Purpose of the post
We are about to start a new five-year programme delivered in partnership with the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), called Opening Extractives. You will work with about 10 resource-rich countries, and this role will lead one of the six core workstreams of the programme. You will support people in the project countries to use beneficial ownership data to bring about social and economic benefits and manage development of technical tools and solutions to do so. You will report to Open Ownership’s Director of Policy & Programmes and have close working relationships with Open Ownership and the EITI, as well as external stakeholders in each of the participating countries.
? Full time, 37.5 hours per week.
? Flexible working will be considered, including 4 days a week.
? When travel restrictions due to COVID-19 permit, we anticipate international travel will be required for this role, particularly within the region where the post-holder is based.
Remuneration: based on a UK appointment £45,000 – £65,000, dependent on experience. Remuneration for staff based outside the UK will be adjusted to reflect local market rates.
Location : remote working
- The post-holder must be based in an Opening Extractives focus country or the UK. We are particularly keen to hear from applicants based in South East Asia, sub-Saharan Africa or Latin America.
? The Opening Extractives focus countries are:
Latin America: Columbia, Mexico
Sub-Saharan Africa: Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria, Senegal, Zambia
Eurasia: Armenia, Mongolia, Ukraine
Asia-Pacific: Indonesia, Philippines
? Applicants must have the right to work in their country of residence.
? Due to the legal restrictions placed on the grant that funds this post, we cannot accept applications from anyone based in the US.
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