Organization: Free the Slaves
Closing date: 30 Apr 2019
Free the Slaves (FTS) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to ending human trafficking and modern slavery worldwide – with a focus on dismantling the economic, political and social systems that allow slavery to persist. We combine world-class research, innovative frontline community activism, targeted advocacy and compelling communications to alert the world that slavery still exists but can be overcome. We work with grassroots organizations to free people from slavery and help them rebuild their lives. We record and share survivor stories so people in power can see slavery and be inspired to work for freedom. We enlist businesses to clean slavery out of their product supply chains and empower consumers to avoid slavery-tainted products. We work with governments to implement effective anti-slavery laws and hold them to their commitments. We research what works and what does not, so that resources can be efficiently focused. Our headquarters is in Washington DC; we have operations in India, Nepal, Ghana, Haiti, Senegal and the Dominican Republic. To learn more about Free the Slaves, visit: www.freetheslaves.net.
Free the Slaves has worked in Ghana for 15 years, and established a formal field office presence in Ghana in late 2013. The Ghana office works to address child labor slavery, human trafficking and sexual exploitation in informal mining and fishing communities, in collaboration with Ghanaian civil society organizations. Free the Slaves collaborates with and advocates to relevant agencies of the Ghana government to strengthen the government’s ability to respond to modern slavery. Free the Slaves also collaborates with broader development and human rights organizations to incorporate anti-trafficking efforts into their relevant programs in Ghana. To read more about our work in Ghana, see: https://www.freetheslaves.net/ghana.
Free the Slaves’ Ghana office is hiring a Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation Officer (MLE) with strong research and MLE background to provide support to a program focused on addressing child labor, child slavery, trafficking and sexual exploitation in Ghana. This is a full time position for one year with possibility of extension. The position will be based in Greater Accra Region with occasional travels to the field. The MLE officer will support the Country Director and Country Program Manager to carry out community-based programming in partnership with Ghanaian civil society organization partners as well as collaborating with relevant government agencies and other INGO’s.
This position is a one-year contract with possibility of extension. Compensation rate commensurate with experience.
How to apply:
Please submit a motivational letter with salary requirements, a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, a resume and a list of references to email@example.com with “Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation Officer [Your Name]” in the subject line. Please indicate salary requirements. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Free the Slaves is an equal-opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status.