Date Added: 31 October 2017
: 29 November 2017
Job Title: Programmes Officer
Working For: UK Community Foundations
Salary: £22,000 - £26,000
REPORTS TO: Senior Programmes Manager.
- Agree with the Programme Manager the projects, activities and events required to ensure the programme targets are delivered on time and in budget.
- Co-ordinate the development and delivery of all projects, activities and events required to deliver the overall programme targets.
- Develop and maintain quality relationships with delivery partners, including members and funders.
- Working closely with the Communications team to publicise programmes.
- Writing, editing and co-ordinating content of internal and external publications, producing both web and print based communications, especially in the area of programme delivery and impact.
- Refining and developing existing content so that it is engaging, accessible and has high visibility in search engines.
- Use database to manage contracts, review expenditure, track monitoring and draw data.
- Analyse quantitative and qualitative programme data and create high quality reports for funders and internal teams.
- Ability to provide appropriate advice, guidance and support for grant applicants, members or funders, or refer to the Programmes Manager when necessary.
- Capture good practice and learning from grant recipients, members and funders.
- Support the ongoing development work of our network.
- Identify opportunities to refine and improve our programmes and to help embed digital skills and approaches into the organisation.
For full details visit: https://www.ukcommunityfoundations.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/UK-Community-Foundations-Programmes-Officer-job-description.pdf.
Closing Date: 29 November 2017
Interviews 4th and 5th of December.
Please read the role profile and send your CV and covering letter to email@example.com.
Your covering letter (no more than 2 pages) should address the points found in the skills, knowledge and experience section, and what you would bring to the role.