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CLOSED: Grants Manager, Tudor Trust



About Tudor

The Tudor Trust is an independent grant-making charitable trust which supports organisations working to address the many different needs of people at the margins of society. The Trust does not focus its funding on specific themes or programmes but instead aims to support a wide range of people and organisations working to achieve lasting change in their communities.


About Tudor’s grants

Tudor is interested in funding smaller, under-resourced organisations which offer direct services. We think that these groups have the knowledge and experience to identify problems and develop solutions which meet the real needs of the people they work with. We encourage them to apply for what they really want via a straightforward first-stage application. Then we work closely with them to develop a more detailed application.


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Tudor’s grants managers come from a variety of backgrounds and have a wide range of experience and skills. It is a supportive team, in which everyone is committed both to sharing their knowledge and learning from each other. This means that although some candidates may have grant making experience already, we are also happy to consider applications from people with the potential to be a grants manager, particularly if they have real experience of working for social change. We are looking for energy and vision and, quite possibly, for someone with a live connection to the kind of groups we are interested in funding.

We therefore welcome and encourage applications from anyone with relevant experience, particularly if you have:

  • Experience in a relevant role and an understanding of smaller voluntary/community sector organisations, or of groups working for social change
  • An ability to produce clear, concise and insightful information
  • Experience of building supportive relationships with a range of groups or individuals
  • An aptitude for working alongside people from marginalised communities and different cultures
  • Emotional intelligence and excellent listening skills

To apply, download an information pack from this link.

Deadline: 20 September at 10.00am