Founded in 1995, the Trust has become a cornerstone of media freedom and is one of the only organisations in the world dedicated exclusively to supporting freelance journalists.
See below for current vacancies in our team.
Full-time 35h/week, (part-time and/or flexible working considered for the right candidate)
Location: Remote with ad hoc London meetings
Annual salary: £30,000
The Rory Peck Trust is looking for a dynamic highly organised individual, with a real interest in current affairs and the role of freelancers in international newsgathering. The successful candidate will be expected to work closely with the Programmes Manager and other members of our small, dedicated team, while also managing relationships with training providers, partners and freelance journalists. We need someone with excellent organisational skills and experience, preferably in a media, charity or NGO environment, who will enjoy working in a close-knit team to raise the profile of, and maximise opportunities for safety training of freelance journalists around the world. We are looking for candidates with initiative and self-motivation, a proven record of working with a high level of autonomy and with excellent accuracy and attention to detail. A good communicator and team player, you will have excellent communication skills with the ability to compose professional and articulate emails and the confidence to speak to funders and partners.
Essential skills and experience
- a minimum of 5 years working experience, preferably in a media, charity or NGO environment
- experience of managing a five-figure budget.
- ability to manage their own workload to ensure effective resource management and delivery of projects on time and on budget.
- understanding of and respect for the requirements of confidentiality
Read the full job description for more details on the role and how to apply.
Applications for this position will be accepted on a rolling basis until filled.