Vacancies

You can view current vacancies at Justice Together below. Please join our mailing list or follow us on Twitter (@justice_tog) to hear about future opportunities.

Grants Manager – Justice Together Initiative

£45,000

Full-time, permanent (flexibility considered)

Closing date: Monday 4 October 2021, 5pm

This is an exciting role, which offers the opportunity to work with colleagues on a new programme that meets an urgent and changing need. The post-holder will be responsible for ensuring that the process for grant applications and assessment runs smoothly. They will work with the Head of the Initiative to understand the national and local context for immigration advice in the regions and nations of the UK, proactively identify potential applicants and build relationships of trust with grant partners and other key stakeholders.

The successful candidate will have a passion for the values of equity and justice, and will be able to demonstrate a personal style that fosters collaboration and trust. They will have experience of managing grants or projects, developing and managing relationships with stakeholders and an understanding of the UK immigration system and/or advice sector. They do not need previous experience of working for a funder in a grant-making role.

How to apply:

The application process involves sending a CV and supporting statement. Read the full job description and instructions on how to apply on our recruitment partner NFP’s website here.

Interview dates:

Friday 15 October 2021 (first round over Zoom)

Thursday 21 October 2021 (second round face-to-face in London)

Grants Officer (maternity cover) – The Legal Education Foundation, seconded to Justice Together Initiative

£30,000 – £35,000

Maternity Cover, full-time, nine months initial contract (flexibility considered)

Closing date: Monday 27 September 2021, 10am

The Grants Officer is an important role, part of a small collaborative grants team delivering The Legal Education Foundation‘s 5-year strategy to 2025 and the Justice Together initiative. Our priority is to develop stronger relationships with our grantees, which will enable us to better support them and to learn more from what we fund. There are opportunities to shape the job by leading on areas of particular interest within the grants portfolio.

This Grants Officer role is one of three at the Foundation. The post-holder will work approximately two days a week on Justice Together, alongside colleagues in that team.

People with lived experience of social welfare legal issues are underrepresented in our organisation, so we are actively recruiting and prioritising candidates who bring this understanding alongside other skills and expertise. (We do not expect people to describe their personal experience at any stage during this recruitment process or during their work at the Foundation.)

How to apply:

The application process involves sending a CV and supporting statement. Read the full job description and instructions on how to apply on our recruitment partner NFP’s website here.

Interview dates:

Friday 8 October 2021 (over Zoom)