Location: GAATW-International Secretariat, Bangkok, Thailand
The Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW) is an Alliance of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) from all regions of the world. GAATW’s International Secretariat (GAATW-IS) is based in Bangkok, Thailand. GAATW’s mission is to ensure that:
- Responses to the challenges faced by women migrant workers are respectful of the agency of women and based on a labour rights approach;
- Understandings of trafficking shift from a crime control framework, to one that acknowledges trafficking as the result of global economic trends, gender inequality and the weakening of labour rights;
- Spaces for intersectional, inter-movement dialogues are built upon a shared feminist, rights-based analysis of labour migration, and the collective power and voice of migrant and trafficked women;
- The social and economic invisibility of women’s work is challenged, and the mobilisation, collective voice, bargaining power, and representation of women migrant and informal sector workers are supported.
For more information on GAATW, please visit: www.gaatw.org
GAATW-IS aims to do this by:
- Building, facilitating and maintaining mutual exchanges, communications and learning with and between Alliance members through action-oriented research;
- Collecting, processing, sharing and making easily accessible to members, essential documents on trafficking, as well as generally relevant information, in support of their activities;
- Making local issues internationally visible, and supporting members in their advocacy; facilitating local, regional and international representation of members at relevant fora;
- Developing and making available training modules on trafficking, gender, globalisation and informal economies, rights-based advocacy, as well as on relevant research methodologies to address these issues;
- Facilitating training and capacity building and organising conceptual clarity sessions for Alliance members and partners.
The Programme Officer Alliance Strengthening will lead the engagement of the GAATW Secretariat with Alliance members, specifically in the areas of communications, capacity-strengthening, and peer learning, and promote members’ work across GAATW’s audiences.
Tasks and responsibilities:
- Review and assess applications for membership
- Follow political and social developments across members’ regions and countries and share relevant analyses and opportunities with members
- Lead the organisation of regional or global members’ meetings, peer learning, and bilateral exchanges
- Highlight members’ work through different written or audio-visual materials
- Ensure that members’ contexts, target groups, and political priorities are reflected in the Secretariat’s workplans
- Contribute to the quarterly e-bulletin and prepare an e-bulletin in Spanish
- Translate or edit GAATW’s English-language communications into Spanish
- Represent GAATW at regional and international events, as necessary
- Contribute to other work of the Secretariat, as necessary.
Required skills and experience:
- Excellent written and oral communication skills in English and Spanish. Fluency in Portuguese or other languages is a plus
- Project management experience, including managing consultants and project budgets, is a plus
- Knowledge of global or regional mechanisms related to women’s rights, migration, and human trafficking, is a plus
- Ability (or desire to learn) to use video, audio, and image processing software and create engaging multimedia products is strongly desirable
- Excellent inter-personal skills, high emotional intelligence, and empathy
- Ability to relate to people across cultures and social strata, and to work in a multicultural environment
- Strong organisational, analytical, and critical thinking skills
- Capacity to travel as required
- Ability to work independently and to meet deadlines
- Accountability and the ability to deliver on agreed tasks to a high standard
- Experience working in Latin America is a plus.
- In-depth knowledge and critical understanding of gender, migration, labour and human trafficking from a human rights perspective
- Interest in political and social issues and trends in trafficking, migration, labour and human rights around the world, especially in Latin America
- Familiarity with civil society networks, social movements and activists in different world regions.
Terms and benefits:
Contract: This is a full-time position. We offer a two-year contract with a three-month probation period. After the end of the two years, the contract may be extended contingent upon availability of funding and an assessment of the position.
Remuneration: 55,000 THB (approx. 1,450 USD at the moment) gross monthly salary with additional benefits such as housing allowance, relocation allowance, social security, medical fund, provident fund, an annual salary increase, and (contingent upon funding) a thirteenth month salary.
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
How to apply
Download the application form, fill it and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line Programme Officer Alliance Strengthening by 15 November. Do not send a CV! Due to the expected large number of applications, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
We expect to inform shortlisted applicants by 25 November and have a conversation with them between 25 November and 10 December.
Positions to start: January/February 2023.
If you have any questions, you can use the email and subject line mentioned above.
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