£36000.00 - £40000.00 per annum
27 days ago
Charity People are pleased to be working with one of the country's leading disabilities charities to find a Programme Design and Funding specialist for the Programme Funding team. This role is pivotal in the team as the responsibilities will be split between securing funding for the projects, whilst playing a part in the building of the them.
Job Title: Programme Design and Funding Specialist
Organisation: Disabilities Charity
Salary: £36,000 - £40,000
Contract: 12 Month fixed term
Closing Date: Friday 13th November 2020
Required: CV and Cover Letter
The charity believes in a world where people with disabilities are able to receive the same opportunities as anyone else. Their aim is to help towards fair and inclusive world, where everyone can live as they choose. The charity's work has an impact on individuals, the public, organisations, and at national and global levels in order to reach this goal.
We are looking for a Programme Design and Funding specialist to drive the programme development team forward and help in building international projects. We need someone to work closely with Head Office teams, Regional Office teams and in-country partners to develop projects responding to immediate or future expected funding opportunities, that fit the charity's strategic priorities and that delivers the department's targets. You will also lead programme development processes as and when required as well as providing technical support on the programme development process, tools and content to other colleagues leading on programme development.
The ideal candidate will have a strong track record of preparing and submitting proposals to institutional donors that are successful and incorporating learnings from unsuccessful proposals into future designs and applications. The other crucial part of the role needs someone with demonstrable experience of leading the design process for developing new international programmes and securing institutional funding.
If you are interested in finding out more or even applying for the role, please contact Stuart Milliner at Charity People.
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