The successful candidate should be strongly committed to working for human rights and equality, and have competencies and demonstrated experience in the following areas:
- 3-5 years of relevant working experience within an international NGO - in particular membership-based organisations
- At least 3 years of exposure to making travel arrangements and/or working on-site for international events
- Understanding and experience of working in trauma-informed workplaces and event spaces.
- Ability to understand and feel comfortable with arranging logistics for marginalised travellers and travellers with special requirements
- Resilience to working in complex, challenging environments with ambiguity
- Very high attention to detail
- Ability to work under time and resource pressures
- Knowledge and experience in using CRM tools and event management software
- Strong knowledge of the rights and dignity of LGBTI persons.
- Direct experience of working in Global South contexts
- Availability for international travel related to events and training organisation
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- A team player, contributing to the work of ILGA as a whole
- Fluent English, both written and oral. Fluency in Spanish and French is also highly desirable. Other languages, especially UN languages, are an asset.
How to apply
The application for this position needs to be submitted online here: https://recruitment.ilga.org/Senior_logistics_officer
We recommend you download the application form here in Word format, prepare your application and copy/paste it into the application form.
Should there be well-founded reasons why this was not possible, you may submit the application form as well by e-mail to recruitment @ilga.org. Rename this file SURNAME_Name_SLO.docx. For instance: SMITH_John_SLO.docx before you submit it.
Should you have questions in regard to this call, please reach out to recruitment @ilga.org.
27 September 2023 - Call for candidates
27 October 2023, 1:00 pm CEST - Deadline for applications
6 November 2023 - Shortlisted candidates are invited for interviews
13– 16 November 2023 - Interviews with shortlisted candidates and skills exercise
20-24 November 2023 - Offer is made
1 December 2023 - Successful candidate takes up position (if notice period allows)
ILGA World Equal Opportunities Policy
ILGA World is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
ILGA World is committed to social justice, regardless of any individual or group characteristics, including gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, sex characteristics, race, age, disability, ability, economic status, national origin, religion, ethnicity, and historical, cultural and geographic experiences, nonetheless recognizing the unique challenges faced by individuals with each of these characteristics and by those with intersecting identities.
We offer fair treatment to all current and potential employees, interns and contractors and aim to ensure that all such individuals receive equal treatment (including access to employment, training and opportunities for promotion, as relevant) regardless of any personal attribute as listed above.
ILGA World promotes gender and equality mainstreaming and it actively promotes equality in all policies and actions. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.
Lesbian and bisexual women, intersex persons, trans and non-binary persons, and persons from the Global South are especially encouraged to apply. Only qualified candidates will be contacted.
If more than one applicant is considered to be equally qualified for the position, priority will be given to applicants coming from marginalized and/or underrepresented groups.