Project Officer

Expiring today

London (South), London (Greater)
circa £35k per annum
19 Sep 2016
28 Sep 2016
Human Resources
Full Time
Contract Type

Why work for us?

This is an excellent time to join CIUK. In late 2015 we launched our new CARE UK strategy, aligning with an ambitious Global Programme strategy.  With a clear focus on people, we want people to say ‘CIUK is one of the best employers in the sector’. We have committed to investing in the development of our staff and the wider organisation.

About you

A proven project officer, you will be able to work on a number of projects at any one time.   You will be able to work with minimal supervision to deliver to deadlines.

You have experience of managing the project management cycle from end to end and be able to engage and involve key stakeholders along the way.  You are comfortable with carrying out research, providing robust analysis and presenting options to senior managers.

About the role

You will lead on key projects that are already in the pipeline that contribute to the people and organisational development at CIUK.   You will support staff events and lead on the planning and delivery of learning interventions.

You will help us build on our work around organisational and team key performance indicators.  You will introduce new initiatives and thinking to improve our organisational development.

This contract is being offered on a full time fixed term contract of 18 months.

About CARE

CARE International is one of the world’s leading humanitarian and development charities. We fight poverty and injustice in the world’s most vulnerable places.  We save lives in disasters and conflicts. We stand with women, girls and their communities to achieve lasting change for a better future. A member of the DEC – our humanitarian work is recognised as world-leading and we are proud to work in collaboration with our sector colleagues.

How to apply

For a full job description please refer to the Candidate Brief on our website.

Closing date: 9am, Wednesday 28 September 2016

Interview date: Tuesday 4 October 2016