Disabled people living in poverty are among the most stigmatised and marginalised people on earth. Often, they have no access to basic human rights, education, or the opportunity to earn a living.
Disability has its own stigma, pervasive in every society, but in parts of Africa and Asia discrimination towards disabled people can be particularly oppressive. In areas where research and technology aren’t readily available people can’t access explanations for conditions. This lack of understanding can cause misconceptions about disability to form, with devastating consequences. Disabled people are often considered weak, worthless and in some cases subhuman by their societies.
Right now, organisations of disability activists are working to fight discrimination and ensure every disabled person gets a fighting chance at living their best life. Often disabled themselves, they have the passion to fight for change. It’s their lives, and their communities, at stake. What they often need is support in how to run effective organisations. That’s where ADD International steps in. We help disability activists acquire the tools, skills and resources they need to turn their vision into powerful organisations that lead powerful movements for change.
Based in the UK we work out of 5 offices in developing countries in Africa and Asia with a staff team of approximately 100 people and a turnover of over £3m.
We have a fantastic opportunity for a motivated, passionate and committed data and supporter care office to join our dynamic team. You will be responsible for:
  • Manage our Raisers Edge database, processing all fundraising income.
  • Being our supporter care champion.
We are a small team, incredibly passionate and motivated by what we do, and are looking for someone to become part of the ADD International family.
Disabled people are strongly encouraged to apply.

Visit our website for further details on how to apply and to download the job description and equal oportunities form. http://www.add.org.uk/about/jobs-add-international