• Investment Manager United Kingdom
  • Four Day Week in United Kingdom, , United Kingdom
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  • 4 weeks ago

jobs description

A UK based charity is currently recruiting for a part time, working 21 hours per week, Investment Manager on a fixed term contract (12 months maternity cover) based in any of the offices in the North – Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle (Hybrid Working).

The primary purpose of this post is to work as part of the Investment Team to deliver investment activity across the North, including: providing advice and guidance to applicants; assessing and monitoring a wide range of applications/projects; post completion work; participating in outreach activities; supporting the delivery of the North team plan; and contributing to the wider work of the Area team.

Technical knowledge

• Knowledge of the issues involved in grant-giving.

• Demonstrable understanding of and enthusiasm for the heritage and/or voluntary sectors.

• Proven relevant work experience preferably in grant giving or related field, for example charity administration.

• Good standard of numeracy and the ability to interpret... complex numerical and written data including financial information and business plans.

Organisational skills

• An organised approach to work with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail.

• Ability to prioritise a variety of tasks and deliver work to agreed deadlines within a busy environment.


• Clear and concise report writing skills and collating/summarising information and statistics.

• Able to deal in a helpful and professional way with a wide range of people.

• Ability to provide clear and objective advice and guidance to a wide range of applicants and grantees.

• Good communication skills including the ability to present complex information clearly and concisely in oral and written form. Effective presentation skills.


• An active constructive contributor to the team.

• Ability to adapt to change well, and to work flexibly with creativity and imagination.

Valuing Diversity and Inclusion

• An understanding of the issues involved in equal opportunities and inclusion, supporting the organisation’s corporate objective to enhance diversity in grant giving, governance and the work force.

IT Skills

• Competent IT skills including good working knowledge of Microsoft Office, Excel/spreadsheets and the use of databases.

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