Freelance Fundraising Consultant
Duration: c.4-5 days per month for up to 12 months
We are looking for an experienced Freelance Fundraising Consultant to work with our organisation on a project-by-project basis. The Consultant will be responsible for preparing high-quality proposals and bids that effectively communicate YEF funded (or prospective YEF funded) project capabilities, expertise, and value proposition to secure funding to match YEF’s investment.
For more information, please download the job pack below.
Interested candidates should submit their CV, a cover letter outlining their relevant experience, details of their day rate and a portfolio or examples of previous successful bids they have worked on no later than 4pm Thursday 30th November 2023 to email@example.com .
Head of Change – Education
Reports to: Director of Change
Location: Central London, Hybrid*
Application closing: 9am, Tuesday 2nd January 2024
We’re here to prevent children from becoming involved in violence. We do this by finding out what works and building a movement to change things.
Our Change team does this by building excellent relationships and sharing evidence of what works with organisations and key individuals across the public, private, third sectors and local communities.
You believe in the importance of using evidence to inform violence prevention and enjoy sharing evidence to inform others. You have a keen interest in learning from research, identifying key findings and sharing these insights with people working in various sectors and organisations. You tailor your style and content to ensure evidence is understood and used.
Your role is to identify the best way to make change happen, win people over, build alliances and make things better for the children we exist to serve. You will do this by:
- Developing great relationships with policy makers, sector leaders and experts, including representing YEF in external meetings and speaking at events.
- Working out the most effective ways to connect people with the evidence, then making those things happen, from putting on a brilliant conference to regular virtual learning events.
- Leading our work to build coalitions and deliver tangible change in two focus areas: ‘Presence in Schools’ and ‘Neighbourhoods’.
We aim is to reflect the diversity of the communities we intend to serve at all levels of our organisation and encourage applicants from Black, Asian or other minority ethnic backgrounds.