Bretton Woods Project Coordinator - application instructions
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Deadline 1700 London time, Tuesday 14 February 2012.
A role profile can be downloaded here.
Please read these instructions very carefully. We are a small organisation - following these instructions will help us to process your application efficiently - many thanks!
Send applications by e-mail only to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please format the subject line as "Application: Coordinator".
Cover letter - the cover letter should, in two pages or less, answer the following questions:
Please ensure you send the file with the file name Your last name - CL.
CV - Please send a CV of no more than two pages and please do not include non-relevant personal details such as age, gender, marital status or ethnicity. Please ensure you send the file with the file name Your last name - CV.
Writing sample - Please send a piece of relevant written work of less than 2,000 words. The written work could be an article, an essay, something you produced for a previous employer, or as a last resort an extract of a longer paper. It should be entirely written by you with preferably no substantive editing by another person. We will use it to assess your ability to write clearly and present a coherent argument, not to test your knowledge. Please ensure you send the file with the file name Your last name - WS.
After you have submitted your application we ask that you fill in our equal opportunities monitoring form, the link to which is available from the role profile page.
We encourage all applicants to thoroughly read the Bretton Woods Project website before applying for a job. We have material online that will help you understand our work, our outputs and our priorities. You may also wish to subscribe to our newsletter, newswire or get alerts when we add new content to the website. Useful links:
About your application:
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
The Bretton Woods Project is an ActionAid-hosted project. ActionAid is an equal opportunities employer. We warmly welcome applications from all sections of the community and aim to promote diversity.
Recruitment consultancies / agencies should not approach us with regards to open vacancies. We regret that agency candidates will not be considered.
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Published: 23 January 2012 , last edited: 20 February 2012
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