Oxfam Graduate Career Profile
60% of our 6,400 staff are from developing countries.
We work with over 2,000 local partners worldwide.
We are a member of over 100 alliances and networks.
We have 23,000 volunteers around the world.
We have 550,000 regular donors worldwide.
Oxfam GB's approach to pay is driven by its values. Pay is reviewed annually for all employees and will always seek to:
Take account of markets in which we compete for staff
Recognise individual performance and achievement;
Assist Oxfam GB in keeping the employees it needs;
Be affordable to the organisation;
Be justifiable to donors
London weighting allowances/hotspot allowance
If you are required to cover the duties of a person on a higher level during a period of temporary absence or while we are recruiting for the senior post, you may qualify for an 'additional responsibility allowance'. This will only be paid if you have taken on full responsibility for the work of the senior employee, including decision-making, for more than four weeks.
There may be occasions when you are not deputising for your manager, but have been asked to undertake duties which add significantly to your job responsibilities, on a temporary basis. You may receive an additional allowance in this case, if the situation lasts for more than four weeks and it is agreed that an allowance is justified.
First Aid Allowance is paid to employees who have completed a recognised first aid course, and who have responsibility for first aid in their work place.
- General Management
- Human Resources
Oxfam Application Process
- Application Form
- Competency Testing
- Offer Made
Oxfam has offices and programmes in over 70 countries in 8 regions
To find out more or to apply for a scheme, visit Oxfam.
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