The Ideal Candidate
The Project Coordinator will be responsible for the overall coordination of an EU-funded project entitled: “Raising the voices of communities on the front-line in the fight against economic inequalities”. This project is aimed at reinforcing the global fight against inequality, with a special focus on Indonesia and the Indian states of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh. The project connects the national-level work to end specific cases of economic, gender and caste inequalities in Indonesia and India to the regional and global level work to end inequalities within and between countries. The role involves project coordination and implementation, as well as activities related to monitoring, evaluation, learning and reporting, network strengthening, outreach and information sharing.
The successful candidate will balance excellent project coordination skills with strong interpersonal communication in a multicultural context, and the ability to plan, organise and implement in a cooperative manner. They will be excited by working at the cutting edge of development finance and inequality policy campaigns for transformative change, and have experience of working with advocacy-focused civil society networks or similar organisations.
Key contacts: Eurodad colleagues; Eurodad partners in India, Indonesia and the Philippines, Eurodad members and global allies.
Contract & location: Brussels-based, permanent contract. Gross annual salary range between €48,6k – €58k (incl. vouchers, holiday pay and end of year bonus), 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, trainings, public transport allowance, travel insurance and contribution to a complementary 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.
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Application deadline: Sunday 7 March at 23h59 CET.
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The European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad) is a network of 59 civil society organisations (CSOs) in 28 European countries, advocating for democratically controlled, 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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