Some of ICCJ´s member organizations are trilateral, e.g. the Three Faith Forum in London and the Interreligious Coordinating Council Israel. ICCJ´s Young Leadership Council is also for many years actively involved in the Jewish-Christian-Muslim dialogue. During the 2010 Istanbul conference the ICCJ Executive Board decided to re-activate the Abrahamic Forum. Nine members of a steering committee have been appointed. Under http://www.iccj.org/Abrahamic-Forum.3410.0.html you may find their names listed. You also may find there the text of the ICCJ resolution to restart the Abrahamic Forum, its preamble, structure and aims. To assist this ICCJ trilateral activity we are inviting free lancers to send in their applications.
Job description and further information:
OF CHRISTIANS AND JEWS
Martin-Buber-House, Werlestrasse 2, 64646 Heppenheim
Building Jewish-Christian and Jewish-Christian-Muslim understanding;
Eradicating prejudice and discrimination;
Promoting tolerance and mutual respect.
We invite you to apply for the freelance job
Project coordinator (m/f)
The project coordinator will assist the Steering Committee of the International Abrahamic Forum of the International Council of Christians and Jews (IAF/ICCJ), four hours/week during maximum three years, starting as soon as possible.
The job will encompass among others:
a. Scholarly support for the Forum
b. Organization of conferences and consultations
c. Managing the Abrahamic web forum and web content
d. All this in coordination with the Chair of the Steering Committee and the ICCJ General Secretary
a. A relevant academic background
b. High proficiency of English and preferably also German
c. Knowledge of Microsoft office suite and familiarity with social networks
d. Ability to work independently
Please send your CV in English to: email@example.com, and state your salary expectations. Applications should be sent by October 5.
Rabbi Ehud Bandel, Chair of the Steering Committee
Rev. Dick Pruiksma, ICCJ General Secretary
Heppenheim, Martin Buber House
September 23, 2011.