Recruitment and consultancy

Current vacancies from partners or members of London Funders

London Funders - Trustees

Location: London
Salary: Voluntary
Closing Date: 2nd December
Application Link: Here

At this year’s AGM (9 December) we will be sadly saying goodbye to three of our long-serving Trustees who reach the end of their third term of three years – Bharat Mehta from Trust for London, Erik Mesel from John Lyon’s Charity, and Monica Needs from the London Borough of Barking & Dagenham.  We’ve benefited hugely from their expertise, ideas and support over the last nine years, and thank them for their service.  Their departures leave seats on our Board that we’ll be seeking to fill at the AGM – not just as Trustees, but also because Monica has served as one of our Vice Chairs, and Erik as our Treasurer, so we also need people who are interested in taking on those extra responsibilities too.
If you’re interested in becoming a Trustee we can arrange a call with existing members of the Board, can invite you to observe one of our Board meetings (the next one is on 12 November), or send you any extra information that would be helpful – just get in touch with James to discuss.  More information about the role is in our summary sheet here.

Laureus - Senior Development Manager

Location: London
Salary: £39,000-£45,000
Closing Date: 30th January
Application Link: Here

Laureus Sport for Good is a global Sport for Development organisation that harnesses the power of sport to end violence, discrimination and disadvantage. Proving that sport can change the world.
Over the past 20 years Laureus Sport for Good (LSFG) has developed a network of grantee parters and charitable infrastructure worldwide that now spans more than 40 countries. LSFG has in this time developed a depth of understanding and a corresponding credibility in its field and is recognised as a leading organisation in the sport for development sector.
The growth of the organisation requires a Senior Development Manager, based in the UK or Europe, to drive revenue and secure Sport for Good’s ongoing success and growth, with a focus on building new partnerships with and securing funding from large global institutional donors.

A New Direction - Listening Project Consultation Brief

Location: London
Fees: Various
Closing Date: 15th December
Application Link: Here

We’re looking for organisations interested in leading on the delivery of Listening Projects – a new piece of consultation aimed at understanding the evolving dynamics in the city in the wake of COVID-19.
In January and February 2021, we will undertake five Listening Projects, each focussed on a different theme (expanded below). We want to hear from families and young Londoners as well as organisations and partners who work across the rich ecology that supports young people, culture and creativity in different areas of the city and regionally.
The Listening Projects will be a rapid sense-making process; a mix of virtual conversations – including group conversations and individual interviews – which build on learning and evidence emerging from published materials exploring the current context for our sector and young Londoners.

London Boroughs of Richmond & Wandsworth - Partnerships Team (various)

Location: London
Closing Date: 6th December
Application Link: Here

We have two opportunities within the Partnerships Team, covering Richmond Council and Wandsworth Council; a two-year fixed term project officer and a permanent partnership officer. Both roles are in the corporate centre and support stakeholders to develop services which meet residents’ needs. The Partnerships Team  engages with stakeholders including senior officers across the Councils, elected members, other public sector leaders, businesses, sub-regional government, voluntary and community sector and residents’ groups. The project officer role particularly focuses on bringing external funding into the Council and partnering organisations, and will also look at systems for best practice community involvement. The partnership officer role will need someone experienced in the dynamics of the officer/elected member relationship. This diverse role will attract someone who is analytical and a confident report writer as well as being able engage with stakeholders and lead high profile involvement events. These are both great roles for people who want to get a full view of the scope of a local authority working and who are happy to work on a number of simultaneous varied projects.  The closing date for both roles is 6th December 2020.

Foundation for Future London - Interim Director of Development

Location: London
Salary: £55,000-£60,000 (pro-rata)
Closing Date: 4th December
Application Link: Here

The Director of Development will be an integral part of the Foundation’s senior leadership team, helping to shape outcomes and delivery for a project that is globally unique in its scale, scope and vision.
We are looking for an ambitious Director of Development, capable of strategic thinking and possess excellent fundraising skills. An ability to build strong relationships across a complex stakeholder map and excellent diplomatic and negotiation skills are essential, alongside a clear passion and commitment to the mission and values of the organisation.
To be considered for this position you will have demonstrable experience of income generation, having made financial asks of £1 million or more and held budget responsibility at £30 million minimum.
In addition, you will have experience of long-term strategy development, significant experience of leading fundraising campaigns for capital and revenue programmes, and developing high performing teams in a supportive environment.

London Borough of Barking and Dagenham - Various

Location: Barking and Dagenham
Application Link: Here

The Participation and Engagement team is expanding and has a number of new roles that have been established to help us deliver on an ambitious participation agenda.
Through participation and engagement, we are working with and empowering our residents to take the lead in communities and be the catalyst for change, while we create the infrastructure to help residents achieve their ambitions.
We are working alongside our VCSE locally to collaborate on the shared ambition for the borough and our residents. We think this is a bold and radical reform of our approach to public service, reorientating towards a genuinely relational, participatory and empowering approach. So, we have three new posts to help us embed our approach and we are recruiting now.  

Sir John Cass's Foundation - Governor 

Location: London
Salary: Voluntary
Closing Date: 8th December
Application Link: Here

Sir John Cass’s Foundation is one of London’s oldest and largest education charities. Founded in 1748, it supports education for young people under the age of 25 from London through its grant programmes for individuals, schools and organisations. The Foundation provides in excess of £4.3 million of educationally linked grants and benefits per year derived from an asset base and investment portfolio of circa £180 million.
The Foundation is now at a point of reflection as we look to change out name. It is clear to us that while firmly committed to combating racism, we failed to consider whether our own name and history compounded the problem. We have also continued to celebrate Sir John Cass without explaining or acknowledging his connection to slavery and human exploitation, or the hurt and anger this has caused amongst our beneficiaries and our community. It is important to us that our new name reflects our beliefs and charitable work and will remain relevant through the next 300 years. Our Trustees, partners, and stakeholders are currently consulting on the name and we will then undertake the legal applications to officially change our name as a charity.
The Foundation is now seeking outstanding candidates to join the Board at this critical point in our history. We are open minded about the specific skills and experience this person will bring but would welcome applications from those who have lived experience or an understanding of our beneficiaries and what they experience. In order to increase the diversity of our board to reflect the community we serve the Foundation would particularly welcome applications from candidates from Black, Asian or ethnic minority backgrounds.

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