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Grants and Programme Senior Officer

Employer
CHM
Location
London EC1Y, flexible homeworking arrangements
Salary
£30k – £32k per annum
Closing date
29 Dec 2021
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Job Title: Grants and Programme Senior Officer
Time Commitment:
Full Time – Permanent (Part time options available)
Based at: London, EC1Y office, Flexible home working arrangements
Reporting to: Growing Talent Programme Lead
Salary: £30k – £32k per annum

This organisation is the first major charity funding mental health research. By connecting scientists with supporters, together they strive to understand mental health, improve treatments and prevent mental illness.

Our client champions and funds world-class research to transform the lives of everyone affected by mental illness.  By connecting scientists with supporters, together they strive to understand mental health, improve treatments and prevent mental illness. Having recently launched a new 5-year strategy, the charity is at a critical point in its development.

The right person will be passionate about tackling mental health, and driven to ensure that all projects happen to the highest possible standards. The role is a key position within the organisation, acting as the primary contact for grant applicants with a focus on managing grants process and communications particularly within the flagship Fellowships programme and as a project manager within their national Datamind project

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support new research initiatives as a project manager working in collaboration with consortium partners to ensure high quality execution and disseminated learning
  • Provide day-to-day support for this charity’s research portfolio and support the Research team in delivering their grant-making programmes to set timelines and standards.
  • Develop guidance for applicants, application forms and review forms, to create a seamless process for applicants and reviewers.
  • Identify and communicate with expert reviewers to ensure peer review is delivered to best practice standards.
  • Serve as a liaison between the organisation and the Applicants
  • Support the ongoing development of the charity's grants-management software, making it an ongoing resource for future grant rounds, as well as for regular reporting and financial management of current grants.
  • Respond to enquiries about their Research grant programmes.
  • Updating colleagues within the charity on the progress of grants, and updating them on recent research findings.

The post holder will also

  • Contribute to achieving the overall objectives of the charity and participate in the development of its new organisational strategy.
  • Provide other support to the Research team and the organisation as required

Registration of Interest: 

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Please note:
You are not applying at this stage even though you may be asked to upload a CV. Please disregard any automated email correspondence from the job board itself.

This charity is committed to providing equal opportunities for all.

No agencies please.

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