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Freelance media and communications officers
CEASEFIRE is currently looking for up to 2 communications freelancers to provide a range of communications services including mainstream media liaison, social media support, production of materials and event coordination to raise our profile with key audiences and focus attention on our ground-breaking reports on civilian protection in the Middle East, Africa and globally.
Please read the terms of reference here with details on how to apply.
Fundraising Interns: 3 – 6 months, part-time
Opportunity for resourceful, ambitious, and enterprising graduates.
Contribute to an international human rights NGO while gaining valuable fundraising and marketing experience and skills.
The CEASEFIRE Centre for Civilian Rights is a new charity working to protect the rights of civilians in zones of armed conflict. We are now looking for two fundraising interns to help us develop and implement an unrestricted funding plan to support our work. One with specific IT, social media digital skills and one with broad-based marketing, organisation and communications skills, for a time commitment of 3 – 6 months, part-time.
This is an excellent opportunity for someone who wants to explore their career options in the international charity sector, or as a step on the career ladder in a varied role involving fundraising, communications and marketing aspects.
The abilities of successful candidate will include: prioritise a varied workload and work accurately under pressure to meet deadlines; to communicate positively with a wide range of people at all levels, including partners, funders, beneficiaries, colleagues, and the public; work as part of a team and independently. English as a first language or equivalent. Fast learner, proactive, analytical, problem solving skills, flexible, willingness to get involve.
These posts are unpaid, but a small daily allowance to cover travel and lunch is available. You will be working at our office near Whitehall, London SW1, although during this pandemic period more or less extensive home-working is also envisaged.
If this is you, please send a CV and short covering letter (no more than 1 side) stating why you are interested in this role, what you can offer and what you hope to gain from this internship. You can download the Job Description and details on how to apply here.
The closing date for applications is Sunday 8 November 2020.Work with us