Work Remotely as a Project Officer at INTRAC: Apply Now!!


INTRAC exists to promote positive social change. We do this by strengthening the wider ecosystems of civil society support and also by supporting civil society organisations themselves. So that these organisations are better able to develop, engage with others, and do what they want to do, better. We are a group of ethical and values-driven practitioners with expertise in civil society strengthening. Through our staff and global network we provide consultancy services, training and practical resources to support civil society actors in different ways.

We are particularly focused on organisational change and strengthening and providing support to strategy development, evidencing impact, and capturing, and responding to, learning. We work with organisations, movements and networks, and to strengthen the enabling environment for civil society. Our ambitious new strategy focuses on strengthening civil society ecosystems, rooted in local culture, methods, practices and knowledge bases, and connected to global learning and debate to enable further sense-making and collective action to change how civil society is supported.

About the role

As Project Officer you will play a central role in the delivery of INTRAC’s consultancy assignments and grant funded projects. This will involve coordinating short and long term projects, involving staff and consultants through our global network and clients around the world, ensuring effective and quality delivery. We carry out a wide variety of assignments, ranging from project evaluations to bespoke in-house training and learning partner roles for complex, multi-country civil society strengthening programmes.

You will work on a range of activities, such as organising and supporting online learning sessions, meetings or focus groups, coordinating feedback, communicating with team members and clients, administrative tasks, to support the smooth running and success of our work.

You will have an eye for detail, experience providing administrative and coordination support to complex projects and will be comfortable carrying out a number of tasks with competing deadlines at the same time.

We are looking for a versatile and dynamic individual, wanting to use their skills to support civil society around the world and with an interest in current debates concerning decolonisation and movements to shift power.

Download the full job description here.

Application deadline: 23:59 (UK time) Monday 20th May

Interview date: Likely w/c 27th May


Our long-term aspiration is to have staff members located across the globe, however, currently we can only directly employ people based in the UK, with a right to work in the UK. However, we are happy to explore secondment or hosting arrangements with likeminded organisations, in the UK or internationally.

We are actively encouraging racialised minorities, people with disabilities, people with caring responsibilities, people from low socioeconomic backgrounds, to apply. This is because these groups are under-represented within our teams, and we recognise and value the contributions members of these groups make to strong, creative and high performing teams.

How to Apply

To apply, please submit:

Please send your completed application to [email protected]. 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.

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