Grants and Finance Coordinator

University of Lincoln

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College of Arts Social Sciences and Humanities Executive Office



From £31,396
per annum

This post is permanent and full time at 37 hours per week.

Closing Date:  

Tuesday 24 October 2023

Interview Date:  

Thursday 09 November 2023



Do you want to use your financial and administration skills to support a wide range of innovative and exciting projects in the cultural and creative sector? Would you enjoy working with a passionate and talented group of people? 

The University of Lincoln’s Centre for Culture and Creativity is looking for a Grants and Finance Coordinator. Working closely with the Director of the Centre, programme leads, funders and other stakeholders, you will enjoy using your financial and communication skills to ensure sound financial management of the Centre’s projects and programmes, supporting grant bids and providing external funders and colleagues with the information they require. You will relish the challenges that arise from the Centre’s ambitious plans and very varied work, including the need to respond to opportunities with tight deadlines. 

We embrace flexibility and a hybrid culture of working; therefore, you will have the opportunity to combine working on campus with days working from home if you wish. 

The University of Lincoln offers exciting career opportunities with the chance to grow and develop to reach your full potential. We also offer a wide range of staff benefits, including a generous annual leave allowance of 30 days per year pro rata (plus an additional 14 bank holiday and concessionary days), progressive pay rates, access to discounts at popular stores and more. 

If you would like further information or an informal discussion about this exciting opportunity, please contact Molly Jackson at [email protected] .  

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