Four jobs are coming up at the Karuna Trust, the FWBO's most successful fundraising Right Livelihood.
They say -
"Join a mixed team of committed Dharma practitioners and contribute to our work in raising over £1.5 million a year to help thousands of marginalised people in South Asia to transform their lives. We work with a wide range of social and Dhamma projects in India and Nepal, including many outside the FWBO and TBMSG.Trust Fundraising Officer
You will be responsible for maintaining and developing our crucial grant income from charitable trusts and foundations, and from online donors. You will be self-motivated and ambitious, with excellent writing and computer skills. Some experience of fundraising is desirable.Door to door appeals fundraiser and trainer
(male applicants only please)
You will share the responsibility for the recruitment and training of appeal volunteers, especially men, as well as doing some fundraising yourself. You have either already proved your fundraising ability on at least two appeals, or are willing to do so, and possess a developed ability to tune into others and help them to deepen their self-awareness. You are able to work well both independently and as part of a team.Donor Care Assistant
Acting as first point of contact between Karuna and its supporters, you will be responsible for maintaining our database of 7,000 regular donors, including the administration of standing order gifts. You will be systematic, have an eye for detail, good IT skills, and a friendly telephone manner.Marketing Officer
(2 ½ days per week)
You will be responsible for Karuna’s profile both within and outside the FWBO: at events, on the internet and in its printed publicity materials. You will be creative, a good communicator, with an eye for good design and copy.
You will receive a generous needs-based support package equivalent to about £15,000 per year for a single person (including pension contributions) as well as professional training and 8 weeks of annual leave. You will also be near to the large and vibrant London and North London Buddhist Centres, with the opportunity to live in a residential community, including the attractive Karuna men’s community.
The closing date for applications is 13th June. Interviews will take place in the week commencing 30th June.
For more information on any of these posts please contact Chandrasurya on firstname.lastname@example.org
or phone +44 (0)20 7700 3434.
To learn more about Karuna’s work in South Asia visit www.karuna.org
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