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Training and Grants Administrator - Holiday Activities Programme (14-21 hours per week, part-time)

Hertfordshire Community Foundation has been commissioned by Hertfordshire County Council to oversee and manage the distribution of grants and the delivery of training in support of the Government funded, Holiday Activities Programme. This is part of a national programme, announced in November 2020, to support disadvantaged children during the Easter, Summer and Winter holidays through the provision of health food and enriching activities.

To support the training and grant making associated with the Holiday Activities Programme, we are seeking a Training & Grants Administrator.

This role will focus on scheduling online training opportunities for groups and organisations delivering holiday activities. The smooth delivery of this training programme will ensure participating children get the best possible experience by attending sessions that are well run and managed.

Reporting to the Holiday Activities Grants Manager, you will play an important role by supporting the grants process and coordinating the delivery of online training.

Deadline: Rolling.

For an informal chat about this position please contact Helen Gray, Foundation Director, at helen.gray@hertscf.org.uk to arrange a convenient time to speak.

To apply please send a covering letter and CV to simone.deans@hertscf.org.uk .

For a full job description please click on the pdf link below.

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