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CIP is recruiting...

last modified Nov 24, 2014 06:23 PM
CIP is seeking maternity cover for our External Relations Officer post, helping to develop our extensive public education programme and to oversee our communications.

CIP wishes to appoint an External Relations Officer (maternity cover) beginning 5th January 2015. This post is fixed-term for 7 months or the return of the post holder, whichever is the earlier. CIP is developing an extensive public education programme which is based in London and elsewhere. This role will include: co-ordinating and facilitating CIP's public education projects, representing CIP at events and conferences and sustaining existing relationships as well as brokering new ones, overseeing CIP's online and social media communications and handling enquiries and supporting and assisting both the work of the CIP's Scriptural Reasoning Co-ordinator and the work of the Director in his fundraising and benefactor-relations portfolio. Candidates should have a degree in a relevant discipline, excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a high level of IT and internet literacy. The External Relations Officer will be expected to have an understanding of at least one of the three Abrahamic faiths and to show an interest in relations and encounter between the faiths. For further information and how to apply please see here

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