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Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), Cambridge
We are seeking a tenacious and ambitious Development Manager to lead our income generation team.
Salary Scale: £45,708 – £57,482
Who we are
The IWF is the global expert body for tackling child sexual abuse images on the internet, wherever they are hosted in the world. Real children are abused and affected for life when images of their abuse are created and shared online. Eliminating them is our mission.
From our office in Cambridge, UK, we provide citizens in the UK and 43 other countries with a safe place to anonymously report online child sexual abuse. We also work through our membership community of international internet companies and in collaboration with 51 hotlines in 45 countries, together with our law enforcement and government partners globally to fight the problem.
Internet companies are being asked to demonstrate their leadership in creating a safer online world. Those companies who are IWF Members not only fund our work; they also use our valuable services to safeguard their networks; disrupting the sharing, hosting, and sale of images of children being sexually abused. Our IWF Members show the world they do the right thing. We’re an ambitious organisation, striving to achieve even more as the world leaders in our field.
You’ll be responsible for managing our income generation programme, leading the Development Team to proactively sell IWF membership and other services to grow our global base of companies and organisations to meet our vision. You’ll also manage our programme of fundraising including donations, grants and charitable giving.
We welcome applications from those from sales, technology, fundraising or charity backgrounds. To succeed in this role, you’ll need to share our vision; have a strong sense of strategy; and use your persuasive skills to talk to tough audiences to gain their support in working to eliminate online child sexual abuse imagery.
For the full job description for this exciting role please read the information below.
CVs will not be accepted.
IWF is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from people from all sections of the community. We would like to encourage applicants from BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) backgrounds and those with disabilities.
Due to the current Covid restrictions, the post holder will be home based initially with office and flexible working arrangements available in the future. The IWF offices are fully accessible.
You will not be required to view criminal images.
Closing date for applications is Friday 30 October 2020.
Interviews to take place on Wednesday 18 November 2020. This position is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
Salary £45,078.00 - £57,482 plus benefits. New staff normally start at the bottom of the scale and salary increases are dependent upon satisfactory appraisals.
Completed applications are to be forwarded to email@example.com