Global Partnerships Advisor Jobs in Belfast
Application Closing Date: December 31, 2023 at 23:00 GMT
Location: Flexible within the UK (with the right to work in the UK a must).
Term: full time - 35 hours a week
Organisation: Global Greengrants Fund UK
Salary: Salaries at Global Greengrants Fund UK (GGF UK) are dependent on applicable salary scales, internal pay policies including equity considerations and budget. Due to the ways in which salary negotiations perpetuate existing structural inequities, GGF UK has moved away from salary negotiation processes for any candidate. Our best offer for this position is £37,000 per annum for an 18-month fixed term contract.
Benefits: We have improved our benefits package and we now offer 10% employer’s pension contribution, remote and flexible remote working, generous family and sick leave, employee assistance programme, health and life insurances, 28 days annual leave plus all UK bank holidays.
About Global Greengrants Fund:
Global Greengrants Fund (GGF) supports grassroots activists and civil society organisations around the world working to address environmental and social justice in over 160 countries. GGF applies a participatory and decentralised model in making grants to grassroots groups through regional and thematic boards of advisors, global partner networks and independent funds, to support grassroots environmental and social justice action.
Global Greengrants Fund comprises two organisations located in the USA, Global Greengrants Fund Inc (established in 1993), and Global Greengrants Fund UK (established in 2012). The two organisations work closely together with a shared grantmaking programme and strategic collaboration at the senior leadership level. GGF UK consists of nine staff members working on fundraising and influencing philanthropy; finance; communications; and operations, with all of these functions operating autonomously but in close collaboration with their US counterpart functions.
In 2023, Global Greengrants Fund is amid a strategic journey in which we collectively centre our values, including diversity, equity and inclusion, and organisational care in our work, and to rediscover our identity and potential after 30 years of work. We have experienced tremendous growth over the past two years and we are thoughtfully, yet rapidly, growing our annual grantmaking, our philanthropic advocacy, and our global partnerships and collaborations to new levels. This includes creating a globally networked learning organisation and transforming our organisational culture to be more collaborative and self-steering – we call this our transformational journey. The Finance and Operations Administrator needs to understand the challenges and opportunities that come with these transformations and is able to remain flexible, steady, and adaptable.
Global Greengrants Fund UK is looking to hire an energetic and passionate individual who will play a key role in collaborating across teams to support finance and operations. They work to ensure that all financial transactions are entered and recorded correctly, that all payment related queries are followed up to completion and that all financial records are maintained appropriately. They will support the grant making processes by working with the grants management team to track and monitor payment processes to completion, including through liaising with payment service providers. They will undertake general operations and administration duties, including supporting recruitments, being the first point of contact for suppliers and vendors, purchasing and maintaining equipment and scheduling meetings and events.
As part of the finance and operations team, they will join a growing team currently staffed by four members in the UK. In the present accountability structures the Finance and Operations Administrator, GGF UK is line managed by the Director of Finance and Operations, GGF UK while building and working in more self-organised and collaborative ways.
The candidate profile.
The successful applicant will have significant relevant experience in a similar role in a charitable, environmental, development, and/or grant-making organisation. They demonstrate knowledge and experience in charity/nonprofit grant accounting/financial issues and dealing with financial information and processes, and understand accounting principles, and have knowledge of accounting and budgeting processes. They demonstrate excellent administrative and organisational skills, and the ability to ensure accuracy of work and demonstrate precise attention to detail. They have experience dealing with administrative processes and office administration, especially in a non-profit, remote organisation. They will have skills to give, receive and work with feedback constructively. They also thrive in a virtual environment, motivated to take on challenges and collaboratively find innovative and creative solutions. English fluency is a must.
The right candidate will understand GGF’s core values and be committed to the guiding principles and mission of GGF and ensure they uphold them in the way they take up the responsibilities of the role.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
To provide technical support to THET’s health systems strengthening work.
You will support the implementation of the global health workforce programme, providing
technical support to grant holders on health systems and health workforce development, and
input to the documentation and dissemination of research and learning on health workforce
interventions in LMICs.
In addition, the role will contribute to wider processes within THET, across our programmatic,
policy and advocacy work, and with our partners across the Health Partnership community,
providing high-quality technical support to the design and delivery of programmes and
research, which contributes towards systemic, long-term improvements in health systems.
1. Contribute to the development of THET’s health systems and health workforce strengthening
work, including through provision of high-quality technical support in the design and delivery
of THET’s programmes.
2. Support THET’s overall research portfolio, providing health systems and health workforce
research advice and contributing to the design, delivery and monitoring of research and
evaluation activities, including literature review, research protocol and tools development, data
collection methods (qualitative, quantitative, mixed methods), data analysis, and synthesis and
dissemination of findings, in collaboration with the Research, Evidence and Learning and
External Engagement Teams.
3. Contribute to reflection and thinking across THET and the wider Health Partnership
community on strengthening Health Partnership contributions to HWF and health systems
4. Input and contribute to the design and delivery of THET learning events, with particular focus
on HWF and health systems strengthening, including conferences, skills building sessions,
webinars, and policy dialogue.
5. Seek out opportunities to present and disseminate programme learning and evidence of the
contribution of Health Partnerships to HWF and health systems strengthening.
6. Support THET staff and our external partners to create learning opportunities around the
discussion of health systems strengthening approaches by, for example, contributing to our
conferences and events, and policy discussions.
7. Contribute to the development of learning products – blogs, talking/discussion
points/briefing notes, reports, evidence, technical and policy briefs, publications, presentations,
skills building sessions and webinars to disseminate and support the uptake of research
findings and programme results and learning in external for a and meeting with external
partners, in collaboration with Research, Evidence and Learning and External Engagement
8.Support the development of Terms of Reference and implementation of
9.Support stakeholder engagement and relationship building with priority technical partners
and programme stakeholders, and other health workforce and health systems strengthening
partners and experts.
10.Support the review of partner reporting and reporting to funders.
11.Participate in THET team and external programme meetings.
12.Undertake other activities that might reasonably be requested by the Technical Director to
support the delivery of KPIs and Strategic Plan.
What we offer
- Flexible working hours
- Access to a coworking space in Liverpool Street
- Enhanced Maternity and Paternity leave benefits
- Confidential Employee Assistance Programme
- 25 days annual leave plus three days off between Christmas and New Year
- Annual learning & development allowance
- 5% employer pension contribution when an employee contributes 3%.
- Cycle to work scheme
- A friendly, supportive work environment.
How to apply:
Candidates can apply by submitting a cover letter stating why they are interested in this position, what they would bring to the role and how they fit the person's specification.
This letter should be submitted with a CV through the application link by midnight Sunday 17th, December 2023 with ‘Technical Services Manager’ in the subject line.
THET is an equal-opportunity employer, and any form of canvassing will lead to
This post is UK based. Non-EC nationals will require current and valid permission to
work in the UK
You can learn more about our work on our website.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
This organisation is scheduling interviews as the applications come in. Don’t miss your opportunity, apply now!
Maternity Cover position from January to October 2024
Homebased working in the UK
The Director of Development and Engagement is a member of the Senior Leadership Team and works in partnership with the CEO to lead the development, delivery and co-ordination of the organisation’s strategy.
In this role, you will have oversight across several areas including fundraising, membership engagement, finance and governance and will take the lead in generating income and ensuring the sustainability of the organisation.
The post also holds line management responsibility for three members of staff delivering across multiple areas of work including fundraising, finance, and communications.
For more information, please download the job description below or visit our website via the ‘Apply’ button.
To apply, please download and complete our application form below. CVs will not be accepted.
This is an ongoing recruitment and interviews will be held as applications are received. We reserve the right to close this advert at any time.
STOPAIDS is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive positive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, sex characteristics, HIV status, national origin, genetics, disability, or age. We are open to considering applications for a part-time role that would require a job share.
We’re looking for a new Country Director to provide leadership and direction to the MS Society Northern Ireland.
Director for Northern Ireland
Hours: Full-time (35 hours a week)
Location: Office-based in Belfast, BT7 with flexibility to work remotely.
Salary: £61,404 per annum plus excellent benefits
We make sure people living with MS are at the centre of everything we do. And it’s this commitment that unites us across the UK.
Our strategy is based on what people affected by MS have told us is important to them. It gives us a clear and determined focus.
Our work is based on the hopes and aspirations of our MS community. Together we campaign at all levels, fund ground-breaking research and provide award winning support and information.
Our people are our greatest asset and the key to our success. We offer a vibrant, progressive working environment where you'll be able to make a difference.
About this job
You’ll be responsible for taking forward our corporate and functional strategies in Northern Ireland. As a senior leader in the organisation, you’ll be contributing to the leadership, planning and policy formulation of the MS Society across the UK.
You’ll also act as the principal spokesperson for the MS Society in Northern Ireland and the main advisor to the MS Society Northern Ireland National Council.
You’ll play an important role in developing our strategic approach to supporting people affected by MS. Helping us to ensure that our priorities align with the needs and aspirations of the MS community.
We’re looking for the successful candidate to be able to demonstrate that they understand the challenges that people with MS face.
You’ll be enthusiastic and passionate about the work we do and you’ll be focused on delivering positive outcomes for the MS community in Northern Ireland and UK wide.
We recognise the significant and excellent contributions; experience; and skills our employees bring to the MS Society.
Working with external pay and reward consultants, we’re taking active steps this year to review our employees’ pay and benefits package. Ensuring we’re aligned with the most accurate and up-to-date benchmarks for the UK charity sector.
Closing date for applications: 9am on Thursday 4th January 2024
PLEASE PRESS THE 'HOW TO APPLY' BUTTON FOR MORE INFORMATION.
More about our employee benefits:
We have a wide range of employee benefits including (but not limited to):
Encouraging work life balance
- 38 days paid annual leave (including bank holidays), pro-rata for part-time
- More annual leave entitlement, based on length of employment
- Smart working options (with the opportunity to work remotely and find a smart working pattern that suits both you and us)
- Flexible working options
Caring for you and your family
- Generous sick pay entitlement
- More sick pay entitlement, based on length of employment
- Opportunity to buy and sell annual leave in each calendar year
- Free access to a GP virtually 24 hours a day/7 days a week allowing you unlimited advice, reassurance and where appropriate diagnosis
- Enhanced leave for new parents
- Free access to a confidential 24 hours a day/7 days a week helpline service for both you and your family with a specialist range of support and information
- Special leave options (such as up to 5 days paid leave for domestic or personal emergencies a year)
- 10 days paid disability leave a year, pro-rata for part-time
- 10 days paid carers’ leave a year, pro-rata for part-time
- New family-friendly benefits, including paid leave:
- In the event of miscarriage or still birth
- To support fertility treatments
- For antenatal appointments for both parents
- Cycle to work scheme
- Death in service scheme
- Health cash plans to help offset the cost of health care for you and your family
Thinking about your finances
- Enhanced salary sacrifice pension scheme
- Discounted season ticket loan and interest-free emergency loans
- Give as you earn to support other charities of your choice before tax
- New employee portal including lifestyle savings vouchers and personal wellbeing
Enriching your life at work
- Personalised development plans with a wide range of training courses and opportunities to source additional training options with your line manager
- Yearly internal apprenticeship opportunities
- New, modern offices that embrace working together both in-person and remotely
- Various opportunities to influence how we internally operate (including surveys, and focus and committee groups)
- Active and supportive internal employee networking groups for collaboration and peer support
- 2 days paid leave a year for volunteering for MS Society activities during normal working hours (such as fundraising events, or campaigning in the local community)
- 2 days paid leave a year for volunteering with other charities during normal
We particularly welcome applications from people with disabilities and or from ethnic minority backgrounds.
We’d be grateful if you downloaded and completed the equality and diversity monitoring form and submit it with your application.
Disability Confident Employer
We’re a Disability Confident Employer and we’re committed to promoting equality and diversity.
You can ask for reasonable adjustments as part of both our recruitment and new starter on-boarding processes.
If you need any help or adjustments to apply for this role, please contact us. You can also ask for the application materials to be sent to you in a different format. Such as for them to be sent to you by email or in a larger word format.
We’re committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of everyone who uses our services and we come into contact with.
This is regardless of Gender, Race, Disability, Sexual orientation, Religion or belief, Pregnancy, Gender reassignment.
We recognise our particular responsibility to make sure vulnerable adults and children are protected.
We have measures in place to protect everyone we come into contact with from abuse and maltreatment of all kinds.
Your right to work in the UK
You must have the right to work in the UK to work in paid employment with us. You’ll need to share documents showing you’re eligible to work in the UK if we offer you employment.
You can find the UK visas and permits granting you the right to work in the UK on the UK Government website. We currently don’t have a Sponsor Licence agreement with the Home Office and aren’t able to support you with your visa applications.
No agencies please.
Location: Globally Remote
Location type: Remote
Reporting to: Executive Director
Annual salary: $100,000 - $150,000 USD
Contract type: Permanent
Working hours: Full-time
Candidate level: Director
The Climate Emergency Collaboration Group (CECG) is a regranting collaboration made up of some of the world's largest climate philanthropic funders. We use our convening and philanthropic power to facilitate stronger collaboration, coordination, and campaigning from the global climate movement in pursuit of increased climate action around the UN climate talks and other international summits. CECG is fiscally sponsored by Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors (RPA), a 501(c)(3), as a Sponsored Project within its charitable-giving fund.
Purpose of role
The MEL Director will be responsible for leading CECG’s data-based monitoring, evaluation, and learning processes. They will oversee the development of our funder reports, support our programmatic staff in maximizing the impact and learning opportunities of our grantmaking, and will work with grantees and other partners in the field to help establish and implement best practices, with a focus on collaboration and capacity-building.
The ideal candidate will be a highly motivated self-starter who will work closely with CECG's leadership team in improving the effectiveness, efficiency, and adaptability of the climate moment. This role will collaborate closely with the Executive Director, Operations Director, and program staff to help advance CECG's mission of advancing multilateral climate solutions.
This is a fast-paced and dynamic role at the intersection of philanthropy, grantmaking, campaigning, strategy, and advocacy to support global climate diplomacy.
MEL systems thinking:
· Develop and implement a multi-year MEL strategy for the organization – including internally and externally focused work streams.
· Oversee and iterate on CECG’s Theory of Change, in line with CECG’s new 3 Year Plan.
· Design and implement a robust Results Framework in partnership with CECG’s Executive and Programmatic Directors, ensuring alignment with CECG’s 3 Year Plan.
· Work with Operations and Program directors to ensure annual strategies are aligned with CECG’s Results Framework.
· Develop and oversee MEL and grantmaking quality standards, including a mechanism for assessing and implementing improvement plans.
· Help develop and embed a culture of evaluation and learning across the entire CECG team, including the development and implementation of targeted Key Learning Questions, and using organisational data to drive learning, knowledge sharing and capacity building.
CECG funder reporting:
· Partner closely with CECG’s funders to develop universal reporting templates and KPIs for the 6+ foundations that support our work.
· Oversee and project manage the development of our annual end of year report for our funders, as well as any bespoke or mid-year reports.
· Ensure CECG funder feedback is continually integrated into CECG’s grantmaking.
· Work with programmatic staff to identify appropriate outcomes and KPIs for key CECG grants, with a focus on identifying opportunities for data-driven insights to inform future learning and strategic development.
· Identify, implement, and train the team on the tools and processes CECG needs in order to maximize its MEL process and the strategic impact of its grantmaking and programmatic spending.
· Work with other CECG staff to ensure risk identification and risk management best practices are embedded across CECG’s grantmaking, while ensuring CECG’s work remains innovative and ambitious.
· Work with Grants and Campaign Managers to iteratively improve upon CECG’s grantee contracting and reporting processes and templates.
· Work with the programs team to identify and implement evaluation programs for key CECG grantees.
External coordination and representation:
· Partner with CECG funders and their MEL teams, along with other climate regranting organizations, to enhance transparency and develop collaborative and coordinated best practices across grantee reporting (both with re-granters and NGO partners).
· Work with key grantees and grantmaking partners to identify opportunities for levelling-up the field’s MEL, KPI, and reporting practices, with a focus on equity, trust-building, minimizing labor for grantees, and maximizing impact, alignment, capacity-building, and iterative learning.
· Act as an ambassador for CECG at key conferences, with funders and grantees, and across other partner meetings, and showcase CECG’s role as a leader in the collaborative philanthropic ecosystem.
· Support in the development of best MEL and KPI-development best practices for key CECG grantees, with a focus on capacity and efficacy-building.
· Develop and implement MEL training materials for CECG grantees, with a focus on building up the field – particularly for Global South and youth-led organizations.
· Identify, through a MEL lens, opportunities for how CECG can further support the growth, development, and capacity-building of its grantees.
Qualifications, skills and experience
· Team player with excellent interpersonal skills, and a strong commitment to servant leadership.
· Outstanding judgment, resourcefulness, and ability to problem-solve, troubleshoot, and follow projects through to completion.
· Outcome-oriented with an entrepreneurial approach.
· Excellent oral and written communication skills.
· Excellent quantitative and qualitative analytical skills, with a focus on great attention to detail.
· Highly resourceful and a keen problem-solver who is eager to take on new challenges.
· Strong time-management skills and the ability to organize and coordinate multiple work streams
· International stakeholder management experience.
· A strong knowledge of international climate change politics, with a focus on multilateralism and the UNFCCC process.
· Outstanding stakeholder management skills.
· Ability to exercise tact and diplomacy in organizational and stakeholder settings and the ability to build and maintain relationships with a wide array of people from diverse backgrounds.
· Advanced skills with common office software (including Google Sheets/Excel).
· 10 years minimum experience using data-driven insights to inform organizational learning.
· Extensive expertise in designing, evolving, and managing MEL frameworks (including ToCs and results frameworks) at a strategic, organizational, and project level.
· Demonstrable track record of embedding a learning culture at an organizational level.
· Significant experience working effectively on multiple projects simultaneously, setting priorities, organizing time, and identifying resources for projects as needed.
· Experience in philanthropy and grant management.
· Significant experience working effectively on multiple projects simultaneously, setting priorities, organizing time, and identifying resources for projects as needed.
· Experience working with a remote, international team.
· This will be a full-time (40 hours/week) remote role, preferably able to and will require considerable time collaborating with staff and stakeholders in multiple time zones.
· Staff in the US are employed by Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors; benefits include healthcare, a 401(k) matching program, and 5 weeks of paid time off.
· CECG is committed to providing equivalency of salary & benefits across its global team and maintaining a sustainable and positive working environment for all team members.
· This is a remote role, and we welcome applications internationally, especially candidates from or in the Global South. Some international travel may be required. CECG is an international team, with the majority of the team working remotely.
The deadline for application is 7th January 2024
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