Want to be a volunteer?

We are looking for a new IT and Digital Security Officer

Dear friend,

Peace Brigades International (PBI) Colombia Project is an international, non-governmental organisation that maintains observational and international accompaniment teams in conflict zones within Colombia’s national territory. Our objective is to protect the work space of human rights organisations and rural communities in Colombia.

The vacancy for IT AND DIGITAL SECURITY OFFICER with PBI Colombia is now open.

This person will be in charge of maintaing and supporting the internal IT systems according to the needs of PBI Colombia, and, according to the skills of the person selected, leading workshops and giving advice about digital security strategies to human rights organisations accompanied by PBI Colombia.

In addition to the online form, you’ll find below a description of the activities that you would be expected to fulfill, a candidate profile and the conditions of the post. Before sending your application, please ensure that you have read these documents fully.

Due to the fact that you must be able to speak Spanish for this post, the terms of reference and application forms are only available in Spanish and can be found at the following link.


 

Working as an international observer for PBI Colombia offers an excellent opportunity to gain experience in the field of international human rights. The volunteer will work in one of the teams in Bogotá, Barrancabermeja or Urabá, accompanying human rights defenders and communities who are being threatened because of their legitimate work in support of justice and peace.


A day in the life of a brigadista


 

 

2 thoughts on “Want to be a volunteer?”

  1. Hello, I read through the activities of the PBI and have applied for the recruitment of volunteers since last year (2017) but didn’t receive a response. Please can you notify me if there’s any current vacancy in the organization…

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