Join The Team.

As we approach our 10 year anniversary, there’s never been a better time to get involved with Street Child - one of the most dynamic and most exciting international development charities around!

Street Child is dedicated to empowering some of the world’s most vulnerable children by giving them the chance to go to school and giving their families the sustainable means to keep them there. Join our team and help us get even more children into school and learning.

Current Vacancies. 

Head of Philanthropy - We are seeking a talented professional to lead our vital UK and global fundraising efforts from trusts, foundations and corporations. This senior management role reports to Street Child’s Global Fundraising Director but will also work intimately with the CEO and Regional Programme Directors.  You will manage a growing team of 8-10 FTE, plus interns, based mainly in Street Child’s London HQ but also in our smaller San Francisco and Barcelona locations, pursuing opportunities through Street Child’s 501(c)(3) and multiple European, as well as UK, registrations.

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PR & Content Manager - We are looking for a PR & Content manager to help us tell powerful stories about our work, to promote our flagship fundraising events (including the award winning Sierra Leone Marathon) and to support our ambitious growth plans. We are looking for someone with a keen interest in social affairs who is able to distil complex information into short, engaging copy with hooks to encourage people to want to find out more.  You’ll be a dynamic self-starter with the confidence to engage and maintain strong relationships with key stakeholders internally and externally.

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Afghanistan Programmes Manager x2 - These 2 positions will report to Street Child’s Asia Director and will work intimately together, alongside a strong, long-standing, national leadership team. The first goal is to support the excellent delivery of Street Child’s programme portfolio in Afghanistan. The second goal is to help secure new opportunities through thoughtful programme development work and strong external representation. The team could consist of two equal members or one more senior member and one less experienced member.

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Sierra Leone Programmes Manager - This role reports to Street Child’s Africa Director and will work intimately with SCoSL’s excellent national leadership team. The first goal is to support strong delivery of Street Child’s programme portfolio in Sierra Leone (typically c.£750k - £1.5m p/a). The second goal is to help Street Child secure new opportunities through thoughtful programme development work and strong external representation.

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