About the role

Supporting innovators in accessing health and social care innovation funding is a vital element of how we can create a healthy and more prosperous Wales. We’re looking for someone to join our team as Grant Funding Specialist and play a major role in helping us achieve this. 

We need someone who can make an impact by applying their knowledge of grant funding together with their strong interpersonal and  research skills to everything they do. By contributing to grant funding applications, delivering funding schemes, and building our intelligence in this area, you can help drive innovation to the health and social care frontline in Wales. 

Your work here has the potential to transform outcomes for people receiving and delivering care in Wales, while strengthening our economy through encouraging business and jobs growth.

Your responsibilities will include: 

  • Writing and reviewing grant funding applications 

  • Funding scheme development and administration 

  • Funding research and information reports (including available funding, funding decisions, trends and horizon scanning) 

  • Local, national and international stakeholder identification and engagement 

  • Strategic communications, PR and marketing activity 

Why join our team?  

  • We’re a small, agile and friendly organisation 

  • Flexible and supportive working culture   

  • Supportive work-life balance with a generous holiday entitlement - 30 days annual leave plus additional public holidays   

  • Pension scheme supported by an employer contribution of 7% 

Apply now!  

Email us at careers@lshubwales.com with your up-to-date CV and a supporting statement (no more than two pages long) and why you feel you might be the best person for this exciting opportunity. explaining how you meet the essential criteria for this role. 

We will need your application no later than Wednesday 7th June, midday. Please also complete our diversity monitoring form whilst applying . 

Interviews will be held on the 15th of June at our Cardiff Bay office. If you would like an initial informal discussion about this role, please contact Philip Barnes, Head of Sector Intelligence on philip.barnes@lshubwales.com. 


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