GAPS is hiring! (applications for this position are now closed)

*APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION ARE NOW CLOSED*

Apply by 6pm on Thursday 19 September to be the GAPS Network Assistant!

The GAPS Network Assistant will support the coordination and development of the GAPS network. The role works closely with the GAPS Director, the GAPS Policy, Advocacy and Communications Manager, GAPS member agencies and the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Women, Peace and Security (APPG-WPS). They will provide administrative support to the GAPS network as well as: support the development and launch of GAPS policy documents; support the work of the APPG-WPS; update the GAPS website and social media platforms; organise and take minutes at GAPS events; lead on the GAPS network’s internal communications with members, working groups and governance bodies.

The ideal candidate will have experience of: administration; social media; using their communication and networking skills; working with civil society or government; have a commitment to gender and women and girls’ rights; have an interest in peacebuilding, development, and/or international relations. This role will suit someone wanting to gain experience in the day-to-day running of a dynamic and ambitious civil society network, and to grow their experience of working on international women and girls’ rights and/or peace and security policy.

To apply, please send your CV, and a covering letter (no more than 2 pages) to ukrecruitment@womenforwomen.org with the subject heading “GAPS Network Assistant” outlining how your previous experience, knowledge and skills equip you to meet the requirements of the person specification.

Download the full job description, with details on how to apply.

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