IWI’s Human Resources Team has both corporate and operational responsibilities covering the development and maintenance of employment policies, procedures and systems and the provision for a range of services to managers and individual members of staff. These services include recruitment, contract formation, remuneration, staff wellbeing and staff development.
The Team management
Sana Khan has over 12 years of experience in the International Humanitarian Development Sector. She earned her Master degrees in Business Administration from Quaid e Azam University in Islamabad Pakistan and Masters degree in Political Science, with a concentration on various international professional courses, trainings and diplomas on human resource management, administration, labour laws and to work in emergencies. Throughout her career, Ms Khan has worked in various challenging contexts and countries, with insecure and under developed context; building HR strategies and implementation approaches in emergencies and regular projects. Sana’s interest in women’s rights is that men in dominating societies have yet to be respectful of the contributions made by women. She joined IWI to ensure correct human resource procedures and protocols are in place, to benefit staff and to enable IWI to further protect women’s human rights and raise awareness worldwide.
Over the past seven years, Jamiey has worked in a variety of cooperative, collective and volunteer-based organisations, with most of his work focused on community building and concrete social justice work. He also has a lot of experience in team building, training and coaching volunteers, as well as developing systems of collective accountability. His interest in women's rights stems from his academic projects which have focused on charity, political philosophy, feminism and human development. As a feminist, he is proud to join our team and work to support gender justice strategies
After graduating with a degree in Event Management, Vanessa went on to work within Administration and HR. Her career has gone onto supporting various organisations primarily within the HR, L&D and Recruitment functions. She has chosen to join IWI as she wants to help educate about equality and Human Rights amongst women globally whilst working with a deeper purpose in mind. She enjoys travelling Europe, going to the theatre and as she quite frankly admits has a guilty pleasure of watching David Attenborough documentaries.
Currently Silvia is an intern in an European Liaison Office in Brussels. She did her Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Management at LUISS Guido Carli in Rome and is concluding her Master’s Degree in Economics and Business Management focusing on Directional Consultancy. In her Thesis she is analysing the possibility to implement sustainable careers within project-based organisations, and is really keen on HR issues.
Silvia feels it’s important to take action in projects that aims to help people, and always tries to be the kind of person she would like to meet. For this reason, she is honoured to be part of the HR team of IWI and believes this is a great opportunity to grow.
IWI is currently seeking to fill staff positions. For more information and to apply, please review our Vacancies page.