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Remote
£75,000 per year
Full-time
Permanent
Job description

Our mission- We are endeavouring to practice rights, equity and diversity in our operations as well as pursuing it through our programmes. We want to be more visibly active in pursuing our mission, elevating the work of the programmes we host, and taking and making opportunities to promote rights, equity and diversity in philanthropy more broadly.

We seek a Director of Programmes who will bring a collaborative approach to our commitment to advance rights, equity and diversity, ready to make a significant impact in philanthropy support.The Director of Programmes will share, with other members of the leadership team, responsibility for organisation-wide commitments and initiatives. At present we expect these to include the following, but this list will be reviewed periodically to reflect the needs of the organisation in our dynamic context.

  • Contribute to the development and delivery of organisational strategy, values and culture; and of our offer to programmes.
  • Promote our mission to advance rights, equity and diversity in philanthropy across our hosted programme portfolio and develop measures to demonstrate it.
  • Serve as Global Dialogue’s Safeguarding Lead, ensuring that programmes are aware of our safeguarding policies and procedures, supporting them to implement safe practice, and ensuring that any safeguarding concerns are raised promptly and handled appropriately.
  • Support the development of new business, particularly the emergence of new initiatives from our existing programme portfolio, but also when opportunities arise externally.
  • Assist in the on-boarding and off-boarding of programmes joining and leaving the programme portfolio, in collaboration with other members of the leadership team.
  • Connect regularly with external peers, share learning, and participate in sector-wide initiatives to advance our mission and the organisation. Represent Global Dialogue externally at conferences and events, and promote the organisation by sharing our successes, learning and innovation through online content, consistent with our communications strategy.

This role has been benchmarked at a UK salary of GBP 75,000 (pro rata for a part time position). Candidates based outside of the UK will be offered comparable compensation either through an Employer of Record or consultancy contract, depending on their location. Global Dialogue offers a range of benefits including 25 days’ annual leave plus public holidays (pro rata), a flexible working policy, and personal development leave. Pension arrangements and other benefits will be negotiated based on the location of the applicant, local norms, and parity with Global Dialogue’s wider staff team. Please contact us if you would like further information about our approach.

Application resources
Posted by
Global Dialogue View profile Company size Size: 6 - 10
Posted on: 21 June 2024
Closing date: 17 July 2024 at 09:18
Tags: Human Resources,Senior Management,Management,Business Development

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