We have an exciting new vacancy within the INF/UK team.
The International Nepal Fellowship (INF) is one of Nepal’s longest serving international NGOs with decades of experience working with poor and disadvantaged people and communities. Formed on missionary principles in 1952, we have developed into a forward-thinking and impactful organisation, supporting healthcare services (including a cutting-edge hospital focusing on the treatment and rehabilitation of disabled people), plus a wide range of community health and development programmes that reach diverse and hard-to-reach groups in some of the poorest and most remote parts of Nepal.
We’re looking for an energetic individual with an entrepreneurial outlook to join a senior leadership team who will drive INF/UK to the next level.
We have drawn up ambitious plans to significantly grow the scale of the projects we support to help more of the poorest and most disadvantaged people in Nepal.
You will have extensive experience of managing relationships with major donors and trusts at the highest level, including making financial asks both face-to-face and in writing, and a track record of achieving six-figure income targets.
You will understand fundraising dynamics in the context of Christian groups and faith-based audiences, and are also able to relate and grow relationships outside a faith-based sphere.
9am on Monday 3rd February.
Interviews will take place on
Wednesday 12th February.
We are looking forward to receiving your CV and completed application form describing your suitability for the role.
In accordance with the Equalities Act 2010 (Paragraph 3, Section 9), this post carries a Genuine Occupational Requirement for the post-holder to have a personal commitment to the Christian faith.
Applications to be addressed to: CEO, INF, 24 Weoley Park Road, Birmingham B29 6QX or
emailed to: email@example.com
Nepali people living dignified, hope-filled lives, free from poverty and suffering.
Working with local communities and healthcare services, to improve health, reduce poverty and promote social inclusion.
INF draws its ethos and values from its Christian history and heritage.
We show active compassion, share with the world’s poorest, and encourage individuals and communities to access and enjoy their rights. We believe all people are equal, and so inclusion and dignity are very important to us, irrespective of gender, sexual orientation, religious belief, disability, economic status or caste.
We are motivated by faith, we describe this as being committed to following Jesus Christ in ways that are relevant to the needs of today’s world.