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ABF The Soldiers’ Charity – Head of Individual Grants (London)

***THIS JOB VACANCY HAS NOW CLOSED***

Contract type: Initial Two-Year Fixed Term Contract
Salary: Competitive
Location: London, Victoria

ABF The Soldiers’ Charity is recruiting for a very important position, Head of Individual Grants.  The main role is to lead and manage the delivery of individual grants, including overseeing the charity application process, incoming enquiries and applications, and the delivery of advice and charitable assistance.  The ideal candidate will have strong management experience, to line manage to Grants Officers and one Executive Officer post within the Welfare Team, as well as being well equipped to prepare and monitor the individual grant-giving budget throughout the year; whilst assessing, approving and processing grant applications.

The successful candidate will be able to deputise and represent the Charity on behalf of the Director of Grants & Welfare at relevant external events and group meetings.

This is only a snapshot for the role of Head of Individual Grants, for more information on the wider role for this post please open the attached job description.

If you feel you have the relevant experience and skill set for this role please send your current CV and strong supporting statement to Tina Reading, HR Manager – treading@soldierscharity.org. For an informal chat please contact Barney Haugh, Director of Grants & Welfare, bhaugh@soldierscharity.org or 020 7811 3207.

Closing date: 28 Aug 2018
Interview date: 5 Sept 2018

No agencies.

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