Jobs

Wherever possible, ARTICLE 19 seeks to ensure that all vacancies are advertised on this website. We regret that we are unable to consider applications for paid employment unless received in response to a specific advertisement.

Internships are available on our internship page >

Monitoring, Evaluation & Reporting Officer

Salary £29,145 – £32,459 per annum

Based in London

We are looking for an experienced Monitoring, Evaluation & Reporting Officer to ensure that the impact of ARTICLE 19’s work is identified, captured, shared, learned from and communicated to key internal and external stakeholders.

You will be responsible for developing and implementing monitoring and evaluation systems to effectively plan, implement, capture, analyse and report the impact of our programmatic work.

You will be required to work closely with programme managers to enhance our entire project planning lifecycle to improve the effectiveness and quality of our work and the production of timely and high quality evidence-based reporting.

With experience in programme delivery and strong technical competence in monitoring, evaluation and reporting methods, you will need excellent interpersonal and communication skills, plus the ability to lead and motivate others. A good understanding of the international human rights space and demonstrable ability to manage internal and external stakeholders will contribute to success in this role.

The initial contract will be for one year.

Download detailed Job Description and Person Specification

Interested candidates should send a CV and covering letter highlighting how they meet the Person Spec. to recruitment@article19.org

Closing date for receipt of applications:  25th August 2014

Interviews: expected to be held during week commencing: 1st September 2014

Only short listed applicants will be contacted.

Head of Asia-Pacific Programme

Salary £33,572 – £37,390 per annum

Flexible location, London desirable

We are looking for an experienced Head of Programme to lead ARTICLE 19’s work on freedom of expression and information in Asia, in particular South East Asia, Myanmar and other countries in East Asia, Pacific and Melanesia (Bangladesh, India and Pakistan excluded). You will be strategically identifying new areas for ARTICLE 19’s growth and cohesive and coordinated implementation of the programme of work in the region, and providing qualitative management to ARTICLE 19’s staff and consultants.

As the Head of Asia-Pacific Programme, you will manage the Asia-Pacific Programme team and provide input into organisational governance as well as contribute to strategic planning, wider policy discussions and campaigns. This will include contributing to the global integration of ARTICLE 19.

The initial contract will be for one year.

Download detailed Job Description and Person Specification

Interested candidates should send a CV and covering letter highlighting how they meet the Person Spec. to recruitment@article19.org

Closing date for receipt of applications:  25th August 2014

Interviews: expected to be held during week commencing: 1st September 2014

Only short listed applicants will be contacted.

Myanmar Programme Manager (Consultant)

Salary Competitive

Based in Yangon, Myanmar

ARTICLE 19 is looking for an experienced Programme Manager who will manage all our work in Myanmar and report to headquarters in London. The Programme Manager will be responsible for ensuring our work is of high quality, with the support of the London office. She/he will also manage a team of staff in Yangon.

Their main role will be to:

  1. Ensure current and future projects are well implemented and that donors and other stakeholders are happy
  2. Identify new opportunities and new needs in Myanmar
  3. Act as the spokesperson and representative of ARTICLE 19 in Myanmar
  4. Manage the team of staff

ARTICLE 19 will be in Myanmar for many years and the Programme Manager will ensure that we are sustainable and effective. The successful candidate will become a human rights leader in Myanmar and an expert on freedom of expression on Myanmar at the international level.

Download detailed Job Description and Person Specification

Interested candidates should send a CV and covering letter highlighting how they meet the Person Spec. to recruitment@article19.org

Closing date for receipt of applications:  29th August 2014

Only short listed applicants will be contacted.