Founded in 1968, TechnoServe is a leader in harnessing the power of the private sector to help people lift themselves out of poverty for good. A non-profit organization working in 30 countries, we work with people to build a better future through regenerative farms, businesses, and markets that increase incomes. Our vision is a sustainable world where all people in low-income communities have the opportunity to prosper.
Our business approach employs detailed market analysis to identify opportunities where local farmers and businesses can benefit and substantially increase their incomes. These analyses allow our programs to leverage the power of markets—local, regional, and global—to create sustainable economic growth. With more than 95% of our staff hailing from the countries in which they work, TechnoServe designs and delivers interventions that are locally adapted and implementable.
We are a mission-driven organization: 94% of TechnoServe staff say that their job provides them with a sense of meaning and purpose. Join our team and empower hardworking people to lift their families and communities out of poverty.
For another year running, TechnoServe made it into the top 10 of The Escape 100. It comes as little surprise with the extensive impact they have across Africa, Latin America and Asia, where they help to employ, upskill, connect and empower enterprising locals. Their work has directly impacted the lives of millions of people living in impoverished communities by bringing private sector practices to those who would most benefit from them. With a significant focus on sustainability and a raft of glowing employee reviews, it's clear that Technoserve is delivering on what it means to be a purposeful organisation and a progressive employer.
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Well-paid maternity, paternity and adoption leave, which you're eligible for if you join more than 13 weeks before your expected date of childbirth or adoption.
Pensions, with a 4% employer contribution.
Private health insurance, and paid sick leave (for both your physical and mental health).
X days’ holiday a year (inc UK public holidays), and we encourage you to use them all up! It's a marathon, not a sprint.