Public Services International is looking for a dynamic team player who will work on campaigning for the rights of LGBT+ workers, in PSI’s Union Development Department and as part of the Trade Union Rights team.
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With travel expected, once possible in regard to the COVID context, the successful candidate will be based in our offices in Ferney-Voltaire, France (part of the Geneva area). The position is available from September 2019 and is opened for an indefinite period, though the funding of the position is granted for two years by now. One of the objectives of the position will be to continue the fundraising in order to continue the campaigns about LGBT+ rights for many more years.
Their mission will be to implement a project in conjunction with the Council of Global Unions LGBT+ Network, in collaboration with regional LGBT+ trade union representatives.
Working in a vibrant multicultural workplace, the successful candidate will demonstrate awareness and experience of working in LGBT+ communities and campaigning for LGBT+ rights. Experience with trade unions is highly desirable. The candidate must be fluent in English, knowledge of French or Spanish is desirable.
The candidate will be hard working, motivated, committed to social change and sensitive to trade unions. They must have attention for details and have problem solving skills. They will thrive in supporting others to achieve results, be a good communicator and be capable of going beyond the cultural and the linguistic divides, to easily communicate with the whole international team of PSI Head Office and in the Regions.
Interested candidates are invited to:
Produce a cover letter including motivation for the position, related skills and competences, based on the selection criteria listed in the job description, of no more than 1,000 words in English;
Attach a detailed Curriculum Vitae in English; and
Email their application to email@example.com before 30 September 2021 (00h00 Central European Time).
NB: Incomplete applications will not be taken into consideration.
We encourage candidates to apply regardless of their gender, age, nationality, religion and sexual orientation.