Political Projects Manager (MENA) – fluent Arabic required.

Political Projects Manager (MENA) – fluent Arabic required.  

Global Partners Governance/GPG Foundation 

London, UK with frequent travel (when possible). In light of current working conditions due to Covid-19, we will also consider remote/flexible working for this role.

£30-35,000 per annum

NB: at present, GPG personnel are working remotely, but the postholder will be expected to travel frequently to the MENA region as part of project teams once this becomes possible.

 

Global Partners Governance works with parliaments, governments and political parties around the world to promote representative politics and effective governance. Our work directly supports politicians and staff and has included the delivery of projects in Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia. The postholder will manage specific projects in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region as well as contributing to GPG’s wider research, communication and business development activities.

Role and tasks 

The Projects Manager will:

 

Person Specification 

Please note GPG/GPGF reserves the right to appoint two Political Projects Managers should more than one suitable candidate be found.

Deadline for applications: Sunday 4 October at 11.59pm. 

Length of contract: 1-year initial contract with scope for extension.

Working hours: full time; 37.5 hours per week

Application Instructions:

To apply, please send the following:

 

1. CV (max 2-page).

The filename of your CV should be “Projects Manager 20 YOUR NAME cv”

2. Short cover letter, stating why you feel that you are well suited to this position.

The filename of your cover letter should be “Projects Manager 20 YOUR NAME cover.”

  1. Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form (optional)

 

Please email these documents to hello@gpgovernance.net. The subject of your email should be “Application Projects Manager 20 YOUR NAME”.

If you have any queries regarding this position please email hello@gpgovernance.net

For more information on Global Partners Governance, please visit www.gpgovernance.net

Global Partners Governance/GPG Foundation is committed to improving the diversity of our workforce through the attraction, retention and development of a diverse range of talented people, and particularly welcome applications from underrepresented groups.