Women in Nepal

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The Women’s Refugee Commission considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability. The Women’s Refugee Commission is an equal opportunity employer.

Current job openings:

 

Content Writer, MISP Distance Learning Module

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The Women’s Refugee Commission, host of the IAWG, will contract with a consultant to write the content for the MISP DLM so that it is in alignment with the 2018 version of the MISP and formatted for a self-paced and interactive eLearning module.

The consultant will work in collaboration with the MISP DLM Task Team on the content to be included. This includes participation on regular Task Team calls.

Media Relations and Communications Officer

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The Media Relations and Communications Officer is responsible for managing a fast-paced media relations operation and providing communications support, with a strong focus on the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC)’s Migrant Rights and Justice (MRJ) program. This position, which will be based in the Washington, D.C. office, will be divided 70%–30% between executing media relations and communications support for MRJ and for WRC’s other programs, respectively.

Senior Writer and Communications Officer

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The Senior Writer and Communications Officer is responsible for managing all aspects of editorial production for the organization including (but not limited to) writing and copyediting reports, fact sheets, weekly emails, website content, and news releases. In addition, this person would be the primary speechwriter for the Executive Director and would work closely with the Development team on external-facing fundraising communications.

Policy Advisor, Migrant Rights and Justice

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The Policy Advisor for the Migrant Rights and Justice Program will work to promote the rights of migrants, and access to protection of women and children seeking safety in the United States and internationally. This includes taking a leading role in research, strategic planning, project development and implementation, and advocacy.  Current expected areas of focus include family separation, access to protection with a regional focus and particularly at the U.S.-Mexico border, conditions and treatment at the U.S. border, and transnational families.

Senior Advisor, Gender and Social Inclusion

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The Senior Advisor, Gender and Social Inclusion has lead responsibility for decision-making on the WRC’s work on gender and social inclusion, ensuring alignment with and advancing the wider organizational mission, strategic plans, and objectives. They play a central role in the WRC’s organizational strategic planning and thought leadership across the humanitarian sector. This position also leads the organization’s advocacy on resilience-based approaches, in consultation and collaboration with the WRC Advocacy and Communications teams and supervises staff working on disabilities, LGBTI persons, adolescents and youth.

Sexual and Reproductive Health Program Manager

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The Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) Program aims to improve the resilience of systems and individuals – at the community, national, and international levels – to meet the full range of SRH needs of diverse crisis-affected populations, from preparedness to response to recovery. It strengthens policies, funding, and programming for SRH in humanitarian settings.