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Global: IDWF Program Manager - Advocacy & Campaign (CLOSED)

Global: IDWF Program Manager - Advocacy & Campaign (CLOSED)

by IDWFED published Jan 20, 2020 12:00 AM
IDWF is hiring Program Manager - Advocacy & Campaign (12 months contract)




Program Manager – Advocacy & Campaign

- 12 months contract

Key Responsibilities

  • Develop, coordinate and implement IDWF’s gender-based violence (GBV) and anti-discrimination program - education, training, communication and campaign plans, budget and reporting
  • Collaborate with IDWF affiliates and Regional Coordinators in delivering program plans
  • Identify strategies and techniques to strengthen the impact of the programs on domestic workers participation and policy changes
  • Develop strategic alliances with partners and stakeholders for program growth
  • Engage in resources development for the organization

Skills & Qualifications

  • In-depth knowledge and strong understanding of GBV and discrimination issues faced by domestic workers and marginalized women
  • Strong commitment to the protection and defense of human rights of domestic workers or other women workers
  • Strong Initiative to carry out activities, with demonstrated experience in engaging stakeholders in developing & delivering programs
  • At least 3 years relevant working experiences
  • Proven management experience in non-profit organization is an advantage.
  • Excellent communication (Oral and written) skills in English and either Spanish or French.
  • Ready to travel internationally and work with people of diverse national and cultural background.


Interested parties please send resume with details on education & work experience, on present & expected salary, and indication of the earliest availability via email to [email protected] latest on February 29, 2020.  

(All personal data will be treated in strictest confidence and will only be used for recruitment purpose only.)


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