Farm Africa is a different kind of charity, working to end hunger and bring prosperity to rural eastern Africa. Our sustainable, community-led projects help Africa’s farmers feed Africa’s people – for the long-term.
We can reach more farmers by being experts in our field, pushing boundaries, working flexibly and sharing knowledge, and we're looking for talented staff to help us achieve this.
Our values are very important to us as an employer and they are also very important to our employees. All prospective employees should take some time to carefully consider our values and how they fit with your own personal values before attending an interview with Farm Africa.
Posts in our country offices are recruited in-country and advertised in national papers as well as ReliefWeb.
We cannot respond to unsolicited requests and applications for employment or volunteer opportunities.
Individual Giving Officer (full-time, permanent)
Salary: Competitive (plus employer’s pension contribution)
Location: Central London (with the possibility of occasional overseas travel)
Interview dates: 10th & 11th August 2016
Working within newly formed Individual Giving Team, the Individual Giving Officer role is a great opportunity to play a key part in delivering Farm Africa’s new fundraising and communications strategy, bringing in unrestricted income of over £1.1m a year. Reporting to the Individual Giving Manager, you will play a key role in the planning and delivery of the Individual Giving programme, working on a range of fundraising campaigns to key audiences using both on and offline channels. You will also work closely with colleagues across the wider organisation to find innovative ways to expand our supporter base and build new streams of support in our evolving fundraising portfolio.
This is a great opportunity for someone with digital fundraising experience to help shape the future of Farm Africa’s Individual Giving programme.
You will bring previous experience of working within a fundraising department, preferably within the charity sector, and will have planned and delivered fundraising appeals both on and offline. You will have the ability to manage a busy and varied workload. You will also have excellent attention to detail, exceptional communication skills and be ready to take the next step in your fundraising career.
This is an incredibly exciting time to join Farm Africa as we launch our new organisational strategy and work to broaden our fundraising portfolio. You will join a talented and committed Fundraising and Communications department with a clear vision to increase awareness of Farm Africa’s work and make a lasting difference to the lives of families across eastern Africa.
More details about this role can be found in the job description and the deadline for applications is midnight on Sunday 7 August.
If you are interested in this role, please send a CV and supporting letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with the job title as the subject heading.
Unfortunately we will only be able to reply to applicants who will be invited for an interview.
Note: Farm Africa will not be accepting any applications from third parties and request that we receive no contact from third parties in respect of this vacancy.
Community Fundraising Volunteer
Location: Farm Africa London office, 140 London Wall, EC2Y 5DN
Duration: 2-3 days a week for a minimum of three months.
How to apply: Please send a CV and covering letter, FAO Denis to email@example.com
Deadline: 10am on Monday 8 August 2016
We are looking for a bright and motivated volunteer who is an excellent communicator and enjoys talking on the phone, and is looking for valuable experience in the charity sector.
Farm Africa works with a variety of community groups, schools, universities and churches, which work to raise vital funds, provide a regional presence and raise awareness of global issues and how we work to address those issues. The community fundraising supporter base forms a solid and steadily growing income stream to Farm Africa which is why we now need additional support from a volunteer.
The role will involve speaking to a wide range of supporters by telephone and email and researching groups and activities for our volunteer speaker network. You will also have the opportunity to get involved in our student fundraising programme - helping us to inspire university students to fundraise for Farm Africa through their RAGs or Societies. You will also play a vitally important role in supporting the administrative side by sending out fundraising packs and keeping the database up to date.
In return we can offer you an introduction and induction to fundraising and an international NGO as well as training in key areas such as our database. This is in addition to expenses in line with our expenses policy.
Please note this is London-based voluntary role and as such we can only consider applicants who already have permission to live and volunteer in the UK. We cannot sponsor visas or similar for applicants from overseas for this role.
Location: UK wide
We’re looking for new speakers throughout the UK. You don’t need any previous public speaking experience, just a passion for Farm Africa and our work.
We offer a full day's training and ongoing support for all of our speakers.