POSITION TITLE: Team Coordinator & Executive Assistant to the Director - SDG2 Advocacy Hub
LOCATION: London (preferred)
REPORTS TO: Director of the SDG2 Advocacy Hub Secretariat
CLOSING DATE: 25 February 2021
The SDG2 Advocacy Hub Secretariat is recruiting a Team Coordinator & Executive Assistant to the Director, to join its growing team. Based in London, the successful candidate will help to support and maximise the Director's effectiveness and provide assistance to the Secretariat team.
The SDG2 Advocacy Hub coordinates global campaigning and advocacy to achieve Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 2: To end hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture by 2030. With 17 SDGs to achieve by 2030, the Hub offers a new game plan- a way of working that engages the largest group of diverse actors to work together on SDG2 priorities while focusing on individual specialist areas of work that will ultimately meet the targets.
Facilitated by the SDG2 Hub, the Chefs’ Manifesto is a chef-led project that brings together 900+ chefs from around the world to explore how they can help deliver a sustainable food system. As chefs bridge the gap between farm and fork, the Chefs’ Manifesto empowers chefs with a framework tied to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. This framework consists of simple, practical actions chefs can take and are grouped in the 8 thematic areas.
The SDG2 Advocacy Hub Secretariat is based at a WeWork co-working office in Chancery Lane, London where this role will be located. The Secretariat team is globally dispersed: we work based out of Melbourne Australia, Washington DC USA and London UK.
Interested candidates should direct queries and applications to firstname.lastname@example.org Applications must include a cover letter and CV.
Applications for this role close midnight GMT on 25 February. Unfortunately, we will not be able to interview all candidates and only those who are short-listed will be interviewed.
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