|Not-for-profit Development Intern at Cause4 - Exclusive to UCL Summer Internship Scheme|
|Salary:||£9.75 per hour (London Living Wage)|
|Date Posted:||20 March 2017|
|Vacancy Type:||UCL Internship|
Job title: Not-for-profit Development Intern
Job type: Summer Internship
Location: Aldgate, London E1
Salary: £9.75 Per hour (London Living Wage)
Duration: 6 weeks full-time either from 12th June - 21st July, or from 10th July - 18th August
Application Deadline: 2pm Monday 3rd April 2017
is a social enterprise launched in May 2009 to support charities, social enterprises and philanthropists in development and fundraising across the charity, arts, sports and educational sectors in the UK and internationally.
champions disruptive philanthropy and new ways of scaling up charities and social enterprises. Learning lessons from the private sector to benefit not-for-profit organisations, helps attract the best graduate talent to work on some of the world’s most pressing issues. Provoking change is at the heart of our mission.
A thriving corporate portfolio means that we are increasingly engaged to run CSR programmes for organisations such as Close Brothers, Axiom Law and Santander and to advise and lead the set up of Corporate Foundations.
Since 2009 we have raised over for the clients with which we work and regularly raise over . Cause4 is now a registered B Corporation.
We work in three main areas:
Aims of the internship
seeks to support the development of the talent and skills necessary for creating a dynamic and resilient charitable sector fit for the 21st century. The model of talent development is experiential and stretching, giving participants extensive hands-on learning, mentoring and coaching, as well as access to a range of training opportunities focused on developing creativity, pro-activity, innovation and vision whilst being firmly rooted in best practice and ‘real life’ activity.
Graduates are recruited for their curiosity, ability to enquire, think and reflect independently, as well as for drive and ability to apply skills practicality. All strands of the development programmes aim to fast-track the graduate’s early career so that they can develop proven and effective business development knowledge and skills within their time with us.
This internship is an entry route onto Cause4’s graduate training programme – the Entrepreneurship Programme. It requires a self-starting individual with a willingness and capacity to learn quickly and a passion for the work of charities and social enterprises.
The expected outcomes of the internship are:
Activities, duties and responsibilities
This role will provide hands-on, practical experience and development of skills needed for fundraising, across a diverse client portfolio. It will be based at the Cause4 office in London.
- Developing a full understanding of individual profiles of specific clients within the portfolio of Cause4, and use this to help develop client strategy documents and fundraising bids
The successful candidate will gain experience in the following areas:
Skills and Experience that would be useful for this internship - applications will be shortlisted on this criteria
Knowledge, Skills and Experience Required:
Please note: If you are successful in being made an offer from the company for this internship, you will need to complete an Internship Agreement Letter and return this to UCL Careers before the internship starts.
Benefits and tangible skills/ experience the intern will gain by the end of the internship
The intern will gain the following from his/her placement with Cause4:
Degree subjects that might be most relevant for the role
Politics / International Relations / Business Studies – However Cause4 would also be interested in interviewing candidates from other subjects. Primarily we are looking for candidates with a genuine interest in a career in the charity sector.
This opportunity is part of the UCL Careers Summer Internship Scheme. Part of the wage for the successful intern is provided by Santander Universities, but the successful intern will be paid the full amount through the host company's payroll as normal.
Note: By applying for this vacancy below, you confirm that you are a current UCL student, recent UCL graduate or member of UCL research staff only. You must submit a cover letter tailored specifically to this role as part of the application.
Due to the high amount of interest that we receive for each of our roles, we will unfortunately be unable to respond to each application individually. Only successful applicants will be contacted directly by the recruiter offering this vacancy.
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