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Job vacancy: Programme manager for environment, human rights and social impacts

Recruitment|Bretton Woods Project|14 September 2011|update 77|url
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An exciting opportunity at the Bretton Woods Project!

This leadership role is a chance for the right person to make a real contribution to influencing international financial institutions so they work for poverty eradication, the environment and human rights.

We are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated individual with proven research abilities, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and very strong networking and advocacy experience. A strong commitment to social justice, human rights and environmental sustainability is essential. The role will focus on leading our work on the environmental, human rights, and social impacts of World Bank policies and projects.

Deadline for applications: 27 September.

Pay: £35,098 - £37,575 per annum plus contributory pension (10% of salary)

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Published: 14 September 2011 , last edited: 16 September 2013

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