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Bids/Grants Administrator

Bids/Grants Administrator

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    Fundraising Support

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  • Salary:

    £25k - 35k per year

  • Contact:

    OS Perm Team

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  • Published:

    about 4 years ago

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TPP are working with an innovative and entrepreneurial not for profit that are recruiting for a talented individual to support their dynamic team as their CR&D UK/EU Administrator.

You will be supporting the Business Development and Operation Teams in developing, monitoring and securing Collaborative Research and Development (CR&D) and other funding opportunities.
You will also support a clear and smooth transition from bid identification to project delivery.

The key responsibilities for this role include:

Identify, update and communicate a pipeline of funding opportunities from UK and EU, and work with the UK/EU CR&D team to prioritise our response to them.
Attend funding opportunities briefings/webinars and provide analysis and recommendations to the team
Establish project methodologies and support the wider team?s engagement in funding opportunities, by developing bidding templates and processes, and a bidding toolkit.
Use their CRM (Salesforce) to record and maintain contacts and opportunity details, and record submitted bid documents

The successful applicant will have the following skills and experience:

Proven ability to support the administration of funding (including EU proposals but experience in other proposal application processes also welcome).
Supported the administrative procedures in relevant successful bid submissions and project support.
Experience in supporting narrative and financial project reporting requirements and deliverables.
Experience with databases or CRM systems (ideally Salesforce) to support business development internal tracking processes and reporting to funders.
Ability to effectively communicate and articulate, both verbally and in writing, in English and, desirably, one other major European language

Previous involvement in administration of UK/EU proposals and projects related to urban development, energy, transport, ICT and citizens is an asset.

If you have the relevant experience and have a keen interest in urban/built environment then please apply.

We value diversity at TPP and welcome applications from all sections of the community.