Capacity Building and Partnerships Manager – United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland


Hours: Full time. Remuneration: £36,000-£42,000 gross annual Duration: Permanent. Location: Manchester, UK (hybrid operation available)

Are you an experienced capacity builder able to implement and coordinate capacity building activities for emergency medical teams and other partners?

The overall aim of UK-Med’s national capacity building capability is to work with partners and health personnel to build response skills to enable health services to be better prepared for emergencies.

The Capacity Building and Partnerships Officer plays a key role in ensuring that UK-Med delivers high quality capacity building activities to national, regional and international partners. The Capacity Building and Partnerships Manager works closely with the Learning and Capacity Building Manager on developing strategic direction and vision for the UK-Med Capacity Building portfolio in line with our capacity building approach, and on building strong learning and improvement processes across all activities.

The Capacity Building and Partnerships Officer is a qualified learning professional with extensive experience in creating, coordinating and delivering humanitarian capacity building programs to high standards. Additionally, the Capacity Building and Partnerships Manager is passionate about building networks, works directly with partners, and is able to see and effectively explore opportunities for collaboration.

How to register

We strongly recommend that you read the Information Pack for Applicants – Capacity Building and Partnership Managementr before applying for this position.

To apply, please send a current resume and one cover letter (2 pages) through our online job portal. Your cover letter should include a detailed explanation of your suitability for this position with specific reference to criteria in the person specification

Applications must be submitted no later than Sunday October 2, 2022.

Applications to work in the UK can only be accepted from people with an existing right to work in the UK.

UK-Med is committed to protecting its staff and beneficiaries and has a zero tolerance approach to sexual exploitation and abuse. We carry out a thorough check before confirming any appointment.

UK-Med is committed to respecting the principles of diversity, equality and inclusion. We strive to provide an inclusive and supportive environment where employees feel respected and supported to achieve their potential.


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