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AWF Coordinator (Part time)

AWF is looking for a dedicated and enthusiastic person to join our team and play a vital role in ensuring the future growth and excellence of the organisation. AWF has enjoyed a fantastic year of growth and change in 2017, mostly due to the support of our dedicated Supporter Network. We are keen to see this positive momentum maintained and increased.

The AWF Coordinator will have a large role in managing the day to day operations of the organisation along with contributing to higher level strategic planning around expanding our reach and impact. They will also provide guidance and identify challenges and opportunities to improve efficiency across the administrative support functions.

The role will report directly to the CEO and the AWF board and work closely with the Project Advisors.


1. Planning and administration

  • Provide general administrative assistance to the CEO (Esther Charlesworth) and the AWF team
  • Maintain general oversight and ensure accuracy of compliance and governance
  • Be responsible for logistics and scribing of board meetings, including collation and distribution of documents
  • Be responsible for scheduling of weekly team meetings with CEO and project advisors, including prioritisation of activities
  • Assist in development of processes and tools to increase company efficiency and risk management.

2. AWF Supporter Network

  • Assist the CEO in maintaining and managing relationships with the supporter network, including managing supporter agreements, assisting in organising network events and maintaining communications
  • Identify, secure and foster new partnership opportunities in collaboration with the CEO

3. Marketing and PR

  • Manage, direct and oversee social media resource to maintain positive online presence
  • Prepare and disseminate high quality written communication/s on social media
  • Co-ordinate the identification and invitation of potential future supporters of AWF

4. Grants and Fundraising

  • Investigate opportunities, coordinate timetabling and prepare submissions for grants and other fundraising prospects

5. Outreach to wider sector

  • Identify and build relationships with key stakeholders in the NGO sector

Selection Criteria

  • Previous experience in the not-for-profit, community and/ or humanitarian sector
  • Previous experience reporting to a volunteer board
  • Strong leadership qualities, including strategic thinking and ability to inspire others
  • Outstanding stakeholder engagement and relationship management skills
  • Ability to develop and oversee coordination of complex and multiple plans and timelines
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills

Please forward CV and application letter to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by Friday 26 January, 2018.




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