ActionAid Malawi is a locally registered non-governmental organisation under the Company’s Act 1984 as a company limited by guarantee and is affiliated to ActionAid International, a federation of national organizations working in over 45 countries in Africa, Asia, America and Europe regions.
ActionAid is a global justice Federation working to achieve social justice, gender equality and poverty eradication. ActionAid works to strengthen the capacity and active agency of people living in poverty and exclusion, especially women, to assert their rights. We work directly with communities, with people’s organisations, women’s movements, groups and networks, social movements and other allies to overcome the structural causes and consequences of poverty and injustice. We connect the work we do at community level with broader efforts and struggles for justice at every level to make the greatest contribution towards a just, equitable and sustainable world.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the position of Executive Director tenable at its Head Office in Lilongwe to head the organization.
The Executive Director, reporting to Board of Directors, provides vision, leadership, management and effective high-level representation for Action Aid Malawi, in line with the established policies, principles and operating practices of Action Aid Malawi, as well as good management practice and the political, social, cultural and economic environment of the country under the general direction of The Board.
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We offer an open, collaborative, inspiring and supportive working environment, where colleagues are valued and empowered to innovate and share new ideas.
We offer agile working options to support work-life balance and wellbeing and to ensure we do the best work for children. Our bright, open plan office in Clerkenwell has quiet, collaborative and agile working spaces, and our technology supports us to do the best work for children.
We offer a wide range of benefits for staff at Unicef UK. We invest in your personal and professional development, and offer you a range of paths on your learning journey. As a new employee, you’ll understand more about Unicef’s work in the UK and abroad, and how individual and team roles contribute to achieving our ambitious goals for children. You will also have access to learning workshops, e-learning, mentoring and our Leadership Development Programme.
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