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Regional Coordinator, Anglophone West Africa (AWA)

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  • Job type:
    Full Time
  • Posted:
    1 week ago
  • Category:
    Advocacy & campaigning
  • Deadline:
    August 10, 2022

Location: The role will be based in one of the following countries: Ghana, Nigeria, Liberia or Sierra Leone. The role is only open to candidates who are from and based in one of these four countries.

Contract: Full-time, permanent, 35 hours per week

Salary and Benefits: Adjusted for location. PWYP takes a rigorous approach to salary setting and operates a remuneration scale based on global equity. Applicants for this role are encouraged to contact PWYP to find out the salary in any of the countries where the role can be located (Ghana, Nigeria, Liberia or Sierra Leone). For further details, please contact

Reports to: The Member Engagement Manager – Africa

Closing date: 10 August 2022

The Role

If you want to challenge yourself, work hard and make a real difference in the world, we might just have the role for you!

The PWYP Secretariat is looking for a proactive and creative individual with strong communication, relationship/movement building and project management skills to join our team as Regional Coordinator for Anglophone West Africa (AWA).

The AWA Regional Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that National Coalitions and member organisations in Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Leone are supported to achieve PWYP’s common goal of an open and accountable extractive sector. He/she is responsible for coordinating PWYP’s activities, outreach and engagement with National Coalitions, members and regional level donors and partners in the region, acting as the primary point of contact and conduit for information.

For further details, please follow this link to the job description.

Key Responsibilities

  • Build strong, collaborative relationships with PWYP members, partners and donors to enhance campaigning, fundraising and advocacy effectiveness
  • Ensure the effective design and implementation of regional advocacy campaigns and strategies and design and manage sub-granting initiatives to multiple countries in the sub-region
  • Design, deliver and/or facilitate coalition building techniques and approaches to further the implementation of PWYP’s Vision 2025 strategy
  • Contribute to strategic planning, information exchange and fundraising for the implementation of Vision 2025
  • Implement monitoring, evaluation and learning practices to inform strategic planning and reflection
  • Manage and/or mentor others towards high standards of performance by providing appropriate support, and using a leadership style that will drive high levels of engagement and motivation

Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience Required

  • At least 5 years of relevant professional experience  coordinating advocacy and projects with civil society organisations and groups
  • Knowledge and understanding of regional political context and stakeholders
  • Experience working with networks or coalitions
  • A strong track record of systematic project management
  • Familiarity with the global extractive industry transparency movement and with the basic structure / operations of the extractive industries in the region
  • Demonstrated track record of relationship building and influencing key stakeholders

Skills and Abilities

  • A demonstrated track record of relationship building and influencing key stakeholders
  • Excellent written and spoken English is required. Other languages (e.g. Portuguese, Spanish, Russian, French, Arabic) are an advantage.
  • Ability and willingness to work flexibly in a fast-paced environment with colleagues based around the world
  • Ability to manage complex environments across different contexts and cultures

Personal Style and Behaviour

  • Commitment to the vision, mission and values of PWYP
  • Actively encourages and feels at home in a diverse and inclusive working environment
  • A sense of humour, humility and collegiality
  • Capacity for self-reflection and a commitment to learning and growth
  • Comfortable and able to work remotely from home
  • Willingness to travel up to 20% (when restrictions permit)

About Publish What You Pay

  • Publish What You Pay (PWYP) is the world’s largest network of civil society organisations working to promote transparency, citizen participation and accountability in the oil, gas and mining sectors. We work with communities in more than 50 countries, to ensure that the revenues generated by natural resource exploitation benefit all citizens, rather than a small elite.
  • PWYP was established more than fifteen years ago and we have come a long way. From a handful of organisations in 2002, the network has grown to include more than 1,000 civil society member organisations across the world. PWYP was instrumental in the founding of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, the first global standard for good natural resource governance. Our advocacy has led to milestones in accountability, such as legislation that requires major extractive companies like BP and Total to publish what they pay to governments for their natural resources. Combined, these successes have led to billions of dollars of extractive revenues to be publicly disclosed, a level of transparency that seemed unachievable just a few years ago.
  • We are a growing, fun and dynamic team spread across seven countries and we work with some of the most courageous anti-corruption and human rights activists in the world. We offer an amazing working environment with a focus on personal development.

For more information, please visit

How to Apply

Click the apply button below to submit your application. 

You are required to provide a cover letter and CV as part of your application. Your cover letter must explain:

  • your motivation to work for PWYP
  • why you want this role
  • your relevant skills and experiences with specific reference to the requirements of the role; Advocacy & Campaigning, Movement Building, Institutional & Strategic Development, MEL and Team Leadership

Please kindly note that all applications and CV’s must be in English.

N.B. Due to the volume of applications only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. The first round of interviews are scheduled to take place via Zoom between 18th and 19th August. The final round of interviews will take place via Zoom between 5th and 9th September.

PWYP is an equal opportunities employer.