Moorfields Eye Charity is embarking on a new and exciting phase of growth. We are looking to welcome driven and experienced professionals to join us at this exciting time at the charity.

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Grants officer

  • Salary: £30,260 - £35,600
  • Closing date: 19 January 2022

Moorfields Eye Charity believe that they can help bring new treatments to patients and people with eye diseases faster than ever before. By raising funds for the crucial research, education and patient support they are able to help ensure that they remain at the forefront of eye health and research.

The grants officer position is an exciting and varied one, responsible for grants management of a portfolio across the charities funding programmes, supporting the communication of funding outcomes and evaluation of impact across the charity’s priority areas. The post holder will support the entire grant management life cycle, from pre to post award as well as support the fundraising and communication teams’ activities by providing information on the charity’s grant making programmes and the outputs and impact of grant activities.

The successful candidate will have a degree in biomedical sciences or equivalent with experience of the research environment in an academic setting. You will have ambition to develop a career in grants management as well as have a particular interest in eye health. You will be a confident communicator, with very strong IT skills and the ability to work collaboratively as part of a team. Organisational skills, a methodical approach to working are key to the success of this post as is excellent attention to detail.

Grants assistant

  • Salary: £22,505 to £26,476 (18 Month, FTC)
  • Closing date: 19 January 2022

Moorfields Eye Charity believe that they can help bring new treatments to patients and people with eye diseases faster than ever before. By raising funds for the crucial research, education and patient support they are able to help ensure that they remain at the forefront of eye health and research.

As the grants assistant, you will help to deliver grants administration and operations in the charity. You will provide administrative support to the director of grants and research and the wider team as appropriate. The post holder will ensure the team’s record keeping is kept up to date, support communication of grant funding activities, website updates and take responsibility for a small portfolio of grants. In addition, this role will also support a number of exciting projects planned within the team over the next 18 months.

The successful candidate will have previous administrative experience including diary management, servicing meetings and experience developing effective administrative processes and systems. You will be highly collaborative and enjoy embracing a range of duties as well as be able to confidently develop professional working relationships with stakeholders at all levels. Organisational skills, a methodical approach to working are key to the success of this post as is excellent attention to detail.


We value all our staff and work hard to create a positive working environment for everyone. Part of this is giving staff a range of employee benefits over and above their monthly salary.