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The Not Forgotten

Not Forgotten Association – Grants Officer (London)

 

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

Salary: c.£34K plus generous benefits

The Not Forgotten Association enriches the lives of injured service personnel.  It provides entertainment and recreational activities for wounded, injured or disabled serving personnel and veterans from the Tri-Service community.  With an emphasis on the personal approach, and with the beneficiary firmly at the heart of everything we do, The Not Forgotten is looking for an individual to lead its grant and trust writing efforts and support general fundraising.

Key responsibilities will be:

  • Implementing programme of applications to grant giving military and civilian trusts, foundations and charities
  • Manage the strategy for identifying and getting to know major benefactors and introducing them to the charity
  • Contribute to and implement a strategy for all fundraising activity
  • Work with the Fundraising Coordinator to meet the NFA’s income needs.
  • Represent the NFA at events, including Royal events

As a small team helping a great many beneficiaries each year The Not Forgotten Association is looking for someone who understands the importance of our work has complete empathy with it and wants to make a difference.  The successful candidate is someone who can match the job description and demonstrate a proven track record as a grant writer but who now is looking for a new and exciting challenge.

Expressions of interest should be made to chiefexecutive@nfassociation.org by 21 Feb 18.

A full job description can be found here – http://bit.ly/2C8tfYH

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