At Raising Voices, we know that change begins with ourselves. Working at Raising Voices is not just a professional experience; it is a personal journey. We support each other in reflecting on and envisioning the change we seek in our individual lives. We take the time to meaningfully examine why we each do this work, what it means to do this work, the values and dreams that brought us here, and how through our work, we grow ourselves.
Are you interested in joining the Raising Voices team?
The following leadership opportunities are currently available:
- Executive Director. Raising Voices is looking for a dynamic, feminist leader for a newly created Executive Director position. Responsible for overseeing all aspects of Raising Voices’ work, the ideal candidate will come with a deep commitment to promoting social justice and human rights and will bring a rich experience as a values-driven leader in the Global South. The position requires an effective communicator with proficiency in strengthening and sustaining efficient management systems, strong linkages to funders, advocates and activists working on violence prevention. If you are a strategic thinker who is ready to help lead Raising Voices into the next chapter, we want to hear from you! See job description and apply here.
- Violence against Children Prevention Director. Raising Voices is looking for an energetic person to lead an experienced team working to prevent violence against children (VAC). The right candidate will need a background in developing evidence informed interventions for VAC prevention, be an excellent manager and able to write and communicate clearly. Some understanding of research methodology and creative, strategic thinking is required. If you are a quick learner and care passionately about preventing VAC, we want to hear from you. See job description and application instructions here.
- Consultancy Opportunity: Operations Support Raising Voices is looking for a consultant to provide support in creating templates and guidance for partnership agreements between Raising Voices and the various institutions to whom we provide training and technical support. The right candidate will have previous experience working on partnership agreements within multilateral institutions and/or large INGOs, as well as an understanding of and commitment to feminist principles and ways of working. If you have a high level of attention to detail and expertise in drafting Memoranda of Understanding and partnership agreements, we want to hear from you. Please see the Terms of Reference and application instructions here.
Please review positions carefully for the required qualifications and experience and application procedures for the position in the link provided. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Deadline: Rolling until filled. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.