Contract: Fixed Term Contract (up to 12mths, Maternity Cover)
Hours: 35 hours per week
We are looking to appoint a dynamic Senior Campaigns and Public Affairs Officer, working from our London office. As part of the Policy and Campaigns team, you will help to implement hard-hitting, insightful campaigns, policy and public affairs work, which effectively influences decision makers and opinion formers. Working across a wide range of activities, including CAF’s flagship #givingtuesday campaign, you will help set the agenda on issues affecting charities and charitable giving in the UK and internationally.
A proven campaigner or public affairs specialist, you will have the experience to help us promote greater giving to the public, business, government and to parliament. You may have worked for a minister or an MP at some stage in your career, or in a fast-paced campaigning, influencing or policy environment.
This role will lead our #givingtuesday campaign, and also work across a variety of different interesting policy areas, from building international civil society, to the effects of emerging technologies on charities and charitable giving.
We’re a charity, a bank and champion for better giving, and for over 90 years we’ve been helping donors, companies and charities make a bigger impact. We exist to make giving go further, so together we can transform more lives and communities around the world. We are CAF and we make giving count.
CAF is a Disability Confident Employer. We guarantee to interview disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the role. Please advise us if you consider yourself to have a disability.
For further information about this exciting opportunity or to apply please send your CV and a supporting statement explaining why you would be the best candidate for this position to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference number CM375. If this method of applying is not possible, then please contact a member of the HR team either by the email address above or by calling us on 03000 123 566 to discuss how we can support you to apply.
Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.
REMOVED 24/11/2020- Removed due to multiple errors in advert.