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Vacancy Call for Programme Officer, Labour Programme

Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD) is currently inviting WOMEN ONLY from Asia and the Pacific countries (specifically from the following sub-regions of East, Southeast, South and Central Asia  and the Pacific) with relevant experience and skills to apply for the position of Programme Officer for the Labour Programme

The successful applicant will work with our committed Secretariat  and membership to advance women’s human rights, women’s organising power and advocate for Development Justice.

APWLD is a regional network of women’s organisations and activists in Asia and the Pacific, committed to women’s human rights and feminist movements.  APWLD’s members are drawn from 27 countries and the Secretariat is based in Chiang Mai, Thailand with a satellite office based in Penang, Malaysia.  If you are committed to supporting feminist, progressive movements, to labour rights and challenging structural inequalities, please apply to join our powerful team!

Selection Criteria 

Essential 

  1. Demonstrated commitment to the promotion of women’s human rights in Asia and the Pacific;
  2. In-depth understanding of the political, economic and socio-cultural environments in the region;
  3. Experience and knowledge of organising strategies to advance social and feminist movements.  Experience in labour union organising is an asset;
  4. Experience and knowledge of (feminist) participatory action research with grassroots organisations and their communities;
  5. A degree in social sciences; law, human rights, development or women’s studies;
  6. Knowledge of international human rights, labour rights and development issues in Asia and the Pacific;
  7. Minimum of five years experience in development work and women’s rights at the national,regional or international level;;
  8. High level project management skills including programme planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation;
  9. Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse, membership driven network;
  10. Excellent command of English language, both oral and written and demonstrated ability to write for movements as well as programme reports and project proposals;
  11. Good interpersonal skills, with ability to network in a multi-cultural environment and to develop strong professional relationships with members and other stakeholders; 
  12. Proficient ICT skills including ability to lead the development of programme content for website and social media ; 
  13. Must be able to travel overseas as required.

Remuneration

Salary range commences at THB 51,750 (equivalent of USD 1,500 )per month. Other benefits include contributions to employment pension fund, social security and health insurance; housing allowance and relocation allowances for staff required to relocate to Chiang Mai, Thailand or Penang, Malaysia.

This is a full-time position with a 2-year contract (renewable).  A probationary period of four months applies.

How to apply?

Interested applicants should submit the following:

  • Resume
  • Cover letter addressing the selection criteria
  • Application Form – On-line form (preferred); and downloadable form (attached)  
  • A sample of written work that demonstrates the applicant’s knowledge and analytical skills particularly in the area of women’s labour rights and development at the country, sub-regional and regional levels (e.g. an article, research and project / programme report, programme plan, statements)

On-line application is preferred but should email submission be easier, please send the documents via email with the subject line: 

“Application for Programme Officer, Labour Programme” 

to Marion Cabrera at recruitment@apwld.org  by no later than 25th November 2019, Monday, 6pm Bangkok time. 

Consultancy: ETI’s Base Code clause 7 – Gender and Social Inclusion – Research Component, TOR

ETI would like to invite applicants to design and implement a research initiative assessing ETI’s Base Code 7 – No Discrimination is Practiced – focusing on Gender and Social Inclusion in Bangladesh (Dhaka), with a view to publishing results, according to the Terms of Reference outlined in the attached document.

Oportunidad: Diagnóstico de Género en proyecto de agricultura Luisa Arredondo 

Hola a todos/as:

En TechnoServe, estamos buscando a un consultor o consultora que pueda ayudarnos a elaborar un diagnóstico de género para el proyecto MOCCA - proyecto que busca brindar asistencia a más de 70,000 personas productoras en las cadenas de café y cacao - Para más información, puede ver los términos de referencia en este link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YIQYYr04wEpx4tFhem2Q5OM7hWepA55h/view

¡Saludos!!

Equipo MOCCA - TechnoServe

Opportunity: Gender Asssement for a project in Latin America

Hi there!

We're looking for a consultant to conduct a Gender Assessment for the MOCCA Project - which aims to assist over 70,000 coffee and cacao smallholder farmers in six countries in Latin America - We're looking for a consultant living in one of the MOCCA's intervention countries and/or in Mexico and that is proficient in Spanish. For more information, please consult this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YIQYYr04wEpx4tFhem2Q5OM7hWepA55h/view

¡Regards from the MOCCA Team!

Evaluation

Terms of Reference for the evaluation of the RFSL program Regional Movements Advancing LGBTQ Rights

I saw this and thought of the network...https://www.rfsl.se/om-oss/jobba-hos-oss/rfsl-seeks-an-external-eva...

Kind regards

Bjorn

TOR For a gender Audit at Brooke

Please send in applications to the post ToRs_PGA_AP%20%281%29.docx.

Good evening Rituu, Your efforts are highly appreciated!

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