Chair of The Fore Trust

Following a hugely successful first four years supporting 420 charities with £5.8m in funding and 8000 hours of skills support, The Fore are now recruiting for a chair to help us drive systems change in the funding sector. Please find out more at our dedicated microsite www.leadthefore.co.uk.

The Fore is committed to equal opportunities.  We encourage applications from qualified candidates from a wide range of backgrounds and from all sections of the community.  For all roles we recruit, experience of working or volunteering for small charities and social enterprises is as relevant, if not more relevant than more formal qualifications.

 


Programme Coordinator

Our wonderful Programme Coordinator, Simni Kesinro, has flown the nest for exciting pastures new.  We are looking for someone equally committed to providing grant and skills support to small charities and social enterprises to replace her. Deadline to apply – Monday 20th September 2021 at 9am.

Our CEO and Programme Manager will be hosting a short, informal information session on Tuesday 14th September at 12:30pm for prospective applicants to learn more about our mission, our organisation and this role. There will also be the opportunity for you to ask any questions you may have. Please do join us by registering here.

Programme Coordinator Job Description

Impact Manager

The role of Impact Manager is an exciting new role for The Fore.  Research and data play a vital role in our mission to change the power dynamic in the funding sector, improve equity and open up access to finance and skills for small charities and social enterprises.  If you are full of ideas on how data and research can be used to demonstrate the impact and importance of our work, this role could be for you.  Recruitment is on going until we find the right candidate.

Impact Manager Job Description

Consultant Grant Assessor

Are you an experienced professional who enjoys setting and articulating strategy? Would you like to share your skills? We are now recruiting a new intake of freelance Consultant Grant Assessors (CGAs).  CGAs help us identify and provide strategic support to the most exciting small charities and social enterprises out there. We actively encourage applications from a wide range of backgrounds and from all sections of the community for this highly flexible, part time work.  Recruitment is on-going and new cohorts of assessors are inducted twice a year – if you would like to register your interest please email your CV to [email protected] to be kept informed. 

Consultant Grant Assessor Job Description

Applying For Funding

Skills & Training

Impact Management