Why work for Kent Community Foundation?
Kent Community Foundation (KCF) aims to strengthen our local communities by providing not only funding but support and advice to help build a sustainable and confident voluntary sector in Kent and Medway. KCF helps hundreds of local charities and community causes across Kent and Medway every year and we have ambitious plans to do even more.
If you're driven, collaborative, and passionate about making an impact in your local community, take a look at our latest vacancies below. Join a team of hard-working people dedicated making a genuine difference in their local community.
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We are looking for an enthusiastic administrator to actively assist in the day to day operation of Kent Community Foundation (KCF) to ensure it continues to meet local community need and the requirements and wishes of our donors/funders. The role more specifically involves administration duties involved with processing grant applications and managing donor funds. Download the job description.
In order to apply, please email a copy of your CV and a personal statement of no more than 500 words explaining why you believe you are suited to the role with reference to the job description, to firstname.lastname@example.org . If you have any questions please contact us either by email or phone and ask to speak to Natalie Smith.
Closing date Monday 8th April
Interviews to be held 24th and 25th April
Volunteering has a meaningful, positive impact on your community and can have benefits for you too, such as giving you the opportunity to enhance your CV and develop new skills.
If you're looking to volunteer, we are always interested in hearing from enthusiastic people with the skills and experience to contribute to our work.
Alternatively, we can put you in touch with our intermediaries for further voluntary opportunities across the county.
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