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Vacancy: Global Witness Deputy Campaigns Director: Corruption

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Global Witness is an international organisation that investigates and campaigns to prevent natural resource-related conflict and corruption and associated environmental and human rights abuses. We collect irrefutable evidence through our investigations and combine it with our powerful advocacy to force change.

In order to ensure that it can continue to deliver high quality, effective and impactful campaigns over the next decade, Global Witness has created new roles of Deputy Campaigns Directors to head up its three main strands of activity.

The purpose of these roles will be to lead the relevant campaign teams and ensure that the strand delivers highly effective advocacy and high quality campaign outputs within the overall strategy and objectives of Global Witness as agreed by the Board.

Reporting to the Director of Campaigns, this specific Deputy Campaigns Director role will be responsible for developing and driving longer-term strategy for our work on ending corruption.  This involves investigations to expose corruption and relentless campaigning and advocacy to promote systemic change.  Areas of work include: getting companies to publish their payments to governments; tracking government money; promoting anti-corruption reforms both globally and locally; defending anti-bribery legislation and dealing with the proceeds of corruption, including anti-money laundering and tackling secrecy jurisdictions.

For full details about this vacancy, download the Deputy Campaigns Director – Corruption application pack here.

To apply for this position, please send a CV and covering letter, neither of which should exceed two-pages, to For this vacancy only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Deadline: 19th November 2012
Salary Range: £50 – £60,000
Source: Global Witness jobs

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