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Paid and voluntary positions in London and the Bay Area are posted here. For positions in other offices (Berlin, Paris, Madrid, Milan, Survival Brasil), please see the Survival website in the relevant language.
Please note, Survival doesn’t send volunteers to tribal communities, or sponsor any visitors other than our own staff. We do assist some projects with tribal peoples, but these are run by the tribes themselves.
Why join our team?
Working at Survival is about being part of a brave organization with a long and inspiring history, one that effects real change. Our work is preventing the annihilation of tribes worldwide. And our campaigns have succeeded, time and time again.
Our objective is to champion tribal peoples’ rights and so diversity and inclusion is the cornerstone of our work. Survival is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace and actively welcomes applications from candidates of all backgrounds. We will not discriminate on the basis of any aspect of your identity.
We uphold these principles in our behaviors and practices – as an employer and as a campaigning organization.
Community fundraising officer (London - Hybrid, UK)
Are you a creative self-starter with lots of energy and ideas? Do you have experience working in community fundraising or outreach for a non-profit? And do you want to work for an organisation that helps make the world a better place? We’re offering a rewarding opportunity for a highly skilled community fundraiser to play a key role within Survival’s Supporter Services department.
This is an exciting role where you will focus on planning and growing our fundraising events including the Run for Survival and all other aspects of community fundraising and outreach, ensuring we nurture our supporters’ engagement and build their loyalty.
As part of a small and very busy organisation, you will be handling a broad workload. This role is self-driven, organised and creative, requiring excellent organisational, planning and communication skills as well as a significant interest in donor and supporter engagement, a good sense of judgement, compassion and a strong interest in our cause.
Download the full job listing here (PDF).
TO APPLY: please complete the application form (Word doc) and send together with your CV (2 pages maximum) and a covering letter (1 page maximum) to [email protected]