Posted on :
25 Jul, 2019
25 Jul, 2019
SPII is an independent research think tank which focuses on generating new knowledge, information and analysis in the field of poverty and inequality studies.
Through facilitating collaborative partnerships with and between institutions of democracy academia and civil society organisations, the organisation will be able to develop innovative and promoting sustainable development. It will work to support the development of a tradition of effective public participation in policy making and implementation.
Job Title: Organiser as a consultant
Location: South Africa
The Budget Justice Coalition (the BJC) is a loose coalition of social justice not for profit organisations in South Africa, the purpose of the coalition is to be united in their common work to promote budget transparency at all three spheres of government and to advance the progressive realisation of the socio-economic rights contained in the Constitution and binding international treaties. The BJC is a feminist Coalition.
Anything else that may be required by the SC from time to time in consultation with the Consultant.
The Consultant can work anywhere and must be able to travel to Cape Town or, Johannesburg when required to for BJC-related engagements. The Consultant will be expected to work 8 days per month, or the hourly equivalent thereof. Accumulation of days will be necessary to optimise planning for and support during the October MTBPS and February Budget sessions.
Consultancy fees would be R 10 000 per month, allocated as set out below.
The position will be available from 12 August 2019 (or as soon as possible thereafter) to 30 May 2020.
Day to day management of the Consultant will be done by the Steering Committee. Administration of the contractual matters will be undertaken by Studies in Poverty and Inequality Institute.
Please submit a short CV, and a covering letter to [email protected] setting out why you would be suited to the job, and three contactable referees (phone number and email address).
Application Deadline: Tuesday 30 July