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Paul Hamlyn Foundation: Grants Assistant

Deadline: 20 Jul 2015

Salary: £25k-30k

Role: Grants Assistant

Company: Paul Hamlyn Foundation



Paul Hamlyn Foundation are recruiting for Grants Assistant

You will provide administrative support to a team of grant-makers that comprises a Senior Grants Manager and Grants Managers, as well as some PA support to the Senior Grants Manager

You will work with colleagues to build and support relationships with a diverse network of individuals and organisations, supporting assessments and recommendations about funding. By assisting organisations through the grant making-process and through the life time of their grant, you will help them to achieve their own growth and development objectives – and in doing so, you will also help the Foundation achieve its strategic priorities.

You will be expected to work in a small and fully interconnected structure that relies on collaboration, flexibility and the ability to operate within both formal and informal reporting relationships.

You will be someone who wants to make a difference and enjoys multi-tasking in a busy environment. With excellent communication skills, you will be able to build working relationships with a range of stakeholders. You will be confident when faced with challenge, as well as resourceful and creative when problem-solving. Personal commitment to learning and improvement is essential.

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The deadline for applications is noon (12 pm) on Monday 20th July 2015

Interviews will be held at the Paul Hamlyn Foundation (London, WC1X 9HY) on Thursday 30th July.

Paul Hamlyn Foundation is an independent grant-making foundation, with a mission to help people overcome disadvantage and lack of opportunity, so that they can realise their potential and enjoy fulfilling and creative lives. The Foundation supports charitable activity in the areas of arts, education and learning and social justice across the UK.