Recruitment

Our people enjoy the opportunities and autonomy they have to work hard on social progress. We welcome others with the same motivation.

Any current vacancies are listed below. Click through the vacancy to find the online application.

Beyond specific vacancies, we welcome expressions of interest from capable people who want to improve the world.

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Safety, Security and Risk Adviser (deadline: 16 Jul 2017)

A role for a mature and credible professional with a minimum three to five years experience in safety, security and risk management in the international development sector. The role will improve and systemise safety, security and risk processes while contributing to a strong internal culture on these issues. The successful candidate will maintain a rigorous process focus but will have the strategic insight to tailor systems and procedures to different organisations and environments. This position is for an initial six months and will also develop recommendations for a sustainable safety, security and risk model going forward. You can live wherever you like and travel will be required.

Strategic Communications Manager (deadline: 16 Jul 2017)

As a Strategic Communications Manager you will be an experienced and rounded communications generalist. You will be working on some of the most important issues of our time, including refugees, displaced people, migration, human trafficking and modern slavery. This role works on various communication projects, both leading and providing expert input into behaviour change campaigns, online engagement strategies, creative products, PR and media strategies, copywriting and branding efforts across a number of countries. Your attention to detail, creative talent and ability to deliver will be highly valued. You can live wherever you like and travel will be required.

Monitoring & Evaluation Technical Specialist (deadline: 30 Jun 2017)

Our team is looking for an M&E technical specialist with at least five years experience to evaluate our strategic communications work on modern slavery, human trafficking, migration and CVE around the world. These evaluations will be conducted using Seefar’s model of evaluation for strategic communications, which demonstrates direct impact on target audiences. This is a consultant role with an expectation of multiple assignments throughout the year. Exceptional English writing skills are required in addition to strong technical M&E and analysis skills. You can be based anywhere in the world and travel to project sites is not required.

Research and Insights Manager – Quantitative (deadline: 28 Jun 2017)

As a Research and Insights Manager you will be part of the Migration Program working on displaced people, migration, human trafficking and modern slavery issues. You will manage research, write reports and produce insights for projects globally. You will be an experienced researcher with high quality technical capacities while also possessing strong donor/client engagement skills. You can be based anywhere in the world and must be fluent in English.

Research and Insights Manager – Qualitative (deadline: 28 Jun 2017)

As a Research and Insights Manager you will be part of the Migration Program working on displaced people, migration, human trafficking and modern slavery issues. You will manage research, write reports and produce insights for projects globally. You will be an experienced researcher with high quality technical capacities while also possessing strong donor/client engagement skills. You can be based anywhere in the world and must be fluent in English.

Human Trafficking Senior Technical Advisor – opportunity closed (deadline: 18 Jun 2017)

We are seeking a specialist in modern slavery, human trafficking and/or low skilled migrant labour. The role will design and deliver innovative projects and interventions in Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Europe. It will also conduct research and fundraise. You can be based anywhere and will need to travel.

East Africa Manager (deadline: 01 Jul 2017)

The East Africa Manager will be part of the Migration Program working on displaced people, migration, human trafficking and modern slavery issues. This role has responsibility for implementing projects in East Africa while building out our service offering and donor base. You will be based for more than 50% of your time in either Ethiopia, Sudan or Kenya and must be fluent in English.

PR Supervisor, Afghanistan – opportunity closed (deadline: 21 Jun 2017)

Seefar is looking for talented PR professional in Afghanistan to work on our communication activities. You must be based in Afghanistan and be fluent in written and spoken English.

Corporate Services Manager – opportunity closed (deadline: 29 May 2017)

The Corporate Services Manager will be part of the Executive Team, Seefar’s highest level of management. This role has responsibility for managing the systems that support our people to deliver impact through their projects. The ideal candidate will be a highly organised, efficient and autonomous individual with the capacity to handle our expansion as we transition from a start-up to a mid-sized Enterprise. Your work will shape Seefar’s operational structures and processes within all our geographic areas in an intense period of growth. You can live wherever you like and travel will be required.