Vacancies at Conciliation Resources: Peacebuilding Editor & Analyst, Policy & Learning Specialist

Conciliation Resources is an independent organisation working with people in conflict to prevent violence and build peace. We’re there for as long as we’re needed to provide advice, support and practical resources. In addition, we take what we learn to government decision-makers and others working to end conflict, to improve peacebuilding policies and practice worldwide.

Peacebuilding Editor and Analyst

We are seeking a Peacebuilding Editor and Analyst to support our Accord publication series in producing high-quality publications, ensuring they influence peacebuilding policy and practice. The successful candidate will also ensure high standards and consistency in our publications across the organisation, and will lead our policy work on more effective peace processes and on influencing UN and multilateral peacemaking policies.

Candidates should have a sound understanding of conflict resolution theory, extensive knowledge of peace processes, and knowledge of international institutions, specifically the UN. You should have experience of editorial and publishing work including commissioning, editing, project management, and production. You should also have a proven track record of effective research in the field of international relations or politics.

Policy and Learning Specialist

We are seeking a Policy and Learning Specialist to lead our policy work in the UK, and on public participation in peace processes. The successful candidate will also coordinate and improve our internal learning processes.

Candidates should have a sound understanding of conflict resolution theory and practice, with particular expertise in public participation. You should have detailed knowledge of the UK government's peacebuilding polices and a proven track record of effective research in the field of international relations or politics. You should have substantial experience in policy formulation, advice and advocacy in areas of conflict, security or international development and of influencing the UK government on policy issues.

For full job descriptions and application forms, visit our new website.

Terms and benefits for both positions:

  • Full-time (37.5 hours), London-based, occasional travel
  • £39,058 plus 9% employer pension contribution
  • 25 days annual leave + 3 Christmas office closure days + UK bank holidays
  • Season ticket loan/Childcare voucher scheme/Bike hire purchase scheme

Key dates for both positions:

  • Closing date: 5pm Wednesday 14 March 2012
  • Interviews: Wednesday 21/Thursday 22 March 2012
  • Start date: April/May 2012

Only candidates who are already eligible to work in the UK should apply.
CVs will not be accepted.
No recruitment agencies please. 

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