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Philanthropy and Grants Manager

Wirtschaft & Fundraising
Dienstort Birmingham
Dienstverhältnis Vollzeit/ Teilzeit
Veröffentlicht am 30.06.2024

The HALO Trust

Role: Philanthropy & Grants Manager

Salary: £44k – £56k (dependent on experience)

Location: Flexible, candidates can be office based or work remotely. For remote workers, weekly or monthly travel to our Wilton office will be required, depending on candidate location.

Hours: Full-time, 40hrs p/w. Flexible or reduced hours (minimum four days per week) would be considered for the right candidate

Contract: Permanent

Responsible to: Head of Global Grants Partnerships

Key Working Relationships: Global Philanthropy Group, US Philanthropy Team (situated within HALO USA), Global Communication Group, Programme Group, Chief Executive office, Strategy Group

Summary:

The HALO Trust are looking for an experienced and driven Philanthropy and Grants Manager to lead and develop high value relationships with philanthropic donors, with a focus on Trust and Foundations (and potentially corporates).

The Global Philanthropy Team works to secure support for the delivery of vital projects to save lives and protect livelihoods in conflict affected countries around the world, as well as build organisational resilience and support innovative areas of work. HALO’s philanthropic income has grown significantly in recent years, driven by introductions from our network of trustees, ambassadors and advocates and our focus on strategic and transformational partnerships. We are a small team of highly skilled, experienced and driven fundraisers with a collaborative team culture. The team is supported by a Philanthropy Operations Manager, Philanthropy Assistant and Global Philanthropy Research and Insight Lead (who leads on research and due diligence). In 2024 a Head of Philanthropy and Partnerships for the Middle East will join our team to lead relationship development in this key market.

You will join a fast-paced, fluid and entrepreneurial context, responding to opportunities while laying the critical foundations for strategic growth.

While the role is likely to focus on Trusts and Foundations (and potentially corporates) due to our networked approach and the strategic and interconnected nature of our partnerships, supported by networks of advocates, we do not overly separate relationships between Trusts/Foundations, corporates and HNWIs. This provides team members with varied opportunities in terms of the relationships they lead and the high-level stakeholders they work with. From briefing our Chief Executive prior to a meeting with a new potential donor for Ukraine, to engaging existing partners in the potential expansion of work in the Middle East, you will play a key role in making HALO’s lifesaving work possible.

About Us:

The HALO Trust is the world’s largest humanitarian mine clearance organisation. Our mission is to protect lives and restore livelihoods of people affected by conflict. With an annual turnover of over £120m, we work in 30 countries and territories, from current conflict zones of Ukraine, the West Bank, Libya and Yemen, to post conflict countries such as Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka, and Cambodia.

We clear the explosive remnants of war and address the causes of conflict and fragility – from inadequate control of weapons and ammunition to food insecurity and land degradation. We work in partnership with national governments and local communities, employing and empowering over 13,000 women and men to build safe, resilient and prosperous communities able to withstand the interconnected challenges of conflict, climate change and political and economic instability.

In southern Angola our clearance work is part of a regional approach to develop conservation in support of Angola’s national plan to diversify their economy, protect their natural environment and create sustainable livelihoods. Angola has some of the world’s most important remaining wilderness, but the presence of landmines makes it almost impossible to apply the conservation measures needed to protect this vital resource. By clearing landmines, HALO can lay the foundations for life, agriculture and eco-tourism to thrive.

In Ukraine, HALO is the largest demining organisation, having operated in the Donbas since 2016. Russia’s invasion has resulted in mine laying and explosive contamination on a scale not seen in Europe since the Second World War, including across vast tracts of farmland. This prevents agricultural production, which is critical to Ukraine’s economy and global food security. Across seven regions, more than 1,000 local Ukrainian staff have already enabled the removal of more than 19,000 explosive items and the clearance of more 3.1 million m2 of land- bringing safety to communities and supporting Ukraine’s economic recovery.

True peace cannot come until land is safe. HALO’s work to clear the deadly debris of war is the first step towards recovery and reconstruction. And the return of hope.

About the role:

The HALO Trust has more than doubled in size over the last eight years by growing support from both Governments and philanthropic donors. Global income from philanthropic donors (including the US) has significantly increased over the past five years – from circa £4 million to £15 million in 2022/23 and reaching a further peak of £44 million in 2023/24 in response to exceptional donor support for Ukraine. Unpinning this is growth in six and seven figure partnerships with major donors, corporates and foundations, initiated by our exceptionally well-connected network of trustees and ambassadors – and nurtured by our committed and professional global philanthropy team.

The team has a global remit and this, together with HALO’s extensive geographic footprint, creates significant opportunities for growth in our portfolio of partnerships.

By nurturing and growing high value partnerships this role plays a key role in supporting the delivery of HALO’s life-saving work around the world.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Lead growth within a portfolio of high value (six and potentially seven figure) relationships by providing excellence in supporter stewardship and through the development and delivery of relationship strategies, in collaboration with the Director of Philanthropy and Head of Global Grant Partnerships
  • Support senior HALO staff, advocates and trustees to engage and inspire individuals linked to agreed relationships
  • Work with international programme teams to ensure the development of high-quality proposals and reports to tight deadlines
  • Contribute to departmental strategic priorities including supporting the stewardship of other major relationships, follow up of new opportunities, and the development of philanthropic products for wider use. Deputise for the Head of Global Grant Partnerships where required
  • Manage donor records and correspondence in Salesforce
  • Work closely with Philanthropy and Partnerships (Gov funding) colleagues in the USA, UK, Europe, Middle East and overseas programs as part of a distributed team to provide support to global fundraising efforts

Requirements

Essential:

  • Three years’ experience of personally leading successful relationships with high value philanthropic donors (Trust and Foundations, corporates or high net worth individuals or equivalent), including those giving at the six or seven figure level
  • Experience of building effective relationships with advocates linked to philanthropic donors
  • An excellent communicator with the ability to build relationships with staff and colleagues in different cultural environments
  • Outstanding written skills with the ability to work with programme and finance colleagues to design robust project proposals, reporting, and monitoring and evaluation
  • Confident in working with financial information including project budgets
  • Excellent written and verbal skills with strong attention to detail
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills including ability to demonstrate tact, sophistication and gravitas
  • Experience of working with a fundraising database to maximise relationship development
  • A commitment to HALO’s mission and objectives
  • Strong intellectual curiosity and the ability to articulate HALO’s various programmes and strategies in a compelling way
  • Tenacious, self-starting, and able to thrive in a fluid, entrepreneurial context
  • Collaborative, team player, with a low-ego and a positive and upbeat approach.

Desirable:

  • Experience of high value fundraising in the following areas is desirable: humanitarian and international development, mine action, conflict, the environment / conservation
  • Experience of pipeline and relationship development in international markets for example Europe/US and/or the Middle East.

Benefits

  • Annual Leave: 28 days (3 to be taken at Christmas) plus 8 statutory holidays (pro rata)
  • Private medical health insurance
  • Non-contributory life assurance
  • Pension contributions matched by HALO up to 5%
  • Emergency medical insurance when travelling overseas (including on leave)
  • Flexible working policy
  • Access to physiotherapy (online)
  • Enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption leave pay (maternity 16 weeks full pay, paternity 4 weeks full pay)
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • HALO’s remote/office working policy includes a generous contribution to travel costs for remote workers (full costs of public transport or 20p per mile for road journeys).

Please submit a CV (no more than 2 pages) and a cover letter (no more than 1 page) outlining how your experience matches the key skills and competencies required by Midnight on 7th July 2024.

Please note that applications without a cover letter tailored to this position will not be considered.

We reserve the right to amend the closing date depending on the number of applications received.

The HALO Trust is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any applicant for employment because of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation.

The HALO Trust is committed to a culture that is both diverse and inclusive and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.

The HALO Trust is committed to ensuring that it provides a safe and trusted environment which safeguards and promotes the welfare and wellbeing of anyone who comes into contact with, or is part of, the Charity, with a zero-tolerance approach to behaviours which challenge this.

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