London, Greater London
£39,768 - £42,771 per year
Contract, 3 YEARS, Full-time
Job description

Project Manager

  • £39,768 rising to £42,771 in project year three (includes £4,000 per annum London weighting)
  • 35 Hours per week FT (Open to Job share) 
  • Plus 8% employer pension contribution
  • 30 days annual leave 

About Us

The Civil Society Alliance is a new project which will empower civil society organisations, especially marginalised voices far from the Westminster, to scrutinise and influence constitutional, administrative and legal changes taking place in the UK policy landscape following the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. This new Alliance will bring civil society voices together from all parts of the UK and will be a key vehicle for navigating our complex and challenging post-Brexit landscape. The post holder will be contractually employed by the Human Rights Consortium who are initiating the Civil Society Alliance as a collaborative project with the Human Rights Consortium Scotland and the Wales Civil Society Forum on Brexit, but the work and direction of the Alliance itself will be influenced and developed in close collaboration with the broad range of civil society organisations that we anticipate will form this wide alliance.

About You

We seek an experienced and dynamic individual to lead this new project and manage the Alliance on a day-to-day basis. The Project Manager is a senior position within this new project and the postholder will be expected to be able to operate with a large degree of independence in managing both the programmatic and financial administration of the Alliance. A key part of the role will be developing and expanding the network of civil society organisations within the Alliance and in developing and maintaining relationships with key external stakeholders at Westminster, so we need an individual with appropriate experience and capacity to work with both civil society and elected representatives and decision makers. The work of the Alliance will focus on helping civil society navigate the post-Brexit legal and constitutional landscape with an eye on maintaining important standards and practises that are important to civil society. So, a background in research and analysing the impact of Brexit on the UK would be particularly useful in this role. For further details on the type of individual we are seeking please see the full Job Description and Person Specification.

To Apply

Complete and return the Application Form and Monitoring Form available for download below.

Closing date: 5pm, Monday 8th November 2021

Please view the Job Description and Person Specification below.

Additional documents
Monitoring Form (.doc)
Job Description and Person Specification (.docx)
Application Form (.doc)
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Refreshed on: 27 October 2021
Closing date: 08 November 2021
Tags: Campaigning, Advocacy

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