This role will lead two of Seefar’s LIFT projects, to give survivors of commercial sexual exploitation (CSE) in Kolkata and Mumbai, skills and support to transform their lives by earning income through the global freelance economy. You will be the local face of the project, manage field implementation, as well as engage with various stakeholders and enjoy being a valued member of the Seefar team. You will be an extremely dynamic, competent and inspiring manager, able to seamlessly jump from project management compliance to supporting survivors of CSE, to mentoring teams that deliver the key support and skills training to CSE survivors. You must have complete fluency in English, be empathetic and extremely productive. This consultancy is based in India, ideally in Mumbai or Kolkata and is for an initial 18-month contract.
The Security, Justice and Safeguarding Consultant will provide research support for projects implemented in Afghanistan. This is a full-time position for three months with possible extension. You can live wherever you like. Travel opportunities are likely but we will consider applications from those unable to travel.
Seefar encourages applicants from a variety of backgrounds and locations, including those in developing countries, displaced persons, and/or those with physical disabilities.
The Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Manager is central to the mission of the organisation. You will be responsible to help design and deliver MEL services for programmes specifically in India. You will work on critical issues, including human trafficking and commercial exploitation of children. This position is based anywhere out of India, but preferably in Kolkata with frequent travel to Mumbai. This is a full-time position for two years.
Seefar is seeking CVs from excellent candidates for the role of Communications Expert, to develop and implement a communications strategy and related communication activities for an anticipated 20 month project in Ethiopia. The position is part-time and is scheduled to comprise 100 working days over the 20 month period.
Please note for this position you must speak Danish fluently. You must also either be based in Addis Ababa, or willing to travel to Ethiopia at least every 4-6 weeks for periods of 3-7 days at a time.
Seefar has been innovating in consulting work on programme design for five years with experts from all backgrounds and spread across the world. Because our programme design consulting service has been doing so well, we now need even more great people to work with us and join our network of consultants available for short-term assignments.
Seefar has been innovating in consulting work on research for five years with experts from all backgrounds and spread across the world. Because our research consulting service has been doing so well, we now need even more great people to work with us and join our network of consultants available for short-term assignments.
Seefar has been innovating in consulting work on monitoring and evaluation for five years with experts from all backgrounds and spread across the world. Because our monitoring and evaluation consulting service has been doing so well, we now need even more great people to work with us and join our network of consultants available for short-term assignments.
This role will work closely with the Finance Officer, with responsibilities that cut across the Enterprise. You will assist the Finance Officer in managing the finances of the Enterprise, and your administrative support will ensure that we maximise our social impact.
You must be a dynamic person with an eye for detail who can manage your time and competing priorities effectively and independently. You are someone who is intrinsically motivated and interested in problem-solving.
This is a full-time role, you can live where you like and some international travel may be required.
Seefar values its relationship with the consultants who help us reach our social impact goals. High performers who align well with our organisational values are frequently offered extended or additional opportunities with us. This role could lead to further contracts, including chances to contribute to organisational strategy and development, subject to financing and performance; we therefore particularly welcome applicants who have an interest in engaging with us for longer than the advertised period.
The expected salary for this position is between 2000-2200 USD per month, depending on the successful candidate’s experience and skill level.
Seefar is seeking CVs from excellent candidates for the role of Ethiopia Programme Manager, to oversee an anticipated new project focussing on research, M&E and reporting across a range of sectors in the country. The target beneficiaries will largely be from civil society and government. The post-holder will have responsibility for leading the project on the ground, coordinating the input of Seefar technical experts outside Ethiopia, and maintaining relationships with local stakeholders. You will be the local face of the project, engage with stakeholders and manage the project results. You will recruit, supervise and lead a team with the support of senior technical experts at Seefar.
You will have: demonstrated project management experience in the development sector and a strong track record in donor liaison. You will have significant experience overseeing and quality assuring M&E and reporting on complex projects. Your thematic experience should be in one of the following areas: social protection, migration; gender and women’s empowerment; governance. You will be a natural communicator and very responsive; be results focussed and have complete fluency in English.
This position will be based in Addis Ababa and will be for an initial 12-month contract, with a likelihood of extension, subject to funding.
The post-holder will need to have a pre-existing right to work in Ethiopia.
As a Strategic Communications Consultant at Seefar, you will be helping some of the most vulnerable people in the world achieve better outcomes. You will be the communications lead on an awareness-raising campaign targeting migrants on the move in West Africa. This is a remote position so you can live wherever you like. This is a temporary (6 months) part-time consultancy (24 hours/week).
Seefar is looking for a communications intern to help manage and implement migration communications campaigns in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe. This is a paid full-time internship for six months. You can live wherever you like. You will need to be available to start immediately to be considered for the role, and to be fluent in written and spoken English and/or French.
Seefar is looking for a part-time Project Assistant to support a research project in Kabul and Nangarhar. This role will involve administrative, financial and logistical support of project activities.
This is a junior position and will be based in Kabul, Afghanistan.
As a Strategic Communications Assistant at Seefar, you will be helping some of the most vulnerable people in the world achieve better outcomes. You will also be working on some of the most important issues of our time, including rule of law, social inclusion, migration, human trafficking, modern slavery, violent extremism and gender-based violence. This role will work on various communication projects providing support for 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, as is your complete fluency in written and spoken English. You can live wherever you like. This is a long-term consultancy position with a possibility for extension.
The Operation Manager will be working under the supervision of the Director of Operations. In this role, you are responsible for administering/overseeing the compliance requirements of the company including accounting, reporting, taxes, and HR/payroll services. The role will be based in our office in Kabul, Afghanistan, and some travel may be required. The duration of the role is six months, with the possibility for an extension.
The Project Coordinator in Afghanistan will have responsibility for coordinating human trafficking, modern slavery, and migration related projects on the ground. You will recruit, train, supervise and lead a team under the guidance of senior leaders at Seefar. You will be the local face of the project, engage with stakeholders and enjoy being a valued member of the Seefar team. You will have demonstrated project management experience, preferably in the development sector; have thematic experience on, and a strong interest in, migration issues; have management experience; be a natural communicator and always responsive; are results focussed; and have complete fluency in English. This position is based in Afghanistan and is for an initial 12-month contract.