Our latest jobs
Director of Finance and IT
As Director of Finance & IT you will focus on delivering high standards of operations covering financial planning and reporting, financial operations, management and stewardship. You will also ensure that the information technology infrastructure and applications are robust and able to effectively support the organisation. Important too, will be the ability to drive transformational and continuous improvement and deliver initiatives that enhance performance. You will be accountable not only to management at the secretariat and countries, but also to the Treasurer of the International Board, and your role supports the respective finance, audit and risk committees. Your influence across the organisation will be great as you provide informed decision making, act as a key change agent and develop high performing teams. In your role, you will act as mentor, guide and motivator to countries in the Federation.
London or Nairobi or Dar
Programme Manager/Senior Programme Manager
Are you a private sector development/M4P specialist passionate about promoting sustainable economic development in Africa? Do you have strategic vision, a sharp analytical mind, and proven management skills, along with exposure to market systems approaches and operational experience in sector development programmes, ideally in East Africa? Would you like to develop your career working for an independent and innovative funder-implementer with huge ambitions to transform key sectors, creating jobs and raising incomes for people across East Africa? Gatsby is looking for several Programme Managers and Senior Programme Managers. PMs/SPMs play a central role at Gatsby taking responsibility for a specific component of a large sector programme, and/or providing technical support to Programme Directors in more cross-cutting functions. All roles will likely report to either the specific sector Programme Director or one of the Africa Programme Directors based in London. Candidates for PM posts should have a minimum 5 years’ relevant experience, while SPM posts require at least 8 years’ relevant experience.
London or Nairobi or Dar
Africa Programmes Director – A strategic leadership role
Are you an experienced private sector development/M4P specialist passionate about promoting sustainable economic development in Africa? Do you have strategic vision, a sharp analytical mind, and proven leadership skills in complex sector development programmes? Would you like to work in a strategic leadership role for an independent and innovative funder-implementer with huge ambitions to transform key sectors, creating jobs and raising incomes for people across East Africa? The Africa Programmes Director role could be based in London or Nairobi or Dar es Salaam, and will be responsible for overseeing and setting the ambition and strategy of two or more large sector programmes. APDs are responsible for the governance of programmes, for recruiting effective teams and ensuring the right leadership is in place – both strategically and operationally. Beyond the oversight of programmes, APDs are expected to contribute substantially to Gatsby’s learning agenda, bringing broader thinking and reflection on private sector development to enhance our work across the portfolio and contribute to Gatsby’s overall strategy and thought leadership.
London or Nairobi or Dar
Deputy Director/Senior Manager Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning
Are you a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning specialist with a deep understanding of private sector development/M4P? Do you have a sharp analytical mind, sophisticated communication skills, and experience of working in East Africa? Would you like to work for an independent and innovative funder-implementer with huge ambitions to transform key sectors, creating jobs and raising incomes for people across East Africa? The Senior Manager/Deputy Director MEL is a new role reporting to the Chief Programmes Director, providing technical support to programme teams and responsible for the quality of monitoring and learning across the portfolio. The post can be based either in London or in East Africa. It will involve significant amounts of travel within the East Africa region.
Democratic Replublic of Congo
The Union draws from the best scientific evidence and expertise to advance solutions to public health challenges affecting people living in poverty. They conduct research, provide training and offer technical assistance leading to health solutions for the poor in more than 150 countries each year (Tuberculosis tobacco use, HIV and AIDS, lung disease, non-communicable diseases). Partners include governments, international agencies, civil society and the private sector.Challenge TB (CTB), led by KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation (KNCV), is a USAID-funded 5-year global program to decrease TB mortality and morbidity in high burden countries. An international consortium of leading organisations, including The Union, will be implementing this global programme. The Deputy Director will serve as the second technical liaison (after the CTB Director) with the USAID mission, the National Tuberculosis Program (NTP), Challenge TB country project partners both in country and abroad, as well as with other relevant USAID and the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) implementing partners in DRC.