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South Asia Programme Coordinator

Salary £29,740 - £32,928 and 6% pension contribution

Anti-Slavery International is currently recruiting a South Asia Programme Co-ordinator to lead the development and growth of its programme on labour rights, specifically addressing forced and bonded labour in Asia. 

Closing date: Friday 14 November 2014 at 18:00
Interviews: Thursday 4 December 2014 

Please address your application to Debbie McGrath using the reference SAPC and send it to jobs@antislavery.org or to the address at the top of the letter below.

The full application pack and details of how to apply for this post are available here: SAC application pack Oct 2014 (549.50KB)


Learning and Accountability Coordinator

Salary £29,740 - £32,928 and 6% pension contribution

Anti-Slavery International is currently recruiting a Learning and Accountability Coordinator to take the lead on building the capacity of the organisation, and of our implementing partners overseas, to capture and communicate the difference we are making and increase our accountability to the people and communities with whom we work.

The main objective of the Learning and Accountability position is to contribute to the overall improvement in the quality and impact of Anti-Slavery International’s work. To achieve this, the Learning and Accountability Coordinator will support the development and improvement of monitoring and learning frameworks, both for our programmes overseas and for the organisation as a whole. The successful candidate will develop and coordinate Anti-Slavery International’s monitoring, learning and impact assessment tools and systems in order to monitor the impact of our work, increase our effectiveness and improve our accountability (including value for money) to stakeholders and communities with whom we work.

This is an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated individual with previous experience of effective programme cycle management. The successful candidate will have technical competence in monitoring and evaluation and learning methods, both at programme level and globally, and also strong practical experience of developing monitoring and learning frameworks at field level with implementing partners based in the global south. 

Closing date: Thursday 4 December 2014 at 18:00
Interviews: Thursday 11 December 2014 

Please address your application to Debbie McGrath using the reference SAPC and send it to jobs@antislavery.org or to the address at the top of the letter below.

The full application pack and full details of how to apply for this post are available here: LAC application pack Nov 2014

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