The latest international development related jobs in Wales can be found below. 

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For jobs in Wales and the South West of England visit the South West International Development Network (SWIDN) website.

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Bees for Development - Project Manager - Pay to be agreed based upon experience - 37.5 hours a week - Monmouth 

Closing Date: 28 February 2019

Bees for Development are seeking a talented and enthusiastic person to join our team as Project Manager to contribute to the successful achievement of Bees for Development project work.

You will work alongside other colleagues in Monmouth, UK and with our partner organisations in Ethiopia, Ghana, and Uganda. We are seeking a professional, adaptable and dependable person, passionate about promoting beekeeping as a means to change people’s lives for the better. You will be expected to maintain our high organisational reputation with stakeholders and build positive working relationships in the UK and internationally. Within our small Bees for Development team, you must contribute also to the wide range of tasks associated with fundraising, publicity and administration.

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Bees for Development - Communications Manager - Pay to be agreed based upon experience - 37.5 hours a week - Monmouth 

Closing Date: 28 February 2019

BfD believes that apiculture is a uniquely valuable way for the world’s poorest people to
create environmentally sustainable and economically resilient livelihoods.

This is a new post at Bees for Development for which we seek a talented and enthusiastic communications professional. The Communications Manager will play a key role within our small team, in particular providing first class care in supporter stewardship, including communications, fundraising and marketing activities.

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International Learning Opportunities - Professional Development Placement Opportunity

If you’re a manager or leader, permanently employed within the Welsh public and voluntary sector, ILO offers the opportunity to spend 8 weeks in sub-Saharan Africa working on development projects designed to enhance your leadership skills.

This is a very different leadership programme which stretches and challenges participants; taking you out of your comfort zone and allowing you to work more creatively and resourcefully.

The ILO programme is funded by Welsh Government’s Wales for Africa programme. As placements are designed to enhance your leadership skills, your employer would be expected to continue to fund your salary costs for the duration of the placement.

For more information visit the Academi Wales website