Want to be a volunteer?

PBI Colombia is recruiting for Fundraising Coordinator

We´re looking for someone with more than 2 years experience in fundraising and project management (planning, monitoring and justification) of cooperation agencies, foundations etc to work in our two person fundraising team at PBI Colombia.

The PBI Colombia Project receives funding from about 25 European and North American entities; the fundraising goal for 2021 – 2022 is about 800,000 Euros. The central objective of the position is to secure income for the financial stability of the Project.

Find out more about the post and the candidate profile we´re looking for.

Aplication form (to be filled out in English).

  • Final date to receive applciations (application form and CV max 3 pages): 19 March 2021
  • Dates for technical test and interviews: between 24 -26 March
  • Start date: as soon as possible/immediate

We are not currently recruiting for field volunteer positions in PBI Colombia. Please continue to check our page and social media accounts for future openings.

All field volunteers in the PBI Colombia project must be able to work competently in Spanish (spoken and written levels will be assessed throughout the application process). Accordingly, the application process is in Spanish.

Learn more about being a field volunteer with PBI:

Working as an international observer for PBI Colombia offers an excellent opportunity to gain experience in the field of international human rights. The volunteer will work in one of the teams in Bogotá, Barrancabermeja or Urabá, accompanying human rights defenders and communities who are being threatened because of their legitimate work in support of justice and peace.

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2 thoughts on “Want to be a volunteer?”

  1. Hello, I read through the activities of the PBI and have applied for the recruitment of volunteers since last year (2017) but didn’t receive a response. Please can you notify me if there’s any current vacancy in the organization…

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