£1 per annum + Unpaid
over 3 years ago
Penal Reform International (PRI) is a leading international not-for-profit non-governmental organisation (NGO) committed to promoting and implementing penal reform worldwide.
We are looking for a part-time fundraising research intern to join our team based in London. This is an excellent opportunity for either a student or graduate seeking a career in fundraising, marketing, human rights or the broader charity environment, or someone with relevant work experience in another sector looking to move into the not-for-profit sector, to gain solid experience and develop their skills.
The successful candidate will be business-minded, self-motivated, creative and enthusiastic about human rights. They will assist the Fundraising Manager in the development and implementation of PRI's global income generation and engagement strategy. This will include undertaking desk-based research into potential funders, conducting market research assisting with the implementation of a new database, supporting in the drafting of fundraising
proposals and other ad hoc. The intern will be well supported throughout and integrated into the staff team.
The internship will ideally be for a six to nine-month period, starting in August or September 2017, and we ask for a commitment of approximately 20-25 hours per week. Travel within London zones and lunch expenses will be reimbursed according to our volunteer expenses policy.
For more details and to apply for this role please send your CV and a completed application form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Application forms can be found at https://www.penalreform.org/jobs/
Closing date/time for applications: 14 July 2017 at 12pm GMT
Selection interviews: On 19-21 July 2017
Start date: August/September 2017
PRI values diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community regardless of age, disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity, faith or gender.
As Penal Reform International is a small NGO, unfortunately we are unable to assist with obtaining a
visa to stay or come to the UK, so can only consider applicants who currently have the right to live
and volunteer in the UK.