We are looking for an enthusiastic and well-organised individual with a genuine commitment to human rights, who enjoys engaging with supporters and possesses excellent communication skills. The successful candidate will be a confident, diligent individual with experience effectively managing their own projects and competing priorities.
The Executive Assistant supports the Director of Free Tibet (who is also Director of our research partner, Tibet Watch), as well as the Free Tibet Executive Committee and the Tibet Watch Board of Trustees. In addition to general administration and ensuring the smooth running of the office, the Executive Assistant will have responsibilities in HR, event management and supporter communications. This is a challenging but varied role which will suit someone who enjoys working across different areas and is able to manage competing priorities.
Further job information and a person specification is provided within this Information Pack. To apply, please submit this completed application form and equal opportunities monitoring form to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on Monday 29 May 2016. Interviews will take place during the week commencing 6 June 2016.
We are seeking new Board members
Free Tibet is a London-based non-profit, non-governmental organisation that campaigns for Tibetans' right to freedom. We mobilise active support for the Tibetan cause, champion human rights and tell the world about China's on-going occupation. We are entirely funded by our supporters.
We are seeking experienced individuals to join our board (Executive Committee). As a member of the board you will help shape Free Tibet's strategy, policies and future development. In addition you will contribute meaningfully to the board's legal and management responsibilities which include ensuring our financial sustainability and providing oversight and support of our Chief Executive in running the campaign and organisation.
The board is seeking dedicated individuals with expertise in the areas of fundraising, campaigning and media who are prepared to contribute their time and talent in support of Free Tibet and the wider campaign for Tibetan rights and freedom.
The board meets a minimum of four evenings per year in London, as well as communicating and making decisions via email when required. Applicants should be prepared to assume occasional additional duties to help the campaign and its future development. Membership of the board is a voluntary position, without expenses.
How to apply: please email a cover letter and CV to email@example.com.