Date Added: 12 February 2020
: 15 March 2020
Job Title: Scotland Co-ordinator
Working For: Campaign Against Arms Trade
Looking for a rewarding role with a growing campaigning organisation?
We are seeking an experienced campaigner to establish and manage a presence for Campaign Against Arms Trade in Scotland for the first time. This new four day a week role will build on CAAT’s work in Scotland in three areas:
• Leading on CAAT’s engagement and advocacy with the Scottish Government and public authorities.
• Supporting and building local groups in Scotland and working with them and other NGOs to develop local campaigns.
• Increasing public awareness of CAAT and the international arms trade in Scotland.
This is a great opportunity for a highly self motivated person with broad campaigning, outreach and advocacy experience, interested in working for a better approach to global security. The successful candidate will be an effective communicator, able to prioritise a varied workload and work in a non-hierarchical setting. You will either be working from home, or from a shared working space, with regular coordination and occasional visits to a London office.
Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) is a growing non-hierarchical UK-based organisation working to end the destructive force that is the international arms trade. The arms business has a devastating impact on human rights and security, and damages economic development.
For more information, including how to apply, please visit www.caat.org.uk/get-involved/vacancies/scotland-2020
Closing Date: 15 March 2020
The deadline for receiving application forms is midnight.
Interviews will be held the week beginning Monday 6th April.
To apply, please download the application pack at https://www.caat.org.uk/get-involved/vacancies/scotland-2020
and email your completed application form to email@example.com, stating the title of the position in the subject line. Please be aware that we will be shortlisting candidates by scoring applications against the person specification.
We request that you also complete an equal opportunities form (which you can download from the webpage above) but this is not obligatory.