ECPAT UK’s Youth Programme Manager and Therapeutic Lead is a critical leading role in the organisation managing our direct work with young victims and survivors of child trafficking and embedding participation across our integrated approach to working with young people.
If you share our vision and values then please do consider applying. You will have experience of delivering rights based, inclusive and trauma informed practice and of working with young people affected by trafficking and modern slavery and/or criminal justice and/or social justice and inequality and/or within migrant and refugee communities.
Apply for Youth Programme Manager & Therapeutic Lead
Deadline: 09:00 Monday 4th March 2024
Working closely with the CEO and across the whole team, the Fundraising Officer is an important role within the organisation and requires someone who can work independently and collaboratively to develop and deliver our fundraising strategy, reach out to create meaningful partnerships and deliver high-quality funding applications, events and activities
We are looking for an exceptional communicator who can work across all aspects of our fundraising including charitable trusts and foundations, individual giving, community fundraising and corporate partnerships and come up with exciting, creative, child centred, rights based and trauma informed ways of sharing our important work with funders and other partners and supporters. You will have the confidence, skills and abilities to produce and present convincing funding proposals, to scope out new funding and partnership opportunities and to make the case for ECPAT UK with a range of audiences.
Apply for Fundraising Officer
How to apply
Details of each job role and the link to apply are in the links.
As part of the recruitment process an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check will be carried out. This does not necessarily exclude applicants, but it is important to honestly declare any relevant offending in the Criminal Convictions Form which we will ask you to complete at the interview stage if you are invited to interview with us.
ECPAT UK is committed to equality and inclusion and values diversity. positively encourages applications from all suitably qualified and eligible candidates including survivors and people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities and those with intersectional experience.
Applicants must have the right to work in the UK. We are only able to contact shortlisted applicants.
We're recruiting to ECPAT UK's Board of Trustees including a Treasurer. These are voluntary roles ensuring governance and oversight of the UK's leading NGO working against child trafficking.
Our Board of Trustees is critical to our work and success and in shaping our future direction. We seek a diverse Board including younger people and those with intersectional experience.
We are committed to ensuring that our Board reflects the voices and diversity of trafficked young people and to creating opportunities for younger people, survivors and people from Black, Asian and minoritised communities.
Download the recruitment pack
Details of how to apply are found within the recruitment pack. Please download the equality and diversity monitoring form and return it to us along with your application.
Deadline for applications: rolling recruitment
Information about our youth group volunteering opportunities can be found here.
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