Technical/Substantive. Within a variety of country contexts, you’ll provide policy, analytical and program implementation technical support on women’s land rights, including marital property and inheritance, agricultural and forest land tenure security and governance, land rights formalization, land administration and management, private-sector investments in land, extractives, and resolution of land and related disputes, among other things. Substantively our work makes critical links between women’s land rights and human rights, economic justice, gender-based violence, health, food security, agricultural productivity, natural resource governance, and climate change.
Non-profit operations/business development. As non-profit manager, you’ll help create and drive our business development, programmatic, and operational strategies. Working with the Executive Director, you’ll take on responsibility for managing staff, technical contractors, finance, HR, fundraising, and communications functions. We’re willing and able to help someone grow into this position if they have the right energy and passion for it.
This position is remote, with the strong likelihood of international and domestic travel (when travel restrictions are eased) of up to 60 days a year.