Enough is a Washington, D.C. based non-profit organization that “seeks to build leverage for peace and justice in Africa by helping to create real consequences for the perpetrators and facilitators of genocide and other mass atrocities.”
Policy Analyst, Democratic Republic of Congo and the Great Lakes Region, Enough Project
The Analyst will be responsible for researching and writing about the drivers of conflict and policy options in Congo, as well as related U.S. government, corporate, and international policy for the Enough Project’s policy reports, briefings, and advocacy efforts. This position requires three main areas of expertise: field-based knowledge about the economic, security, and political dynamics in Congo and the Great Lakes region; policy acumen, particularly regarding U.S. policy in Africa; and a demonstrated ability to write concise policy reports and briefing papers. Strong knowledge of French is required.
Director of Policy, Enough Project and The Sentry
The Director of Policy will work closely with the Founding Director to shape Enough’s policy and research agenda, as well as Enough’s strategies to effect change. This position will also work closely with the Founding Director and key staff to oversee and manage the policy and forensic investigative research work of The Sentry, a new initiative Enough is launching to counter the financing of conflict and mass atrocities in Africa. The Director of Policy also will help align policy goals with organizational goals.
Natural Resources and Conflict Policy Analyst, Enough Project
The Analyst will be responsible for policymaker outreach, research, report writing, and review surrounding the nexus of corruption and the natural resource drivers of violent conflict and atrocity crimes in the Horn, East, and Central Africa. These include the cross-border and international networks that facilitate illicit trade with diamonds, gold, ivory, wildlife, timber, charcoal, and other high-value natural resources that provide revenues for armed groups and corrupt regimes in central Africa.
Independent Mineral Chain Auditor, International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR)
The ICGLR is hiring an Independent Mineral Chain Auditor (IMCA) to act as an ombudsman for the Regional Certification Mechanism for minerals of the ICGLR, an intergovernmental organization of 12 countries in the African Great Lakes Region. The IMCA office represents a key component for the credibility of ICGLR mineral certificates, a guarantee of regional compliance with ICGLR standards, and of on-going conflict monitoring. The IMCA will play the role of “special investigator” within the minerals certification scheme, performing supply chain monitoring against the relevant ICGLR standards. To apply, email your resume/CV, references, and salary expectations, in English or French, to the Secretariat of the ICGLR at firstname.lastname@example.org and cc Taylor Kennedy, the PPA Facilitator, at email@example.com. Applications are due on Friday, August 7, 2015.
To apply to any of the Enough Project jobs, email your resume/CV and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org. See special instructions below for the ICGLR job.