Grants & Corporate Fundraising Manager

Grants & Corporate Fundraising Manager

Grants & Corporate Fundraising Manager

Job Overview

Widnes, England
Job Type
Full Time
£35,000 - £38,000 Per Year
Date Posted
18 days ago

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Job Description

Defour Partnership is working with Community Integrated Care recruiting for a Grants & Corporate Fundraising Manager.

About The Role

Are you entrepreneurial, passionate about making a difference, and skilled at securing grants and charitable donations? If so, we have an incredible role for you.

Community Integrated Care is one of Britain’s biggest and most successful social care providers. We are recruiting for a Grants and Corporate Fundraising Manager, working within our award-winning Partnerships and Communities Department.

Our charity proudly supports more than 3500 people who have learning disabilities, autism, mental health concerns, dementia, and complex care needs, across England and Scotland. We are dedicated to making the greatest impact possible upon the lives of the people we support and society, by being a leading force for innovation and community development within social care.

You will lead our efforts to change the lives of the people we support through securing grants, corporate donations, and community fundraising with purpose.

This is a genuinely high-impact and strategic role, working for a charity that has been named as the Charity Times ‘Charity of the Year’ and has won many international and national honours for its impact and innovation.

This role focusses on securing funding and resources which can enable to us to deliver innovative programmes that change the lives of the people we support and enhance the services that we deliver. Your work will be varied and exciting – from helping us to secure funding that helps enhance the individual services that we provide through to helping us create innovative programmes that change lives at scale.

About You

You’ll be part of a charity that excels in this field. From working with the Rugby League World Cup 2021 to create the world’s first inclusive volunteering programme at a major event for people who access social care. to partnering with police forces across the UK to tackle hate crime and prejudice, we generate opportunities that have real impact. Your work can span enabling us to access funding to form successful community projects and social enterprises, through to securing sensory equipment for care services, and so much more.

We are looking for someone with great creativity and entrepreneurial instincts, strong bid writing skills, and the ability to design projects and partnerships. Importantly, you will be passionate about our cause and motivated by the role that you will play in changing lives.

You will report into the charity’s Director of Partnerships and Communities. You will fully be supported by a team of specialists within your department, who can help you to shape your ideas and will fully implement and manage the delivery of our grant funded projects and charitable partnerships.

If this sounds like an exciting role for you, we can offer you a great career in an exceptional charity. You will be working for an innovative organisation that has an exciting vision and many exceptional partners. This is a special charity where people can grow personally and professionally and make a real difference every day.

If you have the talents, drive and purpose to be a success in this role, please apply to be part of our incredible charity.

Working for Us

We’re passionate about our people and you'll have the opportunity to develop your skills and knowledge in a friendly and enriching environment. We also offer the following:

Comprehensive induction and commitment to on going learning and development

25 days holiday (plus bank holidays)

Holiday purchase scheme (up to 5 days)

Contributory pension scheme

Access to a free benefits app offering retail discounts, leisure savings and holiday and travel discounts

Employee of the month and other recognition schemes

This role can be home based or operate out of any of our regional offices.

If you are looking for professional satisfaction, and for a role where you can really see the difference your contribution makes to delivering the best lives possible for the people we support - apply today


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