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Shop Manager (Linlithgow) (TRD0707)

Oxfam Great Britain - 23 February 2016 - 14:42
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Trading, Job Type: Open endedHours: 36 Per Week

Contract: Open Ended

Salary: £16,820 Per Annum

Interviews: TBC

 

 

Shop Manager

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.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITES:

 

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...

Programme Funding Officer (INT2246)

Oxfam Great Britain - 23 February 2016 - 13:48
Region: HECA, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term Programme Funding Officer

Location:  Kasulu

Level: National D1

Salary: As per Oxfam’s salary scale

Contract Type:  Fixed Term (6 months)

Job Ref No: INT2246

 

Who we are

OXFAM has been working for the Burundi Refugee Response since May last year with initial activities in emergency water supply, Sanitation and health promotion services for refugees. Oxfam has continued to lead on setting up of WASH facilities in refugee’s camp in Kibondo and Kasulu. In light of this;

We are currently looking for a dynamic and knowledgeable Programme Funding Officer to enhance the impact of our work. 

Roles and Responsibilities

In this role you will report to the Country Funding Coordinator   and you will be responsible...

Gender and Protection Advisor- Re advertised (INT2099)

Oxfam Great Britain - 23 February 2016 - 12:39
Region: HECA, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term Gender and Protection Advisor - Re advertised

Location:  Kasulu, Tanzania

Level: National: National C2

Salary: As per Oxfam’s  salary scales 

Contract Type:  Fixed Term (6 months)

Job Ref No: INT2099

Who we are

Oxfam is an International NGO working with others to find lasting solutions to poverty and suffering in Tanzania and more than 80 other countries worldwide. Currently we are working for the Burundi refugee Response  with initial activities in emergency water supply, Sanitation and health promotion services for refugees. Oxfam  is leading on setting up of WASH facilities in the refugees camps. 

We are currently looking for a dynamic and knowledgeable Gender and Protection Advisor to enhance the impact of our work in the response. 

Roles...

WASH Programme Manager (INT2245)

Oxfam Great Britain - 23 February 2016 - 10:29
Region: Middle East and Commonwealth of Independent States (MECIS), Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term The Role

 

This role aims to manage the Oxfam WASH Programme in Tajikistan.

 

About the WASH Progromme

 

Tajikistan Water Supply and Sanitation Project (TajWSS) started in 2009 with funding from the Government of Switzerland (SDC). The project goal was to contribute to the creation of an enabling environment for the sustainable provision of safe drinking water and sanitation in rural Tajikistan.

Over the time, the programme has grown and it includes projects funded by The Global Fund for Social Accountability administered by the World Bank, the Government of Finland, the European Union and the SDC with the programme portfolio worth more than USD 8 M at present.

 

The overall programme goal is...

Head of Education and Youth (CAP0192)

Oxfam Great Britain - 23 February 2016 - 9:51
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Campaigns, Policy & Influencing, Job Type: Open endedCould you take Oxfam’s leading Global Citizenship Education programme to the next level and help us engage new generations of young minds?

 

The role

 

Oxfam is an acknowledged leader in bringing global citizenship into schools, with a well-regarded and highly respected programme

 

This post gives you a unique chance to take the helm of our established Education & Youth Team. It will be your role to provide insightful, dynamic and strategic leadership to support the team in delivering the highest possible quality Global Citizenship Education programme to schools in England, Scotland, Wales and beyond.

 

Because our programme is backed by the strength of Oxfam’s global development experience, you can call upon a high...

New Business Manager, Philanthropy & Partnerships (MKT0193)

Oxfam Great Britain - 22 February 2016 - 11:01
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Fundraising & Supporter Marketing, Job Type: Open endedThe Trust and Foundation's team are seeking a New Business Manager. This person will support the implementation of the new business strategy to establish new Trust & Foundation relationships in the UK. They will also support the development and adoption of a robust Client Relationship Management system and process across Philanthropy & Partnerships to enable the effective cultivation and stewardship of new and existing relationships at Oxfam.

 

To be a success in this role you need to be ready to hit the ground running. You’ll need to be a confident and adept networker, with the ability to spot and quickly action opportunities as they arise.

 

You’ll need to occasionally work unsocial hours and be prepared to travel inside and...

Mid-Level Giving Assistant

Oxfam America - 21 February 2016 - 14:17
To provide administrative support to the Oxfam Impact Circle, a program for givers within the $1,000-$9,999 annual range, and to assist in efforts to retain and upgrade donors.

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Intern

Oxfam America - 19 February 2016 - 18:52
Support institutional fundraising efforts, primarily through researh, screening, and analysis of potential corporate, foundation, and government donors;  research and analysis of philanthropic trends of these donor types. Using fundraising databases and other sources to research and analyze philanthropic trends among foundation, corporate and government donors to help us formulate our institutional fundraising strategy.Identify key people within funding institutions for outreach.

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MEAL MANAGER (Bangui, RCA)

Oxfam Intermón - 19 February 2016 - 14:00
Tipo  Plantilla Renvoi  102/15-16 Oficina  República Centroafricana (RCA)

http://erecruiting.intermonoxfam.org:8000/sap/bc/bsp/sap/hrrcf_pinstappl...

Responsabilités 

Depuis le coup d’état, en mars 2013, les affrontements entre Seleka et milices anti-Balaka ont
continué. Début décembre 2013, ces tensions ont augmenté causant une grande insécurité et
des milliers de personnes ont fui leurs maisons à Bangui, vers les régions du centre et du nord
et certains vers les pays voisins. L’insécurité a persisté et s’est aggravée, en particulier à
l’ouest, au nord-ouest de la RCA ainsi qu’à Bangui, avec de sérieuses conséquences pour la
protection des civils suite à la résurgence de la violence intercommunautaire perpétrée surtout
par les milices anti-Balaka et ex-Seleka. Suite à la démission du président intérimaire en janvier
2014, un nouveau chef d’état intérimaire a prêté serment le 23 janvier 2014. Les élections
présidentielles sont en cours.
La crise en RCA a forcé plus d’un million de personnes à fuir leurs maisons. Aujourd’hui,
environ 470'000 personnes restent déplacées, vivant dans la brousse, dans des sites ou des
familles d’accueil. Environ 2,3 millions de Centrafricains sont actuellement en besoin
d’assistance humanitaire, avec 1,2 millions de personnes en insécurité alimentaire.
Oxfam a mis en oeuvre depuis 2014 un programme de réponse en matière de Sécurité
Alimentaire/moyens d’existence et en matière de protection et de plaidoyer. A Bangui, Paoua et
Bria, Oxfam intervient en étroite collaboration avec des partenaires locaux, internationaux, des
agences des Nations Unies ainsi que des structures gouvernementales afin de porter
assistance aux déplacés du fait des conflits, ainsi qu’aux communautés d’accueil.
Dans le cadre de cette réponse humanitaire, le poste de MEAL Manager vise à assurer la prise
en compte, intégration, et suivi des standards Oxfam pour le suivi, évaluation, apprentissage, et
redevabilité (MEAL) pour le programme de réponse d’Oxfam à la crise en Centrafrique, en
étroite collaboration avec les équipes WASH, EFSL et Protection.

Responsabilités

Concevoir et mettre en oeuvre un système de MEAL couvrant toutes les composantes du
programme du pays, en impliquant des partenaires et des équipes WASH / EFSL / Protection
d'Oxfam, en veillant au respect des principes MEAL et des normes minimales humanitaires
Oxfam ;
Coordonner, en étroite collaboration avec les équipes WASH, EFSL et Protection, la mise en
oeuvre des activités clés de suivi des activités et des résultats atteints pour la réponse (études
de base, suivi post-distribution, KAP), et appuyer au besoin les équipes dans l’élaboration
d’outils de suivi des activités ;
Soutenir de manière proactive, les équipes et les partenaires sur la mise en oeuvre des activités
MEAL, tout au long du cycle de programme en fournissant formation, conseils et appui
technique sur la collecte de données, le traitement et l'analyse, sur les indicateurs, des outils de
suivi, des modèles de rapports, etc. ;
Contribuer à la formulation des processus de suivi et de rapportage au niveau de la mission
pays, ainsi qu’à la rédaction de propositions de projets, de rapports internes et externes ;
Gérer les exercices externes et internes d’évaluations, assurer la qualité du processus en
étroite coordination avec les équipes humanitaires WASH / EFSL / Protection ;
Assurer la définition, la mise en place, et le suivi, d’un mécanisme de gestion des plaintes et
des feedbacks, pour l’ensemble du programme de réponse ;
Gérer les ressources matérielles et financières attribuées aux activités MEAL en étroite
collaboration avec le département concerné ;
Recruter et former le staff MEAL pour la réponse.

Profil requis 

Connaissances spécifiques et expérience dans la définition et la mise en oeuvre du système
MEAL pour les situations d'urgence et le développement, pour des programmes de sécurité
alimentaire et moyens d’existence, Wash et / ou Protection ;
Connaissance et expérience démontrée dans la collecte de données (qualitatives et
quantitatives), analyse et rapportage ;
Connaissance et expérience dans les domaines de la redevabilité et de l’apprentissage, ainsi
que dans l’organisation d’ateliers de formation ;
Excellent niveau de français écrit et parlé. Bon niveau d’anglais ;
Informatique: Word, Excel; maîtrise de logiciels de traitement de données ;
Expérience en gestion d’équipe, flexibilité et capacité d’adaptation dans des contextes
instables ; capacité à travailler sous pression ; rigueur et sens de l’organisation ;
Identification avec nos valeurs et notre misión.

Conditions 

Poste basé à Bangui avec déplacements sur les bases (possibilité de travail à distance selon
contexte sécuritaire).
Durée de la mission : 6 mois (à partir de la prise de poste).
Rétribution selon l’échelle de salaire Oxfam Intermón.
Assurances, R&R toutes les 10 semaines, perdiem et logement guesthouse.
Date de départ : 15/04/2016.

Comment postuler:
Les personnes intéressées peuvent envoyer leur curriculum vitae et lettre de motivation à
humanitarianstaff@IntermonOxfam.org, en indiquant la référence 102/15-16 MEAL RCA.
La date de clôture pour le dépôt des dossiers de candidature est fixée au 29.02.2016
Oxfam se réserve le droit de modifier cette date si nécessaire.
Seuls les candidats présélectionnés seront contactés.
Oxfam souscrit au principe de l'équité, de la diversité et de l’inclusion.

29/02/2016 Idioma  FR

Fundraiser Empresas y Organizaciones

Oxfam Intermón - 19 February 2016 - 14:00
Tipo  Plantilla Descripción 

Dentro del área de captación de fondos, formarás parte del equipo de relación con empresas, y serás responsable de proponer y llevar a cabo las acciones comerciales y de marketing necesarias para conseguir los objetivos fijados anualmente en ingresos, a nivel económico o en especie, provenientes de la relación con instituciones privadas.

Referencia  104/15-16 Oficina  Barcelona

http://erecruiting.intermonoxfam.org:8000/sap/bc/bsp/sap/hrrcf_pinstappl...

Responsabilidades 

- Elaborar los contenidos y materiales de comunicación para empresas y grandes donantes
- Definir y poner en marcha el plan de marketing directo y redes sociales para la relación de Oxfam Intermón con empresas y donantes particulares
- Realizar un test para conseguir PYMES socias y su posterior ejecución
- Definir y ejecutar la estrategia y materiales promocionales para la venta de comercio justo y regalos solidarios para empresas
- Contribuir al proyecto de consecución de leads y nuevos donantes a través de empresas
- Conseguir colaboraciones económicas y ventas de comercio justo para Oxfam Intermón de empresas, PYMES, fundaciones y otras organizaciones
- Representar a Oxfam Intermón en foros y eventos relacionadas con su actividad por delegación de su responsable
- Participar y apoyar en eventos y actividades organizados por el equipo

Perfil requerido 

- Formación en relaciones públicas, ADE o marketing
- Experiencia mínima de 3 años preferiblemente en departamento de marketing y/o comercial
- Experiencia en marketing directo, ventas, gestión de proveedores y/o generación de leads
- Orientación a resultados y trabajo en equipo
- Alta Capacidad relacional y de Influencia
- Capacidad de Organización y planificación
- Pasión por el fundraising y motivación por la cooperación al desarrollo e identificación con
nuestros valores y misión.
- Nivel Alto de Inglés (idioma habitual de trabajo dentro de la confederación Oxfam)
- Disponibilidad para viajar mensualmente dentro del territorio español

Condiciones 

- Incorporarte en una organización de carácter internacional que lucha contra la pobreza y la injusticia, con oportunidades de crecimiento personal y profesional
- Contrato indefinido y jornada de 40h semanales
- Ubicación: oficinas de Barcelona.
- Salario: 32.800€ brutos anuales

Si estás interesado/a, puedes hacernos llegar tu cv y carta de presentación a la siguiente dirección e-mail: seleccion@oxfamintermon.org indicando la referencia del proceso.

28/02/2016 Idioma  ES

OFICIAL DE PROYECTO PARA RESPUESTA HUMANITARIA POR LA SEQUÍA EN EL DEPARTAMENTO DE LEMPIRA (INT2242)

Oxfam Great Britain - 19 February 2016 - 13:42
Region: LAC, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term What we're looking for

CIPD qualified or working towards it, you’ll need to bring experience in another generalist HR role – including managing a wide range of employee relations casework. A good working knowledge of employment legislation is essential, as is a solid understanding of performance management. Flexible in your approach, you should have worked in another operational role and, having already provided HR support in a distant capacity, you won’t be phased by the travel a role like this involves. Change management experience is also important.

About Oxfam

A simple, inescapable truth underlines everything we do at Oxfam. There’s enough wealth in this world to go around. It’s not unfortunate that people live in poverty. It’s unjustifiable. And it’s not just...

Programme Managers (INT2241)

Oxfam Great Britain - 19 February 2016 - 12:39
Region: HECA, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term Salary: 27,550 – 36547 GBP per Annum +4000 GBP per annum Hard to Work Allowance.

Based: One of the Various Locations in Jonglei

Contract: 6 Months Contract (with possible extention)

Closing date: 7th March 2016

 

Oxfam works with others to overcome poverty and suffering. Working at Oxfam is so much more than just a job. 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.

Oxfam Great Britain in South Sudan is looking for suitable candidates with proven experience of emergency and development work, and an understanding of the relevant issues, along with experience of effective management in an insecure environment to manage its programmes  in, Walgak,...

Regional Programme Quality Lead (INT2215)

Oxfam Great Britain - 18 February 2016 - 15:45
Region: Southern Africa, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term Shaping a stronger Oxfam for people living in poverty

Oxfam works together with partners and local communities in more than 90 countries.  One person in three in the world lives in poverty, Oxfam is determined to change the world by mobilizing the power of people against poverty.

We work to find practical, innovative ways for people to lift themselves out of poverty and thrive. We save lives and help rebuild livelihoods when crisis strikes, we campaign so that the voices of the poor influence the local and global decisions that affect them.

We are recruiting for a : Regional Programme Quality Lead – Southern Africa

Job purpose

The Regional Programme Quality Lead works with country and regional teams to improve...

Infrastructure Specialist- Server (FIN0191)

Oxfam Great Britain - 18 February 2016 - 15:19
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Finance & IS, Job Type: Fixed Term WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR

 

We’re using our software where it matters. Which, for a global charity like ours, could be anywhere. So as part of our Infrastructure Technical team you’ll help maintain our existing Active Directory, Windows Server Estate, On Premise CER with both Physical and Virtual servers, Back Up and Business Continuity systems providing access for 6,000 users worldwide. With an appreciation for the changing nature of our systems, you’ll participate in new developments and implementations as well as maintaining current and legacy technologies. You’ll also be involved in designated projects, providing design recommendations and monitoring.
 

Be involved
With practical experience in all aspects of Microsoft Windows Server technology from 2003 to 2012 and related application infrastructure, you’ll...

2 Jefes de Equipo de Captación de Socios Face To Face

Oxfam Intermón - 18 February 2016 - 14:00
Tipo  Plantilla Descripción 

Dentro del Área de Captación y formando parte del proyecto de implementación del primer equipo F2F in house, cada Jefe de Equipo se encargará de liderar 1 equipo de 4 a 6 captadores en el área metropolitana de Barcelona.

Referencia  103/15-16 Oficina  Barcelona

http://erecruiting.intermonoxfam.org:8000/sap/bc/bsp/sap/hrrcf_pinstappl...

Responsabilidades 

- Liderar y organizar un equipo de 4-6 captadores en calle cuyo trabajo consiste en informar a los viandantes del trabajo realizado por Oxfam Intermón con el objetivo de conseguir socios de la organización
- Participar en el reclutamiento de los miembros del equipo junto al Manager
- Motivar al equipo desde el acompañamiento y desarrollo de capacidades
- Captar socios con el resto de equipo, siendo un referente en productividad, calidad y saber hacer y garantizando los objetivos individuales y grupales
- Asegurar los estándares de calidad y productividad del equipo en el marco del cumplimiento de los códigos de buenas prácticas de la actividad
- Reportar al Manager la actividad diaria del equipo y las incidencias que puedan surgir

Perfil requerido 

- Experiencia previa como jefe de equipo o captador senior para ONGs mediante técnicas de F2F o experiencia previa comercial
- Experiencia en gestión de personas y en formación, motivación y supervisión de equipos
- Experiencia en ventas vinculada a trabajo por objetivos
- Formación / habilidades de gestión comercial y de gestión de equipos
- Conocimiento de informática a nivel de usuario (Pack Office e Internet)
- Idiomas: Castellano y catalán
- Habilidades de comunicación
- Personas flexibles y empáticas con dotes de liderazgo y orientadas a resultados

Condiciones 

- Incorporarte en una organización de carácter internacional que lucha contra la pobreza y la injusticia, con oportunidades de crecimiento personal y profesional
- Jornada parcial de 23 horas semanales que se reparten en funciones de captación de socios y de coordinación del equipo
- Salario: 986 euros brutos mensuales fijo + variable según objetivos individuales + bonus mensual en caso de consecución de objetivos mensuales del equipo
- Contrato: Laboral a cargo de Oxfam Intermón, eventual de 6 meses con posibilidad de prórroga de 1 año
- Ubicación: Área Metropolitana de Barcelona

Las personas interesadas pueden hacer llegar su candidatura a través de: seleccion@oxfamintermon.org, indicando la referencia del proceso y el turno deseado: Ref.103/15-16 MAÑANAS o Ref.103/15-16 TARDES.

30/04/2016 Idioma  ES

Deputy Shop Manager (Western Road, Brighton) (TRD0706)

Oxfam Great Britain - 18 February 2016 - 10:14
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Trading, Job Type: Open endedHours: 24 Per Week

Contract: Open Ended

Salary: £10,174 Per Annum 

Interviews: TBC

 

 

 

Deputy Shop Manager

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.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITES:

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...

Don’t Let the Poorest Foot the Bill

Oxfam EU blog - 18 February 2016 - 9:25

By Hilary Jeune, EU Policy Advisor on Development Finance at the Oxfam EU Office

In West Point, Liberia, development aid is funding women’s empowerment through skills training, and enables better community health through hygiene education. (c) Andy Hall/Oxfam

Just six months after world leaders pledged to eradicate extreme poverty by 2030, rich countries are risking to jeopardize this landmark promise. When our governments are gathering today for crucial meetings in Paris and Brussels, the effectiveness of development aid is at risk. Instead of looking at how best to protect the most vulnerable people, our leaders are focusing on quick budget fixes.

 

European leaders meeting for a summit in Brussels today will discuss their response to the refugee crisis. So far, instead of focusing on root causes of displacement, EU states have been favoring their own security agenda over, searching for remedies to stop migrants before they arrive in Europe.

Development ministers are gathering at the same time in Paris to discuss the issue on a far more technical level: they are coming together for a meeting of the Development Assistance Committee, a forum within the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development that regulates the international aid landscape. Ministers will discuss a highly complicated and detailed set of rules, but the decisions they take are far-reaching: they will decide what government money is considered development aid and what not, hence determining how much aid will reach poor people in developing countries.

We need development aid – and it works

Aid can have a transformative impact on the lives of millions of people. Amazing progress has been achieved over the last 15 years, demonstrating that aid works. In 1990, close to 40% of the world’s population lived in extreme poverty; this rate has dropped by two thirds. During the same period, the proportion of undernourished people in developing regions has almost halved, and the primary school enrolment in developing regions has reached 91%.

However, extreme poverty and inequality still exist in this world. This is why development aid is – and will remain – crucial to providing essential public services like education and health care in many states, and especially in Least Developed Countries.

Rigging the books at the expense of developing countries

But current discussions in many European donor countries question whether governments are still committed to leaving no-one behind in the most vulnerable communities across the globe.

The proposal on the table to be decided is for further adaptions to the aid rules that would allow to further use aid money to pay for security and defense costs.

That kind of questionable alliance between aid money and non-aid goals might be convenient for governments, but it completely undermines effective development cooperation. Rather than empowering the poorest people in the world, changes to aid spending rules covering defense and security expenses would only serve to patch holes in national budgets and serve our own European foreign policy agenda. Safeguards are supposedly being put in place, but there is no guarantee that these will be enforced and properly monitored on the ground.

Since every euro can only be spent once, such a shortsighted relaxation of aid spending rules would effectively fix donor states’ budgets to the detriment of the most marginalized people in developing countries.

Inflated aid instead of real support for the poorest

But it is not only about diversion of aid towards security and defense; an always larger portion of aid money is actually spent in the donor states themselves. A great number of rich European states have been declaring their expenses for hosting refugees as aid spending for a while. In 2014, ahead of the refugee crisis’ latest spike, close to $4.4 billion have been labelled as development aid, but actually never left the EU states. These figures are set to increase sharply for 2015 and 2016.

It must be an absolute priority to cater for the needs of those who arrive in our countries and depend on our help: it’s not about charity, it’s about human rights, dignity and international law. But labelling money as aid even though it does not leave a donor country is misleading: aid that never reaches the poorest people is inflated aid.

Not a time for penny-pinching

Development aid needs to do what it says on the tin: support the world’s poorest people in lifting themselves out of poverty, not to fill budget holes and rig the books.

The meetings of the Development Assistance Committee in Paris as well as the European summit should put in place accountability mechanisms that ensure development funding fully contributes to helping the most marginalized. When aid is allowed to do its job, it can successfully tackle the issues threatening the well-being, peace, security and prosperity of people in the developing world.

Together with a coalition of other NGOs, Oxfam has launched a petition to ask European leaders to meet the needs of refugees arriving at our borders without doing so at the expense of the world’s poorest. The organizations are calling on governments to make sure aid is focused on fighting extreme poverty and prioritizes the countries and people that have the least.

Sign the petition now!

Warehouse Operative (Batley) 3 Positions (TRD0705)

Oxfam Great Britain - 17 February 2016 - 15:53
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Trading, Job Type: Open endedHours: 36 Per Week

Type of contract: Open Ended

Salary: £14,696 Per Annum

Interview date: TBC

OXFAM PURPOSE:  To work with others to overcome poverty and suffering

TEAM PURPOSE: To process surplus textiles to maximise the income generated from donated goods.

JOB PURPOSE: To maintain the efficient through put of clothing through the factory from feeding to packing.

REPORTING LINES: Post holder reports to - Production Manager. Day-to-day tasks are supervised by the team co-ordinator.

Staff reporting to this position: N/A

BUDGET RESPONSIBILITY: N/A

DIMENSIONS:

q  Carry out clearly defined tasks as instructed by managers / team co-ordinator.

q  Tasks are routine, but may require the use of some initiative and/or basic planning.

q ...

Garment Sorter (Batley) (TRD0703)

Oxfam Great Britain - 17 February 2016 - 15:44
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Trading, Job Type: Open endedHours: 36 Per Week

Type of contract: Open Ended

Salary: £14,696 Per Annum

Interview date: TBC

OXFAM PURPOSE:  To work with others to overcome poverty and suffering.

TEAM PURPOSE: To process surplus textiles to maximise the income generated from donated goods.

JOB PURPOSE: To remove and sort the appropriate garments in order for them to be packed and distributed.

REPORTING LINES: Post holder reports to:  Production/Quality and Standards Manager, though day to day task supervision is through the Team Co-Ordinators

Staff reporting to this position: N/A

BUDGET RESPONSIBILITY: N/A

DIMENSIONS:Carry out clearly defined tasks laid down by managers/co-ordinators.Tasks are routine but may require the use of some initiative and/or basic planning.Responsible for the proper use...

Technical Design Authority (FIN0190)

Oxfam Great Britain - 17 February 2016 - 14:34
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Finance & IS, Job Type: Open endedOXFAM PURPOSE: To work with others to overcome poverty and suffering.

 

TEAM PURPOSE: To contribute to Enterprise Architecture and provide architectural design support for Oxfam's IS Projects.

 

JOB PURPOSE: Support development of Enterprise Architecture and to design, develop and implement IS Projects to agreed scope, time, cost and quality.

 

REPORTS TO: Design Team Lead

DIRECT STAFF: None

INDIRECT STAFF: None

 

Closing date: 2 March 2016

 

Download the attached job description for the key responsibilities and skills and competencies.

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