How to apply
Application Instructions: The closing date for applications is 5pm on Monday 24th June 2019. Interviews, including a short test, will be held in London on 8th July. To apply: please submit a maximum two-page CV and a one page cover letter setting out how you meet the person specification to [email protected] Please use the following subject line: “Migration Exchange manager: Last name, first name”. The filename of your CV should be “LastnameFirstname_CV” and that of your cover letter should be “LastnameFirstname_Cover”. Please note that due to the large number of applications we receive, we will only be able to contact short-listed candidates and cannot offer feedback on unsuccessful applications. Thank you for your interest in working for Global Dialogue. We look forward to hearing from you.
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Migration Exchange funder network is seeking a highly organised, proactive person to manage the work of the network based at Global Dialogue. This is an exciting opportunity to play a flexible, varied role on a dynamic programme focused on one of the biggest social justice issues of our time.
Who we are
Migration Exchange is an informal network of independent funders, established in 2010. We work together to improve the lives of people who migrate and receiving communities in the UK, by informing public debate on migration and supporting welcoming communities. The network is independent and non-partisan, and has been a programme of Global Dialogue since 2015. Global Dialogue is a registered charity (1122052) promoting human rights and social change through innovative and collaborative philanthropy. We are based at the award-winning Foundry building in Vauxhall, London.
We work with a wide range of partners including NGOs, academics, think tanks, journalists and other funder networks in the UK. Our activities include commissioning analysis to support funders and key partners to take effective action on shared concerns; supporting bold ventures where aligning grants enables activity to take place at scale or increases the potential for success; and using the convening power of members to support, connect and strengthen good work.
Our broad strategic priorities to 2021 are to:
In addition, in 2019/20, our proactive work will include the delivery of a longitudinal Attitudes to Immigration Tracker with Ipsos MORI and IMiX, and launching a leadership development programme, building on the research we commissioned in 2018.
The overall purpose of this role is to manage the funder network, ensuring effective delivery of the programme objectives, supporting communications and outreach to the MEX network and ensuring the efficient day-to-day operations of MEX. The MEX Programme Manager reports to the Executive Director of Global Dialogue, with a ‘dotted line’ to the MEX Director who works for Global Dialogue on a consultancy basis.
Tasks will include:
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