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As our Grants Officer you will play an important role in carefully assessing grant applications and carrying out due diligence checks.  Your recommendations to our grants panels will be crucial in ensuring our grants reach the grassroot organisations here that are so vital in supporting our communities.

This is a great role for a person with a strong commitment to the role and value of local community support; someone who has excellent written communication skills and wants to use their talent to ensure our grant programmes make a big difference.

Highlights of the role:

  • Permanent Full Time Contract: 35 hrs per week

  • Salary: circa. £28,000 per annum.

  • 25 days annual leave, plus all public holidays, and 3 extra days between Christmas and New Year

  • Employee benefit scheme

  • 5% employer contribution to optional Stakeholder Pension Fund.

If you think this role is for you please first read the full recruitment pack by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page, and then send all the following information in order to apply and be considered for interview:

  • A covering letter stating why you’re the right person for this role and the ways in which you meet the essential and desirable criteria (max. 2 sides of A4)

  • A completed Quartet job application form which includes your basic details

  • An up-to-date CV (max. 2 sides of A4)

  • A completed anonymous Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form (this is voluntary)

to: referencing ‘Grants Officer Application’ in the subject line of your email.

Closing date: 12 noon Thursday 18 April 2024

In-Person Interview date: Monday 29th April 2024

Please note: No agencies. Applications which do not meet the requirements stated above will not be considered.

Please see the Quartet Community Foundation website for more details.

Grants Officer


£28,000 per annum


35 hrs per week

Contract Type:

Full time



Close Date:

Thursday, 18 April 2024

Email Contact:

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