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Project Manager Vacancy
INHOPE is the global network combatting online Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM). The network consists of 50 hotlines in 46 countries that provide the public with a way to anonymously report illegal content online with a focus on CSAM. The mission of INHOPE is to support the network of hotlines in combatting online Child Sexual Abuse Material. INHOPE hotlines are committed to our vision of removing CSAM as rapidly as possible. We are a motivated and committed team and if you want to make a difference, come and talk to us. INHOPE’s headquarters are located in Amsterdam.
INHOPE’s Project Manager Global Standard is the person responsible for the implementation of the Global Standard Project. They will coordinate the project’s activities and project staff. The Manager will be the main contact point for key project stakeholders and the project’s donor: the End Violence Against Children Fund. The Global Standard Project Manager is a natural leader who knows how to make people enthusiastic to reach a common goal together. They have excellent coordination skills, and they are a critical thinker.
- Project Management of a multi-partner, multi-stakeholder project
- Coordinate stakeholder engagement and stakeholders’ ownership of project’s results
- Strategize and position the project within the online child protection sector
- Communicate the project’s value to INHOPE’s member hotlines, Law Enforcement Agencies, industry partners and governmental bodies
- Coordinate the synergy of the Global Standard Project with other INHOPE projects
- Monitoring & Evaluation: Coordination of project delivery, monitoring of progress and evaluation of impact
- Reporting: Creating progress reports and preparing presentations for donors, partners and the INHOPE Board.
- Monitoring of expenditure and work with colleagues on ensuring project implementation is in line with planned budget.
Note: exposure to child sexual abuse material (CSAM) is not a planned part of this role. INHOPE has a mandatory staff welfare policy governing this area.
- Minimum of five years of experience in a similar role.
- Bachelor's degree in a relevant field.
- Experience in the online child protection sector.
- Fluent English speaker, other languages are preferred.
- Experience with project management and/or implementation in the NGO sector.
- Experience with maintaining partner and donor relationships in the NGO sector.
- Strong team player, flexible, and able to involve key parties quickly and effectively.
- Responsible and self-reliant.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Experience with giving presentations in front of large audiences.
- Time management: multiple deadlines for multiple disciplines will overlap.
- Experience within a Law Enforcement Agency, preferably cybercrime,
- Experience at an internet hotline, preferably as an analyst,
- Experience at a Trust & Safety department of an internet company,
- Experience with management of technology development projects,
- Knowledge and understanding of trust and safety in the digital world.
- A flexible, inspiring work environment that values teamwork, collaboration, learning and innovation.
- Remote working, if preferred.
- Friendly and respectful organisational culture.
- Opportunity to work on an important cause.
- Opportunity to develop skillsets.
- Training and coaching budget available.
- Travel: INHOPE is an international organisation – thus travel will be part of this role, which at certain periods of the year may be 25% of the time.
- Additional benefits: INHOPE offers 25 days leave per year, a pension contribution of 6.5% and 8% holiday pay.
- Language: The business language of INHOPE is English.
Applicants are preferably based in the Netherlands and are either EU citizens or residents that hold a valid work permit. We are obliged to recruit first within the Netherlands, the rest of the EU, the European Economic Area and Switzerland, and then the rest of the world. INHOPE can apply for work permits for applicants that need one.
How to apply and what to expect in our recruitment process
Let's do great things together! Apply by 18 November 2022 by clicking here. If you have any questions email firstname.lastname@example.org. Upon a review of your application and a potential match with our position, we will invite you to a series of online interviews.
Reporting to: Chief Operations Officer
Hours: Full time – 37,5 hrs/week
Contract: This will be an initial contract of 12 months.
Start date: as soon as possible
Salary range: 50,000 – 55,000 € annual gross salary
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Do you enjoy coordinating information between multiple parties and different sectors and have excellent negotiation skills?