£35k - 40k per year
020 7820 7320
8 months ago
Grants and Projects Manager
The Osteopathic Foundation
Office based/Remote working
35,000 - 40,000 per year (pro rata)
Contract: full time, but part time (3-days per week) will be considered
Function of Role:
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and experienced grants manager to join our ambitious and growing charity, the Osteopathic Foundation (oF), taking authority and responsibility for the provision of skilled grants and project management support to the oF and Institute of Osteopathy (iO).
The Osteopathic Foundation:
The oF is the charitable trust dedicated to advancing osteopathic practice for the benefit of the public through the funding of education and research, promoting productive relationships both within and outside the profession.
The Institute of Osteopathy:
The iO is the professional body within osteopathy. Our mission is to support, unite, promote and develop the profession of osteopathy for the improvement of UK health and patient care. It is the parent organisation and sole corporate trustee of the oF.
The job holder has direct, shared or delegated authority and responsibility for the management of oF grants and a variety of iO projects
The stakeholder groups with which the post holder will be liaising, working and developing productive professional relationships with include the Chair and Board members of the oF, members of the Osteopathic Development Group, osteopaths, osteopathic regional societies, educational establishments, professional research consultants, government and local authorities, the media, sponsors, kindred professions, patient groups, the general public and other organisations in the health sector.
Acquire, maintain and develop knowledge about the context of the oF/iO's work in order to provide active support to the oF. This knowledge will facilitate the post holder to:
Manage oF grants (assessment, monitoring and reporting of grants)
Develop processes to support the issue and management of grants
coordinate funding cycles and application process
Support development of oF fundraising strategy
Support of the charity's strategic development
Developing and maintaining effective relationships with osteopathic and external stakeholders associated with the programmes
Budgetary control, financial planning and reporting
Horizon scanning external developments in policy, practice and research
User feedback audits (i.e. the census, convention etc.)
Application is by CV relevant to the role and a covering letter that identifies (with evidence where possible) how your training, experience and personal attributes will allow you to fulfil the requirements of the job specification.
Salary: 35,000 40,000 FTE (dependent upon experience)
Days: full time, though part time (3-days per week) will be considered.
Closing Date: 5th December 2021