Faith to Action Network
Job Opening: Advocacy Lead
Faith to Action Network seeks an Advocacy Lead to develop and implement its advocacy and communication strategy, and to manage several advocacy projects.
Faith to Action Network mobilizes faith organizations’ support for family health and wellbeing.
This includes sexual and reproductive health and family planning; gender equality and women’s rights; pluralism /peaceful coexistence.
The position will be responsible for Faith to Action Network’s advocacy and communications work, including developing, implementing, monitoring and reporting on its advocacy and communication strategy.
The position will be responsible for the full project cycle management of several new projects primarily implemented in Eastern Africa, Northern Africa, Middle East and Asia.
To apply or to download further information on the required qualifications, skills and experience for this exciting role, please visit www.faithtoactionetwork.org/career-opening/
The deadline for applications is 26th July 2020.
Applications should be submitted to HR@faithtoactionetwork.org
Applications should include a full curriculum vitae (including comprehensive details of key achievements and responsibilities, a list of references and current salary) along with a covering letter addressing the job description, academic and professional qualifications and indicating motivation for the role.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
This is a full-time position based in Nairobi and the salary is competitive and commensurate with the seniority of the appointment.
Faith to Action Network is committed to equal opportunities and cultural and religious diversity.
Candidates from all sections of the community are welcome to apply.
Candidates must have the right to work in Kenya.
This requirement will apply to all applicants irrespective of their nationality.
About Faith to Action Network
Faith to Action Network mobilizes faith organizations’ support for family health and wellbeing. We focus on issues that faith actors are grappling with, including sexual and reproductive health and family planning; gender equality and women’s rights; pluralism and understanding.
As a global interfaith network of more than 100 Bahai, Buddhist, Christian, Confucian, Hindu and Muslim faith organisations, we combine innovative, evidence- and faith-backed community-based programming with national, regional and international dialogue and advocacy to influence change at all levels. We meet international standards of quality and accountability and ensure the relevance of our interventions to the everyday lives of faith communities.