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Oxfam Unwrapped Digital Marketing Officer (MKT0191)

Oxfam Great Britain - 3 février 2016 - 9:02
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Fundraising & Supporter Marketing, Job Type: Open endedThe role

This is an exciting opportunity for a talented Digital Marketer to join the Oxfam Unwrapped team. Oxfam Unwrapped is Oxfam’s charity gift range, home of the well-known Oxfam goat. It’s a fun feel-good area to work on, and you’ll be joining a small friendly team who are responsible for the ongoing development of the product and for delivering income targets through online, phone and post channels.

 

You’ll be responsible for maximising our online income. This will involve planning and delivering digital marketing campaigns with significant budget and income targets (with a seasonal focus on the Christmas period), making site and content enhancements to deliver an improved customer experience, as well as managing our digital gift fulfilment such as e-cards....

NATIONAL WASH COORDINATOR (INT2210)

Oxfam Great Britain - 3 février 2016 - 7:09
Region: HECA, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term National WASH Coordinator

 Vacancy: NATIONAL WASH COORDINATOR

Kinshasa, RÉPUBLIQUE DÉMOCRATIQUE DU CONGO

Type of contract: 12 Months, Fixed term

Salary: Entre £ 27,550 – 36,547 Net per annum. Oxfam will meet the tax and social security liabilities of the post holder in relation to employment with Oxfam

 

Context :

Oxfam works in the Democratic Republic of Congo since the 1960s. This is one of the largest Oxfam programmes in the World. Oxfam works in the areas of Water and Sanitation, Livelihoods, Protection, Gender, Governance and Humanitarian response. The programme is developed in the East in a context of conflict and in the West in a context of stability and deep poverty. Despite challenges Oxfam envisions to apply...

FINANCE COORDINATOR (Barcelona, Spain)

Oxfam Intermón - 2 février 2016 - 14:00
Tipo  Plantilla Reference  96/15-16 Oficina  Barcelona

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Responsabilities 

Oxfam is looking to fill the position of Finance Coordinator as part of the Finance Team for The Global Humanitarian Team (GHT). The GHT finance team will consolidate available financial information about Oxfam’s humanitarian work globally to provide an overall picture for supporting the implementation of a high quality global humanitarian program. The job purpose is:
1.To provide strategic and operational support to GHT Finance Manager and OI HD, so as to ensure cost effective and accountable delivery of GHT activities as well as adequate financial risk management.
2.Run allocated finance operations of GHT in compliance with needs and requirements of Executing Affiliate (OGB).

This is a Barcelona based position.

Responsibilities of the position

•To manage Finance HSP pool (4 people)
-Support design and lead implementation of deployment mechanism
-Determine Finance HSP response deployments according to agreed deployment mechanism
-Ensure HSP are well trained on the different affiliates systems and procedures in order to be operatives when necessary.
-Define the responsibilities of the Finance HSPs deployed in an emergency in coordination with the country financial staff from the EA.
-Produce quarterly deployment report and distributes to affiliates

•To be responsible for the cost recovery mechanism (both development and implementation). The GHT has 75 HSP and 47 HQ program staff as in kind contributions from the different affiliates to be recovered through restricted or unrestricted funds from the emergencies responses.

•To act as the focal point for all GHT related matters with Oxfam Intermon, Oxfam America, Oxfam Belgium and Oxfam Australia

•To lead on Catastrophe Fund financial management (around 3M€) which is a contribution from the different affiliates. That ,means:
-Consolidate information related to Catastrophe Fund contributions from the affiliates and disbursements to affiliates in emergencies responses.
-Coordinate and follow up on disbursement requests.
-Present status report monthly to team manager, OIHD and affiliates
-Develop a common top up tool for humanitarian affiliates for catastrophe-fund disbursements

•To provide support as needed to budgeting, reporting, monitoring and year end processes to the Finance Manager

•To coordinate the definition and implementation of finance policies for the GHT.

•To manage the GHT related legal agreements (inter affiliate, SLAs, etc.)

•To support country teams to build their humanitarian capacity. Train Oxfam staff and partner staff on financial issues.

Profile required 

Substantial Financial experience (gained in a medium/ large organizations either in the NGO). Experience on emergency responses at field level.
Proven ability in project management, resource management.
Experience of managing and developing a team of Finance staff particularly management of staff at a distance.
Analytical thinking: Develops and uses clear criteria for guiding actions and decisions.
Communication: Uses clear examples to explain complex issues and is concise, not over-burdening with information.
Influencing others: Identifies critical people in any decision process by using a range of different approaches.
Result orientated and organisational capacity and vision for overall program improvement.
Staff management skills and team building capacities.
Team work and collaboration, ability to engage with the teams at both field and headquarters level across the different affiliates.
High flexibility and adaptation to change.
Languages: advanced level of Spanish, English and French.
Identification with our principles and values.
The knowledge of Oxfam Intermon systems (SAGA and SAP) will be considered positively

Conditions 

Annual Gross remuneration: 38.733 euros
Open ended contract
Holidays: 29 working days
Working place: Barcelona
Travelling on field missions: up to 12 weeks per year
Starting date: as soon as possible

How to apply

If interested, please send your application to the follow address:
humanitarianstaff@oxfamintermon.org with the subject title “Finance Coordinator Reference 96/15-16”

The closing date for applications is the 21/02/2016. Oxfam will contact short listed candidates prior to closing date and reserves the right to change this date, if considered necessary. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Oxfam is committed to the principle of equity, diversity and inclusiveness.

21/02/2016 Idioma  EN

Shop Manager (Ruislip) (TRD0684)

Oxfam Great Britain - 2 février 2016 - 11:53
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Trading, Job Type: Open endedHours: 36 per week

Contract: Open-ended

Salary: £19,125 Per annum (£16,820 + £2,305 Outer London Weighting)

Interviews: 23 February 2016

 

 

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...

Deputy Shop Manager (Headingley, Leeds) (TRD0683)

Oxfam Great Britain - 2 février 2016 - 11:40
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Trading, Job Type: Open endedHours: 18 per week

Contract: Open-ended

Salary: £7,630 per annum

Interviews: 1 March 2016

 

 

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 skills...

Rights in Crisis Campaign Manager (INT2201)

Oxfam Great Britain - 2 février 2016 - 7:18
Region: HECA, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term Rights in Crisis Campaign Manager

Vacancy: Rights in Crisis Campaign Manager

Goma, RÉPUBLIQUE DÉMOCRATIQUE DU CONGO

Type of contract: 6 Months, Fixed term

Salary: Entre 27,550 - 36,547 £ Net per annum. Oxfam will meet the tax and social security liabilities of the post holder in relation to employment with Oxfam

 

Context:

The DRC Rights in Crisis Team is looking for enthusiastic advocacy expert to lead the campaign focusing on protection of civilians and the effects of conflict in the east of DRC.

The DRC Rights in Crisis Team uses their professional expertise in information, research, campaigns and advocacy to achieve Oxfam's goals and strategic aims. The Rights in Crisis team will take the lead...

Grants Officer-Financial Enablers Project (INT2207)

Oxfam Great Britain - 2 février 2016 - 5:15
Region: Asia, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term Grants Officer - Financial Enablers Project

Fixed term employment - Part-time (24 hrs./week)

 

JOB PURPOSE: 

Working in collaboration with the Financial Enablers Project Manager, this position assists in the management and delivery of the Project grants mechanism and contributes to overall project effectiveness and efficient project delivery. The post supports in ensuring that the grants review and selection process is implemented in a manner that is responsible, professional, financially sound, participatory, sensitive to local needs, culture and politics and in accordance with Start Network policies and procedures.

 

KEY ROLES and RESPONSIBILITIES:

The post holder will be responsible for the following:

 

Planning and Designing:Assists the Project Manager in developing, managing, delivering and...

HR MANAGER (Bangui, RCA)

Oxfam Intermón - 1 février 2016 - 20:00
Tipo  Plantilla Renvoi  99/15-16 Oficina  República Centroafricana (RCA)

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Responsabilités 

Fin 2013, des violences tragiques ont éclaté en République Centrafricaine, conduisant à une situation humanitaire chaotique, avec des déplacements forcés, la destruction de maisons et le pillage, des milliers de meurtres et toutes les formes de violations et d'exactions contre les hommes et les femmes.

En 2016, après 3 ans de conflit, le contexte de la RCA demeure l'une des pires crises de protection rencontrées par la communauté internationale au niveau mondial. Alors qu'il y a une relative amélioration continue de la situation de sécurité principalement à Bangui, les anti-Balaka et ex-Séléka, les deux groupes qui ont provoqué cette situation sans précédent ne sont plus les seuls responsables de l'insécurité en RCA. Des dizaines d'autres gangs, milices et groupes armés rendent chaque jour le défi de la sécurité et de l’accès humanitaire plus complexe.

Du fait d’une sérieuse dégradation de la situation humanitaire, Oxfam a mis en œuvre 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 HR Manager vise à fournir conseils et soutiens concernant la gestion RH et administrative de la mission d’Oxfam en RCA. Il a pour objectif de développer les stratégies et plans opérationnels RH nécessaires pour renforcer la performance du programme en RCA grâce à la qualité du travail de ses équipes et à l’appui du travail des postes directifs.

Responsabilités
Diriger et/ou accompagner tous les processus liés au cycle de vie des personnes dans l´organisation du pays (recrutement, sélection, embauche, formation et développement, gestion de la performance, gestion de conflits, départs, etc...) ;
Diriger, motiver et développer les personnes qui seront sous sa responsabilité ;
Diriger le développement de la stratégie RH, la garantir et en appuyer la mise en œuvre ;
Assurer l’application des politiques RH définies par Oxfam Intermon dans le pays et proposer des modifications si nécessaire ;
Assurer la gestion des conflits et processus disciplinaires en cas de besoin et assurer le flux de communication avec les personnes concernées ;
Appuyer la direction pays et les responsables d´équipe dans les tâches de gestion et de développement des personnes et dans le respect du cadre éthique de l´organisation ;
Répondre de manière efficace et efficiente aux besoins liés à la gestion des personnes en matière de réponse humanitaire ;
Mettre en place les meilleures pratiques en matière de responsabilité légale (législation du travail, législation fiscale, politiques internes pour le personnel national, etc.).

Profil requis 

Expérience impérative de 3 ans minimum dans des postes de management des Ressources Humaines au sein d’une ONG internationale ;
Expérience de 3 ans minimum dans la gestion Ressources Humaines du personnel sur le terrain dans des contextes volatiles et d’urgence humanitaire ;
Expérience avérée dans l’implémentation des procédures en Ressources Humaines, la gestion et la conduite du changement au sein des équipes ;
Maîtrise du Français. L’anglais est un plus ;
Informatique: Word, Excel indispensable ;
Formation en Ressources Humaines, Économie ou Administration et Direction des Entreprises ;
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 mission.

Conditions 

Poste basé à Bangui avec déplacements sur les bases.
Durée de la mission : 12 mois.
Rétribution selon l’échelle de salaire Oxfam Intermón.
Assurances, R&R toutes les 10 semaines, perdiem et logement guesthouse.
Date de départ : ASAP.

Comment postuler
Les personnes intéressées peuvent envoyer leur curriculum vitae et lettre de motivation à humanitarianstaff@IntermonOxfam.org, en indiquant la référence 99/15-16 HR RCA

La date de clôture pour le dépôt des dossiers de candidature est fixée au 15.02.2016
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.

15/02/2016 Idioma  FR

Programme Researcher on Economics & Gender Justice (CAP0189)

Oxfam Great Britain - 1 février 2016 - 17:02
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Campaigns, Policy & Influencing, Job Type: Open endedOxfam's Campaigns, Policy, and Influencing Team aims to strengthen the power of people to influence people with power. In order to have the greatest impact, we need robust evidence about gender (in)justices and positive alternatives. And we need you to make it happen.

 

The role

You will be based in Oxfam’s Research Team and will provide solid intellectual thinking and analysis on gender inequality and feminist economics. You will help implement Oxfam’s strategic goal of advancing gender justice and women’s rights by increasing its capacity to deliver gender-focused research and mainstream a critical gender perspective in all research. You will strengthen Oxfam’s contribution to the evidence base of economic indicators from a feminist economics’ perspective, including the unpaid economy and...

Digital Production Executive (COM0112)

Oxfam Great Britain - 1 février 2016 - 16:52
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Communications, Job Type: Open endedThe role
Join Oxfam GB's digital production team and make our online communications better than ever, in a fast-moving environment where you’ll have the freedom to shape and develop your role.

 

Managing multiple projects, you’ll design web pages, produce supporter emails and provide expert advice to stakeholders around the organisation. You'll influence the way Oxfam communicates digitally and ensure a high quality user experience. So as well as keeping your industry, technical and creative know-how up to date, you’ll need to build strong, productive relationships with people across Oxfam.

 

Who we're looking for
You'll have an expert knowledge of online communications and good HTML and CSS skills, and you will be no stranger to JavaScript, jQuery and SEO. Put...

Shop Manager (Knaresborough) (TRD0682)

Oxfam Great Britain - 1 février 2016 - 15:57
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Trading, Job Type: Open endedHours: 24 Per Week

Contract: Open Ended 

Salary: £10,774 Per Annum

Interviews: 24 February 2016 

 

 

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...

Women's Economic Development Project Manager (INT2206)

Oxfam Great Britain - 1 février 2016 - 15:30
Region: Middle East and Commonwealth of Independent States (MECIS), Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term The Role 

 

You will need to lead the overall Women's economic development programme in Jordan, working through staff, a partnership and alliance building approach. You will also be required to strengthen team and partners technical capacity to prepare for longer-term economic recovery and greater social resilience in Jordan.

 

About the MECIS Region

 

The Middle East and Commonwealth of Independent States (MECIS) region implements and manages programmes in Yemen, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Russia, Tajikistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia.

Programmes within the MECIS region reflect Oxfam’s approach to work across the globe. We support self-reliance, not dependency, and to complement our work on the ground we strive to secure lasting change through our campaigning.

Building a Strong Partnership: How to (Re-) Shape EU Cooperation with African, Caribbean & Pacific Countries

Oxfam EU blog - 1 février 2016 - 13:44

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

Credit/ Copyright: Anna Fawcus/ Oxfam America

Poffertjes and poverty are on the table for EU development ministers in Amsterdam tonight, as they get together for the first time this year. Over dinner, they will discuss the European Union’s future relations with African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries. The existing framework currently governing this partnership, the Cotonou Partnership Agreement, is due to expire in 2020. During the coming months, the EU will define its position for a follow-up deal, which will serve as a basis for future development cooperation. For the newly-agreed 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development with its Sustainable Development Goals to be effective, this new legally-binding agreement is instrumental.

Spiralling inequality and the devastating effects of climate change present enormous challenges for developing countries, particularly in Africa. The number of people living in extreme poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa is projected to increase by 50 million by 2030; inequality levels have reached unprecedented dimensions, with an Oxfam report showing that 62 super-rich people own as much as the poorest 3.7 billion. These pressing concerns must be placed at the centre of any future EU-ACP partnership agreement.

Guaranteeing aid and winning over the private sector

Official development aid remains a crucial tool for eradicating poverty and reducing inequality, as the stability of vital public services in the developing world depends on these funds. EU governments need to support public budgets in ACP countries with sufficient financing to make sure that all people can share in the benefits of human development and no one is left behind.

Aside from aid, the involvement of private-sector finance can play a significant role in complementing traditional development funding. But in order to make a positive contribution to development programmes, private sector partners have to respect the highest standards for human rights, social, and environmental protection. If poorly regulated and opaque, private finance can otherwise be counterproductive to development efforts, as it risks being secretive, risky and expensive.

Both public and private development finance flowing from the European Union to ACP countries need to comply with internationally agreed principles to ensure the effectiveness of development cooperation. But even so, in the long haul neither traditional foreign aid nor funds from the private sector will be able to keep the development engine running. With new challenges mounting up, additional funding sources for development programmes are absolutely essential.

Fair taxation as a development springboard

When fairly structured and transparent, taxation would be an ideal source for mobilising such additional finance from within developing countries themselves. Tax revenues could not only fill the gaps in development financing, but also mitigate existing financial dependencies.

However, tax systems in many African, Caribbean and Pacific countries are not yet fit to facilitate this, since tax rules are globally rigged in favour of the wealthy and powerful. The European Union has to lead the global movement for tax justice. If it were to counter harmful tax practices in member states that facilitate corporate tax avoidance, not only would this mean that EU-based multinationals operating in ACP countries can no longer shift their profits into EU tax havens, but putting its own house in order would also set a good example for partner countries.

New funds for new challenges

The urgent need for additional funding sources becomes exemplarily clear when considering the already devastating human cost of climate change. Alone the adaptation to climate change has been estimated to cost developing countries up to $500 billion every year by 2050.

Political dialogue and technical arrangements have helped to anchor climate action across all levels of the current Cotonou agreement. But new and additional public finance for climate adaptation is much needed.

The European Union is the world’s third biggest emitter of greenhouse gases, making it highly responsible for global warming and the unfolding climate catastrophe. EU leaders cannot shy away from mobilising sufficient public money to fund climate change adaptation in the developing countries whose people are least to blame for, but hit hardest by the effects of climate change.

That additional public sources for financing climate adaptation in ACP countries are already within close reach should make this easy: the financial transaction tax is fully conceptualised and a carbon pricing scheme already working. Now these funds only have to be earmarked for supporting adaptation measures.

A holistic development agenda to boost global justice

The ultimate goals of eradicating poverty and reducing extreme inequality must be fully reflected throughout the new partnership agreement with African, Caribbean and Pacific countries. Leaving no one behind requires political ambition and determined action that reaches beyond development policy. As the EU’s partnership with ACP countries comprises more than just a development dimension, extending to economic and trade cooperation, European leaders must ensure that no parts of the agreement aggravate inequality or work against the aim of helping people to lift themselves out of poverty. The same applies to all new and existing EU policies, including in areas like taxation, which need to be fully aligned with the Union’s guidance on policy coherence for sustainable development.

Defining a new standard for global development cooperation

By promoting a holistic development agenda within and outside of the upcoming renegotiation, the EU will also be in an ideal position to strengthen the voices of marginalised people and their communities. This way, vulnerable groups are in a better position to hold their governments accountable and press for positive changes.

At the same time, developing countries themselves must be given greater ownership of the development process to sustain it in the long term. Only such eye-to-eye development cooperation can ensure that the sustainable development goals (SDGs) are met by 2030. A future EU-ACP partnership agreement that spearheads development sustainability in such a way is bound to gain political weight at the global level and lead the international development discourse.

We can end extreme poverty and hunger within our lifetime. For this to happen, EU development ministers negotiating the next EU-ACP partnership agreement must not only talk the talk, but walk the walk.

Festivals Manager (MKT0190)

Oxfam Great Britain - 1 février 2016 - 10:24
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Fundraising & Supporter Marketing, Job Type: Open endedOxfam puts volunteers at the heart of the UK's greatest music festivals.

 

We are looking for a leader to deliver our stewarding and campaign presence at these festivals.

 

If you are passionate about events, a skilled project manager, have demonstrable health & safety experience and can inspire and motivate staff and volunteers, we'd love to hear from you.

 

This is an exciting time for the festivals team as we are making plans for growth this role will get to shape the future.

 

Interviews will be held 16 February 2016.

 

Download the attached Job Profile for the Key Responsibilities and Skills & Competencies for this role

Donor and Reporting Accountant (FIN0184)

Oxfam Great Britain - 1 février 2016 - 9:19
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Finance & IS, Job Type: Fixed Term Type of contract: Fixed-term 12 months         Full-time (36 hours)

Salary: £18,690 basic plus £1,615 hotspot allowance per annum

 

OXFAM PURPOSE: To work with others to find lasting solutions to poverty and suffering

 

JOB PURPOSE:  To provide accounting and contract management support for restricted and unrestricted projects in CPIT and PSIT.

 

REPORTING LINES:

Postholder reports to:  Campaigns Finance Manager. Dotted line to PSIT Finance Manager.

Staff reporting to this post:  None

 

DIMENSIONS:Provision of finance information from a variety of sources;Support Programme and Project Managers and members of the Campaigns, Policy & Influencing Team (CPIT) and Programme Strategy Impact Team (PSIT) in the management of restricted and...

Pakistan Country Director (INT2205)

Oxfam Great Britain - 1 février 2016 - 8:09
Region: Asia, Division: International, Job Type: Open endedThe Role as Country Director

 

As an inspiring leader, you will lead a team of 95 staff and a change agenda for Oxfam’s programme in Pakistan. We have recently developed a new 5 – year strategy, with a focus on Food Security, Gender Justice and Humanitarian Capacity, and it will be an exciting time to join the team. We are seeking to use our local level experiences for policy advocacy work for wider and deeper impact. We explore innovative ways to work with the private sector in a way that it benefits the poor and especially women. Your energy and drive will make this happen, in partnership with actors from civil society, private sector, and Government.

 

Our work is...

Regional Change Manager, West Africa (WAF) (INT2204)

Oxfam Great Britain - 29 janvier 2016 - 13:22
Region: West Africa, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term Regional Change Manager, West Africa (WAF)

Oxfam is a world-wide development organization that mobilizes the power of people against poverty.

We are looking for a Regional Change Manager, West Africa (WAF)

 Context

 Oxfam International and its 17 affiliates worldwide have embarked on an ambitious ‘Vision2020’ strategic change process, building on all changes in the past few years. Top level decisions have been made by senior management and the confederation is ready to move into the next phase of implementation at country, regional and global levels.

The changes are expected to have a profound impact on much of our work on the ground and globally, as well as on the way we organize ourselves, our structures, staff and relationships with other...

Buyer/ Communications Officer (FIN0179)

Oxfam Great Britain - 29 janvier 2016 - 11:50
Region: United Kingdom, Division: Finance & IS, Job Type: Open endedOXFAM PURPOSE: Oxfam is a global movement for change. A network that empowers individuals, communities and organisations to build a future free from poverty.

 

TEAMS PURPOSE:  To responsibly procure & deliver the goods & services Oxfam needs.

 

JOB PURPOSE:      To develop, review and deliver consistent, appropriate and good quality communications. Act as first point of contact for queries about Central Procurement and provide general advice and support. To provide procurement, project and administration support, to enable high performance procurement.

 

The Central Procurement Team is looking for a dynamic & motivated Buyer and Communication Officer. This exiting role will suit somebody with communication experience to be able to coordinate the communications for the whole department and...

MEAL Capacity Builder (INT2203)

Oxfam Great Britain - 29 janvier 2016 - 9:53
Region: Asia, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term Monitoring Evaluation Accountability Learning (MEAL) Capacity Builder

 

Only applicable for Nepali Nationals

 

Contract Duration – Fixed term contract until March 2017 based in Kathmandu

 

 Level – C2

 

Job Purpose: To support and build capacities of MEAL and programme teams, especially at district and project level, in order to ensure the effective implementation, coordination and standardization of MEAL frameworks and systems for the Country Programme in accordance with Oxfam standards.

 

The Role:

As MEAL Capacity Builder, you will be required to support programme/project planning processes, particularly on logic of intervention (development of logical frameworks and MEAL plans), and contribute to ensuring adherence to Oxfam’s programme quality standards. You need to...

Funding Coordinator (INT2202)

Oxfam Great Britain - 29 janvier 2016 - 9:40
Region: Asia, Division: International, Job Type: Fixed Term Funding Coordinator

 

Only applicable for Nepali Nationals

 

Contract Duration – Fixed term contract until March 2017 based in Kathmandu

 

Level – C2

Job Purpose: To strategically develop and manage new and existing donor relationships and funding for the Nepal Country Programmes (Sustainable Development Programme and Humanitarian Programme), leading on the planning, coordination, securing and management of restricted and unrestricted income to enable Oxfam in Nepal to deliver on the country programme strategy. Building the capacity for quality fundraising and contract management within the country programme is also part of the job.

 

The Role:
As a Funding Coordinator, you will require to lead on establishing and maintaining an up-to-date funding strategy for Oxfam’s...

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