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The International Rescue Committee is a leading global humanitarian and post-conflict development organisation working with people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their future.

IRC-UK is the European headquarters of the IRC. Established in 1997 as an independent British charity, IRC-UK supports programme management, contributes to policy and advocacy, raises funds to assist those affected by conflict and disaster, and carries out public education on related issues in Britain and Europe.

Head of Fundraising

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For all queries, contact Martin Bartlett on [email protected]

Major Donor Manager

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For all queries, contact Katrina Kerr on [email protected].

Major Donor Executive

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For all queries, please contact Katrina Kerr on [email protected] or Martin Bartlett on [email protected] 

Project Coordinator-Empowerment and Accountability Research

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Project Coordinator

Project Director-Empowerment and Accountability Research

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Project Director

Regional Grants Assistant

The International Programmes Team’s key objective is to enable the organisation to increase and improve the quantity and quality of support to beneficiaries by ensuring sustained programme funding.

The Purpose of the Role

Regional Grants Assistants (RGAs):

Provide support and guidance in relation to quality reporting and donor requirements during programme implementation
Assisting in ensuring the successful implementation of IRC European donor contractual requirements and reporting, ensuring compliance, accurate information and good quality financial and narrative reports on programme outputs

Each RGA shares a regional portfolio with a RGO, for which they take joint responsibility, however the team operates flexibly as required to ensure cover over the entire European donors’ portfolio. Managers and, where necessary, the Head of Grants and Compliance support and manage this wider portfolio management.

For more details on the role and information on how to apply, please download the job description.

Closing date: 10am Monday 7th September 2015 (Interviews will be held on Friday 11th September 2015)

Grants and Finance Officer

The Purpose of the Role

The International Rescue Committee seeks a full-time Grants and Finance Officer to support on the implementation of the IRC-UK’s Humanitarian Framework Agreement with Sida (the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency) and the Urban Refugees Advocacy and Learning Partnership funded by DFID.  The purpose of the role is to:

  • Provide financial and grants management support to the implementation of the Sida Humanitarian Framework Agreement (HFA).
  • Provide financial management and administrative support to the Urban Refugees Advocacy and Learning Partnership.
  • Prepare donor and internal management reports, monitoring and spending plan and support in proposal writing. 

For more details on the role and information on how to apply, please download the job description.

Closing Date: 10am Monday 7th September 2015 (Interviews will be held on Wednesday 9th September or Thursday 10th September)

Technical Advisor, Reproductive Health

Job Overview/Summary

The Technical Advisor, Reproductive Health will support country health programs to strengthen the availability and use of family planning, skilled attendance during labor/delivery, post-abortion care, antenatal and postnatal care, prevention and treatment of STIs, and treatment for consequences of gender-based violence.  In this role the Reproductive Health Technical Advisor will also work to diffuse IRC models of service delivery to select countries. The position may also be responsible for contributing to special initiatives that advance the health of women and girls in crisis settings, including but not limited to advocacy and research, and collaboration with other sectors and U.S. programs serving resettled refugees. 

For more details on the role and information on how to apply, please download the job description.

Closing Date: 10am Friday 25th September 

In order to minimise administrative costs, IRC-UK will only contact short-listed candidates.

IRC-UK strives to be an equal opportunities employer. IRC-UK is committed to equality of opportunity and to non-discrimination for all job applicants and employees, and we seek to ensure we achieve diversity in our workforce regardless of gender, race, religious beliefs, nationality, ethnic/national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability.


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