DanceSyndrome has a unique job opportunity for an experienced Fundraising and Grants Project Manager to join our close-knit team. This is a part-time role (16 hours per week) based in the North-West with flexibility for both office and home working.
The Fundraising and Grants Project Manager will join the Managing Director, Artistic Director and Project Co-ordinator to lead and manage all our Grant & Trust fundraising and oversee the delivery and execution of all externally funded projects including all report writing. We are looking for an accomplished fundraiser with a successful track record of identifying and securing grant & trust funding, experience of wider income generation and completing funder reports.
DanceSyndrome, a charity since 2013 has established itself as the leader of inclusive dance in the North-West and is considered to be one of its kind with its ‘unique selling point’ of dancers with learning disabilities at the forefront of all activities and who feed into all our work from being represented on our Board of Trustees to workshop delivery, choreography, and performances.
This is a really exciting time for our charity with a recently appointed new Managing Director on-board and the creation of an Artistic Director role who together make up the senior management team. In April 2022, we will be launching our new strategy: Vision 2025 with three key strands:
The DanceSyndrome family is filled with passionate and motivated people. We are keen to hear from applicants who identify as Black, Asian, or Minority Ethnic, LGBTQIA+ and those with a disability. You do not need specific experience of dancing or working previously with people with learning disabilities, we are looking for people who believe in what we do and want to support DanceSyndrome to grow its impact and to help create a fairer, more inclusive and equitable society for everyone.
To Express An Interest In Applying:
To apply for the role, please send a CV and covering letter to the Managing Director, Julie Nicholson on firstname.lastname@example.org with “Job Application” as the email subject.
If you would like an informal chat about the role, Julie can be contacted by phone on 07887 931510
The closing date for applications is 12pm on Monday 4th April.
There will be a two-stage formal application process.
Firt-round interviews will take place on Wednesday 20th and Thursday 21st April.