At Railway Children, we see ourselves as warriors, united in changing the long-term future for children living alone and at risk on the streets.
Our passion and values underpin everything we do. They unite us and provide the energy and optimism that drives us to work harder and harder for the children and young people we are privileged to help.
If you share our passion to make a difference to the lives of children living on the streets, please download the job description below for details on how to apply.
Salary: Up to £18,000 pa (equivalent to £27,750 pro rata)
Part time: 24 hours per week (over 4 days)
Location: Sandbach, Cheshire
This is an exciting opportunity to join a thriving organisation and play an instrumental role in the next phase of our growth. Working in a small team you will play a critical part in creating and writing all communications for our diverse fundraising team as well as supporting our programme teams to influence key audiences at community and government level.
You will need strong creative copy writing skills and experience of writing in a variety of styles for various channels and audiences.
Job description and person specification
Job description, person specification and details on how to apply.
How to apply
Please download the relevant information pack above. Send a copy of your CV with a covering letter explaining why you consider yourself suitable for the role. You will need to demonstrate in full how your skills and experience meet the requirements of the job description.
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We anticipate a high demand for this post and regret that only candidates short listed for interview will be contacted.
Request for Proposal (RFP) - Research Assignment in Tamil Nadu
Railway Children (RC) is an international organisation working with children connected with streets. RC works in UK, Kenya, Tanzania and India. Both globally and in India, the magnitude of children living in street situations is immense. Railway stations in India are a gateway for children separated from home before they slip into street life. Railway Children’s own survey in 2009 (secondary data) indicated that 112,000 children arrive in 35 major railway stations in a year, i.e. every 5 minutes a child is arriving alone at a station.
Presently Railway Children India (RCI) is working in 5 States, covering 14 railway stations, one government children’s home and 17 source areas. RCI also works with the government systems for protecting the rights of vulnerable children.
Railway Children India (RCI) intends to undertake a study of all children who have been restored to their families and those sent to long term care through its intervention (programme). It would give RCI insights on the effectiveness of our interventions, functioning of the systems and enhance our understanding on factors that enable children to remain at home or leave home. This study could validate the findings of our previous study- child reunification processes in India and also add value.
Proposal invitation and key timelines
Railway Children India (RCI) is looking for either a consultancy firm or a team of consultants to implement this research in alignment with the objectives.
We expect the research to begin by 1st December 2016 and end by 1st week of May 2016, including the final report.
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Applicants are requested to submit their proposals by 21st November 2016. Proposals need to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org