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3 Amazing Human Rights Job Opportunities With Save The Children


Education Advisor

Save the Children is an organization that works inside 120 countries worldwide to advocate for the rights of children in any and every way they can. Within this mission, the Education Advisor is responsible for working on the purposing and implementation of education initiatives in areas that need them. This can include examining the programs themselves, researching new ideas, and presenting information about the programs to relevant audiences and individuals. The salary for this position, located in London, is up to £38,000 a year. Qualification for the role will be determined either by a postgraduate degree or a comparative body of experience in the role of education and human rights. Applications will be received until February 29.

Senior Gender Equality Advisor

This position, based in London, is related to a specific Save the Children mission dedicated to achieving the highest standard of gender equality for boys and girls in developing countries by 2030. To assist in this goal, the Senior Gender Equality Advisor will supervise various egalitarian efforts, as well as developing ideas and organizing these ideas into successful and sustainable programs. The remuneration offered is between £45,000 to £47,000 a year. The successful applicant will have an upper level degree in a study relevant to issues of gender and human rights, as well as experience in a similar role. The competition closes on March 6.

UN UNICEF Partnerships Manager

This is a contracted position of nine months (though possibly longer) at Save the Children’s London office. The UN UNICEF Partnerships Manager sees to the proper administration and coordination of connections between Save the Children and various UN agencies. It is imperative that careful attention be paid in all aspects of these partnerships, as they play an integral role within the organization. There is likely to be travelling involved in the position. The qualifications for the role are an MA in a field related to the study of gender or social justice, or a significant bank of relevant experience. The salary for the role is up to £50,000 and the closing date for applications is February 29

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