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Operations Manager

Organisation: Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute

Posted on: 26 April 2017
Application deadline: 23 May 2017

UK-Med is a charity that supports the provision and training of UK health care workers who volunteer their services to countries during conflict and catastrophe and is a core partner in the delivery of the DFID funded UK Emergency Medical Team (UK EMT) programme. Based in Manchester, UK we are expanding our team and have an opening for the following position:

Operations Manager
We are seeking to appoint an experienced Operations Manager with humanitarian and/or emergency health response experience to provide leadership and strategic oversight to all activities relating to delivery of the UK EMT programme during this busy period of development. The post holder will be experienced in programme planning, review of systems and resources, and team management. They will provide operational guidance and advice to programme partners and team members, contribute to the development and mentoring of volunteer clinicians and support the delivery of core training programmes.

Candidates must be willing and able to deploy overseas as part of an emergency response.

Salary: £46,000 - £50,000 depending on experience

The post is offered on a fixed term basis to 31st December 2018 with opportunity for extension for a further 2 years in line with programme funding

Closing date: Tuesday 23rd May at 5pm

UK-Med has a Memorandum of Understanding with the Humanitarian and Conflict Institute (HCRI) at The University of Manchester where the team is located and all posts are based.

Contact details

Please see the full Job Description for further details on how to apply or contact

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