Title: Regional Director, The Gulf and South Asia
Location: The role is located in Dubai but you will be expected to travel widely within the region of The Gulf and South Asia
Salary: AED 19,000 per month (tax-free). Benefits include four-bedroomed accommodation and a vehicle (including running costs).
Closing date for application (CV + supporting statement): Friday 6 April 2018.
Are you a highly motivated leader looking for a challenge? Do you have a heart for social justice?
The Mission to Seafarers is seeking an inspirational leader to direct our port chaplaincies in the UAE and to coordinate our work across the Gulf & South Asia. As Regional Director for the Gulf & South Asia, you’ll work on a range of issues, from supporting seafarers who have been abandoned by their shipowners to developing new ministries in India. This exciting role is often challenging but extremely rewarding.
Click here to download an information pack.
Candidates are requested to submit an up to date CV with a supporting statement detailing how they meet the criteria for the role. Applications are being accepted electronically and should be emailed to [email protected]
If you have any questions about the role, send an email to [email protected]
Closing date for applications: 12 noon on Friday 6 April 2018
Interviews are scheduled for: Monday 23 April 2018
Title: Communications Officer
Salary: £27 - 30k depending on experience + benefits
Hours: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Closing date for applications: 24 April 2018
Interviews: 2 May 2018
Are you looking for your next challenge where you can be part of an innovative and exciting team?
Is your vision global, but you can also do local?
Do you feel you have much to offer and have un-tapped potential?
Would you like to join our team - because we are going places!
We are looking for someone who is excited about the challenges each new day brings. Someone who is keen to explore new horizons yet can keep their feet on the ground with sound and sensible judgement. Someone who is organised and can keep to deadlines and is also creative.
This role covers social media as well as publications, so we are looking for someone with a combination of these skills. We aim to develop our social media presence with a comprehensive strategy, aimed at both corporate and Christian audiences, so you will be playing a fundamental role in growing this medium.
We work with a corporate marketing agency to target our corporate audiences. Your role will be the interface between them and the Mission’s social media sites – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Linked in.
We work with a Christian marketing agency on our Flying Angel News – which is created three times a year and is for our core supporters. Your role will be to coordinate this newsletter, gathering copy and suitable photos.
You will take a key role in producing marketing materials for the charity including corporate, events, legacies, individuals and community specific and generic materials, as well as pulling together copy for impact reports for key funders.
You will work with our Advocacy and Regional Development team to enhance communications with seafarers and work on marketing campaigns.
You will be the guardian of our brand and the ‘go to’ person for our photos.
As our team embarks on new initiatives your role will interact in different arenas
The role of Communications Officer reports to the Director of Development, within a team of seven and is based at International Headquarters in Central London.
How to apply
Download a copy of the full job description here.
CVs along with a supporting statement of no more than 500 words should be sent to [email protected]
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