Name: Jim Clarken Company: Oxfam Ireland. Position: Chief executive. Role: Jim will manage over 120 staff and 1,000 volunteers, ensuring that Oxfam Ireland continues to work with poor communities in developing countries to find sustainable solutions to their problems. Track record: Jim has worked at senior management and board level in a broad range of professional and voluntary organisations for over 15 years. Before joining Oxfam Ireland, he managed a large health and water programme with GOAL in Southern Sudan. Most recently he worked as general manager of the Chernobyl Children’s Project International.
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