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Reference: 77969

Date Added: 1 April 2021
Closing Date: 21 April 2021

Job Title: Outreach Coordinator

Working For: Rethinking Security

Location: Anywhere in the UK

Salary: £35,000 PA Gross

Length of Contract: 12 months (extension possible)

Job Details

Rethinking Security is seeking a full-time Outreach Coordinator to lead its engagement with local groups and grassroots activists. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced outreach professional or campaigner to join our small team and help to build a movement across the country in support of change in the UK’s policy, discourse and approach to security.

Job purpose

  • To support the development of a strong and broad grassroots movement in favour of changing the UK’s approach to security policy.
  • To expand, inspire and mobilise Rethinking Security’s network of supporters, working with people and groups around the UK to help them identify and develop campaign actions.
  • To facilitate research with and for diverse groups on their security needs and priorities.
  • To provide training and resources to support local discussion, campaigning and activism around human security issues.
  • To contribute to the wider strategy development and implementation of our new Alternative Security Review project.

Full details and a JD and Person Specification can be found on our website - https://rethinkingsecurity.org.uk/work-with-us/ 

Closing Date: 21 April 2021

Interview/Start Dates

Interviews (virtual) are planned for week commencing 03 May 2021.

Start date is May or June 2021.

Application Details

Please send a CV (max 2 pages) and 1 page letter of motivation to applications@rethinkingsecurity.org.uk by 17.00 (BST) on the closing date. Please title your email ‘Application: Outreach Coordinator’.

Receipt of applications will be confirmed but we regret that, as a small organisation, we will only be able to contact shortlisted candidates and cannot offer feedback on other applications.

Website: https://rethinkingsecurity.org.uk/

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