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All Stars London, Remote
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Seeking talented individual who can help us tell our story of growth and resilience to a wider network of potential supporters.
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Remote
£1,000 per month
Contract, Part-time, Temporary, 3 month
Job description

All Stars London is a grassroots charity that helps young people from London’s poorest communities to ‘perform their lives’ – both onstage and off. 

Since 2014, we have helped hundreds of young people to transform their lives through the power of performance. Our Young Leaders programme is a three-month cycle of performance-based training that builds the confidence and skills of youth aged 14-19. We offer them access to unfamiliar spaces and careers through Bridge-Building activities, mentoring and work experience. Each cycle ends with a Talent Show, organised, produced and hosted by the Young Leaders themselves.

Since the pandemic, youth anxiety and isolation have been at an all-time high. By adapting our programmes to keep young people connected to new opportunities, All Stars has had a positive and demonstrable impact on young people’s well-being as well as their career prospects. 

In 2022, we are looking for a talented Fundraising Campaign Communications Manager who can help us tell this story of growth and resilience to a wider network of potential supporters. Over the last few years, we’ve completed a three-year grant from the London Assembly and recently received funding from the Garfield Weston Foundation.

Across three months, the Funding Campaign Manager will take the lead in marketing and building new relationships for a fundraising event in Spring 2022. 

The role will focus on creating content for social media and direct marketing that shares our work and promotes the upcoming fundraising event. We are hoping to reach new audiences of potential corporate and individual supporters.

We are looking for a creative person who is confident using social media tools, email, newsletters, etc to promote successful fundraising campaigns. This is a brand-new role, working directly with the charity’s founders to help shape our messaging. We are looking for someone with excellent interpersonal skills, strong initiative and flexibility, as well as the ability to understand and capture the charity’s voice and vision. 

The position is part-time for a fixed term of three months, with the possibility of further work in the second half of 2022, depending on the success of the campaign. Hours will primarily be worked remotely.

The successful candidate must have: 

  • Demonstrable experience in leading fundraising campaign in charity sector

  • Track record of using social media tools to achieve campaign goals 

  • Ability to work cooperatively, building strong working relationships within and outside the charity

  • Initiative and creative ideas to help the charity access new networks

  • Strong communication with Trustees and adaptation based on feedback

  • Passion for social change, particularly in offering with young people from poor communities

  • A self-starter who can effectively manage their own workload 

Skills & personality requirements 

  • IT and social media skills including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok

  • Knowledge of emerging social platforms

  • Strong English writing skills 

  • Good organisational skills 

  • Ability to understand safeguarding and data protection (GDPR) procedures

  • Friendliness, enthusiasm, dedication, responsiveness, flexibility, and eagerness in supporting the mission of All Stars London 

Time commitment

  • 1-2 days per week, with self-regulated, flexible hours

  • minimum 3 month commitment with possible extension

  • you will report to the Programme Coordinator

How to apply 

Please submit your CV and cover letter demonstrating the experience and skills listed in the job description by 5pm on Wednesday 26th Jan . Because of the large number of applications expected, we will only contact selected candidates to arrange an interview. 

Salary

£3,000

Candidate must have self-employed status. 

Application resources
More about All Stars London

All Stars London is a grassroots community organisation, using a performance-based approach to transform the lives of young people. We believe ... Read more

Posted on: 17 January 2022
Closing date: 26 January 2022
Tags: Communications, PR,Fundraising

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