Moorfields Eye Charity is embarking on a new and exciting phase of growth. We are looking to welcome driven and experienced professionals to join us at this exciting time at the charity.
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Do you want to join a dynamic and growing grant funding team? Do you have experience in research funding and now want to broaden your expertise beyond traditional research management? If so, then we have two fantastic grants officer opportunities available within our grants and research team. You will support the entire grant management life cycle, from pre- to post award, of a diverse and expanding portfolio of research and non-research grants. The roles will also be responsible for monitoring the progress of these projects including the evaluation, reporting and communication of outcomes and impact.
Post 1 (full time): As the grants officer in this role you will be responsible for ensuring the charity supports high quality projects, with a particular focus on our response mode research grant programmes. This post will also lead on providing information and ideas for content in the communication of impact and outcomes of charity funded work.
Post 2 (part time): As the grants officer in this role you will be responsible for ensuring the charity supports high quality projects, with a particular focus on our philanthropy supported grants portfolio and work closely with our fundraising teams.
These exciting roles are within the grants and research team who are responsible for ensuring the charity has robust grant making mechanisms to determine best use of charitable funding together with monitoring and evaluating projects and programmes funded by Moorfields Eye Charity. Over the last four years charitable support, through our grant programmes, has supported over 250 projects and initiatives with £14 million in funding.
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The Individual giving manager will lead on the development of Moorfields donor engagement programme with a focus across recruitment, retention and development of income generation within individual giving. The successful candidate will demonstrate a strong understanding of data monitoring and analysis to ensure fundraising opportunities are optimised.
Reporting to the Head of Fundraising and Engagement, the Individual Giving Manager will have proven experience working in direct marketing and in the preparation and management of budgets and as well as excellent organisational and project management skills. The individual giving manager will have line management responsibility for a Fundraising assistant. This role offers an excellent opportunity for an individual looking to make their mark at a pivotal time for this well respected charity.
Please apply for this role through the Prospect-us website.