Work With Us: Project Manager

Job Announcement: Project Manager

The FAIR SHARE campaign aims to increase the number of women leaders in the global social impact sector.

We successfully launched our FAIR SHARE campaign on International Women’s Day 2019, and since then have been building a global community on gender equality and feminist leadership. In the next phase, we will focus on

·        researching data on women’s leadership in selected countries and organisations;

·        building a professional basic administration;

·        building a community of women and men committed to the objectives of FAIR SHARE

·        laying the ground work for a mentoring programme for young talented women;

·        systematically engaging in fundraising.

FAIR SHARE is registered as a charitable association (e.V.) in Germany. A start-up grant from a German philanthropist enables us to build a small team to support the development of the organisation with reliable and high-quality support in research, fundraising and administration.

FAIR SHARE is looking for a Project Manager

The Manager will mainly work on the following tasks:

  • Internet based research of the share of women leaders in specific organisations

  • Communication with organisations to verify findings.

  • Compilation of statistics and graphs showing the share of women leaders

  • Research of fundraising opportunities and development of grant proposals

  • Coordination and support of the FAIR SHARE Board and community

  • Communication of FAIR SHARE’s objectives and campaigns; mainly on social media and our website

  • Organisational and administrative tasks as they arise.

We are looking for a highly motivated, entrepreneurial individual who joins us in strengthening the feminist agenda in the global social impact sector.

Desirable knowledge and experiences:

  • Dynamic self-starter and feminist committed to our aims

  • Thorough researcher delivering reliable data under minimal supervision

  • Flexibility and willingness to take on a wide variety of tasks as they arise in a newly founded organisation

  • Very good communication skills, native level English desirable

  • Knowledge of and experience in the civil society sector is an asset

  • Social media and website administration skills are assets

We offer:

  • A dynamic and ambitious start-up with excellent links to many leading CSOs

  • A chance to shape and develop a new organisation and your future permanent position

  • ·Flexible working hours and work from your (Berlin) home

Working hours: ideally 40hrs/week but a minimum of 25hrs/week

Term: 12 months with the possibility of extension

Location: Berlin, Germany

Starting date: as soon as possible

Initially the position is limited to 12 months. However, as FAIR SHARE establishes itself and strengthens its financial basis, we expect the role to turn into a permanent position.

Your application should:

  • include a CV (English) and

  • short cover letter (English) laying out why you are motivated to take up this position

  • your salary expectations and suggested working hours

  • be submitted to: hello@fairsharewl.org by 29 September at the latest but we will review applications on a rolling basis.

We will contact promising candidates before the deadline so please apply early! Please note that we can only contact short-listed candidates.

We look forward to receiving your application!

 

 

 

Let’s finally embrace a feminist project for the development sector