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Volunteer Positions – Human Rights News and Updates project

The Consortium is currently seeking four volunteers for its Human Rights News and Updates project.

This volunteer project is for one day a week working remotely to help develop and distribute regular news and updates on human rights as they apply in Northern Ireland. A full project brief, including the volunteer benefits, methodology and how to apply are available for download below.

Deadline for applications –Wednesday 20th October 2021. 

Downloadable Resources

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Volunteer Project Brief




The Civil Society Alliance is a new project which will empower civil society organisations, especially marginalised voices far from the Westminster, to scrutinise and influence constitutional, administrative and legal changes taking place in the UK policy landscape following the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. This new Alliance will bring civil society voices together from all parts of the UK and will be a key vehicle for navigating our complex and challenging post-Brexit landscape.

The Human Rights Consortium will be employing the staff members of the new Civil Society Alliance. We are recruiting for two suitable Project staff to help develop this new Alliance and work with its civil society membership across the UK. Both posts are to be based in London and the specific job descriptions, person specifications and application forms for both positions are available in the links below.

We're Hiring

Project Manager FT – 3-year Fixed Term position

£ 39,768 rising to £ 42,771 in project year three (includes £4,000 per annum London weighting)

The Project Manager will manage the new Alliance on a day-to-day basis. The Project Manager is a senior position within this new project and the post holder will be expected to be able to operate with a large degree of independence in managing both the programmatic and financial administration of the Alliance.

Project Officer PT -(2 days p/w) 2-year Fixed Term position

£ 13,243 rising to £13,734 in year two (includes £1,600 per annum London weighting). Equivalent to £33,107 – £34,335 per year full time.

The Project Officer will support the development of this new project. The post holder will provide support to the Project Manager in running the Alliance on a day-to-day basis and help carry out extensive coalition building, research, communication and advocacy work for the Alliance.

Deadline for applications for both positions is 5pm, Friday 29th October 2021.

For further information and the full job spec and application process please use the links in the job titles above. 



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