Volunteer Opportunities

SAMEO has ambitious goals to transform Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) care in South Asia & Middle East countries over the coming years. We are looking for committed and enthusiastic individuals to help us on our journey. Please get in touch if any of the roles below appeal to you.

Development Administrator

SAMEO Program Development

We are seeking to appoint a Development Administrator to work within SAMEO, an Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC) based in London, UK.

Reporting to the CEO, the successful candidate will also provide a high level of personal administrative support to the CEO of AHSC. The postholder will act as first point of contact for the Director and the team, managing diaries and appointments, taking telephone calls, receiving visitors and providing customer service to internal staff members and external clients such as donors and/or alumni.

The postholder will also be expected to request meetings with prospective and current donors for members of the philanthropic giving team, particularly in advance of fundraising trips, and coordinate travel arrangements and meeting logistics for the Director of SAMEO, and its team, as requested.

This is an unpaid position although out of pocket expenses may be reimbursed. For full details and how to apply, please Download the full description for the development administrator.

Development Officer

Marketing & External Relations

We are looking to recruit a major gift fundraiser to join SAMEO at an important time in our philanthropic journey. Integral to the Global Health Strategy 2015-2030 master plan, we will invest in excess of £500 million pounds to create AHSC (academic health science centers) in SAMEO region for education, training and research that is digitally enabled and fit for the future. Our master plan presents an opportunity for an institutional step change in how we approach philanthropy and the role it will play in realising our ambitions for the SAMEO and beyond.

The ideal candidate for this post will be an enthusiastic and innovative major gifts fundraising professional, able to work closely with the institution’s senior leadership and its staff, and with an aptitude for nurturing and building relationships with key stakeholders, as well as the skills required to uncover and develop new funding opportunities.

For full details and how to apply, please Download the full description for the development officer.