Recruitment and consultancy

Current vacancies from partners or members of London Funders

London Funders - Learning, Events and Networks Manager

Salary: £21,000 (£35,000 FTE)
Location: London/Home-Based
Closing Date: 10th March
Application Link: Here

We welcomed over 2,800 people to our events, networks and meetings in the last year, where funders in London were able to share learning, insights and best practice to increase the effectiveness of their work.  But we want to do more.  We have ambitions to increase the impact of our work, and need you to join us to help us to achieve this in the new role of Learning, Events and Networks Manager, leading our work to develop an engaging, inspiring and informative programme of events and network meetings that achieves real impact for funders in London.
This role is crucial to us in ensuring that learning is captured and shared, that the latest insights and developments inform the work of funders, and that action can be taken after our events.  From small roundtable meetings exploring issues in-depth, through to conference events with hundreds of attendees from across our membership, you’ll be ambitious about ensuring that everyone has a positive experience and leaves with learning and ideas that they can translate into action in their own work, whilst also supporting collaborative efforts across the funding community.
You’ll get to work with our 170 member funders from across sectors, who invest in all aspects of London’s civil society and reach all communities.  No two days are the same at London Funders, and nor are two events the same for us – from advice to violence affecting young people, from Barking & Dagenham to Westminster, you’ll be involved in planning events on issues and places that are as diverse as the city we love.
If you’re interested in the role we’d love to hear from you.  You can find more detail in the information pack below, which includes links to where you can find out more about our work and the areas this role will be focused on.  When you’re ready to apply, just submit your CV and a supporting statement (no more than two sides of A4) explaining how you meet the points on the person specification, through Charity Job before 10am on Wednesday 10 March 2021.  We look forward to hearing from you, and to hopefully working with you to make a positive difference to London life through a strong and effective network of funders.

Pilgrim Trust - Communications Manager

Salary: £30,000-£35,000 pro rata
Closing Date: 15th March
Location: London/home working
Application Link: Here

The Trust is seeking a part-time Communications Manager who will work to the Director to strengthen the Trust’s external communications within the strategic direction set by the Trustees. It is an exciting time to join the Trust as it seeks to refresh its approach to communications and influencing, enabling the work of the Trust and its grantees to be better known; to enhance its impact; and to strengthen its collaborations with the wider funding community and grantees to share good practice and learning.

Social Investment Business - Relationship Manager

Salary: £34,000
Closing Date: 7th March
Location: London/Remote
Application Link: Here

We have an opportunity for a talented Relationship Manager to join our Grants Team as part of the Social Investment Business organisation. Reporting to our Head of Grants this role plays an important part in supporting our Investment team in Grant funding which supports the delivery of SIB’s strategy and focus.
We are looking for someone who has previous experience of social investment or grant making and has worked with charities and social enterprises. This is a great opportunity for someone to be involved in making a difference to people. We need someone who is passionate, proactive, can work well autonomously and as part of a team and is flexible, adaptable and can manage competing priorities.

London Sport - Programme & Operations Manager

Salary: £37,000
Closing Date: 7th March
Location: London/Remote
Application Link: Here
 
We are looking for a passionate, enthusiastic and entrepreneurial person to play a vital role in the future success of the Sport Tech Hub.
You will lead the operations and delivery of our programmes, processes, projects and training, and engagement with our community.
This role will focus on the day-to-day delivery of Sport Tech Hub, implementing and managing key programmes for founders, that are launching, growing or scaling technology to support physical activity and managing our alumni and community.
This role will engage organisations that have the potential to use sport tech to achieve their goals, making them aware of relevant tech solutions and connecting them to relevant ventures to develop partnerships for mutual benefit.
Finally, this role will be key to showcasing the impact of Sport Tech Hub and the contribution it is making towards London Sport’s vision of making London the most active city in the world

London Sport - Relationship Manager

Salary: £32,000 (pro-rata 0.6 FTE)
Closing Date: 21st March
Location: London/Remote
Application Link: Here

We are looking for a talented, enthusiastic and confident manager to join the relationship management team at London Sport.
This is a varied role working with communities and policy holders across London both in and outside of the sports sector to generate collaboration towards tackling inactivity.
Often using physical activity as the tool for achieving wider outcomes and central to this will be the development of successful internal and external relationships and contribution to overall organisational strategy.

The Fore Trust - Partnership Coordinator

Salary: £23-24k
Closing Date: 1st March
Location: London/Remote
Application Link: here
The Partnership Coordinator is a new role, which will support the maintenance, development and expansion of The Fore’s relationships with current and prospective partners. Most of The Fore’s partners are in the corporate and foundation sectors, though we also work with philanthropic individuals. In this role, you will engage directly with our existing partners and their employees to facilitate their involvement in The Fore’s funding panel and pro bono support activities. You will develop reports on these activities, and draft new funding requests and evaluations. For prospective partners your work will include background research and proposal development. In addition to these core activities, you will be supporting The Fore’s programme team on an as-needed basis. While most of your contact will be with The Fore’s partners, you may also have direct interaction with The Fore’s grantees.

The Fore Trust - Programme Officer

Salary: £27-29k
Closing Date: 1st March
Location: London/Remote
Application Link: here
The Programme Officer (Data & Research) is a new role, which will support the delivery of The Fore’s data analysis, research, and communications objectives, helping to build our organisational profile. The role is critical to streamlining our operations, enhancing reporting and research efforts, and building our online audience to strengthen The Fore’s overall impact. This role will support the delivery of a variety of projects across the organisation’s grants programme, pro bono network, and partnerships work.

Vision Foundation - Director of Grants and Impact

Salary: £55,000
Closing Date: 5th March
Location: London
Application Link: Here

We are looking to recruit an exceptional Director of Grants and Impact to build up our grant-making and wider impact work – including capacity building, strategic partnerships, research and advocacy. You will be experienced making grants and supporting grantees to evolve and develop. You will be able to think creatively about the best interventions we can make to deliver the greatest impact on our investment.

Trust for London - Head of Communications

Salary: £49,815 to £58,171
Closing Date: 15th March
Location: London
Application Link: Here

The Trust is recruiting a Head of Communications to help raise the profile of poverty and inequality in the city and show what can be done to tackle it. This is a unique opportunity for someone with ambition and commitment to shape our approach to external communications and make a real difference to the lives of low-income Londoners.
The role has responsibility for both our digital communications and our media relations. This includes managing our website and social channels, as well as contact with journalists, newspapers, radio and television. The role will be responsible for the proactive identification of opportunities for further coverage related to poverty and inequality in London, ensuring that the organisations the Trust supports are placed front and centre.

Guy's and St Thomas' Charity - Various

Location: Home-based/London
Application Links: Here

We believe that building different perspectives into our multidisciplinary team will both inform and enhance our work. This means we’re open to applications from a broad range of backgrounds and experience.

The Big Give - Various 

Location: London
Application Link: Here

The Big Give currently has two vacancies to join their small team based in Holborn. They are looking for a Software Engineer to use their technical skills to develop the Big Give platform and help us continue to grow. £40,000 - £50,000 (depending on experience). For more information and details on how to apply please review the job description.
They arelooking for a customer-driven, organised self-starter to be our new Partnerships Executive. You will play a key role in supporting our customers with their use of the Big Give platform. Up to £25,000 (depending on experience). For more information and details on how to apply please review the job description

City Bridge Trust - Head of Impact and Learning 

Salary: £43,100 - £49,980 + London weighting
Closing Date: 1st March
Location: London
Application Link: Here

We are looking to recruit a job share maternity cover for the role Head of Impact and Learning (21 hours per week). Working alongside one of the current Heads of Impact and Learning, this role will manage a small team to embed a culture of impact and learning across the CBT Team.  In the job share partnership this role will co-lead implementation of City Bridge Trust’s impact and learning strategy, oversee and develop evaluation systems, manage relationships with external evaluators, and support team and the grant-making Committee to continually use an equitable approach to evidence and learning to work towards CBT’s mission. 
You will be passionate about London’s civil society sector and bring a strong understanding of how to lead a team which champions accessibility and empowerment for colleagues and funding partners. Like us you will be motivated to adopt an equitable approach to impact and learning that considers questions of diversity, equity and inclusion, and tackles power imbalances between funder and funded organisations, in its design as well as implementation.
This is an exciting opportunity to join CBT, as we strive to become values-led and data driven. You will help lead the growing Impact and Learning team as we use evidence and learning to continue to adapt at pace, particularly as we address London’s new challenges and heightened inequalities as a result of the Covid-19 crisis.  

Social Tech Trust - Various

Location: Home based
Application Links: Here
We’re looking for talented experts to join us at Social Tech Trust on a temporary basis. We have a number of immediate short-term opportunities across investment analysis, research, partnership development and fundraising.

Westway Trust - Chief Executive

Salary: £70,000-90,000
Closing Date: 26th February
Location: London
Application Link: Here

We are now at a particularly exciting time in our story. Our organisation has recently been through unprecedented change to place the Trust firmly back in the hands of the community. But there is much more we need to do. As our new CEO, you will provide clear direction and leadership to the team as we deliver six new strategic priorities. These include bringing about the radical organisational and cultural change needed to reinforce our role as an authentically community-centred enabler, empowerer and facilitator.
The Westway community is diverse, committed and knowledgeable. The Trust is committed to being a genuine part of our community and supporting it to have a stronger voice. We are in a prime position to influence local, London and national decisions that improve social, economic and environmental wellbeing and justice, so that we may challenge systemic injustice and discrimination, including seeking land justice. On the ground, we will continue to deliver major projects, including the Community Street project, which will enhance the Westway estate for everyone.

Youth Music - Trustees

Salary: Voluntary
Closing Date: 26th February
Location: London/home-based
Application Link: Here

Do you love music and have experience of how music-making makes a difference in young people’s lives? This trustee opportunity could be for you.
 
Youth Music is recruiting new trustees and we are strongly encouraging applications from people with lived experience of Disability and people from the Black, Indigenous and People of Colour community who are currently underrepresented on the board. Watch Chair of the Board, YolanDa Brown’s message here.

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