Recruitment and consultancy

Current vacancies from partners or members of London Funders

The Mercers' Company - Request for proposals

Budget: £15,000
Closing Date: June 11th

The Mercers' Company is seeking an evaluation and learning partner for its Church & Communities Programme’s ‘Better Outcomes for Families and Carers’ priority. For a copy of the brief or to speak to a member of the Philanthropy Team about this opportunity please email grants@mercers.co.uk.

Vision Foundation - Interim Director of Fundraising

Salary: £55,000 FTE per annum
Closing Date: 13th May
Location: London
Application Link: Here

We are looking for an interim Director of Fundraising to join our successful and growing fundraising team on a three-month contract to give leadership support and maintain direction and plans, affording the charity the time to undertake the recruitment process for the permanent position over the summer months.

NPC - Senior Consultant 

Salary: £35,000-£40,000
Closing Date: 20th May
Location: London
Application Link: Here

You will work with a team of experienced consultants to deliver consulting projects for charities and funders. Often this involves working with organisations to think about what they want to achieve and develop approaches to evaluate their effectiveness. NPC works across the UK voluntary sector, so you will get to work on a wide variety of topic areas and organisations, on both large and small projects.
We would also encourage you to contribute to NPC’s think tank work, for example by writing blogs, reports and delivering presentations to external audiences.
The ideal candidates have relevant experience in a consulting or research role in professional services, public policy or the third sector. You also have good research and analysis skills and are able to work flexibly and independently.

The Social Innovation Partnership - Community-led Funding Partner

Budget: £20,000 (inc VAT)
Closing Date: 13th May
Location: London
Application Link: Here

We are looking for a learning partner to work with over the next 14 months to conduct a developmental evaluation of a new fund we are piloting in South London. This fund is testing new ways of participatory grant-making and creating systems change at a local level. Our chosen learning partner will work with us for the first two rounds of funding, with the potential to extend the contract for the full four-year pilot. We’re open to both organisations and individuals to be our learning partner.  

Rocket Science - Grants Officer

Salary: £25,000-£28,000
Closing Date: 19th May
Location: London
Application Link: Here

We are looking for a Grants Officer with at least 12 months’ experience in grant making and an interest in public policy to join our growing team. As a Grants Officer you would be responsible for working with funders and grantees to design, deliver and review a range of high impact grant programmes.  Our breadth of programmes makes this an exciting role with development opportunities supporting community grants of £10,000 to national strategic £1m partnerships.

Hammersmith United Charities - Head of Grants and Community

Salary: up to £50,000 pro rata ( 3 days per week)
Closing Date: 31st May
Location: London
Application Link: Here
Hammersmith United Charities is looking for an experienced grant maker. Your remit will span every aspect of the grant lifecycle – from marketing through assessment, to award, ongoing relationship management and reporting on outcomes. You will also lead the Charity’s communication strategy promoting our services and developing the Charity’s profile as a bold and informed voice. You will help develop the Charity’s wider work in the community creating new ways of delivering ‘relief in need’ and establishing HUC as a core strategic partner and leader in our community.

The Portal Trust - Grants Manager

Salary: £45,000
Closing Date: 4th June
Location: London
Application Link: Here

Through building and developing effective relationships you will lead the Trust’s grants team in one of the oldest endowed educational grant making charities within the City of London. Building on the Trust’s position as a key contributor to educational policy, practice and research, you will work very closely with key partners to meet the evolving educational needs of London’s young people.
Through your management style, interpersonal skills, energy, enthusiasm and versatility, you will be required to drive through a new era in the Trust’s strategic grant development plans working closely with the Chief Executive and Grants Team.
You must have a demonstrable track record of successful contributions to organisation and the ability to adapt, implement and deliver innovative solutions to enhance the Foundation’s grant giving capability.

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