The Pebbles Project Trust seeks to appoint two fundraisers to join our team based in Stellenbosch.
Pebbles Project reserves the right not to fill this vacancy and EE candidates may be given preference.
If you have not been invited for an interview within 8 weeks of submission, please consider your application unsuccessful.
Closing date: 16th February 2024
- Position 1 – full time, permanent position
- Position 2 – full time, fixed term contract (maternity cover April – September 2024)
- Relevant degree/diploma or other training undertaken relevant to the fundraising role
- A proven track record in areas of fundraising, including (but not limited to) PR/marketing, events, corporate/trust fundraising
- Computer Literate
- Fluent in written and spoken English (second South African or European language an advantage, but not essential)
- Valid driving licence and own reliable transport
- Ability to work independently and as part of our great team
- Ability to work flexible hours (occasional weekends and evenings)
- Ability to plan and prioritise work, meet deadlines, with strong attention to detail
- Exceptional communication skills, problem-solving skills, stress management, creativity, resourcefulness and an openness to learning and growth
- Working hours are Monday to Friday, from 08h00 – 17h00
- NPO-related salary
- Annual bonus (funding dependent and trustee approval)
- Career development opportunities
- Organisation pension plan
- Additional 12 paid holiday leave days above statutory leave
- Birthday leave
- Access to quality Primary Healthcare and Dental services
- Maternity, Parental and Adoption leave
- Comprehensive induction programme
- Long service rewards
POSITION CRITICAL PERFORMANCE AREAS:
- Fundraising from Local, National and International Donors
- Donor Relationship Management
- Event Planning and Management
- PR and Marketing
- Recycled Soap Project Management
Policy Information: The Pebbles Project Trust has zero tolerance of child abuse. Protecting babies, children and young people from abuse and neglect is integral to the provision of services we deliver to these children and their families. It is a core responsibility for all Pebbles Project staff.