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Programmes Assistant (Grants)

Posted on 13 August 2019

Location:        Groundwork London offices with a requirement to work across London.

Contract:        One year fixed term contract, with a possibility to extend  

Salary:            Circa £18,800


37.5 hours per week

Groundwork London is a leading social and environmental regeneration organisation working with people living in London’s most vulnerable places. We work to empower, enable and enhance communities.

Groundwork coordinates and administers a number of grant schemes across a variety of environmental and regeneration themes, including TfL Cycling Grants London and GLA Greener City Fund.

The Programmes Assistant will support the Programme Officer in the delivery of the Trusts’ grants programmes. The role will focus on grant application processing, project monitoring and report generation; therefore excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential. The post holder will be the key contact for all grant schemes managed by Groundwork, responding to queries from both prospective grant applicants and funded groups.

Groundwork is seeking an individual with an awareness or interest in the urban environment, community development or environmental issues.

The post holder will have proven organisational and co-ordination skills and be able to utilise strong working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and databases to maintain complex administrative and monitoring systems with high degrees of accuracy. The post holder will be a self starter with the ability to plan and prioritise their own workload.


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Download the job description and application form here.

Send your application to quoting reference 637/PA

For further information and to discuss the role please contact Martin Petry at Groundwork London on 020 7239 1292 or

Closing date for applications:  9am, Monday 2nd September, 2019

Interview date: Friday 6th September, 2019

Groundwork London is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all members of the community.