Contract0.5-0.6 FTE (based on a full-time working week is 37.5 hours)
Salary£52,000-£55,000 per annum FTE
LocationRemote (United Kingdom)
Application deadlineMonday 12 June 2023, midnight UK time (UTC +1)

We are a values-based not-for-profit with a mission to strengthen civil society organisations (CSOs), providing consultancy, training and research to support CSOs around the world to do what they do, better. We are at an exciting juncture as we embark on a new organisational strategy, and look to develop our offer in line with movements to decolonise, shift power and localise, building on our highly respected consultancy and training programmes.

INTRAC is seeking a talented and mission-driven Finance and Operations Director to join our Senior Management Team.  You will have a passion for operations and have highly developed finance skills, with a background in the social enterprise or not-for-profit sector.  This is a part-time role (0.5-0.6 FTE) which supports the strategic financial management and yearly operational planning of the organisation.  You will provide senior management and the Board of Trustees with financial advice, including analysis of trends and forecasts, and work with the Finance Coordinator and Project Accountant who provides the day-to-day financial support for the organisation.

Reporting to the Chief Executive, this role is accountable for a range of operational areas to support our internal ways of working: including oversight of our IT systems; providing direction and guidance for internal systems; accountability for health and safety.  As Company Secretary you will oversee INTRAC’s governance and risk management processes.

In return we offer you a competitive salary and benefits package, and a chance to work with a respected, values-based organisation contributing to more resilient civil society and social change. The role is part time (2.5 to 3 days a week). We work remotely, with occasional team together days in the UK. Our long-term aspiration is to have staff members located across the globe, however, currently we can only directly employ people based in the UK, with a right to work in the UK.

We are actively encouraging racialised minorities, people with disabilities, people with caring responsibilities, people from low socioeconomic backgrounds, to apply. This is because these groups are under-represented within our teams, and we recognise and value the contributions members of these groups make to strong, creative and high performing teams.

How to apply

Please send applications to by Monday 12 June 2023, midnight UK time (UTC +1).

Please submit a full application form, the equal opportunities form, your CV, and a cover letter of 500 words, explaining why you believe that you are the best candidate for this role.

The exact date for interviews will be confirmed following shortlisting. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.