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Deputy Director, Gender Responsive Agriculture

Are you passionate about driving the gender responsive agriculture agenda across sub-Saharan Africa? Do you have substantial experience of working in Africa in research, and/or the international development environment with a proven track record in monitoring and evaluation, knowledge management, communication, or public relations?

African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD) is accelerating agricultural gains across Sub-Saharan Africa by investing in the scientific and leadership skills of Africa’s leading women agricultural scientists. This position will work closely with the Director on major initiatives that raise AWARD’s regional and global profile as a leader in the Gender Responsive Agriculture Agenda. The incumbent will oversee AWARD’s Monitoring, Learning & Evaluation, Communications, and Data Analysis units, ensuring that they support the program (both internally and externally) in building an expertly informed focus on gender responsive agriculture for Africa. The ideal candidate will be a compelling leader, able to translate data on gender and agriculture into compelling narratives and action points, and share these in a variety of formats with key in the agricultural sector.


Kampala, Uganda

Project Director

Malaria Consortium is one of the world’s leading non-profit organisations dedicated to the comprehensive control of malaria and other communicable diseases. Malaria Consortium works with communities, government and others to ensure good evidence supports delivery of effective services, providing technical support for monitoring and evaluation of programmes. Oxford HR is working with Malaria Consortium in their search for a Project Director to lead their ground-breaking ACCESS SMC initiative.



Head of Acquisition

Oxfam is a globally renowned aid and development charity with 70 years experience of working and campaigning with partners in over 90 countries worldwide. It is UK’s biggest development charity, and the best known.

As The Head of Acquisition you will engage with the general public, corporate partners, major donors and trusts in such a way that income for Oxfam GB is generated and grown on a sustainable basis.

you will develop sources of income from mass-market public fundraising through the cultivation of long term donor relationships and manage team of marketing / fundraising professionals to acquire new financial supporters targeting a lifetime value ROI of 2:1 or better.

you will lead the thinking of a team of 10 on marketing planning across Oxfam –working closely with other teams and reporting to the Head of Public Fundraising.


High Wycombe (UK) with frequent

Head of Research

As Head of Research you will be an experienced researcher, with a strong background and interest in poverty research. You will have the expertise, passion and gravitas to lead, manage and mentor a growing research team in conducting impact evaluations, panel surveys and cross sectional surveys in East Africa and beyond, whilst providing an exceptional service to our clients and maintaining and developing EDI’s contribution to the development debate in both the academic and policy worlds.


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