BBC Children in Need – Impact Officer

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Contract: Temporary.
Term: Full-Time – Fixed Term Contract (13 months maternity cover).
Salary: £26,710 – £33,645.
Hours per week: 35 hours.
Reporting to: Impact Manager.
Location: Salford/Merseyside BBC office.

Employer Bio

BBC Children in Need believes that every child should have the chance to thrive and be the best they can be. They are committed to being there for children across the UK when they need them the most. Together with the BBC and their partners, they inspire the nation to support this work.

Job Overview

The role of an Impact Officer is to deliver the local grant-making and grant management process, playing a key role in supporting and learning from the children and young people’s sector. It is a case-holding role that takes a relational approach and acts as a key contact point for stakeholders internally, throughout the BBC and externally. The role supports the delivery of BBC Children in Need’s (CiN) Impact Strategy and the wider organisational strategy.

The successful applicant will play a significant role in the North Region (covering Merseyside, the Isle of Man and supporting with South Yorkshire) to meet the aims of the charity. You will be managing a geographical area and grant portfolio, working with local and national stakeholders to facilitate the development and delivery of solutions for change for children and young people.

Reporting into the Impact Manager, the Impact Officer will be the first point of contact for existing and newly funded organisations and will manage a grant portfolio and geographical patch.

To read the full job description and to apply, please click here.

Deadline: 4 December 2023.

Interviews: 14 December 2023.

Contact Details: cin.north@bbc.co.uk.

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