The International Federation of Liberal Youth (IFLRY) has two part-time Executive Assistant roles available at its Secretariat in central London (United Kingdom). The starting date is Wednesday 1 July 2015.

The two assistants will be working closely together and with IFLRY’s full-time Executive Director. If you’re dynamic, team-oriented, upbeat and responsible, then read on and apply!

Your tasks

  • Assist the IFLRY Executive Director and IFLRY in general

  • Assist in organizing and managing events

  • Maintain databases, contact members and partners

  • Perform administrative tasks assigned by the Executive Director

  • Maintain our Social Media accounts and website

  • Prepare IFLRY’s monthly newsletter ‘ISSUE’

  • Possibility of representing IFLRY at partner events

  • Possibility of participating and planning of IFLRY’s educational trainings

Your profile

  • National, EU member state or Commonwealth citizen with a valid work permit in the United Kingdom

  • Preferably studying your Bachelor or Masters in related fields, however, we are open to all applicants

  • Close to or native English language skills, any additional language skills will be considered an asset

  • Proven experience in accounting and financial management is considered an asset

  • Proven experience in project-management and organizing events is considered an asset

  • Good IT skills, especially in Microsoft Excel, Word, Power Point etc. Additional skills e.g. in graphic-design software like In-Design or Photoshop would be a benefit

  • Experience in website maintenance, having worked with Joomla would be a benefit

  • Possibility to work during evenings and weekends if needed

We offer

  • 1-year contract, renewal is a possibility

  • 15 hours part-time employment

  • A salary between 8.15 to 9.15 Pounds an hour, depending on your qualification

  • Work in central London at Whitehall, next to Westminster and Embankment Tube Station

  • An international network both in the youth and adult field

Please send us your CV and a motivation letter (maximum of 350 words) by 10 June 2015. Please note that you should be able to start work at 1 July, 2015. Interviews will take place in the Secretariat or via Skype in the third and fourth week of June.

Applications should be sent to