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Chief Operations Officer

The Responsible Mining Foundation is a new organisation with currently 5 staff members. Together with the CEO, the COO will form the Executive Team of the Responsible Mining Foundation. The Executive Team is responsible for producing and leveraging the Responsible Mining Index in service of achieving the Foundation’s goals, and for the leadership of the organization. The COO is primarily responsible for the financial health of the Foundation and garnering the active participation of stakeholders, while managing the day-to-day operations functions with the support of 2-3 staff members.


Dakar, Senegal

Programmes Director

The Programmes Director is responsible for defining the Medical Operations plan and ensuring its implementation. S/he will lead and coordinate the head office teams, and will play an essential role working with HR to develop the medical operations framework by leading the pool of mission heads and general coordinators of common projects. The PD will oversee the development of projects by ensuring effective operation between partners and desks and initiating new partnerships. S/he will ensure team security. The Director General, President and Programmes Director will publicly represent the association.



Chief Executive Officer

The European Cooperative for Rural Development (EUCORD) is a Brussels-based non-profit organisation whose vision is to nurture more prosperous and entrepreneurially oriented rural communities in developing countries.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for the overall leadership and management of EUCORD. S/he will work closely with the Board and staff on the development and implementation of the organisation’s strategic vision, plan and the policies and programmes to advance the interests of its membership. The CEO will also work closely with the partners.


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