APWLD Vacancy Call for the Grounding the Global Programme

About Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law, and Development (APFWLD) : 

APWLD is the leading network of feminist organisations and individual activists in Asia Pacific. Our 252 members represent groups of diverse women from 27 countries in Asia Pacific. Over the past 34 years, APWLD has actively worked towards advancing women’s human rights and Development Justice. We are an independent, non-governmental, non-profit organisation and hold consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council.

Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD) is currently inviting WOMEN in all their diversities, including those belonging to minority and marginalised groups 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 as Programme Officer for the Grounding the Global Programme.

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

If you are committed to supporting feminist, progressive movements through strengthening knowledge and capacity to challenging structural inequalities and advocate for feminist development justice, please apply to join our powerful team!

Grounding the Global, Programme Officer 

The Grounding the Global (GG) Programme is integral in creating, defending, and transforming international and regional policy making spaces to amplify the voices of grassroots women and movements from Asia and the Pacific.  Advocacy is one of the core strategies of the programme that monitors the development of regional and international mechanisms and policies and identify strategic advocacy opportunities for APWLD members and partners that advance women’s human rights, women’s organising power, and advocate for Feminist Development Justice.

Selection Criteria 

  1. Demonstrated commitment to the promotion of women’s human rights in Asia and the Pacific.  Experience in working with a movement-based organisation such as feminist movements, indigenous peoples, farmers, migrants, workers, fisherfolk, Dalits, LBTQI, or other movements is an asset
  2. In-depth understanding of the political, economic, and socio-cultural environments in the region and its impact on women’s human rights.
  3. Knowledge and experience in engaging with international human rights, women and development issues in Asia and the Pacific. Experience in policy analysis is an asset.
  4. Knowledge and experience in engaging with International Human Rights and Regional Mechanisms, including UN Human Rights Council, Treaty Bodies, UN ESCAP, ASEAN, Pacific Island Forum, SAARC, or alternative approaches to regionalism.
  5. A degree in social sciences; international law, human rights, development, or women’s studies.
  6. Three to five years’ experience in development work and women’s human rights at the national, regional, or international level.
  7. Strong coordination/ teamwork skills both within and across teams
  8. High level of project management skills including programme planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
  9. Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse, membership-driven network and its allies.
  10. Excellent command of English language, both oral and written; demonstrated ability to write for movements as well as programme reports and project proposals.
  11. Good interpersonal skills, with the ability to network in a multicultural environment and to develop strong professional relationships with members and other stakeholders.
  12. Proficient ICT, writing and editing skills including the ability to coordinate publication work from programme content to production work in various forms and media.
  13. Must be able to travel overseas as required.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities

The Grounding the Global Programme Officer (GG-PO) is expected to do high-level programme management and coordination with a team including members of the Programme Organising Committee; ensure reporting and accountability to members and donors according to APWLD’s financial policies and guidelines. As advocacy is one of the core strategies for the programme it works and its’ work is cross-cutting and intersectional as it monitors and secures key advocacy spaces, leads in advocacy, network building and coordination for APWLD members and partners. The Grounding the Global Programme is also part of APWLD’s internal Urgent Response team, that is required to assess, plan, and carry out urgent response support to members and allies.

Remuneration 

Salary range commences at USD 1,500 per month. Other benefits include contributions to an employment pension fund, state mandated social security, health insurance; office allowance for staff working from home country.

This is a full-time position with a 2-year contract (renewable) and also working from home country.  A probationary period of four months applies.

How to apply?

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

Online application is preferred but should email submission be easier, please send the documents via email with the subject line “Application for Programme Officer, Grounding the Global (GG)” to Marion Cabrera at  recruitment@apwld.org

Deadline: Friday, 23 April 2021, 6pm (UTC +7)

Location: Office allowance for staff working from home country

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