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    The Women's Refugee Commission unfortunately cannot acknowledge unsolicited applications for employment or internships. No calls, please.

    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:

     

    Gender and Protection Consultant, Refugee Caravans

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    There is now a need to replicate and adapt this approach to the current refugee caravans moving through Central America and into and through Mexico to assess the protection risks confronting women and children who are part of those caravans. Specifically, the assessments will cover: risks of gender-based violence, trafficking, sexual harassment, and sexual exploitation and abuse and identify policy and programmatic response that increase the protection of women and children on the move.

    The assessment(s) will fill in current knowledge and information gaps. At present, little is known about the specific risks, exposure to violence including gender-based violence, protection concerns, and survival strategies of refugee women and children who are part of the caravans.  Much more information is needed to understand the situation of fleeing women and children in order to inform, shape, and improve the response.

    Gender and Protection Consultant, Venezuela

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    The WRC proposes to conduct an assessment on the protection risks and needs of women and children in Peru, a receiving country with less history and experience in hosting large influxes of refugees and migrants and having little humanitarian infrastructure and fewer actors providing assistance. At present, hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans have left their country in the first half of 2018. The number entering Peru almost quadrupled over a four-month period: from 100,000 in March 2018 to nearly 350,000 in early June. And of the 328,888 Venezuelans who have applied for asylum since 2014, roughly 127,000 or 38.6 percent applied for asylum in Peru. Current estimates of those displaced within Peru are approximately 353,000 with an additional 1,000 arriving every day. In early September, 11 Latin American States agreed to allow Venezuelans leaving their homeland to enter their countries even if their travel documents have expired – reversing earlier practice and further opening the doors to continued influxes. Peru is among the 11 countries - all of whom already report struggling to deal with the high numbers of Venezuelans crossing into their territory.

    Digital Media Manager, IAWG

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    Seeking a Digital Media Manager to manage all aspects of IAWG’s online communications including website, listserv, and social media channels. In collaboration with the IAWG Coordinator, s/he will help develop and implement IAWG’s overall online strategy with the end goal of establishing www.iawg.netas the go-to hub for all SRH in humanitarian crises -related resources, and strengthening our digital presence.

    Senior Officer of Institutional Giving (CONSULTANT)

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    The CONSULTANT will provide essential management for our institutional fundraising portfolio (foundations, governments and multilateral entities). This work will include development for WRC’s fundraising strategy, the development of proposals; undertaking prospect research; taking part in donor cultivation; management of grant reporting process; writing/editing of grant reports; and processing grant agreements, modifications and other donor required documentation. This role is expected to be a part-time (3-4 days a week), temporary assignment that is expected to last approximately 5 months however it could be extended depending on WRC’s grant portfolio needs.

    Sexual and Reproductive Health Program Assistant

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    The Program Assistant of the WRC’s Sexual and Reproductive Health team will be responsible for managing a range of administrative, logistical and support services for the SRH team, including IAWG staff. There are currently 7 members of the SRH team.

    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.

    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.