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Senior Programme Officer, Europe and Central Asia (ECA)

Salary: £40,720 – £43,265

Fixed Term Contract for 1 year (Sabbatical Cover)

Location: London

ARTICLE 19 is looking for an experience Senior Programme Officer (SPO) to join it Europe and Central Asia programme. S/he will be responsible for leading and implementing specific projects related to ARTICLE 19’s work on freedom of expression and access to information in relevant countries within the Europe and Central Asia region. The SPO will be responsible for day-to-day management of assigned projects, and will also contribute to the strategic growth of the programme. S/he will actively seek out and develop new fundraising and project applications for the ECA region. Where relevant s/he provides qualitative management to interns and consultants. The SPO also contributes to wider policy discussion and campaigns, as well as cross-learning and collaboration with other regional/thematic programmes.

To view a detailed Job Description and to apply please visit here

The application deadline is 15th May 2016

Interviews are expected to be held week commencing 23rd May 2016

Only short listed applicants will be contacted.


Law and Policy Programme Assistant

Salary: £28,821 – £30,622


Location: London

ARTICLE 19 is looking for a Programme Assistant to support its Law and Policy Programme (LP).

Under the overall supervision of the Senior Director for Law and Policy, supporting all members of the LP and working closely with the finance and project teams, the LP Assistant is responsible for facilitating the smooth functioning of the LP by providing administrative and logistical support and supporting substantive research in all related projects. S/he plays a particularly important role in financial and project administration of LP projects, the development of financial reports in line with donor requirements and ensuring that all relevant documentation and files are maintained, organised and disseminated as required.

The LP Assistant will manage all logistical support related to all LP events and to ARTICLE 19’s advocacy at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva and the UN General Assembly in New York. This will include support to advocacy (such as management of mailing lists and coordination of cross-organisational and external actions in collaboration with the Communications & Campaigns Team, management of events and meetings).

Additionally, s/he will support ongoing monitoring of legal and policy developments related to freedom of expression globally, to inform advocacy and communications work and the development of legal documents, analysis, policies and other materials.

This is fixed-term position for one year with a possibility of renewal.

To view a detailed Job Description and to apply please visit here.

The application deadline is 16th May 2016

Interviews are expected to be held on week commencing 06th June 2016

Only short listed applicants will be contacted.