Grants Programme Officers x 2

We’re looking for two grants programme officers to join our Programmes team to support with all aspects of grant-making, including the application review process, undertaking due diligence, liaising with applicants and supporting decision-making processes.

Job details:

Contract: Permanent

Salary: £34,000

Hours per week: 37.5

Location: Hybrid – home-based and at ORTUS, Denmark Hill

Closing date: 5pm, 17th April 2024

The role

The role will be responsible for managing grant application processes and a grant portfolio with guidance from a Programme Manager.

The role will be part of our Programmes team and will work with NHS and Kings College London colleagues. They will also provide project management and administration support to our team of Programme Managers on specific areas of work, and will take part in our learning and development activities.

The ideal candidate will be self-organised and highly motivated and will have experience of grant-making processes, gained either by working at a funder or as a recipient of grant funding, they will be passionate about improving mental health and motivated by the ability of the Charity to make a difference.

Key details

We are based in our vibrant offices in ORTUS, Denmark Hill, a great place to work and hold events.

We offer a friendly working culture, with the following benefits for our staff (just to name a few):

  • Hybrid working, 2-3 days spent with the team at ORTUS/onsite each week and 2-3 days at home/offsite.
  • 25 days annual leave, with a further one day after 3 years’ service and a further one day after 5 years’ service. Plus, additional non-working office closure days over the Christmas period.
  • Pension scheme with up to 6% employer contribution, subject to a minimum 3% employee contribution.

As a charity, we welcome and value diverse experiences, voices and perspectives, particularly those who come from minoritised communities and/or have direct experience of living with mental illness or a carer for someone living with mental illness.

Find out more and ask us about the role

Join our anonymous ‘Ask us Anything’ webinar on Friday 12th April from 12:00 – 1:00 pm to really “ask us anything” about the role and understand our values. Email Lizzy Clark on to find out more and register your place.

How to apply

Maudsley Charity removes bias from the recruitment process to ensure fairness. This is done by initially asking interested applicants to answer three competency-based questions – these will be anonymously scored by the panel. You’ll still need a CV to have productive conversations with the Harris Hill Consultant, but CVs will be reviewed by the charity if you score well on the questions.

View the role on the Harris Hill website to find out more and apply.

Closing date for applications:  5pm on Wednesday 17th April

Interviews: Wednesday 1st May (face to face, at ORTUS, Denmark Hill)

If you would like to receive further information and discuss this role, please email: Lizzy Clark on