Campaign Development Officer

Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Organization: Partners for Change Ethiopia
Closing date: 30 Sep 2021

Applications are invited from someone who is enthusiastic, passionate about charitable work and looking to join a small but growing team led by a dedicated board of trustees managing the campaign. The role holder will share in managing the activities of the Tesfa Hope Campaign. The aims of the post are to enhance the network of funders and supporters establish strong communications with funders and supporters. The role will be responsible for organising activities and showcasing the works of PFC within a tight budget.

DEVELOPMENT OF THE CAMPAIGN This includes the following


Work with the co-ordinator and the Board to develop and implement a fundraising strategy for 2022 and beyond


Develop and maintain relationships with donors, sponsors, and partners associated with the events and campaigns.

Maintain records of donors, participants, and sponsor contacts.

Track and report on events, fundraising results and participant involvement;


Manage and coordinate events, including fundraising events, study and social meetings and support events organised by others.

Maintain an events calendar.

The role holder will work collaboratively on events with all members of the organization to achieve its fundraising goals.


Coordinate and deliver donor-centred communications for events and appeals; utilizing the organization’s technology platforms, including the website, to support its fundraising activities.

Write and post about events and campaigns on social media platforms.


This post is a part-time position, 0.2 FTE, but we expect to extend the role and the time spent as the campaign develops. The Development Officer will work directly with the Charity Co- ordinator who is also chair of trustees. The role holder will work from home but will be required to attend meetings, usually at our Cambridge centre once a month.

Payment is on a consultancy basis up to £120 per day plus expenses.


The role holder must be enthusiastic and committed to development work within Africa. Experience of the voluntary sector and/or international development is desirable

She/he must have excellent IT skills including use of social media and website management. Marketing skills are desirable.

Experience of fundraising is desirable.

The role is an excellent training opportunity for someone interested in a career in fundraising or who is looking to make a change in career.

How to apply:

Please write stating why you are interested in the post and enclosing a CV to the chair of trustees, John Binns, by email to or by post to 197 Chase Road, Burntwood, WS7 0EB

Application deadline: Thursday 30th September. Interviews on: Tuesday 12th October

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