Title: Fundraising Project Officer
Contract: 1 Year Fixed Term Contract (with a view to extend)
Function/Team: STOP THE TRAFFIK
Location: London, SE1
Hours: Full time, 40 hours per week inclusive of breaks (The breakdown of those hours to be by mutual arrangement and to meet the needs of STOP THE TRAFFIK).
Unsocial working: Occasional weekend and evening working is required, but time off in lieu is given according to current policy.
Reporting to: Operations Manager
Responsible for: N/A
Grade: F – £24,007 per annum (inc. London Weighting)
STOP THE TRAFFIK is a groundbreaking charity established in 2006, working with communities across the world to assist in preventing modern slavery & human trafficking.
STOP THE TRAFFIK has been at the forefront of developing an intelligence-led approach to human trafficking prevention. Our working model brings together high level organisations, cutting edge technology and the drive and determination of teams of people passionate about the work they do.
We are now seeking an experienced Fundraising Project Officer to join our dynamic team based at our office conveniently situated in Central London. The successful candidate will not only work on fundraising projects, but have the opportunity to expand their skill set in other areas, such as analytics, business and learning, as the team works within a matrix organisation.
This is a newly created full-time position. Some of the activities the postholder will do include:
To be successful in this role you will have proven experience in roles relevant to the job description such as, but not limited to:
In return you will be rewarded by working with a supportive and friendly team, working on an interesting high profile, global issue.
If you are keen to work in a busy and fast-paced environment, please send in your CV and Covering Letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information please contact STOP THE TRAFFIK or call 0207 921 4335.
We actively encourage applications from people of all ethnic backgrounds and minority and underrepresented groups. Applicants must be able to prove their right to work in the UK.
This is a rolling advertisement. CV’s will be considered as they come in and we will appoint when we find the best candidate. Early applications are recommended.