Open Briefing is seeking a consultant for a large project for a high-profile NGO client. The focus in the first stage will be to review the client's current duty of care provision in relation to digital and information security to specific stakeholders. The assessment will also be conducted through the lenses of organisational values, ethical principles, diversity, equity and inclusion, and power and privilege. You will report into Open Briefing’s project lead as part of a five-person multidisciplinary project team.
Due to a significant increase in demand for our unique support, Open Briefing is looking to double the size of its safety and security team. We welcome applications from exceptional established consultants with a range of backgrounds, experiences, and profiles, and from anywhere in the world.
Due to increased demand for our unique support, Open Briefing needs to expand its team of digital and information security consultants and trainers. Do you have a deep understanding of information-first and risk-based approaches to information security or a strong digital security background and an openness to new approaches? Do you have experience providing bespoke advice and training to human rights defenders and other civic actors at-risk? Then you may be who we are looking for!
The real Living Wage is based on the cost of living and is voluntarily paid by Open Briefing because a hard day's work deserves a fair day's pay. We are a responsible employer, and the Living Wage is part of our core values.
In response to the significant and rapidly growing demand for our support against a challenging funding landscape, we are urgently seeking an experienced consultant fundraiser or consultancy for 5 days a month to build on our successes in trust and foundation fundraising and develop and launch a new major donor programme.
As Open Briefing rapidly expands the scope and scale of its work, we are seeking to recruit additional advisers to provide strategic advice and support to the CEO and senior management team.
Open Briefing is seeking expressions of interest from fundraising consultants interested in establishing our new major donor programme. The contract will be for two days a month for an initial six months from July 2021 onwards, with the possibility of renewal by mutual agreement. There may also be a further three days a month for those consultants interested in supporting our foundation fundraising.
Due to the increased demand for our support from rights-based civil society organisations, collectives, and defenders, Open Briefing needs to expand its consultant team of psychologists and counsellors. You will be providing remote counselling and psychosocial support and training to humanitarians and human rights defenders and other civic actors at-risk. You must have excellent written and spoken English and French. Please contact us for more information.