Trust Funding Development Manager

Back to Jobs

Job Ref.: 
EMPLOYSE1/TFDM/10/20
Sector: 
Other
Job Location: 
London SE1
Recruiting For: 
a full time job position
Job Duration: 
Permanent
Exact Salary: 
£50,000-55,000 p.a. plus pension and other benefits
Number of vacancies: 
1
I would like to receive applications from residents in: 
Lambeth and Southwark
Job Description: 

About us

We are one of the UK’s largest charitable foundations. For over 500 years we’ve been based in and focused on improving people’s health in Lambeth and Southwark, two vibrant inner-city areas with urban health challenges.

We work with a range of partners – both within and outside of Lambeth and Southwark – to identify, test and scale new approaches to health and healthcare. We take a programmatic approach, identifying the biggest health issues for people in our communities, understanding what’s underneath these issues, and working with others to address them. We collaborate with anyone who has the very best approaches and shares our drive to make them happen. Whenever possible, we fund jointly with others.

Through a combination of fundraising and our own philanthropic support, we provide exceptional care and a world-class environment for patients and staff, as well as in community health services across the boroughs.

 

About the job

Central to our work as the charity is the focus we bring to ensuring the full breadth of our resources, including charitable donations, are utilised as effectively as possible.

The Trust Funding Development Manager will help us enhance our effectiveness in support of the Trust as an anchor institution for the people of Lambeth and Southwark and will lead on all aspects of delivering the systems and processes we need to make the best possible funding decisions.

The role is responsible for:

  • Leading on the systems development aspects of a long-term strategy for how charitable funds deliver impact within the Trust, with a focus on governance and grant-management
  • Leading engagement on ways of working with colleagues at the Trust to maximise impact, especially with central and local finance, analytics and clinical improvement teams
  • Leading collaborative work with colleagues to ensure our systems and processes are effective and user friendly for staff at the Charity and the Trust
  • Contributing to the operational and strategic development of our Trust Engagement work, including through over-arching and corporate projects.

Responsibilities

Maximising impact

  • Lead on the systems development aspects of a long-term strategy for how charitable funds deliver impact within the Trust, with a focus on governance and grant-management.
  • Take a leading role in our work to increase our operational effectiveness, working closely with colleagues across the Charity and the Trust to develop user-centred decision-making structures.
  • Shape the implementation of the departmental and Charity-wide diversity, equity and inclusion action plans.
  • Lead on the development of a funder-plus model of working with funding recipients at the Trust, providing support that goes beyond the financial.

Engagement

  • Lead engagement on ways of working with colleagues at the Trust to maximise impact, especially with central and local finance, analytics and clinical improvement teams.
  • Develop a network of contacts by attending Trust events and meetings that will enhance the work of the Charity at the Trust, particularly to help ensure the best possible ways of working are in place between our organisations.

Funding support

  • Assess relevant funding proposals to ensure they meet required criteria.
  • Work closely with Trust teams to co-design applications for submission.
  • Support monitoring and evaluation to ensure projects are effectively delivered.
  • Manage relationships with teams across the Trust so that our funding results in positive impact.
  • Provide guidance to grant recipients on reporting and dissemination.

Systems and evaluation

  • Lead collaborative work with colleagues to ensure our systems and processes are effective and user friendly for staff at the Charity and the Trust.
  • Collect high-quality data and use it to draw insights to identify areas where there are opportunities to increase effective utilisation of charitable resources.

Other responsibilities

  • Contribute to the operational and strategic development of our Trust Engagement work, including through over-arching and corporate projects.
  • Undertake other duties which may from time to time be requested by the Trust Funding Director.

 

Personal Specification

Skills

  • Design and development of user-centred decision-making structures.
  • Using evidence to deliver solutions development and system change.
  • Ability to embed and promote diversity, equity and inclusion.
  • Advocacy for systems change with a broad range of stakeholders and audiences.
  • Management of multiple priorities with analytical rigour.
  • Negotiation with and influencing of a range of partners from front-line practitioners to senior directors

 

Experience (desirable)

  • Grant management across the development, management and evaluation cycle.
  • Applied service-design in a healthcare environment.
  • Relationship management in a healthcare environment

 

Role closes: 9am, Monday 2 November 

Interviews: Thursday 12 and Friday 13 November (first round); Thursday 19 and Friday 20 November (second round)

 

How to apply.

Please forward your CV in the first instance to info@employ-se1.co.uk where you will be redirected to the Applied platform; https://app.beapplied.com/apply/b287r8xbov

To apply for this job please email us a cover letter and your most up-to-date CV.

Side 19

Registrations are now open

Latest Jobs

Business Administrator Apprentice (Compliance) 30/10/2020 London SE1
Family Support Worker 28/10/2020 London SE1
Trust Funding Development Manager 16/10/2020 London SE1
Publishing Assistant Apprentice 06/10/2020 London SE1