o Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner;
o Follow the calls for submissions from UN special rapportuers, as well as other opportunities for research publication, that do work relevant to IWI’s mission;
o Make ED aware of calls for submissions opportunities and coordinate IWI’s submissions;
o Stay aware of non-UN calls for submissions relevant to IWI, including conferences, and coordinate IWI’s submissions and participation;
o Organize research, leading specifically on information-gathering, fact-finding, analysis and assessment of relevant frameworks for participatory governance, employing qualitative and quantitative research methods and female rights-centered design principles as appropriate;
o Represent IWI externally, including in governmental, inter-governmental and other public forums;
o Manage researchers, editors and interns assigned to your team;
o Ensure team is adhering to the principles of IWI’s Theory of Change providing input into outreach and advocacy strategies to ensure that research lead to real-world change;
o Oversee, and contribute if interested, to the drafting of timely and effective reports, briefings, position papers, correspondence and action materials;
o Maintain a comprehensive overview of trends and developments on women’s human rights globally.
o Excellent interpersonal and collaboration skills, and the ability to work independently and as part of a team;
o Flexibility, initiative, and good problem-solving abilities;
o Multicultural experience and sensitivity to cross-cultural differences;
o Minimum of 3 years experience working at NGO, preferably in a research capacity;
o Desire to work in a women’s human rights environment;
o Proven management experience and a strong track record as an implementer who thrives on managing a variety of key initiatives concurrently.
How to apply
Submit CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.