We are recruiting!
Research and Programme Coordinator
|Based at:||INTRAC office, Oxford|
|Hours/days per week:||Full time: 37.5 hours a week|
|Application deadline:||31 July 2019, midnight UK time|
An exciting opportunity has opened up for the role of Research and Programme Coordinator at INTRAC. The Research and Programme Coordinator has a dual function in supporting INTRAC’s mission to deliver on large civil society support programmes and to ensure rigour in the production and use of evidence in policy and practice.
One aspect of your role will be to support the Director of Research, Learning and Communications in developing and delivering new research activities, relationships and products. The second aspect will be to work with the Consultancies team to support the efficient delivery of programmes, and to provide research and monitoring support to projects with clients and partners.
Initially you will work on The Development Alternative, a new programme exploring new ways of doing development that are truly led by young people and communities. Around half your time will be dedicated to helping to deliver INTRAC’s activities within The Development Alternative.
This requires a versatile and dynamic individual, wanting to use their skills to strengthen civil society around the world. You will have experience in using a range of research skills (quantitative and qualitative) and experience in project administration and coordination. You will be able to manage the dual nature of this role, handling multiple tasks effectively and efficiently.
How to apply
To apply, please download the application documents via the below links. Please send your completed INTRAC job application form, equal opportunities monitoring form, and a cover letter of maximum 500 words, in which you demonstrate your suitability for the role and why INTRAC should employ you, to email@example.com.
- INTRAC Research and Programme Coordinator job description
- INTRAC job application form
- INTRAC equal opportunities monitoring form
INTRAC strives to be an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all backgrounds. Applications from professionals in the global south are actively encouraged but you must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
Application deadline: Wednesday 31 July 2019, midnight UK time
Interview dates: 8th and 9th August (please indicate availability for interview in your application).
Please note: only complete applications that arrive on time will be considered. Due to limited resources, INTRAC will only be able to contact candidates that have been selected for interview.
If you are an experienced consultant or trainer and would like to be part of our network, please get in touch with us via e-mail with your CV. We will let you know if your skills match our current requirements.
Interns and volunteers
We value the contribution of interns and volunteers. We advertise on our website, and via our newsletter and social media. Please note, internships and volunteer positions are unpaid. We will reimburse local travel costs and lunch expenses but we regret we are unable to help with other travel costs, accommodation, or visas.