1 x Position: Corporate Fundraiser Intern

1 x Position: Corporate Fundraiser Intern

SOS Children's Villages Namibia.

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENT
3rd year Bachelor of Media /Communications or Marketing.
1 x Position: Corporate Fundraiser Intern (Eligible for WIL)

GENERAL INTERNSHIP DESCRIPTION
Coordinate and support the fundraising activities at national and facilities level, build
fundraising capacity within the association and ensure implementation of sustainability
strategy. Research for potential donor companies and organisations that can be approached
for donations and sponsorship, develop and maintain relations. Prepare funding proposals and
forward to relevant companies.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS
The successful candidate is required to have excellent writing, interpersonal skills,
communication, creative thinking and computer skills. Have background in marketing, project
management skills, resource mobilisation and donor relations, leadership and decision making
skills. Have entrepreneurial attitude, ability to multitask, solve problems , plan and organise,
management the self starter, work in the team work, able to learn and results oriented
person.
For enquiries regarding the position, please contact:
Ms Martha Namutuwa Tel: +264 61 207 2654
mnamutuwa@nust.na
ceu@nust.na

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Closing date: Tuesday, 28 March 2017 at 16h00
Please note: No applications will be accepted after 16:00
Date of assumption of duties: As soon as possible
Application procedure: Applications in writing, accompanied by an updated Curriculum Vitae,
giving full details of work experience (if any), certified copies of identification documents,
qualifications, academic records and Grade 12 certificate should be addressed to: The National
Director: SOS Children's Villages Namibia , P O Box 23134, Windhoek, Namibia. Please
submit your applications at the Cooperative Education Unit, at the corner of Hayden and
Schubert Streets, (opposite the Namibian-German Centre for Logistics).

Closing Date: 
Tue, 03/28/2017