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Recruitment Associate (WORK FROM HOME)
Sprout Solutions (Computer software)
Remote (Asia Time Zone Permitted) Negotiable
JOIN THE FASTEST GROWING TECH COMPANY IN THE COUNTRY!Perks:Remote Work (Laptops will be provided)Paid trainings and certificationsPaid leaves upon hireFun and innovative culture - we love getting things done while also having fun!MAIN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY:The primary responsibility of the Recruitment Associate is the end-to-end cycle of recruitment, from sourcing, screening, interviewing, and hiring of non-technical positions or support roles. He / she should have experience in strategic sourcing, outbound recruitment, stakeholder management and employer branding.TASKS:Manage the full recruitment life cycle across a variety of open roles helping management find, hire, and retain quality talentGrow and foster high-touch relationships with a database of qualified active and passive talent to pull from as new positions open upContinuously partner with recruiting team and senior managers to design, refine, and implement innovative recruiting strategiesStay active with current with job boards, social networks, and platforms to find talent, and plan, create, and release job descriptions and announcementsWork and form relationships with internal management teams to know the ins and outs of their departments and better understand their hiring needs and job specificationsDevelop and release job postings on a platforms, such as social media and job boardsUtilize knowledge of multiple recruiting sources and execute innovative recruiting strategies to find quality candidates and prospect for new businessScreen resumes and prospects, qualify, interview, and manage candidates throughout interview process from prepping before interviews to assisting with final offer negotiationMaintain a database of candidate records, including active and passive prospects, hired and fired employees, and other candidate relationshipsFollow up on interview process status and update records in internal databasePerform other duties as assigned by the companyQualifications| COMPETENCIES:Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Human Resources Management, or any other related courseAt least 1-2 years of experience as a Recruiter (Fresh graduates are welcome!)Familiarity with Applicant Tracking Systems and resume databasesTech-savvy and familiarity with HR databases, Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS), and Candidate Management Systems (CMS)Experience with non-traditional, strategic sourcing techniquesSolid verbal and written communication skillsKnowledgeable in Canva or other tools is a big plus!Powered by JazzHRffsc15zGLp
Sprout Solutions
(Computer software)
JOIN THE FASTEST GROWING TECH COMPANY IN THE COUNTRY!Perks:Remote Work (Laptops will be provided)Paid trainings and certificationsPaid leaves upon hireFun and innovative culture - we love getting things done while also having fun!MAIN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY:The primary responsibility of the Recruitment Associate is the end-to-end cycle of recruitment, from sourcing, screening, interviewing, and hiring of non-technical positions or support roles. He / she should have experience in strategic sourcing, outbound recruitment, stakeholder management and employer branding.TASKS:Manage the full recruitment life cycle across a variety of open roles helping management find, hire, and retain quality talentGrow and foster high-touch relationships with a database of qualified active and passive talent to pull from as new positions open upContinuously partner with recruiting team and senior managers to design, refine, and implement innovative recruiting strategiesStay active with current with job boards, social networks, and platforms to find talent, and plan, create, and release job descriptions and announcementsWork and form relationships with internal management teams to know the ins and outs of their departments and better understand their hiring needs and job specificationsDevelop and release job postings on a platforms, such as social media and job boardsUtilize knowledge of multiple recruiting sources and execute innovative recruiting strategies to find quality candidates and prospect for new businessScreen resumes and prospects, qualify, interview, and manage candidates throughout interview process from prepping before interviews to assisting with final offer negotiationMaintain a database of candidate records, including active and passive prospects, hired and fired employees, and other candidate relationshipsFollow up on interview process status and update records in internal databasePerform other duties as assigned by the companyQualifications| COMPETENCIES:Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Human Resources Management, or any other related courseAt least 1-2 years of experience as a Recruiter (Fresh graduates are welcome!)Familiarity with Applicant Tracking Systems and resume databasesTech-savvy and familiarity with HR databases, Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS), and Candidate Management Systems (CMS)Experience with non-traditional, strategic sourcing techniquesSolid verbal and written communication skillsKnowledgeable in Canva or other tools is a big plus!Powered by JazzHRffsc15zGLp
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Myanmar Human Rights Associate
Fortify Rights (Human resources)
Remote (Asia Time Zone Permitted) Negotiable
Organizational OverviewFortify Rights works to ensure human rights for all. We investigate human rights violations, engage people with power, and strengthen the work of human rights defenders and affected communities. 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 OverviewThe Human Rights Associate supports the work of Fortify Rights’ Human Rights Specialists, the technical team, and other relevant team members by providing research, logistical, and administrative assistance. They work closely with the Human Rights Specialist to monitor human rights developments, assist in the production of outputs, and coordinate Fortify Rights activities. They are also responsible for facilitating timely and accurate interpretation and translation support. The Human Rights Associate received direct support from the Regional Director and is an integral member of Fortify Rights’ growing team.ResponsibilitiesContribute to the planning, organization, and coordination of Fortify Rights’ work to support human rights defenders and affected communities, investigate human rights violations, engage with people in power on solutions.Monitor human rights developments and serve as a credible, reliable source of human rights information, both internally and externally.Provide research assistance to the Human Rights Specialists and other relevant team members by identifying potential candidates for interviews and collecting evidence of violations.Assist with preparing, drafting, editing, formatting, translation, and distributing publications, such as press releases, op-eds, briefing papers, open letters, reports, multi-media productions, web content, etc.Support Fortify Rights’ 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.Develop positive and supportive relationships with human rights defenders, organizations, and affected communities. In collaboration with Fortify Rights’ Human Rights Specialists, identify key partners to work with on a sustained basis to strengthen local responses to human rights violations.In coordination with relevant team members, contribute to tailored trainings or participatory workshops, assist with research and documentation efforts, and implement other tasks to respond to the needs identified by partners.In coordination with the Operations Associate, provide logistical and administrative support for Fortify Rights activities. This may include assisting with the coordination of research trips, delegation visits, workshops and trainings, and other activities.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.QualificationsA degree in relevant fields and/or two years’ work experience.Experience working with nonprofit organizations in Southeast Asia.Familiarity with human rights issues.Strong creative-thinking, organization, problem-solving, and time management 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 and relevant country language required. Additional language skills preferred.WORKING ENVIRONMENTTo be discussed with short-listed candidates.Compensation & BenefitsFortify Rights seeks exceptional applicants and offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.How To ApplyPlease apply by emailing your resume and cover letter to [email protected] with the subject line “MYANMAR HUMAN RIGHTS ASSOCIATE.” This post will remain open until filled.EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYERFortify 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.
Fortify Rights
(Human resources)
Organizational OverviewFortify Rights works to ensure human rights for all. We investigate human rights violations, engage people with power, and strengthen the work of human rights defenders and affected communities. 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 OverviewThe Human Rights Associate supports the work of Fortify Rights’ Human Rights Specialists, the technical team, and other relevant team members by providing research, logistical, and administrative assistance. They work closely with the Human Rights Specialist to monitor human rights developments, assist in the production of outputs, and coordinate Fortify Rights activities. They are also responsible for facilitating timely and accurate interpretation and translation support. The Human Rights Associate received direct support from the Regional Director and is an integral member of Fortify Rights’ growing team.ResponsibilitiesContribute to the planning, organization, and coordination of Fortify Rights’ work to support human rights defenders and affected communities, investigate human rights violations, engage with people in power on solutions.Monitor human rights developments and serve as a credible, reliable source of human rights information, both internally and externally.Provide research assistance to the Human Rights Specialists and other relevant team members by identifying potential candidates for interviews and collecting evidence of violations.Assist with preparing, drafting, editing, formatting, translation, and distributing publications, such as press releases, op-eds, briefing papers, open letters, reports, multi-media productions, web content, etc.Support Fortify Rights’ 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.Develop positive and supportive relationships with human rights defenders, organizations, and affected communities. In collaboration with Fortify Rights’ Human Rights Specialists, identify key partners to work with on a sustained basis to strengthen local responses to human rights violations.In coordination with relevant team members, contribute to tailored trainings or participatory workshops, assist with research and documentation efforts, and implement other tasks to respond to the needs identified by partners.In coordination with the Operations Associate, provide logistical and administrative support for Fortify Rights activities. This may include assisting with the coordination of research trips, delegation visits, workshops and trainings, and other activities.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.QualificationsA degree in relevant fields and/or two years’ work experience.Experience working with nonprofit organizations in Southeast Asia.Familiarity with human rights issues.Strong creative-thinking, organization, problem-solving, and time management 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 and relevant country language required. Additional language skills preferred.WORKING ENVIRONMENTTo be discussed with short-listed candidates.Compensation & BenefitsFortify Rights seeks exceptional applicants and offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.How To ApplyPlease apply by emailing your resume and cover letter to [email protected] with the subject line “MYANMAR HUMAN RIGHTS ASSOCIATE.” This post will remain open until filled.EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYERFortify 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.
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