The Fore is committed to equal opportunities. We encourage applications from qualified candidates from a wide range of backgrounds and from all sections of the community. For all roles we recruit, experience of working or volunteering for small charities and social enterprises is as relevant, if not more relevant than more formal qualifications.

Social Impact Internships

The Fore is excited to open applications for our Social Impact Internship Programme. We would like to offer three bright candidates the opportunity to play a key role in our ambitious plans to lead change in the charity sector. We are looking for self-starters who will bring their initiative and enthusiasm to our small but dynamic team.

As a Social Impact Intern, you will have the opportunity to work on projects across the organisation, developing a wide range of skills and insight into all elements of both grant- making and partnership development.

Our ideal candidates will be…

  • Enthusiastic, hardworking and friendly, with a proactive, ‘can do’ attitude
  • Highly organised, with an ability to prioritise a varied and busy workload and meet deadlines
  • Someone who takes initiative and can work independently within a small, agile team
  • Diligent with excellent attention to detail
  • A great communicator with excellent interpersonal skills
  • Passionate about supporting small charities and social enterprises
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office

Please see the full job description here.

Strategic Applicant Consultant

Would you like to share your strategic skills with some of the UKs most exciting small charity leaders and social entrepreneurs? Are you an experienced professional who enjoys defining and articulating strategy? If so, we would love you to join us as a Strategic Applicant Consultant.

Consultants are at the front line of The Fore’s assessment process during each funding round. They help us to identify and advise the best charities and social enterprises for whom funding and strategic support could unlock transformational impact.

Useful info:

  • Consultants typically have 10 years + experience in business, public or non-profit sector senior leadership positions.
  • No previous grant experience is required, and we encourage applications from a range of backgrounds.
  • A total of 8-10 days of remote work spread over a 12-week funding round period.
  • Low-bono model- stipend paid per application assessed.
  • Training provided.

Please see the full job description here.

Join our info session on 21 February 2024 to hear more and find out how to apply. Sign up here.

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Skills & Training

Impact Management