sharing in governance of extractive industries
Deadline to Apply: July 20th, 2017
Position: Interim Director
Location: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Contract: 15 months, full-time, some travel required
Salary: TBD based on experience
Starting Date: September 2017
Interviews: August 14 & 15th
Publish What You Pay Canada is seeking a passionate and motivated Director to fill a maternity leave. The Interim Director will work with coalition members to plan and oversee or carry out advocacy, policy analysis and research; they will spearhead PWYP-Canada’s communications; oversee finances, and work to secure new sources of funds for the coalition. The director will work with the national and global coalition to lead the implementation of the current workplan, which prioritizes the creation of a database of the Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act (ESTMA) reports, highlevel reports analyzing payment global and domestic payment flows, and mini-case studies of individual extractive projects, alongside continued support of the Canadian campaign for beneficial ownership transparency. This is an exciting opportunity for a creative and collaborative individual.
Work with coalitions in other countries to coordinate actions, but also to support advocacy/outreach related to ESTMA data disclosed by Canadian companies. Advocacy/Campaigning:
Analyze the data disclosed under the Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act and oversee researchers/consultants to analyze data. Produce mini case studies of individual extractive sector projects.
Successful Candidates will have:
Other assets include:
About Publish What You Pay Canada
Publish What You Pay Canada is part of a global network of over 800 civil society organisations united in their call for oil, gas and mining revenues to form the basis for development and improve the lives of citizens in resource-rich countries.
We work to address the “resource curse”, a phenomenon by which countries rich in natural resources (such as oil, gas and minerals) – “resource-rich” countries – tend to have less economic growth, worse development outcomes, higher inequality and weaker institutions than countries with fewer natural resources. We do this by promoting the transparent, accountable and sustainable management of oil, gas and minerals so that they contribute to prosperity for all.
In Canada, we are focusing on the implementation of the Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act. This act is broadly aligned with legislation requiring that mining, oil and gas companies report payments in other markets, including the EU and the US.
PWYP-Canada is hosted by Partnership Africa Canada and is based out of PAC’s Ottawa office. PAC is the legal employer of all PWYP-Canada employees.
To apply Send the following information by email to Claire Woodside, email@example.com or apply through Charity Village
A cover letter explaining your interest in the position A curriculum vitae
The deadline for applications is July 20th, 2017.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. No phone calls or walk-ins please.
Last updated by Norma Garza Jul 11.