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SOS Children's Villages is a world-leading charity in the care of unsupported children. We have projects in 125 countries and are made up of a federation of 135 country members. SOS Children's Villages UK is based in Cambridge and focusses on improving the lives of children and their families through campaigning for change, as well as raising funds for our programmes worldwide. 

We are always on the lookout for passionate and talented individuals who want to make a difference. Our vacancies are listed below and are updated frequently. 

If you are looking for a work experience opportunity in our Cambridge office, please email us at hello@sosuk.org. We do not offer volunteer opportunities in our projects overseas.

Circa £30,000, Cambridge.

Reporting to the Head of Corporate Partnerships, you will help to grow SOS Children’s Villages UK’s income from corporate partnerships across a range of programmes including strategic, multi-year collaborations, sponsorship, employee fundraising, Charity of the Year, payroll giving etc.

The perfect candidate will have demonstrable experience in managing and developing corporate partnerships across a range of engagement mechanisms. With high attention to detail, s/he will be self-motivated and a team player, capable of multi-tasking and prioritising under pressure. A confident presenter and networker, the postholder will demonstrate the ability to represent SOS UK externally, and to produce high quality prospect research, reports and pitch material.

Download the full job description here.
Download our fundraising structure here.

Circa £45,000, Cambridge
Reporting to the Director of Fundraising, you will grow SOS Children’s Villages UK’s income from corporate partnerships across a range of programmes including strategic, multi-year collaborations, sponsorship, employee fundraising, Charity of the Year, payroll giving etc.

The perfect candidate will have demonstrable experience gained in the charity sector, in acquiring, retaining and developing corporate partnerships across a range of sectors and engagement mechanisms. With high attention to detail, s/he will be self-motivated and a team player, capable of multi-tasking and prioritising under pressure. As the lead on corporate partnerships, s/he will play a key role in developing and delivering a robust strategy for the corporate partnerships team, and as such contribute to the charity’s longer-term business plan, working closely with the Director of Fundraising and as part of a newly established team.

Download the full job description here.

Download our fundraising structure here.