Central Asia, Administration, 2+ years / Job ID: 1533

A non-profit organization where expatriate professionals serve in partnership with local staff to build capacity in the sectors of health and development working together in hope for the welfare of the people of the country.

To develop and maintain an operating environment that encourages and empowers staff to work wholeheartedly and effectively enables projects to reach their objectives and enables the organisation to fulfil its mission.

This person will have a bachelors degree in a relevant field preferably with senior management experience in nonprofit developing world context. S/He will be competent in strategic planning project management and leadership. S/He will be able to build organization and staff capacity to communicate objectives and strategies needed to achieve organizational goals and to design and implement systems necessary for nonprofit organisations to run well. S/He will have technical capability in logistics and security related work and effective interpersonal and cross-cultural communication skills.

Central Asia, Administration, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 498

The organisation is dedicated to positively impacting societies with compassion and integrity through relief and development programmes.

We are seeking someone to assist the Country Director in administrative tasks and be responsible for the preparation of public relations materials. Qualifications include excellent English language skills and experience with computer programs including graphics.

The applicant should have good administrative skills such as filing typing and email and good organisational skills. Other qualities include being servant-hearted and resilient showing good initiative and being willing to learn a foreign language.

Central Asia, Administration, 2+ years / Job ID: 1488

A faith-based NGO working in an insecure environment impacts communities in areas of health economy and social empowerment.

We are looking for a Regional Director for our relief and development operations outside the capital city. The right candidate will have the opportunity to develop a regional strategy and coordinate some cutting-edge and life-saving ministries in our region.

Key attributes include experience in relief or development experience in leadership or management good communication skills and good people skills. We want someone who is self motivated able to think strategically and willing to learn local language and culture.

Central Asia, Administration, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1487

A faith-based NGO working in an insecure environment impacts communities in areas of health economy and social empowerment.

The aim is to ensure an excellent donor base of institutional and individual donors so that the organisation has adequate funding for all its efforts and to establish develop and maintain partnerships with a diverse donor base. This position serves project managers in their communication with donors.

Key attributes include: some donor relations experience a basic knowledge of budgeting excellent written English an understanding of proposal and report writing ability to produce professional documents. It is important to be able to work in a team to be well organised and able to work to a deadline — and to encourage others to do so. You should be patient and also willing to learn local language and culture.

Central Asia, Administration, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1486

A faith-based NGO working in an insecure environment. Impacts communities in areas of health economy and social empowerment.

The Human Resources Manager provides leadership for both expatriate and local personnel functions in order to promote good practice in staff recruitment and retention and oversees the on-boarding process of both expatriate and local personnel.

Requirements include good administrative skills good interpersonal and relational skills good written and verbal communication skills experience in developing and training HR policies including child protection vulnerable adults whistle blowing etc. and a willingness to learn the local language and culture.

South Asia, Administration, 1-11 months, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1647

A local school system that runs 13 schools 4 hostels and a project for womens empowerment.

The secretary will respond to the directors needs for scheduling meetings and record-keeping they will also assist the office and school leaders to communicate effectively.

We are looking for someone who has good administrative and interpersonal skills shows patience and respect to a different culture and is willing to support the director and staff.

South Asia, Administration, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 804

At this social enterprise women gain job skills develop into leaders and entrepreneurs and experience Biblical values lived out. The business provides full-time dignified employment to these women at high risk for trafficking.

The Operations Manager will provide assistance in administration staff mentoring product development community building and strategic planning. Some travel may be required.

The qualified individual will be committed to missional business pursuing excellence creativity and witness through prayer compassion and hard work. S/he will practise a mature sound Christian faith.

Central Asia, Administration, 1-11 months / Job ID: 887

A day centre for the homeless in a major city in Central Asia has achieved its goal of being locally managed and locally manned. Funding until now has largely come from direct donations from foreigners. They aim now to make this project self-sufficient but have a long way to go in order to do this.

There is a need for someone able to do fund-raising write proposals in English and apply for grants. With the help of grant money the project will be able to grow and perhaps start a small business where the homeless can be given some vocational training. Writing project proposals is time consuming and local staff do not have sufficiently good English for this.

The ideal person has excellent English and experience in writing grant proposals and doing fund-raising and additionally is convinced of the need to teach a starving man how to fish rather than giving him a fish to eat.

South Asia, Administration, 1-11 months, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1692

This development project established in 1976 is situated in the rural north west of the country. It has a 100-bed hospital with obstetric gynaecological surgical medical and paediatric departments. It includes disability work a training school for midwives nurses and community workers community development work a research hub and an English-medium school up to age 16.

This is a senior position in the organization. The Finance Director is responsible for the provision of efficient effective and high quality integrated financial services to all components of LAMB. The Finance Director works closely with other department directors and program managers to fulfil the goals and objectives of the project. The Finance Director is accountable for the financial operations of LAMB to include the development of a financial strategy financial numbers tied to that strategy and the on-going development of monitoring control systems designed to preserve LAMBs assets.

The Finance Director is responsible for the accounting operations of LAMB working with and through national staff to produce accurate financial reports and increasing understanding of a system of accounting records and a comprehensive set of controls and budgets designed to mitigate risk enhance the accuracy of LAMBs reported financial results and ensure that reported results comply with generally accepted accounting principles and international financial reporting standards. The position is responsible for planning executing and reporting on operational financial regulatory and compliance (internal and external audits).

Other, Administration, 2+ years / Job ID: 1681

Church-based project offering advice and support to asylum seekers refugees and local residents in North Glasgow and beyond.

The Project Manager will lead a strong committed volunteer team who deliver our services and support.All Project activities and the managers salary are dependent on securing external funding which is one of the responsibilities of this post.The role includes:- day to day running of project activities- admin and financial management for the project – recruiting managing and training the volunteer team – leading team devotions- compiling funding applications and reports to funders- external communications and promotion (including speaking engagements)- participating in outreach activities- preserving and promoting the Christian ethos of the project

Essential:Ability to lead motivate and develop othersEffective communicator with ability to write successful grant applications and reportsExperience of cross-cultural engagement and community development Awareness and understanding of refugee issues and the UK benefits system.Competence in using social media Excel Word Power Point and Publisher or its equivalentFlexible resilient trustworthy and reliableHolds a clean driving licence