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Job description

School Partnerships Manager

We are looking for a committed and engaging person to join our small team who are developing AFFCAD UK during an exciting time of growth to ensure our long-term sustainability. This role will be responsible for developing and supporting our relationships with school partners to raise funds and awareness for the work we are doing empowering communities in Uganda.

We currently hold relationships with 3 schools in London. This role will support us to develop and nurture these relationships and develop a formalised strategy for our school partnerships programme over the next 2 – 5 years. 

This is an important but flexible role in which the volunteer can develop their skills whilst working alongside our leadership team and trustees. 

We are looking for applications from a range of potential volunteers that think that they can support this programme – if this sounds interesting to you please do get in touch and let us know how you might be able to help us to grow this important source of income and support young people to become positive global citizens. 


  • Develop and support the implementation of AFFCAD School Partnerships strategy 

  • Liaise and develop relationships with points of contacts within existing school partnerships

  • Lead on and participate in fun and engaging assemblies and classes for young people 

  • Coordinate and attend school fundraising events on behalf of AFFCAD UK 

  • Develop a programme/package of activities that can be used to pitch to new schools and provide structure for activities within schools

  • Develop policies and processes around our school partnerships e.g. safeguarding, risk assessments 


  • Energetic, enthusiastic and hands-on! 

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Ability to work independently 

  • Desire to make a difference 

  • Desired: Experience working within a school environment/ motivating and encouraging children and young people

  • Interest in education, international development, youth empowerment 

  • Proven working experience developing relationships/ experience in fundraising

Time commitment: 

Estimated at 2-3 days/month - this may vary depending on projects/events. 

You can split up your time however best suits you, but would need to be available for meetings/calls with school staff within school hours (9am - 4pm). 

A bit about us: 

AFFCAD UK is a grassroots charity supporting projects focused on youth empowerment, education, health in Bwaise, Uganda. We work in partnership with AFFCAD Uganda to identify needs and deliver relevant programmes in the local community. We are run by a team of part-time volunteers with a full-time love for what we do. 

We’re a great bunch of people to work alongside; everyone has great enthusiasm for our work and programmes and together we pull off ambitious projects like rebuilding Excel Primary School. You’ll be asked to contribute ideas from the get-go and will see how the work you’re doing feeds into our work in Uganda. 

Refreshed on: 30 November 2023
Closing date: 14 January 2024 at 23:59
Tags: Intl Development,Teaching

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