Up to £25000.00 per annum
about 3 years ago
A registered charity supporting young people to thrive to their full potential across London and the South of England.
The charity focuses on ensuring young people have access to services and support to help develop their lives through various support methods.
An opportunity has opened for a Programme Officer to join their close knit team - this will be ideally suited to someone who has gained entry level experience in the charity sector and is now looking to step into their next challenge.
Your new role
As Programme Officer, will see you being a first point of contact for grant applicants.
You can expect to be providing adhoc admin support utilising existing systems and databases.
Part of your role will be assessing applications and providing recommendations to your team.
You will manage a small portfolio of charity partnerships.
You have the opportunity to assist with the co-ordination of key stakeholder relationships.
Providing research support, report work and event assistance will also form part of your responsibilities.
What you can expect
You will be working for a successful charity who pride themselves on their employees and making a difference to Young People in society.
You will be based in the Surrey office, becoming an integral part of a tight unit within a great team environment.
You will be offered a salary of £25,000, alongside other internal staff perks.
What you will need to succeed
Your experience in a similar role within the Charitable sector will drive your success.
Be a highly organised individual who is able to prioritise successfully.
Outstanding attention to detail.
Strong IT skills, particularly Microsoft Office packages.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to present information in a clear, concise and accessible manner.
Strong analytical skills and numeracy skills.
What to do now
To apply for this role, please email your CV to our Office & Specialist Support Team quoting the reference number 64700DW. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.