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DEADLINE: DEC 15, 2022


Stichting New Women Connectors is looking for a part-time Finance Administrator for the overall financial management of projects.


About NWC:

Established in March 2019 as a non-profit organization led by migrant and refugee women. It is working towards creating systemic changes in policy and practice that ensure communities from migration backgrounds, especially women, can fully exercise their rights to protection, services and self-sufficiency. Our vision is that inclusive and fair policies for migrants can only be realized if those migrants themselves have a voice and have the ambition, capacity and opportunity to influence the policy-making process.


Leading principles are Intersectional Feminism, Anti-Racism, Human Rights, Democratic Governance and Migration.


Our scope of work is Awareness raising, Empowerment and advocacy, Training and Bridging gaps.


We are looking for

A Finance Administrator whose responsibilities include maintaining records for all transactions, preparing monthly and quarterly financial reports and processing reimbursements. If you have a background in finance and knowledge of bookkeeping activities, we’d like to meet you!


Qualifications, skills and competencies:
  • Proven work experience as a Finance Administrator, Finance Assistant or similar role

  • Hands-on experience with accounting software, like QuickBooks, and Excel

  • Good understanding of bookkeeping procedures/budgeting

  • Based in Netherlands and good understanding of Dutch financial systems

  • Is experienced in compiling an annual report in accordance with Dutch accounting standards

  • Fluency in English and Dutch is a must

What we offer:

Salary will be according to experience and Dutch labour market

NWC is a feminist organization with multinational migrant and refugee women who believe in the talents and potential of other women. The team is very independent working remotely but has amazing relationships and the successful candidate will feel right at home.


NWC is committed to feminist leadership, inclusion and equal opportunity.


How to apply:

Please send a CV to info@newwomenconnectors.com and a cover letter (in the email is fine) with the title: Finance Administrator Applicant, introducing why you would like to be a part of the organization and how this would add to your personal development

DEADLINE: DEC 15, 2022


About NWC:

Established in March 2019 as a non-profit organization led by migrant and refugee women. It is working towards creating systemic changes in policy and practice that ensure communities from migration backgrounds, especially women, can fully exercise their rights to protection, services and self-sufficiency. Our vision is that inclusive and fair policies for migrants can only be realized if those migrants themselves have a voice and have the ambition, capacity and opportunity to influence the policy-making process.

Leading principles are Intersectional Feminism, Anti-Racism, Human Rights, Democratic Governance and Migration.

Our scope of work is Awareness raising, Empowerment and advocacy, Training and Bridging gaps.


We are looking for

A highly committed, pro-active colleague with a strong sense of responsibility and initiative, who is a great team player and problem solver. The successful candidate will have excellent communication, drafting, and interpersonal skills. You will manage the coordination of the tasks and different projects and also be responsible for external communication and digital marketing.


You can be anywhere in Europe to apply, as long as you can work remotely with efficiency and responsibility.



Key responsibilities:

• Providing support with filing documents and keeping electronic folders updated

• Updating and maintaining contact databases (e.g., CRM database)

• Drafting different documents (small notes, meeting minutes, etc.) and providing support in fulfilling legal and statutory requirements

• Assisting in the organization of meetings, conferences, and visits

• Creating social media posts as coverage for our events and projects

• Supporting the team to maintain the website up to date and sending out regular newsletters and updates

• Creating and/or updating presentations and ensuring that the brand guidelines are respected

• Assisting the Managing Director in performing other related admin tasks (e.g., finance, accounting, and HR) • Support Internal communication processes and community and volunteer engagement and keeping the team informed about upcoming events and projects.


Qualifications, skills and competencies:

• 1 - 2 years in a similar administrative/operational position

• Proficiency in English. Working knowledge of Dutch would be advantageous.

• Very good computer skills (Slack, Trello, GDrive, Email, Canva etc)

• Able to use social media platforms

• Good communicator with strong organization skills and attention to detail

• A creative problem solver with and ability to create solutions with little resources


What we offer:

Salary is to be offered based on the level of experience and geographical location in Europe.


NWC is a feminist organization with multinational migrant and refugee women who believe in the talents and potential of other women. The team is very independent working remotely but has amazing relationships and the successful candidate will feel right at home. Flexible working hours as long as the job gets done well.

We will offer all and any training needed to fulfill the tasks required and we always grow as the organization grows.


NWC is committed to feminist leadership, inclusion and equal opportunity.


How to apply:

Please send a CV to info@newwomenconnectors.com and a cover letter (in the email is fine) with the title: Communication Coordination Applicant, introducing why you would like to be a part of the organization and how this would add to your personal development


GERIS and New Women Connectors, Microproject policy report



The aim of this event was to explore gender equality in different faith communities because there are many faith communities, including migrants, that are finding themselves in a shift of time. New Women Connectors collaborated together with GERIS, MamaCash and OsunRise to create an event raising awareness about female faith community leaders. These are all things we need to change in our society and, in order for changes to happen, we have to make the challenges visible and prepare a safe path showcasing role models for new ways of living authentically.

Key Recommendations:

- A coordinated and urgent action is needed to develop awareness programs and training for public policymakers and public office holders to bring structural and institutional reforms rather than surface changes.

- These efforts can be synergized through a collaborative approach to create more collaborative initiatives at the civil society level creating more spaces for dialogue and interaction within migrant communities and with policy-making forums.

- Continuing to challenge the change in the current situation and culture of patriarchy and bring equality for women and men with more concrete policies over the next five years in the practical sides of coexisting within the faith communities.

- Promote the diversity and strength within female leadership and the room for growth as role models for younger generations.


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