Employment Opportunity - Consortium Coordinator (Robert Carr Fund)
The International Network of People who use Drugs (INPUD) is seeking a committed team member to join the INPUD Secretariat to coordinate our work under the Robert Carr Fund programme.
The role involves coordinating the Robert Carr Fund Consortium of Networks of People who Use Drugs, which brings together global and regional networks of people who use drugs, namely the International and Asian networks, INPUD and ANPUD, who have a long history of collaborative partnership, as well as the Eurasian Network of People who use Drugs (ENPUD), the African Network of People who use Drugs (AfricaNPUD) and the South African Network of People who use Drugs (SANPUD). The coordinator’s work will involve the realisation of the project’s focus on strengthening the institutional, advocacy and influencing capacity of networks in this consortium, as well as ensuring the smooth functioning of the Consortium as a whole. The role also involves external representation of the organisation and/or delegate as appropriate.
The Consortium Coordinator will work closely with the Executive Director in realising the scope and purpose of the role, as well as provide strategic advice to the Executive Director. The candidate should be highly self- motivated, possess critical and analytical skills and be highly aware of the global situation regarding people who use drugs. The person should also be able to demonstrate a commitment to the core aims and values of INPUD and be able to positively influence team dynamics.
People with lived experience are strongly encouraged to apply.
Deadline for applications: Midnight on 10th of May, 2019
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