InterEuropean Human Aid Association is looking to recruit a part-time Fundraiser to start in May 2024. Hiring a Fundraiser is an exciting step for us as an organisation. For the right candidate this should also be an exciting opportunity to be part of the sustainable growth of an impactful grassroots humanitarian organisation. The Fundraiser will be a key member of the back office team, developing the organisational fundraising strategy, acting as a focal point for any fundraising related matters, and taking a leading role in campaigns and grant applications. The position is fully remote with occasional trips to the projects in Greece.

The Fundraiser will be a key contributor to the running of IHA’s operations, ensuring the financial sustainability of the projects. The Fundraiser will work independently as part of the back office team and report to the Board (remote-based, voluntary). The ideal candidate is intrinsically motivated, adaptable, passionate about the cause, and able to work on their own initiative and with limited supervision.

Key Responsibilities

  • Planning, developing and implementing the organisational fundraising strategy
  • Managing and overseeing all fundraising activities within the organisation
  • Researching grant opportunities, lead role in grant writing and applications
  • Identifying and approaching new donors and suitable companies as potential donors
  • Exploring innovation and alternative fundraising streams
  • ⁠Mobilising and managing occasional fundraising interns, volunteers and ambassadors
  • Lead role in donor reporting in collaboration with Greece team
  • Supporting online fundraising and campaigns in close collaboration with the communications team

Applicant Profile


  • At least 3 years of experience in fundraising within a humanitarian aid project
  • Able to identify funding opportunities
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills with an excellent command of German and English
  • Demonstrated experience in grant writing, crowdfunding and relationship management
  • Strong independent work ethic and hands-on mentality
  • Ability to set fundraising priorities and think strategically across the short, medium and long term
  • Excellent problem-solving, analytical and decision-making skills
  • Highly motivated and passionate about IHA’s work
  • Interest and understanding of grassroots/humanitarian organisational context
  • Strong understanding of power-sensitive communication
  • Comfortable with unpredictability and change
  • To maintain organisational stability we are looking for a commitment of at least 6 months. Preference will be given to candidates who are able to commit for longer
  • Must be eligible to legally reside and work in the EU (we are not able to sponsor visas)


  • Experience working with different CMS tools including Fundraisingbox

Our offer and conditions

An opportunity to work for an important and meaningful cause as part of a dedicated team
15-21 hours per week, Monday-Friday
Flexible working hours

How to apply

IHA is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences, and are committed to create an inclusive environment for all team members.

Apply by Sunday 7th April by filling in the application form on our website and sending the following documents to

  • CV (max 2 pages, PDF)
  • Fundraising portfolio detailing your previous experience and achievements

As part of our safe recruitment policy, all successful candidates will be asked for contact details of at least two professional references and will need to submit a police record check prior to commencing their role at IHA.

Interviews will take place on Thursday 11th April.

If you have any questions, please contact

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