Job Vacancies

  1. Salary: 
    £17,508.26 (part time salary/ 3 days a week)
    Closing date for applications: 

    ACTIONAID International

    Position: Privatisation in Education and Human Rights Consortium Coordinator

    Location: Any Country where AAI has an office

    Duration: 1 year Part-Time Contract with possibilities of extension (3 days a week)

    Remuneration:  Salary of £17,508.26 per annum International Grade C

    Note that no expatriate or relocation benefits will apply for this role

     

    The successful candidate must have the rights to work in the country in which they will be based

    Privatisation in Education and Human Rights Consortium is an alliance working on privatisation of education and its implications for right to education. This Consortium is currently steered by 8 organisations - ActionAid International, Amnesty International, Global Campaign for Education (GCE); Global Initiative on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (GI-ESCR); The Privatisation in Education Research Initiative (PERI), Oxfam, RESULTS Educational Fund and Right to Education Project, and is working in collaboration with regional and national organizations focusing on right to education.

                     

    Purpose of the Role:

     

     

    This role will coordinate Privatisation in Education and Human Rights Consortium, act as the focal point for joint project activities, oversee the management of events, produce communications materials, and oversee joint advocacy and media dissemination strategy. The Coordinator will be based in ActionAid but ultimately accountable to the Consortium Steering Committee.  Refer to the detailed job description. 

  2. Salary: 
    Salary: $50,000 per annum, plus benefits subject to contract
    Closing date for applications: 

    Actionaid International DRC is looking for a Project Advisor to oversee the implementation of a four year institutional donor funded project in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The project will be implemented through a local partner, CONAFED and aims to tackle violence against women in urban spaces by improving safety and mobility in public spaces and holding governments accountable for the delivery of gender responsive public services.The successful candidate will be responsible for the provision of strong leadership to the Project and technical programmatic and capacity building support to partner organization (CONAFED). They will oversee all aspects of project implementation, ensuring the project is delivered according to the theory of change, logical framework and donor requirements, and in line with ActionAid’s Human Rights Based Approach and organisational values.