Bids & Grants Officer

A REWARDING CAREER THAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE

As one of the local leading providers of palliative and end of life care, St Andrew’s Hospice is a highly successful and forward-thinking charity, offering both adult and children’s services. With an excellent reputation both in the local community and beyond, we reach over 800 patients and their families in North East Lincolnshire and our wider catchment area of Lincolnshire, Hull and East Yorkshire for our children’s services.

Working for St Andrew’s Hospice offers a very rewarding career with a fantastic team, with 170 Hospice staff, a large well-equipped Hospice site and 19 charity shops working together to ensure that patients and their families have the best possible experience and receive the highest quality of care.

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If you are seeking a flexible role with true variety, passion and the chance to make a difference as well as developing personally learning a range of new skills, we are seeking an individual with the ability to work within our income generation and fundraising teams with a focus on making grant applications to a range of funders creating compelling and well researched asks. The function is well-established and successful and you will have a passion for achieving excellent returns from this area of work. The role, as a team player, will also support the wider team’s general income generative activities.

With proven experience of success in an income generation role or enterprise, business, senior administration etc and ideally with some experience of making funding applications (although applicants with other backgrounds and experience may be considered and training will be given) you will have excellent skills in research and creating articulate written communications. You will be able to work flexibly and be a consummate and personable multi-tasker. You will have good research skills, an eye for detail, good standards of written communication and be able to build relationships with funders. You will also be IT literate, slick at administration and numerate.

Working from home for some of the time may be considered if preferred

In return we offer you:

  • Competitive salary
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Bridge tolls paid for staff who live over the Humber Bridge
  • Excellent annual leave
  • Access to excellent staff benefits
  • Excellent CPD
  • Flexible working

For further details please contact:

Lesley Charlesworth-Browne – Deputy Chief Executive on (01472) 571240

Closing date: Monday 11th July 2022

How to apply:

Download and complete an application form then return the form to the HR Department at [email protected]

 

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