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2 x Grant Advisors (Comic Relief Fund) – (35 hours & 21 hours per week)
Salary in the range of £28,987 – £32,536 pa pro-rata (dependent on experience)
Based in Edinburgh
Corra Foundation is delighted to be Comic Relief’s intermediary funding partner in Scotland. This will involve Corra delivering a grant-making programme for small grassroots organisations which are actively working on issues that sit within Comic Relief’s strategic themes of:
- Children Survive & Thrive
- Fighting for Gender Justice
- A Safe Place to Be
- Global Mental Health Matters
We are looking for two people to work on the programme as Grant Advisors, providing excellent information and advice to potential applicants in addition to carrying out fair and thorough assessments of funding applications. The successful post holders will have a working knowledge of the voluntary sector and hands-on experience of assessing funding applications. We will expect you to have a commitment to supporting small charities and communities and for you to be open to testing new ways of grant making.
Both roles offer an exciting opportunity for people who share Corra Foundation’s vision and want the chance to contribute to real change in Scotland.
Closing date for applications is 5pm on 6th May 2019. Interviews are scheduled to be held on 16th May 2019 in Edinburgh. Applications to be sent to email@example.com
Grant Advisor – (28 hours per week)
Salary in the range of £28,987 – £35,197 pa pro-rata (dependent on experience)
Based in Edinburgh
Corra Foundation delivers grant-making programmes which support a range of organisations working to improve the quality of life for people across Scotland and beyond. We deliver our own grant programmes as well as delivering on behalf of others, such as the Scottish Government.
We are looking for a Grant Advisor to join us and be part of our team providing excellent support to potential applicants from their first contact with Corra through to the assessment of applications and the monitoring of grants.
The successful post holder will have a working knowledge of the voluntary sector and hands-on experience of assessing funding applications. Grant Advisors also provide organisations with capacity building support and so applicants should have the ability to work closely with organisations in order to develop their skills around monitoring and evaluation methods, financial planning, funding strategies, etc.
The role offers an exciting opportunity for someone who shares Corra Foundation’s vision and wants the chance to contribute to real change in Scotland
Closing date for applications is 5pm on 6th May 2019. Interviews are scheduled to be held on 22nd May 2019 in Edinburgh. Applications to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Corra Foundation is committed to its staff and offers a range of benefits. It is an accredited Living Wage employer and has achieved the bronze award as part of the Healthy Working Lives Award.