Grants and Legacy Officer

We are looking for a Grants and Legacy Officer to join our team and share our success in a hard-working and friendly environment on a permanent contract. Grants are provided by the government, foundations or corporations to support community and charitable initiatives. A charitable legacy is a gift that someone leaves to a charitable organisation in their Will. They are one of the most effective ways to help donors make a lasting difference to the community.

hours: 20 hours per week - (flexible working arrangements available for successful candidate)

salary: £28,323 to £31,329 pro -rata

criteria: This role supports the Income Generation team with the processes of grants and legacies, working with both internal and external stakeholders to support the successful delivery of FNHC’s income generation plans.

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Role details

Key Accountabilities


  • Working with our Income Generation team to assess funding requirements for our operations teams
  • Researching grant opportunities for FNHC, assessing their potential, collating information and presenting to our Senior Team for review
  • Writing clear, accurate and engaging grant applications aligned to our key messaging
  • Tracking grant applications to success
  • Providing regular updates and reports on the impact of grant funding for community healthcare in Jersey


  • Working with our Income Generation team on the preparation and delivery of Legacy communications
  • Liaising with a number of internal and external stakeholders to provide updates relating to Legacies
  • Working with our Finance team to record and manage the appropriate legacy updates
  • Recording all legacy information in our internal fundraising system (full training will be provided)


  • Ensuring all legacy and grant information is up to date in our internal systems
  • Data entry and report generation
  • Working with the Income Generation team to raise the profile of FNHC in the local community



  • Excellent knowledge of word processing tools and spreadsheets (MS Office Word, Excel etc.)
  • Basic understanding of databases
  • Confident communication skills with the ability to work and communicate with discretion and sensitivity
  • Great attention to detail


  • Self-motivated
  • Ability to bring tasks to completion with good attention to detail
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Ability to work with discretion and understand confidentiality

This is an exciting opportunity for the right person to make a difference to Family Nursing and Home Care supporting our patients and clients to Start well, Live well and Age well.


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