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Hours: Full Time – 37.5 hours per week
Location: 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE
Reports to: Communications Manager
Accountability and key relationships: The Event and Communications officer will work closely with colleagues in all THET teams; with external colleagues working with THET; with health institutions; and with other key stakeholders.
Salary scale: £24,970 – £28,091 gross per annum (depending on experience)
Length of contract: Fixed Term – 6 months with possibility for extension
We are currently looking for an Events and Communications Officer to aid with the organisation and
management of THET’s Annual Conference that will take place on 27th and 28th September at Imperial College London as well as to assist with communications tasks such as website updates and content generation.
You will have strong event management skills with an ideal minimum of 2 years’ related experience.
Experience of managing external suppliers including sponsors and venues is crucial to successfully fulfil this role. You will need to be a diplomatic and confident verbal communicator who is able to stay calm in busy environments.
This is a wonderful opportunity to bring your events knowledge and strong team working skills to our
small but dynamic team.
If you are interested, please send your CV and Cover letter to Edvige.Bordone@thet.org
Closing date: Sunday 29th of July at midnight.
Interviews: Thursday 9th of August 2018.
Job title: Country Programmes Coordinator
Location: UK with frequent travel to Africa and Asia
Contract type: Full Time – 37.5 hours per week
Reporting to: Country Programmes Manager
Responsible for: N/A
Salary: £29,131 – £35,374 (depending on experience)
The Country Programmes Coordinator (CPC) will support the development, management and
oversight of THET’s country programmes. The Country Programmes Coordinator post is UK-based and is a part of a growing Country Programmes Team at THET. The CPC reports to the Country Programmes Manager, and works closely with specific country teams across the six countries in Africa and Asia where we are currently active. CPCs play a critical role in ensuring the quality and sustainability of our work and are required to apply a range of skills: in proposal development, monitoring and evaluation, and programme delivery.
Accountability and working relationships:
The Country Programmes Coordinator is accountable to the Country Programmes Manager and will
work closely with the other members of the Country Program team and Finance. In addition, this post has considerable interaction with members of the UK Head office and Country staff based overseas.
If you are interested, please send your CV and Cover letter to Jobs@thet.org
Closing date: Sunday 29th of July at midnight.
Interviews: Monday 6th of August 2018.
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