Opportunities | Institute for War and Peace Reporting
IWPR is seeking an editor to commission and generate English-language copy and multimedia outputs for our Caucasus programme. The post requires native English and fluency in Russian, although we will also consider candidates with native-level Russian and fluent English writing skills.
IWPR is seeking an editor to commission and generate English-language copy and multimedia outputs for our Central Asia programme. The post requires native English and fluency in Russian, although we will also consider candidates with native-level Russian and fluent English writing skills.
IWPR’s Middle East and North Africa division is seeking a consultant to coordinate the reporting process and to prepare reports and relevant supporting documentation for a range of donors. The successful candidate will communicate with IWPR field and HQ staff and deliver timely, quality donor reports. The post-holder is also expected to mentor and/or capacity build existing field programme staff.
We are seeking a Spanish speaking Project Assistant for our Mexico City office. The Project Assistant will assist the Project Team with necessary aspects of daily operation and administrative logistics.
IWPR is seeking freelance grant writers to help develop winning proposals to be submitted to a range of public and private funders. Responsibilities will include working closely with IWPR program staff during the project development phase, writing the proposal narrative, working with finance staff to develop the associated budget and budget narrative, and ensuring that proposal deadlines are met.
IWPR Talent Pool
Location: IWPR Projects Worldwide
IWPR solicits applications from professionals with significant media development and media industry experience to join its Talent Pool. We often seek Management Professionals to work as Country/ Programme Directors as well as Media Consultants or Trainers to participate in future IWPR projects.
Closing date for applicants: Not currently accepting submissions.
IWPR Intern Pool
Location: London, Washington DC
Interns have played a key role within IWPR for many years, not least in adding to the linguistic, cultural and professional diversity that makes IWPR an interesting place to work. Most interns are graduates, interested in media, the NGO world, academic research and project management, and many have gone on to work in these fields.
If you would like the opportunity to intern for IWPR in any of these capacities, please check this page for updates.
Although there are no internships available at the moment, joining the pool will mean you will be amongst the first to be contacted when internship opportunities arise. We do reveive a high number of applications, but we will constantly be reviewing the applications we receive and will contact you if anything suitable arises.