Programme Fundraising Officer (London, UK)
We are looking for an enthusiastic and proactive Programme Fundraising Officer to join our busy and growing team. This is an ideal role for someone keen to develop their experience in Trust, Foundation and Institutional fundraising in a dynamic international NGO working with partners in the global south.
The ideal candidate will already have some experience in writing grant applications, either with Trusts, Foundations, Institutional or Corporate donors, but who wishes to deepen their knowledge and experience further as well as have more autonomy over a portfolio of donor relationships. We are looking for people who are passionate about peacebuilding and in supporting local people’s efforts to stop violence and build sustainable peace. Excellent written and research skills, highly organised, an excellent team player and someone who can manage multiple priorities and deadlines are all essential criteria.
Deadline for applications: 5pm (UK time) on 17 August. Please include ‘PFO application’ in the subject line of your email.
Interviews will take place on 24 and 25 August.
Finance and Administration Officer (London, UK)
We are looking for a highly organised Finance and Admin Officer to support our growing team. This is an ideal role for someone who has a background in accounting and finance, who is also able to maintain the smooth running of our busy office. The ideal candidate will be looking for a career in accounting and finance and therefore is keen to gain practical experience in administering
The ideal candidate will be looking for a career in accounting and finance and therefore is keen to gain practical experience in administering organisational and project finances. We are looking for someone who is highly organised, who in addition to enjoying financial administration, is keen to help strengthen office systems and procedures to ensure that Peace Direct’s London Office functions effectively. Approximately 50% of time will be spent on finance, with the remaining 50% spent on office administration.
Deadline for applications: 5pm (UK time) on 17 August. Please include ‘FAO application’ in the subject line of your email.
Research and Advocacy Officer (London, UK)
We are looking for a dynamic Research and Advocacy Officer to help increase the impact of our work, by ensuring that we can more effectively amplify the voices of local peacebuilders. This is an ideal role for someone with a passion for using research findings to engage with a wide range of stakeholders, including UK Government policymakers.
The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, able to write and edit content to ensure that our flagship website, Insight on Conflict, maintains its position as one of the leading sources of information on local peacebuilding worldwide. The candidate will directly work on a number of other projects, including our ‘Peace and Conflict’ reports (see https://www.insightonconflict.org/blog/2017/06/peace-and-conflict-report-june-2017/) and our ‘Local Voices for Peace’ project (see https://www.peacedirect.org/publications/local-voices-peace-zimbabwe/). We are looking for someone as comfortable in engaging with local peacebuilding practitioners to elicit their views and expertise as they are in talking to high level policymakers about our work. This is a fast paced and demanding role, suitable for people who can manage multiple priorities, have a passion for peacebuilding and who want a career in research and advocacy.
Deadline for applications: 5pm (UK time) on 17 August. Please include ‘RAO application’ in the subject line of your email.
Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Advisor (London, UK)
We are looking for a creative and dynamic person with a background in M&E to join us as our MEL Advisor. We pride ourselves on the support we provide to our partners and we are looking for someone who is passionate about peacebuilding to provide consistent and high quality support to our partners to help them develop and deepen their understanding of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning.
The ideal candidate will already have a good understanding of Monitoring and Evaluation but is keen to develop her/his expertise further and who is excited by the challenge of how to monitor and evaluate peacebuilding projects in new and creative ways. Strong interpersonal and analytical skills, an ability to manage multiple priorities, a willingness to travel regularly to support partners in the field and a commitment to peacebuilding are all important criteria for this exciting position.
Deadline for applications: 5pm (UK time) on 17 August. Please include ‘MEL application’ in the subject line of your email.
Local Peacebuilding Experts sought for: Haiti, Mali, Myanmar, Sudan, Syria, Thailand, Tunisia
Insight on Conflict provides information on local peacebuilding organisations in areas of conflict. We feature profiles of over 1,400 organisations around the world, as well as blog posts and key resources on peacebuilding. Key to our work is our network of ‘Local Peacebuilding Experts’, who help to research and write about peacebuilding and conflict around the world.
Peace Direct is currently seeking Local Peacebuilding Experts to report on peacebuilding work in: Haiti, Mali, Myanmar, Sudan, Syria, Thailand, and Tunisia.
For this role, we require someone with contacts in the NGO or peacebuilding sector, a strong interest in the media and reporting, and excellent written and spoken English (in the case of Haiti and Mali, we can consider working with a Local Peacebuilding Expert who speaks French and not English, though English language skills are an advantage). The role is ideal for someone pursuing a career in peacebuilding with an interest in journalism. Local Peacebuilding Experts should be based in the country they cover; we may consider people living outside the country if they have exceptional links to the peacebuilding sector in that country. Priority will be given to local/national applicants.
The role is not full-time and is not salaried, though Local Peacebuilding Experts do receive some payment for work published on the website. The work is best suited for people with a passionate desire to share information on peacebuilding with a wide audience.
In their role, the primary area of work of the Local Peacebuilding Expert will be on investigating and supplying information on local peacebuilders. The Local Peacebuilding Expert is expected to occasionally submit posts to the Insight on Conflict blog. The blog gives space to Peace Direct and the Local Peacebuilding Experts to respond instantly to developments in conflicts around the world. It also offers a place for more personal reflections by the Local Peacebuilding Experts on their work.
If you are interested in becoming Insight on Conflict’s Local Peacebuilding Expert for any of the above countries, please send a CV, writing sample, and a short covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to Ruairi Nolan: email@example.com
Deadline for applications: this is an open call for applications. Please note that if you are not a national of the country or region for which you are applying, or are not currently based in the country, your application will not be considered.