Grant Funding Administrator.

By Posted in - on June 30th, 2022

 Cultural organisation, London, Temporary

Our client is a leading organisation in the cultural and arts world, providing entertainment, and funding for up-and-coming-creatives, requires a Fund Administrator to start in July. This is a temp role up until end of October 2022. The role will provide department support, dealing with time- sensitive projects and complex processes.

Main duties of this Fund Administrator role will include:

Working on the grants management system processing applications for signoff
Receives, logs and checks the completeness of all applications and related materials
Assists the coordinator with preparation and monitoring of contracts for awardees
Ensuring that all reporting requirements are adhered to
Works across teams to ensure consistency with system management and processes
Communicates with grant recipients to ensure that claims for funding are submitted
Helps to administer application schemes, answer queries and supply standard advice
Responsible for financial processing for the department, ensuring payments across funds and general activity are tracked, coded and monitored effectively
Checks the accuracy of invoices and other relevant materials on receipt
Supports departmental & external meetings, including timetabling, ensuring provision of relevant technology and/or catering, minuting and distributing information to internal and external colleagues and partners timetable, prepare and minute partner planning and review meetings & produces minutes of decision-making during application review meetings
Track and report on departmental activity, applications and the application process
Maintains a database of stakeholders, to disseminate information and opportunities
Provides administrative support to the team, including organising travel and accommodation bookings across the team and providing diary support

Skills and Requirements

Minimum GCSE or equivalent Maths and English qualification
Proven administrative skills and experience of team working effectively in a busy environment
Proven experience & understanding of using database system and/or financial tracking
Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail with the proven ability to meet deadlines and targets whilst working in a busy environment
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to deal

supportively and effectively with a wide range of colleagues and stakeholders

An ability to deal with a wide range and level of enquiries with tact and diplomacy
Computer literate with a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office;
Proven experience working managing big editorial projects
Editorial experience
A proven track record of working as a supportive team member

This is a great opportunity to work within a high profile organisation!

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Due to the large number of applications that we receive, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Val Wade Recruitment are actively looking for applicants from underrepresented communities and pride ourselves as an equal opportunities’ employer and agency

Job Information

Job Reference:
Salary: £12.50 -£13.30 per hour
Salary From: £0
Salary To: £0
Job Industries: Arts and Culture
Job Locations: City of London
Job Types: Temporary

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