Working for the Brooke
Brooke employees and supporters are keenly motivated by our unique approach to addressing a crucial international cause. We successfully combine international development with practical animal welfare, to provide a long-lasting and sustainable impact on the communities we support.
We are always looking for talented and passionate individuals to join us in our London office.
Our goal is to increase the number of working animals we reach every year to 2 million suffering horses, donkeys and mules in the most need in the developing world by 2016.
Whether you are working directly with our Country Programmes or supporting others to do so, you will be contributing to this goal to make a real difference.
We are looking for someone for a short term contract to provide day-to-day support to Brooke Country Programme staff to develop their skills in developing, analysing and interpreting small-scale research projects, as part of our dedicated research team. They will work to ensure that Brooke and partner programme staff are supported in making use of research to inform evidence based interventions to improve working equine welfare. Independent overseas travel will be required for this role.
This is a new role within the Major Relationships team - a successful and growing part of the Fundraising and Communications Directorate. The Major Relationships programme is responsible for securing over £750k net income, growing to £1.25 million by FY2016/17. We are tasked with creating lasting relationships with high and ultra-high net worth individuals, trusts and foundations, and companies.
This is a fantastic opportunity to transform digital communications at the Brooke starting with a new website. Join us at an exciting time to lead the implementation of our refreshed brand and new communication plans across all of our digital channels. We are looking for someone with extensive digital expertise in digital communications across multiple digital channels.