You will be joining an award-winning regeneration charity in London making a real difference to the environment and people’s lives. Sounds a bold statement, right? Its true. The project you are working on reaches out to Londoners who are vulnerable and are at risk of being impacted by the increasing energy costs. This covers advice on accessing grants, switching energy suppliers, assessing damp and mould, and reviewing insultation.
You will work as a team of 2. The Team Manager looks after the on the ground staff, who are out visiting homes. And you will be responsible for managing the key partners who provide the funding for the project. A funder could be a local authority, the GLA, ESF or a housing association. Each funder has an expectation for what they want achieved with the grants or funding. Usually this is around number of homes visited, impact made, or energy costs saved as an example. You will be responsible for reporting on progress and managing these relationships.
You will be comfortable with numbers as you will be manipulating large data sets, producing financial claims, and monitoring reports. So previous experience of this is very useful (not essential if you have a good base line background, as they have a finance team who can also support).
At the moment there is no headcount, but its like you will add 1 – 2 people to the team in a short space of time.
You must have previously worked in a role where you have managed / been responsible to funders (similar to those mentioned above) / creating reports on performance.
Please apply via this advert – everyone gets a response. If you would like to find out more, feel free to call the office and ask for James (number on the Red 5 People website). You might have previosuly worked as a Contract Manager, Partnership Manager, Bid Writer, Grants Manager, Fundraising Manager or perhaps a Compliance Officer oe Quality Assurance Manager on a similar funded programme such as AEB, ESFA or ESF.
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