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Events Manager (Remote)

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ORGANIZATION: African Development Choices

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African Development Choices (ADC) is a UK-based Social Enterprise on a mission to reduce poverty by empowering communities to make more informed choices in the management of public resources.

ADC’s purpose is to enable communities to independently meet their needs for essential services, such as clean water and safe sanitation and improve lives in Africa.

At ADC we encourage a working culture of seeking and giving input, showing and taking initiative, and commitment to the organisation and its purpose.

We now have an exciting opportunity for a remote-based volunteer Events Manager to join ADC.

Main Purpose of Job: Work with the Social Impact and wider Marketing team to develop and deliver a structured programme of events throughout the year with the objective to raise awareness about ADC's work to empower communities

Division: Operations

Department: Marketing & Communications

Position Reports to: Head of Marketing & Communications

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Set out how the individual events and programme as a whole will contribute to the empowerment of communities and work with the social impact team to set KPIs / tangible outcomes
  • Responsible for the organisation and facilitation of events hosted by ADC that deliver on the organisational objectives and mirror ADC value
  • Work with the wider marketing team to promote and advertise the events to the target audience, driving attendance and engagement
  • Find and secure guest speakers who are subject matter experts in topics such as; WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene), civic advocacy and engagement, and the development and delivery of essential physical infrastructure, and work with them to deliver events and content that align with ADC’s objectives
  • Solicit feedback from event attendees post-event and iterate future events format and content accordingly

Knowledge, Skills, Education, and Expertise


  • Experience in events coordination and management
  • A knowledge and understanding of international development
  • Exceptional networking skills
  • Experience of setting KPI’s or monitoring and evaluation
  • Available to volunteer at least 7-10 hours a week
  • Ability to actively take initiative and help set things up in a start-up environment
  • Ability to actively seek and give input in a collaborative team environment
  • A committed team player with good communication skills.


  • Experience working with or in countries in East Africa
  • Experience working in an early stage star-tup and gone through a scaling phase
  • Passion for the start-up life and comfortable in a role with a little ambiguity

What ADC Offers You:

This is a volunteer, remote and unpaid position with the following benefits:

  • Professional learning and career development opportunities
  • An opportunity to build on your work experience within your profession
  • An opportunity to be part of a diverse team representing different parts
    of the world that is helping to deliver systemic social change in Africa
  • An opportunity to help shape a start-up social enterprise
  • We provide work reference

This job description is a written statement of the essential characteristics of the job, with its principal accountabilities, incorporating a note of the skills, knowledge and experience required for a satisfactory level of performance. This is not intended to be a complete, detailed account of all aspects of the duties involved.

Here at African Development Choices, we celebrate diversity, equity, and inclusion. Our teams are made up of people from all over the world and we welcome all applications. If you are disabled or have a long-term health condition, and you require any reasonable adjustments for your application with us, please let us know by contacting recruitmentatafricandevelopmentchoicesdotorg

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About African Development Choices


Kemp House, 160 City Road, London, EC1V 2NX, GB

Mission Statement

Our mission is to reduce poverty by empowering communities to make more informed choices in the management of public resources.


African Development Choices (ADC) is a UK-based Social Enterprise on a mission to reduce poverty in Africa by empowering local communities and their leaders to make more informed choices in the management of public resources so that they can independently meet their own needs for essential services. Improving public resources management is key to establishing a sustainable society. And increasing access to essential services, such as clean water and sanitation, is key to fighting poverty because lack of access to essential services is a root cause of poverty.

We achieve this using our unique approach to reduce poverty as follows:

  1. Set better precedent
  2. Raise expectations
  3. Increase public participation
  4. Improve management of public resources
  5. Increase access to essential services

By delivering access to essential services through our donor-funded community projects, we set better precedents in the management of public resources and the delivery of essential services. Then we raise expectations through education and support and mobilise communities to play an active and informed role in the management of public resources so that they can enact change for themselves. We achieve this by sharing information from our projects that provides a new perspective. It’s not the information that empowers communities to participate; it’s raised expectations from a new perspective.


Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
Advocacy & Human Rights, Children & Youth, International


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This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Public Relations
  • Brand Development & Messaging
  • Networking
  • Organization
  • Relationship Building




  • 7-10 hours per week

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