IATI Specialist

EC1R 0BJ, London (Greater)
£39,628 - £40,828 per annum
14 Sep 2018
30 Sep 2018
Full Time
Contract Type

Following increased requirements from DFID and other institutional donors with regards to IATI, ActionAid UK is looking to develop an IATI framework, implementation plan, tools and training for internal teams to ensure ActionAid’s commitment to transparency and compliance with donor requirements are upheld.


The role of IATI Specialist, is crucial in ensuring the success of this project.

The IATI Specialist will take responsibility for ensuring that, in the short term, ActionAid UK is fully compliant with regards to IATI across all our funding, as well as developing a sustainable, relevant and realistic implementation plan for AAUK.

This role will also seek to provide information, recommendations and coordinate with other parts of the federation around IATI and will support ActionAid to increase overall capacity and knowledge around IATI in this area.

A key part of this role is to provide technical support and capacity strengthening to ActionAid UK in the development and implementation of our IATI plan.

The post holder will work with ActionAid teams to map all existing and expected DFID funding for 2017-2018 and the relevant contractual requirements with regards to IATI.

They will also plan and undertake the publishing of all necessary data against IATI fields on a quarterly basis, including coordination with relevant teams to collate data.

You will work with relevant teams to assure the quality of data uploaded and draw out recommendations for continuing to improve this process going forward.

We are keen to hear from candidates with experience of IATI data publishing and donor compliance who are excited to support our teams to transform the way we approach IATI.

Previous experience in developing systems and processes, working across multiple teams to find solutions that work and rolling those out through training and guidance will be really valuable to this role.

A good understanding of institutional funding in the development sector and the associated operational, programme quality and assurance considerations would be beneficial.

If you feel that you have the skills and experience we are asking for, please apply.

Please note that this role is being offered as a 12 month fixed term contract.

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