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Events Officer - International Development

Events Officer - International Development

  • Location:

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Events

  • Contract type:

    Contract

  • Salary:

    £26000.00 - £30000.00 per annum

  • Contact:

    Andrew Warburton

  • Contact email:

    Fundraising@tpp.co.uk

  • Salary high:

    30000

  • Salary low:

    26000

  • Job ref:

    J66062AW_1528386445

  • Published:

    6 months ago

  • Duration:

    12 Months

  • Expiry date:

    2018-07-07

  • Start date:

    ASAP

  • Consultant:

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A globally-recognised International Development charity based in London is currently looking for an Events Officer to join their team for an initial 12 months, starting ASAP.

Key responsibilities will include:

  • Assisting with planning/organising challenge events
  • To fully project-manage specific events and assist with other events as necessary
  • To ensure events are marketed effectively online, working with the Digital Fundraising team (particularly via the use of search marketing and social media)
  • Stewardship of participants to ensure they receive the best care and to subsequently maximise their income potential

You should be experienced in project-managing events and taking the lead on social media campaigns, google analytics and email banners etc. With at least a couple of years' experience in an events team, you will be joining a close-knit team of dedicated Events Fundraisers, with everyone pulling together for a common goal. There will also be opportunities to deputise for the manager at times within this role, and gain excellent experience in the process.

If you are interested in this role or wish to register with TPP to hear about future posts, please call Andrew on 020 7198 6040 or send your CV to fundraising@tpp.co.uk. We do try to get in touch with all applications of interest however due to the volume of applications we receive this isn't always possible.