About Send a Cow
Send a Cow is a dynamic international development charity providing training and support to smallholder farmers in Africa. We work with families and communities to help them gain the hope and the means to secure their own futures from the land, in line with our vision of a confident and thriving rural Africa.
Our Organisational values are at the heart of all we do. These values guide us in how to behave; whether amongst ourselves, interacting with our supporters, or delivering our work. We place a high priority on ensuring that those recruited to work for us share and demonstrate our values of Integrity, Accountability and Compassion.
About the role
Our Development Team sits at the heart of our mission. We’re looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Development Administration Assistant to support the team to enhance their effectiveness in delivering fundraising and marketing activities in line with the annual plan. This is a varied role that will involve supporting different fundraising teams with tasks such as assisting with website updates, preparing social media content, helping teams respond to volunteers and supporters via email and telephone, keeping databases updated and helping with event preparation. For more details about the role, please see the job description below.
Why join us?
Everyone at Send a Cow has a belief in our mission and has a passion to see sustainable change in rural Africa. We all play a key part in its success. As part of the Send a Cow team, you will be welcomed into a supportive, learning culture. We offer flexible working practices, 25 annual leave days (increasing up to 30 days after 5 years), and a 6% employer pension contribution. Our teams are dynamic and always looking for new ideas and innovations to grow.
We have ambitious growth plans to help change the lives of millions of people rural Africa. If you have the essential skills required for this position and the passion for our mission and values, we would love to hear from you. Applications close at 9am on Thursday 16th January with the successful candidate likely to start in February 2022.