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Grants Officer

We are looking for a full-time Grants Officer who is passionate about international development and wants to play an important role in BRAC’s global mission to create opportunities for the World’s poor.  

The purpose of the role is to support the BRAC UK programmes team by providing grant management of BRAC UK projects in coordination with in-country Project Managers in Uganda, Tanzania, Nepal, Bangladesh and as the portfolio grows in Myanmar, South Sudan, Sierra Leone and Liberia.

You will be responsible for sustaining high quality grant management and reporting, by ensuring that internal information on all our projects is up to date and accurate, enabling the provision of timely information to donors and partners.  

This is an exciting opportunity which combines working at one of the largest and most respected INGO’s in the World, focusing on the foremost development challenges of today, with the flexibility of being part of a dynamic, small team in London. The role also offers considerable scope for personal and professional growth and international travel as well as the opportunity to grow into the management of projects.

The ideal candidate will be keen to build your career in international development and demonstrate outstanding organisational, report writing and project management skills. You will have experience working with a range of small and large donors and are excited about working with a diverse range of donors and partners including DFID, DFAT, Big Lottery Fund, Comic Relief, Danida and trusts, foundations and private sector funders.

Download our candidate pack to find out more.

How to Apply

Send your CV and a covering letter outlining how you meet the requirements of the role in no more than 2 pages to (please put Grants Officer in the subject line).

Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. If you have not heard from us within 3 weeks of submitting your application then you have not been selected. Closing date is Monday the 30th of September 2019, however suitable applicants may be contacted and interviewed during the application period.

Safeguarding – BRAC UK takes its safeguarding responsibilities seriously, and has a range of policies to support effective training and reporting to protect people, particularly children, at risk adults and beneficiaries of assistance, from any harm that may be caused due to their coming into contact with BRAC UK.

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