The European Freedom Network is looking for new (co)-directors to lead this growing Christian network on human trafficking and exploitation into its next chapter.
About the role
The board is looking for ideally 2 visionary leaders with a passion for seeing the power of a Christian network harnessed to contribute substantially to the fight against human trafficking and commercial exploitation and who can commit a minimum of 3 years and 2 days per week to help EFN move forward into the next stage of its development.
Following a consultation with EFN members, the board especially wants our new co-directors:
- to inspire, support and mobilise EFN members to connect, collaborate and work collectively to strengthen their individual and joint work.
- to lead EFN’s members into collaborating strategically to harness the difference that a network of 250+ organisations and nearly 500 individual partners can uniquely make.
- to pay particular attention to building up EFN’s capacity to help the wider Church play its role in fighting exploitation
- to strengthen EFN’s joint Voice into society and political structures,
- and to ensure the good running of the network
Success in this role will be seen through creating a faith-filled and sustainable vision with the board, for the next phase of EFN, and then inspiring and delivering that vision with partners, funders and, most of all, with EFN members.
A full position description is available here.
Please check the website to learn more about EFN’s vision, values, focus areas and statement of faith.
Interested applicants should send a curriculum vitae of up to 2 pages to email@example.com, along with a vision document explaining how they would wish to develop and lead EFN along the lines laid out by the board.
Deadline for applications is 15 November.
Interviews will take place in November. Successful candidates will also be asked to make a short trip (expenses paid) to Lisbon to meet other successful candidates before final decisions are made.
The start date for successful applicants is to be agreed but the aim is for handover conversations to take place in December.