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 >
Iran Programme Assistant
Salary: £28,821 – £30,622 per annum
We are looking for a Programme Assistant to support ARTICLE 19’s work on freedom of expression and information in Iran, in the thematic areas of Digital, Transparency, and Protection. Working closely with the Head and Programme Officers, the post holder will engage in day-to-day support of implementation of activities in ARTICLE 19’s Iran projects in the areas of Cyber Policy and Security, Freedom of Information and LGBTI Rights in Iran.
The contract will be for 1 year.
To view a detailed Job Description and to apply please visit here.
Closing date for receipt of applications: 26th April 2017
Only short listed applicants will be contacted.
DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER
Salary: £38,216 – £40,604 per annum
ARTICLE 19 is looking for an experience Digital Communications Officer to join its small high-performing team with a significant portfolio of responsibilities, which includes communications delivery and support for both international and regional advocacy teams, global campaigns, information management and internal communications. The team also works with a number of regional communications staff in our larger overseas offices on joint communications initiatives and supporting regional work.
Reporting to the Director of Communications and Information, the post holder is responsible for engaging ARTICLE 19’s audiences online, through creative use and effective management of digital channels, including the website, social media and newsletter. An expert in building online engagement, s/he leads on developing ARTICLE 19’s online presence.
The application deadline is 7 May 2017.
To apply please click here
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS to build a new website for ARTICLE 19
ARTICLE 19 has been advocating for Freedom of Expression and Information for 30 years. In 2017 we celebrate that achievement and will begin to introduce more and more people to the focus of our work through a new communications strategy and a refreshed look and feel.
Having grown from a small London based NGO, ARTICLE 19 has in the last decade developed to encompass a number of regional offices and a significant international presence in the field of human rights.
Widely regarded as the leader in on digital rights, media and the right to information, ARTICLE 19 works to ensure that international, regional and local laws, and practice are conducive to the protection of two interlocking rights enshrined in Article 19 of the UDHR: the freedom to speak and the freedom to know.
Towards the end of 2015, the organisation launched an ambitious 6 year strategy called the Expression Agenda (XpA). The new website, must in every way, reflect that ambition and make the XpA accessible and relevant to its target audiences.
Scope and specification of the project:
We have carried out a detailed review of the audiences and of the performance of the current site. The analysis of findings can be found in the UX Report in this package of materials.
Because very little works well on the current site, we are seeking a significant improvement in performance and experience. In particular the site must be mobile friendly and appear seamless between devices, on the move, or on the desk.
Please supply case studies of your work that are relevant to our sector and level of investment. Please include supporting statements from with whom you have developed a strong and productive working relationship.
(a) Bids will be scored on the following criteria:
i. Ability to meet the technical specification and in particular development of search and multi-language site development: eg: strength of technical development team, project management, and visual design. (50%)
ii. Ability to deliver phase one of the site on time and on budget. (30%)
iii. Creative solutions: how you would approach the problem: (20%)
(b) Outline roadmap
i. Background discussions by phone w/b 10th April (one call only per agency plus limited number of clarification emails)
ii. Deadline for proposals 24th April
iii. Decision on winning proposal 28th April
iv. Kick off meeting – first week of May.
v. Project deadline – first phase of live site 15th October 2017
To request a Tender pack please do so by 12th April and email evidence of your companies ability to deliver this project to firstname.lastname@example.org using the header “Response to request to tender”.
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