Location: Remote with some London-based work
Hours: Full-time, to start on or before week commencing 26 July 2021
Salary: £30-35,000 per annum commensurate with experience
ABOUT THE ROLE
Index on Censorship is seeking to recruit an experienced and dynamic Events and Partnerships Manager to join its team.
The successful candidate will work to ensure Index is building positive relationships with key stakeholders, especially funders; will oversee Index’s events programme including the annual Freedom of Expression Awards ceremony; ensure that Index is maximising access to philanthropic grants; and ensure that Index is a voice for the persecuted
The role would be ideal for an experienced event organiser who is seeking to build their fundraising experience. A passion for Free Expression and Human Rights around the world is a necessity.
The ideal candidate:
Please send a cover letter and CV to [email protected] by 5pm on Tuesday 29th June. Interviews will be held on 5th July.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT
Index on Censorship is fully committed to equal opportunity and diversity and this is reflected in everything we do, from our governance and staffing structures to our outputs promoting a diversity of voices. Every section of this business plan has details on how we will do this. We seek to demonstrate a diversity of background and experience (e.g. ethnicity, gender, religious/political views, age, class, geography) as a core tenet of Index’s approach.
ABOUT INDEX ON CENSORSHIP
Index on Censorship is a nonprofit that campaigns for and defends free expression worldwide. We publish work by censored writers and artists, promote debate, and monitor threats to free speech.
We believe that everyone should be free to express themselves without fear of harm or persecution – no matter what their views.
Index’s aim is to raise awareness about threats to free expression and the value of free speech as the first step to tackling censorship.
Index relies entirely on the support of donors and readers to do its work.