• Strategy, Learning & Impact Manager - Transforming Peacebuilding at Humanity United

    Posted: 24/09/2018 | Washington, DC | Rolling application

    Humanity United (HU) is seeking a highly self-motivated, creative, and organized Manager, who will serve as an integral member of HU’s Transforming Peacebuilding team. The Manager will lead monitoring and evaluation approaches and facilitate learning across the team. The Manager will coordinate with Humanity United’s Strategy, Learning & Impact team to ensure that his/her work with the Transforming Peacebuilding team aligns with the overall vision for impact measurement at HU as set by the Strategy, Learning & Impact team.

  • Strategy, Learning & Impact Manager - Transforming Peacebuilding at Humanity United

    Posted: 24/09/2018 | Washington, DC | Rolling application

    Humanity United (HU) is seeking a highly self-motivated, creative, and organized Manager, who will serve as an integral member of HU’s Transforming Peacebuilding team. The Manager will lead monitoring and evaluation approaches and facilitate learning across the team. The Manager will coordinate with Humanity United’s Strategy, Learning & Impact team to ensure that his/her work with the Transforming Peacebuilding team aligns with the overall vision for impact measurement at HU as set by the Strategy, Learning & Impact team.

  • Industry Research Analyst at Transparentem

    Posted: 21/08/2018 | Washington, DC | Closing: 19/11/2018

    We are seeking an Industry Research Analyst to join our Strategic Engagement team. The team develops engagement strategy with brands and retailers and shapes Transparentem’s disclosure strategy for each investigation. This includes identifying and communicating with relevant stakeholders such as investors and board members of brands and retailers, NGOs, regulators, and advocacy organizations, as well as select journalists.

  • Research and Development Associate at Global Fund to End Modern Slavery

    Posted: 21/08/2018 | Singapore | Rolling application

    GFEMS’ approach to research is highly action-oriented and data-driven. The Fund’s research efforts will identify what works (and doesn’t) to sustainably reduce the prevalence of modern slavery. These lessons will be shared with the field but also applied internally to inform bigger bets towards large-scale prevalence reduction in specific industries / geographies.