RA Jobs (Exeter Students): Innovations in (EA) Fundraising ESRC Impact project

I’m hiring for two exciting positions helping to promote the impact of research into fundraising for effective charitable giving. This ESRC-funded project is in collaboration with the Centre for Effective Altruism. You must be a University of Exeter student (UG or PG). This is a Student Campus partner role, for seven hours per week (flexible) from now through April.

Research and Communications Assistant: Innovations in (Effective Altruism) Fundraising 

This calls for a good writer/researcher with an attention to detail, good communication skills, an outgoing and entrepreneurial spirit, and an interest in charitable giving,  behavioural economics, and research impact.

Technology and Data Research/Impact Assistant: Innovations in (Effective Altruism) Fundraising 

Seeking a student with IT skills, a good sense of web design, good communications skills, and an interest in charitable giving,  behavioural economics, and research impact. Data analysis/statistics a plus.

Also see: giveifyouwin.org
innovationsinfundraising.org (especially the ‘wiki’)
davidreinstein.wordpress.com/

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2 thoughts on “RA Jobs (Exeter Students): Innovations in (EA) Fundraising ESRC Impact project

  1. Hi Im a student at the University of exeter , are there any more oppourtunities like these to get involved in Effective Altruism movement?
    – Tomi Ososami

    • Hi Tomi. There are some great opportunities. Check out EAsoc: https://www.exeterguild.org/societies/32772/

      If you want to be a part of my project, check out innovationsinfundraising.org (and also giveifyouwin.org) — we are looking for people to help us research and build content (and to get credit for their work). Also please feel free to come by my office hours or book an appointment to chat. I have some other ideas for interesting projects one could pursue in this area.

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