Research Assistant – Justice Transformation Team

Are you passionate about justice? Do you want to make justice more user-friendly? Then, the starter’s position in our Justice Transformation Team might be the right challenge for you.  

Real justice transformation requires diverse coalitions and a shared commitment to implement impactful solutions. The Justice Transformation Team helps make real change possible by bringing together justice leaders and experts around a system challenge to deliver user-friendly justice.

The team is looking for an assistant who can support the team in conducting research and completing operational tasks. This position teaches to take on a high level of responsibility, working in an international team and in an environment dedicated to creating meaningful results. All in all, this position might constitute the perfect start of your career.    

The position:

  • Conduct background research
  • Write clear, concise and appealing texts and reports
  • Solve practical problems and handle last-minute changes
  • Organize and facilitate team meetings
  • Provide project management support – planning and keeping track of project activities, reporting progress and results
  • Log, manage and analyse information on the progress of the project, using Excel and other programs

Our new colleague:

  • Has a completed Master degree in Law, International Relations, Political Science, Conflict Studies, Development Studies, Business Studies or equivalent
  • Has 1-2 years of experience with research and project management
  • Has strongly developed interpersonal skills
  • Has solid research and analytical skills
  • Has a clear motivation of supporting our user-friendly justice innovations
  • Has excellent communication skills, both verbally and in writing. Fluent in English and, preferably, a good working knowledge of French, Spanish or Arabic
  • Adapts quickly, anticipates needs and enjoys solving problems independently
  • Is adventurous and interested in travelling to unstable countries

What else:

  • Starting date: February 2019
  • We are offering a full-time position for an initial period of 7 months
  • Part of a dynamic and international team
  • Being creative, courageous and collaborative are at the heart of our institution
  • Preferably holding EU-citizenship

Will you join us? Please apply and send us your CV and a short motivation letter to recruitment@hiil.org

More information and opportunities on the HiiL website

Anoniem solliciteren bij gemeente Den Haag
Deze vacature maakt deel uit van de procedure anoniem solliciteren. Wanneer jij je sollicitatie instuurt, maken wij je naam, geboorteland en je geboortedatum anoniem. We vinden bij de gemeente Den Haag namelijk dat kenmerken als afkomst en leeftijd geen rol spelen in je kans om te worden uitgenodigd voor een gesprek. We kijken naar het talent dat je al ontwikkeld hebt en dat je nog hoopt te ontwikkelen.

Hoe verloopt de sollicitatieprocedure bij anoniem solliciteren?
Als je solliciteert voor een functie in de schalen 10 t/m 14, dan vul je je motivatie en relevante werkervaring en opleiding voor deze functie in. Wij halen de elementen die kunnen herleiden tot je afkomst (denk aan geboorteland) en leeftijd (geboortedatum) in de sollicitatie eruit. Dit gebeurt op een zorgvuldige manier zonder dat het leidt tot grote gaten in je motivatie en opgegeven werkervaring. Wanneer je op basis van je motivatie en relevante werkervaring en opleiding wordt geselecteerd voor een gesprek, geven we je volledige CV vrij aan de selectiecommissie.

Onderzoek anoniem solliciteren
De effecten van het anoniem solliciteren laten we monitoren door een externe wetenschappelijke onderzoeksinstelling zonder commerciële doeleinden. Met de kwantitatieve en kwalitatieve gegevens die uit het onderzoek naar voren komen, kijken we hoe anoniem solliciteren leidt tot gelijkere kansen. Ook het invullen van een enquête kan onderdeel zijn van het onderzoek. De gegevens worden verder niet gedeeld.

Indien je bezwaar hebt tegen het gebruik van jouw gegevens voor de monitoring van anoniem solliciteren, dan kun je dat onderaan het sollicitatieformulier aangeven.

Meer informatie op de Gemeente Den Haag website

The world today is increasingly facing (humanitarian) crises, creating instability with a global impact. Political upheaval and conflict, climate change, global inequality, and lack of access to basic needs and services, require major humanitarian efforts to provide assistance and protection to the most vulnerable. Needs for humanitarian assistance continue to grow and become more complex.

The DCHI Team Lead is the most senior level representative of the DCHI Team, which forms part of the DCHI Organisation including the DCHI board (consisting of UNICEF Netherlands, CARE Netherlands, Red Cross Netherlands, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Municipality of The Hague and Ministry of Defense), DCHI Team, and DCHI Focal Points (from each DCHI board organisation). The lead reports to the DCHI host organisation (Netherlands Red Cross) as well as to the DCHI board, and coaches and supervises the other members of the DCHI Team (including two innovation managers, and one communication expert). Furthermore he/she is hands on engaged in almost all activities of the DCHI Team (engaging partners, starting projects, representing DCHI externally, etc.).

Profile candidate/Qualifications
• The DCHI Team Lead has at least 10 years of working experience, with at least 3 years of higher level management experience in a multi-stakeholder environment.
• The DCHI Team Lead brings a large network relevant to the further growth of the DCHI

For more information on the job role, and to apply, refer to the DCHI website

The Dutch Coalition for Humanitarian Innovation (DCHI) brings together governmental actors, knowledge institutes, academia, businesses, and humanitarian organizations in the Netherlands to develop and scale innovative solutions for humanitarian challenges. DCHI’s mission is a transformation in the humanitarian sector by realizing impactful innovation, increasing impact and being cost efficient. DCHI is a dynamic movement that leverages the power of resources, expertise and capabilities in the Netherlands to support humanitarian innovation with a global impact.


We are looking for an intern who wants to:
– Support in organising events, finding interesting speakers and participants, and realising the marketing and communication around the events
– Help creating online and offline content (incl. Keeping our social media en
twitter up to date) to keep our members engaged
– Support with innovation projects and workshops that DCHI offers
– Define interesting partners for DCHI and reach out to them
– Be part of a great team and daily business

For more information see the DCHI website

Though the preferred location for this position is The Hague, there is some flexibility in where in Europe this position is located. Please indicate preference of location on your application.

We seek an accomplished, highly-motivated and well-connected Foundation Relations Manager in our European office to support and contribute to an ambitious global fundraising strategy by maximizing and leveraging revenue from foundations based in Europe. Our 2018-2022 strategic plan calls for a doubling of the amount funding from European foundations by 2022. Reporting to the Senior Foundation Relations Manager based in our Global Office in Washington, DC, and the Director of European Partnerships in our Europe office in The Hague for daily management, you will enable us to achieve this goal.

Job Summary

In close coordination with WRI’s Global Development team, and WRI-Europe, you will guide engagement with Europe-based foundations and work with directors and project leads on developing and implementing fundraising strategies. You will have and grow a portfolio of donors to steward, while guiding others in the stewardship of existing donors. You will play a key role in delivering effective representation and external engagement with key European foundation officers. You will oversee prospect research, donor relations, proposal writing, and internal project framing. You will lead and participate in joint fundraising efforts across the organization to produce compelling multi-faceted proposals for major awards and enhance individual project and international office development strategies and proposals. You will share a vision and commitment to a sustainable future, and WRI’s mission, culture, and values – integrity, innovation, urgency, independence, and respect. Team-oriented thinking is a must and should be combined with an ability to effectively to respond to complex situations involving numerous and sometimes competing organizational constituencies.

Job Responsibilities

Fundraising Strategy Development, Implementation, and External Communication

  • Proactively manage a portfolio of key European institutional and family foundations
  • Work with WRI’s DC-based Development team and the WRI-Europe team to co-develop and implement strategies to initiate or expand institutional relationships with top European foundation donors and prospects, engaging WRI Global and Europe Boards and leadership as needed
  • Provide expert advice and assistance with strategies for approaching European donors for priority projects. Coordinate, develop, and maintain regular outreach and communications with European foundation donors and prospects
  • Work in partnership with Global Development, WRI Europe, and WRI program and leadership to ensure excellent foundation relations and robust stewardship of European foundation support

Prospect Research and Internal Communication

  • Identify and qualify new sources of support (or new program areas within foundations), including emerging environmental and/or development-focused European foundations
  • Map relationships among European foundations and funder networks to identify new prospects and platforms for outreach; research, document, and track WRI staff and board member networks with European foundations
  • Track WRI’s European foundation sector prospect and funding pipelines and revenue forecast
  • Introduce WRI to new Foundations and facilitate high level meetings and calls with such foundations and WRI leadership and prepare briefing memos for donor meetings; aid in WRI director travel preparations to European Foundations, Europe funder roadshows, and accompany staff as appropriate
  • Develop and update prospect research reports and institutional funding profiles for foundation sector using electronic/online sources.
  • Ensure interactions with key European donors are tracked in Salesforce to maintain up-to-date donor background materials and donor histories, monitor progress, capture opportunities, and avoid any institutional conflicts, and support internal efforts to encourage institutional donor pipeline development for European foundations.
  • Follow and disseminate news regarding current or prospective European funders as appropriate

Proposal Writing and Internal Coordination

  • Drive and support the coordination and development of institute or multi-program proposals
  • Lead coordinating efforts on development of complex proposals via the Proposal Review process and assist in writing and editing program proposals as necessary
  • Maintain up-to-date foundation contacts and actions in Salesforce CRM, including tracking action items, donor submission deadlines, and geographic interest areas for improved outreach

Job Qualifications

Education & Experience

  • Minimum of 5 years of fundraising experience focused on the foundation sector
  • Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree or relevant professional certification strongly preferred (or 2+ years of additional experience required)
  • Demonstrated experience developing, implementing and/or participating in a successful foundation relations strategy and a track record of securing new gifts at the six-figure level
  • Established relationships with European foundation contacts, demonstrated experience and initiative in and closing solicitations, and proven understanding of the engagement and accountability expected by European foundation donors
  • Experience working on and good technical understanding of global environmental, climate change, and development policy is essential, as is a network of European foundations; experience working in an international team environment a plus
  • Experience securing major gifts from high net worth individuals a plus
  • English fluency required; additional language skills a plus.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office 365, SharePoint, and Salesforce a plus
  • Ability to travel up to 30% of the time

Skills & Qualifications

  • Strong collegial interpersonal skills; ability to diplomatically and effectively communicate in person, in writing, and by phone
  • Willingness to engage in face-to-face fundraising and proposal pitches, meetings, and donor cultivation efforts
  • Excellent prospect research skills; understanding of what constitutes relevant and strategic information and how to analyze the data to support prospect development
  • Exceptional writing and proofreading skills; ability to translate technical information into lay language; experience in developing and organizing proposals for varying audiences
  • Proven self-starter and problem-solver; ability to take initiative and devise creative solutions. Ability to take initiative and work independently, though a commitment to pan-organization cooperation and support
  • Demonstrated excellence in organizational skills and attention to detail; ability to help drive projects to completion
  • Dedication to industry best practices and ability to develop skills as technology advances
  • Comfortable working with diverse staff, across multiple time zones, in a fast-paced and deadline-driven environment with complex and evolving relationships and priorities and within tight and often parallel deadlines

WRI Overview

World Resources Institute (WRI) is an independent, nonprofit global research organization that turns big ideas into action at the nexus of environment, economic opportunity and human well-being. We are working to address six critical challenges that the world must overcome this decade in order to secure a sustainable future for people and the planet: climate change, energy, food, forests, water and sustainable cities.

We are passionate. We value our diversity of interests, skills and backgrounds. We have a flexible work environment. And we share a common goal to catalyze change that will improve the lives of people. Our shared ideals are at the core of our approach. They include: integrity, innovation, urgency, independence and respect.

The foundation of our work is delivering high-quality research, data, maps and analysis to solve the world’s greatest environment and international development challenges, and improve people’s lives. We work with leaders in government, business and civil society to drive ambitious action and create change on the ground. Equally important, we bring together partners to develop breakthrough ideas and scale-up solutions for far-reaching, enduring impact.

We have been growing rapidly: our staff has doubled in size over the past 5 years and our operating budget is now $100 million. Founded in 1982, WRI has a global staff of nearly 700 people with work spanning 50 countries. We have offices in AfricaBrazilChinaEuropeIndiaIndonesiaMexico and the United States.  

WRI is committed to advancing gender and social equity for human well-being in our mission and applies this principle to our organizational and programmatic practices. 

How to Apply

Applicants must apply through the WRI Careers portal to be considered.

The World Resources Institute (http://www.wri.org) is an environmental and development research and policy organization that creates solutions to protect the Earth and improve people’s lives. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, it is WRI’s policy to recruit, hire, and provide opportunities for advancement in all job classifications without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, citizenship, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, parental status, protected veteran status, or disability. WRI’s global agenda requires a staff that is diverse – with respect to race, gender, cultural, and international background. Diverse perspectives and experience enhance the way WRI selects and approaches issues, as well as the creativity and applicability of WRI’s policy research and analysis. WRI, therefore, encourages applications from U.S. minorities, persons from other countries (especially developing nations), and from women of all backgrounds

More opportunities on the WRI website

HiiL is the perfect employer for a both creative and strategic thinker with a hands-on mentality who does not only invent but also implement ideas.

We are opening a position that offers the right candidate a lot of possibilities to create his/her own job. HiiL is transforming and we have to elevate the PR & Communication to a next level. Therefore, we are searching for a senior PR & Communications professional.

The Communications & PR manager will be responsible for implementing the organization’s communication strategy to its reputation with the public, the media, employees and stakeholders. Roll’s-out public relations programs, activities, campaigns, events, and promotional materials in collaboration with the team. The new Manager can coach the organization to optimize their interactions with (online) external media. Handles complex enquiries from the public, media and/or other interested parties to ensure that all communications are consistent, accurate and appropriate.

The position:

  • Build a thought leadership position for the HiiL institution with relevant stakeholders
  • Build an international media relations network with relevant channels
  • Translate the HiiL proposition, mission, vision into a communication strategy for all communication channels
  • Improve communication team’s workflow and be an inspiring coach for your team
  • Collaborate with internal and external (international) teams on projects and reports
  • Communicate appearances of CEO and other HiiL directors at international events
  • Build and protect the brand equity and HiiL reputation, both off- and online
  • Alignment of the fundraising and communication strategy to optimize the funding and ensure that all communication is in line with the company strategy and values
  • Directly reports to the CEO

The Team:

The Communication team handles creative design and development of branded collateral, various communication materials and social media campaigns. An experienced Graphic Designer and Social Media intern make up your team. Just like other HiiL colleague’s, they are self-starters with a hands-on mentality and are used to take ownership. Creating valuable and meaningful output is the goal for each task they are completing. They are proud of the organization and its goals and want to provide to its success. The team holds an ambitious, positive mentality. The culture is open, informal and high on quality.

Our new colleague:

  • Has 6-8 years of work experience in Public Relations & Communications
  • Has proven experience in establishing sustainable Media Relations
  • Has proven experience in targeting diverse audiences
  • Had supervisory functions in the past
  • Is confident in copy writing and story telling
  • Does cherish teamwork, motivation & team development
  • Has a BA/MA degree in Communications or similar

What else:

  • We are offering a part-time position (24 hours)
  • Starting date: as soon as possible
  • HiiL is located in The Hague Humanity Hub
  • 5 minutes walking distance to The Hague Central Station

This, and other opportunities, on the HiiL website

Are you passionate about justice? Do you want to make justice more user-friendly? Then, the starter’s position in our Measuring Justice Team might be the right challenge for you. The team collects the voices of thousands with the Justice Needs and Satisfaction Survey (JNS) a unique approach towards user-friendly justice. Through the Survey, the team gets to see the state of play that reveals people’s actual legal problems, experiences and access to justice. Adjusted to the specific context of the country it provides in-depth understanding.

The team is looking for an assistant who can support the team in conducting research and completing operational tasks. This position teaches to take on a high level of responsibility, working in an international team and in an environment dedicated to creating meaningful output. All in all, this position might constitute the perfect start of your career.     

The position:

  • Conduct high quality socio-legal research and analysis based on desk research as well as processing of quantitative and qualitative data
  • Research topics that support team activities, prepares summaries and statistical overviews
  • Write clear and concise pieces of texts on relevant research topics
  • Organize and facilitates team meetings
  • Provide project management support – planning and keeping track of project activities, reporting progress and results

Our new colleague:

  • Has a completed Bachelor/Master degree in International Business and/or Management, Law or Social Sciences (economics, political science, public administration, research) or equivalent
  • Has 1-2 years of experience with research and project management
  • Has solid research and analytical skills
  • Has excellent Excel skills
  • Has a clear motivation of supporting our user-friendly justice innovations
  • High-level English writing skills(proficient). French (proficient) and Dutch are an advantage
  • Knowledge and skills with statistical research and packages such as Stata/SPSS/R
  • Is adventorous and interested in travelling to unstable countries
  • Knowledge of Microsoft BI, survey CTO or similar is a plus
  • Knowledge of Atlas.it or similar is a plus
  • Experience with desktop publishing packages such as Adobe InDesign/Microsoft Publisher is an advantage

What else:

  • Starting date: February 2019
  • We are offering a full-time position for an initial period of 7 months
  • Part of a dynamic and international team
  • Being creative, courageous and collaborative are at the heart of our institution
  • Preferably holding EU-citizenship

Will you join us? Please apply and send us your CV and a short motivation letter

to recruitment@hiil.org

This, and other opportunities, on the HiiL website

HiiL is looking for a Justice Sector Advisor. We are a social enterprise, based in The Hague, that works to improve access to justice. You will join the Measuring Justice team. As a Justice Sector Advisor you will consult our clients on implementing data results. This includes fulfilling the role of project manager and visualising this data in a user-friendly way. The team collects the voices of thousands of people through the Justice Needs and Satisfaction tool. This is a unique, bottom-up approach to justice. It allows the team to map out people’s actual legal problems and their experiences with justice. The tool is adjusted to the country context and provides in-depth knowledge.

The team is looking for someone who is excited by the prospect of working internationally and wants to use consultancy to drive justice innovation. Do you have excellent consultancy skills and are you motivated to join a team that supports justice innovation processes in many countries and organisations? Are you able to communicate results in a user-friendly and convincing manner? Are you a team player who can work across departments and easily switch between collaboration and working individually? Then join us as a Justice Sector Advisor!

The position:

  • Find solutions to the problems of our clients
  • Participate in development and implementation of the Team products and services
  • Transfer knowledge and engage partners and stakeholders in different environments: post conflict, post revolution, lower income, middle income and higher income countries
  • Understand and manage survey projects
  • Assist in analysing data
  • Write reports and take care of other documentation
  • Present research findings in appealing and user-friendly style to high-end clients
  • Develop and implement projects based on results
  • Liaising with current and potential clients, partners, donors and funders
  • Has supervisory and budgetary responsibilities
  • Writes project proposals
  • Is adventurous and interested in travelling to unstable countries.

Our candidate:

  • Takes ownership!
  • Has +4 years of work experience with Database software, such as Excel, Stata, SPSS, R
  • Has +2 years of work experience in commercial/business (strategic) consultancy working with high end clients: courts, law firms and other organisations in the justice sector
  • Holds a Master’s or PhD degree in Social Sciences, Sociology, Political Science, public administration, psychology, communication sciences
  • Has proven experience in managing own consultancy projects
  • Has proven experience in successfully consulting clients by making use of consultancy skills to build trust, engage and gain commitment  
  • Has a successful track-record in writing proposal and fund-raising
  • Believes that a strong client and result-orientation is key
  • Fluent proficiency in English and one other major world language (e.g. Spanish, Arabic, French)
  • Has a clear motivation for supporting our user-friendly justice innovations
  • Experience in writing advisory reports is a plus

What else:

  • Starting date: February 2019
  • We are offering a full-time position for an initial period of 7 months with the aim of building long-term work relationships
  • Part of a dynamic and international team
  • Being creative, courageous and collaborative are at the heart of our organisation
  • Preferably holding EU-citizenship

Will you join us? Please apply and send us your CV and a short motivation letter to recruitment@hiil.org.

This, and other opportunities, on the HiiL website

HiiL is looking for a Quantitative Data Analyst. We are a social enterprise, based in The Hague, that works to improve access to justice. You will join the Measuring Justice team. As a Quantitative Data Analyst you will develop and implement quantitative research projects. This includes designing surveys, managing data collection, analysing data, and visualising this data in a user-friendly way. The team collects the voices of thousands of people through the Justice Needs and Satisfaction tool. This is a unique, bottom-up approach to justice. It allows the team to map out people’s actual legal problems and their experiences with justice. The tool is adjusted to the country context and provides in-depth knowledge.

The team is looking for someone who is excited by the prospect of working internationally and wants to use data to drive justice innovation. Do you have a strong understanding of both descriptive and inferential statistics? Are you able to communicate results in a user-friendly and convincing manner? Are you a team player who can work across departments and easily switch between collaboration and working individually? Do you have a basic understanding of coding and are you hoping to develop this skill more? Then join us as a Quantitative Data Analyst.

The position:

  • Participate in the development and implementation of the Team’s products and services
  • Assist with data collection and analytics
  • Fulfill the role of project manager and coordinate, among others, survey design, data collection, data cleaning, organisation of workshops, communication with local stakeholders, etc.
  • Manage quantitative data and the use of technology, such as Stata and SPSS and ensure data is current, accessible, accurate, and usable for quantitative projects
  • Primary data analysis and report drafting
  • Maintaining and further developing a data dashboard
  • Presenting research findings to policy makers
  • Writing project proposals as opportunities arise

Our new colleague:

  • Has +2 years of work experience as a Quantitative Data Analyst
  • Has a Master’s degree with a strong quantitative component in Social Sciences (economics/econometrics, sociology, political science, public administration, psychology, communication sciences, service design, computer science, business analytics and big data)
  • Has proven experience in applying the following data management skills: Database design and management, data integrity etc.
  • Has extensive experience in navigating database software, such as Excel, Stata, SPSS, R, Power bi databases
  • Has the experience in communicating statistical findings to policy-makers/high level stakeholders
  • Developed strong analytical and presentation skills
  • Prioritizes, is accurate and has an eye for detail
  • Loves to solve problems and can easily adapt to changing priorities and needs
  • Is adventurous and interested in travelling to unstable countries
  • Has basic experience in programming  
  • Knowledge of ODK/Survey CTO, Atlas.ti or similar is a plus.
  • Fluent proficiency in English. Fluency in one other major world language (e.g. Spanish, Arabic, French) is a plus.

What else:

  • Starting date: February 2019
  • We are offering a full-time position for an initial period of 7 months with the aim of building long-term work relationships
  • Part of a dynamic and international team
  • Being creative, courageous and collaborative are at the heart of our organisation
  • Preferably holding EU-citizenship

Will you join us? Please apply and send us your CV and a short motivation letter to recruitment@hiil.org.

This, and other opportunities, on the HiiL website

The Community Development and Partnerships Lead has a key role in developing The Hague Humanity Hub community and services to improve the potential for impact of the Hub and our members. We are looking for a curious, innovative, can do sector professional to take on this exciting and challenging role.


Key responsibilities 

Strategic Development 

  • Develop and implement a community development and partnership strategy 
  • Develop and implement membership formats, value adding services, programs and events that help our members to connect, innovate and achieve more impact 
  • Maintain up to date insight of relevant policies and developments and sector trends and needs and apply these to further developing the Hub 

Community Development and Partnerships

  • Grow the community by targeting and recruiting diverse new members including governments, NGOs, commercial enterprises, startups and knowledge institutes
  • Initiate and manage partnerships that add value to the Hub community
  • Understand Hub members goals and actively broker relationships and facilitate relevant collaborations to support them in being more successful
  • Design and implement membership formats, guidelines and best practices for the community to optimize member experience
  • Create (international) awareness of the Hub community and generate opportunities for the Hub and members to connect and participate in important events and developments
  • Represent the Hague Humanity Hub at internal and external events
  • Manage membership retention  

Programming and Event Management  

  • Initiate programs and events to support the Hub community 
  • Ensure there is a good balance of knowledge events, social events and member recruitment activities  
  • End-to-end Design and (project)management of events  
  • Mobilize members to participate in or contribute to events 

Teamwork 

  • Work closely with other members of the Hub team to support successful further development of the Hub including taking over other duties as required.  

Experience & Requirements 

  • Innovative spirit with a demonstrated affinity with (the field of) peace, justice and humanitarian action
  • Experience with and understanding of community development
  • Experience with and understanding of programming and event management
  • Existing network and insight into the Hague ecosystem of relevant organizations
  • A curious, friendly/outgoing personality with a genuine interest in our community
  • A flexible, can-do attitude, ready to jump in and help where needed and initiate improvements
  • Masters Degree in International Relations, Development or similar
  • 2 – 5 years of relevant professional working experience demonstrating community development and project management skills
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • (Near) native verbal and written English & (ideally) Dutch.
  • Already in possession of Dutch residency and work permits
  • Ideally living in or close to The Hague

What we offer 

  • A one-year full-time contract with potential for extension.
  • Salary commensurate with experience
  • The chance to expand your network with leading innovators in the fields of peace, justice, and humanitarian action
  • An energetic and purpose-driven organizational culture
  • A great learning opportunity to develop your professional and social skills in a challenging yet rewarding startup environment

Send your CV and Cover Letter to Jill Wilkinson (jill.wilkinson@humanityhub.net) with ‘Community Development and Partnerships Lead’ in the subject line. The application deadline is January 23 and interviews will be held on January 31.