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CEFTUS is seeking a new Project Officer

CEFTUS is seeking a new Project Officer


The Centre for Turkey Studies (CEFTUS) is seeking a new Project Officer to help with project management, administrative tasks, event organisation and office management.

CEFTUS organises public forums and roundtable events, fundraising and networking receptions and awards ceremonies. CEFTUS conducts research projects, closely follows regional politics, and seeks to provide a bridge between Turkey and the UK.

This is an exciting opportunity as the successful candidate would also work on CEFTUS’ other projects and initiatives which include;

The British Kebab Awards (www.britishkebabawards.co.uk)

APPG British Turks&Kurds (www.ceftus.org/category/appg-british-turks-and-kurds/)

Centre for Kurdish Progress (www.kurdishprogress.org)

SME4Labour (www.sme4labour.org)

CEFTUS’ office is based just next to Waterloo station.

This position is full time and paid (London Living Wage). Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.

If you would like to apply to be part of the CEFTUS team, please email info@ceftus.org with a CV and short cover letter.

We would encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible, as we will be interviewing applicants on a rolling basis.



Project Officer


Project management


Office Management

Event organisation

Customer relations

Sponsor relations

Assistance to Director


Undergraduate or equivalent qualification

Prior experience carrying out a range of project management and events organisation tasks with attention to detail and accuracy to a high standard

Excellent written and oral English and Turkish communications skills

Strong marketing skills

Good IT skills

Able to multi-task and prioritise and complete all activities to a high standard


Driver’s licence



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The Centre for Turkey Studies is an independent and non-partisan organisation inaugurated in April 2011 with the support of Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg in London. “ to serve as a Turkey-focused public policy forum for the British public and its communities originating from Turkey, and to create a dialogue between experts from Turkey and […] Read more


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