Charity Development Officer Hours: full time, 37.5 per week Salary: £21,000 to £23,000 About the role Minstead Trust is a growing charity that provides training and support for people with learning disabilities to lead more independent and fulfilled lives. We run a number of social enterprises providing training and employment opportunities as well as a residential care home, day opportunities and support for people to live in their own home. We have an exciting opportunity to join our Development Team based near Lyndhurst, Hampshire. As part of developing the range of services to the people we support, we are looking for someone to join our team to help us develop outline ideas into concrete proposals for which we are able to seek grant funding. Once successful in getting funding, your role will be to oversee the project from inception to delivery and ensure a smooth handover to the lead within the Trust. You will use project management techniques to ensure that the projects are well-managed, risks are assessed and are managed to time. You will develop systems to monitor progress and ensure that it meets the grant funding criteria, providing written and aural reports on what the project has achieved. The Charity Development Officer reports directly to the Director of Development. You will support them to achieve the vision of the organisation. You will play a key role in coordinating the development of those ideas, working closely with the relevant Service Managers, Fundraising, Finance and Facilities Teams. This role might be for you if: You are looking for a Charity Development Officer role, are bright, flexible and enthusiastic and keen to help us achieve success in our development. You have experience in working in a strategic coordinator or administrative role in an organisation where you have brought different teams together to achieve a shared outcome You have a natural ability to multitask and enjoy seizing opportunities as they arise and making things happen You are a problem solver You are well organised with excellent time management skills and pride yourself in being meticulous with detail, in order to be effective and streamlined in what you do. You are able to engage with multiple teams in a positive way. You are aware of what’s happening across the organisation and how each project affects each area Read the full job description and person specification. Apply by emailing your C.V. to [email protected] Deadline: 2 August 2019 Due to the nature of this employment sector, your application is subject to a successful Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service Check (DBS, formerly CRB).