We’re a global charity, working to find solutions to complex humanitarian problems through research and innovation. We fund and support work that goes on to shape the way in which people across the world are supported during a crisis.
We are based in London and Cardiff (though right now, we’re all working remotely from home) but our roles have a global reach. As an established and respected part of the humanitarian community, we work closely and meaningfully with our fellow networks and actors to make change happen.
We think that work should be an inspiring place to be. You’ll be expected to give your role your all, with energy and dedication and you’ll be encouraged and supported at every turn. We’ll give you the freedom to run with new ideas. We’ll collaborate. We’ll congratulate. We promise you’ll develop your skills along the way.
We’ll want you to be at the top of your game. You can expect to have access to a range of professional development opportunities that will encourage you to grow and thrive in your role. You’ll come on some inspiring away-days, where your input into strategic decisions will count, and where you can let your hair down with colleagues. Depending on the role, it’s quite possible that you’ll experience some international travel too.
We are all still predominately working from home with the use of our offices in Cardiff and London optional and used in line with the latest Covid-19 restrictions and guidance. This set up is likely to continue until January 2022. As we recruit any new roles we will hold all interviews online via video platforms. Over the last year we have developed new ways of doing things to make sure that all new team members joining us still get a great experience, even though it’s not in person for now.
We stand in solidarity with black communities and people of colour, and are committed to being an anti-racist organisation. This involves an honest examination of how our work reinforces existing inequality, and proactively working with others to address structural and systemic racism in our sector. We are not yet where we need to be. But we have developed a set of strategic commitments to anti-racism and are working on a detailed action plan to realise these as an organisational priority.
We are committed to the safeguarding and protection of children and vulnerable people in our work. We will do everything possible to ensure that only those who are suitable to work with children and vulnerable people are recruited to work for us. Our posts are subject to a range of vetting checks including a criminal records disclosure.
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