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Senior Trusts Officer

Location: A hybrid of remote/home and office based working from a central London work-space of 1-2 days per week, subject to operational requirements and location of role holder. There may be occasional work outside of regular office hours at charity events (with time off in return).

Salary: circa £28k-£32k pa (dependant on experience)

Start date: ASAP

Contract type: Permanent/full time/part time considered (4 days)

The Senior Trusts Officer will lead on securing funding from small- to mid-level charitable trusts and other grant-giving organisations. The post-holder will account manage a portfolio of funders and grow their support, working with the Trusts Manager to prepare and submit compelling proposals and ensure excellent stewardship of our supporters. The post holder will also work with the Trusts Manager to support some of the larger applications and funders, as well as work across teams to ensure effective delivery and stewardship of any relevant funding commitments. 

We have an ambitious new organisational strategy, but we know we cannot deliver that ambition and the change that is needed for women with ovarian cancer, without an ambitious fundraising strategy and team. Therefore, the fundraising team are at a very exciting phase of our growth and development, looking to expand from our current pool of incredibly loyal supporters to acquiring new supporters through new activities and ways of working, ensuring our supporters at the heart of all we do. The Community & Events Manager is one of three, new and permanent roles within the growing fundraising team.


• 33 days leave (including bank holidays)

• Pension

• Flexible mix of office and remote working.

• Eye test and financial support with glasses if required.

• Training and development opportunities.

• 24 hour confidential and free Employee Assistance Program to support you with both personal and work-related issues and, if required, confidential counselling sessions.

• Social events for the team.

Recruitment process:

Thank you for your interest in this role. We would like to invite you to apply to work with us by sending a cover letter (no more than one side) of why you are interested in working with OCA, specifically highlighting your relevant experience and personal attributes as detailed in the person specification, together with a copy of your latest CV. All applications to be submitted to Human Resources: jobs@ovarian.org.uk

Learn more about this role here 

Please do also take a look at our website for more details about who we are and what we do. 

We are interviewing on a rolling basis and so would encourage applications to be submitted promptly. Our aim is to respond to each applicant, however, if you do not hear from us within 10 working days of the deadline, unfortunately we will not be considering you for this role.