Job Title: Grants Officer   

Working Hours: - Full-time: 37.5 hours per week. (part- time working offered by agreement)  

Deadline: Monday 22 August 2022 

Salary: £24,000- £28,000 per annum 

Location: Leeds 

 

Do you want to work for a Charity that offers flexible working, training and development and a culture that is committed to the health and wellbeing of its employees?  Do you consider yourself to be organised with a great attention to detail? If so, then we have the perfect job for you.  

 

Leeds Hospitals Charity 

Leeds Hospitals Charity is proud to support Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. At Leeds Hospitals Charity, we work with NHS staff to improve the experience of patients and families. We are passionate about healthcare and about making our hospitals amazing.    

 

People are central to everything we do at the Charity.  Our home city of Leeds is multicultural, and we embrace its diversity. Difference is to be celebrated, it inspires innovation and makes us stronger. For us equality, diversity, and inclusion are fundamental principles. They underpin our goal to support the communities of the hospitals in Leeds. 

The Role 

Reporting to the Head of Grants, the Grants Officer will support the implementation of an effective grant distribution system, ensuring funding is awarded to the highest quality project that have the most impact for patients, hospital staff and other beneficiaries of Leeds Hospitals Charity. The person will:   

  • Ensure the timely processing and due diligence of applications for funding received by Leeds Hospitals Charity. 
  • Support the smooth operation of Review Groups, Committees and Board meetings including the preparation of application information and any actions as appropriate.  
  • Maintain up to date and accurate records within the funding application management system including undertaking regular review and data cleansing exercises. 
  • Implement research management processes including the collation of peer review and supporting the preparation of documentation for the Scientific Advisory Panel. 

 

The successful candidate will:  

  • Have excellent attention to detail and organisational skills.  
  • Be proficient in Microsoft Office Packages.  
  • Have proven administrative experience.  
  • Have strong interpersonal and relationship building skills and enjoy interacting with others. 
  • Have proven professional experience gained from relevant work experience. 

 

Benefits:  

  • 27 days holiday a year (not including bank holidays) with the option to buy additional holiday 
  • Flexible and Hybrid Working 
  • Unlimited access to our online Learning & Development Portal 
  • Line Management Training Programme  
  • Pension scheme- 5% employer contribution 
  • Annual pay review 
  • Health & Wellbeing support including: 
  • access to an Employee Assistance Programmes and trained Mental Health First Aiders 
  • one year free gym membership    
  • Life Insurance Protection  
  • Cyclescheme 
  • Car Lease Scheme 
  • NHS Blue Light Card and Discounts  

 

Job Description

As a Disability Confident Employer we commit to offering all applicants who consider themselves to have a disability an interview if they demonstrate they possess the essential skills and experience required for the role. Please advise on your covering letter if you consider yourself to have a disability.    

 

 

To apply for this position, please send a copy of your up-to-date CV to [email protected]

 

Closing date for application submission is Monday 22 August 2022. 

 

Interviews to take place w/c 5 September 2022.  

 

Thank you for taking the time to apply for our position. We appreciate your interest in Leeds Hospitals Charity. If your application is selected to continue in the interview process, a member of our HR Team will be in contact with you before the scheduled interview date.