Trusts & Foundations Manager


The Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance (LNAA) provides lifesaving critical care to the communities of Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire, funded by public donations. If somebody is involved in a serious incident or suddenly taken ill, speed and time are of the essence. Giving a patient the best chance of survival, our Air Ambulance crew effectively take the A&E department to the scene of the emergency.

We are on the cusp of a number of exciting changes as we work towards moving into a purpose-built HQ, operating on a 24/7 basis and registering with the Care Quality Commission to become clinically independent, striving always to be at the cutting edge of critical care.

We are a friendly, inclusive and dynamic team focussed on ensuring we deliver the best possible service, and the tie that binds us here at LNAA is our set of values – Teamwork. Respect. Innovation. Compassion (TRIC). We display these attributes in the way we interact with the people we come into contact with, from former patients and volunteers, to our supporters and colleagues.



We are now seeking a Trust & Foundations Manager to develop and implement the Charity’s Trust and Foundations strategy. This position is full time, 37.5 hours per week. A unique opportunity for someone who wants to make a difference in a local, life-saving charity during a time of great organisational change and development.

The ideal candidate will be an experienced Trust and Foundations Manager and be able to work at a strategic and operational level. Must have a strong track record of securing six-figure grants from trusts and foundations in a charity environment. Have excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to inspire our team to continually grow and develop our income streams through Trusts.

An effective and strong communicator, you will work with a wide range of key stakeholders, as well as colleagues, senior managers, volunteers, supporters, and crew, in order to build our profile further and increase our income.

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In return we provide 22 days per annum annual leave, in addition to Bank Holidays (pro-rata for part time staff) which increases with length of service, plus a paid day off on your birthday. Following successful completion of a 6 month probationary period we offer access to a Wellbeing and Health Care Plan, Life Insurance and an Occupational Sick Pay scheme.



If you feel you have the relevant experience please apply by e-mailing your CV and a covering letter which outlines how you meet the requirements of the job specification and your reasons for applying for the post to

Deadline for applications is 5th March 2021.

The application process may close early if a sufficient number of applications have been received.