We are privileged to carry forward the Quaker traditions of patient, quiet diplomacy at the United Nations, working for a more peaceful and just world. The strength of QUNO’s work lies in our long term persistence. Through perseverance, we have helped to change attitudes, create new understandings, and develop new standards.
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Are you excited by the possibility of working among a friendly NGO team committed to building world peace and based in a pleasant environment in Geneva? QUNO is seeking an experienced, innovative, service-oriented Communications and Fundraising Coordinator to develop this new post that strengthens these areas in support of our programme work.
You would be part of our friendly and socially committed team at Quaker House Geneva, and responsible for managing QUNO's digital and traditional media presence, including our website, and the development of QUNO publications and grant proposals, among other duties.
This is a part-time post of 32 hours per week. Native proficiency in English is required. The post is open to Friends and those in close sympathy with Quakers.
Closing date for applications is 21 April 2014.
Full job description and application details are available in the PDF document below. Please be sure to fill out the supplementary information form, also available separately in Word format below.
- QUNO Communications and Fundraising Coordinator_Job Description.pdf 406.79 KB
- QUNO Communications and Fundraising Coordinator_Supplementary Information Form.docx 19.68 KB
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