We are currently recruiting for:
Public Affairs Advisor
This role would suit someone with at least three years’ experience working in a public affairs role, with an understanding of the UK charity sector and knowledge of UK parliament and legislative processes.
There is a rolling deadline and we are looking for someone to start as soon as possible.
Please contact Helen Liles, Head of Operations, at [email protected] to discuss this opportunity.
To apply: Please submit your CV and a covering letter that demonstrates how you meet the criteria set out in the person specification to: [email protected]
The deadline for applications is Tuesday 2nd February 2021, with interviews taking place via Zoom on Monday 8th February 2021.
For an informal discussion please contact: Rosa Wilson-Garwood [email protected]
Surviving Economic Abuse (SEA) is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive team that reflects the diversity of the communities we support. Our culture celebrates diverse voices and we particularly encourage applications from individuals from communities that are under-represented.
We welcome applications from individuals who share and can demonstrate a commitment to our values:
We are purposeful: Everything we do is driven by our passion to make the world a safe and equal place for women.
We believe: Our work is led by survivors of economic abuse: their experiences and knowledge shapes how we respond.
We learn and share: Our team is curious, reflective, always learning and eager to share its expertise.
We are agile: We move fast and are creative in meeting the challenges that must be overcome to create change.
We work in partnership: We know that we can only achieve our goals if we work alongside others – our colleagues, the women who inspire our work and our partners.
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