Programme Advisor, Member Association Support
Closing date 20 February 2019
This is a full time Brussels-based position, for immediate employment.
Are you passionate about driving sexual and reproductive health and rights for all? Do you want to contribute to a progressive Europe?
If yes, now is your chance to work with some of the most energetic and committed civil society organisations working on SRHR across Europe and Central Asia, ensuring that they can maximise the benefits of membership of the largest and most influential global Federation working in this area.
We are seeking a hands-on, proactive and committed professional to support a holistic approach to how IPPF EN engages with and supports its members, enabling them to meet their strategic goals; empowering young people, supporting the most marginalised and vulnerable groups in their societies and driving change at national level and beyond.
The environment for progressive issues is challenging in places but we are also seeing a corresponding momentum to ensure reproductive freedom, equality and care for all. This is your moment to be part of it. Apply today.
Profile: Candidates should have 3 to 5 years’ relevant experience in SRHR programme development and management, ideally within an INGO/Network environment in Europe and Central Asia. The ideal candidate will have a background in human rights and political context and SRH technical programming areas (including advocacy related) and experience of working within the EECA region. Fluency in English is essential with excellent written and oral communication as well as strong interpersonal skills. Russian is a strong added value.
Interested candidates are requested to send their motivation letter with detailed CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by 20 February 2019 midday. The full job description can be downloaded below.
Interviews will be organised in our offices on Monday 25 February 2019.
IPPF European Network includes 36 membership-based associations throughout Europe and Central Asia, as well as the Regional Office in Brussels, Belgium.
We envision a world where every individual is healthy; where sex and sexuality are recognised as fundamental and precious parts of human life; where sexual and reproductive choices are respected; and where diversity is valued and celebrated.