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[Sci-announce] Recruitment for a new International Coordinator

Dear all, 

As a follow-up, we’d like to share some links you can use to advertise the open International Coordinator Position. 

Website: https://sci.ngo/sci-is-recruiting-an-international-coordinator/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/2335157657/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ServiceCivilInternational/posts/10159854359192848

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/CR9DHshqEZU/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/sciint/status/1421084427967471619

Here you can find the designs to use for your own promotion.

We would appreciate it if you disseminate the open position widely and feel free to come back to me with any suggestions or questions. 

Sincerely, 

Chantal 

SCI is looking for a new International Coordinator

SCI is looking for a new International Coordinator to lead its International Secretariat located in Antwerp, Belgium!
We are looking for someone with strong leadership and communication skills, intercultural experience, strategic thinking and interest to work in an international organisation with a mission to create a culture of peace.  
The call is on the international website and can be found here: https://sci.ngo/sci-is-recruiting-an-international-coordinator/

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