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Want to work for an internationally operating membership organisation making a difference to the lives of victims of child sexual abuse around the world? As a UK based charity we are central to national and international efforts to eliminate child sexual abuse material online. And you can be too.

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Development Director

£61,255 + benefits

Cambridge (with occasional international travel)

Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) is a world leading charity and self-regulatory body that works in partnership with the online industry, police, government, and international partners to minimise the availability of child sexual abuse material online. We are the most successful Hotline in the world for reporting child sexual abuse material: when we were founded, just 22 years ago, 18% of known child sexual abuse material was hosted in the UK. Since 2004 it has been less than 1% and in 2017 was 0.3%. Our work is increasingly global in nature. We deliver trusted technical services internationally and our 137 members include some of the largest internet companies in the world, including UK ISPs BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin, and global giants Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple and Microsoft.

At a strategically important time, as we seek to retain and build upon our global position to minimise the availability of child sexual abuse material online worldwide, we now wish to appoint our first Development Director to diversify and grow our income. 

The Development Director will lead on the development and implementation of a comprehensive and effective income generation strategy, which will include membership, sale of technical services, sponsorship and fundraising from statutory funds, trusts and foundations and donations. IWF’s current income of £3.5m is largely drawn from its membership and European Union funding, and our new Director will therefore be responsible for identifying new business and fundraising opportunities and exploring untapped and underdeveloped markets in the UK and internationally.  

We are seeking a creative and confident senior fundraiser or business development professional, who will be able to bring their expertise to develop a wide range of income sources and contribute across our charity as an active part of the senior management team. The role will involve creating partnerships with multiple stakeholders in the UK and overseas, and we need a leader with the credibility and gravitas to steward and influence senior stakeholders, both internally and externally. We need a people person, who will have a passion for motivating, mentoring and developing staff. We are open to people from a range of backgrounds: your experience could have come from the business, charity, education or membership sectors, or beyond. 

This is a crucial role for IWF and we are excited about building our development function under the leadership of an ambitious Development Director. 

Please note that the post holder will not be required to view any images or videos of online child sexual abuse. 

For more information about this role and details of how to apply please visit www.peridotportal.co.uk/iwf

For a confidential discussion please contact our consultant at Peridot Partners: Emma Harvey on 07702 678653 or emma@peridotpartners.co.uk 

Closing date: 9am Monday 4th June 2018.

We welcome applications regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, disability, or age. All applications will be considered solely on merit.

 

Marketing and Events Manager 

£43,328 + benefits

Location: Cambridge, UK 

The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) is a world leading charity and self-regulatory body that works in partnership with the online industry, police, government, and international partners to minimise the availability of child sexual abuse material online. We are the most successful Hotline in the world for reporting and removing child sexual abuse material. Our work is increasingly global in nature. We deliver trusted technical services internationally and our 137 members include some of the largest internet companies in the world, including Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google and Microsoft. 

At a strategically important time, as we seek to retain and build upon our global position to minimise the availability of child sexual abuse material online worldwide, we now wish to appoint a Marketing & Events Manager to work as part of the Development team to diversify and grow our income. 

The Marketing & Events Manager will lead on the development and implementation of a comprehensive and effective marketing strategy, which will include membership, taking new products to market and setting price points, exploring untapped and underdeveloped markets in the UK and internationally.  

We are seeking a creative and confident experienced marketing professional, who will be able to bring their expertise in selling sensitive material to challenging audiences. The role will involve creating partnerships with multiple stakeholders in the UK and overseas, and we need a persuasive people person, who will have the ability to sell our work without losing sight of the overall mission. 

The post might suit professionals who have worked in a charity, education or business background. 

This role will not require the post holder to view images or videos of child sexual abuse.

CVs will not be accepted. Please complete the forms and send them to recruitment@iwf.org.uk.

Closing date: 5pm Monday 28 May 2018.

Interviews date: Friday 8 June 2018.

This position is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

The IWF is an Equal Opportunities employer and welcome applications from a wide range of backgrounds. 

JD Marketing & Events Manager 

Application Form Oct 17

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Development Assistant (Part-time)

£14,628 pa + benefits for 20 hours per week (Ideally 10am–2pm each day)

Location: Cambridge, UK 

Working with the Development team you will provide first class administrative support, maintaining our key member databases and dealing with enquires and renewals. Knowledge of working in a membership organisation will be an advantage, however it will be your dynamic, helpful and customer-focused personality which will set you apart. With a background including general office administration and dealing with a variety of customers, you will bring a pro-active, problem solving approach to a varied and challenging role. 

This role will not require the post holder to view images or videos of child sexual abuse.

CVs will not be accepted. Please complete the forms and send them to recruitment@iwf.org.uk.

Closing date: Monday 28 May 2018.

Interview date: Tuesday 5 June 2018.

This position is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

JD Development Assistant 

Application Form Oct 17

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

Self Disclosure Form

 

Communications Assistant (Part-time)

£14,268 pa + benefits for 20 hours per week (Ideally 10am-2pm each day) 

Location: Cambridge, UK 

The IWF is looking for a bright and energetic communications assistant to join its External Relations Team. You must be willing to learn fast and muck in with all aspects of what we do. This covers PR, social media, marketing, our website and public affairs. Aside from the salary and usual benefits you’ll be rewarded with the opportunity to gain all-round communications experience on a national and international level. You’ll work on national campaigns, liaise with local, national and international media, support the planning and running of events, and have the opportunity to work with some of the biggest names on the Internet. We cherish a commitment to the IWF’s cause and need someone who can prioritise their time, is brimming with ideas, has a friendly and out-going personality and feels comfortable talking to people at all levels. 

This role will not require the post holder to view images or videos of child sexual abuse.

CVs will not be accepted. Please complete the forms and send them to recruitment@iwf.org.uk.

Closing date: Monday 28 May 2018.

Interview date: Thursday 14 June 2018.

This position is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

JD Communications Assistant 

Application Form Oct 17

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

Self Disclosure Form

 

Quality Assurance Officer (Part-time)

£13,421 pa + benefits for 14 hours per week

Location: Cambridge, UK 

We are looking for an individual to provide Quality Assurance of our Hotline. You will need to have a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail, with the ability to communicate effectively and demonstrate a systemic and methodical approach. To be successful, you will have experience of using and manipulating a variety of databases and understand the principle of confidentiality. Strong computer skills are essential, including Microsoft Office and databases as well as a statistical background. Knowledge of tools, concepts and methodologies of QA and knowledge of relevant regulatory requirements.

This post will require you to view images.

CVs will not be accepted. Please complete the forms and send them to recruitment@iwf.org.uk.

Closing date: Monday 28 May 2018.

Interview date: Friday 22 June 2018. Personal Interview: TBA.

This position is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

JD Quality Assurance Officer

Application Form Oct 17

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

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