|Dates:||ASAP after 1st February 2018|
|Hours:||40 hours (full time)|
|Remuneration:||43,758 EUR gross per annum|
|Contract:||Fixed term employee, renewable|
1. Main purpose of the role
To play a key external representation role for PBI, coordinate global strategy and operations, and lead international fundraising.
2. Position in the organisation
This is a fixed term employment contract for 24 months, renewable subject to review. The person will be formally accountable to PBI’s International Council (IC), and work closely with the International Operations Council (IOC), Strategy Development Committee (SDC), Fundraising Working Group (FRWG), Advocacy Working Group (AWG), and the other International Office staff.
3. Place of work
The person will be based in Brussels where the International Office will be located from 2018.
4. Organisation overview
PBI is a non-governmental organisation, registered in the USA, which protects human rights and promotes nonviolent conflict transformation. We provide protection, capacity building and other support for threatened organisations, defenders and communities pursuing social justice and defence of human rights in areas of violent conflict. Our current field projects are in Colombia, Guatemala, Honduras, Kenya, Indonesia, Mexico and Nepal.
PBI project work is supported by a network of 13 country groups in Europe, North America and Australia, who carry out volunteer recruitment, advocacy and fundraising, and by the international coordinating office.
PBI uses a non-hierarchical model of organising and decisions are made by consensus. The General Assembly, which convenes every three years, is PBI’s highest decision-making body. In between, governance and operations are the responsibility of the international councils. The international councils, committees and working groups, together with the International Office constitute the International Secretariat (ISEC).
The International Office is being moved from London to Brussels in order to strengthen PBI’s presence and profile and build key partnerships with policymakers, INGOs, donors and other key external stakeholders in Europe. The role of International Coordinator is being expanded as part of this strategy.
Other IO staff will comprise a Governance Coordinator, Finance Manager, Grants Manager and Administrator.
For further information about PBI see www.peacebrigades.org.
Applicants should complete the accompanying application form and send it to Laura Clarke at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put “Application for International Coordinator” in the subject of the email.
The selection process is as follows:
Deadline for applications: 9am GMT Thursday 18th January
Interviews: to be confirmed
Start date: ASAP from February 2018.