Job and Opportunities

Jobs & Opportunities


Chief Executive INTRAC  

This is an exciting opportunity to lead INTRAC at a key stage of its development as it builds on its core strengths and adapts to the opportunities for civil society in a rapidly changing world. Reporting to the board and leading a small senior team, you will bring skills in strategic leadership and effective management, be a good communicator, strong networker and have a proven track record in raising funds and working with donors. You will have substantial experience in international development especially linked to civil society.

Based in Oxford with UK and overseas travel.

Salary: £65,000 - £70,000  + INTRAC pension (matching employee contributions up to 5%)

For an informal conversation about this role please email Carolyn Miller Chair carolyn.millerpersonal@gmail.com or Phil Vernon Deputy Chair phil.e.vernon@gmail.com to arrange a call. 

For more information see the website

 

Training Manager INTRAC

An exciting opportunity to strategically manage, develop and oversee all of INTRAC’s training work including long-term projects, tailor-made trainings and online trainings for individuals and organisations working with civil society globally. We are looking for a dynamic individual to manage our training services and other forms of supporting the professional and personal development of individuals working in and for civil society. As Training Manager you will be responsible for the strategic development and delivery of INTRAC’s training services portfolio, working closely with INTRAC’s staff and network of associates. You will manage INTRAC’s global tailor-made training work, including both long-term and short term assignments, and its UK-based face to face and online courses open to anyone. You will be expected to manage and develop strong relationships with clients from all types of civil society organisations (CSOs), from grassroots and activist organisations to large international level NGOs, as well as bi- and multilateral donors and foundations, to develop and deliver tailor-made solutions.

Based in Oxford (some remote working can be considered)
Reporting to: Director of Consultancies and Training
Line management: Training Coordinator, Training Officer and Project Coordinator
Salary/Grade: £36,000 - £40,000  depending on qualifications and experience Contributory Pension Scheme (employer matching employee contributions to a maximum of 5%).
Full/part time: Full-time
Deadline: Sunday 12 June 2016 UK time (GMT + 1 hour) at midnight

Apply and find out more here

 

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