About AMBER Alert Europe
AMBER Alert Europe assists in saving missing children at risk by connecting law enforcement with other police experts and with the public across Europe. AMBER Alert Europe advocates that one missing child is one too many and aims for zero missing children in Europe.
AMBER Alert Europe’s 32 participating organisations include civil society, authorities and business from 21 countries. AMBER Alert Europe facilitates the Police Expert Network on Missing Children, consisting of over 50 experts from 20 countries, and the Task Force on AMBER Alerts. The goals of AMBER Alert Europe are backed by 465 Members of the European Parliament: most successful Written Declaration since 2011.
Great Careers Start Here
AMBER Alert Europe is rapidly expanding. To strengthen our growing team, we are looking for applicants to fill a wide array of interesting and exciting positions. Help save the lives of missing children across Europe and join our team!
As Team Leader, you are the ‘hub’ of the AMBER Alert team. Not only do you manage the team (consisting of Public Affairs, Fundraising, Communication, and Community specialists), you also monitor the planning and the quality of the projects.
As Community Manager, you are the most important link between the community and the organisation. You keep the lines of communication open. Not only do you bring messages from the community into the boardroom, but you also perfectly sense what the community wants from the organisation and can easily make their needs and wishes a reality.
As Public Affairs & Policy Officer, you are our key connection to other organisations in the field, as well as relevant European institutions. You are responsible for carrying out and pushing forward the programs and strategic plan of the organisation.
As Fundraiser, you actively approach individuals, organisations and institutions who want to make a meaningful contribution to Stichting AMBER Alert Europe. You are an expert in relationship management and you can effortlessly identify and convince potential major donors.
As Director, you are responsible for overseeing the programs and strategic plan of the organisation. You put your knowledge of fundraising strategies and donor relations unique to the non-profit sector to use to successfully acquire financial means for the organisation.