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Strathmore Community Rugby Trust currently has the following opportunities available:

Require part-time Grant Funding Officer

 

Post: Grant Funding Officer (we will also consider applications from self-employed consultants)

Hours: 2 days per week (15 hours) for employed position

Salary: £30,000 per annum FTE (£12,000/annum) for employed position. Negotiable for consultants.

Base: The Trust is based at Strathmore Rugby Club in Forfar and adopts a hybrid working model.

Founded in June 2017 and based in Forfar, Angus, the purpose of Strathmore Community Rugby Trust (The Trust) is the advancement of participation in rugby union and rugby league. We achieve this through our community rugby projects which include a Rugby Academy for secondary school pupils, Walking Rugby for the less able, an inclusive rugby team for adults with learning disabilities and Autism-Friendly Rugby for primary age children with Autism.  Each project is designed to meet our vision of ‘Developing People Through Rugby.’

Strathmore Community Rugby Trust has an opportunity for a part-time grant funding officer or self-employed consultant to join our team and wish to invite qualified and experienced individuals to submit an application.

You will be a self-motivated and proactive team player who will lead on the development of our approach to fundraising through trusts and foundations. You will identify new opportunities, submit grant funding proposals, and develop ongoing engagement to maintain and increase our income from grant funders. 

The successful applicant will have the ability to demonstrate the benefit of our projects to a range of potential
funders using practical examples of the impact we can have on individuals, backed up by data and statistics. An understanding of the additional needs of marginalised groups, in particular people with learning disabilities, and the power sport (in particular rugby) has to enhance people’s lives is essential.

A full job description is available below along with the application form. 

GFO Job Description Final

GFO Application Form

If you wish to be considered for the position please complete and return the application form to Maggie Lawrie, Community Trust Manager via coordinator@strathmoretrust.co.uk.   Any queries regarding the role should also be submitted to the Community Trust Manager.

Closing Date: Wednesday 12th June 2024 

Equality

Strathmore Community Rugby Trust endorses the principle of sports equality and will endeavour through our policies, procedures, actions, and decision-making to ensure that no person (employee, volunteer, or participant) who is part of Strathmore Community Rugby Trust or who comes into contact with Strathmore Community Rugby Trust, receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of race, gender, disability, sexual orientation, religion, age or social background. Strathmore Community Rugby Trust encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates irrespective of their gender, ethnicity, religion, belief, or sexual orientation.

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