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This is a full-time position on site in Dortmund, with a possibility of a part-time position with at least 20 hours per week.


The goal of Child-Help is to improve the quality of life of children with spina bifida and hydrocephalus and their families in the Global South. This includes primary prevention of spina bifida and hydrocephalus, treatment, care, education, employment and creating awareness for this target group.


This is a full-time position on site in Dortmund (part-time position also possible with at least 20 hours per week).

The tasks include administrative support for the management, organisation of events, preparation of national and international meetings and conferences as well as fundraising activities. The tasks also include financial, marketing and personnel matters, coordination with external partners and stakeholders.

Travelling, weekend work, working on public holidays and attending events may occasionally be required. Home office is possible by arrangement.



Do you want to be part of an inspiring community that is passionate about the well-being of children in developing countries? Our NGO is looking for committed people like you who want to help improve the lives of children. Join our team and help us create a world where every child has the chance to live a healthy, happy and fulfilling life.

Please send us:

Cover letter, CV, salary requirements and earliest possible start date

[email protected]

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