Latin America & Caribbean
Salary: Adjusted for location. Mexico $56,437. More locations and information are available
Candidate Level: Experienced (Non-manager)
Contract Type: Fixed-Term
Working Hours: Full Time
Sector: Conservation / Environment / Climate
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Country: Mexico
Closing date: 21/04/2024
Publish What You Pay (PWYP)
Regional Coordinator Latin America & Caribbean (LAC)
Background:

Publish What You Pay's international secretariat is looking for a highly motivated individual to join our team as Regional Coordinator, Latin American and the Caribbean. If you are an engaged advocator and relationship builder, with experience in the natural resources field and the passion to be part of a global network fighting for a just energy transition, this could be the role for you!

Description:

The Regional Coordinator LAC drives impactful change across Latin America and the Caribbean. Utilising cutting-edge research and analysis to empower communities affected by the extractive sector. Cultivating and expanding relationships with stakeholders, and supporting regional advocacy initiatives to foster movement building, including supporting membership growth and diversity. The Regional Coordinator leads consultation with members in the region to identify strategic priorities and opportunities and to develop and implement the regional work plan.

Key Responsibilities

  • Ensure the effective design and implementation of regional advocacy campaigns and communication strategies
  • Design, deliver and/or facilitate coalition-building techniques and approaches to further the implementation of PWYP’s Vision
  • Contribute to strategic planning, information exchange and fundraising for the implementation of PWYP’s Vision
  • Implement monitoring, evaluation and learning practices to inform strategic planning and reflection
  • Manage and/or mentor others towards high standards of performance by defining clear roles and responsibilities, providing appropriate support, and using a leadership style that will drive high levels of engagement and motivation
Requirements:

Knowledge and experience

  • At least 5 years of relevant professional experience  coordinating advocacy and projects with civil society organisations and groups
  • Knowledge and understanding of regional political context and stakeholders
  • Experience working with networks or coalitions
  • A strong track record of systematic project management
  • Familiarity with the global extractive industry transparency movement and with the basic structure / operations of the extractive industries in the region
  • Demonstrated track record of relationship-building and influencing key stakeholders

Skills and abilities

  • A demonstrated track record of relationship-building and influencing key stakeholders
  • Excellent written and spoken Spanish and English is required. Other languages (e.g. Portuguese) are an advantage.
  • Ability and willingness to work flexibly in a fast-paced environment with colleagues based around the world
  • Ability to manage complex environments across different contexts and cultures

Personal style and behaviour

  • Commitment to the vision, mission and values of PWYP
  • Actively encourages and feels at home in a diverse and inclusive working environment
  • A sense of humour, humility and collegiality
  • Capacity for self-reflection and a commitment to learning and growth
  • Comfortable and able to work remotely from home
  • Willingness to travel up to 20% (when required)

For further information, please refer to the job description.

 

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HOW TO APPLY:

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Kindly complete the form and submit your CV along with a letter of motivation to outline why you would be a good fit for this role, with specific reference to the requirements in the job description.

Applications for this role are to be made by midnight UK on Sunday, 21st April.

Please kindly note that all applications, including CV and cover letter must be in English. 

Contact person: Nyree Woolston
Preferred method of response: Email
Apply link: Link to Apply
Closing date: 21/04/2024