Paid internship: Help us to grow our youth activist network

Youth activism intern/trainee

Want to organise young people to take back our world from corporations and the 1%?

In autumn 2016 we launched a new youth network, which now has six active local groups. This year we want to build on this work, helping more people under 30 to get involved in activism and run our campaigns. This nine-month internship is a great opportunity to develop your activist and organising skills in a professional setting while helping to ensure our youth network continues to grow. We’ll give you the training and support you need as well as the space to take your own initiative.

Closing date: Monday 30 July, 10am
Interviews: Tuesday 7 August
The internship will run for nine months from September (Monday 3 September if the successful applicant is available, otherwise by mid-September at the latest).
Salary: £18,564 per annum (the London Living Wage)

We welcome applications from everyone irrespective of ethnicity, but as members of ethnic minority groups are currently under-represented in the organisation we would like to encourage applications from black and ethnic minority candidates. Appointment will be based on merit alone.

We offer a non-contributory pension, 25 days’ holiday a year (pro rata) and flexible working.

See below for the job description and person specification, application and recruitment monitoring forms, and advice on applying.

To apply

Please send completed application form and a completed recruitment monitoring form to: ourjobs@globaljustice.org.uk.
No agencies please – only personal applications will be considered.

Interviews will be held at our offices in Kennington, south London, on Tuesday 7 August 2018. If you are interested in the role, please ensure that you are available on this day. If you are interviewed we can pay reasonable travel expenses including from outside London. However, you must be able to work from our London office to do the job.

Please note: due to the large number of applications we receive for each vacancy, we can only contact applicants who we have selected for interview.

If, having read the full job description, you have further questions, please contact James O'Nions, head of activism, on 020 7820 4900. If James is not there when you call, another member of staff may be able to help.

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