Do you want to change the world by holding corporations to account, through encouraging churches in the ethical use of their finances and by campaigning for a fairer, greener tax system? If so, the dedicated staff team at the Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility (ECCR) would love to hear from you.
We are looking for a grant writer and funding researcher to work with us and help us achieve these goals. If you have proven experience of successful fundraising and can put together a winning bid then please get in touch.
Our vision is a more just and sustainable world – a world in which economic justice, human rights and environmental sustainability are core principles.
Established in 1989, ECCR is a registered charity, and we want to see more people using their voices, and the finances over which they have stewardship, to hold both policy makers and companies accountable, to choose more ethical products, and to promote economic justice and environmental sustainability.
We work through churches but also partner with other organisations within and outside the Church which share our aims and values.
Money Makes Change (MMC) was launched in January 2020 and is a programme and set of resources to help Christians explore and make ethical choices around money. It seeks to open up conversations around how we spend, save, and invest, and inspire action to create a fairer world through our finances. Over the last year, we have produced a suite of resources and we are now in a phase of disseminating these to individuals and churches.
Church Action for Tax Justice (CATJ) was launched 22 months ago. The purpose is to raise awareness in churches of the importance of tax justice, to campaign for a fairer, greener tax system and to encourage Christians and faith organisations to promote tax justice through their work. We focus on campaigning, advocacy and education and want to see a tax system that serves the common good, seeks an end to tax dodging and seeks the implementation of tax policies which address poverty and inequality.
As our Grant Writer and Funding Researcher you will lead on sourcing and pursuing potential funding opportunities, as well as writing and submitting grant applications alongside any supporting documentation. This role is primarily focussed on raising funds from grant making bodies including denominations, trusts and foundations.
If you have proven experience of successful grant writing then we would love to hear from you.
This is a part-time (1 day / 7 hours per week) role which will be performed remotely from home. The hours of work may be spread over more than one day if desired. You will report to the ECCR Executive Director. The salary range is £32k – 36K FTE (£6,400 – £7,200 pro rata per year). A two year contract is being offered.
Closing date: 18th April 2021
Interviews: Thursday 29th April Afternoon
There is a genuine occupational requirement that the postholder is a practising Christian.
To apply please send your CV and cover letter via the ‘Apply for job button’.
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