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CODEP job vacancy notice



CODEP JOB VACANCY NOTICE

Dear Friends

Please circulate this notice as widely as possible. A copy of the notice is
also attached in Word 6 format - for your noticeboards and/or mailings.
Please let me know if you can't open it and would like me to email it in a
different format (please tell me which format). The
notice also appeared in today's Guardian newspaper.

Many thanks!

Kathleen Armstrong
Co-ordinator


INFORMATION AND RESEARCH OFFICER
Part-time (3 days per week)
19,000 pa (pro rata)

CODEP (the Conflict, Development and Peace Network) is a London-based
network which brings together NGOs, academics and donors to explore the
causes and impact of conflict and to contribute to the improvement of policy
and practice.

Based in London, the Information and Research Officer will be responsible
for the maintenance and development of CODEP's database and website. The job
will involve researching information about organisations, projects, new
publications and current research and inputting that information into the
database and website. Candidates should have good communication skills, and
3 years' research and IT experience. The position runs for 18 months
(renewable).

For further details and an application form, please send an A4 SAE (52p) to
CODEP, 52 Great Portland Street, London W1N 5AH, UK or email:
codep@codep.dircon.co.uk (Please do not telephone)

Closing date for applications is Friday 31 March 2000. Interviews will be
held in the week beginning 10 April 2000.

CODEP aims to be an equal opportunity employer.   Reg charity number
1078128.

This position is funded by the Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fund




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