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  • PROGRAM OFFICER: UKRAINE (Human rights/International humanitarian law)

    FIDH, the International Federation for Human Rights, is an international human rights organization, bringing together 192 member organizations from 117 countries and territories. FIDH’s mandate is to contribute to the respect of all the rights defined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. FIDH aims at obtaining effective improvements in the protection of victims, the prevention of human rights violations and the sanction of their perpetrators. FIDH has seven priority areas: Supporting Human Rights Defenders; Fostering an environment conducive to democracy and freedoms; Promoting women’s rights; Fighting discrimination and violence based on sexual orientation and gender identity; Promoting the rights of migrants; Combating impunity and protecting populations from the most serious crimes; and Promoting respect for human rights by economic players.

    General objective of the position

    Under the supervision of Eastern Europe and Central Asia Desk Director, and in cooperation with the International Justice Desk, the Program Officer helps to implement the organization’s activities in Ukraine and to consolidate links with internal and external actors working in and on Ukraine.

    Main tasks

    A. Implementing the activities of the program on furthering accountability in Ukraine

    ◦ Research and analyse developments relating to the armed conflict in Ukraine and the national, regional and international accountability efforts in response;
    ◦ Draft and coordinate the publication of reports, press releases, briefing papers, op-eds, and other communications;
    ◦ Contribute to the implementation of communication activities, in consultation with the communications department;
    ◦ Organise and participate in fact-finding and advocacy missions (including preparing the terms of reference, organising logistics, reaching out to relevant stakeholders, contributing to their follow-up…);
    ◦ Design, organize and participate in workshops and/or trainings.

    B. Liaising with internal and external stakeholders

    ◦ Facilitate communication with and between FIDH members and partners based in and outside of Ukraine, and working on the situation in Ukraine, including representatives of international organizations;
    ◦ Contribute to the organization, in conjunction with FIDH delegations, of advocacy activities with IGOs (UN human rights mechanisms, relevant EU organs, OSCE HDIM, etc) and States.

    C. Contribute to daily administrative and logistical tasks

    ◦ Coordinate translations and dissemination of documents, in consultation with the Communication office;
    ◦ Provide material or logistical support to FIDH mission delegates, human rights defenders and partners in the field for their travels;
    ◦ Ensure post-mission financial and administrative reporting;
    ◦ Contribute to the planning, monitoring and reporting on all activities carried out by the Eastern Europe and Central Asia Desk related to Ukraine.

    Experience

    • Minimum of 3 years of work experience in the field of human rights and/or international humanitarian law in NGOs.
    • In-depth understanding of the human rights, political, social, and economic context in Ukraine.
    • Experience in conducting research and writing analytical reports on human rights and/or international humanitarian law issues.
    • Experience in documenting violations of human rights and/or international humanitarian law, including by interviewing survivors of violations and witnesses.

    Competence and skills

    • Knowledge of international human rights law and international humanitarian law, as demonstrated by relevant studies and experience;
    • Education: Master’s Degree in international law, with emphasis in human rights and/or international humanitarian law preferred;
    • Fluency in English and Ukrainian languages. Russia language skills would be an asset.
    • Excellent writing skills and attention to details;
    • Ability to work independently, prioritize, and proactively communicate;
    • Experience working in or on Ukraine, with the emphasis on the armed conflict in Ukraine is desirable.

    Terms and conditions of employment

    • 12 months full-time fixed-term contract
    • Position based in Paris or remotely

    Conditions if the position is based in Paris:

    • Salary from 33 200 € gross per year over 13 months (the prorata 13th month will be paid at the time of the final account balance). A precariousness premium of 10% of the remuneration paid during the contract will be paid at the end of the fixed-term contract.
    • Telecommuting possible with a minimum of 4 days of face-to-face work per month.
    • 9 days of paid holiday and 8 days of RTT during the period.
    • Supplementary health insurance: employer’s contribution of €84.86 per month.
    • Meal vouchers with a face value of €9, paid for at 60% by the FIDH.
    • 50% of the cost of public transport passes paid by the employer.

    Conditions if the position is based remotely:

    • Salary from 33 200 € gross per year
    • 100% telecommuting
    • 9 days of paid holiday and 8 days of RTT during the period.
    • Supplementary health insurance: employer’s contribution of € 80 per month.
    • Meal vouchers with a face value of € 8, paid for at 86% by the FIDH.
    • 70% of the cost of public transport passes paid by the employer.

    You are in agreement with the values at work in the FIDH International Secretariat (professionalism, respect, commitment, equality, integrity, participation, audacity), as well as with the struggles led by FIDH for the defense of human rights of all people, everywhere in the world, as set out in its statutes and through its publications, which are accessible on its website : www.fidh.org

    FIDH seeks diversity and is committed to equality by not discriminating in its hiring practices, without distinction of any kind, based on race, religion, age, disability, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, health status or any other situation protected by French and international human rights law.

    For people with disabilities, we ask you to indicate in your cover letter any measures that would be useful to enable you to participate in the recruitment process in an optimal way.

    Start date: December 2022 - January 2023

    Duration fixed-term contract
    : 12 months

    Do you think you match the desired profile?
    Send your CV and a cover letter to: eeac@fidh.org indicating the reference UKRAINE PROGRAM OFFICER in the subject line

    FIDH reserves the right to close the recruitment process before the deadline for applications upon identification of a suitable candidate.

  • DELEGATE TO THE UNITED NATIONS

    FIDH (International Federation for Human Rights / Fédération internationale pour les droits humains), is an NGO specialized in the promotion and protection of human rights. Its mandate is to contribute to the respect of all the rights set out in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. FIDH aims at obtaining effective improvements in the protection of victims, the prevention of human rights violations and abuses, and the punishment of perpetrators. Our organization federates 188 human rights organizations in 117 countries. For more information: www.fidh.org

    The FIDH’s Delegation in Geneva

    •Represents FIDH before Geneva-based international organizations and institutions, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR); in particular, the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) and the UN Human Rights Treaty Bodies;
    •Organizes the participation of FIDH’s member and partner organizations in the work of UN human rights bodies and mechanisms (support and assistance with regard to the submission of “parallel” or “alternative” reports, lobbying and advocacy, communication, etc.): mainly the UN Human Rights Council (including the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) mechanism), treaty monitoring bodies, and special procedures;
    •Prepares and implements the interventions of lobbying and advocacy at the Human Rights Council, and defines advocacy strategies;
    •Feeds UN human rights protection bodies and mechanisms, in particular UN special procedures and OHCHR’s sections and branches, based on information from FIDH member and partner organizations and develops the strategic analysis of institutional developments and advocacy opportunities;
    •Relays and reports on activities and events to FIDH’s International Secretariat based in Paris.

    Missions & Responsibilities

    Work under the responsibility of the Executive Directorate General (EDG)
    Direct superviser: The Representative/ Head of Geneva Delegation
    General supervision: The Director at the IGO/UN-EU (DOIG)

    A. Implementing the activities of the delegation

    A.1 Contribute to the definition of the strategy regarding the human rights mechanisms at the United Nations institutions. To make institutional appointments and prepare meetings with the political bodies of the human rights protection mechanisms and institutions of the United Nations, to draft files (position papers, referrals, etc.) based on information from the FIDH and its member organisations and partners.

    A.2 Follow the developments and news of the IGOs concerned and inform the FIDH geographical and thematic offices of leverage opportunities.

    A.3 Participate in the strategic reflection on the interfaces to be conducted, propose action plans. Organise the participation of FIDH member or partner NGOs with political interlocutors and human rights protection mechanisms within the United Nations in Geneva (contribution to the elaboration of interface sheets, reception, assistance in the preparation of advocacy documents, participation in interface meetings).

    A.4 Ensure, in consultation with the Communication Department, the dissemination of documents (by email, by posting on the website or in hard copy) to the political interlocutors and mechanisms of the UN, to the representatives of the Member States and to the media.

    A.5 Propose and drafting contents aiming at developing a relevant promotion of FIDH’s activities among key actors and the general public in the countries where FIDH’s delegations are based.

    A.6 To carry out, on the delegation of the representative, representation activities (taking positions and dealing with issues) with international organisations and institutions in Geneva.

    A.7 Participating in the programming and reporting of the delegation’s activities by updating the activity monitoring table on a monthly basis and drawing up interface sheets and activity reports. Making follow-up proposals.

    B. Facilitate interaction with internal and external stakeholders

    B.1 Contribute to the sharing of information with the geographical and thematic bureaux and with the other delegations on the respective strategies and activities of the bureaux and delegation.

    B.2 Contribute to information sharing with external partners and the development of joint strategies.

    B.3 Contribute to building a relevant interaction with FIDH member organisations (encourage their reception and support).

    C. Contribute to daily administrative, logistical and management tasks
    • Participate in the practical training of trainees and volunteers

    Candidate profile and other requirements
    •At least 3 years of professional experience in a similar position, upon entry into the position;
    •Master’s degree in Political Science, International Relations, International Law, or Human Rights;
    •Ability to work collaboratively in a team and create an inclusive environment with people at all levels;
    •Fluency in English and in French, both written and oral;
    •Advance knowledge of the UN human rights mechanisms, in particular the Human Rights Council and international advocacy;
    •Interested in working in a multicultural environment;
    •Good organizational and interpersonal skills;

    Terms and conditions of employment
    •12 months full-time fixed-term contract
    •Position based in Geneva
    •Salary 5 000 CHF gross per month + bonus
    •Flexible working arrangements, including possibility of working remotely
    •Meal vouchers
    •100% of the cost of public transport passes paid by the employer.

    You are in agreement with FIDH’s values (professionalism, respect, commitment, equality, integrity, participation, audacity), as well as with the struggles led by FIDH for the defense of human rights of all people, everywhere in the world, as set out in its statutes and through its publications, accessible on its website : www.fidh.org.

    FIDH seeks diversity and is committed to equality by not discriminating in its hiring practices, without distinction of any kind, based on race, religion, age, disability, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, health status or any other situation protected by law.

    For people with disabilities, we ask you to indicate in your cover letter any measures that would be useful to enable you to participate in the recruitment process in an optimal way.

    Start date: as soon as possible
    Location: Geneva, Switzerland
    Duration fixed-term contract: 1 year contact (full-time)

    Do you think you match the desired profile?

    Send your CV and motivation letter (in English) by email to Ms. Sologianni to: msologianni@fidh.org

    indicating the reference FIDH DELEGATE in the subject line

    We thank all applications, however, the selection of the successful candidate it would be on “first come, first serve basis”.

    Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

  • A FINANCIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER (CDI)

    FIDH (International Federation for Human Rights) is an international human rights NGO. Since 1922, we are committed to the defence of all civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights as defined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
    You can find us on our social networks:
    https://www.fidh.org/fr
    https://www.instagram.com/fidh/
    https://www.facebook.com/FIDH.HumanRights
    https://twitter.com/fidh_fr
    https://www.youtube.com/c/FidhOrg/videos

    We are a federation of 188 national human rights organisations active in 117 countries. We believe that the transformation of societies is first and foremost the responsibility of local actors. Our activities aim to strengthen their capacity for action and their influence.

    The International Secretariat of the FIDH is a human-sized organisation with a committed international team (49 employees in France, 20 employees in several offices abroad (Belgium, Geneva, The Hague, Bangkok, Tunis). Our Paris office is located in a lively and central area of Paris (near Bastille and Gare de Lyon).

    We are recruiting: ONE ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL MANAGER

    We are currently looking for a Financial Manager to join our team of 10 employees. You will be responsible for the development and monitoring of the financial strategy and the application of internal control procedures.

    Your main tasks are as follows:

    - Supervise the management control

    To elaborate, monitor and ensure the revision of the annual and multi-annual budget of the FIDH,
    Control and validate the budgets and financial reports of the specific action programmes elaborated by the operational management control, Control and validate the budgets and reports for the core-funding donors.

    - Supervise the general, auxiliary and analytical accounting and monitor the treasury
    Check and validate by sampling the correct data entry and analytical allocation carried out by the accounting department, Analyse the general ledger with the Accounting Manager and participate in the inventory and closing entries, Check the cash flow monitoring and ensure the relationship with the banks.

    - Guarantee the reliability of the association’s accounts and the production of accounting and financial documents in accordance with the legislation
    Supervise the financial situation and report on it, Supervise the quarterly closings and the annual accounts (balance sheet, profit and loss account, appendix) in relation to and with the support of the chartered accountant, Be the auditor’s referent during his missions,
    To provide the Executive General Management, the Treasurer, the Executive Board and the International Board with the accounting and financial information and the management charts necessary for steering and decision-making.

    - To ensure internal control
    To monitor and improve the internal control procedures , To participate in the structuring of the management system with the continuous development of the management software package , To train and accompany the various users to these tools.

    - Supervise the administrative and financial management of foreign offices

    - Supervise the information systems
    Supervise the person in charge of the information system for the management of the FIDH’s computer equipment (needs assessments, inventories, budgets and reporting) and equipment (printing and telephony), Supervise the follow-up and prioritisation of the action plan, Supervise the elaboration and follow-up of the budget

    - Manage the Finance and IS teams
    Leading the team: creating and providing spaces for sharing information, reporting problems and making proposals for resolving difficulties, training the team, supervising, evaluating and monitoring their work.

    Required profile
    Higher education in management and accounting (Master’s degree, DCG, DSCG, Business school)
    10 years experience in a similar position at the time of taking up the post - Experience in an NGO essential

    Mastery of one or more management software and office automation tools
    Fluency in French, and professional practice (written and oral) in English. Knowledge of a third language is appreciated.

    You are in total agreement with the values of the FIDH International Secretariat (professionalism, respect, commitment, equality, integrity, participation, audacity), as well as with FIDH’s fight for the defence of human rights for all, everywhere in the world, as explained in its statutes and through its publications accessible on its website: www.fidh.org

    FIDH seeks diversity and is committed to equality by not discriminating in its hiring practices, without distinction of any kind, based on race, religion, age, disability, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, health status or any other situation protected by French and international human rights law.

    For people with disabilities, we ask you to indicate in your cover letter any adaptations that would be useful to enable you to participate in the recruitment process in an optimal way.

    Conditions of employment
    Full time permanent contract Position based in Paris 11e

    - Remuneration: from 58K€ gross per year over 13 months,
    - Telecommuting possible with a minimum of 4 days of face-to-face work per month.
    - 24 days of RTT per year
    - Supplementary health insurance: employer’s contribution of €85 per month.
    - Meal vouchers with a face value of €9, 60% paid by the FIDH.
    - Sustainable mobility package or 50% of the cost of public transport passes.

    Position to be filled:
    As soon as possible

    Do you fit the profile we are looking for?
    Send your CV and a letter of motivation to recrutement@fidh.org, indicating the reference DAF-12-22 in the subject of the email, no later than 5 /01/2023

    Interviews will take place as applications are received.

    FIDH reserves the right to close the recruitment process before the deadline for applications.

    Only those candidates whose applications have been accepted will be contacted.

  • CONSULTANT WEB EDITOR/PRESS OFFICER

    The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) is an international non-governmental organisation based in France whose mission is to promote respect for the principles enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The FIDH is a federation of 192 national human rights associations active on five continents. We defend the civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights defined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

    Objectives of the mission
    • Animation and management of the FIDH Spanish-speaking communities (Twitter & Instagram)
    • To be recognised as the main contact for all influencers
    • Ensure the creation and follow-up of Spanish-speaking press relations
    • To be recognised as the main contact for all Spanish-speaking journalists.

    Content of the mission, deliverables and frequency of delivery - Operational communication :

    1.On the digital side, in support of the Operational Communication Manager and the Operational Communication Officer

    • Participate in the digital communication of the daily operations of the FIDH. This implies :

    - Daily management and animation of the Spanish-speaking Twitter account of the FIDH, translation and creation, in Spanish, of publications on the Instagram and Tik Tok accounts) :
    1) 30 tweets per week
    2) 7 Instagram posts / stories per week

    - Publications in Spanish on the FIDH website, daily updating of the website homepage and liaison with the FIDH network of translators for Spanish-language content to be translated into other languages;

    - Assist in the production of audiovisual content in Spanish (recording of videos), including video interviews featuring human rights defenders (production of transcripts and subtitles)
    1) 10 videos per month between 1 and 3 minutes.

    - Making simple Canva illustrations in Spanish
    1) 10 illustrations per month suitable for Twitter and Instagram accounts

    - Taking photographs at FIDH events
    1) 20 photographs per event.

    - Support the Head of Operational Communication and the Operational Officer in monitoring the production of visuals and audiovisual content produced by the graphic designer;

    - Follow-up of the communication campaigns carried out by the FIDH offices, with a particular involvement for the campaigns carried out by the Americas Office, from the production of the digital strategy, to its implementation and daily follow-up.

    • Monthly reporting of all publications in Spanish on the FIDH’s social networks as well as recommendations for improvement of these media for the following month.

    • Monthly visibility reporting dedicated to Spanish-language publications on FIDH reports and campaigns, including Google Analytics and recommendations for improvement

    • Proposal of the contents, writing and sending of the monthly newsletter of the FIDH in Spanish.

    • Assist the Operational Communications Officer on a daily basis in relations with influencers and ambassadors of the FIDH :
    - Daily update of the database of Spanish-speaking influencers;
    - Monthly proposal of 20 new FIDH influencers to contact and contact and follow-up with them.
    - Facilitating relationships with influencers in order to develop the visibility of our social networks, particularly Instagram, on an international level.

    2. On the press - editorial side

    A) Relations-Presse
    - In conjunction with the PR office, maintain, develop and retain the FIDH’s network of Spanish-speaking journalists, particularly in Latin America, but also in the USA, Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries.
    Content of the assignment, deliverables and frequency of delivery - Editorial communication :
    - Accompany the Spanish-speaking spokespersons of the FIDH in their interviews, ensuring, where possible, their preparation.
    Objective: 50 interviews per year

    - Act as a link between Spanish-speaking spokespersons (especially from local FIDH organisations) and the FIDH PR office. Accompany them on interviews with non-Spanish speaking journalists if necessary.
    Objective: 25 interviews per year

    - Maintain mailing lists for Spanish-speaking journalists and manage the sending of CPs and statements (where relevant, to be discussed with the regional offices and the Press Relations office).
    5 mailing lists to manage - 60 PCs per year

    - Offer interviews, pitch journalists on FIDH news, on the phone, by email and via social networks.
    Objective: 30 journalists contacted per month

    - Reporting on the various PR operations.
    12 reports per year

    B) Editorial
    - To propose, supervise and, if necessary, write statements, press releases and feature articles on FIDH events, as well as on events related to human rights in the Spanish-speaking world. Ensure compliance with the FIDH guidelines.
    One year’s objectives: write 1 feature article, supervise 10 - write 10 statements, supervise 15 - write 5 PCs, supervise 10

    - Managing the translation from English and French into Spanish with the help of volunteers or professional translators. If necessary, translate texts urgently.
    Objectives: 80 translations managed per year

    - Participate as needed in the FIDH editorial committee and in the FIDH editorial strategy in general

    Skills to carry out the mission
    • Knowledge of the network environment and its language habits, trends etc
    • Knowledge of Canva software
    • Languages spoken, read and written: French and Spanish
    • Organisation, rigour, writing excellence. Attention to detail.
    • Relational skills

    Terms and conditions
    • The assignment will be carried out at the location chosen by the consultant. The consultant may be required to travel to the FIDH headquarters in Paris for working meetings. In this case, travel expenses will be covered by the FIDH.
    • The consultant will cover his/her own running costs (communication costs, computer and office equipment costs).
    • The consultant will sign a service contract with the FIDH and will undertake, through a confidentiality clause, not to communicate, except for the needs of the missions, on the content of the mission with third parties outside the FIDH.
    • 12-month service contract starting on 01/02/2023.
    • Fees: maximum 27,600 euros including VAT for the duration of the assignment.
    • Deadline for submission of collaboration offers: 10/02/2024 evening.

    Sending offers of collaboration :
    Please send your file (CV, technical note with understanding of the terms of reference, financial offer), by e-mail, specifying in the subject of your e-mail the reference AO-operation-edito, to the address : communication@fidh.org

  • OPERATIONAL COMMUNICATION MANAGER (M/F)

    FIDH (International Federation for Human Rights) is an international human rights NGO. Since 1922, we have been committed to the defence of all civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights as defined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

    You can find us on our social networks:

    https://www.fidh.org/fr
    https://www.instagram.com/fidh/
    https://www.facebook.com/FIDH.HumanRights
    https://twitter.com/fidh_fr
    https://www.youtube.com/c/FidhOrg/videos

    We are a federation of 188 national human rights organisations active in 117 countries. We believe that the transformation of societies is first and foremost the responsibility of local actors. Our activities aim to strengthen their capacity for action and influence.

    The International Secretariat of the FIDH is a human-sized organisation with a committed international team (49 employees in France, 20 employees in several offices abroad (Belgium, Geneva, The Hague, Bangkok, Tunis). Our Paris office is located in a lively and central area of Paris (near Bastille and Gare de Lyon).

    We are recruiting : OPERATIONAL COMMUNICATION MANAGER (M/F) PERMANENT FULL TIME

    Under the supervision of the Director of Communication, within a department of 6 employees, the Operational Communication Manager reinforces the visibility of the FIDH and its actions through the implementation of communication campaigns at the international level and through the elaboration of the FIDH digital strategy for which you will be responsible.

    You will work in close coordination with the programme and advocacy departments, as well as in interaction with national human rights league members and partners.

    Your main responsibilities :

    1. Develop communication campaigns (2-4 campaigns per year) :

    • Participate in the programming and drafting of specifications;
    • Plan the distribution of campaigns in conjunction with the press team;
    • Manage the campaigns and interventions of the communication agencies;
    • Ensure the follow-up of the campaigns and the operational organisation of the actions (coordination of the directions, interface with the agencies, animation of the committees, follow-up of the purchases);
    • Evaluate campaigns to measure their effectiveness.

    2. Carry out communication on social networks:

    • Develop the digital communication strategy on social networks and its operational implementation (web, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube, Tik Tok, Twitch): editorial line, advertising policy, mapping of influencers, referencing policy, research of iconographic elements for the animation of the website, posting on the website, coordination and promotion of the newsletter ;
    • Coordinate digital tools to ensure consistency, including fundraising webmarketing in conjunction with the fundraising department and digital activities with delegations abroad;
    • Organise training on digital tools, particularly for staff;
    • Monitor communication tools in order to make the necessary adjustments.

    3. Coordination with the fundraising department

    • Meeting the needs of the fundraising department with regard to funders and individual donors, including through digital marketing
    • Propose digital and print content dedicated to fundraising activities (greeting cards, one-pagers, thank you messages, etc.)

    4. Reporting (10% of time) :

    • Carry out reporting on operational communication activities (FIDH annual report, reports for donors, etc.) to ensure rigorous monitoring of the actions carried out and their impact;
    • To contribute to the evaluation of the department’s activities in order to improve its functioning;
    • Develop and monitor the department’s budget.

    5. Managing the Digital Communications Officer and the trainee:

    • Set the course and objectives, monitor their activities and evaluate their work

    6. Coordinate the daily work of the web consultants and graphic designer

    Profile required

    higher education type Master 2 in communication, you must have at least 5 years of professional experience (excluding internship) in a similar position which will have enabled you to manage communication campaigns, within an international and multilingual organization.

    You are an excellent communicator and you have excellent writing skills.

    You are used to interacting and collaborating with different interlocutors, with varied challenges and have good teamwork skills.

    You are an expert in both knowledge and practice of: social networks (Twitter, Instagram, Linkedin, Facebook, Tik Tok, Twitch, YouTube), SEO mechanisms, Google Analytics and sponsorship techniques.

    You are rigorous in steering and managing projects, you know how to manage service providers and a budget and you have already successfully managed a small team.

    A solid understanding of global geopolitical issues and/or knowledge of the human rights environment would be appreciated.

    Fluency in written and spoken English (C1) and French (C2). Knowledge of Spanish is a plus.

    The softskills that will help you succeed and enjoy yourself at FIDH: multitasking, audacity, creativity, autonomy, positive attitude, persuasion.

    You will have the opportunity to work with human rights activists from around the world.

    FIDH seeks diversity and is committed to equality by not discriminating in its hiring practices on the basis of race, religion, age, disability, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, health status or any other status protected under French and international human rights law.

    For people with disabilities, we ask you to indicate in your cover letter any adaptations that would be useful to enable you to participate in the recruitment process in an optimal way.

    Terms and conditions of employment
    Full time permanent contract based in Paris 11e
    framework statute

    • Remuneration: from 38K€ gross per year over 13 months,
    • Teleworking possible with a minimum of 4 face-to-face days per month.
    • 24 days of RTT per year
    • Restaurant vouchers with a face value of €9, paid 60% by the FIDH.
    • Supplementary health insurance: employer’s contribution of €85 per month.
    • Sustainable mobility package or 50% of the cost of public transport passes.

    Position to be filled:
    As soon as possible

    Do you fit the profile we are looking for?

    Send your CV and a cover letter to communication@fidh.org by indicating the reference COMM-01-23 in the subject line by 06/02/2023

    LInterviews will take place as applications are received.

    FIDH reserves the right to close the recruitment before the deadline for applications.

    Only those candidates whose applications are accepted will be contacted.

Spontaneous application

volunteering@fidh.org

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