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High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire (Hybrid)
£60,000 - £65,000 + Benefits
Full-time
Permanent
Job description

Walk alongside our partners, to deliver excellence, build resilience and learn together.

In 2024, Embrace the Middle East celebrates 170 years of close partnership and relationship with local Christians who, through their churches and local civil society organisations, are serving some of the most marginalised and excluded communities in the Middle East.

Ours is a vision of faith, hope and love in action: where there is a need for refuge, a home however temporary, for education, for safeguarding, for economic empowerment, for justice and human rights – we, with our partners, want to respond. We do this by building strong and lasting partnerships, nurtured by mutual respect and a shared commitment to excellence.

We are looking to recruit a Director of Programmes, Partnerships and Advocacy to lead a team of high-performing programme and partnerships managers who guide our relationships with a portfolio of 45 local partners, supporting them in their social witness through a £2.4m programme of grants, and capacity support.

The Director will also lead the development of our advocacy work, collaborating closely with the CEO and Director of Fundraising to develop our policies, messaging and strategy to increase our reach through effective lobbying and campaigning consistent with our theory of change, and strategic vision and mission. This cross-cutting work will include working with our programme team, our communications team, and church engagement team as part of a shared approach to advocacy, campaigning, and public engagement.

Advocacy is a growing part of our work, inspired and guided by the voices of our partners – primarily speaking and acting in relation to:

  • the presence and role of Christians in the Middle East
  • issues of peace, justice and equal rights in Israel and Palestine
  • refugees and internally displaced people across the Middle East

Informed by Christian voices from the Middle East, we engage with Bishops and church leaders, politicians, and with our engagement team seek to educate and mobilise the UK public. Resources will be available for the Director to recruit a dedicated advocacy team member to complement their skills and support them and the team to achieve Embrace’s advocacy aspirations.

We are looking for someone who can bring to Embrace a wealth of international development partnership and grant making experience, alongside their passion and skills to drive and develop Embrace’s public and private advocacy. Like everyone else at Embrace you will be fired up by our mission, and in tune with our values.

Naturally, you will be well versed in complex policy issues within sensitive settings, familiar with acting as a media spokesperson, and dedicated to engaging with communities experiencing injustice and marginalisation.

Finally, due to the Christian context of the position, it is subject to an occupational requirement under the Equality Act that you should be a practising Christian who shares our values and ethos at a profound level.

At Embrace, our team enjoys remote and flexible working arrangements. In addition, you will benefit from a generous holiday entitlement and a comprehensive package including a pension scheme, life assurance, retail discounts and a 24/7 employee assistance programme.

The role is home-based, with two to three days per month in High Wycombe.

Please apply online via the apply button. 

Closing date: 30 May 2024.

Refreshed on: 16 May 2024
Closing date: 30 May 2024 at 23:59
Tags: Christian,Intl Development,Senior Management,Management,Project Management,Advocacy,Business Development,Operations