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Available Positions

  • Regional Director
  • Thailand Human Rights Specialist
  • Malaysia Human Rights Specialist
  • Gifts Associate
  • Visual Designer Associate
  • Multimedia Associate

Working Environment:

To be discussed with short-listed candidates.

Compensation & Benefits

Fortify Rights seeks exceptional applicants and offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.

Equal Opportunity Employer:

Fortify Rights is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate in its hiring practices and, in order to build the strongest possible team, actively seeks a diverse pool of applicants.

Working Environment:

To be discussed with short-listed candidates.

Compensation & Benefits

Fortify Rights seeks exceptional applicants and offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.

Equal Opportunity Employer:

Fortify Rights is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate in its hiring practices and, in order to build the strongest possible team, actively seeks a diverse pool of applicants.

Working Environment:

To be discussed with short-listed candidates.

Compensation & Benefits

Fortify Rights seeks exceptional applicants and offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.

Equal Opportunity Employer:

Fortify Rights is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate in its hiring practices and, in order to build the strongest possible team, actively seeks a diverse pool of applicants.

Working Environment:

To be discussed with short-listed candidates.

Compensation & Benefits

Fortify Rights seeks exceptional applicants and offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.

Equal Opportunity Employer:

Fortify Rights is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate in its hiring practices and, in order to build the strongest possible team, actively seeks a diverse pool of applicants.

How to Apply:

Email your resume and cover letter to: fortify.rights@fortifyrights.org with the position in the subject line.

This post will remain open until filled.

Location: Southeast Asia

Contract: 1 year, renewable

Regional Director

Organization Overview

Fortify Rights works to ensure human rights for all. We support human rights defenders and affected communities, investigate human rights violations, and engage people with power on solutions. We believe in the influence of evidence-based research, the power of strategic truth telling, and the importance of working in close collaboration with individuals, communities, and movements pushing for change. Fortify Rights is an independent, nonprofit organization based in Southeast Asia and registered in the United States and Switzerland.

Position Overview:

The Human Rights Specialist conducts independent human rights research and documentation, engages with decision-makers and relevant stakeholders, and works collaboratively with human rights defenders and affected communities to strengthen and support local initiatives. S/he leads the strategic direction of Fortify Rights’ work in Thailand and thematic issues. The Human Rights Specialist monitors human rights developments in Thailand and serves as a focal point for representing the organization and providing credible information on human rights situations. S/he develops positive working relationships with human rights defenders and affected communities and provides tailored, ongoing technical support, including trainings and workshops, to strengthen the work of partner organizations. The Human Specialist reports to the Regional Director and receives strategic direction and technical oversight from the Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer.

Responsibilities:

  • In collaboration with Fortify Rights’ technical team and leadership, develop a concrete and coherent country strategy for Thailand aimed at ensuring and defending human rights for all through independent research and documentation, multi-level stakeholder engagement, and customized technical support to human rights defenders
  • Identify and investigate priority human rights issues in Thailand through interviews, focus group discussions, site visits, document collection, secondary research, and other forms of both qualitative and quantitative evidence collection in line with best practices.
  • Analyze and document human rights violations through written material and audio/visual mediums—in collaboration with the Multimedia Specialist—for both public and private distribution. Provide sound analysis of research findings within the framework of international human rights and humanitarian law along with concrete recommendations to address specific violations.
  • Monitor human rights practices and serve as a credible, reliable source of human rights information, both internally and externally.
  • Draft and edit original written material, including internal or private memorandums, letters to governments or other stakeholders, press releases, long-form reports, submissions to the United Nations or other international bodies, op-eds, articles, and/or blogs, in a timely manner.
  • Conduct strategic advocacy with government officials, elected representatives, members of the diplomatic community, representatives of U.N. and other international agencies, representatives of non-governmental organizations, and other key decision-makers, influencers, and stakeholders with a view towards addressing human rights concerns and improving the human rights situation.
  • Represent the organization on human rights issues. Engage regularly with local and mainstream news media outlets, including online, print, television, radio, and other platforms. Respond in a timely and professional manner to requests for comments, interviews, and assistance from members of the media.
  • Develop positive and supportive relationships with human rights defenders, organizations, and affected communities. Identify key partners to work with on a sustained basis to strengthen local responses to human rights abuses.
  • Work with partners to identify objectives and develop strategies, reinforce strengths, and address weaknesses. Develop and conduct tailored trainings or participatory workshops, assist with research and documentation efforts, and implement other tasks to respond to the needs identified by partners.
  • Work closely with the Grants Associate and executive leadership to contribute to fundraising and monitoring and evaluation processes. Contribute to timely reporting through regular monitoring and reporting on project activities and support the Partnerships Manager in tracking and gathering data to evaluate the progress of projects.
  • Work closely in collaboration with the Fortify Rights team to ensure effectiveness, scale the organization’s impact, and ensure sustainability.
  • Perform other tasks as requested.

Qualifications:

  • Post-graduate degree in relevant fields or comparable work experience. At least five years of experience in human rights research, documentation, strategic advocacy, and engagement.
  • Excellent knowledge on the human rights situation in Thailand. Experience researching and analyzing complex human rights issues in Thailand. Demonstrated ability to produce high quality written material in a timely manner.
  • Solid understanding of human rights and humanitarian law, and ability to apply human rights and humanitarian law frameworks to documented situations of abuse.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to effectively communicate with a wide range of people, including survivors and witnesses of abuse, media, government and high-ranking officials, U.N. and non-governmental organization representatives, and others. Ability to represent the organization both publicly and privately, particularly on human rights issues in Thailand.
  • Excellent public-speaking skills and ability to engage local and mainstream media outlets on human rights issues.
  • Experience working collaboratively and effectively with human rights defenders and affected communities. Ability to develop and facilitate participatory trainings and workshops and provide ongoing technical support to human rights defenders and partner organizations.
  • Strong decision-making and ability to turn the organization’s priorities into impactful strategies.
  • Excellent writing, organizational, and time management skills. Ability to work independently and as part of a flexibly structured team. A willingness to learn and contribute to a positive team environment. A desire to implement innovation and creative solutions to complex problems.
  • Willingness to travel within Thailand and internationally. This may include travel to remote and potentially insecure areas.
  • Fluency in written and oral Thai and English language required.
  • Thai nationals preferred.
Thailand Human Rights Specialist

Organization Overview

Fortify Rights works to ensure human rights for all. We support human rights defenders and affected communities, investigate human rights violations, and engage people with power on solutions. We believe in the influence of evidence-based research, the power of strategic truth telling, and the importance of working in close collaboration with individuals, communities, and movements pushing for change. Fortify Rights is an independent, nonprofit organization based in Southeast Asia and registered in the United States and Switzerland.

Position Overview:

The Human Rights Specialist conducts independent human rights research and documentation, engages with decision-makers and relevant stakeholders, and works collaboratively with human rights defenders and affected communities to strengthen and support local initiatives. S/he leads the strategic direction of Fortify Rights’ work in Thailand and thematic issues. The Human Rights Specialist monitors human rights developments in Thailand and serves as a focal point for representing the organization and providing credible information on human rights situations. S/he develops positive working relationships with human rights defenders and affected communities and provides tailored, ongoing technical support, including trainings and workshops, to strengthen the work of partner organizations. The Human Specialist reports to the Regional Director and receives strategic direction and technical oversight from the Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer.

Responsibilities:

  • In collaboration with Fortify Rights’ technical team and leadership, develop a concrete and coherent country strategy for Thailand aimed at ensuring and defending human rights for all through independent research and documentation, multi-level stakeholder engagement, and customized technical support to human rights defenders
  • Identify and investigate priority human rights issues in Thailand through interviews, focus group discussions, site visits, document collection, secondary research, and other forms of both qualitative and quantitative evidence collection in line with best practices.
  • Analyze and document human rights violations through written material and audio/visual mediums—in collaboration with the Multimedia Specialist—for both public and private distribution. Provide sound analysis of research findings within the framework of international human rights and humanitarian law along with concrete recommendations to address specific violations.
  • Monitor human rights practices and serve as a credible, reliable source of human rights information, both internally and externally.
  • Draft and edit original written material, including internal or private memorandums, letters to governments or other stakeholders, press releases, long-form reports, submissions to the United Nations or other international bodies, op-eds, articles, and/or blogs, in a timely manner.
  • Conduct strategic advocacy with government officials, elected representatives, members of the diplomatic community, representatives of U.N. and other international agencies, representatives of non-governmental organizations, and other key decision-makers, influencers, and stakeholders with a view towards addressing human rights concerns and improving the human rights situation.
  • Represent the organization on human rights issues. Engage regularly with local and mainstream news media outlets, including online, print, television, radio, and other platforms. Respond in a timely and professional manner to requests for comments, interviews, and assistance from members of the media.
  • Develop positive and supportive relationships with human rights defenders, organizations, and affected communities. Identify key partners to work with on a sustained basis to strengthen local responses to human rights abuses.
  • Work with partners to identify objectives and develop strategies, reinforce strengths, and address weaknesses. Develop and conduct tailored trainings or participatory workshops, assist with research and documentation efforts, and implement other tasks to respond to the needs identified by partners.
  • Work closely with the Grants Associate and executive leadership to contribute to fundraising and monitoring and evaluation processes. Contribute to timely reporting through regular monitoring and reporting on project activities and support the Partnerships Manager in tracking and gathering data to evaluate the progress of projects.
  • Work closely in collaboration with the Fortify Rights team to ensure effectiveness, scale the organization’s impact, and ensure sustainability.
  • Perform other tasks as requested.

Qualifications:

  • Post-graduate degree in relevant fields or comparable work experience. At least five years of experience in human rights research, documentation, strategic advocacy, and engagement.
  • Excellent knowledge on the human rights situation in Thailand. Experience researching and analyzing complex human rights issues in Thailand. Demonstrated ability to produce high quality written material in a timely manner.
  • Solid understanding of human rights and humanitarian law, and ability to apply human rights and humanitarian law frameworks to documented situations of abuse.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to effectively communicate with a wide range of people, including survivors and witnesses of abuse, media, government and high-ranking officials, U.N. and non-governmental organization representatives, and others. Ability to represent the organization both publicly and privately, particularly on human rights issues in Thailand.
  • Excellent public-speaking skills and ability to engage local and mainstream media outlets on human rights issues.
  • Experience working collaboratively and effectively with human rights defenders and affected communities. Ability to develop and facilitate participatory trainings and workshops and provide ongoing technical support to human rights defenders and partner organizations.
  • Strong decision-making and ability to turn the organization’s priorities into impactful strategies.
  • Excellent writing, organizational, and time management skills. Ability to work independently and as part of a flexibly structured team. A willingness to learn and contribute to a positive team environment. A desire to implement innovation and creative solutions to complex problems.
  • Willingness to travel within Thailand and internationally. This may include travel to remote and potentially insecure areas.
  • Fluency in written and oral Thai and English language required.
  • Thai nationals preferred.
Malaysia Human Rights Specialist

Organization Overview

Fortify Rights works to ensure human rights for all. We support human rights defenders and affected communities, investigate human rights violations, and engage people with power on solutions. We believe in the influence of evidence-based research, the power of strategic truth telling, and the importance of working in close collaboration with individuals, communities, and movements pushing for change. Fortify Rights is an independent, nonprofit organization based in Southeast Asia and registered in the United States and Switzerland.

Position Overview:

The Human Rights Specialist conducts independent human rights research and documentation, engages with decision-makers and relevant stakeholders, and works collaboratively with human rights defenders and affected communities to strengthen and support local initiatives. S/he leads the strategic direction of Fortify Rights’ work in Thailand and thematic issues. The Human Rights Specialist monitors human rights developments in Thailand and serves as a focal point for representing the organization and providing credible information on human rights situations. S/he develops positive working relationships with human rights defenders and affected communities and provides tailored, ongoing technical support, including trainings and workshops, to strengthen the work of partner organizations. The Human Specialist reports to the Regional Director and receives strategic direction and technical oversight from the Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer.

Responsibilities:

  • In collaboration with Fortify Rights’ technical team and leadership, develop a concrete and coherent country strategy for Thailand aimed at ensuring and defending human rights for all through independent research and documentation, multi-level stakeholder engagement, and customized technical support to human rights defenders
  • Identify and investigate priority human rights issues in Thailand through interviews, focus group discussions, site visits, document collection, secondary research, and other forms of both qualitative and quantitative evidence collection in line with best practices.
  • Analyze and document human rights violations through written material and audio/visual mediums—in collaboration with the Multimedia Specialist—for both public and private distribution. Provide sound analysis of research findings within the framework of international human rights and humanitarian law along with concrete recommendations to address specific violations.
  • Monitor human rights practices and serve as a credible, reliable source of human rights information, both internally and externally.
  • Draft and edit original written material, including internal or private memorandums, letters to governments or other stakeholders, press releases, long-form reports, submissions to the United Nations or other international bodies, op-eds, articles, and/or blogs, in a timely manner.
  • Conduct strategic advocacy with government officials, elected representatives, members of the diplomatic community, representatives of U.N. and other international agencies, representatives of non-governmental organizations, and other key decision-makers, influencers, and stakeholders with a view towards addressing human rights concerns and improving the human rights situation.
  • Represent the organization on human rights issues. Engage regularly with local and mainstream news media outlets, including online, print, television, radio, and other platforms. Respond in a timely and professional manner to requests for comments, interviews, and assistance from members of the media.
  • Develop positive and supportive relationships with human rights defenders, organizations, and affected communities. Identify key partners to work with on a sustained basis to strengthen local responses to human rights abuses.
  • Work with partners to identify objectives and develop strategies, reinforce strengths, and address weaknesses. Develop and conduct tailored trainings or participatory workshops, assist with research and documentation efforts, and implement other tasks to respond to the needs identified by partners.
  • Work closely with the Grants Associate and executive leadership to contribute to fundraising and monitoring and evaluation processes. Contribute to timely reporting through regular monitoring and reporting on project activities and support the Partnerships Manager in tracking and gathering data to evaluate the progress of projects.
  • Work closely in collaboration with the Fortify Rights team to ensure effectiveness, scale the organization’s impact, and ensure sustainability.
  • Perform other tasks as requested.

Qualifications:

  • Post-graduate degree in relevant fields or comparable work experience. At least five years of experience in human rights research, documentation, strategic advocacy, and engagement.
  • Excellent knowledge on the human rights situation in Thailand. Experience researching and analyzing complex human rights issues in Thailand. Demonstrated ability to produce high quality written material in a timely manner.
  • Solid understanding of human rights and humanitarian law, and ability to apply human rights and humanitarian law frameworks to documented situations of abuse.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to effectively communicate with a wide range of people, including survivors and witnesses of abuse, media, government and high-ranking officials, U.N. and non-governmental organization representatives, and others. Ability to represent the organization both publicly and privately, particularly on human rights issues in Thailand.
  • Excellent public-speaking skills and ability to engage local and mainstream media outlets on human rights issues.
  • Experience working collaboratively and effectively with human rights defenders and affected communities. Ability to develop and facilitate participatory trainings and workshops and provide ongoing technical support to human rights defenders and partner organizations.
  • Strong decision-making and ability to turn the organization’s priorities into impactful strategies.
  • Excellent writing, organizational, and time management skills. Ability to work independently and as part of a flexibly structured team. A willingness to learn and contribute to a positive team environment. A desire to implement innovation and creative solutions to complex problems.
  • Willingness to travel within Thailand and internationally. This may include travel to remote and potentially insecure areas.
  • Fluency in written and oral Thai and English language required.
  • Thai nationals preferred.
Gifts Associate

ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW:

Fortify Rights works to ensure and defend human rights for all. We investigate human rights violations, engage people with power on solutions, and strengthen human rights defenders. We believe in the influence of evidence-based research, the power of strategic truth telling, and the importance of working in close collaboration with individuals, communities, and movements pushing for change. Fortify Rights is an independent, nonprofit organization registered in the United States and Switzerland.

POSITION OVERVIEW:

The Gifts Associate works closely with the Grants Associate to ensure adequate resources are available to support the activities of Fortify Rights. With support from Fortify Rights’ Grants Associate, the Communications Associate, and other relevant team members, the Gifts Associate supports engagement with private donors, the management of Fortify Rights’ gift portfolio, and the maintenance of positive communications with private donors. The Gifts Associate is responsible for identifying and developing relationships with potential new gift-makers, maintaining accurate, complete, and up-to-date information on prospective gifts, and supporting the development of fundraising activities and other engagement with private donors. The Gifts Associate is an integral member of Fortify Rights’ young and growing team with technical expertise to maximize and scale the organization’s impact.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide overall management to Fortify Rights’ gift-related activities.
  • Regularly research and identify prospective donors that align with Fortify Rights’ mandate and strategic approach. Develop and maintain accurate, complete, and up-to-date information on prospective donors. 
  • With support from the Communications Associate, executive team, and other relevant team members, lead the process of developing clear, complete, and high-quality communications to donors and prospective donors.
  • Develop draft narrative concept notes, compile and prepare necessary supporting documentation, and coordinate with relevant team members to finalize materials for private donors.
  • With support from the executive team and relevant team members, lead the process of developing clear, complete, and high-quality periodic reports and/or communications on project activities, impacts, and challenges. Develop draft report narratives, compile and prepare necessary supporting documentation, and coordinate with relevant team members to finalize report packages.
  • Lead the coordination of events, activities aimed at developing relationships with private donors.
  • In coordination with the executive team, liaise with and serve as a communication focal point for prospective and current private donors to Fortify Rights. Support the executive team’s engagement with private donors.
  • Develop a sound understanding of Fortify Rights’ work and projects to be able to professionally represent the organization to donors and other external actors. 
  • Work closely in collaboration with the Fortify Rights team to constructively build the organization, support its expansion, and ensure its sustainability.
  • Perform other tasks as requested.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A degree in relevant fields and/or at least two years of work experience in individual fundraising.  
  • Experience working with nonprofit organizations in Asia.
  • Familiarity with human rights issues, preferably within the context of Asia.
  • Excellent writing, organization, and time management skills. Strong attention to details and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to self-manage and work efficiently in a fast-paced but flexible environment.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, cross-cultural communication, and experience in a multi -ethnic team.
  • Sound judgment and ability to take initiative.
  • Willingness to travel.  
  • Fluency in written and verbal English required. Additional language skills preferred.
  • Applicants from Southeast Asia preferred.
Visual Designer Associate

Organization Overview

Fortify Rights works to ensure human rights for all. We support human rights defenders and affected communities, investigate human rights violations, and engage people with power on solutions. We believe in the influence of evidence-based research, the power of strategic truth telling, and the importance of working in close collaboration with individuals, communities, and movements pushing for change. Fortify Rights is an independent, nonprofit organization based in Southeast Asia and registered in the United States and Switzerland.

Position Overview:

The Human Rights Specialist conducts independent human rights research and documentation, engages with decision-makers and relevant stakeholders, and works collaboratively with human rights defenders and affected communities to strengthen and support local initiatives. S/he leads the strategic direction of Fortify Rights’ work in Thailand and thematic issues. The Human Rights Specialist monitors human rights developments in Thailand and serves as a focal point for representing the organization and providing credible information on human rights situations. S/he develops positive working relationships with human rights defenders and affected communities and provides tailored, ongoing technical support, including trainings and workshops, to strengthen the work of partner organizations. The Human Specialist reports to the Regional Director and receives strategic direction and technical oversight from the Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer.

Responsibilities:

  • In collaboration with Fortify Rights’ technical team and leadership, develop a concrete and coherent country strategy for Thailand aimed at ensuring and defending human rights for all through independent research and documentation, multi-level stakeholder engagement, and customized technical support to human rights defenders
  • Identify and investigate priority human rights issues in Thailand through interviews, focus group discussions, site visits, document collection, secondary research, and other forms of both qualitative and quantitative evidence collection in line with best practices.
  • Analyze and document human rights violations through written material and audio/visual mediums—in collaboration with the Multimedia Specialist—for both public and private distribution. Provide sound analysis of research findings within the framework of international human rights and humanitarian law along with concrete recommendations to address specific violations.
  • Monitor human rights practices and serve as a credible, reliable source of human rights information, both internally and externally.
  • Draft and edit original written material, including internal or private memorandums, letters to governments or other stakeholders, press releases, long-form reports, submissions to the United Nations or other international bodies, op-eds, articles, and/or blogs, in a timely manner.
  • Conduct strategic advocacy with government officials, elected representatives, members of the diplomatic community, representatives of U.N. and other international agencies, representatives of non-governmental organizations, and other key decision-makers, influencers, and stakeholders with a view towards addressing human rights concerns and improving the human rights situation.
  • Represent the organization on human rights issues. Engage regularly with local and mainstream news media outlets, including online, print, television, radio, and other platforms. Respond in a timely and professional manner to requests for comments, interviews, and assistance from members of the media.
  • Develop positive and supportive relationships with human rights defenders, organizations, and affected communities. Identify key partners to work with on a sustained basis to strengthen local responses to human rights abuses.
  • Work with partners to identify objectives and develop strategies, reinforce strengths, and address weaknesses. Develop and conduct tailored trainings or participatory workshops, assist with research and documentation efforts, and implement other tasks to respond to the needs identified by partners.
  • Work closely with the Grants Associate and executive leadership to contribute to fundraising and monitoring and evaluation processes. Contribute to timely reporting through regular monitoring and reporting on project activities and support the Partnerships Manager in tracking and gathering data to evaluate the progress of projects.
  • Work closely in collaboration with the Fortify Rights team to ensure effectiveness, scale the organization’s impact, and ensure sustainability.
  • Perform other tasks as requested.

Qualifications:

  • Post-graduate degree in relevant fields or comparable work experience. At least five years of experience in human rights research, documentation, strategic advocacy, and engagement.
  • Excellent knowledge on the human rights situation in Thailand. Experience researching and analyzing complex human rights issues in Thailand. Demonstrated ability to produce high quality written material in a timely manner.
  • Solid understanding of human rights and humanitarian law, and ability to apply human rights and humanitarian law frameworks to documented situations of abuse.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to effectively communicate with a wide range of people, including survivors and witnesses of abuse, media, government and high-ranking officials, U.N. and non-governmental organization representatives, and others. Ability to represent the organization both publicly and privately, particularly on human rights issues in Thailand.
  • Excellent public-speaking skills and ability to engage local and mainstream media outlets on human rights issues.
  • Experience working collaboratively and effectively with human rights defenders and affected communities. Ability to develop and facilitate participatory trainings and workshops and provide ongoing technical support to human rights defenders and partner organizations.
  • Strong decision-making and ability to turn the organization’s priorities into impactful strategies.
  • Excellent writing, organizational, and time management skills. Ability to work independently and as part of a flexibly structured team. A willingness to learn and contribute to a positive team environment. A desire to implement innovation and creative solutions to complex problems.
  • Willingness to travel within Thailand and internationally. This may include travel to remote and potentially insecure areas.
  • Fluency in written and oral Thai and English language required.
  • Thai nationals preferred.
Multimedia Associate

ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW:

Fortify Rights works to ensure and defend human rights for all. We investigate human rights violations, engage people with power on solutions, and strengthen human rights defenders. We believe in the influence of evidence-based research, the power of strategic truth telling, and the importance of working in close collaboration with individuals, communities, and movements pushing for change. Fortify Rights is an independent, nonprofit organization registered in the United States and Switzerland.

POSITION OVERVIEW:

The Multimedia Associate supports the Fortify Rights Multimedia Specialist in producing high-impact films and other multimedia content for publication. The Multimedia Associate works closely with Fortify Rights’ team members and partners to advance the development of films, photography projects, audio productions, and other mediums. They also support the Multimedia Specialist in expanding the abilities of human rights defenders and affected communities to use multimedia for the promotion and protection of human rights by facilitating tailored workshops, participatory trainings, and through other means. The Multimedia Associate receives strategic direction and technical oversight from the Multimedia Specialist.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • In collaboration with the Multimedia Specialist, support the production, filming, and editing of high-impact human rights films, photo exhibitions, audio productions, and other media content for distribution online and via other platforms.
  • Support the analysis and documentation of human rights violations through multimedia presentations for both public and private distribution. Develop scripts, storyboards, photo captions, and other narrative guides that provide a sound analysis of research findings within the framework of international human rights and humanitarian law along with concrete recommendations to address specific violations
  • Prepare in a timely and professional manner materials for external requests for multimedia, including film footage and photographs, and prepare multimedia packages for the news media comprising photographs, film footage, and other materials in advance of events by Fortify Rights and its partners.
  • In coordination with Fortify Rights’ country-based teams, contribute to tailored workshops and participatory trainings for Fortify Rights’ partners including human rights defenders and affected communities, on effective communications’ strategies and technical tools.
  • Facilitate the timely and accurate translation of written documents including interview transcripts, publications, research material, etc. Facilitate necessary interpretation to support Fortify Rights’ activities.
  • Work closely with Fortify Rights’ development team to contribute to fundraising and monitoring and evaluation processes. Contribute to timely reporting through regular monitoring and reporting on project activities and support the development team in tracking and gathering data to evaluate the progress of projects.
  • Work closely in collaboration with the Fortify Rights team to ensure effectiveness, scale the organization’s impact, and ensure sustainability.
  • Perform other tasks as requested.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A degree in relevant fields or comparable work experience.
  • Experience producing high-quality and creative multimedia projects—including film, photography, and audio production—preferably in the field of human rights or journalism.
  • Experience working with Adobe Creative Suite.
  • Experience in all relevant aspects of multimedia work, including script development, video editing, photography, sound recording, motion graphics and animated text
  • Experience in international human rights research, documentation, strategic advocacy, working with and providing support to human rights defenders, including at a community-level is preferred.
  • Experience working with nonprofit organizations in Southeast Asia.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Strong creative-thinking, organization, problem-solving, and time management skills.
  • Ability to self-manage and work efficiently in a fast-paced but flexible environment.
  • A willingness to learn and contribute to a positive team environment.
  • Familiarity with human rights issues, preferably within the context of Southeast Asia;
  • Willingness to travel within Southeast Asia.
  • Fluency in written and verbal English required. Additional language skills preferred.

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