Research Manager - Humanitarian Global Prioritisation Exercise (5202)

  • Division:
  • Department:
  • Team:
  • Location:
    Cardiff or London
  • Contract Type:
    Fixed Term Contract
  • Full / Part Time:
  • Contract Duration:
    1 year
  • Closing Date:
    29 November 2020
  • Salary:
    £37,000 - £40,000
  • Hours Per Week:
    35 Hours

Research Manager – Humanitarian Global Prioritisation Exercise

Are you a research professional with a deep understanding of the humanitarian sector? Are you committed to improving humanitarian outcomes and do you believe that research and innovation should be at the centre of efforts to improve humanitarian effectiveness? Could you manage a number of research projects to support the global humanitarian community to identify priorities for research and innovation funding?

We are looking to recruit a highly effective Research Manager to join our dynamic policy and communications team. You will project manage our ambitious programme to map the global funders and actors working on humanitarian research and innovation and seek to quantify the overall annual value of resources invested in humanitarian research and innovation, as well as a consultation to identify the most pressing needs and support greater coordination.

To be successful, you will need to strong research skills and a real commitment to achieving effective outcomes for people affected by crises. You will have excellent research, project management and communication skills, as well as a strong understanding of the humanitarian sector. You will also have a flexible approach, with the ability to work well in a busy and constantly changing environment.

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, 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.

If you feel you have the skills and experience we're looking for, please review the full job description for further details. Please ensure you complete the personal statement as part of the application process to explain how you feel you meet the requirements of the role and why you feel this is next career move for you.

We look forward to hearing from you


We are committed to the safeguarding and protection of vulnerable people in our work. This post is subject to a range of vetting checks including a criminal records disclosure. 

We recognise the positive value of diversity and promote equality, and are committed to improving employment opportunities for minority groups. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, particularly from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) and disabled candidates, as BAME and people with disabilities are currently under-represented throughout our work. We also welcome applications from LGB and Trans, and non-binary candidates. 

The role will be appointed at the start of the salary band advertised, unless there are exceptional circumstances. This allows for incremental progression within the role and movement up the scale.  

Closing date: Sunday 29 November  

Interview date: w/c 7 December


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