We’ve got 2 exiting positions open with TBN: one 3-6 month internship touching on a number of different areas of work within TBN, and one specific research & writing piece of work. Full details are available here on our jobs page, summaries below. We’re taking applicants for both roles until early December, so apply now.
HOPE International is a network of microfinance institutions operating in 17 countries around the world, and they’ve just joined TBN as Corporate Partners. HOPE works to empower men, women, and families to break the cycles of poverty through the provision of loans, savings services, basic business training and mentoring. They are seeking passionate professionals with
TBN Partner Martin Geake is retiring as CEO of Send a Cow so they are looking for someone to lead the organisation through an exciting period of growth. This is an amazing opportunity for Partners or Members of TBN to be involved in a project that transforms lives and communities.
Hagar International – a success and long-running TBN project, working particulalry with trafficked, abused and exploited women in Cambodia – is looking to fill 2 positions: Programming Manager: based in Phnom Penh, providing leadership to Hagar’s Programming Dept., ensuring quality of programmes and accountability to clients, partners and donors. Programme Officer: volunteer position, based in
The Wood Family Trust (WFT) is a Scottish charity, established by Sir Ian Wood, with similar aims to TBN: that is, to alleviate poverty by stimulating viable market opportunities that create jobs and wealth. They have a portfolio of investments and programmes of technical assistance alongside financial intervention. WFT has also launched $9m worth of
Martin Geake – TBN Member and Founder and CEO of Send A Cow – is seeking a Director of Programmes & Collaborations. The role is based in Bath and applications are open until 10th October 2012. Interviews will be held on 18th October at Netton Se. Loe, near Bath.
HOPE International is a network of international micro-finance organisations working to break the poverty cycle through financial services and mentoring.
Jane Osmond, Chair of Kairos WWT (Women Working Together) writes to tell us about a number of female vacancies on their Trustees board. She says: “We would welcome applications from female employees of your organisation with experience in the following areas: Finance Fundraising Marketing/ PR Law (including employment law/HR experience) Kairos WWT is a charity
A Rocha International is looking to recruit a Director of Development and Marketing. They need someone to provide strategic leadership in their fundraising & marketing activities as well as supporting those activities within their 19 national organisations.
Five Talents, a charity providing technical assistance, training and microfinance loans to (esp. women) entrepreneurs in Africa, South America and Asia, are looking to recruit a Development Director to lead their fundraising activities. They require a candidate with a background in business, finance, fundraising or international development and excellent interpersonal skills.
Christian Aid is looking to appoint a professional Communications Officer on a pro-bono basis to help develop and implement a comms strategy for PACSA (Pietermaritzburg Agency for Christian Social Awareness). PACSA is an independent faith-based NGO working towards socio-economic justice and transformation in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. Contact Sarah Taylor for more information and a
Hagar is an international Christian organization committed to the recovery and empowerment of women and children who are victims human rights abuse; particularly domestic violence, human trafficking and sexual exploitation. Hagar International is now seeking an experienced and passionate employee to fill the position of Social Enterprise Analyst. Based in Hagar’s International Department, Phnom Penh,
DFID recruiting for two senior posts: Chief Professional Officer and Head of Profession. See application details inside.