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Salary: 37-40K per annum
Location: Lambeth, London, Greater London
Job Type: Permanent
Apply by: 24 February 2017 (with a CV and motivation letter)
Job Description: Here
We are looking for an experienced accountant to join our team to manage the day-to-day financial processes of the organisation and contributes significantly to the development of the organisation’s financial reporting, annual budgets, and financial management & control.

In addition, the Accountant will contribute to the provision of capacity building support to member organisations, including participating in capacity/due diligence assessments and provision of subsequent support. Read the full job description here to find out more about the role and how to apply.

Strategic planning consultant

Publish What You Pay (PWYP) is currently recruiting for a talented consultant to support an 18-month strategic review and planning process. The consultant will work closely with the PWYP Global Council, the PWYP Sub-committee on post Vision 20/20, PWYP members and the PWYP International Secretariat to facilitate the process of reviewing PWYP’s current strategic framework and identifying new and ambitious goals and objectives for the period 2019-2025. Detailed Terms of Reference are available here.

Expected duration: April 2017 – January 2019 (part time – about 30-40 days over the course of 18 months)

Location: Flexible

Interested candidates are invited to submit a short proposal (4 pages maximum) explaining the approach and methodology they would be taking, together with a CV, contact details of two referees and their daily rate. Proposals/tenders should be send to the PWYP Executive Director, Elisa Peter ( before Friday 24th February. Candidates should be available to plan and lead a kick-off strategy meeting with the PWYP Global Council and Board on 4th April in Brussels.