Head Office, Wells Terrace, Finsbury Park, London, N4 3JU
£26,000 - £34,000 depending on experience
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We are looking for a highly skilled Senior Trusts and Statutory Income Officer to join our income generation team.

Line managed by the Deputy Chief Executive this role will be responsible for developing and implementing our trust and statutory fundraising strategies with the aim of securing investment from individuals and companies for Leap’s high-impact work for young people.

The successful candidate will further develop relationships to grow our trust donations and statutory income. This is a superb opportunity for someone with a strong relationship building skills and experience raising significant funds from trusts and or statutory contracts.

We are the UK’s only national charity that specialises in the creative management of youth conflict. Based on 30 years’ experience of delivering group training, Leap’s programmes aim to raise the emotional intelligence of participants and empower them to effectively manage the conflict in their lives. 

As well as training young people, we deliver training for the frontline professionals who support them. By building the capabilities of these practitioners across the youth sector, our work has greater reach and longer lasting impact. 

Leap’s work is funded through various sources including charitable trusts, statutory bodies, individual and corporate donations, and the sale of our training. Leap has grown its income rapidly in the last two years from £1.2m to £1.9m, with all income sources showing an increase. The Senior Trust and Statutory Income Officer will be responsible for growing our income of £1.2m from charitable trusts and developing new income from statutory sources.

The post-holder will build on strong foundations of excellent relationships with many of the leading foundations and will work in collaboration with excellent freelance bid writers.

How to apply: 

The closing date for applications is 9am Monday 30 October 2017

We plan to hold panel interviews on Thursday 7th and Friday 8th November 2017 at our Finsbury Park Office. Successful applicants may be invited to a 2nd interview on Monday 13th November 2017. Please let us know when applying if you are unable to make either of these dates as we will endeavour to rearrange where possible.

To apply for this position, please send a relevant CV with a supporting statement. Your supporting statement should address each point of the person specification.  Shortlisting is made easier if you address each point in turn.

Please ensure you quote the job title (Senior Trust and Statutory Income Officer) in the subject line of your email.  If you apply by post, please quote the job title in your cover letter.

Finally, please ensure that you have included mobile, work and home telephone numbers where possible, as well as any dates when you will not be available or if you have any difficulty with the timetable outlined above.

Applications should be emailed to info@leapcc.org.uk or by post to:

Adebisi Desalu

Executive Support Manager

Leap Confronting Conflict

Wells House, Unit 7

5-7 Wells Terrace

Finsbury Park

London, N4 3JU


Ex-offenders are invited and encouraged to apply.

If, after reading the application pack, you have any specific questions, please contact the Deputy Chief Executive, Ben Kernighan on 020 7561 3700 or via email ben.kernighan@leapcc.org.uk


A generous pension scheme with up to 8% employer contribution, available upon employment 

Flexible working with core hours between 10am – 4pm, Mon-Fri

We are open to approaches from applicants who may wish to fulfil the role on a flexible basis

25 days leave (pro rata)

Leap is conveniently located within a short walk from Finsbury Park tube and mainline railway station