Content Manager

Job Title: Content Manager
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Salary: Volunteer
Contact Name: HR Team IWI
Job Published: August 25, 2019 22:40

Job Description



As a brainchild of International Women’s Initiative (IWI), and the successor to Global Legal Review, Global Policy Review has been established as a means to analyse laws and policies impacting women’s rights and pave the way for a more egalitarian society. We are a team of dedicated and passionate remotely-based volunteers, striving towards our common vision of equality and gender justice.


Our work predominantly focuses on raising awareness of women’s rights issues across the globe through policy and legal research, reports and lobbying efforts. We aim to not only educate the international community on the status of women’s rights abuse, but also to empower and support those women who wish to seek justice and accountability through governance and legal mechanisms. 




  • Working within the GPR Digital Team and closely with the IWI Digital Team , you will support the creation and publication of quality content for Global Policy Review.


  • You will understand the objectives of the organization, our target audience, and you must develop simple, easy-to-understand, user friendly, informative and engaging  content formats while employing good search engine optimization (SEO) techniques.


  • You will format articles to be aesthetically pleasing and make sure that the content is accurate, timely, high quality and are formatted to style.


  • You will be responsible for managing content on social media and develop unique ideas for web content. 




  • Minimum academic qualification: Bachelor's degree in  graphic design, digital marketing or communication and a minimum of 2-3 years experience in web related marketing, development and a deep knowledge of SEO techniques.


  • 2+ years experience in a managerial/team leader role, preferably within the NGO or charity sector. Experience in managing advocacy and/or research projects relating to women’s rights would be considered an advantage.


  • Be able to work efficiently with remotely based teams.


  • Passionate about women’s rights and gender equality.


  • Fluent in English. (A native-speaker would be considered an advantage)


  • Outstanding interpersonal skills- approachable, diplomatic and a good sense of humour.


  • Great attention to detail and ability to work within strict, often conflicting, deadlines.


  • A self-starter.


  • Fairly good knowledge of HTML, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Macromedia flash, MS- FrontPage etc or other similar software.


  • Able to provide a minimum commitment of 10 hours per week




To apply, please forward a CV (max. 3 Pages) and cover letter detailing your relevant experience, reasons for applying and availability to 


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