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CCPAU is recruiting volunteers

To apply: Send your CV and Motivational Letter to recruitments@ccpau.org

Deadline: 27th March 2017


CCPAU is a Pan-Africanist network of national, regional and continental African civil society organisations and citizens, which facilitates deeper engagement of African civil society organisations and citizens with regional and continental policies and programmes. CCPAU’s mandate extends to ensuring that the continent has its people at its centre and not governments, and that decision-making is driven by, and accountable and accessible to African citizens.

What we are looking for;

Are you a dynamic amiable personality? Are you looking for an exciting new opportunity to learn more about Africa? To expand your knowledge and experience on Africa’s regional and continental institutions? Then send your CV and a motivation letter to recruitments@ccpau.org by 27th March 2017, and let us know how this opportunity will tie in with your passion and/or career goals.

We are looking for a young, energetic and dynamic individual to join our team at the CCPAU Secretariat based in Nairobi. This person should be willing to think outside the box, bring fresh perspectives to the organisation, and be willing to volunteer their time, as a means of facilitating their own learning. This is strictly a volunteer position and no compensation or stipend will be provided.

The person we are looking for should:

– Have an exuberant work ethic;

– Work well independently and fit in well within a small team;

– Have high levels of integrity and professionalism;

– Be amiable and have the ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing, with a diverse array of people;

– Be knowledgeable of the African Union mechanisms and be committed to Pan-Africanism. This is not a basic requirement but would be an added advantage;

– Be knowledgeable in basic computer packages (Ms Office e.t.c) and have their own or access to a computer/laptop;

– Be fluent in English. (French or any other official language of the African Union would be an added advantage).


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