We are the world’s oldest human rights organisation and our vision is a world free from slavery. We believe that modern slavery is a contemporary issue of the highest importance and we are determined to work with others to ensure people can be free from slavery across the world. Our fight leads us to cases in the UK and across the globe and we are looking for a Finance Manager to help take the organisation into the next phase of its journey.
We are looking for someone with outstanding skills and experience who can embody our values and who shares our passion for fighting against modern slavery.
This will be a pivotal role working with the Head of Finance and Resources with day-to-day responsibility for the charities finance function. You will need to hold a professional accountancy qualification and be able to demonstrate expertise in supporting colleagues, developing management information systems, project and financial management, and monitoring financial procedures. The role will work closely with our Programmes and Advocacy, and Fundraising Teams.
If you think this role fits with your expertise and ambition and you would like to work for an organisation that provides you with the opportunity to develop, we would love to hear from you. Please download, complete and return the recruitment pack and equal opportunities monitoring form.
Application deadline: 8th November 2019
Consultancy for Evaluation of the project on Commercial Sexual Exploitation in Nepal
Full details of this role can be found in the Terms of Reference
Application Deadline: 17th Nov 2019
Evaluation term: mid-December to early March
Interviews will be held via Skype or in person on 27th Nov
Applicants should email a CV, cover letter, 2 samples of previous evaluations and a technical document of not more than 5 pages outlining ideas and possible methodologies for the evaluation, estimated timeframe, fees and budget (including travel costs) to Sally Kilner and Guido Quiroga. The budget will cover up to 35 working days.