As part of efforts to mobilise new resources and deliver on the recently developed resource mobilisation strategy, the End Violence Secretariat is seeking a consultant to support its investor relations and develop new resource partners. The consultant will support all aspects of resource mobilisation, outreach and engagement, proposal development and donor reporting. As such, this individual will help strengthen fundraising systems within the organisation.
The deadline to apply is 29 February 2020.
Fund Portfolio Management: Safe to Learn
In 2019, the Partnership launched a five-year initiative, ‘End Violence in Schools: Safe to Learn’, working with a wide range of partners to catalyze commitments and action to end all violence in schools by 2024. The End Violence Fund opened its new Safe to Learn window in December 2019 with generous contributions from the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). Through its investments, the Fund aims to accelerate actions by supporting partners to fill the identified gaps and generate evidence towards the common goal of eliminating violence in and through schools.
For quality and effective use of these contributions, the End Violence Fund is seeking a consultant to provide overall management of the Safe to Learn funding, including leading a transparent grant-making process, monitoring project implementation, capacity building of grantees, ensuring smooth administrative transactions, identifying opportunities and guiding technical collaboration between grantees and other End Violence partners.
The deadline to apply is 19 March 2020.
Fund Portfolio Management: Child Online Safety
Since 2016, the End Violence Fund has invested over $32 million in 37 projects across 27 countries to combat online child sexual exploitation and abuse, as well as three regional and seven global projects. Funded initiatives implement a wide range of activities to both prevent and respond to online CSEA. The current funding round is focused on solutions that leverage existing and new technologies to prevent and combat online child sexual exploitation and abuse. The Fund is poised to welcome a new set of grantees to the End Violence community by mid-2020.
With a growing portfolio, the End Violence Fund is seeking a consultant to support the creation and maintenance of key systems, platforms and processes to maximise the Fund's return on investment from its Child Online Safety grants and support its grantee network in sharing and leveraging learning. This role will develop and implement a strategy to assess the portfolio's needs, manage technical assistance, identify opportunities and guide cohorts and technical collaboration between grantees and other End Violence partners.
The deadline to apply to this role is 19 March 2020.
End Violence is seeking an intern to support our communications team across all its channels, including writing, design, social media, digital content and more.
This internship is paid and based in New York City for three to six months. To apply, you must be enrolled in an advanced university degree (master’s or higher) in communications, public relations, journalism or related fields. As part of this role, you will support editorial planning and implementation for the End Violence web and social media platforms; help to create social media kits around campaigns and major events in New York and across the world; explore and tell stories about End Violence's 400+ partners working to end violence across the world; and support with design and creation of various communication products, among other responsibilities.
The deadline to apply to this role is 5 March 2020.