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Programmes and Accountability Assistant Volunteer
Following the fantastic success of the Philippines Typhoon Appeal,  the Disasters Emergency Committee is looking for a volunteer to support the Programmes and Accountability team as it monitors and evaluates the humanitarian response of DEC member agencies.  
This role is an exciting opportunity to gain first-hand experience of working for a high level humanitarian sector charity and would ideally suit an undergraduate/Masters student wanting to gain experience in this area, whilst utilising existing skills. 
Full details are contained within the Role Profile.
To apply, please complete and return the Volunteer Application Form, Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and submit a short covering letter by 9am on Monday 28th April to
To find out more about what it is like to volunteer at the DEC, please see our Volunteer Testimonials.


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