers to ensure relationships with existing statutory and institutional funders are managed in a way that secures multi-year grants.

The Person

You are an experienced grants fundraiser with a proven track record of securing six-figure grants or more from statutory or institutional sources.  You are proactive, a good communicator with an excellent eye for detail. You are able to work with others to gather the information needed for applications and reporting. You are inspired by CSW’s mission and eager to play your part, through this role, in ensuring freedom or religion and belief for all.

Essential Criteria (a full list of essential criteria is listed in the Application Pack)

  • A minimum of two years’ fundraising experience for a charity.
  • Proven track record of securing six-figure grants from statutory and institutional funders.
  • Writing compelling funding applications.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively.
  • Understanding of monitoring and evaluation processes needed for large institutional funding applications.

CSW Benefits

We offer, your birthday off, pension with 6% employer contribution, season ticket loan, free eye tests and discounted gym membership.

Please go to our website to download an application form and applicant’s e-pack. Please email Jane Bave, Head of People and Culture if you require further information.

Closing date for full applications:  Noon on Wednesday 20 January 2021.

This post falls within the definition of an Occupational Requirement as per the Equality Act 2010.

CSW is a human rights organisation specialising in freedom of religion or belief, and as Christians we stand with everyone facing injustice because of their religion or belief.  

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