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Country Director, Myanmar
Overview The organisation recruiting for this position is currently remaining anonymous. Reporting to the head of
Womankind Worldwide is a UK-based international development and women’s rights organisation working in partnership with other women’s rights organisations to transform the lives of women. The Chief Executive Officer provides vision, leadership and inspiration to Womankind Worldwide, and will implement the outcomes of the newly reviewed organisational strategy.
Programme Officer, Afghanistan – CAFOD
Oxford HR is working with CAFOD to fill the role of Programme Officer, Afghanistan for their London office. The purpose of this role is to contribute to CAFOD’s involvement in Afghanistan in line with the agreed strategy, by taking the lead on the day-to-day management of CAFOD-supported programmes and partnerships. The role will involve frequent travel to Afghanistan (approximately 12 weeks per year).
Human Resources Director
IFAD are seeking a dynamic, international, senior HR professional to become their Director of Human Resources, based in Rome. This is a tremendous opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to IFAD’s work: achieving development that is inclusive, sustainable and people-centered.
You will lead a dedicated team of HR professionals and will play a pivotal role in ensuring that IFAD delivers against their overarching goal of rural transformation, with special focus on smallholder agriculture in rural areas in the Post-2015 Development Agenda.
This is a life changing prospect, affording the successful candidate the chance to work at the centre of a global hub.
Gatsby Africa Regional Security Manager
Do you have substantial experience as a safety and security advisor / manager for an international development organisation in East Africa? The Gatsby Charitable Foundation is looking for a Regional Security Manager to champion safety and security across Gatsby’s Africa portfolio, providing central oversight and coordination on all safety and security matters.