Interested in joining us and supporting our mission to help civil society organisations to be more transparent, impact-focused, and locally led?
In particular, we are seeking individuals to provide support in the following areas:
Interns and Fellows will gain in-depth insights into how a small but very active and impactful civil society organisation is run, the opportunity to get involved in a wide-range of projects, and regular support and feedback for your professional development.
Fluency in written and spoken English is required; other languages are a strong asset!
Our call for Interns and Fellows is open year-round, but we do a special push for recruitment early in the year (Jan and Feb), mid-year (May and June), and for the third quarter (September and October). In between these searches, we will review applications from competitive applicants with unique insights and skills to contribute to our work.
Applications will be reviewed and interviews will be held on a rolling basis. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
All interested candidates should submit a CV or resume with a cover letter to email@example.com. If you have a work sample that helps demonstrate your skill set or abilities, feel free to include this as well.
All candidates can expect a response indicating our receipt of your application, but due to time constraints, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted after this stage.
We are committed to ensuring a fair and equal recruitment process, and we seek to recruit staff from all sectors of the community. All applicants will be treated equally, regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, race, ethnic origin, religious belief, age, disability, or any other factor that cannot be shown to be relevant to performance.
We actively recruit and seek to grow and maintain a diverse staff throughout the organisation – from our staff to our Board of Trustees – ensuring that our work and all activities are shaped through a variety of perspectives.
We are transparent in all our activities and practice an open culture of feedback between staff members regardless of their position and also externally with any other stakeholders of the organisation.
We practice a culture of horizontal hierarchies and responsive decision making internally and externally.
We are respectful of people’s nationality, gender and religious background. We respect and value every person‘s opinion.
We have an open culture of discussing failures and improving our work through continuous learning.
We value the expertise of others and want to establish mutual partnerships with everyone we interact with and break up common power structures.
We are committed to providing an inclusive space for all voices to be equally heard and raised to counter current power structures that privilege some voices over others.