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New Vacancy – Technical Performance Manager – Amplify Change

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

Technical Performance Manager – Amplify Change

Full-time, based in Bath, UK

Amplify Change is a multi-donor challenge fund to support civil society advocacy for sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). We are a fund which aims to empower young people, men and women to realise their sexual and reproductive rights.

The Technical Performance Managers take responsibility for the grant management process, providing performance and risk oversight for a portfolio of SRHR advocacy grants, providing technical expertise for grantees, and providing oversight of the grant making process and implementation, including on-going learning, monitoring and evaluation of grantees. Job holders will work closely with the team of Grants Officers to ensure grants move efficiently through the grant management cycle, alongside the broader AmplifyChange team. The team reports to the Grant Support Team Manager.

As well as being experienced in grant portfolio management, more experienced job holders will be expected to have technical specialisms within the field of SRHR, for example in stigma, youth or gender-based violence depending on the volume of grants and composition of the portfolio.

 You will need to have:

  • Postgraduate degree in a relevant subject, or an undergraduate degree plus specific experience in the field of SRHR.
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience working in the field of SRHR within an international development, public health, human rights or social policy setting. Significant  experience working on SRHR programme management and advocacy within developing countries and conflict settings will also be considered.
  • Demonstrable experience of managing projects, contracts or grants, including performance management, KPIs, evaluation and learning
  • Proven ability to operate in a team environment liaising with diverse teams in an international setting

Please review the full job description here.

To apply

Please send CV and covering letter to careers@manniondaniels.com, by Monday July 2nd 2018 using the job title in the subject line and including details of your current notice period and salary expectations.

Early applications are strongly encouraged.

All applicants will be asked to provide proof of identity and right to work documentation as part of the recruitment process.

MannionDaniels is an equal opportunities employer.

New Vacancy – Grants Officer – UK Aid Match

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

GRANTS OFFICER – UK Aid Match

Full-time, based in London

UK Aid Match has two objectives: (1) reduce poverty in developing countries and (2) increase public engagement on the value of aid in the UK. The Grants Officer holds responsibility for all the operational and administrative support to the fund management team, ensuring grants move efficiently and timely through the grant management cycle.

The role supports operational management of the fund with the development and maintenance of efficient operating and reporting procedures, as well as contract administration, budget support and logistics. Role holders also support the technical team on aspects of managing project documentation and duty of care.

You will need to have:

  • Qualifications to degree level or equivalent, ideally in International Development, International Relations or related field.
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience of setting up, administering and coordinating projects or logistical mechanisms and processes
  • Excellent client management and communication skills
  • Excellent attention to detail with quantitative and qualitative data analysis skills

Please review the full job description here.

To apply

Please send CV and covering letter to careers@manniondaniels.com, by July 2nd 2018 using the job title in the subject line and including details of your current notice period and salary expectations.

Early applications are strongly encouraged.

All applicants will be asked to provide proof of identity and right to work documentation as part of the recruitment process.

MannionDaniels is an equal opportunities employer.

 

New Vacancy – Technical Adviser UK Aid Direct

Thursday, June 7th, 2018

Technical Adviser – UK Aid Direct

UK Aid Direct is a 5-year, £150 million programme, currently changing the lives of over 3 million of the world’s poorest people with UK aid from the UK Government. The Technical Adviser is a member of the core fund management team with responsibility for the technical delivery and technical quality within the fund.

The Technical Adviser will work closely with the Deputy Fund Director, and with members of the consortium to coordinate and oversee the technical delivery of the fund management and of the CSO grant holders.

You will need to have:

  • Significant experience of working in a similar arena with considerable knowledge and experience of working with the Department for International Development (DFID)
  • Demonstrable experience of having applied DFID’s approach to project management and the project review process
  • Delivered technical support and strategic direction to civil society organisations
  • Excellent team skills with the ability to work independently and also very collaboratively with the wider MannionDaniels’ team based in the UK and globally
  • Clear and influential technical writing and oral communication skills in English

To apply

Please review the full job description here.

Please send CV and covering letter to careers@manniondaniels.com by Wednesday 20th June 2018, using the job title in the subject line and including details of your current notice period and salary expectations.

Early applications are strongly encouraged.

All applicants will be asked to provide proof of identity and right to work documentation as part of the recruitment process.

MannionDaniels is an equal opportunities employer.

 

New Vacancy – Fiduciary Risk Officer

Thursday, June 7th, 2018

Fiduciary Risk Officer – Bath, UK

Our fiduciary risk team seeks to ensure that the international aid funds that we manage are used for the intended purposes, achieve value for money and are properly accounted for. The FRO will work closely with the Fiduciary Risk Manager and with the grant management teams of the AmplifyChange fund. The FRO will provide support and oversight through individual grants and across the allocated grant portfolio ensuring that fiduciary risk and due diligence work streams are proactively delivered and that the financial management of grants is in keeping with acceptable standards.

This is an opportunity for someone with well-honed financial skills to take a step in to international development within a financial role. The role requires direct engagement with grant holders, as well as the opportunity for international travel.

You will need to have:

  • strong experience in risk management, due diligence, audit or financial management
  • excellent commercial acumen, communication skills and experienced in proposal writing
  • a team player who can thrive in a fast-moving and growing organisation with the ability to work to deadlines
  • interested in international development and respectful of civil society groups who work on challenging subjects
  • well organised with the ability to work across different teams and with different cultures.
  • ideally fluent in spoken and written French (not essential)

 To apply

Please review the full job description here.

Please send CV and covering letter to careers@manniondaniels.com by Wednesday 20th June 2018, using the job title in the subject line and including details of your current notice period and salary expectations.

Early applications are strongly encouraged.

All applicants will be asked to provide proof of identity and right to work documentation as part of the recruitment process.

MannionDaniels is an equal opportunities employer.