The Bretton Woods Project periodically recruits volunteers, who play a vital role in the running of the organisation by assisting with administrative and other support tasks. Volunteers also have the opportunity to gain valuable experience by carrying out background research and helping with other aspects of our work, where appropriate.
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This role is an exciting opportunity to contribute to advocacy efforts at the forefront of key global development issues in partnership with UK and global civil society.
The Bretton Woods Project is recruiting a research officer focussing on gender and development and IFIs.
Equal opportunities monitoring form: Coordinator
Instructions for submitting job applications for Bretton Woods Project Coordinator position - deadline 09:00 (London time), Monday 7 June 2014.
Interested in running a key international network which monitors and advocates for reform of the IFIs? Your in-depth understanding of global policy issues and passion for creating change make you ideal for this role as Coordinator of the Bretton Woods Project.
Use your policy research skills and knowledge of international development and/or environmental issues to support our research and monitoring work on the World Bank and IMF, and support our network. Terms: 9-month fixed-term contract. Pay:
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