GBP 17,242 to 31, 945 pa (1 year contract, renewable)
Oxfam GB is strengthening its logistic department and is seeking to recruit a dynamic, innovative and committed logistic Coordinator.
Reporting to the Finance and system Manager, you will establish a long term logistic strategy, based on a sound programme mapping. Building on this strategy, you will work with the Senior Programme Management Team to advice or support to deliver efficient, cost-effective and quality services.
You will lead the management of supplies used in that program. This will include requisitioning, purchase (local and international), clearance, transport, warehousing (including storage and stock control systems) and the issuing of supplies. This will be done by...
As part of a global movement for change, Oxfam works together with others to end world poverty, injustice and suffering. As an Oxfam employee, you will join a team of professionals that is part of the international confederation of 17 organizations networked together in 94 countries.
Currently, Oxfam is running an Ebola response programme in Sierra Leone and Liberia providing water and sanitation and social mobilisation to vulnerable communities. The number of new cases is rising and there is an urgent need for Public Health Promoters. They will be required to carry out programme implementation activities and monitor their effectiveness; make recommendations for actions; ensure that all members of the...
Contract type: Fixed-term
To work with others to find lasting solutions to poverty and suffering.
To co-manage Oxfam International's Programme in Eastern Samar, Philippines.
The role:Managing/ supervising resources within defined boundaries or a specialist area, which may include people, and/or assets.Coordinates and delivers agreed plans or strategies over which the job holder has some strategic input.Providing professional advice to senior managers on areas of work covered in their remit.Influences the development of strategy and ensures and supports operational implementation.Develops solutions to diverse and complex problems within organisational policy.Interprets and applies operational and specialist information in a variety of formats from a variety of sources.Flexibility...
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In order to ensure the 5 year strategy best responds to the context and the reality of poverty and marginalisation in Kenya, the organisation requires a sound analysis of the external context.
The overall purpose
To assist Oxfam Kenya in the production of a 5 year strategic plan through a sound understanding of the changing external context.
The consultant will build on Oxfam’s existing...
The Oxfam Confederation is made up of 17 Oxfam affiliates (including Oxfam GB) working across 92 countries. In 2009, all Oxfam affiliates decided to work more closely together as a global movement for change. Oxfam GB has been working in South Sudan since 1983. We aim to overcome poverty and inequality through the most effective, appropriate and enduring solutions. Oxfam’s institutional mandate is therefore threefold; development work, emergency humanitarian relief work & policy advocacy work. Oxfam South Sudan is currently implementing humanitarian response programs and Development Programmes in different parts of the country.
To deliver these programs, Oxfam is seeking to recruit a Deputy Country Director (DCD) to work with the Country Director and support in developing and...
Salary: £11,214 per annum
Interviews: 23 December 2014
OXFAM PURPOSE: To work with others to overcome poverty and suffering.
TRADING PURPOSE: To make as much money as possible to overcome poverty and suffering.
Open for business since 1948, Oxfam shops are at the heart of the charity and their community, raising vital funds and increasing public awareness of what we do. They are always guided by our values of empowerment, accountability and inclusiveness and focussed on making as much money as possible. Shop teams are the heart of our shops and 22,000 volunteers donate their diverse skills to...
This is a great opportunity to join one of the sectors most vibrant, innovative and energetic fundraising teams as we come together to fight and to overcome poverty and suffering. Oxfam was originally started by a local group of community fundraisers in Oxford and local action to create global impact is still very much at the core of the organisation – we couldn’t be working in over 90 countries or responding to 25 emergencies worldwide without the support of local people fundraising in the UK.
We’ve got a new Community Fundraising strategy in place and you’ll...
The candidate will sit within the Programme Funding Department and be responsible for leading responses to grants and commercially tendered bids that are complex, high-value, global and/or country funded. They will be responsible for managing opportunities from start to finish, including leading on capture planning and opportunity appraisal (bid/nobid). They will support Oxfam programme staff develop effective bid winning strategies, and will work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to secure necessary inputs and support. The successful candidate will be expected to have and be able to apply a broad range of commercial bid knowledge and experience (in both grants and/or tenders) across a range of donor agency clients and funding mechanisms.
As part of its strategy to achieve its ambitious goals, Oxfam GB is now looking to appoint a Philanthropy and Partnerships Director to lead the strategic development and delivery of an ambitious and sustainable high value fundraising strategy. The focus of this crucial role will be...
OXFAM cherche un Coordinateur Securite (francophone) pour son programme en Republique Centrafricaine. OXFAM a un programme de Eau/Assainissement a Bangui et un programme Eau/Assainissement et Securite Alimentaire a Bria.
Vu la situation en RCA on cherche un Coordinateur avec une experience solide dans le domaine de la Securite. Maitrise du francais et de l'anglais est essentielle.
Lieu: Bangui, Republique Centrafricaine avec deplacements au terrain
Date debut: 1 janvier 2015 (ou plus tot)
Duree: 6 mois (avec option de prolongation)
Salaire de base: £26.364 net par an
Alocation conditions difficiles: £ 4.000 net par an
the current global pay ranges.
Competitive reward package will be offered to
successful candidate. This will include: annual
leave, pension, medical coverage, life insurance and
relocation expenses, flights to home,
accommodation, expensive country allowance,
transportation facilitation and payment of social
security liabilities related to your employment.
OXFAM PURPOSE:To work with others to overcome poverty and suffering.
Oxfam is currently undergoing a significant change process to develop one single structure in Haiti; the job holder would be contracted by Oxfam GB and would therefore be responsible for certain tasks related only to Oxfam GB functioning as well as those related to Oxfam International, particularly in the development of a robust Funding Strategy, communications on...
By Hilary Jeune, Oxfam’s EU policy advisor
When 2015 was declared the European Year of Development, it was seen as an ideal opportunity for the European Union (EU) to raise awareness on the bloc’s role in lifting people out of poverty. Yet with the calendars counting down fast, this commitment now appears to be more ‘hot air’ than actual assistance – lots of bluster that simply never materializes on the ground.
This doubt has been brought further into the spotlight today by the release of CONCORD’s new AidWatch report, Aid Beyond 2015: Europe’s role in financing and implementing sustainable development goals post 2015.
What’s the problem?
The report shows the EU’s approach to development aid could do with a breath of fresh air. Despite the growing number and scale of humanitarian and development challenges being broadcast on news outlets across Europe, the EU’s development funding still has a €41 billion hole in it – an amount which could pay for the EU’s current Ebola response to be expanded over forty times.
The EU has also deliberately over counted the amount of aid transferred to developing countries, inflating the figure by €5.2 billion in 2013. Both EU governments and institutions did this by including funding for student and refugee costs, as well as other domestic programs and interest on developmental loans in their overseas aid spending. To claim this interest on already cancelled debt as development aid is staggering when you consider that some EU countries made over €1 billion in interest on loans to developing countries in 2013, with France alone receiving €239 million in interest from development loans at a time when French aid budgets were being slashed. Such actions mean that while global aid appears to have slightly increased, actual aid to the world’s poorest countries – particularly in Africa – will drop by around 5% until 2016.
What are the solutions?
Despite this pessimism surrounding the EU’s development contributions, next year will present the opportunity for both EU governments and institutions to redeem themselves by ensuring a genuine commitment to combating global poverty and inequality.
Firstly, the EU should ensure that upcoming changes to the definition of developmental aid specify that aid is used to eradicate poverty and puts people first, rather than creating new ways for donors to artificially inflate the amount they actually give.
Secondly, both member states and institutions need to prove their mettle and recommit to the aid targets they have so far failed to achieve. Only Luxembourg, Sweden, Denmark and the UK have met the 0.7% of Gross National Income (GNI) target spent on development funding, with half of the EU member states projected to miss the 0.56% target set for 2010. If the EU wants to create a positive incentive for increased global funding for the world’s poorest, it needs to set a far better international example.
Finally, the EU should recommit to aid effectiveness principles and make sure that its contribution has a positive and sustainable impact on the lives of the world’s poorest people.
The EU may have failed to keep its funding promises to help combat global poverty, but with the 2015 European Year of Development fast approaching there is time yet for Europe to shake off the funding cobwebs, turn it’s rhetoric into reality and help improve the lives of poor people the world over.
To work with others to address issues related to global poverty and inequality and to raise awareness of key factors that impact on poor women and men in the world.
A Development Aid Program Coordinator will have the key role in the office to be able to manage and implement program activities within official development assistance focus area. The coordinator will be responsible for very proactive government relations and networking, constant search for the opportunities to offer Oxfam’s expertise in the program’s subject matter, provide technical support to the interested policy making institutions as well as...
En vue du renforcement du département de Seconde Main, Oxfam-Solidarité recrute un(e) collaborateur marketing (h/f).
Description de fonction
Le collaborateur marketing (h/f) contribue au développement des magasins de seconde main sur le territoire belge et met en œuvre la stratégie de marketing destinée à en assurer la notoriété, la rentabilité et le profit.
• Participer à la promotion des magasins de seconde main :
organiser des actions de promotion ponctuelles ou permanentes
organiser des évènements, assurer la mise à jour de la rubrique « seconde main » du site Internet d'Oxfam-Solidarité
développer et implémenter notre politique en matière d'aménagements des magasins
• Contribuer au développement des ressources des magasins de seconde main :
gèrer les propositions ponctuelles de dons et assurer leur suivi,
assurer le bon développement des actions de collectes et leur évaluation,
• Une forte adhésion à la vision et à la mission d'Oxfam-Solidarité
• Diplôme de Bachelor en Marketing ou équivalent de par votre expérience
• Au moins 4 années d'expérience dans le domaine
• Connaissance des techniques de marketing et communication
• Une très bonne connaissance du néerlandais et français est indispensable
• Bonne connaissance des outils informatiques
• Contrat à temps plein (38h) à durée déterminée d'un an, possibilité de prolongation
• Lieu de travail : siège d'Oxfam-Solidarité, Rue des Quatre-Vents 60, 1080.
• Salaire brut : entre min. € 2.104 et € 3.516 par mois (en fonction de l'expérience utile) + 13e mois + chèques-repas et congés extra-légaux.
• Date de début : le 5 janvier 2015
• Plusieurs possibilités de formation
Faites parvenir avant le 7 décembre 2014 votre CV et votre lettre de motivation par e-mail, à firstname.lastname@example.org, ou par la poste, avec la référence « recrutement collaborateur marketing ». Adresse : Oxfam-Solidarité, Département RH, Rue des Quatre-Vents 60, 1080 Bruxelles.
We are looking for applicants who have a track record in successful campaigning and building relationships with diverse stakeholders. You’ll be a strong communicator with excellent leadership, interpersonal, and project management skills. You'll have the flexibility and temperament to work in challenging and fast-changing environments. You'll also have a strong desire to promote human rights, equality, and changes in policies...
This is a fixed term opportunity until 31.3.2017.
We are looking for candidates educated to a degree level and have experience of working in consortia, complex project coordination, financial management and good understanding of humanitarian work. It is also essential to have strong report writing, and presentation skills, including the ability to present complex issues clearly and concisely to a broad range of audiences....
The post holder will be responsible for the successful management, coordination and delivery of the overall lead agency responsibility and for the coordination of activities led by Oxfam including:
Delivery of project goals, objectives and milestonesCoordination with the consortium member agenciesCoordination across the Humanitarian Department capacity building teamResponsible for all aspects of project cycle management and reporting;Accountable for project delivery to the Global Protection Adviser and project steering committeeRepresentation of the project amongst other DEPP funded projects, the START Network and peer and partner agencies, and internal and external networks and coalitions