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Reference: 73298

Date Added: 2 November 2019
Closing Date: 1 December 2019

Job Title: Communications Assistant

Working For: United Nations Association - UK

Location: London

Salary: £20,000

Job Details

UNA-UK is at an exciting stage as we embark on a campaign on restoring faith in global governance – and look to streamline and focus our activities. The Communications Assistant will play a key role in moving forward these developments by providing high-quality media and online support across UNA-UK’s operations and activities.

This is a full-time post (35 hours per week, excluding lunch hours) at the UNA-UK offices in central London. The appointment will be for 6 months initially, with the opportunity to extend subject to funding.

The post will support UNA-UK with their communications strategy and social media platforms, closely monitoring impact of content. Maintaining and developing UNA-UK's website will be a key element of the position. The post-holder will also be involved with UNA-UK's leading campaign, Togther First, through providing communications and research support.

The post-holder will report to the Head of Policy, and will be part of a small, dynamic UNA-UK team, which currently comprises eight staff members.

For the full description and details how to apply, please visit our website at https://www.una.org.uk/who-we-are/work-us/staff-vacancies

Closing Date: 1 December 2019

Interview/Start Dates

Closing deadline for receipt of applications is 5pm.

Shortlisted Candidates will be invited to telephone/skype interview on 9 December and face-to-face-interview on 16 December.

Application Details

To apply please complete and email the application form available on our website, together with your CV and a covering letter to Fred Carver at jobs@una.org.uk with the subject line: Communications Assistant job application.

We would be grateful if you could complete the attached equal opportunities monitoring form avaliable on our website.

Website: https://www.una.org.uk/

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