Power Up! Programme Coordinator

Power Up!
Women Advocate for Bodies, Voices and Resources Consortium
JOB DESCRIPTION
Job Title:   Programme Coordinator
Location: Based in the Netherlands
Salary: Competitive; based on location and experience
Status: Full time
Reports to:        PowerUp! Steering Committee, with direct supervision by JASS’ Director of Evaluation and Funding Partnerships
Deadline:        Mar 12, 2021
The Power Up! Consortium, an alliance of women’s rights organisations including JASS (Just Associates), Coalition of African Lesbians (CAL), Yayasan Pemberdayaan Perempuan Kepala Keluarga (PEKKA), and Gender at Work (G@W), is seeking a Programme  Coordinator to support our partnership. Power Up! works in strategic partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands (MFA).
Collaborating in a 5-year programme (2021-2025), the Consortium will engage with women human rights defenders (WHRD) and their organisations and networks to build, organise, mobilise and transform power around three strategic agendas – bodies, voices and resources. Our aims are the prevention and elimination of sexual and gender-based violence against women and girls; strengthening women’s leadership and women’s participation in (political) decision-making; and strengthening women’s strategies for economic resilience and stability, including access to and control of resources and land. Within this, the partnership focuses on ampliyfing the voices, agency and leadership of  constituencies that have been marginalised in their communities and social movements (LBQ women, HIV+ women, sex workers, women workers and rural and indigenous women). Their capacity to sustain pressure and influence policies, resources, institutions, and social norms is essential to the advancement of gender equality and women’s rights at all levels and to ensure women’s greater safety in the face of increased backlash and violence.
The consortium’s work is spread across 6 geographic regions (17 countries) and prioritizes Eastern Africa, Southern Africa and South and Southeast Asia. The joint initiative is led by a Steering Committee (SC), consisting of Executive Directors, or their equivalent roles, of the partner organisations.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
● Facilitate effective coordination among partners, ensuring that planning processes harness the unique and complementary strengths that each partner brings to the collaboration; help build strategic connections and relationships of trust between partners;
● Facilitate communication and information sharing among partners, including around expectations, deliverables, deadlines, operational limits and challenges, political and other pressures and priorities;
● Build relationships with relevant members of the MFA and stay abreast of Dutch priorities and key spaces to be able to advise partners on opportunities for advocacy, engagement and visibility of Power Up!; and support the lead in managing the relationship;
● Support effective co-implementation and assessment of the Consortium’s programme and operations; ensure compliance with obligations including PMEL;
● Provide the Steering Committee with timely and accurate information; support collaborative decision-making and document the process for internal reference; closely monitor and support the SC’s work to: ensure cohesion and make decisions regarding overall strategic direction, plans, budget, and opportunities; ensure the Consortium is on track to deliver envisioned programme impact; problem solve when challenges or conflicts arise; adjust programme goals, processes, and products in line with changing circumstances and dynamics; steer the programme where necessary;
● Lead on politically positioning Power Up! in our different spheres of influence to advance the consortium’s advocacy agenda
MAIN ACTIVITIES
● Manage the full Power Up! programme plan and budget;
● Support the implementation of Power Up!’s joint advocacy agenda and develop coordinated advocacy plans;
● Coordinate monthly Steering Committee meetings that guide strategy, ensure the programme and strategy are on track, and raise and address financial, contextual, or organizational issues;
● Coordinate regular information flows, communication and meetings amongst partners, and communication between the Consortium and third parties, such as the MFA; engage consultants as needed;
● Coordinate partners around joint meetings and activities, including an annual consortium-wide meeting (virtual or in person) to reflect on progress and draw lessons and insights from activities;
● Coordinate the strategic and annual planning processes of the Consortium, including internal evaluations;
● Coordinate the Consortium’s embassy engagement strategy, supporting strategic and aligned engagement across countries that maximizes influence and impact and reduces duplication of work; engage with the MFA and Embassies as a representative of the Consortium as necessary;
● Represent the Consortium in events, conferences and relevant fora, when required;
● Promote and practice a culture of openness, transparency and mutual accountability among partners; cultivate opportunities for fun engagement, as a valuable ingredient to the health of the Consortium
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
● Commitment to women’s rights, feminism and social justice;
● Minimum 3-5 years demonstrated experience coordinating programmes involving multiple partners across different regions in the global south;
● Strong working knowledge of international development, women’s human rights, social justice and feminist movement building demonstrated through a minimum of five years of relevant work experience; experience in/knowledge of at least one of Power Up’s regions strongly preferred;
● Experience in lobbying and engaging the Dutch MFA, and other international bodies preferred;
● Proven managerial experience with professionals from diverse backgrounds;
● Strong project management and analytical skills; ability to manage competing priorities and organise complex work streams;
● Proven process facilitation skills, including aptitude for building trust and addressing tensions in a way that strengthens partnerships;
● Ability to take initiative, contribute to quick decision making, and problem solve;
● Strong ability to work both independently and as a member of a project team;
● Superior verbal and written communications, negotiation and interpersonal skills;
● Interest and ability to travel occasionally;
● Fluency in English and Dutch proficiency required.
HOW TO APPLY
Send the following materials (in English) to demetri@justassociates.org with the subject ‘Power Up Application – YOUR NAME’:
1. Full CV (detailing the nature, scope and scale of responsibilities held)
2. A letter of intent highlighting relevant skills and experience for this position (please note where you learned about the vacancy)
3. Names and contact details of 2 professional references
The deadline for applications is March 12, 2021. Due to the volume of applicants, only candidates who advance to interviews will be contacted. The successful candidate is expected to assume the role as soon as possible. Power Up! is not able to support visa or relocation costs.
JASS is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating an equitable, inclusive, feminist working environment for all employees. We value and are enriched by diversity and our leadership, staff, culture and structures reflect this. We strongly encourage qualified candidates of all races, ethnicities, colors, religions, gender identities, gender expressions, sexual orientations and abilities to apply.

Call for tender: Development and delivery of a Safeguarding training tool

Background:

Womankind Worldwide is a global women’s rights organisation working in partnership with women’s rights movements and organisations to transform the lives of women and girls. We strengthen and support women’s movements in our focus countries in Africa and Asia, and take collective action at regional and global levels, to ensure women’s voices are heard, their rights are realised, and their lives are free from violence.

Womankind is in the inception phase of a new 5-year multi-partner, multi-country, policy and advocacy programme – Advancing Women’s Engagement: Strengthening Opportunities to Mobilise for Equality (AWESOME). AWESOME is funded by the Netherlands government under Power of Women funding framework and will focus on strengthening women’s movements in Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda to be more representative of diverse groups of women, including women with disabilities, resulting in a stronger collective voice to challenge social norms and influence policies and key decisions affecting them.

The AWESOME programme focuses on two themes including Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) and Women’s Participation and Leadership (WPL) including political leadership. It works at three levels: self- to provide safe spaces for Women’s Rights Organisations (WROs) including those led by women with disabilities, activists and young women to come together to increase collaboration and solidarity; society – to ensure greater willingness and support to challenge harmful gender norms and attitudes; and formal institutions – to improve the policy and legal framework for the realisation of women’s rights.

We will implement the AWESOME programme as a consortium of seven organisations including Womankind as the lead organisation. Partners implementing the project in the three focus countries are:

• Ethiopia: Siiqqee Women’s Development Association (SWDA)

• Ethiopia: Ethiopian Women with Disabilities National Association (EWDNA)

• Kenya: Federation of Women Lawyers, Kenya (FIDA-Kenya)

• Kenya: Women Challenged to Challenge (WCC)

• Uganda: Forum for Women in Democracy (FOWODE)

• Uganda: National Union of Women with Disabilities of Uganda (NUWODU)

We are seeking a Consultant, with a proven background in developing training materials/tools on safeguarding, child protection and prevention of sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment (“PSEAH”), to design and deliver a comprehensive safeguarding package to all consortium partners as part of our programme inception phase.

B. Scope:

This assignment is to develop a training package for Womankind programme staff, programme partners and selected stakeholders with responsibility for developing and implementing safeguarding policies and procedures within their organisation. We want to focus on both safeguarding leads and any staff member or associate who will be working with individuals involved in programme activities. We want to raise awareness of safeguarding and reporting mechanisms, with particular attention to PSEAH. The training package should cover the following aspects:

What is safeguarding? An explanation of what safeguarding means in general and then in the context of the women’s rights and disability rights movements in UK and in East African countries we work in, the programme, and why it is important
Key safeguarding standards in these sectors and their application to our context
The types of abuse incorporated by the term safeguarding and key aspects arising:
o Outline who is abused and those at greater risk

o The gendered nature of abuse & power differentials (also between staff & individuals involved in programme activities)

o The behaviour of programme staff that targeted individuals should expect (referencing code of conduct & international regulations)

o How victims and survivors are affected and respond; and the pressures on them

o The barriers survivors may face & how programme staff should help overcome such barriers

The available mechanisms for prevention, reporting, response and learning approach in safeguarding
How to conduct a safeguarding risk assessment – within an individual, programme and organisational context
The process of reviewing safeguarding policies and procedures for an organisation to identify gaps and steps to address these, including how to support programme partners and contractors to improve safeguarding in programmes
Contribute to an organisational culture that is supportive of safeguarding in line with feminist values and principles
Share best practices in the sector of practising a culture of zero tolerance to sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment in organisations and in programme implementation.
C. Objectives

The objectives of this training package are:

A shared understanding of Safeguarding and all associated aspects in the operating context of both the programme and individual organisations
A shared programme approach to tackling safeguarding risk, prevention, reporting, response and learning
Training tools are appropriate, inclusive and relevant, with consideration of contexts of countries AWESOME is operating in
Training tools explain how staff and people in our target groups of all ages and abilities can raise concerns and convey expected standards of behaviour of programme staff with reference to relevant the policies and procedures of AWESOME partners.
Training materials are inclusive, accessible and easily understood by speakers of other languages and physical disabilities.
D. Approach

Womankind anticipates that the development of the training package will involve a multi-disciplinary team and approaches. The evaluation should prioritise participatory, African and intersectional feminist approaches and meaningful engagement with our staff, trustees, partners, and wider stakeholders as necessary. Engagement should include:

Desk review of documents and policies that are relevant to the training package development, including those belonging to Womankind and our partners, to identify gaps and points of action to follow up.
Literature review of existing relevant minimum standards to ensure the deliverables meet minimum standards and additional supporting documents.
Meetings with key AWESOME programme staff and partners as required – with as minimum, a set up meeting, a review meeting and a final meeting.
Consultation during production with relevant Womankind staff to ensure that all materials and tools are fully approved by Womankind, before they are finalized.
E. Deliverables:

The training package should consist of a minimum of:

A PowerPoint presentation for staff, delivered by an experienced trainer.
The PowerPoint presentation should be developed in such a way that it could be converted into a web-based tool for refresher and induction purposes
Relevant handouts to accompany the PowerPoint
Practical resources that can be used to raise awareness such as posters, call cards and leaflets.
All training materials should appropriately reflect and reference Womankind’s Safeguarding and other relevant policies and be in a form that can be delivered online given the working context being imposed as a result of Covid-19.
Materials should be delivered in English but fully accessible, both for those with English as a second language and also for those with audio / visual impairments.

F. Suggested Timeframe

Deadline for proposal submission 11th March

Interview w/c 15th March

Proposal selection and decision communicated 19th March

Initial meeting w/c 22nd March

Draft training package received 5th April

Feedback on training package 12th April

Training package finalised w/c 19th April

Training delivered w/c 26th April

G. Requirements of your Proposal

Interested consultants should submit a proposal to Womankind that covers the following aspects. These aspects will comprise the criteria against which proposals will be assessed:

Demonstrate your understanding of the terms of reference and any amendments, if any, you would propose.
A concise draft methodology demonstrating your overall approach.
Demonstrate your ability to deliver training flexibly and effectively considering countries we work in and Covid era context.
A detailed CV demonstrating relevant skills and expertise, supported by relevant references.
A draft work plan including an indicative timetable detailing key tasks.
A draft budget. It is anticipated that the budget will not exceed £5,000, including VAT.
An example of similar work demonstrating capability with respect to this ToR. (To be reviewed in confidence).
D. Data and Documents to be provided

1. Womankind Safeguarding policy and procedures

2. Womankind Code of Conduct

3. Womankind Complaints Handling procedures

4. AWESOME

Please direct any questions to Katy Wright (katyw@womankind.org.uk), AWESOME Programme Manager at Womankind by 4th March 2021.

Proposals should be submitted to Katy Wright (katyw@womankind.org.uk), AWESOME Programme Manager at Womankind by 11th March 2021.

Notification of evaluation of proposals: 19th March.

Programme Management Officer: Advancing Women’s Engagement: Strengthening Opportunities to Mobilise for Equality (AWESOME)

Womankind is seeking a highly skilled feminist Programme Management Officer to support a 5-year multi-partner, multi-country, policy and advocacy programme that began in January 2021. This circa €10 million programme funded by the Netherlands government under Power of Women funding framework focuses on strengthening women’s movements in Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda to be more representative of diverse groups of women, including women with disabilities, resulting in a stronger collective voice to challenge social norms and influence policies and key decisions affecting them.

We are looking for a dynamic, detail-oriented and passionate feminist Programme Management Officer to join the team. Specifically, we are looking for someone who has strong project cycle management skills. In addition, the successful candidate will have experience of working on high-value programmes and will demonstrate their creativity, flexibility and down-to-earth approach when it comes to working in a multidisciplinary project team. You will be working with partners and colleagues in different countries so cultural sensitivity and understanding is a must, as is being adaptable, especially considering the context of COVID-19.

This position is located in the UK.

Salary £30,587 per annum plus pension contribution.

Deadline for applications: Monday 22 March 2021 12:00 noon 1st round interviews: w/c 29 March 2021 TBC 2nd round interviews: TBC

Role Purpose

In this role, you will be responsible for supporting the Programme Manager: AWESOME and project team, coordinating this exciting 5-year advocacy focused programme, Advancing Women’s Engagement: Strengthening Opportunities to Mobilise for Equality (AWESOME). This innovative programme will be jointly implemented by Womankind partners in Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda, managed and closely supported by Womankind.

The AWESOME programme focuses on two themes including Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) and Women’s Participation and Leadership (WPL) including political leadership. It works at three levels: self- to provide safe spaces for Women’s Rights Organisations (WROs) including those led by women with disabilities, activists and young women to come together to increase collaboration and solidarity; society – to ensure greater willingness and support to challenge harmful gender norms and attitudes; and formal institutions – to improve the policy and legal framework for the realisation of women’s rights.

We are implementing the AWESOME programme as a consortium of seven organisations including Womankind as the lead organisation. The post holder will support the implementation of all the programme activities, working closely with the project team at Womankind, the six programme partners and the Joint Consortium Steering Committee (JCSC). Partners implementing the project in the three focus countries are:

Ethiopia: Siiqqee Women’s Development Association (SWDA)
Ethiopia: Ethiopian Women with Disabilities National Association (EWDNA)
Kenya: Federation of Women Lawyers, Kenya (FIDA-Kenya)
Kenya: Women Challenged to Challenge (WCC)
Uganda: Forum for Women in Democracy (FOWODE)
Uganda: National Union of Women with Disabilities of Uganda (NUWODU)
This role forms part of the AWESOME project team at Womankind which includes Director Policy and Communications, Director Programmes and Learning, Programme Manager, 2 Policy and Advocacy Managers, Impact and Learning Advisor, and the Projects Finance Manager.

The successful applicant will work closely with the Programme Manager: AWESOME to ensure coherence and consistency of approach, ideas and activities. They will make a strong contribution to the work and aims of Womankind with the scope to further develop and gain a wide range of practical experience and skills, in accordance with our feminist principles and approach.

The role reports to the Programme Manager: AWESOME. The role has four key areas of responsibility:

Project and Consortium Management Support:

Support the Programme Manager by coordinating day to day programme activity as per the programme plan in collaboration with the project team and partners;
Support and contribute to the effective coordination of consortium partners and Womankind AWESOME project team so that the programme is implemented in an efficient manner and delivers a coherent and useful body of evidence and learning;
Support project delivery through arranging logistics as per project need whether for partners, colleagues or other stakeholders;
Support in the recruitment of suitable consultants as required;
Engage with Womankind AWESOME team members, consortium partners and stakeholders as they deliver activities;
Support the production of programme research and documentation through quality checking and assurance to ensure they meet required standards;
Coordinate programme communications including all meetings and the maintenance of effective communication channels;
Support the Programme Manager and Projects Finance Manager to manage the AWESOME budget, including all associated project activity within budget, and support the programme team to ensure the effective and efficient management of delegated budget in accordance with Womankind’s financial procedures and local governance regulations;
Adopt and promote best feminist practice in all aspects of the role including in relation to the wider organisation and Womankind’s programmes and partnerships approach and best practices of feminist ways of working.
Programme Governance Support:

Provide support for Joint Consortium Steering Committee (JCSC) meetings, and attend and document programme meetings;
Contribute to reporting processes at Womankind to ensure high quality narrative and financial work plans and reports, grant management, monitoring and evaluation, linking and learning, and financial management – in collaboration with other Womankind colleagues;
Contribute to all necessary or ongoing partner due diligence in collaboration with other Womankind colleagues;
Contribute to regular progress reports for key stakeholders including donor reporting;
Contribute to project and funder administration and record keeping to ensure that it is delivered with excellence;
Contribution to knowledge and evidence base:

Contribute to effective and appropriate technical monitoring, evaluation, and learning processes for the AWESOME programme in collaboration with the Impact and Learning Advisor
Contribute to the work of the communications team through drafting content on the AWESOME programme for the website and social media channels.
Representation:

Serve as a programme representative and be an active participant in cross-departmental initiatives and information sharing activities as determined by the Programme Manager.
The role may also undertake other responsibilities not outlined above which are commensurate with a role of this nature and which will be discussed and agreed with the line manager.

The role must be committed to the mission, vision, values and aims of Womankind Worldwide as it seeks to support and speak out about women’s human rights and development internationally.

All posts are expected to contribute towards developing a supportive working environment at Womankind and to demonstrate commitment to Womankind’s values and ways of working.

Ability and willingness to travel:

This post may travel between 2-4 weeks per year.

Skills and Experience

Essential:

Demonstrable experience of supporting the implementation of international programmes to a high standard, preferably for the promotion of women’s human rights and gender equality that are multinational and/or multi-stakeholder in scope;
Demonstrable experience of working with civil society actors, including women’s movements, and/or membership movements, networks or coalitions.
Demonstrable experience of working within a multi-disciplinary programme team including on programmes funded by statutory donors, with a strong familiarity with government mechanisms, policies, guidelines and restrictions;
Demonstrable ability in administration, financial management, grant compliance and management, and tracking activity performance and costs;
Demonstrated facilitation and collaboration skills;
Ability to assimilate and analyse information quickly and accurately;
Experience of contributing to reports (narrative and financial) to donors;
Experience of working with partner organisations located outside the UK with the ability to work with people from different cultural backgrounds and in different cultural settings;
Demonstrable skills and track record as a strong, collegial team player who contributes to a creative and supportive work environment;
Very strong interpersonal, communication and writing skills (in English);
Ability to work autonomously and manage own portfolio of work;
Comfortable planning and delivering multiple activities under pressure to strict deadlines and high levels of precision.
Advanced ICT skills and experience of developing and using the systems required within a dynamic, multinational and inclusive environment.
Desirable:

Experience of working on women’s human rights, and/or the rights of persons with disabilities including work with Women’s Rights Organisations and those led by women with disabilities
Experience of living and working in the global South.
Terms and conditions:

Hours

35 hours

Salary

£30,587 per annum

Contract

Permanent

Probationary period

6 months

Holidays

28 days per annum plus statutory holidays (3 of these days are to be taken over the Christmas and new year period when the office is closed).

Pension

Womankind has a contributory pension scheme in place

Other benefits

We offer a wide range of flexible working options, enhanced maternity leave, group pension scheme and free eye tests

 

This position is located in the UK.

How to apply

To apply for this position please go to Womankind’s recruitment portal and follow the links for more details about what we require: https://careers.womankind.org.uk/

Womankind Worldwide welcomes all applicants and values diversity. We are committed to being an equal opportunities employer.

Due to the high volume of applications we receive, we regret we will not be able to respond personally to applicants who are not shortlisted. If you have not heard from us within three weeks from the closing date, please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occasion. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Deadline for applications: Monday 22 March 2021 12:00 noon

1st round interviews: w/c 29 March 2021 TBC

2nd round interviews: TBC

Paid Internship (full-time)

BB Partners: Advisory for Changemakers, is opening an internship position for candidates with particular interest in media relations, social impact and international development.
We work with individuals and organisations to tackle urgent challenges and seize opportunities through communications, campaigns and partnerships.
If you are interested in world-changing causes, want to learn how to devise and develop successful campaigns and to hone your practical experience in communications sector then BB Partners is a company for you!
We are in the ‘start-up’ phase of our business and enjoy the freedom and flexibility that it brings, while having to muck in on all aspects of running a business, new business and client work.
————- JOB DESCRIPTION —————
Start date:  ASAP (3 months with a possibility to extend)
Salary:  in accordance with London living wage
Location: the role will be work-from-home until further notice. Following restrictions lifting, all BB Partners employees will enjoy a mixture of office and home working.
Qualifications:
• A degree in politics, communications, or related humanistic studies
• Strong verbal and written communication skills
• Solid understanding of social media
• Proficient with Microsoft Excel and other Microsoft Office applications
Benefits:
• Contributing to the culture of a small team
• Being a part of creative and content brainstorms
• Gaining practical experience in communications sector working directly with clients
• Shadowing, mentoring, and training opportunities with skilled professionals
Tasks will include:
• Drafting content including press releases, social media posts, news stories, articles, case studies and product pieces
• Monitoring media coverage and report results to the wider team and clients
• Drafting analytics reports on social media, reporting on traffic, engagement and follower figures
• Handling clients’ social media accounts such as their Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn page
• Assisting with mailings and print production
• Creating interview preparation materials
• Compiling contact lists
• Creating or updating databases
You’ll enjoy the job if you’re:
• A team player
• Interested in international affairs and state of the world
• Happy communicating regularly and being in touch with various stakeholders at any one time
• A self-starter
• Happy to muck in and get things done
• Interested in every day being different
• Flexible and happy to adapt
• Happy and exciting by the prospect of being part of a start-up
• A stickler for the detail

CEO – ActionAid UK

This is an exciting opportunity to help us create a world without poverty and injustice in which every person enjoys the right to a life with dignity. As our next CEO you will steer us to deliver our mission, embrace our feminist behaviours, and help us to continuously strengthen our inclusive and equitable culture.

ActionAid UK is a member of the ActionAid Federation, an international charity that works with women and girls living in poverty in 43 countries to end violence and fight poverty so that all women, everywhere, can create the future they want.

This is an exciting opportunity to help us create a world without poverty and injustice in which every person enjoys the right to a life with dignity. As our next CEO you will steer us to deliver our mission, embrace our feminist behaviours, and help us to continuously strengthen our inclusive and equitable culture.

Reporting to the Board of Trustees, you will be responsible for leading our activities in the UK whilst also playing a key role as a peer within the wider Federation. These activities include raising funds, campaigning, and lobbying those in positions of power for change, as well as building a strong organisational profile externally, and building recognition of our work with communities focused on the rights of women and girls living in poverty in the Global South.

You will be building on a strong foundation and working with a talented, passionate and innovative team across ActionAid UK, the Board and the wider Federation to make this a reality.

You will directly manage the Senior Leadership Team and will be ultimately responsible for circa 210 staff in the UK and the sustainable generation and growth of our annual income (currently circa £50 million).

You will be able to easily engage with our stakeholders, including supporters and influencers here in the UK and colleagues from around the ActionAid International Federation.

You will have substantial senior leadership experience within a complex large organisation, or current CEO experience, with the ability to lead a diverse and collaborative Senior Leadership Team as ‘first among equals’. You will also need the nous to lead us in a challenging external and funding environment.

It’s important to us that as our new CEO you have a deep interest in international development and women’s rights, that creating a genuinely inclusive and equitable culture matters to you, that you will take every opportunity to work in collaboration with international colleagues, and that you are passionate about making a real and lasting difference to the lives of the world’s poorest women and girls. If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you.

ActionAid is committed to supporting flexible working. If you would like to discuss flexible working options, there will be space to do so during the application process.

Application Process:

If you wish to have an informal discussion about the opportunity, have any queries on any aspect of the appointment process, or need additional information, please contact Andrea Metcalf, andrea.metcalf@actionaid.org or jobsuk@actionaid.org.

Initial assessment centre to be scheduled w/c 15th March.

Interviews will take place on 26th March.