Website Religions for Peace
Headquartered in New York and accredited to the United Nations, Religions for Peace works through more than 90 regional and national inter-religious councils and groups, global networks of religious youth and women of faith, and a World Council of senior religious leaders to advance common action for peace by working to advance multi-religious consensus on positive aspects of peace as well as concrete actions to stop war, help eliminate extreme poverty and protect the earth.
In RfP, you will work with dedicated colleagues in a diverse and inclusive environment.
Candidates with the background and ability to contribute in meaningful ways to Religions for Peace’s mission are encouraged to submit an application.
|INTERFAITH RAINFOREST INITIATIVE (IRI) PROJECT MANAGER
TERMS OF REFERENCE (TOR)
The Interfaith Rainforest Initiative (IRI) is an international, multi-faith alliance that aims to bring moral urgency and faith-based leadership to global efforts to end tropical deforestation. It is a platform for religious leaders to work hand-in-hand with indigenous peoples, governments, civil society and businesses on actions that protect rainforests and safeguard those that serve as their guardians. Partners to the initiative include GreenFaith, the Norwegian International Climate and Forest Initiative, Rainforest Foundation Norway, Parliament of the World’s Religions, Religions for Peace, World Council of Churches and the Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology, with coordination by UN Environment.
Religions for Peace is recruiting a Project Manager to be responsible for the implementation of IRI country programs and, as needed, contribute to global advocacy and campaign work. Sitting in the office of Religions for Peace International in New York, the IRI Project Manager will be responsible for managing and ensuring overall program implementation, leading day-to-day engagement with country staff, supporting country programs to ensure national priorities meet the initiative’s global objectives, and coordinating with key partners to advance IRI’s mission. The position will work in close collaboration with counterparts at UN Environment.
HOW TO APPLY
Please send cover letter (Please cite PCDN as the source of the posting in your application)
Only suitable candidates will be contacted.