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Communications Director

The Communications Director takes responsibility for the overall direction and production of the EITI’s communications. This involves developing the strategic direction of the EITI’s core messages, raising public awareness around natural resource governance, strengthening existing and developing new forms of engagement, and promoting open data. The position includes editorial responsibilities for web, publications and media. The Communications Director also manages the communications team of the International Secretariat.

Key Responsibilities

  1. Develop and implement EITI’s communications plans to raise public awareness around the EITI and natural resource governance.
  2. Oversee and develop the strategic direction of the EITI’s communications channels including its website, social media and publications.
  3. Promote the existence and use of open data community within the EITI internationally. 
  4. Provide strategic direction to maximize media coverage, produce media releases, and develop media contacts.
  5. Develop and monitor progress against key performance indicators for communications.
  6. Work closely with Communication Directors / Managers from partner organisations especially World Bank, Natural Resource Governance Institute, and Publish What You Pay.
  7. Lead the communications strategy around the EITI Global Conference.
  8. Lead the communications team and manage the communications budget.
  9. Work closely with EITI Country Managers on key messages and stories from each country, including better documentation of impact.
  10. Support the EITI in strengthening its internal communications within and amongst the organisation.

Desired Qualifications

  • Relevant university degree.
  • At least 10 years working experience in the communications / PR field related to government, company, civil society organisation, or a development agency.
  • Familiarity with the extractive resources sector and anti-corruption work and related journalists. Sound knowledge of development, private sector development, energy and/or natural resources management, public finance.
  • Proven writing experience for external communications.
  • Proven ability to develop key messages, in particular regarding development impact. 
  • Proven record of increasing positive exposure in similar organisations.
  • Ability to work flexibly and openly with a wide range of team members, while retaining the ability to act independently.

Excellent command of written and spoken English. French, Spanish and Russian are an advantage.

Regional Director/Country Manager for Africa

A Regional Director/Country Manager takes responsibility to coordinate and support EITI activities, both directly by the International Secretariat and through partners, in a portfolio of countries. At present, the EITI is being implemented in 51 countries.

In addition to country responsibilities, Regional Directors/Country Managers take the lead on specific policy and thematic issues related to extractive sector governance and support the International Secretariat’s work on management, finance, training, communication and research.

Knowledge and experience in Anglophone and Lusophone Africa is required. Candidates from the region are particularly encouraged to apply.

Key Responsibilities

  1. Support and guide countries on the implementation of the EITI Standard, including close liaison with government officials, company representatives and civil society groups in implementing countries.
  2. Lead regional coordination, networking and capacity building.
  3. Promote outreach activities in countries not currently implementing the EITI.
  4. Provide steering of activities including analysis, training and producing communication materials.
  5. Liaise with partner organisations.

Required Qualifications

  • Relevant advanced university degree.
  • At least 5-10 years’ experience with government, company, civil society organisation, or a development agency.
  • A sound knowledge of development, private sector development, energy and/or natural resources management, law, public finance, or project management.
  • Ability to influence organisations, governments, civil society and industry through a combination of strong writing, presentation and networking skills.
  • Ability to work flexibly and openly with a wide range of team members, while retaining the ability to act independently.
  • Excellent command of written and spoken English. Fluency in Portuguese is desirable though not necessary. Other languages are an advantage.

Validation Manager

The Validation manager’s main role will be to support EITI Validation. Validation is an essential feature of the EITI process. It provides all stakeholders with an impartial assessment of whether EITI implementation in a country is in line with the provisions of the EITI Standard. It also safeguards the integrity of the EITI by holding implementing countries to the same global standard. In addition, the manager will support Implementation of the EITI in countries, particularly with respect to realising the potential for EITI mainstreaming and support to help improve the collection, management and dissemination of EITI data in a standardised format.

Experience from the oil gas and mining industries, particularly from a legal and economic perspective is required. 

Key Responsibilities

  1. Leading and supporting ‘initial assessments’ as part of the Validation process.
  2. Identifying opportunities for strengthening EITI implementation including how to mainstream EITI disclosures.
  3. Supporting the work of the Validation Committee, including reviewing lessons learned from Validation, and possible refinements of the Validation Guide and Procedures.
  4. Support cross-country comparisons on key aspects of EITI implementation, and drafting of guidance, training and communication materials.
  5. Liaison with partner organisations.

Required Qualifications

  • Relevant advanced university degree.
  • At least 5-10 years’ experience with government, company, civil society organisation, or a development agency.
  • A sound knowledge of development, private sector development, energy and/or natural resources management, law, public finance, or project management.
  • Experience with legal, economic and political analysis in the extractive industries.
  • Ability to influence organisations, governments, civil society and industry through a combination of strong writing, presentation and networking skills.
  • Ability to work flexibly and openly with a wide range of team members, while retaining the ability to act independently.
  • Excellent command of written and spoken English. Fluency in French, Russian, Spanish or Portuguese is also desirable though not necessary. Other languages are an advantage.

Country Manager/CountryOfficer for MENA

A Country Manager/Country Officer to support our work in the Middle East and North Africa.  It is for 6-9 months with a possibility of extension.

Country Managers/Country Officers support EITI activities, both directly by the International Secretariat and through partners, in a portfolio of countries. At present, the EITI is being implemented in 51 countries, including Afghanistan and Iraq. Several other countries in the region are expected to join soon.

In addition to country responsibilities, Country Managers/Country Officers support on specific policy and thematic issues related to extractive sector governance. Often, they also support the International Secretariat’s work on management, finance, training, communication and research.

Knowledge and experience of the Middle East and North Africa, including Afghanistan, is an asset.  Candidates from the region are particularly encouraged to apply. The Secretariat will consider candidates for full time work if they demonstrate specific policy, analytical or administrative skills.

Key Responsibilities

  1. Support countries on the implementation of the EITI Standard, including close liaison with government officials, company representatives and civil society groups in implementing countries.
  2. Support regional coordination, networking and capacity building.
  3. Promote outreach activities in countries not currently implementing the EITI.
  4. Provide support to activities including analysis, training and producing communication materials.
  5. Liaise with partner organisations.

Required Qualifications

  • Relevant advanced university degree.
  • At least 3-5 years’ experience with government, company, civil society organisation, or a development agency.
  • A sound knowledge of development, private sector development, energy and/or natural resources management, law, public finance, or project management.
  • Ability to influence organisations, governments, civil society and industry through a combination of strong writing, presentation and networking skills.
  • Ability to work flexibly and openly with a wide range of team members, while retaining the ability to act independently.
  • Knowledge and experience of the Middle East and North Africa, including Afghanistan, is an asset. 
  • The Secretariat would be keen to talk with applicants who wish to apply for full time work if they can bring other policy, technical or administrative skills to the office.

Openings in partner organisations

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