Explore Career Options with WFA

WFA provides a dynamic and diverse work environment, with ample opportunities to work with and learn from women’s human rights activists and women’s networks, both regionally and globally. If you are passionate about women’s human rights, keep watching this space for opportunities to work with WFA.

Programme Officer - Grants Management

Women's Fund Asia is looking for a Programme Officer - Grants Management, who will be responsible for the entire regional grant-making and its supporting activities. This includes  implementing and managing the existing grant‐making portfolio of the organisation in a manner that aligns the regional issues (rooted in national and local experiences) with the organisation’s mission, vision and strategy, as well as  Develop and lead the grants management strategy in a manner that ensures transparency and accountability as well as strengthens women’s rights organisations to undertake their work in a sustainable manner.

We encourage women and trans* persons to apply for the position. The person should be based out of any one of the following countries: Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia, Philippines, Indonesia. Interested candidates may please apply on or before 31st July 2018 to info@wf-asia.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and shortlisted candidates will be contacted by 10th August 2018. Please go through the TOR and requirements before applying.

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Programme Officer - ML&E

Women's Fund Asia is looking for a Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation Programme Officer, who will work as part of the programme team, and will be responsible for coordinating and supporting the monitoring and evaluation, research, and learning of the Programmes Team at WFA. This includes supporting the team to track progress of the organisation against its Theory of Change; review programmes against outcome indicators; assess, propose and implement improvements to our procedures and policies to facilitate learning by us as well as by our grantee-partners; and collect and share both qualitative and quantitative evidence from the Programmes Team to demonstrate our progress and impact to our various stakeholders.

We encourage women and trans* persons to apply for the position. The person should be based out of any one of the following countries: Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia, Philippines, Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka and Nepal. Interested candidates may please apply on or before 20th July 2018 to info@wf-asia.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and shortlisted candidates will be intimated by 1st August 2018. Please go through the TOR and requirements before applying.

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