Greenwich Hospital looking for Heads of Commercial Development and Asset Management

Greenwich Hospital is thrilled to offer these two opportunities, seeking candidates who will strive to advance our diverse and historic property portfolio for a good cause - a charity that delivers support to Royal Navy and Royal Marines personnel, past and present, and their families.    

The Commercial Development role is open to those who do not wish or are not able to work a full week. 

For further details on these roles and to apply, please download the job descriptions below:

Head of Commercial Development

Head of Asset Management

We aspire to be innovative, proactive, collaborative, and accountable.  Our new management team believes in supporting a diverse and accountable team. We can be great together.  Join us.  

Closing date for applications:  09:00am, Monday 8 February 

Starting date: ASAP 

To apply:  please e-mail to a copy of your CV with a covering letter explaining why your approach and experience fits you to be the Head of Commercial or the Head of Asset Management we need.   

About Greenwich Hospital 

Greenwich Hospital has been providing crucial support to serving and retired Royal Navy and Royal Marines personnel and their families for over 300 years. Our focus is on proactive, impactful, and empowering interventions to improve the lives of our beneficiaries.  

Based out of our central London head office, a small, nimble team manages around £4m spend on charity every year, and around £350m of assets.  We are a Crown charity supporting Naval Charities throughout the UK, through income received from our investments in property and equities. There are no public funds donated.  

The Hospital follows the Charities Commission guidelines and is audited by the National Audit Office.  We are connected to the MOD and the Royal Navy. 

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