The Depositors Union (DU) is a non-governmental organization established in November 2019. The Union seeks to establish itself as the legal and democratic representative of the Lebanese and foreign depositors, through which they can claim their rights, and lobby against the banks locally and internationally.
The DU currently consists of 4 distinct committees. The legal committee is formed of 30 volunteer lawyers, who have filed 200 individual cases defending depositors in Lebanese courts and offer pro bono legal consultation. The DU lawyers have also filed several lawsuits in France, Switzerland, and United States of America. The legal committee provides free legal services through the DU hotline. The economic and policy committee is formed of several economic experts who have been driving the overall DU strategy. The media committee is responsible of media relations as well as communication. The DU secretariat organizes depositors across different groups and prepares for the forthcoming general elections.
The DU is seeking highly motivated individuals who may bring their expertise, ambitions, and innovative ideas by being part of a task force whose role is to complement the union’s mission, and help the DU achieve its goal by shifting it into a member-based organization through general elections.
Engaging the social media community of 45000 depositors and converting them into active registered members in the Depositors Union.
Representing the DU and disseminating information about the Union, its structure, and the purpose of joining the Union.
Contacting and calling the DU Facebook groups followers and prospective individuals in order to build the base of the union.
Managing the DU social media communities and responding to inquiries.
Handling inbound calls.
Assisting the community of depositors to fill in the application and process legal papers and maintain relationships with them.
Performing administrative duties such as organizing and updating the database of membership files and the work plan sheets and documents.
Reporting on work progress weekly.
Contributing to adjusting the work methods to maximize efficacy and participating in decision making in a flat management structure.
Training volunteers who might join the task force.
Communicating and meeting with the DU committees regularly.
Preferably Bachelor’s degree, preferably 2-5 years of work experience; Strong oral and written communication skills; Trilingual preferably; Organizational skills; Interpersonal skills; Can adapt to diverse cultural contexts; Capable of promptly responding to peculiar situations; Calm and patient; Dynamic.
IT, social media expert, psychology, journalism, political sciences, marketing and sales, and customer service.
Working hours, from 10 AM to 7 PM.
3 months contract is renewable depending on funding.
BYOD at work policy: The candidates should be outfitted with their own laptop.