Date Added: 11 November 2020
: 7 December 2020
Job Title: Senior External Relations Advisor/Consultant
Working For: Trade Justice Movement
Salary: £38,445 pro rata
The UK has a once in a lifetime opportunity to ensure its post-Brexit trade policy is aligned with its commitments on the SDGs, climate and the environment - join us to help make this a reality.
This post is advertised as a part-time senior external relations advisor, however we are also open to proposals to deliver the work on a consultancy basis.
TJM's offices are in London but all staff are currently working from home and flexible working will be offered as a normal part of working with TJM in future.
The Senior External Relations Advisor’s role is to help us ensure TJM’s trade justice messages continue to be heard in the new political environment. The key activities are: research and analysis; strategy development; communications and network development.
Working with a small team, you will need both a strong ability to develop innovative strategies in the areas identified, manage your time and work plan and to be proactive in developing networks. This is an exciting opportunity to make a big impact as the UK develops its independent trade policy.
More information is available on our website, here: https://www.tjm.org.uk/jobs/senior-external-relations-advisor-consultant
Closing Date: 7 December 2020
Interviews will be held on 15th December by Zoom, and candidates should keep this day free. We aim to invite candidates to interview by 9th December.
Applications should be sent to recruitment[at]tjm.org.uk & should consist of:
2-page CV, including qualifications & employment history showing the most significant positions, responsibilities & achievements.
2-page cover letter describing how your skills, experience & knowledge qualify you for this role. Please ensure you address the competencies in the recruitment pack.
Completed equal opportunities form (see recruitment pack).
If you wish to apply on a consultancy basis, in addition to the above, please outline in no more than 2 pages the approach that would be taken.