Deadline: 10 May 2021 Open to: candidates with 1-3 years of professional experience in relevant area Benefits: 2275,00€ per month
The International LGBTQI Youth & Student Organisation (IGLYO) is a member-based youth and student network, with over 100 members in 40 Council of Europe countries. IGLYO’s vision is a world where we, young people in all our diversity, are able to express and define our own sexual orientations, gender identities, gender expressions and variations in sex characteristics, and are able to participate fully in all aspects of life, rise to our full potential, and enjoy respect and positive recognition. IGLYO strives to ensure the voices and experiences of LGBTQI young people are present and heard by decision-makers at European and international levels, by implementing and designing research and policy work in areas such as inclusive education. To create an influential collective of young activists, IGLYO also builds the confidence, skills and experience of LGBTQI youth through cross-cultural exchange and peer learning activities.
Candidates must be eligible to work in Belgium at time of application, as IGLYO does not currently have the capacity to sponsor work visas. IGLYO particularly welcomes applications from women, trans, non-binary and intersex people, individuals from black communities, other communities of colour & ethnic minorities & who are under 30 years old.
1-3 years of professional experience in relevant advocacy, policy or research related position, preferably in a civil society organisation
Good knowledge of the EU, the Council of Europe and the UN reporting mechanisms
Proven knowledge of the international LGBTQI rights framework
Proven knowledge of European anti-discrimination laws and policies
Ability to appropriately implement data collection, taking into consideration any ethical concerns
Ability to undertake data analysis for decision making and to draw significant recommendations
Demonstrated capacity to plan and manage long-term projects with multiple partners and stakeholders
Ability to produce clear and concise reports for publication and high-quality oral presentations for a wide range of audiences
Ability to simplify and communicate complex information to various audiences, and use communication styles that are appropriate to different people and situations
Excellent spoken and written English
Excellent IT skills with extensive experience of using Microsoft Office & Google Drive
2275,00€ per month
Prime de Fin D’année – this is a 13th month salary, paid in December along with a 12 month salary, taxed slightly differently.
Double Pécule de Vacances – this is an extra month holiday pay, paid (after 1 year of work in Belgium) in May to the value of 92% of a usual work month.
7€ lunch voucher for every day worked – averaging at 150€/month
Monthly local travel subsidy – this payment depends on where you live & what form of travel you take to the office
Yearly training allowance
22 days annual leave (in addition, Belgium has 10 public holidays)