Recruitment: LIMUN:HS Secretary-General 2019

Applications are open for the post of Secretary-General of the 4th London International Model United Nations: High School, 2019.

The Secretary-General will recruit and lead the organising team of the conference, maintain overall responsibility for delivery of the event and report periodically to the LIMUN Foundation's Board of Trustees. 

The role calls for a diligent, self-motivated and collaborative individual. They will be wholly responsible for shaping their vision for the conference and working with their secretariat to deliver this. The role also involves working within a plan and timeline to ensure tasks are completed well and in time, budgeting for the conference and ensuring the financial health of the event, ensuring logistics and academic aspects are well covered as well as advertising the event to schools and other pertinent institutions while maintaining good and productive relations with existing partners. The aim for the conference is to encourage participation from children from a wide diversity of backgrounds.

Candidates with proposals that highlight how to cultivate and develop stronger relationships with schools to increase delegates participation and engagement will be favourably looked upon.

Previous MUN experience is required.



LIMUN: HS was initiated in 2016 to bring the benefits of Model UN to a younger audience than the participants of our conference for university students, particularly among children whose extra-curricular opportunities may be limited. Each iteration has been met with great success, receiving positive feedback from teachers and students alike. The event is held at King's College London and most recently welcomed some 250 participants.



To apply for this role, please send a CV and covering letter to by Saturday, January 19. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to a meeting in early February to present their candidacy.

Applications for all posts on the LIMUN:HS 2019 Secretariat will be opened after the appointment of the Secretary-General.