The successful applicant will demonstrate passion for social development projects and for education.
Required skills and personal attributes:
A teaching or social science degree / diploma is preferable
Excellent administrative and organisational skills
Good communication skills – oral, written and listening
The ability to speak and understand an African language would be advantageous
Good time management skills
Computer skills: Microsoft Word, Excel, internet
The ability to work co-operatively in a team and independently
Availability to work on Saturdays is non-negotiable as part of a 5 day working week
Appreciate working in a values-driven, Christian environment
Willingness to uphold the ethos and traditions of the school
Willingness to apply for clearance with the Child Protection Act and Sexual Offences Register.
Fundraising as a core competence
The ability to develop and maintain relationships
The ability to research potential new donors in the funding world (Corporates, Trusts, Foundations, government donors, institutional donors etc.)
The ability to write funding proposals and reports with passion, effectiveness and ease
Tenacity to keep working until funding deals are concluded
Basic knowledge of budgeting
The ability to set up administrative systems to record and update donor information.
If the position matches your skills and experience, please email a two-page CV with two contactable references to the email address below.
The school reserves the right not to make an appointment. Submission of an application does not in itself entitle the applicant to an interview.
Senderwood, Bedfordview, Gauteng, South Africa