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Closing date: 05 Jun 2019

Are you an experienced cash and markets specialist who can help the British Red Cross and the wider Red Cross Red Crescent Movement scale-up our cash-based humanitarian assistance work? Become part of the British Red Cross Cash Delegate Register and join us today in committing to the future of cash. The Cash Register is a pool of skilled, experienced individuals who are available to work overseas on a fixed-term, salaried basis. Individuals on the delegate register are pre-recruited to one or more of the profiles below and contacted when a potentially suitable role arises with the aim of facilitating a fast and smooth deployment. Delegates may work directly for British Red Cross programmes overseas or could be seconded to work for the International Federation of the Red Cross Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) or the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in the field when suitable positions arise.

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Closing date: 24 May 2019

Under the supervision of the IFRC Operations coordinator and working together with the Mozambique Red Cross Society, the Cash and Voucher Assistance delegate will provide support to design, implement and monitor the cash and voucher assistance (CVI) developed to cope with shelter, livelihoods and WASH issues. This position will be based in Mozambique, Beira. Click on the link below for more information on the position and to submit an application.

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Closing date: 19 May 2019

The critical post of Programme Manager sits in the East and Southern Africa team and is responsible for the effective leadership of all British Red Cross cash transfer programming, food security and livelihoods and National Society's capacity-building activities and will have delegated authority to make decisions, under BRC approval processes, about how best BRC can continue to operate in the region. The Programme Manager will play a key role in achieving the vision of BRC's regional strategy for Southern Africa: that National Societies have the knowledge, skills and experience as well as the institutional capability to be able to deliver humanitarian assistance and strengthen resilience through a range of flexible delivery mechanisms as part of National Social Protection Systems. The position will be based in Harare, Zimbabwe, with some travel to other Southern African National Societies as required. If you are unable to apply online or have any queries, please contact Lydia Keegal at, referencing the job title: Programme Manager (Cash)

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