Grant Process Co-ordinator

Organisation:
Community Foundation

Salary

£21,144 to £24,339

Contract Type

Permanent

Hours

Full time

Closing date

Monday, 14 January, 2019 - 12:00

Location

Tyne and Wear

Salary range: £21,144 to £24,339
Based Newcastle upon Tyne

At the Community Foundation, we share a love for North East England and believe in the importance of giving and philanthropy, backing local charities and championing disadvantaged people.

Every year, we award grants to hundreds of local groups through funds set up by our donors. As our Grant Process Co-ordinator, you’ll bring your administrative know-how, interpersonal and ICT skills to the business end of our work, processing and co-ordinating our grants from application through assessment, payment and reporting back. Your professionalism, efficiency and personal touch will win the trust of our grantees and donors, and the respect of your colleagues. You’ll enjoy working with data and a wide range of systems, be keen to learn and contribute to a team. And you’ll have a keen eye for spotting ways to make things better.

Alongside an attractive salary and benefits package, we offer flexible working arrangements, a great office environment, travel to work schemes and opportunities for professional development.

For more information, download the application pack from our website. Applications should be made by sending your CV, a covering statement and a completed equality and diversity monitoring form. Copies of the pack and monitoring form can also be obtained from our website or by calling Adam Smith on 0191 222 0945 or email as@communityfoundation.org.uk.

Deadline for applications: 12 noon on Monday 14 January 2019
Shortlisted applicants notified by: 5pm on Wednesday 16 January 2019
Interviews to be held on: Wednesday 23 January 2019

We embrace diversity and positively welcome applications from people from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences.

Please note, this post was previously advertised as Grant and Funds Co-ordinator. Previous applicants should not re-apply. The appointment will be subject to successful completion of a probationary period.