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Jobs and Consultancies

The Freedom Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply for the positions listed below.


Request for Proposal: Safeguarding Consultant

Location: Nepal
Application deadline: 28 January 2022

The Freedom Fund is seeking a highly skilled safeguarding specialist or team, with experience in developing and implementing organisational safeguarding policies and reporting and response procedures. The aim of this consultancy is to build the safeguarding capacity of the Freedom Fund’s implementing partners in Nepal and support them to develop community led response mechanisms.

Program Manager, Movement Building

Location: Various
Application deadline: 31 January 2022

The Freedom Fund is seeking a passionate individual to support the development of the Movement Building portfolio and manage the delivery of the Survivor Leadership Fund (SLF) and the Employment Pathways Program. You will be the project manager for both programs and will be contributing to all aspects of these ground-breaking initiatives by managing the selection process of SLF, grant-making, monitoring and evaluation and budget management.

Program Officer, Ethiopia

Location: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Application deadline: 4 February 2022

The Freedom Fund is seeking a Program Officer with experience in managing and implementing child-centered programs with expertise in child domestic worker rights and protection. The Program Officers is responsible for setting-up the project, managing awards to local partners, monitoring partners’ work for program quality and impact, conducting site visits, reviewing results of project progress, and convening meetings and events for partners, government officials, and other stakeholders.

Request for proposal: Research services to study social norms and behaviours of perpetrators of commercial sexual exploitation of children

Application deadline: 17 February 2022

The objective of the research is to better understand the characteristics, social norms, and behaviours of male perpetrators of commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC)  in Recife, Brazil with a focus on men who directly exchanges money or material goods for sexual acts with girls who are 17 years and under. This research is part of a broader programme implemented by the Freedom Fund in Brazil which aims to strengthen civil society and state responses to CSEC using an evidence-based approach.


The Freedom Fund is committed to the importance of meaningful survivor inclusion and leadership. As such, particular consideration will be given to applicants with lived experience of trafficking and/or forms of modern slavery.

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