Join the Technical Advisory Group (This is not a paid job – the TAG is a voluntary group.)
Join the Technical Advisory Group
We are looking for new members to join the Technical Advisory Group (TAG). There several places available. The work of the TAG is voluntary. TAG Representatives must be from CaLP member organisations or an independent CaLP member.
CaLP is a dynamic global network of over 90 organisations engaged in the critical areas of policy, practice and research in humanitarian cash and voucher assistance (CVA) and financial assistance more broadly. Collectively, CaLP members deliver the vast majority of humanitarian CVA worldwide. What makes CaLP unique is its diversity. Members currently include local and international non-governmental organisations, United Nations agencies, the Red Cross/Crescent Movement, donors, specialist social innovation, technology and financial services companies, researchers and academics, and individual practitioners. Together, and alongside our strategic partners, we seek to better meet the needs and improve the outcomes for women and men affected by crisis. To do this we ensure that CVA is a central, scalable component of quality, timely and appropriate humanitarian assistance, and that the need to sustain positive outcomes for people over the longer term is considered.
About the TAG
The TAG helps shape and steers CaLP’s technical and policy priorities within agreed strategic vision for the network. The TAG reviews and/or endorses key technical outputs, ensuring complementarities with related member initiatives. TAG Representatives are actively engaged in CaLP’s thematic priority initiatives and are also provided with opportunities to shape CaLP’s regional priorities. The TAG is made up of between 20 and 25 individuals from CaLP members who are able demonstrate, and leverage, a broad range of technical CVA expertise.
Applications will be assessed on the criteria, as set out in the TAG Terms of Reference. In order to improve TAG diversity and complement the existing TAG representation, we particularly welcome applications from people who work with the following types of member organisations and/or have the following expertise:
- Their organisation is a new member of CaLP.
- Their organisation has not been represented on the TAG before, particularly National NGOs and Donors.
- They have expertise in data responsibility and/or social protection.
We are committed to ensuring diversity and encourage applicants from all backgrounds to apply.
Please be advised:
- TAG Representatives must be from CaLP member organisations or an independent CaLP member (usually an independent consultant).
- No more than 1 TAG Representative per Member organisation; although TAG Representatives represent their organisation, it is the individual who is a member of the TAG, not the organisation.
- If your organisation is not a CaLP Member, we welcome your Membership application together with your TAG Application.
 Where financial assistance is understood according to the CaLP Glossary of Terms: https://www.calpnetwork.org/learning-tools/glossary-of-terms/