ECPAT International Job Vacancy: Executive Director - Bangkok, Thailand

You can make a real difference in the lives of children, join us.

Recognised worldwide as a leading actor in the fight against sexual exploitation of children, ECPAT has evolved from a grassroots movement to 122-member strong network of civil society organizations across 104 countries, working at all levels with one common goal: to end the sexual exploitation of children around the world.

Together with its members and partners, ECPAT coordinates evidence-based advocacy at all levels to strengthen national justice and protection systems and increase investment in the fight against sexual exploitation of children. This includes cutting-edge research to build the collective understanding of what it will take to end the sexual exploitation of children.

We are now seeking an exceptional individual to lead our global movement. Bringing experience of working internationally and advocating at the highest levels, our next Executive Director will bring the humility, cultural nous, and emotional intelligence required to lead the Secretariat and draw together and leverage ECPAT’s dynamic and innovative membership in the fight to eliminate the sexual exploitation of children.

Reporting to the Board, the Executive Director will provide senior leadership for the development, oversight and execution of a diversified and comprehensive development plan for advocacy, public education, organizational development, fundraising, and programme development that is aligned with the organization’s next strategic framework and mission.

An authentic and ambitious leader, the Executive Director will bring the influence and credibility in the field of Child Rights to represent the organization externally, acting as a spokesperson and ambassador for the movement and demonstrating deeply held values which align with the vision and values of the organization and its members.

To apply, please submit a CV and covering letter, detailing how you fulfil the role description and personal specification quoting reference 5196. The deadline for applications is 9am BST Monday 5th July 2021.