Fundraising Coordinator

Climate Outreach

£22,950 - £28,050 pa

Paid • Full or Part Time • Fixed Term Contract 01865403165 Mark Saunders

Sectors: carbon, climate & energy, environmental policy & campaigning

Closing date: Thursday, 5th July 2018  

Fundraising Coordinator

  • Salary: £22,950 - £28,050 depending on experience (plus benefits)
  • Hours: 80% or full time (28 - 35 hours per week)
  • Contract: 12 month contract (with a probation period of 3 months)
  • Location: Ideally- The Old Music Hall, Cowley Road, Oxford, OX4 1JE
  • Applications due: by midnight 5 July 2018
  • Interviews: week commencing 16 July 2018
  • Role envisioned to start in September 2018

We’re looking for a motivated and organised individual to coordinate the fundraising activities of our growing team as we work to transform public engagement with climate change. Reporting directly to the Executive Director you’ll be responsible for administering grant applications, maintaining existing relationships with donors and potentially community fundraising. This is a varied and dynamic role where direct experience of fundraising is beneficial but where an ability to support the team, be proactive, and manage systems for submitting funding applications is most critical.

You will use your organisational skills and eye for detail to provide a mixture of essential coordination, operational and administrative support, in a busy and friendly office.


Climate Outreach are an Oxford-based ‘think-and-do’ tank, and Europe’s leading specialists in climate change communication. Our aim is to create a society where climate change and its human impacts are understood, accepted and acted upon in a manner that creates a truly sustainable future.

We have over 14 years of experience widening and broadening public engagement with climate change, and our reputation is built on our careful and consistent use of academic research in our projects and publications. Through collaborations with some of the UK’s leading universities, consultancy and commissioned work from the public and voluntary sectors, we have developed a diverse and growing portfolio of research projects.

Over the past three years the organisation has expanded significantly and now operates internationally. Our expansion is based both on the increasing recognition of the need for our work combined with our growing reputation which has meant we have an ambitious business plan that you will be central to delivering and further developing

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