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Programme Finance & Grant Management Officer (French speaking)

Anti-Slavery International strives to maintain both a diversity of theme and geographic breadth in its programming, in order to provide the necessary experience and evidence to support our advocacy and thus contribute to the systemic policy and practice changes necessary to eradicate slavery. As a result, each geographic programme at Anti-Slavery manages multiple grants.

The main aim of the Programme Finance and Grant Management Officer role will be to support the Head of Programmes and Programme Managers in project delivery including relationship and financial management.  This new post will be located within the Programmes Team and will be responsible for overseeing project finance.  The responsibilities of the post will include developing and monitoring project budgets in liaison with our local implementing partners and Anti-Slavery’s Programme Managers, grant management, and building the capacity of local partner finance staff.

Anti-Slavery International offers a flexible, friendly working environment, a committed team of staff, and the opportunity to work to combat serious human rights abuses, and to make a real difference to the lives of people who are most excluded from society.

For more information and to apply, download an application pack or request a pack by email to

The closing date for applications is 18:00 hours on Wednesday 15 March 2017. Please use the reference PFGM in the subject line of your email or cover letter and send your completed application to or to the address at the top of this letter. Please note interviews will take place on 22nd or 23rd March 2017. Interviews for candidates overseas can be conducted by skype.

Anti-Slavery International strives to be an equal opportunities employer.


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Anti-Slavery International does not currently have office based volunteering or unpaid internship opportunities. In rare circumstances, we may consider applications from those with specialised qualifications and expertise.

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