Au Watch seeks an experienced publications and communications officer to effectively publicize its exciting work and to manage its publications. Au Watch was founded in 1997 as a pan-African non-governmental organization, based in The Gambia, to enhance the use and effectiveness of African regional human rights mechanisms through legal advocacy, capacity building, research and publications, and cooperation with the African regional human rights system.
The publications and communications Officer should start work in January 2015.
The Publications and Communications officer will:
Compensation is very competitive and is tax-free. Retirement benefits and family health coverage is provided. Interested candidates are invited to submit: a letter of motivation; a recent CV; three writing samples and a list of 3 referees who are not related to the candidate. Please note that only short listed candidate will be contacted.
Closing date for applications is 31st October 2020
How to apply:
Kindly send your application and all relevant documents [email protected]
AU Watch is committed to equal opportunities. Women candidates are encouraged to apply.
This is a permanent position based at our Headquarters currently at Atlantic Road, Cape Point Road, Banjul, Kanifing Municipal Council. Email your applications to: [email protected]
Benefits: 25 days annual leave + public holidays, a contributory pension scheme and more.
Appointment subject to satisfactory references, proof of right to work in The Gambia.