Community Partnerships Coordinator £28-£30k (0.6 FTE)

We’re looking for a fundraiser who is passionate about transforming the lives of children and young people in our community!

You’ll be responsible for nurturing and growing our individual giving and developing community partnerships with local businesses, schools and networks to resource our cradle to career offer. In return, you can expect flexible working arrangements, sustained professional development, genuine team support and scope to shape the role and your priorities.

The deadline for applications is midnight 3rd October 2021.

We are interviewing on a rolling basis, so apply as soon as you are ready via Charity Jobs here

We positively welcome applications from a wide range of personal experiences and professional backgrounds. If you would like an informal chat about the role before applying, please email

* Take Back the Power Are Recruiting *

Are you a young person (16-25) with a passion for organising for social justice? We want people like YOU!

7 Youth Organiser Roles (London Living Wage)-5 hours pw to 31 March 2022 (with the potential to extend)

Take Back the Power are recruiting a new group of young, radical change makers, who are committed to working for change with and alongside other young people.

We are looking for young people, particularly those that identify as being from Black or from other racially minoritsed groups, who have experience of inequalities and injustices, and who are motivated by these experiences to make a difference locally!

We are offering seven paid roles. You will be offered training and support. You will also be linked into a wider network of other young system changers.

For more information download the Take Back the Power Call to Action here, and get the role outline here

We are interviewing on a rolling basis, so apply as soon as you can on the application form here:

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We are a London Living Wage Employer

We are a London Living Wage Employer.
Our pay ratio is 3:1, which means that our highest paid staff are not paid more than three times our lowest paid staff, who earn at least the London Living Wage. Our values are important to us. Our mission matters.