The successful candidate will play a major role in Eurodad’s exciting work to make public development finance contribute to sustainable development objectives and the fulfilment of human rights. This means leading Eurodad’s cutting-edge thinking on how providers of development finance address development needs and finance a just and fair transition without imposing harmful economic policy conditions. Currently this role includes coordinating policy research and analysis, and building andmaintaining strong coalitions for change to hold International Finance Institutions (IFI’s) accountable.
This position requires policy-analysis, research and strong interpersonal communication skills. The successful candidate will be self-motivated with the ability to autonomously plan, organise and implement projects. He/she will have experience in working with advocacy-focussed civil society groups or similar organisations and have a good working knowledge of IFIs. Fluency in written and spoken English is essential.