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Join our Poverty Busting team in the North in 2013

Posted by Nicola Sansom Activism and Community Campiagner

10th Jan 2013

Would you like to become the Activism Assistant and join our poverty busting team?

This fantastic role involves recruiting, training and supporting volunteers to join our campaigning network, working in partnerships with many other organisations and helping to coordinate Oxfam's campaigning at larger events in the North! 

2013 will be a big campaigning year and you will get to be really involved in our coalition campaign focussing on; land grabbing, aid commitments, tax avoidance and transparency. 

This is a great opportunity for someone interested in activism, local organising, volunteer support, and media and political influencing.

Go here to download the Full job Spec and Application form.

All candidates must have applied with an application form and cover letter by 10th February. Interviews will take place on Tuesday 26th February.

Eamon Rooke who interned in 2012 says: "Interning with Oxfam has been one of the most rewarding and enjoyable experiences that I've ever had. I've learned the best ways to communicate and organise in the management of events and activism generally. I've become more confident in the skills I had prior to interning, and have been encouraged to pursue them through the supporting Oxfam team. This has made me much more employable than I was 6 months ago! But more importantly, I've worked within an organisation that's passionate about ending poverty. At Oxfam, you real feel a part of an global, social movement for justice. Whether you're training volunteers, or chasing tanks through central London, It doesn't really get more fulfilling than that."

If you have any questions get in touch with Amy Roberts:

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