Closing Date: 06/03/2017
The Nehemiah Project is a small Christian charity, based in South London, that provides professional and life-changing support for men trapped in a spiral of addiction and crime. In partnership with the British Association of the Order of Malta, the Nehemiah Project is expanding its services in London, helping to address the root issues that cause men to turn to substance abuse, to help them to break free from addictive and criminal behaviour and to begin to rebuild their lives. The ideal candidate will be passionate about helping to promote this work.
The main objective of the role is to develop and manage relationships through the Order of Malta, and other charities and agencies with whom Nehemiah works closely to contribute to the development of Nehemiah and its charitable activities. Additionally the role will involve the development and management of a volunteering programme, event management for fundraising activities and the creation and deployment of communications, marketing and materials.
The role can be done full-time or part-time, with flexible hours and working from home also considered.
Click here for more details on the role and how to apply: partnership-manager-job-description
London, United Kingdom
Organiser: Lorna Hawthorne: Lorna.Hawthorne@tnp.org.uk
Contact Phone Number: +44 (0)20 8773 7414
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