Contract Type: Permanent
About the role:
This new role will work within the ITF Seafarers’ Trust to develop projects to support seafarers’ unions, welfare organisations and other stakeholders who deliver welfare services to seafarers and their families. In addition, we are creating a new area of work highlighting the role of seafarers in international supply chains, based around the Trust’s photography archive derived from recent photography competitions.
The primary purpose of the ITFST Project Manager is to research, develop and roll out projects in collaboration with the Head of Trust. The post-holder would also be expected to take on other activities/responsibilities as required to achieve the Trust’s overarching goals and cooperate with the team on all aspects of the programme of work.
This role would suit a flexible, self-motivated professional, with a strong commitment to social justice, excellent communication skills, and proven experience of project management, ideally in the maritime and/or charities sector.
Due to the international aspects of the organisation’s work, a good working knowledge of another language would be an advantage.
Salary: This role offers a competitive salary, as well as additional staff benefits.
View the job description for the role here.
Location: This role will be based in London, however, alternative locations overseas may also be considered, subject to the suitability of the candidate and the pre-existence of an ITF entity located in that country.
About the organisation:
The ITF is an international federation of transport workers’ trade unions connecting trade unions from 150 countries and helping their members to secure rights, equality and justice. The ITF Head Office is based in Borough, London. International offices include Amman, Hong Kong, Montreal, Panama, Nairobi, New Delhi, Abidjan, Rio de Janeiro, Singapore, Tokyo and Sydney. It is the sole funder of the ITF Seafarers’ Trust.
The ITF Seafarers’ Trust is a UK charity established in 1981 by the International Transport Workers’ Federation. It makes grants and develops projects to advance the welfare and wellbeing of seafarers, maritime workers, and their families. The Trust secretariat currently consists of a busy team of four that operates under the direction of a board of trustees.
We are committed to flexible working at the ITF and since lockdown the Trust team has been working from home. We anticipate a hybrid working model, enabling staff to work from home as well as the office as we come out of the COVID pandemic.
How to Apply:
If this sounds interesting to you, please apply by sending your CV and covering letter firstname.lastname@example.org by 20 February 2022.
Interviews will take place week commencing 7 March 2022 via video conference.
At the ITF, we are committed to providing an inclusive environment for our team and our affiliates. We see the diversity of our staff as a source of intelligence and our strength. This means that we work creatively to make the most of the unique experiences and perspectives. We are an equal opportunities employer. We welcome all applications regardless of gender, marital status, sexual orientation, pregnancy, race, migration status, colour, ethnic origin, nationality, religion or beliefs, disability, age, political opinions or trade Union affiliation or activity.