It’s an exciting time at EMMS International, with the creation of two new roles to develop our income generation capacity. We’re looking for a highly motivated, experienced fundraiser to join the small, yet highly efficient team.
Leading on creating new philanthropic relationships, developing existing support from mid-level donors, and growing strategic partnerships, you will enjoy creating and implementing plans to cultivate and steward new and existing donors.
EMMS International is Scotland’s longest serving healthcare charity, with programmes focusing on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. Our current programmes take place in Malawi, Inda, Nepal, Zambia. Rwanda, and Scotland.
Become Chair of the Board of Trustees
EMMS International is Scotland's oldest international healthcare charity. We work in India, Malawi, Nepal, Rwanda, Scotland, and Zambia. We maintain the highest standards in all our work, and our donors include the UK Government, generous philanthropists, trusts, foundations, and many general individuals.
Our Board has 8 trustees, and seeks an 9th, to be Chair. The Board meets quarterly, and the Chair agrees the Agenda with the CEO, chairs Board meetings, may be a member of our Finance, Audit and Investment Committee, and line-manages the CEO.
At Scottish Bible Society we share the Bible.
Thanks to the commitment and generosity of our supporters, the Scottish Bible Society (‘SBS’) is a charity that helps individuals and communities in over 200 countries and territories around the world to receive Bibles in a language they understand and in a format they can use. We are creative in supporting churches in Scotland to keep the Bible central and encourage meaningful engagement to deepen encounters with God. The range of projects we either initiate here or support around the world is extensive. Teaching people to read using the Bible, helping to heal the wounds of trauma in Bible-based support groups and ensuring Bibles are kept affordable in rapidly growing churches are just a few examples of transformative projects we support.
We have an exciting opportunity in our Communications Team for an experienced content creator, used to working across digital platforms. This is a busy role in a fast-paced environment, ensuring all web-based and social media content is creative, accurate, on brand, meaningful and compelling. You may be asked to film a reel, write an appeal news report, update a shop image or plan a marketing campaign. It’s all in a day’s work and tomorrow will be different again. If you are a creative communicator and have experience in web-based marketing, journalism, charity communication or similar we’d like to hear from you.
This role requires the post holder to have knowledge and understanding of the church in Scotland who are our primary audience. As such there is an occupational requirement that the post holder is a practising Christian.