Grants Project Officer
For over 50 years our research has saved lives. We've broken new ground, revolutionised treatments and transformed care. But heart and circulatory disease still kills one in four people in the UK. That's why we need you.
About the role
We have an exciting opportunity for a Grants Project Officer to join our Service Innovation and Evaluation team and work on the British Heart Foundation (BHF) Implementation into clinical practice grants. The BHF want to ensure the best evidence-based services are put into practice, and that the best clinically effective models of care are available across the UK. You will be a key member of the project team that manage the grant programmes that help to build this best practice portfolio.
You'll support the team with the development, management and delivery of new and existing grant funded programmes, whilst monitoring and coordinating communications to external stakeholders. You'll work in collaboration with the Grants and Awards Officers to ensure all grant and award activity is completed within given timeframes.
The successful applicant will have knowledge or experience of the voluntary sector and/or health and social care landscape in the UK. You will also have some knowledge of health care issues relating to CVD prevention and behaviour change, relevant national legislation and guidelines, and good practice within heart health issues.
With experience of managing projects/undertaking project based activities, you'll have excellent team working skills able to develop strong working relationships with stakeholders.
Results driven you'll have previous experience of working with service users in the development of services and contribute to the development and delivery of grants programmes and monitoring activity relating to the BHF portfolio of grants. You'll also have excellent organisation and time management skills.
How to apply
To apply for this role please click through to our website for further information. Our process involves submitting your CV and a supporting statement, which should outline your interest and explain how you meet the roles criteria.
Interviews will be held w/c 23rd April.
Please note this is a fixed term contract until November 2018.
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