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London/ Flexible

Stakeholder Relations Manager

This is a new role for SAN, previously covered by the Executive Director, and the first recruit in Europe. Due to expansion and global presence, it is now key to appoint a European expert on Stakeholder Relations Management.The Stakeholder Relations Manager will lead SAN’s engagement with governments, companies, NGOs and workers’ organizations, in Europe. S/he will operate under the guidance of the SAN Executive Director and work closely with SAN’s Standards and Policy, Assurance and Support and Communications and Marketing units, in order to build and implement appropriate engagement strategies for the different SAN stakeholders.


Nairobi, Kenya

Director of Corporate Services

The Director of Corporate Service is responsible for the performance of the following functions across the Centre: Finance, Operations, Information and Communications Technology (ICT) , Travel & Conference Services, Security, Contracts & Grants, Procurement and Regional Corporate Services Units. S/he will provide strategic guidance and supervision to the Head of Units falling under this portfolio to design, adapt and implement systems to ensure effective and efficient support is provided to the achievement of the Centre strategic objectives.


Stratford London

Head of Global Training & Advice Services

The Lumos Foundation is seeking a Head of Global Training and Advice Services who will contribute to the strategic development of Lumos by working with other Lumos staff to manage the design and delivery of training objectives, evaluating requests for advice and assistance and deploying resources effectively to meet agreed needs. The jobholder will also participate in the delivery of training and advice services and monitor their effectiveness. The role is likely to involve significant overseas travel.


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