As an organisation which is run 100% by volunteers, we are looking for staff who can help grow IWI while ensuring we remain true to our mission and goals. All positions are PERFORMED REMOTELY.
Director of Fundraising
The Director of Fundraising will lead a small and dedicated team of fundraisers t o provide the necessary vision, leadership, and fundraising skills which will enable the organisation to achieve its fundraising targets and organisational development programmes. They will have substantial fundraising and management experience, a talent for building relationships and a proven track record in securing funds from statutory sources, foundations, trusts and major donors. Experience in development of an individual donor programme, including donor marketing, is also an advantage.
We are looking for a successful and enthusiastic Director of Events to produce and manage the events of IWI from conception through to completion. You will supervise your staff through the planning and implementation of each event, while organising memorable events that meet quality expectations. This position will provide crucial support to the organisation to ensure the effective operations of the Events team, and IWI at a time of high growth. Applicant must be London based.
Director of Events
We are looking for a competent Event Coordinator to plan and manage events, as well as provide support to other coordinators, on behave of IWI in a well - organised and timely manner from conception through to completion. You will need to act proactively and without guidance while understanding the needs and characteristics of the people with whom you work. Applicant must be London based.
As Editor, it will be your job to ensure documents written by staff meet the Global Legal Review editorial standards, as well as affirming writers are indeed creating original content. Our ideal candidate is a team - spirited, skilled and Editor with an eye for detail. If you can grasp project requirements quickly and offer valuable insight, we’d like to meet you. (A product of International Women’s Initiative, the Global Legal Review website will focus on the law and women’s rights globally, through legal research, reports and lobbying efforts.)
The Partnership Researcher is responsible for assisting the Partnerships Team in the administration of its functions. The Partnership Researcher helps with the partnerships team’s outreach efforts; tracking trends; assist with developing promotional materials; maintaining databases; and preparing reports. This position requires someone who has excellent research, writing, and communication skills, is self-motivated, reliable, organised, thorough and timely. Applicant must be London based.
As a Publicist for IWI you will oversee the public image and manage all media relations as well as coordinate publicity events. Other responsibilities may include writing press releases, releasing statements and interjecting the points of IWI staff into relevant media coverage. In addition, you will also field questions and act as a liaison between IWI and the general public. Applicant must be EU or UK based.
IWI’s Grant Writer is responsible for developing and writing grant proposals to grant - making organisations and will persuasively communicate IWI’s mission and programmes to potential funders.
Fundraising Prospect Researcher
IWI Fundraising Prospect Researchers will identify, collect, organise, analyse, and disseminate information on stakeholders, stakeholder groups and issues of strategic importance to the fundraising team in order to enhance the team’s ability to successfully acquire funding for the activities of IWI.
We are looking for a successful and enthusiastic Podcast Producer to produce and manage the AudioRoar! series from conception through to completion. You will supervise your staff through the planning and implementation of each episode, while producing a bold and empowered series centred around issues of women’s human rights.
As a Culture Editor for The Lead you would bring strong editorial leadership skills to the team, including a keen eye for story selection, and the ability to deliver incisive edits to reporters at all levels of experience. The Culture Editor will steer The Lead's day - to - day direction and its long - term tone for your team. We are looking for an editor who can help our writers provide smart, creative, engaging reviews, and inspire them to meet their full potential. (A product of International Women’s Initiative, The Lead is a voice for the voiceless. They will bring you coverage of women’s human rights, global and national news, politics, gender equality, health, film and more. See them at www.thelead.co.uk)
As a Journalist for The Lead you will contribute in the publication of timely and accurate news. An online magazine, The Lead seeks journalists that are skilled storytellers and relayers of fact, with the ability to lay bare truth in a manner that is bold and honest.(A product of International Women’s Initiative, The Lead is a voice for the voiceless. They will bring you coverage of women’s human rights, global and national news, politics, gender equality, health, film and more. See them at www.thelead.co.uk)
If you are interested in any of the above positions, please copy and paste your CV and cover letter in the email form below.