Work at Hope for Children
We have a small but dedicated team of staff, and occasionally there are opportunities for people to join us in paid roles and voluntary roles. If you are looking for a voluntary role that isn't listed below, please do get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope for Children are committed to ensuring that all job applicants and members of staff are treated equally, without discrimination on the grounds of gender, sexual orientation, marital or civil partner status, gender reassignment, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, disability or age.
Hope for Children’s recruitment and selection policies and procedures reflect our commitment to the safety of children. Any appointment is subject to commitment to our Child Safeguarding Policy and satisfactory references and, for some roles Enhanced criminal record disclosure.
At Hope for Children, we believe that our greatest resource for fundraising is people.
The Fundraising Exec. will be responsible for managing our key university partners and supporting fundraisers across our challenge events. They will develop opportunities within Hope for Children’s student programme whilst supporting all aspects of fundraising. They will nurture and develop working relationships with universities and RAGs; achieving required targets in each area. Developing new business in recruiting university accounts and deepen partnerships with challenge providers; as well as maximising income opportunities across the organisation. The Fundraising Exec. will have an active role in further building Hope for Children’s reputation in the university sector, further enhancing our excellent stewardship.
Deadline for applications is 22nd April
Student Challenge Ambassador
Voluntary role alongside your studies. Recruit & lead a team of students on one of our international challenges, and join the trip!
At Hope for Children, we believe that our greatest resource for fundraising is people. We put this belief into action in many ways: investing in staff presence on campus throughout the year, training and developing RAGs, and most importantly, our ambassador programme.
An ambassador is a representative of Hope for Children on campus at their university. They are trained for the role and supported throughout the year by our dedicated student fundraising team. Our ambassadors are at the core of our student fundraising initiative and as a challenge ambassador, you will fundraise by leading a challenge event at your university. This is a key part of Hope for Children’s funding.