Quaker Peace and Social Witness

Peace and Disarmament Programme Manager

October 8, 2009 · 1 min read

Passionate about peace?

Knowledgeable about nuclear disarmament?

Committed to change through policy AND grassroots action?

Come and manage the Peace and Disarmament Programme for British Quakers!

The main focus of the post is to deliver the requirements of the Peace Campaigning and Networking Programme of Quaker Peace & Social Witness, which includes promoting understanding of the peace testimony, campaigning against militarism and working supportively with other organisations on peace and disarmament.

Based at Friends House, London NW1

Hours: 35 per week

Starting salary: £32,799

Deadline for applications Monday 2 November 2009

Interviews Thursday 12 November 2009

For an application pack, please contact Human Resources Department, Friends House, 173 Euston Road, London NW1 2BJ, www.quaker.org.uk/jobs or email quakeremploy@quaker.org.uk

Please quote reference number QPSW 10


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