Computer Aid International exists because thousands of people share a vision of a world where rich and poor people have equal access to the benefits of Information Technology.
If you share this vision then this section of the website highlights some of the ways that you, your group of friends and the company you work for can make a big difference to the lives of disadvantaged people in the developing world.
Whether it's getting your company involved in supporting us, fundraising for a challenge event or running an event of your own there are loads of ways to get involved our work.
Take a look at the sections in this website to see how you, your friends and family and your company can get involved, or email Christina for more information.
Computer Aid International believes in a world where rich and poor have equal access to ICT – and to achieve this we aim to reduce poverty through practical ICT solutions and bridge the digital divide.
The Marketing and PC Donations Officer’s main responsibilities are to develop relationships with potential donors of computers and to implement marketing strategies which increase awareness of Computer Aid’s services so donations of computers, monitors and laptops to the charity are increased. As a key component to this role is promoting the benefits of reuse over recycling, you will need to be environmentally aware.
Part of this is managing our 9,000+ Twitter and Facebook accounts, and social media experience is essential. The post holder will also be responsible for managing Computer Aid’s cartridge and mobile phone recycling scheme.
We're a small charity - with 18 staff and 50 volunteers - so it would be better if you were willing, if needed, to turn your hand to most things. This also means there's room to display (measured) initiative, and launch some really worthwhile and interesting campaigns.
Please send your CV and a covering letter precisely matching your experience to the job spec.
The salary for the post will be up to £23,254 per annum plus a 3% contributory pension (after successful completion of probationary period).
Annual Leave will be 24 days (pro rata) plus Christmas office closure and statutory holidays.
The post will be located in Computer Aid’s head office in London.
Application is by CV and a covering letter explaining why you are the right person for the job and clearly addressing each of the points of the Person Specification.
Applications to be received by 10am 29th August 2014.
We are looking for someone who can start as soon as possible.
Please send CV and covering letter to Keith Sonnet firstname.lastname@example.org
Chilean children in a nursery in Santiago, using Computer Aid PCs.