Jobs

Wherever possible, ARTICLE 19 seeks to ensure that all vacancies are advertised on this website. We regret that we are unable to consider applications for paid employment unless received in response to a specific advertisement.

Internships are available on our internship page >

Fellowships are also available, see fellowships page >

 

DIGITAL PROGRAMME ASSISTANT

Salary: £28,821 – £30,622 per annum

Location: Flexible: London preferred

We are looking for a Digital Programme Assistant to support ARTICLE 19 work on freedom of expression and information on the Internet. The Programme Assistant will work with the Head of Digital to project manage our core digital rights grants, and engage in day to day implementation of activities in ARTICLE 19’s Digital projects on Internet governance, specifically ICANN and the IETF/IRTF as well as work on filtering and censorship.

The contract will be for 1 year (Fixed-Term).

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

The application deadline is 07th August 2016.

Interviews are expected to be held on 18th August 2016.

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

 

COMMUNICATIONS ASSISTANT

Salary: £28,821 – £30,622 per annum

Location: London

We are looking for a Communications Assistant to support ARTICLE 19 communications in in delivering an impactful presence and profile that conveys our vision, mission and brand. He/She work with our Programmes, Campaigns, and Law teams, employing a range of communication tools to meet objectives and deliver impact with our key audiences.

The Communications Assistant will join the Communications team at a crucial time for ARTICLE 19 and the development of our international communications strategy. The Communications team is responsible for web, audio-visuals, publications, events, and media liaison at ARTICLE 19. The Communication Assistant will be working from the International Office in London, primarily responsible for the print publication production cycle, producing content for ARTICLE 19 digital platforms, coordinating the team’s administrative systems and processes, and supporting the team in implementing strategic and tactical communications work.

The contract will be for 1 year (renewable).

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

The application deadline is 14th August 2016.

Interviews are expected to be held during the week commencing on 5th September 2016.

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.