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And that’s the moment things can change.

OneKind is an animal welfare charity committed to ending cruelty to Scotland's animals, and re-connecting people with animals to create a more compassionate world for all. OneKind puts people at the heart of change by providing the information, tools and resources to empower people who love animals. We actively campaign to help wherever there is cruelty, exploitation or harm and inspire people about the amazing animals we share the planet with. Our work engages us with the public, educators, scientists and influential decision makers to achieve progressive change.

So you’ll be joining an organisation that’s brimming with energy, imagination and anticipation. You’ll also be joining like-minded colleagues who share deep-held principles and work as a united team to make a difference. That, in itself, is hugely rewarding. Then there are the benefits we offer, like work/life integration, that just add to the attraction. We’re still quite a small team, so there’s more opportunity to make a mark – and as we grow so will your skills and experience. The opportunities for learning and development are excellent.

All applications and inquiries should be sent to info@onekind.org

 

 

Volunteer Film Maker

We’re looking for a passionate and talented film maker to make compelling and powerful video content in support of our campaigns. Our needs are diverse and we are flexible, so we will work with you to develop project briefs that best match your skills and interests. It's a fantastic opportunity to help give a voice to Scotland’s animals, and it will give you the opportunity to showcase your work and build a portfolio. Click here for the job description.


Membership Officer/Event Fundraiser

The key objective of this role is to deliver a significant growth in individual support and therefore income for OneKind. This will be achieved by continuing to grow OneKind membership, principally through events.

Contract: This is a part-time role for a fixed three-month period to deliver a trial campaign, if successful we would look to extend the contract.
Hours of work: Flexible, agreed in advance with their line manager. We would expect the post-holder to work 2-3 days a week on average, with days and locations agreed with the line manager in advance and depending on the availability of the post-holder and venues/sites to operate in.
Salary: £10ph plus travel expenses and performance related payLocation: Edinburgh with travel as required.
Reports to: The Fundraising and Volunteer ManagerSupervises: Volunteers (as required)

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