FRIDA is seeking a passionate and creative intern to support our programmatic work. This includes supporting FRIDA grantee partners in over 45 countries, and supporting FRIDA's capacity development initiatives and grant making processes. This dynamic position provides an excellent opportunity to support young women's rights activists from all around the world and increase your understanding of all elements of program coordination.
This is a remote based position and the successful applicant can be based in any country in the world.
Work on Capacity Development initiatives for FRIDA Grantee partners, including supporting the planning of online workshops, developing workshop content and supporting coordination of FRIDA capacity development events and evaluating their success.
Maintain key data on FRIDA grantee projects and profiles.
Assist with program updates, proposals, reports and documentation, and support regular communications to FRIDA grantee partners.
Support monitoring and evaluation of the Funds activities.
Research specific issues and policy debates related to young feminists.
Support FRIDA staff to establish key relationship and networks with relevant partners, including researching organizations working on women's human rights, LGBTQ rights, young women and youth organizing.
Monitor key debates and opportunities for FRIDA staff and grantees to engage in in strategic countries and spaces.
Provide administrative support to FRIDA staff
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
Proactive, creative and have experience and/or knowledge of working on programs on gender, human rights, youth, activism or development
Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community
Good working knowledge of English (both Oral and Written) and preferably one more of the Fund's working languages (Spanish, French, Arabic, Russian).
Passionate young feminist activist (under 30) with a strong commitment to women's rights, and gender equality.
Independent and self-reliant, willing to take initiative, creative, hard working, and flexible.
Must be comfortable working in a virtual environment and have reliable internet access.
Can commit at least 15 - 20 hours per week over a three-month period. We are open to discussions of alternative timeframes and can be flexible.
Work from office in Sydney, Australia or remote based in any city in the world. Other staff are based in Mexico, Seoul and Serbia, hence if applicant is in these countries, an office placement can be discussed.
This Internship is not a paid position although a small stipend ($100USD per month) will be offered to assist with any costs incurred.
HOW TO APPLY
Please send your CV) along with a letter outlining why you would like intern for FRIDA to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5th January 2015
Please write Program Intern in the subject of email.
Applications are welcome from candidates from all countries.