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Job title: Grants Officer
Location: 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE
Reports to: Grants Coordinator
Salary: £25,800 – 27,000 (commensurate with experience)
Imagine a world in which everyone has access to quality healthcare. For 30 years THET has been working to build that world. We are a global voice for health workers, working to transform the quality and availability of medical training around the world. We provide responsive health workforce development programmes where they are needed the most. We believe that the transformational power of health partnerships is an innovative tool to strengthen health systems. Our approach is based on a collaborative model that generates North-South and South-South mutual benefits.
The THET Grants Management team manages grants for health partnership initiatives on behalf of donors who support global health workforce development. THET currently manages the Africa Grants Programme supported by the Johnson and Johnson Foundation, and the DHSC-funded Commonwealth Partnerships for Antimicrobial Stewardship. These programmes provide tailored support to health partnerships to design, deliver and evidence effective human resources for health projects that train health workers to address a range of health issues in LMICs.
To effectively manage a portfolio of grants and provide support to grant holders in order to facilitate the delivery of quality projects on time and on budget.
Below are more details of the focus of this role.
Accountability and Working Relationships
Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning
Support, Training and Learning
Must be able to travel overseas and within the UK for up to 8 weeks a year.
How to apply
The job holder must be able to live and work in the UK. Candidates can apply by submitting a two-page cover letter stating why they are interested in this position, what they would bring to the role and how they fit the person specification.
This letter should be submitted with a CV to email@example.com by midnight Sunday 24th November, with ‘Grants Officer’ in the subject line.
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