Head of Business Development, HQ
Full-Time. Based in London, with travel.
Closing date for applications: 25 June 2017.
Integrity is hiring a new Head of Business Development, a senior management position within the Business Directorate. The role offers an experienced development sector professional the chance to develop the Directorate at a strategic level, leading on execution of the global business development strategy and supporting the Directorate’s other key functions of account management, consultant management and marketing and communications. The position requires an individual with strong proposal-writing, negotiation and people skills. To find out more and how to apply click here.
Senior Operations Manager, HQ
Full-Time. Based in London, with up to 50% travel.
Closing date for applications: 31 May 2017.
Integrity is hiring a Senior Operations Manager to ensure the safety, security and preparedness of all Integrity personnel when overseas. The role will provide analysis and advice on security and risk management globally, in particular the Middle East and Africa, and implement necessary change. Working with in-country operations personnel, the Senior Operations Manager will ensure local operations and procedures are suitable for the local environment and in line with the company’s Duty of Care policy. To find out more and how to apply click here.
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Researchers, Research Coordinators and Research Managers, MENA
Full-Time. Based in Turkey or Lebanon, with up to 20% travel.
Closing date for applications: Deadline extended to 31 May 2017.
Integrity is looking to strengthen and expand their reliable network of research and analysis (R&A) with professionals of various levels of seniority and experience, who are both detail-oriented and committed to teamwork. Successful candidates will need to be able to design research methodologies, design research questions, train researchers and/or field personnel on the research tools, oversee a data collection process and draft timely, high-quality research findings and analytical reports. Please note that written and oral fluency in English and Arabic is required for this role. To find out more and how to apply click here.
DFID Governance and Security Framework Agreement Integrity has won a place on the Department for International Development (DFID)‘s Governance and Security Framework Agreement. Key priorities in relation to this framework are to strengthen governance and security in fragile and conflict-affected countries, and to lead international action to empower girls and women. Access to this framework will allow us to bid for work under four lots: Public Sector Governance, Security and Justice Reform, Peace Building and State Building and Empowerment and Accountability.
DFID FCAS Framework Agreement Integrity has won a place on DFID and the UK Stablisation Unit‘s Fragile and Conflict Affected States (FCAS) Framework Agreement. In July 2011 the UK Government published a new Building Stability Overseas Strategy developed jointly by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, DFID and Ministry of Defence. The UK aims to promote stability and stop serious conflict by promoting democracy, security, stability and prosperity in countries and regions where its interests are at stake. The strategy is based on three strands: Early warning, rapid crisis prevention and response, and investing in upstream prevention. You can read more about this agreement here.
DFID Global Evaluation Framework Agreement (GEFA) The Global Evaluation Framework Agreement (GEFA) of DFID is to ensure the provision of efficient and effective consultancy services for the design and implementation of evaluations across its programmes, adhering to the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) Quality Standards for Development Evaluation. The services will also extend to programmes funded through the UK Government’s £2.9 billion International Climate Fund, jointly managed by DFID, Department for Energy and Climate Change, and Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
EU Framework Agreements Integrity has also secured a place on Lot 12 of the European Commission’s EuropeAid Multiple Framework Contract, with a focus on, Humanitarian Aid, Crisis Management & Post-Crisis Assistance. We are also teaming up with Africa Communication to deliver on Lot 7, Human Rights, Civil Society, Governance, Justice and Home Affairs. Integrity is therefore seeking talented consultants with relevant technical expertise to work with our team on those projects coming through the frameworks that are relevant to Integrity’s core services.
Integrity’s Internship Programme
Integrity’s Internship programme allows talented young graduates to gain hands-on experience into the workings of a dynamic, fast-growing consultancy in the international development sector. Running since 2013, many of our current staff started off as interns, and we pride ourselves on providing a programme that offers substantial learning opportunities as well as real career growth.
As an intern at Integrity, you receive tailored training, guidance, and real responsibility from the beginning, quickly becoming an invaluable team player in our various offices. The programme offers Internship opportunities within different parts of the company, ranging from Research and Project Support, to IT, Finance, Marketing and Communications, and Business Development.
Our Internships are paid, based out of our three offices in London, Beirut and Nairobi, and require a full-time commitment of at least three months. To qualify, candidates should preferably have attained an undergraduate degree or other experience, ideally in a business or international studies related field. Keep an eye out on our Job Openings page of our website and on our LinkedIn page for Internship advertisements and more specific application details.
To date, Integrity’s past and current interns include:
Megan Neville, Carly Owens, Naomi Rothwell, Emily Benbow, Howard Murray, Veronica Ferreri, Debrah Neema, Malin Daviknes, Will Lowrie, Holga Stoltenberg-Lerche, Andrew Freeman, Bella Vartanyan, Harriet Gibson, Lula Dahir, Shanuj Patel, Christina Anagnostopoulos, Alissa de Carbonnel, Simon Thorpe, Hannah Franklin and Pauline Coste.