London. UK. Human Rights at Sea is delighted to welcome Charlotte Rumbol to the post of Executive Administrator to the NGO's Senior Leadership Team in support of the ongoing expansion of core staff roles reflecting the increasing levels of global engagement with the organisation's work.
London. UK. Human Rights at Sea is delighted to welcome Emma Foley to the role of Head of Development. Emma will lead on all aspects of fundraising, communications, and international growth for the organisation. She joins us with an extensive background in development in both the private and civil sectors.
London. UK. Human Rights at Sea is delighted to welcome Martyn Illingworth into the role of Head of Operations and Development. Martyn will lead on the implementation of our ambitious strategy, as we grow our organisation and our impact. He joins us from a background in management in the civil and public sectors where he has worked for NGOs, governments, and UN agencies.
Updated 27 May 21. Download the Candidate Pack. Reflecting the expanding workload for Human Rights at Sea, the charity is actively recruiting a new UK-based member of staff as part of the senior leadership team in the role of Head of Operations and Development.