Jobs

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Jobs in our Washington, DC office

We are not hiring for our US office at this time.

 


Jobs in our London office

 

Database Officer

This is an opportunity to put your database, systems and analytical skills to use, while contributing to a more peaceful, positive world.

The Database Officer is an important role here at Peace Direct, and provides the chance to work with colleagues across this small but growing organisation (who are based both in the UK and US). Ideally with a working knowledge of Salesforce (or equivalent CRM), you will bring with you excellent attention to detail, an appetite for the continued improvement of systems and processes, the ability to deliver ongoing tasks alongside discrete projects, and a positive attitude and enthusiastic approach in all you do.

The ideal candidate will also have the ability to work quickly, accurately and to tight deadlines. An understanding of data protection legislation is essential.

If you’re looking to work in a small but growing organisation, which moves quickly and has a commitment to learning and development, offers options for flexible working all in a friendly and supportive environment, we would love to hear from you!

We offer Salesforce admin certification for a suitable candidate.

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Monday 16th September, but we reserve the right to meet suitable candidates ahead of this date so we advise early applications. 

To apply, please complete the application form below and return to [email protected], making sure to put ‘Database Officer’ in the subject line.  

Opportunities on our Board of Trustees

Treasurer

Peace Direct is looking for an experienced chartered accountant to join the Board as Treasurer. This is a very exciting time for Peace Direct, as we have been growing at a fast pace over the last few years (with income growing fourfold in as many years, to almost £4m in 2019) and we have a big ambition to scale up our work in the coming years. This will require a detailed understand of managing financial risk, scrutinising budgets and financial strategies developed by Peace Direct’s CEO and Head of Finance, monitoring and reporting on the financial health of the organisation and ensuring that the necessary financial procedures and controls are in place as we evolve into a larger and more complex organisation.

Peace Direct is an international NGO that supports local peacebuilding in conflict zones worldwide. We work with local organisations in twelve countries around the world and aim to support many more in the years to come. We have no country offices, employ no expatriate staff overseas and do not intend to do so, as we believe that this displaces local people’s efforts. All staff and Board members see this as our strength and are expected to be advocates for our approach of supporting locally led peacebuilding, amplifying the voices of local people and changing the system in favour of local action.

Applications for the Treasurer position will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Please see the role description below for further information.

lease send a CV and a cover letter to [email protected] explaining why you would like to join the board of Peace Direct as Treasurer and what skills and experience you would bring to this role.