Trusts and Grants Manager
|The Matthew Project
|Norwich / Norfolk
|Visit organisation website
|£30,940 per annum (pay review 1 April)
|37 hours per week
|6 February 2024
|4 March 2024
About the organisation: The Matthew Project empowers young people and adults to overcome drugs, alcohol, and mental health issues so they can live their lives more fully. We are looking for a proactive and enthusiastic Trusts and Grants Manager to continue securing income to sustain and grow our charity.
About the role: As the Trusts and Grants Manager, you will research, identify, and respond to funding opportunities. You will be leading on all bids, including major statutory bids, with support from the Income Generation Manager. You will also be maintaining and updating the ‘Bid Decision Framework’ for the senior management team and trustees; creating robust budgets with finance; analysing results, monitoring, and quality checking report backs to funders; and building relationships with key stakeholders, commissioners, and existing and potential funders. You will also deputise for the Income Generation Manager.
Our values and ethos originate from a Christian perspective, and we seek to employ people of all backgrounds who respect and align with those values, whether from a position of faith or not.
How to apply
Please click the link below which will take you to the Matthew Project’s website where we have published the job vacancy advert and a full job description and person specification for the role. Also included on our website is a link to our application form: https://www.matthewproject.org/work-for-us
Alternatively, please click on this link, which will take you directly to our application form: https://forms.office.com/e/09C93SWqrU?origin=lprLink
If you require a paper version of the application form and job description, please telephone us on 01603 626123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org ensuring you provide your name and postal address.
Closing Date for applications: 12.00pm (noon) on Monday 4th March 2024
Interview Date: Monday 11th March or Tuesday 12th March 2024 at our Norwich office, 70-80 Oak Street, Norwich NR3 3AQ