We need to expand our team of consultant trainers in response to increased demand for online trainings on staff wellbeing. Working with clients of all sizes, from small human rights groups to global humanitarian agencies, our trainers take staff through a series of online trainings. You should be familiar with Psychological First Aid, comfortable designing and delivering online programmes, and ideally be a member of a relevant mental health accrediting body.
It is essential that our new advisory board is representative of the people that most need our support. Furthermore, we believe that when we join forces in our diversity, we can overcome the 'staleness' so often associated with boards, and instead spark creativity, excitement and momentum. So if you are an exceptional, senior leader from the human rights sector in the global south, we would love to hear from you!
Following a major core grant, we are embarking on an exciting period of expansion and institutional development. We are recruiting for a number of voluntary positions to join our advisory board. Whether you are an experienced board member or wanting to take your first step at board level, we want to hear from you.
Open Briefing wishes to recruit an interim fundraising manager for an immediate start. Reporting to the executive director, the consultant will be responsible for developing, managing and implementing a new fundraising programme. This will include developing income for core, programmes and projects from trusts and foundations and statutory funding as well as other sources, such as high-net-worth individuals, corporate sponsorship and crowdfunding.
Due to an increase in the number of enquiries Open Briefing is receiving about cyber security from human rights organisations and other NGOs, we urgently need to recruit highly-experienced cyber security consultants to help organisations ensure the secure storage and transfer of sensitive digital information and secure communications.
Due to an increase in the number of enquiries Open Briefing is receiving about safety and security from human rights organisations and other NGOs, we urgently need to recruit three highly-experienced security risk management consultants to help organisations develop effective security management systems and risk assessment procedures to ensure the safety of staff in the field.