£20,000 (UK-wide) / £22,000 (London)
Placements will take place in leading foundations or trusts across London, Manchester and potentially other UK cities
Hours: Typically 9am – 5pm with some flexibility according to the requirements of your host organisation
Contract: Fixed term, 12 months commencing May 2018
To apply for 2027 you must meet the following eligibility criteria. Please note that we can make exceptions on a case by case basis. If you do not meet the eligibility criteria but believe we should consider your application please email email@example.com or call 020 3620 5252.
Experience: You must have at least 2 years of experience working in the community, for example in a frontline role either in a job or through volunteering. This could be for example, as a teaching assistant, nurse practitioner, social worker, PCSO, community worker etc.
You will also self-identify as being from a working-class community.
Skills: You will have the ability to use basic IT software packages (eg. Microsoft Office or equivalent).
Qualities: There will be a number of grant-giving roles available at various foundations. That said, there are 8 qualities which we believe are core to you succeeding on the programme. Through our selection process you will be assessed against the following criteria:
- Community and customer focus
- Communicate with impact
- Build positive relationships
- Motivated to achieve results
- Innovative and entrepreneurial
- Commitment to personal development
More information about the qualities we look for are available on our website at www.2027.org.uk/for-participants.
Up to £22,000 salaried job where you’ll gain direct experience in a grant-giving role with a leading host foundation or trust.
You’ll undergo an extensive professional development programme led by industry experts. The programme will comprise group and self-directed learning, coaching, mentoring and a supported individual research. The programme will be facilitated by experts across the sector and run by specialist organisations in people development and social change
You’ll develop relationships with like-minded peers and key leaders in foundations and trusts, building your profile and knowledge of the sector.
At the end of the 12-month programme you will have the experience and skills you need to prepare for a decision-making position in a foundation or trust to influence real change in communities
In a grant-giving role, you will manage part of a host organisation’s grant portfolio and work to find fantastic new partners for your host organisation to work with. You’ll keep the trustee board updated on the foundation portfolio, make clear and confident funding recommendations, and analyse foundation performance to identify improvements. You will work with your foundation’s funder, to inspire their employees about the foundation’s work. You will also be responsible for ensuring the foundation meets all relevant legislative and compliance requirements. You will represent the foundation externally and apply learning from outside to your work at the foundation.
Applications open: 13 December 2017 – 1 February 2018