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We are one of the UK’s leading independently run charitable grant making trusts – we are the largest of the four Lloyds TSB Foundations which fund thousands of charities each year working to tackle disadvantage. In 2011, the Foundation celebrated 25 years of supporting lasting change for people and communities throughout England and Wales. Over this period, it has invested over £300 million in over 42,000 charities.
To sustain this enviable position we require enthusiastic, dedicated and experienced people to join us.
We were reawarded the Investors in People accreditation in December 2012.
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Director, Policy, Partnerships and Communications
The Lloyds TSB Foundation for England and Wales is the largest of the five Lloyds Banking Group Foundations working to deliver a portfolio of grants across England and Wales. It has a strong focus on supporting charities which enable disadvantaged people to play a fuller role in the community. With strong and established local presence, the Foundation is now building on its achievements to become an influential force for development and change nationally.
Policy, partnerships and communications are central to the Foundation’s new strategy. As the first Director to hold this post, you will create a brand new function to design, initiate and deliver our national policy and influencing agenda. You will draw on our community programme, as well as on wider activities across the organisation and our partners, to develop and deliver policy priorities. You will look at how we engage with a range of national and local partners and use this to develop a compelling communications strategy to influence national agendas and market our offer to grantees. Crucially, you will develop our research and evaluation capability, as evidence becomes increasingly important.
We’re seeking a driven and focused senior manager who has already delivered results in a similar role and who offers knowledge and reach across policy and public affairs. You will understand the challenges faced by the voluntary sector and will see why evidence is so important and how we can develop and deploy it for impact. You’ll be someone with a real flair for inspiring others and building alliances, and who can see our full potential. In return, this is a rare opportunity to build your own team while contributing to our increasing presence as one of the leading funders in England and Wales.
For more information and to apply, visit www.ltsbfappointments.com