The Ideal Candidate
The successful candidate will play a major role in Eurodad’s exciting work to make development finance policies contribute to sustainable development objectives. This means leading and contributing to Eurodad’s cutting-edge thinking on Development Finance, with a focus on development finance flows to the private sector in developing countries and the role of Development Finance Institutions.
The role involves research, monitoring and analysing policy developments, advocacy and network coordination. The Policy and Advocacy Officer will produce reports, briefings and
position papers in cooperation with our members and partners, advocacy work and develop and lead effective engagement in policy arenas to advocate for change.
The candidate will combine a strong vision of development finance policy with strong policy analysis skills allied to a good understanding of how CSO coalitions can create transformative change. They will have excellent interpersonal communication skills and be self-motivated with the ability to plan and act on their own initiative. They will have experience of working with advocacy-focussed civil society groups or similar organisations with a development perspective. They will need to speak and write English to a very high standard.
Key contacts: Eurodad colleagues, Eurodad members and other civil society organisations in Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America, academics and think tanks, officials in organisations such as the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the European Commission, the OECD and the United Nations.
Contract & location: Brussels-based, permanent contract. Gross annual salary range between €52k – 60.3k (incl. holiday pay, end of year bonus and vouchers), depending on skills and experience. Attractive benefits package including additional days leave, complementary Hospitalisation, Ambulatory and Dental insurance (DKV), meal, eco, gift and culture-vouchers, working from home allowance, travel insurance and contribution to a private pension plan.
Please carefully read the attached role profile
and the detailed instructions below. We are a small organisation and have designed these instructions to reduce the administrative burden on our team so we can devote more time to our vital work. Therefore, we regret that we will ONLY accept applications that respect these instructions and will exclude applicants who submit general cover letters.
Use the form at the bottom of the page to upload your CV of 2 pages maximum along with a cover letter of 1 page maximum in English. This letter should be properly formatted, clearly and concisely written, set out why you match the job description, and where you saw the vacancy.
Fill in the required data in the form and upload your CV and cover letter in the designated fields. Make sure that the 2 files you are uploading have the following names: Surname_FirstName_CV and Surname_FirstName_CoverLetter; e.g. if Peter Bloggs applied for the job we would expect files with the following names: Bloggs_Peter_CV and Bloggs_Peter_CoverLetter
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Application deadline: Sunday 15 November at 23h59 CET.
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The European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad) is a network of 49 civil society organisations (CSOs) in 20 European countries, advocating for democraticallycontrolled, gender-just and human rights-based financial and economic systems. With an excellent track-record in achieving change, Eurodad is a progressive and open-minded employer, mindful of the well-being of its employees.
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