Vacancy: Charity Operations Manager

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Salary: £35,090 – £39,680 per annum (plus MFS)

 

City Bridge Trust are looking for an outstanding and professional individual who can lead the operational systems that underpin our charity. Our vision is for London to be a city where everyone can thrive, especially those experiencing disadvantage and marginalisation.  This is an exciting opportunity to join our team and help shape our systems and processes to ensure that people’s interactions with us, especially applicants to the Trust, are the best they can be.

With awards of around £20million being made each year, you will be a central part of our work. Leading a team of Funding Officers, you’ll deliver a seamless business support function, managing public enquiries and administration linked to the Trust’s grant-making activity.

Ensuring that everything you do is in line with GDPR and all charitable governance requirements, you’ll develop and maintain the processes and procedures related to the administration side of our charitable and philanthropic work. Above all else, you’ll help us deliver a quality level of support to all those that engage with the Trust.

As a team-player with plenty of enthusiasm, your communication skills will be exceptional. On a practical level, you’ll have experience of managing charity operations and be able to demonstrate leadership qualities that support the work of the Trust and your team.

 

Salary £35,090 – £39,680 including London weighting per annum plus Market Forces Supplement up to £6,320 per annum depending on experience.

 

Closing Date 12 Noon on Monday 13th January 2020

Please see the Job Information Pack.

To apply online click here.

 

Alternatively, please contact 020 7332 3978 (24hr answerphone) quoting reference number TC764 if you experience any problem. A minicom service for the hearing impaired is available on 020 7332 3732.

The City of London Corporation is committed to Equal Opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

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