You'll bring a track record in grant management and reporting, and proven ability to draft, review and edit documents. You'll be able to create compelling copy that shows the huge difference our work makes, as well as bringing new ideas that will help us to expand how we communicate our impact. You'll have a way with numbers, as well as words: a flair for analysing and presenting financial information clearly and succinctly is important too, as are strong Excel skills and a meticulous eye for detail. A creative problem solver who is comfortable managing competing deadlines, your project management ability is complemented by the excellent relationships you'll build with colleagues across the Society.
Preferably educated to degree standard or equivalent, ideally you will have experience of impact measurement and reporting and/or have operated in a funder-led environment. You'll be a true ambassador for those affected by dementia, and excited to join a team that's rapidly becoming central to our fundraising success.
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