Friday, June 20, 2008

JOBS- Two Positions in Caucasus Programmes, Conciliation Resources

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JOBS- Two Positions in Caucasus Programmes, Conciliation Resources

Posted by: Conciliation Resources <>

Conciliation Resources (CR) is a dynamic international NGO that
supports community-based and national organizations seeking to prevent
or transform violent conflict into opportunities for sustainable
development. Established in 1994, CR has programmes in the Caucasus,
the Uganda/Sudan borders and West Africa where we work in partnership
with local and international civil society organizations and
governments. CR also publishes Accord: an international review of
peace initiatives and we are involved in projects in Colombia, Fiji,
and the Philippines. We are also increasingly engaged in influencing
public and governmental policies on peace processes. We are funded
through grants from governments, independent trusts, and foundations.

The posts below are senior positions in CR's Caucasus team working on
the Georgian-Abkhaz and Nagorny Karabakh conflicts. Both posts require
fluent Russian, a strong commitment to conflict transformation and two
years project management experience in peacebuilding or a related field.

Caucasus Projects Manager

Full-time, London-based with regular travel, £34,017 plus pension

The Projects Manager will develop and manage a range of projects in
our Caucasus programme. Regular travel (approximately three months a
year) is required to provide support and oversight to partner organizations.

The successful candidate will have experience of project management as
well as working with a wide range of social and political actors. The
post will require a sound understanding of the region, organizational
and community development and conflict transformation.

Caucasus Programme Officer (12 months maternity cover)

Full-time, London-based with occasional travel, £34,017 plus pension

The Programme Officer will provide financial and administrative
management to the programme and to local partner organizations, and
have responsibilities for managing specific projects.
The successful candidate will have experience of project and financial
management (including setting budgets and financial reporting), as
well as a sound understanding of conflict transformation and the region.

For full job descriptions and application forms, visit our website
Closing date: Friday 11 July 2008

Interviews will be held in the week beginning 21 July 2008

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