Whether you’re a graduate looking to join our cross-cutters team or a more experienced professional with an interest or specialism in development, we want to hear from you.
It’s only by recruiting and developing talented employees that we can achieve a positive and lasting impact in the places we work. We currently employ over 400 skilled individuals across a network of offices around the world. We value different backgrounds, voices, and perspectives to ensure we keep finding new and better ways of delivering on our mission. In doing so, we always attend to the safety and wellbeing of those with whom we work both directly and indirectly and, in particular, are committed to the safeguarding and protection of vulnerable people. We expect all of our people to share these values.
Our consultancy roles offer access world-leading knowledge and expertise. We would like to hear from candidates with unique sector experience who want to work within a truly collaborative and dynamic environment.
Our cross-cutting team support projects with technical inputs. It allows graduates and early-career professionals to develop and refine their technical skills and provides experiences across the key thematic areas of international development.
Our business services roles ensure we operate to world-class standards. From accomplished programme management teams, to legal and finance experts, to IT and communications specialists, each individual plays a vital part in the success of our organisation.
We aim to offer all our employees the opportunity to develop and thrive, and look for people who share our values in order to create a rewarding place to work for all our staff. Find out more about why we think you should work with us.
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In addition to these positions in our organisation, our Oxford Policy Fellowship – a not-for-profit subsidiary of Oxford Policy Management – provides another pathway into an international development career. The Fellowship provides a unique opportunity for early-career legal and public policy advisors to take up two-year placements within a low-income country government. Visit the Oxford Policy Fellowship website for the latest information about becoming a Fellow.