Title: Project Officer – Analyst
Team: Aman Safety, STOP THE TRAFFIK
Location: Remote/ London
Hours: Full-time, 40 hours/week (inc breaks)
Duration: 12 month fixed term contract
Reporting to: Communications Project Manager
Salary: £23,801 per annum (incl. London Weighting)
STOP THE TRAFFIK (STT) is a global organisation that has pioneered a systemic solution to disrupt human trafficking using an intelligence-led, technology driven model.
STT is a unique group of highly motivated individuals with roles that transcend multiple sectors such as business, intelligence analysis, community activism, creative campaigns and digital communications. The organisation is in a new growth phase, which means we are now looking for a bilingual Arabic and English speaking Project Officer – Analyst to work with the team.
This is a newly created, full-time role within the STOP THE TRAFFIK team conveniently located in London Waterloo. The primary responsibility for this role, will be to research instances of trafficking occurring between Syria, Turkey and Greece, the routes taken and the methods used by traffickers to target victims. This research will work towards keeping refugees safe from exploitation and providing them with the appropriate help and support they need.
We are looking for a focused individual who has a passion for research, analytics and using data to make a difference to others. For this role you must be fluent in both English and Arabic languages to a high level, both written and spoken. Fluency in other languages such as Turkish , Farsi or Greek will also be an advantage.
You will be managed and supported by the Communications Project Manager. To thrive in this role, you will need to enjoy working in a fast-moving and pressured working environment that thrives on participation, collaboration and innovation.
In return for your commitment and hard work, you will become part of a friendly, dynamic team of professionals, as well as receiving:
We actively encourage applications from people of all ethnic backgrounds and minority and underrepresented groups. Please take the time to pass this vacancy on to anyone who may be suitable.
Closing date for applications: Noon, Monday 10th August 2020
Interviews: Tuesday 18th & Wednesday 19th August 2020 (possibly online)
Applicants will be committed to the values of STOP THE TRAFFIK and be committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and willing to undergo an enhanced DBS check.
If you have any questions or require further information about the role, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. CVs alone will not be accepted.