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Last updated October 2017

Care Workers Charity - Grants Coordinator

The Care Workers Charity is recruiting for a Grants Coordinator. The charity supports the basic welfare of current, former and retired care workers. Support is offered in the form of hardship grants, and online information and advice.

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Job Details

Job TitleGrants Coordinator
OrganisationThe Care Workers Charity
Salary£18,000 - £24,000 per annum (depending on experience) Full time + benefits
LocationWimbledon, London
Job DescriptionThe Care Workers Charity supports the basic welfare of current, former and retired care workers. Support is offered in the form of hardship grants, and online information and advice. Your role will be pivotal to the growth and success of the charity. You will own the charity’s grant giving function. When queries and applications are made to the charity you will respond and process accordingly. You will keep track of all queries and applications on the database, use our criteria to qualify or disqualify applications, and follow up with approved applicants for case studies and reporting. The role will allow you to develop your skills and experience in a key decision-making post, for a small charity in an exciting stage of its development.
ApplicationFurther details of this exciting opportunity can be found in the attached job description. Please send your CV with a covering letter to: alex@thecareworkerscharity.org.uk
Contact DetailsIf you would like to discuss this opportunity in more detail before applying please contact alex@thecareworkerscharity.org.uk - www.thecareworkerscharity.org.uk
Closing Date29th October 2017

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