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Tel: 01227 639768
Communications & Engagement Manager
Location: Hove, Brighton and Hove
Salary expectation: up to £40,000
Application deadline: Sun 6th December
This is a full-time role
Itad is a global organisation. Our strategy, monitoring, evaluation and learning services work to make international development more effective. We generate evidence on important issues – from malnutrition to migration – to support our partners to make informed decisions and improve lives. We work with our partners and a global network of consultants to deliver a complete interdisciplinary service of the very highest standard, anywhere in the world.
Our partners include foundations, public and private sector organisations, governments, corporate clients and non-governmental organisations. We know that no two organisations are alike, and every project brings new challenges, so we take an agile approach, tailoring our services to each context and for every partner.
We specialise in providing high-quality evidence and insights to help our partners make better decisions based on an understanding of what works, how and for whom, anywhere in the world. Our cutting-edge work in monitoring, evaluation and learning – combined with consultancy services in strategy and design – spans topics, countries and regions.
The Knowledge Hub leads on knowledge management, learning, communications and branding, both within Itad and externally, and plays a key role in maintaining the technical quality of our work. Our growing, multi-disciplinary team includes monitoring and evaluation consultants and learning facilitators, as well as experts on information technology, communications, branding and design. The Knowledge Hub supports staff across Itad to effectively capture and share knowledge, as well as helping staff deliver high quality work through technical support, training and quality assurance.
Externally, the Knowledge Hub leads on communications and sharing high quality, innovative MEL assignments, contributing to building the field around the use of evidence in international development.
Deadline: Sun 6th December