Australasia

Aid and Sustainable Development Leadership

Australian development and humanitarian Non-Government Organisations deliver aid in more than 95 countries globally. They receive public donations from all parts of Australia totalling over A$1 billion. In addition, the Australian Government is investing $4 billion in development assistance in the Indo-Pacific region. The New Zealand Government has allocated over $1.1 billion to development assistance in the Pacific over three years.

An ever-increasing range of stakeholders including NGOs, government, private sector and international organisations collaborate, and yet the need for action in multiple development areas is on the rise. Action on climate change has reached crisis point and global poverty isn’t improving quickly. There are innovative new technologies emerging that will impact positively and bring about increased opportunities, but these also bring about sustainability and power issues that need careful consideration.

Organisations, companies and governmental departments that are taking up the challenge to support vulnerable people, either in their own country or abroad, can achieve real, sustainable results and build influence as trusted development partners. Oxford HR is well placed to provide support in Executive Search and Organisational Development, as an important aspect for their success lies in excellent leaders, leadership development and institutional health.

The impressive global knowledge and resource base of Oxford HR provides a solid foundation for executive search support. The Oxford HR Australasia teamwork in close collaboration with all teams across the globe, identifying and working with inspirational leaders who will lead in addressing the grand challenges of today and work towards a better tomorrow. By attracting and retaining the best talent at a senior level, organisations are able to have more focus, value for investment and create an organisational culture that is best in the field.

Oxford HR have a proven track record and breadth of experience across a number of sectors within the for-purpose world including INGOs, National Non-Profits, Bilateral and Multilateral Development Organisations, Trusts and Foundations, Environment and Sustainability and Public Sector Institutions. We employ a specialist search methodology that combines the best of open and transparent promotion of any role alongside ethical, targeted direct approach techniques.

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"We have engaged Oxford HR a number of times. They understand our organisational culture, offering us an appropriate range of candidates. We're delighted to have Oxford HR as an international partner."

Brian Doolan, CEO

Fred Hollows Foundation

2018-09-14T14:59:13+00:00

Brian Doolan, CEO

Fred Hollows Foundation

"We have engaged Oxford HR a number of times. They understand our organisational culture, offering us an appropriate range of candidates. We're delighted to have Oxford HR as an international partner."
“From the day I was approached to submit my CV, I sensed a team of individuals cheering me on. They kept me up-to-speed at every stage of the process, unlike some other recruiters who keep you waiting weeks before you hear anything from them again".

Audrey Ahwan

Director for Programme Development, BRAC International

2019-12-06T15:51:04+00:00

Audrey Ahwan

Director for Programme Development, BRAC International

“From the day I was approached to submit my CV, I sensed a team of individuals cheering me on. They kept me up-to-speed at every stage of the process, unlike some other recruiters who keep you waiting weeks before you hear anything from them again".
"I have never experienced this level of support from any recruiter.”

Audrey Ahwan

Director for Programme Development, BRAC International

2019-12-06T15:54:44+00:00

Audrey Ahwan

Director for Programme Development, BRAC International

"I have never experienced this level of support from any recruiter.”
"Oxford HR was patient with BRAC’s inexperience with the global market and hiring expat level staff.”

Dirk Booy

Senior Director Programme Development, BRAC

2019-12-06T16:02:30+00:00

Dirk Booy

Senior Director Programme Development, BRAC

"Oxford HR was patient with BRAC’s inexperience with the global market and hiring expat level staff.”