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  • POSTED ON 18/03/19

    Senior Consultant – Evaluation of The Power of Nutrition’s results management

    London

    The Power of Nutrition

    Evaluation of The Power of Nutrition’s results management

     

    Terms of Reference (ToR)

     Task:                          The Power of Nutrition is seeking a consultant or team of consultants to evaluate its results management system.

     Dates:                         Must be available from April 2019 – September 2019.

     Location:                    Desk-based review and interviews in London.

     

     Background and purpose:

    The Power of Nutrition is a UK-based charitable foundation formed by like-minded investors and implementers committed to ending the cycle of undernutrition and helping children grow to their full potential through new financing and focused action. Our vision is to be a leader in the global efforts to eradicate stunting.

    Undernutrition is the underlying cause of 45% of all child mortality. In Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, nearly 4 in 10 children are growing with stunted bodies and brains.  Putting a stop to undernutrition is one of the best means to transform children’s health, education and livelihoods.

    The Power of Nutrition is working to unlock $1 billion in new financing to transform children’s futures on a scale that few can achieve alone, including substantial co-financing at country level. The Power of Nutrition has a unique matching model in which it matches any dollar raised to make investments in support of national government nutrition programmes, further leveraging funding from implementing partners. To date, The Power of Nutrition has raised $60 million and co-financed $374 million of programmes in Tanzania, Liberia, Ethiopia, Madagascar, Cote D’Ivoire, Rwanda, Benin and Nigeria.

    To track the progress of its investments in their contribution to reduced stunting, The Power of Nutrition has developed a nutrition results management system comprised of a results framework and a process to report results to its investors and a long-term external evaluation of the organisation’s success.

    The Power of Nutrition seeks a consulting team to evaluate the quality of its results management system.

     

    Key topics to address in the evaluation:

    The evaluation report should analyse strengths and weaknesses with The Power of Nutrition’s results management, and present recommendations on aspects that could be improved. Key questions to address in the evaluation are:

    1. To what extent does The Power of Nutrition current procedures for results management facilitate for and ensure:
    • Quality at entry for results management at investment level?
    • Systematic collection, analysis and reporting of results at investment and overall levels?
    • Systematic use of results information in The Power of Nutrition’s overall portfolio management?
    • Provision of adequate information to donors about progress towards the expected results, particularly at outcome and impact levels?
    1. Evaluate how results are counted with a view to the leveraging of funds, and the Power of Nutrition’s system for ensuring that no double-report of results occurs?
    • The Power of Nutrition receives funding from Norway, and they also receive funding from investors/implementing partners, whom are also funded by Norad. For example, when an implementing partner co-invests with PON in a country, are the same results reported on by both/all investing agencies?
    1. To what extent has Power of Nutrition contributed to achievement of expected results at outcome and impact level to date?
    • The evaluation should include an analysis of The Power of Nutrition’s overall nutrition result of two of PONs six ongoing investments – selected from Tanzania, and either Liberia or Ethiopia.

    Tanzania ($44m)

    Date: Approved July 2015 by The Power of Nutrition Board

    Timing: Mid-2015 to mid-2020 (5years)

    Implementing partner: World Bank

     

    Liberia ($9.2m)

    Date: Approved May 2016 by The Power of Nutrition Board

    Timing: 2017 to 2019 (3 years).

    Implementing partner: UNICEF

     

    Ethiopia ($40m)

    Date: Approved in February 2017 by The Power of Nutrition Board

    Timing: 2017 to 2021 (5 years)

    Implementing partner: World Bank

     

    The country analysis should review what has been achieved to date in these investments, including how and what data are collected in these cases, assess how results information has been managed from the country to the overall portfolio level, and the likelihood of these investments to contribute to the Power of Nutrition’s overall impact.

     

     Deliverables:

     Deliverable 1:           

    Submission of a draft evaluation report (in English) by the 1st August 2019.

     Deliverable 2:           

    Submission of a final evaluation report (in English) by the 15th September 2019.

    The final report shall be no more than 20-30 pages with an executive summary of 3 pages with a focus on key findings and recommendations.

     

    The Power of Nutrition and the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) will review and provide written comments on the draft evaluation no later than two weeks after submission, allowing sufficient time to prepare the final evaluation report.

     

     Target audience:      

    The evaluation report is intended primarily for review by Norad and The Power of Nutrition.

     

    Methodology:

    The consultant(s) will choose appropriate methodology in line with research ethics and procedures to carry out their analysis.

    At the start of the evaluation the consultant will meet with The Power of Nutrition Executive to agree on a work plan.

    The consultant(s) will keep the The Power of Nutrition Executive advised on the evaluation progress by means of regular phone and email contact. The consultant is welcome to discuss any matter related to the evaluation with Norad, as the agency which has commanded the evaluation.

    The consultant(s) will primarily conduct desk-based research and through interviews and document reviews with The Power of Nutrition Executive at their office in London. The assignment will require dialogue and interviews with the Power of Nutrition and relevant implementing partners.

    Key documents to review for the evaluation include Power of Nutrition’s results frameworks at investment and overall level, indicator guide, progress reports, standard operating procedures, independent assessments, decision documents etc.

    The consultant(s) will conduct a specific evaluation of The Power of Nutrition’s results and results management for the Tanzania, and either the Liberia or Ethiopia investments.

     

    Consultant(s) profile:

    The evaluation can either be conducted by an individual consultant or a team of consultants. The Consultant should ensure that the appropriately qualified experts are available, as required, for each of the different tasks outlined above.

    Qualifications required:

    • Demonstrated experience evaluating results management systems within the health sector
    • Demonstrated consulting project management experience
    • English fluency

    Qualifications preferred:

    • Understanding of the nutrition sector and experience working with a range of international development organizations
    • Strong oral and written communications skills with experience in presenting to senior technical audiences
    • French language proficiency

     

    What the application should include:

    • A proposal describing the applicants relevant experience, evaluation approach and method
    • Budget and proposed evaluation timeline

     

    Application Deadline: April 1st, 2019

     

    TO APPLY

    Please apply on LinkedIn or send your application to humanresources@powerofnutrition.org

     

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  • POSTED ON 05/03/19

    Director of Communications

    London

    Position                      Director of Communications

    Contract                     Permanent

    Hours                         Full time (37.5 per week)

    Location                     London base with a requirement to travel both nationally and internationally

    Salary                         Competitive plus a discretionary bonus, life insurance, private health care and pension (5% contributory)

    Reports to                  Chief Executive Officer

    Application deadline     31st March 2019

     

    ABOUT THE POWER OF NUTRITION

     

    The Power of Nutrition is a UK-based charitable foundation formed by like-minded investors and implementers committed to ending the cycle of undernutrition and helping children grow to their full potential through new financing and focused action. Our vision is to be a leader in the global efforts to eradicate stunting.

    Undernutrition is the underlying cause of 45% of all child mortality. In Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, nearly 4 in 10 children are growing up with stunted bodies and brains.  Putting a stop to undernutrition is one of the best means we have to transform children’s health, education and livelihoods.

    The Power of Nutrition is working to unlock $1 billion in new financing to transform children’s futures on a scale that few can achieve alone, including substantial co-financing at country level. The Power of Nutrition has a unique matching model in which it matches any dollar raised to make investments in support of national government nutrition programmes, further leveraging funding from implementing partners. The fund launched in April 2015 with support from the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation, UBS Optimus Foundation and the UK’s Department for International Development and our first implementing agency partners include the World Bank Group and UNICEF. In 2018, The Power of Nutrition developed partnerships with international NGOs to complement its portfolio with the World Bank and UNICEF.

    Further information can be viewed at www.powerofnutrition.org

     

    JOB PURPOSE

     

    This is an exciting opportunity to play a leading role developing the organisation’s voice and profile among key audiences, influence its strategic direction and support the delivery of its fundraising and programmatic work. Responsible for the management and creative communication and advocacy leadership of the brand, messaging and positioning of The Power of Nutrition, the Director of Communications will drive narrative and brand positioning with a particular focus on the organisation’s relationship with the private sector.

    The Director of Communications is responsible for both the brand and mission expansion and projection – managing channels and audiences and developing systems to ensure that our work and its impact are well communicated and grow the integrity of our mission and cause.

    This work involves addressing and influencing stakeholder audiences including existing and potential donors, supporters as well as wider audiences including how to ‘brand align’ with key institutions from the business world.

    The role will also involve leading on major cross-organisational projects designed to raise the profile of the Power of Nutrition and the issues that the organisation seeks to address – including major research pieces, presence at major international events and other opportunities to generate interest and publicity.

     

    JOB DESCRIPTION

    Strategic planning

    Develop a comprehensive communications strategy that aligns with the organisation’s twin priorities of raising new money for nutrition and investing it in high-impact programmes that drive dramatic improvements in children’s nutrition, address maternal anaemia and low birthweight and ultimately help to reduce the risk of stunting and undernutrition. Ensure successful implementation of communications strategy with key internal teams (Investments and Partnerships & Brands) as well as with external organisations.

    Public Relations

    Develop a network of influential journalists and influencers (including social media) and develop engagement plans and compelling external-facing content, including thought leadership pieces and news stories that will help to build the organisation’s profile in key media

    Brand and Digital

    Drive the evolution of the organisation’s brand and voice, including through online and social media communications, strategic media relations, special events, fundraising and advocacy.

    Content and Convening

    Develop and promote creative, compelling and consistent content and leverage a range of communications platforms and partnerships for maximum impact. This will include speeches and presentations and executive materials for international Board members.

    Stakeholder Management

    Create and maintain strategic and supportive communications relationships with partners, donors and a broader range of stakeholders. Serve as public spokesperson. Ability to demonstrate well written succinct communications that appeal to a wide audience and verbal skills that develop a rapport with the audience.

    Event Management

    Oversee and manage the delivery of the organisation’s attendance at key international events for the development and nutrition sectors, philanthropists and key business sectors. Ensure that The Power of Nutrition maximises its attendance at these events and that representatives from the organisation are furnished with appropriate messaging and materials to support engagement with key stakeholders and prospects.

    Marketing

    Devise effective materials that can be used across a wide range of communications channels to help colleagues in the organisation to reach key audiences, including key stakeholders and prospective donors, and which help explain how the organisation operates – supporting fundraising activity and helping to develop new business partnerships.

     

    PERSON SPECIFICATION

    Qualifications and Experience

    Essential:

    • Have significant experience and knowledge of delivering high impact external communications for a global organization
    • Success delivering effective communications strategies and measuring impact
    • Experience developing and delivering effective public relations initiatives that build awareness of organisations and issues
    • A good understanding of how digital channels can support campaigns, building champions, advocacy and influencing strategies
    • Experience developing compelling content and thought leadership products
    • Experience developing marketing activity that supports key campaigns and helps colleagues to deliver wider business goals
    • A good understanding and knowledge of media metrics and analysis to assess impact

    Desired:

    • Experience delivering successful Business-to-Business PR campaigns
    • Experience working across a range of geographies and managing network of communications agencies
    • An excellent network of media and influencers across the globe
    • A deep understanding of health issues and current trends in international development

    Skills and Qualities

    • Highly enthused and driven personality with a can-do attitude
    • Proactive lateral thinker and thoughtful disrupter
    • Personable team orientated member of the group
    • Leader by example with a great sense of humour and purpose
    • Introduces new ideas and methods
    • Good events organiser
    • Curiosity, drive, discernment, passion of purpose
    • Excellent communication skills are required along with high level of motivation and strong time management skills

     

    We are looking for candidates with the existing right to work in the UK.

     

    HOW TO APPLY

    Send your CV along with a covering letter explaining how you meet the person specification to humanresources@powerofnutrition.org by 11:59PM on 31st March 2019.

     

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  • POSTED ON 20/02/19

    Senior Business Development Manager – Partnerships and Brands

    London

     SENIOR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER, PARTNERSHIPS AND BRANDS

    Contract                      Permanent

    Hours                           Full time (37.5 per week)

    Location                      Central London with a requirement to travel both nationally and internationally

    Salary range                Circa £60,000 p.a. + Discretionary Bonus, Life Insurance, Private HealthCare and Pension

    Reports to                   Director, Head of Partnerships and Brands

     Application deadline: March 31st, 2019

    CONTEXT

    The Power of Nutrition is a UK-based charitable foundation formed by like-minded investors and implementers committed to ending the cycle of undernutrition and helping children grow to their full potential through new financing and focused action. Our vision is to be a leader in the global efforts to eradicate stunting.

    Undernutrition is the underlying cause of 45% of all child mortality. In Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, nearly 4 in 10 children are growing up with stunted bodies and brains.  Putting a stop to undernutrition is one of the best means we have to transform children’s health, education and livelihoods.

    The Power of Nutrition is working to unlock $1 billion in new financing to transform children’s futures on a scale that few can achieve alone, including substantial co-financing at country level. The Power of Nutrition has a unique matching model in which it matches any dollar raised to make investments in support of national government nutrition programmes, further leveraging funding from implementing partners. The fund launched in April 2015 with support from the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation, UBS Optimus Foundation and the UK’s Department for International Development and our first implementing agency partners include the World Bank Group and UNICEF. In 2018, The Power of Nutrition developed partnerships with international NGOs to complement its portfolio with the World Bank and UNICEF.

    Further information can be viewed at www.powerofnutrition.org

    Multiplying money, maximising children’s potential

     

    JOB SUMMARY

    The Power of Nutrition is looking for a highly-motivated senior business development manager to join the Partnerships & Brands team to take a leadership role in fundraising and partnership development. This will require managing existing relationships with a variety of investors and developing new partnerships and raising funds. The right individual will have superior skills in developing and maintaining donor and partner relationships and in creating sophisticated partnerships to bring The Power of Nutrition’s’ work to scale. The focus of key partner responsibilities may evolve over time as partnerships and opportunities develop.

     

    JOB DESCRIPTION

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES

    Specific duties include but are not limited to:

    Development of Partnerships:

    • Work closely with the Director, Head of Partnerships and Brands to develop and execute a robust fundraising strategy including the development of new strategic partnerships with leading institutional foundations, strategic family foundations, HNWI, governments, corporates and other funders;
    • Develop a pipeline of potential investors and manage a portfolio of partnerships with particular focus on understanding the landscape, identifying prospective partners, helping to build the relationships with those identified and raise new funds;
    • Carry a portfolio of relationships with donors and prospective donors. Understand the donors’ current interests and alignment with The Power of Nutrition’s strategy, develop the cultivation strategy and work with the Investments team to articulate and package the programmatic concepts;
    • Develop compelling written materials, such as proposals, outreach letters and letters of intent. Oversee quality control on all written fundraising materials and donor reports for assigned portfolio. Contribute to the creation and the delivery of presentations to prospects (with either Director, head of Partnerships and Brands or the Chief Executive Officer);
    • Work with The Power of Nutrition’s investor partners to understand their requirements and needs and help to match these with the requirements and needs of implementing agency partners. For larger partners this is likely to require developing tailored approaches;
    • Be familiar with the investment opportunities being discussed with implementing partners and hotspot country focal geographies;
    • Effectively contribute to the due diligence process with prospects and close binding contribution agreements;
    • Work through and establish a personal fundraising target to be met within the reporting year with the Director, Head of Partnerships and Brands;
    • Prepare regular reporting on fundraising progress.

    Sector knowledge and profile-building:

    • Develop an understanding of the political, nutrition and wider development landscape in different geographies to identify additional opportunities for investments and potential funders to support this;
    • Identify key events and opportunities in which The Power of Nutrition should engage and prepare necessary materials for such events (working with communications colleagues); represent The Power of Nutrition at external events, meetings and conferences. Awareness of key funding and development trends and issues and how these trends relate to The Power of Nutrition is also a requirement
    • With a variety of external audiences, act as a knowledgeable resource about The Power of Nutrition’s programmes and its priority areas.

    Membership of the team:

    • Comfortable working flexibly and effectively in a focussed team structure;
    • Commit to continuing the advancement of The Power of Nutrition brand, messaging and communication;
    • Work closely and collaboratively with The Power of Nutrition investment team.

     

    PERSON SPECIFICATION

    ESSENTIAL CRITERIA

    • Educated to degree level or higher in international development and/ or business studies;
    • Experience in strategic fundraising for international development and in developing seven-figure, multi-stakeholder partnerships with a variety of donor and partner types (e.g. institutional foundations, HNWI, family foundations, corporates, bilateral government donors, and INGOs).
    • Demonstrable depth of experience in partnership management, and advocacy within the development sector;
    • Strong numeracy skills and ability to interpret research findings;
    • Ability to speak with confidence in front of audiences both generic and those familiar with the complexities of nutrition;
    • Excellent partnership and relationship building skills, including representing The Power of Nutrition with senior Government officials and partners. Experience in both public and private sector is needed for the role;
    • A self-starter, with resilience, pace, drive, interpersonal flexibility and a high degree of organisational skills;
    • High level of professionalism, including being conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines, and communicating in a timely fashion. A positive attitude and ability to work within a team environment are essential.

     

    DESIRABLE CRITERIA

    • Knowledge of nutrition within the context of international development;
    • Familiarity with programme design;
    • Fluency in French and/or German.

     

    TO APPLY

    Please apply on LinkedIn or send your CV and a cover letter to humanresources@powerofnutrition.org

     

     

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  • POSTED ON 18/06/18

    Senior Nutrition Governance & Systems Reform Specialist

    London, UK

    Salary: Competitive plus a discretionary bonus, life insurance, private health care and pension (5% contributory)

    Contract: Permanent, full-time

    Reporting to: Director of Investments

    Travel requirements: Dependent upon project needs, may be 5-6+ weeks / year

     

    THE CONTEXT OF THE ROLE

    The Senior Nutrition Governance & Systems Reform Specialist is a key appointment for The Power of Nutrition. S/he will work within the Investments team to ensure that all investments are robust, and well-structured to satisfy good governance criteria and to achieve a sustainable impact for children at scale. S/he will also collaborate closely with colleagues across the organisation to undertake the necessary due diligence on all new investment opportunities and support the review and management of ongoing investments. All the investments and programmes are complex, and this individual will need to interact with numerous stakeholders – Investors (Private, Corporate, High Net Worth and institutional donors) and Governments
    and their respective departments (particularly Ministries of Health and Finance) in the UK and overseas. S/he will need to have a good understanding of health and / or nutrition, and public finance management / economics with a broad understanding of the environment in which the above stakeholders operate. They will have a strong ability to communicate, negotiate and influence at multiple levels, knowledge to evaluate and quantify the scope of our
    nutritional interventions, the proportion of health budgets allocated to nutrition programmes, the amount of capacity building and systemic reform being undertaken in-country. Ultimately, the individuals’ ability to review and disseminate the impact of our investments and nutrition
    programmes on the lives of children is paramount.
    The Power of Nutrition team is relatively small, and everyone has the passion and commitment for our mission to nutrition. S/he must be a self-starter and have a can-do attitude to undertake duties beyond their specialist area. There are many opportunities to oversee nutrition programmes, get involved in fundraising, partnerships, communications, advocacy, branding and marketing.
    It is a fantastic role to broaden your skills and experience, work within a creative and innovative UK-based charitable foundation with a clear focus on delivering a sustainable impact for children in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Programme Development, Delivery and Portfolio Management In partnerships with implementing partners ensure new investments are developed in line with The Power of Nutrition’s Theory of Change and Investment Criteria;
    • Ensure effective management of The Power of Nutrition’s investment portfolio;
    • Ensure all investment decisions are underpinned by robust political economy analysis and effective appraisal of government’s capacity to scale up and sustain the proposed nutrition interventions;
    • Ensure all investment have robust governance in place to support effective implementation and facilitate cross donor/cross governments investments where appropriate;
    • Where appropriate, work with implementing partners and programme evaluators to agree the most effective approach to track government budgets and expenditure on Nutrition as related to The Power of Nutrition’s investments;
    • Throughout the lifecycle of investments, ensure progress is being made on the governance and systemic reform components in line with the programme’s ambitions;
    • Collaborate with implementing partners to identify innovative new ways to realise sustainable scale up of nutrition interventions at a national level;
    • Contribute effectively to policy dialogue with key stakeholders in implementing partners and national governments on the sustainable scale-up of The Power of Nutrition investments;
    • Work with implementing partners to develop cutting edge approaches to monitor and evaluate the impact of the governance and systemic reform components of The Power of Nutrition’s investments;
    • Contribute to strengthening The Power of Nutrition’s network with institutions specialising in nutrition governance and systemic reform.

    Fundraising
    • Support colleagues in Partnership & Brands in presentations to prospective donors;
    • Support the development of proposals for prospective investors

    Reporting & Communication
    • Work with internal and external colleagues to ensure the systemic reform and scale-up components of investments are in accordance to the agreed results framework;
    • Simplify scale-up and systems reform content from evaluation and measurement frameworks for the Communications and Partnerships & Brand teams;
    • Drive effective dissemination of successful scale of nutrition investments from The Power of Nutrition investments to influence regional and global policy and practice.

    Strategy Development
    • Support the Director of Investments in setting the scale-up and systemic reform standards for The Power of Nutrition investments;
    • In collaboration with the Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, ensure The Power of Nutrition has robust data from investment evaluations to inform the scale-up and systemic reform components of the independent evaluation;
    • Undertake governance analysis of The Power of Nutrition Investment countries and ensure these are used to inform investment decisions;
    • Ensure The Power of Nutrition has a strong understanding of the global nutrition landscape and is effectively networked into the landscape;
    • Act as a thought leader and communicator to a wide variety of audiences.

    Sector knowledge and profile-building
    • Act as The Power of Nutrition’s leading source of knowledge on current and emerging evidence on systemic reform and scale-up of proven nutrition interventions;
    • Keep abreast of developments within the systemic reform and public-sector reform for nutrition sectors – including spotting opportunities and challenges to overcome in countries where The Power of Nutrition is working;
    • With a variety of external audiences, act as a knowledgeable resource about The Power of Nutrition’s programmes and priority areas;
    • Represent The Power of Nutrition in key fora and manage relationships with our implementation partners and their key stakeholders in a supportive and pragmatic way.

    Membership of the team
    • Comfortable working flexibly and effectively in a focused team structure;
    • Provide coaching and mentoring support to colleagues, as required to help build skills, confidence and capability in nutrition governance and systems reform;
    • Line manage interns when necessary;
    • Commit to continuing the advancement of The Power of Nutrition brand, messaging and communications.

     

    PERSON SPECIFICATION

    Essential requirements

    • Masters’ degree or equivalent level of academic and professional experience in nutrition, health science, public health, political science, international relations, public administration, management, accounting or finance, law or development studies;
    • Extensive experience in systemic reform and/or public finance management in the nutrition or health sector will be an asset;
    • Evidence of expertise in political economy analysis and an established track and credibility in working on systemic reform issues in the nutrition and/or health sectors in fragile and conflict, developing and/or emerging economy context;
    • A strong track record and evidence of successful delivery in political economy and institutional analysis;
    • Familiarity or experience engaging with global governance structures/coordinating mechanisms within the nutrition sector will be an asset (Scaling Up Nutrition Movement, Council on Food Security, Nutrition 4 Growth initiative, UN REACH, etc.);
    • Proven programme development and programme management experience;
    • Demonstrable experience in influencing policies and reforms at senior levels of government and influencing bilateral and multilateral donors;
    • Strong interpersonal and teamwork skills;
    • Outstanding communication skills with a proven ability to taper style for both technically literate and non-technical audiences, investors and policy-makers;
    • Excellent writing and analytical skills – a publication record is desirable, but not required;
    • Outstanding networking skills with a proven ability to work globally and effectively with diverse groups of individuals. Experience with large bilateral donors such as DFID, multilaterals such as the World Bank and UNICEF, and the private sector such as CIFF and UBS Optimus Foundation is desirable;
    • An ability to work in French is desirable.

    Desirable

    • Excellent political awareness and judgment on sensitive governance matters;
    • Strong understanding of nutrition interventions in an international development context;
    • Strategic and results-oriented;
    • Excellent relationship building and relationship management abilities;
    • Demonstration of an ability to influence beyond authority;
    • A proven ability to solve problems and make decisions including challenging ones.

    Application Instructions

    All correspondence, at this stage, should be via Oxford HR. To apply for this post, click on the “Apply” button in the job advert page. You will be asked to complete an application form by attaching an updated CV and supporting statement for this role.

    For further information or an informal discussion, please contact Ana Fernandes, Lead Consultant at power-of-nutrition@oxfordhr.co.uk

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DIVERSITY

We value, promote, welcome, encourage and celebrate the diversity of everyone that engages with The Power of Nutrition

  • From our donors, trustees and partners, to our beneficiaries and employees, our aim is to be relevant to everyone regardless of their gender, race, age, religion, physical ability, sexual orientation or cultural identity;
  • Different backgrounds, perspectives, experiences, career paths and diversity of thought can add considerable value to the way we work as an organisation, thus all our stakeholders will be encouraged to draw on their background to inform our work;
  • People from all backgrounds will be actively encouraged to apply as employees and trustees so that we reflect the vibrant diversity of today’s society. We’ll also monitor the diversity of applicants and, wherever we can, take positive steps towards ensuring we appeal to all kinds of people from all walks of life;
  • We will ensure that there are equal opportunities for career development for our employees;
  • Furthermore, we will continue to work to maintain the trust of our stakeholders by making ourselves accessible and accountable and providing a high level of transparency and performance in all our activities and processes.