BHRC is hiring! Applications for an Administrative Assistant / Administrator accepted until **27 April 2020**

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BHRC is seeking an energetic and experienced administrator to support the Project Coordinator in delivering and facilitating the varied and expanding work of the organisation and its membership.

We are looking for someone who is proactive and efficient with an eye for detail, who has experience working with smaller organisations. The primary responsibilities would be to process memberships, respond to membership queries, provide logistical support for project activities and events, provide administrative support to the executive committee and assist with basic finance activities and office management. An interest in human rights issues or international development would be of benefit.

The position is envisioned to be based in part remotely and in part in the London office, including for meetings and events once such activities are resumed. Working arrangements will be agreed with the successful candidate. Please note that duties and working will be modified as appropriate during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This is a part-time position for three days a week (flexibility possible).

To apply, please send the following by email to Josie Fathers at [email protected]:

  • CV (maximum 2 sides of A4) outlining previous experience.
  • Cover Letter (maximum 500 words) explaining how you meet the person specifications.
  • Names and contact details of two referees (referees to be contacted upon receipt of a tentative offer of employment following interviews).

Please indicate BHRC Admin Assistant / Administrator Application and your name in the subject heading.

Applications must be received by 5pm on Monday 27 April 2020. ** Please note, the deadline has been brought forward due to the high number of applications received.**

Interviews will be conducted remotely, and applicants will be expected to provide written examples of work at that stage.


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