Lie Detectors is looking for an International Programme Officer
About Lie Detectors
Lie Detectors (https://lie-detectors.org) is an independent and award-winning news literacy organisation in Europe that fights disinformation and polarisation by empowering young people and teachers to sort fact from fiction online and understand how professional journalism works.LieDetectorscontributesfindingsfromitsworktointernational and national deliberations on educationpolicy and digital rights, includingwithinhigh-level EU expert advisoryprocesses.
The scaleofourworkwithschoolsisincreasing: ourcountryteamscurrentlyarrangemorethan 1,300 individual classroomvisits per yearbyour200+ participatingjournalists, across Europe and beyond.
Are you our ideal candidate?
As International Programme Officer (IPO) you will be a key member of the international programme team at Lie Detectors, reporting to the International Programme Director. The IPO will work with country teams and external experts to engage in consistency checks and copy editing to ensure top quality training for our volunteer journalists and compelling curriculum for our classroom visits. The IPO ensures Lie Detectors country teams and country partners have the materials they need to maximise the impact of our educational work and will support us in expanding our work to other countries over time. The IPO will also play a key role in supporting the International Programme Director to manage organisation-wide strategic planning processes and will play a leading role in ensuring consistent monitoring, evaluation and learning regarding our progress against our stated objectives. Where relevant, they will also inform and support advocacy and communications work
You will play a pivotal part in ensuring Lie Detectors consistent growth, efficiency and effectiveness, learning and evaluation.
What we are looking for
A dynamicteamplayerwithprovenskills in planning, monitoring and evaluation
Provenabilitytoplan, setgoals and meetdeadlinesthrougha structuredapproach
Excellent skills in Copywriting, copy editing and proofreading in multiple languages
3 years professional experience
Ability to useprogramme & project management methods
Outstanding communication skills; basic financial and budgeting skills
Excellent English and fluent French or German (written and oral).
What we offer
We are advertising this position as a full-time role
A unique opportunity to advance and accelerate practical work to tackle digital disinformation and polarisation
Attractive salary and benefits package; full home office set up to facilitate hybrid office work
An interesting, varied and impactful job
Work in partnership with journalists, educatorsand international teams across Europe
Opportunities to inform deliberations in education and digital rights
Youll join a well-meshed and brilliant team - were proud to say that an external health-check found our team to have remarkably high levels of trust, respect and motivation
While this position is based in our central Brussels headquarters, we operate a hybrid office policy, facilitatinga combination ofworking from the office and from home.
If this sounds like an exciting and suitable next challenge for you, send us your CV and a cover letter in English outlining how your past experience equips you for the role by COB 16Novemberto email@example.com. Should you see this posting after this deadline, feel free to contact us to check whether applying still makes sense.
Lie Detectors is committed to building an inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds and everyone is encouraged to apply. Lie Detectors is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, disability, national origin, age or any other status protected by applicable law.
We are working with an external consultancy to fill this position. The consultant will have access to documents that you submit during the recruitment process and may contact individual candidates on behalf of Lie Detectors.
Thursday 03 november 2022 - 15h00