End FGM European network is looking for a new Director
The End FGM European Network is Recruiting for a new Director
The End FGM European Network (End FGM EU) is looking for a dynamic Director to lead its activities, European (EU) level advocacy, bridge building between Europe and the rest of the world and fundraising functions.
About End FGM EU
End FGM EU is based in Brussels and brings together 19 national organisations working in the field of female genital mutilation (FGM) and violence against women and girls. It offers a platform for organisations and women and girls affected by FGM to engage directly with European decision makers and other stakeholders. Their experiences and the expertise of member organisations define and guide our calls for European political action to end FGM in Europe and beyond.
The Director is required to work with the Board of Directors of End FGM EU to ensure the successful leadership, management and advocacy work of the organisation in line with the strategic plan and vision of the network. She/He will oversee the resourcing of the organisations programmes and the development, engagement and growth of the network.
Eligibility criteria and terms
All applicants must be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in the European Union. Salary will be negotiable depending on relevant experience. This will also include offer of a generous benefits package to the successful candidate.
Recruitment procedures: If interested in applying for this exciting position please visit www.endfgm.eu for additional information and apply by sending a CV along with a covering letter detailing how you match the role and contact details of 3 references in English.
The application should be sent by email to the attention of the President of End FGM EU, Ms Naana Otoo-Oyortey to email@example.com
The closing date for applications is the 12th of February January 2018 at 17.00.
Interviews are expected to take place in the first week of March.
END FGM apologises that only short-listed candidates will be contacted. We are sorry we are not able to respond to all submissions.
Monday 18 december 2017 / Monday 12 february 2018 - 17h00