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Officer, Grant Process Design
Salary: £27,668 with excellent benefits
Contract: Permanent, working 35 hours per week
Location: Manchester Office
The Arts Council England is looking for a full-time Officer, Grant Process Design, to join our Project Funding team. You will play a vital role in the development of Project Grants and support the design and implementation of development funds and solicited grants.
Your day-to-day responsibilities in this flexible grant processing role would include:
- Supporting the Senior Officer, Grant Process Design in developing and improving our grant processes
- Coordinating grant process between national and area offices.
- Providing responsive, ad-hoc advice on grant-making queries for staff across the organisation
- Promoting diversity in all aspects of the organisation’s objectives and activities
As Grant Process Design Officer, you should be able to understand complex business processes and their interdependencies and the impact of these on delivering systems changes, enhancements, and developments. Advanced IT skills, the ability to use grant management systems, and excellent communication skills are a must.
If you would like to discuss the role, please contact Kelly Parish, Senior Officer, Grant Process Design – Kelly.Parish@artscouncil.org.uk
Arts Council England’s commitment to diversity and equality is a long-standing one. If this Officer, Grant Process Design job sounds like a good fit for you, please apply with the Arts Council England today.
Disabled, deaf and neuro-divergent people and those from Black, Asian and ethnically diverse backgrounds are under-represented in our workforce, so we particularly encourage applications from those in these groups.
Post Ref: IC20
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Close date: Midnight, Thursday 6 May 2021
Interview date: Week commencing 17 May 2021.