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Wednesday, 14 April 2021

Job Vacancy at Women for Women International

Company Description:

Women for Women International (WfWI) - In countries affected by conflict and war, Women for Women International (WfWI) supports the most marginalized women to earn and save money, improve health and well-being, influence decisions in their home and community, and connect to networks for support. By utilizing skills, knowledge and resources, she is able to create sustainable change for herself, her family, and community.

Since 1993, WfWI has served over 500,000 women in 8 conflict-affected countries, including Afghanistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq, Kosovo, Nigeria, Rwanda and South Sudan. Since 2002, we have worked with over 20,000 men worldwide to support women’s rights and gender equality.

We are recruiting to fill the position of:

 

 

Job Title: Manager, International Accounting

Location: Nigeria
Employment Type: Full Time
Department: Finance
Minimum Experience: Manager / Supervisor

Overview

  • Our model works and we have the data to prove it. In our 26-year history, Women for Women International has reached over half a million women. The women we work with across 3 continents earn just $0.81 a day when we enroll them. At graduation, it’s $2.11, nearly tripled.
  • Our impact goes beyond income. The number of women who say at least one household member went to sleep hungry in the last four weeks has gone from 18% to 5%. And more women say they speak out against women's abuse: 26% report having publicly spoken in the last 6 months against physically abusing women.
  • When women have the right tools, they realize the power within themselves to transform their lives, their families, their communities, and finally their entire nations.
  • Women for Women International works in some of the most dangerous places to be a woman. We serve women survivors of war in conflict and post-conflict areas around the world in 8 countries including Afghanistan, Iraq, Eastern Congo, and Northern Nigeria. Our core belief is that stronger women build stronger nations; and with access to knowledge, resources, and a support network, a woman rebuilds her life and improves her community.

Purpose

  • Women for Women International (WfWI) has an immediate opportunity for a Manager, International Accounting. This position will report to the Associate Director, International Accounting and is a member of the Finance Department.
  • The Manager, International Accounting is responsible for providing support and training to program office finance teams and serving as the Finance Manager backup person in case of a vacant position in program offices. This person is also responsible to lead in all aspects of finance activities within CO finance and play a key role in building capacity for the field finance and partners making sure finance staff are able to deliver in the best possible manner.

The location for this position is flexible outside of the United States with a preference for candidates from a region where WfWI currently works (Nigeria, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq, Afghanistan, South Sudan)

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Travel to program offices as needed for a temporary assignment to serve as the Finance Manager during a vacant position and assist program offices with the recruitment of new Finance Managers.
  • Provide Sage-Intacct accounting system training to newly hired Program Office Finance Managers.
  • Work in partnership with the Director, global finance, and compliance to highlight concerns that may require investigation or ad hoc review.
  • Provide technical support and aid global offices in clearing audit findings.
  • Assess Program Office banking arrangement and support them to ensure timely wire transfers from Headquarters.
  • Adhere to WfWI’s Code of Conduct and Safeguarding Policies and report concerns.
  • Coach, train and build capacity of finance staff with an aim of achieving highly skilled and motivated Country teams.
  • Ensure Program Office capacity gaps and weaknesses are identified and work with relevant technical staff to ensure appropriate mitigation measures are in place.
  • Develop finance capacity building plans, training materials development and coordinate training with relevant technical staff.
  • Support the organization capacity assessment process, ensuring all partners are able to meet full funding requirements.
  • Guide and participate in the Program Office finance manager recruitment process.
  • Contribute to the design and preparation of regular Program Office financial management reports to meet the needs of country program teams ensuring timeliness and accuracy.
  • Ensure that Program Office Finance Teams are familiar with WfWI financial systems and procedures.
  • Work with Program Offices for direct support in monthly close.
  • Assist with training and onboarding of Finance Managers and other Finance Staff.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications and Skills
Required:

  • Demonstrated ability and proficiency to create meaningful financial reports using advanced Excel required.
  • International experience and willingness to travel for an extended duration.
  • Highly organized with strong analytical skills.
  • Master’s degree in Finance / Accounting or related field preferred
  • Minimum 7-9 years of successful experience in accounting.

Preferred:

  • Experience with Sage-Intacct software.
  • Experience with Adaptive Insights.
  • Ability to speak and read French.

Organizational Values
Our global core values define how we are to behave as we pursue our mission, our vision, and our strategic objectives:

  • We believe every woman is unique and powerful in her own right. Our people are our greatest strength and we will support them to achieve our aims by providing them with the information, rewards and power they need to take the initiative and make decisions to solve problems and improve our delivery and performance. As a learning organization - we encourage our people to take risks and make mistakes, we learn and grow and get better, stronger and smarter.
  • We will never communicate in any way that exploits or demeans the women we exist to serve, we will deliver a program of training that maximizes the impact for the women we serve to bring them the biggest benefits and facilitate the greatest long term positive change in their lives. we do what we say we are going to do, when we say we're going to do it. We act as good stewards of the organization’s resources.
  • We believe every woman has the right to be treated with fairness and dignity. we trust each other implicitly, confident in the knowledge that we are all working towards the same goals. Equally, we hold each other responsible and accountable at all levels of the organization for the outcomes of our actions. We will be bold, clear and kind in our communication with our colleagues across the organization and not allow disrespectful behavior to go unchallenged.
  • We see every day the strength of women survivors of war and their ability to never lose hope despite having faced the greatest atrocities and horrors of conflict. They inspire us to stay strong, hopeful, focused and committed to our global purpose. We support each other to do the same.

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

 

Job Title: Associate Director, Gender Equality and Social Power

Location: Nigeria
Employment Type: Full Time
Department: Global Programs Unit (GPU)
Minimum Experience: Senior Manager / Supervisor

Overview

  • Women for Women International works in some of the most dangerous places to be a woman. We serve women survivors of war in conflict and post-conflict areas around the world in 8 countries including Afghanistan, Iraq, Eastern Congo, and Northern Nigeria. Our core belief is that stronger women build stronger nations; and with access to knowledge, resources, and a support network, a woman rebuilds her life and improves her community.
  • Our model works and we have the data to prove it. In our 26-year history, Women for Women International has reached over half a million women. The women we work with across 3 continents earn just $0.81 a day when we enroll them. At graduation, it’s $2.11, nearly tripled.
  • Our impact goes beyond income. The number of women who say at least one household member went to sleep hungry in the last four weeks has gone from 18% to 5%. And more women say they speak out against women's abuse: 26% report having publicly spoken in the last 6 months against physically abusing women.
  • When women have the right tools, they realize the power within themselves to transform their lives, their families, their communities, and finally their entire nations.

Purpose

  • Women for Women International has an immediate opportunity for an experienced Associate Director of Gender Equality and Social Power. This position will report to the Senior Director of Program Design and Development and be a member of the Global Programs Unit (GPU).
  • The Global Programs Unit (GPU) at Women for Women International supports Country Office programs in Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq, Nigeria, Rwanda and South Sudan.  It also provides funding and technical support to partner organizations and local affiliates (previous country office) in Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina. 

The location for this position is flexible outside of the United States with a preference for candidates from a region where WfWI currently works (Nigeria, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq, Afghanistan, South Sudan). Post-COVID expected travel is 20-25%.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Based on their experience and expertise, the Associate Director will guide WfWI in furthering its extensive women’s social power program portfolio, with a focus on gender-transformative programming in fragile and conflict-affected countries.
  • WfWI’s Gender Equality and Women’s Social Power portfolio includes, but is not limited to: literacy awareness, building life skills, basic health education and referrals, women’s rights, agency and decision making, women’s leadership and networking, violence against women/GBV prevention, grassroots advocacy and engaging men as allies in gender equality.
  • Cross-cutting issues include displacement and disability inclusion.  They are the primary point of contact for WfWI’s Country Offices for supporting context-specific gender equality and social power strategies, fundraising and program implementation. 

Leadership in Gender Equality and Social Power:

  • Serve as the primary technical expert in gender equality and social power for WfWI globally
  • Provide strategic advice to senior management to guide policy, planning, and delivery
  • Develop programmatic partnerships to further WfWI’s programming
  • Develop global guidance to improve gender equality and social power programming based on gaps in existing programs, and work with teams to develop country-specific plans, innovative approaches and mechanisms to address gaps (technology, partnerships, etc.)
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of research and practice, and facilitate shared learning and peer support platforms across all WfWI offices.

Technical Guidance in Design and Planning:

  • Coordinate closely with the Associate Director of Women’s Economic Power, as well as other technical team members, to ensure integrated social and economic power programing for women
  • Provide high quality technical guidance to Country Offices and teams for gender equality and social power program improvement especially in effective training facilitation and new areas of work
  • Carry out regular monitoring and technical assistance to Country Offices to support the effective implementation of their gender equality and social power programming
  • Collaborate with M&E team to contribute to the development of WfWI’s M&E system-related activities
  • Review and analyze global and country-specific outcome indicator data, and other evaluations, research and reports related to gender equality and social power, with country teams, as a basis for improving program approaches
  • Provide support to country teams in strategic and operational planning.

Fundraising Efforts:

  • Lead gender equality and social power program design for grant proposals or new project concepts
  • Develop highly impactful messages about our program to share with donors
  • Collaborate with business development teams on finding and responding to funding opportunities.

Relationship Building and External Representation:

  • Establish relationships and coordination with regional and global NGOs, institutions, UN bodies, and networks
  • Support country teams to develop partnerships and linkages with other organizations, government and private sector working on gender equality and social power issues at national, regional and community levels
  • Represent WfWI in networks and coalitions (e.g. GBV Coalition, WPS Network, MIUSA’s the Excellence in Development and Disability Inclusion (EDDI)) and at global and regional forums
  • Support the global advocacy team in developing key messages and policy papers on related issues.

Cross-Organizational Communication & Teamwork:

  • Maintain regular communications with Country Offices, US (HQ), UK, DE and other departments in HQ
  • Share up to date knowledge of research, policy and practice with the global organization .

Qualifications and Skills

  • Required Bachelor’s degree in International Development, Gender Studies, or related field; graduate degree highly desirable
  • Minimum nine years’ relevant work experience in international development, with emphasis on gender equality and women’s social power, of which at least five years must be at managerial level
  • Lived experience in WfWI’s target countries (or similar) is highly desirable
  • Demonstrated knowledge of relevant social and economic development issues such as poverty, power, women’s rights and empowerment, gender, and conflict
  • Analytical ability and extensive experience in creating project plans, implementing plans,  managing grants and budgets
  • Demonstrated leadership skills and ability to support a large, complex, diverse and multi-cultural team of people through a participatory and enabling management style
  • Demonstrated capacity to serve as a coach or mentor of individuals from diverse race, ethnic, cultural, linguistic, and professional backgrounds for staff development and capacity building
  • Demonstrated experience with fundraising, such as contributing to gender analyses, theory of change, inputs into logframes, etc.
  • Experience with capacity building and participatory adult learning training (e.g. curriculum development) highly desirable
  • Successful at establishing and maintaining internal and external relationships, building trust, and inspiring teamwork
  • Confidence and experience in external representation and public speaking
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English; working knowledge of a language of WfWI’s country teams (French, Kiswahili, Dari, Kurdish, etc.) highly desirable; knowledge of other local languages would be an advantage
  • Good judgment and problem-solving skills, positive attitude, demonstrated willingness to take initiative especially in changing security contexts, political dynamics and budgetary shifts
  • Commitment to and respect for Women for Women International’s mission and values
  • Strong computer skills in MS Word, Excel, internet, email applications.

Physical Demands:

  • May require bending, lifting, standing, sitting, computer work, etc.

The duties, responsibilities and activities of this job description may change, or new ones may be assigned at any time with or without notice.

Organizational Values
Our global core values define how we are to behave as we pursue our mission, our vision, and our strategic objectives:

  • Empowerment: We believe every woman is unique and powerful in her own right. Our people areour greatest strength and we will support them to achieve our aims by providing them with the information, rewards and power they need to take the initiative and make decisions to solve problems and improve our delivery and performance. As a learning organization - we encourage our people to take risks and make mistakes, we learn and grow and get better, stronger and  
  • Integrity: We will never communicate in any way that exploits or demeans the women we exist to serve, we will deliver a program of training that maximizes the impact for the women we serve  to bring them the biggest benefits and facilitate the greatest long-term positive change in their   we do what we say we are going to do, when we say we're going to do it. We act as good stewards of the organization’s resources. 
  • Respect: We believe every woman has the right to be treated with fairness and dignity. we trusteach other implicitly, confident in the knowledge that we are all working towards the same goals. Equally, we hold each other responsible and accountable at all levels of the organization for the outcomes of our actions. We will be bold, clear and kind in our communication with our colleagues across the organization and not allow disrespectful behavior to go unchallenged. 
  • Resilience: We see every day the strength of women survivors of war and their ability to neverlose hope despite having faced the greatest atrocities and horrors of conflict. They inspire us to stay strong, hopeful, focused and committed to our global purpose. We support each other to do the same.

Interested and qualified candidates should:Click here to apply

 

 

Job Title: Coordinator, Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, Learning

Location: Nigeria

Employment Type: Full Time
Department: Global Programs Unit (GPU)
Minimum Experience: Manager / Supervisor

Overview

  • Women for Women International works in some of the most dangerous places to be a woman. We serve women survivors of war in conflict and post-conflict areas around the world in 8 countries including Afghanistan, Iraq, Eastern Congo, and Northern Nigeria. Our core belief is that stronger women build stronger nations; and with access to knowledge, resources, and a support network, a woman rebuilds her life and improves her community.
  • Our model works and we have the data to prove it. In our 26-year history, Women for Women International has reached over half a million women. The women we work with across 3 continents earn just $0.81 a day when we enroll them. At graduation, it’s $2.11, nearly tripled.
  • Our impact goes beyond income. The number of women who say at least one household member went to sleep hungry in the last four weeks has gone from 18% to 5%. And more women say they speak out against women's abuse: 26% report having publicly spoken in the last 6 months against physically abusing women.
  • When women have the right tools, they realize the power within themselves to transform their lives, their families, their communities, and finally their entire nations.

Purpose

  • Women for Women International (WfWI) has an immediate opportunity for a Coordinator in support of Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning. This position will report to the Director of Monitoring, Evaluation, Research & Learning (MERL) and be a member of the Global Programs Unit.
  • The Global Programs Unit (GPU) at WfWI supports Country Office programs in Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq, Nigeria, and South Sudan.  It also provides funding and technical support to partner organizations and local affiliates (previous country office) in Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Rwanda. 
  • The Coordinator position will primarily serve as an extension of the HQ MERL team closer to our country programs with respect to providing ongoing technical assistance and guidance to country-based M&E teams.
  • This entails working closely with country teams to: support the development of M&E frameworks for WfWI activities, including in grant proposals; support the development and refinement of M&E tools for monitoring core, complementary and innovation activities; support the design of new M&E and research activities in tandem with country office staff; train and support on data analysis and report writing for grant reports and external publications.
  • The position also plays a crucial role in building increased responsibility and autonomy of country office teams, a key tenet of WfWI’s strategy.

The location for this position is flexible outside of the United States with a preference for candidates from a region where WfWI currently works (Nigeria, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq, Afghanistan, South Sudan). Post-COVID expected travel is 20-25%. Post-COVID expected travel is 30-40%.

Duties and Responsibilities
Capacity Building and Staff Development:

  • Provide continuous, direct, hands-on operational and program support to Country Office Monitoring and Evaluation teams (Managers, Officers) to assure quality of monitoring and evaluation (e.g., using software for data analysis).
  • Provide country office training in study instrument design, logframe design, and data cleaning and analysis techniques.
  • Provide guidance to Country Office M&E Managers to support the training and capacity development of other M&E staff.
  • Support the fulfillment of individual M&E Managers’ learning objectives; provide directly or seek out means of building the hard and soft skills M&E Managers identify as desired growth areas.

Country Office support for Program Monitoring:

  • Provide necessary support and guidance to ensure that both the monitoring and evaluation framework and staff are fit to support WfWI’s objectives as a learning organization.
  • Support M&E Managers in the design of M&E sections of grant proposals and suitable indicators and targets, including considering development of new tools/techniques to meet organizational and donor needs, ensuring that data collection plans are realistic and sufficient, in partnership with country offices, and providing support to implement those plans in-country, as needed.
  • Support WfWI’s transition to new electronic data collection platform, including field testing of data collection tools, hardware, platform software.

Survey and Evaluation Design and Implementation:

  • Support country offices in developing or refining quantitative and qualitative data collection tools required to track relevant indicators and learning questions.
  • Support M&E Managers to design surveys and other instruments for monitoring complementary activities, such as men’s engagement programs, advocacy programs, advanced economic trainings, VSLAs, and community impact. Provide guidance to support the integration of said tools into the overall M&E system and processes.
  • Support M&E Managers to provide oversight of independent evaluations, as necessary.
  • Keep informed of the latest developments in measurement approaches, as well as standardized monitoring and evaluation indicators and policies for current and prospective WfWI grantors.

Data Analysis and Report Writing:

  • Primarily provide technical support to M&E Managers to conduct analysis and writing of M&E sections of donor reports, including providing direct guidance on data analysis, and ensuring narrative includes relevant insights and learning reflection.
  • Provide in-person support for qualitative data analysis, as needed and helpful for learning objectives, and guide M&E Managers in the reporting and communication of qualitative data to program teams for learning and decision-making.

Learning:

  • Support the M&E Managers to work across in-country teams and leadership to communicate and influence based on data insights.
  • Support the global MERL team to directly encourage and enhance data-driven learning at the country office level.
  • Provide global insight and concrete, actionable recommendations for continuous improvement of global MERL systems and processes

Skills and Qualifications
Required:

  • Educational background in relevant field, such as Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Statistics, Public Policy, International Development, Public Health or other related Science or Social Science fields; strong training in quantitative data collection and analysis methods required.
  • Minimum 4-7 years of relevant fulltime work experience, including direct work overseeing/managing program monitoring or applied research initiatives
  • Proficiency in a statistical package like STATA, SPSS, or R; comfort managing, cleaning, and analyzing large quantitative datasets
  • Knowledge of logical frameworks, indicator development, or general performance management frameworks.
  • Willingness to travel internationally across offices, up to 40% per year, to post-conflict and austere locations.
  • Ability to work independently and interdependently, and communicate across a diverse and multicultural work environment with varying time zones; strong teamwork capacity required.
  • Passionate about women’s rights and development issues. Strong analytical and critical thinking skills, a desire to learn, and an inquisitive mind.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills; ability to take initiative, work efficiently and to deadlines.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English;
  • Commitment to and respect for Women for Women International’s mission and values

Preferred:

  • Direct experience with USAID and/or other major international development donors strongly preferred.
  • Qualitative analysis methods and experience with software. Knowledge of and comfort with qualitative data collection methodology, such as focus groups and in-depth interviews.
  • Lived experience in WfWI’s target countries (or similar)
  • Experience with capacity building and participatory adult learning training (e.g., curriculum development)
  • Working knowledge of a language of WfWI’s country teams (French, Kiswahili, Dari, Kurdish, etc.) highly desirable; knowledge of other local languages would be an advantage.

Organizational Values
Our global core values define how we are to behave as we pursue our mission, our vision, and our strategic objectives:

  • Empowerment: We believe every woman is unique and powerful in her own right. Our people areour greatest strength and we will support them to achieve our aims by providing them with the information, rewards and power they need to take the initiative and make decisions to solve problems and improve our delivery and performance. As a learning organization - we encourage our people to take risks and make mistakes, we learn and grow and get better, stronger and  
  • Integrity: We will never communicate in any way that exploits or demeans the women we exist to serve, we will deliver a program of training that maximizes the impact for the women we serve  to bring them the biggest benefits and facilitate the greatest long-term positive change in their   we do what we say we are going to do, when we say we're going to do it. We act as good stewards of the organization’s resources. 
  • Respect: We believe every woman has the right to be treated with fairness and dignity. we trusteach other implicitly, confident in the knowledge that we are all working towards the same goals. Equally, we hold each other responsible and accountable at all levels of the organization for the outcomes of our actions. We will be bold, clear and kind in our communication with our colleagues across the organization and not allow disrespectful behavior to go unchallenged. 
  • Resilience: We see every day the strength of women survivors of war and their ability to neverlose hope despite having faced the greatest atrocities and horrors of conflict. They inspire us to stay strong, hopeful, focused and committed to our global purpose. We support each other to do the same.

Interested and qualified candidates should:Click here to apply

 

 

Job Title: Officer, Grants Financial Management

Location: Nigeria
Employment Type: Full Time
Department: Finance

Overview

  • Women for Women International (WfWI) works in some of the most dangerous places to be a woman. We serve women survivors of war in conflict and post-conflict areas around the world in 8 countries including Afghanistan, Iraq, Eastern Congo, and Northern Nigeria. Our core belief is that stronger women build stronger nations; and with access to knowledge, resources, and a support network, a woman rebuilds her life and improves her community.
  • Our model works and we have the data to prove it. In our 26-year history, Women for Women International has reached over half a million women. The women we work with across 3 continents earn just $0.81 a day when we enroll them. At graduation, it’s $2.11, nearly tripled.
  • Our impact goes beyond income. The number of women who say at least one household member went to sleep hungry in the last four weeks has gone from 18% to 5%. And more women say they speak out against women's abuse: 26% report having publicly spoken in the last 6 months against physically abusing women.
  • When women have the right tools, they realize the power within themselves to transform their lives, their families, their communities, and finally their entire nations.                   

Purpose

  • Women for Women International (WfWI) has an immediate opportunity for an Officer, Grants Financial Management. This position will report to the Director, Global Finance and Compliance and is a member of the Finance Department.
  • The Officer, Grants Financial Management will be responsible for monthly financial grants monitoring and assisting in internal and donor reporting to ensure timely and accurate reporting. Using strong interpersonal and analytical skills, the officer will develop and maintain positive relationships with colleagues with focus to efficient grants financial management. The officer will work closely with the Associate Director, finance and the finance officer.

The location for this position is flexible outside of the United States with a preference for candidates from a region where WfWI currently works (Nigeria, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq, Afghanistan, South Sudan).

Duties & Responsibilities
Grant Budgeting and Budget Management:

  • Assist in coordinating with Business Development Unit and Country Offices to align WfWI proposal budget template to donor template during proposal budget development
  • Assist in assembling and maintaining grants financial information for new, existing and ending contracts
  • Assist in review of grant proposal budget analytics.

Financial Reporting & Monitoring:

  • Analyzes monthly grants financial data and flagging significant budget variations while initiating adjustments as needed.
  • Analyze and monitor the financial status of assigned grants, contracts and other agreements in comparison to donor budgets/reporting requirements and identify and report any need for re-alignment or any financial risks associated with grants, contracts, and related cost share obligations for review with GPU.
  • Update assigned monthly grant financial reports and follow up on cost allocations
  • Review and monitor required financial donor reports/budget amendments and ensure all financial data and cost share requirements are met and reported accurately and timely and in compliance with donor financial requirements. 
  • Monitor life of grant financial reporting requirements and maintain a database where deadlines are tracked, and reports status are monitored
  • Assist in Creating and-or analyzing assigned and-or specific financial issues during the year, including ad-hoc analysis, modeling, and forecasting.
  • Assist in monthly grants financial reporting and various Ad hoc reports
  • Perform special projects as assigned.

Skills and Qualifications
Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance / Accounting or related field preferred
  • 3-4 years minimum relevant experience, ideally in the nonprofit sector
  • Advanced excel skills required
  • Experience with U.S. government funding (e.g., USAID, NIH) and other donors’ budget and regulatory compliance.
  • Previous international development experience preferred, experience working effectively in multicultural settings required.
  • Effective communication skills to guide program staff in the budget monitoring process. Demonstrated ability to work closely with colleagues in the development of budgets and financial reports for various types of funding sources.
  • Ability to handle a heavy workload with competing priorities while working independently as well as part of a team.
  • Excellent quantitative and analytical skills; accuracy and attention to detail; and highly organized, strong writing skills.
  • Flexibility working across different global time zones.

Preferred:

  • Knowledge of Adaptive Insights reporting tool and Sage Intacct.

Organizational Values
Our global core values define how we are to behave as we pursue our mission, our vision, and our strategic objectives:

  • We believe every woman is unique and powerful in her own right. Our people are our greatest strength and we will support them to achieve our aims by providing them with the information, rewards and power they need to take the initiative and make decisions to solve problems and improve our delivery and performance. As a learning organization - we encourage our people to take risks and make mistakes, we learn and grow and get better, stronger and smarter.
  • We will never communicate in any way that exploits or demeans the women we exist to serve, we will deliver a program of training that maximizes the impact for the women we serve to bring them the biggest benefits and facilitate the greatest long term positive change in their lives. we do what we say we are going to do, when we say we're going to do it. We act as good stewards of the organization’s resources.
  • We believe every woman has the right to be treated with fairness and dignity. we trust each other implicitly, confident in the knowledge that we are all working towards the same goals. Equally, we hold each other responsible and accountable at all levels of the organization for the outcomes of our actions. We will be bold, clear and kind in our communication with our colleagues across the organization and not allow disrespectful behavior to go unchallenged.
  • We see every day the strength of women survivors of war and their ability to never lose hope despite having faced the greatest atrocities and horrors of conflict. They inspire us to stay strong, hopeful, focused and committed to our global purpose. We support each other to do the same.

Interested and qualified candidates should:Click here to apply

 

Note

  • We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis, so please apply at your earliest convenience through this portal.
  • We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
  • This job description may be modified from time to time at the discretion of WfWI.

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