£27,050 - 35,000 per year
020 7820 7331
about 1 month ago
Harris Hill are working exclusively with a brilliant environmental and sustainability organisation to help them recruit for a new Development Coordinator. This role will sit within the dynamic and busy Development department and work closely with the Development Manager. The main thrust of the role is supporting the Manager in researching, preparing, and submitting high quality bids and grant requests.
The Development Coordinator will be developing and writing bids for tendered contracts, statutory bodies, charitable and corporate sources, as well as charitable trusts. The role will also be working on project delivery and development too and there is often some cross over with the Policy and Comms team too. The team are fantastic, and this role is perfect for someone who has a background in institutional fundraising/ trusts and foundations.
To be considered for this roles you will to have:
- Demonstrable experience of successful income generation from trusts or companies, Lottery, EU and/or statutory funders, including successful relationship management of existing funders.
- Proven ability to write to a high standard and able to communicate complex issues in a clear, compelling, and concise fashion, both orally and in writing.
- A good understanding of donor care with a proven ability to develop relationships with grant giving bodies and/or commissioners.
If you are keen to learn more or want to have an informal chat about the roles then please contact Hannah at Harris Hill on Hannah.firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on 02078207331.
Pay is £27,000 - £36,000
The hiring manager wants to see applications as they come in so please get in touch ASAP to avoid disappointment.
Harris Hill Charity Recruitment Specialists operates an equal opportunity policy and commits to treating all of our candidates and jobseekers fairly. We welcome and encourage applications from everyone regardless of age, disability, sex, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.