The Freedom Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply for the positions listed below.
Request for Proposals – Feasibility study for a vocational training and formal employment scheme for survivors of slavery in Ethiopia
Closing date: 21 January 2019
The Freedom Fund is requesting proposals to explore the feasibility of setting up a survivor training program leading to formal employment in Ethiopia. Building on the model of the GenOne Vocational Training and Employment Centres (VTEC) scheme in Australia, we are seeking to create a program that would connect women survivors of trafficking and domestic servitude with formal, long-term employment in international businesses operating in Ethiopia or Ethiopian businesses. Click here for more information.
Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
The Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Officer is an exciting role for someone looking to apply their outstanding analytical skills to tackle the issue of modern slavery. The successful candidate will support the Freedom Fund’s work to measure the impact of its investments in countries with the highest incidence of slavery and will drive the Fund’s support for research, evaluation, and knowledge-sharing across the broader anti-slavery community. Click here for more information.