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Jun 062018
 

Organization: Key Aid Consulting
Country: France
Closing date: 15 Jun 2018

Key Aid Consulting is an agile international consulting group based in France and established in 2017, with partnerships across the globe. Key Aid Consulting is one of the sole consultancy groups specialised in the provision of cash-based interventions in humanitarian settings, including in complex environments. Its services focus on improving assistance to crisis-affected households around the world, notably via the harnessing of lessons learned and use of evaluations.

As our activity is growing, we are looking to expand our core team in our Paris office.

The Consultant leads the management of new or existing projects to ensure Key Aid work is delivered to the highest quality. The Consultant may lead a project team to ensure the smooth running and effective delivery of Key Aid missions.

We are looking for committed individuals, who are willing to travel up to 30% of their time and who have the right to work in France.

The full job description can be accessed here.

How to apply:

To apply, submit:

· Cover letter: stating your skills, experience and interest in the post. Cover letters will be read carefully as they form a key part of the application.

· Updated CV and sample of relevant work or publications

If you do not live in the EU, you should confirm in your cover letter, your capacity to work in France.

Applications should be sent by email before 5 pm Paris time on June 15th, 2018 at recruitment@keyaidconsulting.com. The email object should state: REF052018H Humanitarian Consultant application. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis; applicants could be contacted before the close of application date.

Only shortlisted consultants will be contacted.

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