Working in a highly qualified environment with friendly people enriched both my professional and personal abilities.
Michela Gallo, recent intern at INTRAC

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Careers

We are currently recruiting two permanent positions based in our office in Oxford, UK:

Training Officer (full time)

An exciting opportunity has opened up for the role of Training Officer at INTRAC in Oxford, UK.

Training is one of INTRAC’s core services and includes; Open Training in the UK and overseas; innovative online Blended Learning; and, tailor-made training worldwide. The Training Officer is a key post that focuses primarily on coordinating the day-to-day logistics of the Open Training and Blended Learning programmes. This is a great opportunity for someone who is looking to develop a career in the charities and/or international development sector.

We seek an individual with excellent communication skills and attention to detail as well as strong customer service skills. The role involves coordinating the day-to-day logistics of all Open Training, and Blended Learning courses, including working with trainers and participants, liaising with our venue and printers, as well as marketing of our events. Experience with moodle and webinar software would be a benefit. This post also provides support when needed to INTRAC’s other services and events.

INTRAC is based in Oxford, UK, as is this role. Applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK.

For further details, please refer to all three of the documents below:

Please send completed applications to info@intrac.org. The deadline for applications is Sunday 17th August 2014 (Midnight, BST/GMT+1). Shortlisting will take place on Monday 18th August. Interviews will be on Thursday 21st August in Oxford. We hope the successful application will be available to start immediately.

Middle East and North Africa consultant

Are you a senior-level consultant experienced in working with civil society in the Middle East and North Africa?

INTRAC is recruiting a principal consultant who will develop and deliver on consultancies and programme work in that region and contribute to developing the knowledge base and expertise of the organisation.

INTRAC (International NGO Training and Research Centre) is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to strengthening the effectiveness of civil society organisations across the world, particularly those working in the international development sector.

INTRAC is based in Oxford, England, as is this role. Applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. The job involves frequent travel to the MENA region.

You must speak fluent Arabic and English (French is an asset) and have proven expertise in designing, leading, and reporting on major assignments including developing proposals.

You must also have expertise in at least one of INTRAC's core areas of competency, which include capacity building, organisational development, monitoring and evaluation, research, advocacy, and project and programme design.

For further details, please refer to all three of the documents below:

Please send completed applications to info@intrac.org. The deadline for applications is Friday, 22 August, 2014 (Midnight, BST/GMT+1). Applications received after the deadline will not be considered. Please note, we have extended the deadline for this position. This reflects a low quantity of applications received previously, not low quality. Candidates who have already submitted applications need not reapply.

 

Partnerships

We are always interested to hear from organisations around the world that may be interested in working with us and can complement our areas of expertise and skills.

If you would like to find out more about INTRAC and explore partnership opportunities, please contact consultancy@intrac.org.

 

Interns and volunteers

We are not currently recruiting any specific interns or volunteers but we are always interested in hearing from people who wish to give some of their time to help us in our work. Whether you're retired or between jobs, have a special skill or interest that can make a valuable contribution to our work, or a student looking for a course placement, we may be able to provide some meaningful experience.

We are based in Oxford and can only provide local travel costs and lunch expenses. We regret that we are unable to help with other travel costs or accommodation.

If you're interested in volunteering, please send your CV, along with a covering letter outlining why you wish to volunteer at INTRAC, to info@intrac.org

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