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  • HEAD OF CAMPAIGNS (M/F) - Full-time permanent contract

    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/en
    https://www.instagram.com/fidh/
    https://www.facebook.com/FIDH.HumanRights
    https://twitter.com/fidh_en
    https://www.youtube.com/c/FidhOrg/videos

    We are a federation of 188 national and regional human rights organisations active in 116 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).

    The FIDH office in Brussels represents FIDH to the European Union institutions (Council, Commission, European Parliament and other associated institutions), and to the representations of its member states. It ensures the visibility of the actions of FIDH and its member organisations towards the European Union, proposes advocacy strategies in order to mobilise the European Union on human rights in the world in an effective way and suggests ways to strengthen the EU’s action.

    We are recruiting : HEAD OF CAMPAIGNS (M/F) - Full-time permanent contract

    Working within the Communications Department and under the supervision of the Communications Director, the Head of Campaigns coordinates communications actions linked to the current events of the geographical and thematic desks of the Operations and Advocacy Departments. He or she also manages two or three annual or multi-year FIDH campaigns.

    He or she works closely with the Press and Editorial Manager and manages a team.

    Your role :

    Supervision of communication actions and campaigns
    • Define and oversee the design and implementation of FIDH’s communication actions and campaigns;
    • Define the objectives attached to each operation/campaign to encourage financial (fundraising) and non-financial (awareness-raising and mobilisation) commitment, by choosing the appropriate media, targets, tools and content;
    • Oversee collaboration with communications agencies, from the design and drafting of calls for tender, through implementation, to evaluation of work and reporting;
    • Ensure that campaigns are consistent with FIDH’s image and strategy, in line with the aspirations of member organisations and the vision of the FIDH International Bureau;
    • Coordinate campaigns with FIDH member organisations and partners. 

    Management and coordination
    • Manage a team comprising a digital communications manager, a campaign manager, an intern, and occasional service providers;
    • Coordinate the production of content with the Head of Press and Editorial, the fundraising and advocacy departments: set up key messages, validate publications on social networks, etc;
    • Help manage the communications budget and monitor the administration of service providers and consultants;
    • Analysing the results of operations and campaigns and participating in reporting.

    SKILLS REQUIRED
    • Excellent writing skills in English (ideally mother tongue) and French, with the ability to analyse and summarise; Spanish would be a plus.
    • Proven track record of successfully running campaigns for the general public using a variety of media.
    • Good knowledge of different communication channels, particularly social networks.
    • Knowledge of design software and SEO techniques.
    • Organised, rigorous, flexible and independent.
    • Adaptability, diplomacy and consensus-building skills.
    • Creativity and initiative.
    • Ability to work in a hurry but also to take a step back.

    YOUR PROFILE
    • Master’s degree in communication, journalism, political science, human science or equivalent professional experience.
    • At least 10 years’ professional experience in an NGO, communications agency, international organisation, media or political office, in France or abroad. International experience would be a plus.
    • At least one management experience (in a multi-linguistic and multi-cultural context would be a plus).
    • Political awareness and activist sensitivity, knowledge of geopolitical issues and the human rights environment.

    TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
    • Permanent contract based in Paris 11e
    • Remuneration: from 46K€ gross per annum over 13 months.
    • Teleworking is possible with a minimum of 4 days face-to-face per month.
    • 24 days’ leave per year
    • Luncheon vouchers with a face value of €9,60% paid by the FIDH.
    • Sustainable mobility package or 50% reimbursement of the cost of public transport season tickets.

    You are in total agreement with the values of the FIDH International Secretariat (professionalism, respect, commitment, equality, integrity, participation, boldness), as well as with FIDH’s commitment to the defence of the human rights of everyone, everywhere in the world, as set out in its statutes and in its publications, which can be accessed from its website: www.fidh.org

    FIDH seeks diversity and is committed to equality by not discriminating in its hiring practices on the basis of origins, 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.

    Position to be filled : as soon as possible

    Do you have the profile we’re looking for?

    Send your CV and covering letter to jpecheur@fidh.org for the attention of Julie PECHEUR, Director of Communications, quoting reference CAMPAIGN in the subject line.

    Deadline : 15 January 2024

    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 are selected will be contacted.

  • Multi-country Project Coordinator « The fight against grand corruption: an essential lever for protecting human rights worldwide » - PERMANENT FULL TIME

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

    We are a federation of 188 national human rights associations active in 116 countries. For us, transforming societies is first and foremost the responsibility of local players. Our activities aim to strengthen their capacity for action and their influence.

    The International Secretariat of the FIDH is an organisation on a human scale, made up of a committed international team (50 employees in France and 20 employees in several offices abroad (Belgium, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Thailand, Colombia and the African continent). Our Paris office is located in a lively, central district of Paris (near Bastille and Gare de Lyon).

    We are recruiting : Multi-country Project Coordinator « The fight against grand corruption: an essential lever for protecting human rights worldwide » - PERMANENT FULL TIME

    The Project Coordinator (PC) is responsible for coordinating the activities and monitoring-evaluation of this multi-country project (2024-2026) under an agreement between the FIDH and the Agence Française de Développement (AFD). The project will be implemented through a Consortium between FIDH, Transparency Internationale and Transparency Internationale France, with 23 local partners in 11 countries. He or she will report to the FIDH Project Manager and Focal Point for Corruption and Human Rights.

    Main tasks/responsibilities:

    1. Managing the monitoring and evaluation of project activities (50% of time)
    ◦ Facilitate coordination to ensure that activities are carried out in a coherent and relevant manner between Consortium members
    ◦ Monitor the overall progress of the project, paying particular attention to the changes produced
    ◦ Coordinate the implementation of a harmonised operational monitoring system (logical framework, indicator monitoring dashboard, procedures, contractual deadlines, etc.).
    ◦ Ensure consolidated and regular monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of the activities implemented (meetings with the Consortium member teams concerned, updating of programming, monitoring and evaluation tables and documents);
    ▪ Coordinates the programming of activities with the members of the Consortium and draws up an annual action plan, which is implemented and monitored on a monthly basis.
    ▪ Receives reports every 6 months from the other members of the Consortium on progress in implementing the activities for which they are responsible.
    ▪ feeds this information into the indicator monitoring table,
    ◦ Monitor the project budget (and co-financing) in conjunction with the FIDH management control department Ensure consistency between financial and narrative reporting ;
    ◦ Consolidate and co-write the narrative reports (by tranche and final report) with the financial partner and in liaison with the members of the Consortium and the programme’s financial manager
    ◦ To promote the integration of a gender approach into the activities carried out as part of the Project
    ◦ Preparing and coordinating communication with AFD, in particular the organisation of annual steering committees with AFD and MEAE (drafting minutes and statements of decisions).
    ◦ Ensuring internal and external communication for the project (Newsletter).
    ◦ To support the FIDH management control department in the verification of expenditure and the final external audit (archiving).
    ◦ To support discussions on the follow-up to this project, in particular phase 2, and to help set it up.
    ◦ Ensure compliance with FIDH’s internal procedures (procurement procedures, etc.) and those of financial partners, in particular AFD (ANO, retrocessions, screening, etc.).

    2. Coordinating and contributing to the implementation of activities led or co-lead by the FIDH (50% of time)
    ◦ Setting up and monitoring the working group on the documentation of corruption and its link with human rights.
    ◦ Setting up and monitoring exchange forums between the FIDH network and the TI network.
    ◦ Joint support with the FIDH geographical offices and TI-S for activities (notes, reports) in the 11 countries, including 3 fact-finding missions
    ◦ Support for advocacy activities in conjunction with TI-S and TI-F

    YOUR PROFILE
    ◦ Master’s degree required in human rights, international relations, political science or law
    ◦ Excellent writing skills in French and English. Excellent level of Spanish (ideally trilingual).
    ◦ 5 years’ professional experience, particularly in project or human rights coordination or management
    ◦ Knowledge of donor rules and procedures such as AFD and EU...
    ◦ Ability to analyse, summarise and write
    ◦ Proficiency in office automation tools (Pack Office)
    ◦ Rigour, organisation, initiative, autonomy, versatility, diplomacy, good interpersonal skills
    ◦ Ability to work as part of a team and across disciplines
    ◦ Knowledge of the FIDH (mandate, activities, operations), monitoring and evaluation tools and anti-corruption work would be an asset.

    You are in total agreement with the values at work in the FIDH International Secretariat (professionalism, respect, commitment, equality, integrity, participation, audacity), as well as with FIDH’s fight to defend the human rights of everyone, everywhere in the world, as set out in its Articles of Association and in its publications, which can be accessed on its website: www.fidh.org.

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

    For people with disabilities, we ask you to indicate in your covering letter any adaptations that would be useful to enable you to take part in the recruitment process in the best possible way.

    TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
    Permanent contract based in Paris 11e
    ◦ Salary: €37,000 gross per annum over 13 months, depending on experience
    ◦ Teleworking possible with a minimum of 4 face-to-face days per month.
    ◦ 25 days’ paid holiday and 24 days’ leave per year.
    ◦ Supplementary health insurance: employer contribution of €85 per month.
    ◦ Restaurant vouchers with a face value of €9 and 60% paid by the FIDH.
    ◦ Sustainable mobility package or 50% reimbursement of the cost of public transport season tickets.
    ◦ Line manager: Manager and focal point for corruption and human rights
    ◦ FIDH internal job description : Programme Officer. Level B

    Position to be filled : as soon as possible

    Do you fit the profile we’re looking for?

    Send your CV and covering letter to jreyes@fidh.org, quoting the reference FIDH/AFD 2024 in the subject line, by 15 December 2023 at the latest, for the attention of Jimena Reyes.

    Interviews will take place as applications are received.

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

    Only candidates whose applications are shortlisted will be contacted.

Spontaneous application

volunteering@fidh.org

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