Global Refugee Education Project Coordinator
London Senate House

Job reference: 00965

Location: London Senate House

Closing date: 07/01/2018

Salary: £28,955 per annum pro rata

Employment type: Other

Department: School of Advanced Study

Sub-Department: Institute of Commonwealth Studies (ICwS) - non academic

Hours per week: 17.5

The successful candidate will undertake comprehensive mapping project of existing Global Refugee Education schemes available to refugees and asylum seekers in a variety of contexts, and identify gaps in provision that the federal University could usefully fill and/or potential for partnerships with existing schemes in order to increase their impact and reach.

You will have knowledge and experience of project development and external fundraising as well as an interest of working in the field of refugee issues and/or education.

The Refugee Law Initiative is part of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, a base for world-leading research in several fields of scholarship, including History, Human Rights, Development, and Refugee Law. Research is undertaken by members of staff, associates and fellows spanning the whole of the Commonwealth.

The ICWS research community produces ground-breaking research at the forefront of several academic disciplines and uses this research to engage a broad range of stakeholders, including government, NGOs and civil society, in the UK, the wider Commonwealth, and beyond.

For a full person specification and job description, please download the documents below.

Further Information

In order to be considered for this opportunity, please submit an application and CV before the closing date at midnight on 7 January 2018.

Interviews are expected to take place in mid-January 2018 and candidates are recommended to ensure their availability.  

This is a part-time role (17.5 hours/week) and is fixed term for two months.

Pursuing equal opportunities and excellence in education. 


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