Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund
Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund

Charity registered in Scotland SC012302

SCIAF is the official overseas relief and development agency of the Catholic Church in Scotland.  It was established in 1965 to express the commitment and concern of the Scottish Catholic community towards low income and marginalised communities across the world.  Our long-term development programmes are based on a partnership model which aims to strengthen the ability of low income people to respond to their own situation. SCIAF also responds to humanitarian emergencies, working with local partners and via international networks.


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Digital Officer

  • Full time
  • £29,384 – £32,537
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 16th July 2019

SCIAF is the official international aid and development agency of the Catholic Church in Scotland. It works with people in some of the poorest countries in the world, providing emergency aid and practical long term support to those affected by hunger, poverty, war and disasters. In Scotland we mobilise public support in parishes, schools and the wider community to lobby governments and big business with campaigns to address the root causes of global poverty and injustice. Our mission is to create a more just world for all in which everyone can live life, and live it to the full. SCIAF is a registered Scottish charity.

We have a fantastic opportunity for a talented Digital Officer to join the SCIAF team and use their skills to contribute to our life-changing work.

The successful candidate will be part of our fast-paced communication team, helping us spread the word about our work helping the poorest survive and thrive.

You’ll have responsibility for filling our website with vibrant and engaging content, building our social following, coordinating our busy email schedule and developing innovative marketing campaigns to inspire our loyal supporters.

You’ll be a highly motivated creative who can bring energy and fresh perspectives to our small, agile team, and have a 360 understanding of digital, with a mix of technical ability, copywriting experience and good knowledge of SEO and PCP.

At SCIAF you’ll be joining a friendly, dedicated team, where your skills and experience will make a real difference to our mission to end poverty.

Overall purpose of the Role

· Co-ordinate SCIAF’s fundraising, advocacy campaigning and corporate communications via digital channels (web, email, paid and organic social, PPC).

· To maintain and continue to develop SCIAF’s website in optimising for search, user experience and conversion rates.

· To co-ordinate SCIAF employees’ social media output, working with the Content Editor and teams across the organisation to ensure engaging content is produced in line with the SCIAF social media policy.

· To implement SCIAF’s digital marketing strategy.

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Community Engagement Officer

  • Full time
  • £29,384 – £32,537
  • Home-based
  • Closing 26th July 2019

SCIAF is the official international aid and development agency of the Catholic Church in Scotland. It works with people in some of the poorest countries in the world, providing emergency aid and practical long term support to those affected by hunger, poverty, war and disasters. In Scotland we mobilise public support in parishes, schools and the wider community to lobby governments and big business with campaigns to address the root causes of global poverty and injustice. Our mission is to create a more just world for all in which everyone can live life, and live it to the full. SCIAF is a registered Scottish charity.

Overall purpose of the Role

With support from the Senior Community Engagement Officer, this new role will play a key part in the new Community Engagement team as it develops and delivers a new strategy focussed on working with the Catholic population in Scotland through their communities (primarily parishes and schools) to generate short, medium and long-term income and long-term engagement using a variety of new opportunities for fundraising, volunteering and campaigning.

This role will have responsibility for the dioceses of St Andrews & Edinburgh, Dunkeld and Aberdeen and be home-based in the east of Scotland.

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