Research and Programme Coordinator (Maternity Cover)

Closing date

We are seeking a Research and Programme Coordinator (maternity cover) for INTRAC. This full-time post will be for 10 months from December 2020 to September 2021.

The Research and Programme Coordinator has a dual function in supporting INTRAC’s mission to deliver on large civil society support programmes and to ensure rigour in the production and use of evidence in policy and practice.

A core part of your role is to support the efficient delivery of one large programme (The Development Alternative), and to provide research and monitoring support to other consultancy projects with clients and partners. In addition, you will support the Director of Research, Learning and Communications in developing and delivering on strategic projects, research and learning activities to advance INTRAC’s mission.

This requires a versatile and dynamic individual, wanting to use their skills to strengthen civil society around the world. You will have experience in using a range of research skills (quantitative and qualitative) and experience in project administration and coordination. You will be able to manage the multiple tasks required of this role effectively and efficiently.

Note: this role does not require travel outside the UK or field-based research. However it does involve remote data collection, collation of data from field-based consultants, data management and analysis, and use of data for reporting, publications and learning.

How to apply

To apply, please download the application documents available on our website: Please send your completed INTRAC job application form, equal opportunities monitoring form, and a cover letter of maximum 500 words, in which you demonstrate your suitability for the role and why INTRAC should employ you, to

Interviews will take place remotely in the week of 19th October.

Please note: only complete applications that arrive on time will be considered. Due to limited resources, INTRAC will only be able to contact candidates that have been selected for interview.