ENS is seeking a Community Engagement Coordinator to play a key role in enabling ENS to fulfil its mission to break the cycle of statelessness in Europe and realise everyone’s right to a nationality.
This is a great opportunity to help us deliver our new Strategic Plan working at the forefront of one of the most pressing human rights issues. The successful candidate will shape the way stateless people and community-led organisations are involved in our work and help us develop new ways of raising awareness and galvanising action to end statelessness.
Working under the supervision of the Head of Communications, Operations & Development, the postholder will help deliver ENS’s new strategic plan, and lead on realisation of our goal to support people with lived experience of statelessness and their communities to claim power as leaders of change. They will also work to ensure that community engagement is integrated across the three pillars of ENS’s work: law and policy development, awareness-raising, and capacity-building.
Applying for the role
To find out more about the role and how to apply please read the full role description.
Candidates should send a completed application form to email@example.com no later than Monday 20 November 2023 (9am UK time), stating “Community Engagement Coordinator” in the subject heading. For questions about the role, contact ENS Head of Communications, Operations & Development, Jan Brulc (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We particularly welcome applications from stateless (or formerly stateless) individuals, and people from a migrant, refugee, or minority background. If you require support with your application, please get in touch to discuss this further with us.
Please note that all applicants must have an existing right to work in the UK. Unfortunately, we are unable to sponsor visa applications for this post.