Our client is a highly regarded professional association for the legal sector based in the City of London. They are now seeking a Project Manager to join their team, responsible for a specific human rights project, working closely with the Director, Programme Lawyer and an appointed panel of experts to design, manage and facilitate activities, organise fact-finding missions, trial observations, meetings, events and global trips.
This is a broad role, administering complex projects with lawyers around the world, creating reports on different issues which will be distributed internationally with a focus on huge human rights issues as well as wider content creation. An interest and passion in this area alongside strong administration and project management skills, and exceptional stakeholder management skills will be essential in the successful candidate.
Experience in the legal or human rights sector is not a requirement, however an interest in this field will be important. Any experience in financial or budgetary management would be an advantage as this role will support with gaining funding and developing the departmental budget. Primarily, we are looking for a strong operational project manager experienced in working with multiple, senior stakeholders and comfortable working with a wide range of content. This is an amazing opportunity to be part of a not-for-profit organisation, working with NGOs and focusing on huge human rights issues.
For a full description of the role, please send your CV with a brief paragraph outlining your relevant skills.
Closing Date: Early applications may be prioritised.
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