Programme Officer in Bangkok
IDPC

The IDPC office in Bangkok is looking to appoint a Programme Officer to provide support to the IDPC regional work programme in Asia. The successful candidate will report to IDPC’s Regional Director: Asia and support financial management and reporting to donors, communications, administration, networking amongst IDPC members in the region with the potential to take on policy research and analysis work. The successful candidate will be highly motivated, flexible, capable of working both independently and as part of a team, and will possess a willingness to combine financial management and administrative work with communications, networking and other tasks requiring more autonomy and creativity.

Send the completed form to Ms. Sof Akbar (pakbar@idpc.net) by 5:00 pm (Bangkok time) on Friday 3 August 2018.  It is expected that interviews will be held from 15 August 2018, with a starting date in early to mid-September.


Communications Officer
Beckley Foundation

Applicants must have excellent writing and administrative skills, a background in media and communications, and experience working with an NGO or similar organisation, in addition to a right to work in the UK. You will aim to enhance the visibility of Amanda Feilding’s profile and that of the Beckley Foundation, raising awareness of our scientific research and drug policy reform work through proactive and reactive public relations. You will be able to create and maintain strong relations with the national and international media and effectively communicate complex scientific or policy issues to both the layperson and professionals. You will be part of a communications team and will ghost write articles, produce press releases, blogs, help edit reports and promotional materials, and most importantly maintain and expand our social media presence. You will have excellent interpersonal skills and be able to multitask between various projects.

To apply, email a CV and cover letter to office[at]beckleyfoundation.org before Friday the 27th July.


Project scientific analyst on security and safety
European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction

The jobholder will work as a Project scientific analyst on security and safety (Contract Agent Function Group IV) assigned to the EU4Monitoring Drugs (EU4MD) project, an EU-funded technical cooperation project of 3 years’ duration that will be conducted in countries neighbouring the European Union . The jobholder will be responsible for a wide range of technical and analytical tasks in field of drug-related security and safety related to the implementation of the EU4MD project. He/she will be involved in planning activities, developing and delivering training, organising events, liaising with networks and entities in the beneficiary countries as well as analysing data, interpreting findings and drafting strategic reports and threat assessments. Place of employment: Lisbon, Portugal

Deadline to apply is 7 September 2018


Project scientific analyst on health
European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction

The jobholder will work as a Project scientific analyst on health (Contract Agent Function Group IV) assigned to the EU4Monitoring Drugs (EU4MD) project, an EU-funded technical cooperation project of 3 years’ duration that will be conducted in countries neighbouring the European Union . The jobholder will be responsible for a wide range of technical and scientific tasks in field of demand reduction related to the implementation of the EU4MD project. He/she will be involved in planning activities, developing and delivering training, organising events liaising with networks and entities in the beneficiary countries, as well as analysing data on drug use and responses, interpreting findings, drafting and contributing to various reports on drug situation in this region. Place of employment: Lisbon, Portugal

Deadline to apply is 7 September 2018


Project financial agent
European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction

The jobholder will work as a Project financial agent (Contract Agent Function Group II) assigned to the EU4Monitoring Drugs (EU4MD) project, an EU-funded technical cooperation project of 3 years’ duration that will be conducted in countries neighbouring the European Union . The jobholder will be responsible for the support to financial management of the EU4MD project, including contribution to planning, implementation, reporting and accounting. Place of employment: Lisbon, Portugal.

Deadline to apply is 7 September 2018


Policy and Programme Manager (maternity cover)
Penal Reform International

The ideal candidate will have considerable experience in the field of advocacy within an international human rights and preferably criminal justice context. They will be able to represent Penal Reform International confidently and effectively within national and international contexts and maintain effective relationships and networks with key influencers and decision-makers. They will work collaboratively with the Executive Director, Head Office and regional staff across the organisation to implement projects encompassing research, policy and advocacy, as well as lead on the development of new global programmes.  As line manager of the Communications Officer and interns they will oversee PRI’s external communications and must be able to demonstrate the ability to motivate and support staff.

Closing date: 09:00am London time on 26 July 2018


Addiction Worker Training Project Trainees
Scottish Drugs Forum | Scotland

If you are interested in developing a career in working with people with addiction problems and at time of applying you are either 2 years drug free-including substitute prescribing or 2 years free of problematic alcohol use, we’d like to hear from you. Scottish Drugs Forum’s award-winning Addiction Worker Training Project (AWTP) is a unique initiative which supports, trains, and prepares individuals with a history of problematic drug and alcohol use to work in Social Care.


Assistant administratif H/F (Île-de-France)
Fédération Addiction | France 

L’assistant(e) administratif(ve) est engagé(e) par le bureau de la Fédération Addiction et placé(e) sous la responsabilité de la Déléguée Générale. Son lieu de travail est situé à Paris mais il (elle) peut être amené(e), dans le cadre de ses fonctions, à effectuer quelques déplacements en France.
Il (elle) travaille en transversalité avec l’équipe de la Fédération, en particuliers avec les autres salariés du pôle support.


Chargé de capitalisation programmes squat et xbt (analyse de drogues)
Médecins du Monde | France

Sous la responsabilité hiérarchique du coordinateur régional et en lien avec le coordinateur XBT et le responsable de mission squat, vous êtes en charge de l'accompagnement de la fermeture et du transfert de la mission. En collaboration avec l’éducateur spécialisé travaillant sur le programme squat, le coordinateur de la mission XBT et l’équipe bénévole, vous aurez pour responsabilité de formaliser et capitaliser l’expérience acquise par les missions squat depuis sa création.


Training and resource center coordinator
Médecins du Monde | Tanzania

Under the direct supervision of the Tanzania general coordinator, you will bring occasional support to the Kenya program and mission. You will be in charge of leading the development and design of the Tanzania training strategy, programs curricula and plans, and supporting the HR Nairobi team to build its training strategy, curricula and plan. 


Associate Policy Director
Harm Reduction Coalition | Washington DC, US

The Associate Director of Policy leads and oversees the organization’s harm reduction policy and advocacy work at the federal and state levels. Key focus areas include expanding syringe access, ending the overdose epidemic, building and mobilizing support for harm reduction, and supporting grassroots community organizing and mobilization. The Associate Director of Policy directs Harm Reduction Coalition’s federal advocacy efforts and oversees state advocacy activities to secure leadership, policies, and funding that support harm reduction...


State Advocacy Manager
Harm Reduction Coalition | Washington DC, US

The State Advocacy Manager leads Harm Reduction Coalition’s work to advance harm reduction policies in states, cultivate and support state advocates, and build state and local coalitions. Key focus areas include expanding syringe access, ending the overdose epidemic, building and mobilizing support for harm reduction, and supporting grassroots community organizing and mobilization.