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    Organization: Fred Hollows Foundation
    Country: Australia
    Closing date: 25 Mar 2018

    Executive Assistant to CEO

    · Support our new CEO

    · Busy and dynamic working environment

    · Rosebery Location – 10 minutes from the CBD

    The Fred Hollows Foundation is one of Australia’s most respected and trusted charities whose vision is to end avoidable blindness and ensure the work of Fred Hollows lives on. The Foundation is an international development organisation working in 25 countries throughout Africa, South Asia and South East Asia as well as in Australia. The Foundation has restored sight to more than 2 million people worldwide.

    The Executive Assistant is accountable for providing administrative, secretarial and executive support to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) as well supporting other Executive Assistants as required.

    To be successful in this role you will possess strong experience in office management, experience working in administrative and support services function, previous experience supporting senior executives and experience working in an international context or for a multi-national organization. You will have a proven track record in providing support to CEO's/Senior Executives within a complex environment.

    You will also have:

    • Outstanding organisational skills, and a demonstrated ability to meet diverse and conflicting deadlines in high volume work environment.
    • Strong professional personal presentation, with an attitude of service and support.
    • Good attitude towards teamwork and works productively and respectfully in a team.
    • Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills and good attention to detail.
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office software.
    • Ability to develop effective systems for office administration tasks.

    You will possess first class communication skills and the ability to deal proactively and confidently with a range of people, tasks and situations, you will also possess a genuine ability to multi-task along with strong prioritising and organisational skills. Your positive disposition, independent working style, energy and commitment will be paramount.

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are strongly encouraged to apply.


    How to apply:

    For a detailed Job description and for information on how to apply please visit our website http://www.hollows.org/au/careers/current-vacancies

    Applications close: 25th March 2018

    The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work. Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment.


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    Organization: Women for Women International
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 13 Apr 2018

    Overview of Women for Women International

    Women for Women International (WfWI) is an international Non-Governmental Organization with its head office in Washington D.C. The organization currently has five active field offices–Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Nigeria—and works through affiliates and partners in Bosnia and Kosovo. Women for Women International provides women survivors of war, civil strife and other conflicts with tools and resources to move from crisis and poverty to stability and self-sufficiency.

    WfWI works with the most marginalized women in conflict-affected countries to help them move from poverty and isolation to self-sufficiency and empowerment. Through our combined economic and social empowerment program, we aim to provide participants with a combination of knowledge, skills, and resources to increase their self-confidence and capacity to create sustainable change in their lives and those of their families and communities. Since 1993, and across eight conflict affected countries, we have worked with over 462,000 marginalized women.

    Background to ToR: WfWI’s Holistic Social and Economic Empowerment Program

    Through the year-long program, women learn about the value of their work in the family and local economy, basic health practices, their role in decision-making, women’s rights, and the benefits of working together in a group for social and economic purposes. The training is delivered to groups of 25 women at a time, and participants receive a monthly stipend. Support is provided to link women to a savings tool, either by opening formal bank savings accounts or by helping them establish savings and lending groups. For women who need it, we provide a limited series of numeracy classes to bring them to the level where they can better benefit from business and vocational skills training. We also provide referral services to women, connecting them to health and other financial services. Since 1993, and across eight conflict affected countries, we have worked with over 447,000 marginalized women.

    Through this year-long program, we aim to achieve the following four primary outcomes:

    • Women earn and save money;

    • Women improve health and wellbeing;

    • Women influence decisions in the home and community;

    • Women connect to networks for support.

    We implement a variety of additional complementary program activities in specific contexts to help strengthen our effectiveness in changing target outcomes for marginalized women, which range from men’s engagement programs, advanced business skills and cooperative management training, leadership training, and advocacy interventions.

    WfWI’s Research Portfolio

    After more than 20 years of on-the-ground experience implementing our program, WfWI is at an important strategic and programmatic crossroad. There is growing recognition of the value of rigorous research and evaluation to demonstrate impact, learn and improve on program results, contribute to global policy debates, and influence decision-makers. WfWI is evolving into a learning organization that uses rigorous monitoring, research and evaluation to guide key programmatic and organizational decisions, as well as to advocate for evidence-based policy and practice.

    WfWI has three ongoing randomized controlled trials (RCTs), looking at different types of social and economic empowerment impacts from our program, across our programs in Afghanistan, DRC, and Nigeria. The research associate would contribute to the ongoing work of our RCTs in the DRC and Nigeria, detailed below.

    In Nigeria, we are conducting an impact evaluation of variations on WfWI’s women’s social and economic empowerment programming, as it affects the profitability and sustainability of women’s income-generating activities during and after program graduation. Program variations to be tested are: 1) women’s participation in Village Savings and Loans Associations (VSLAs), and 2) women’s additional mentorship support after program graduation. This project uses a 2x2 factorial design to test both variations, with a sample size of 1000 women enrolled in our program. This project is currently in the process of collecting baseline data. Next steps will be data cleaning, analysis, and write-up.

    In the DRC, we are conducting an impact evaluation of WfWI’s women’s empowerment programming, as it affects women’s agency, decision-making, mental health, economic empowerment and household welfare outcomes. This project includes a control group of 1000 women and two treatment arms. Treatment Arm A consists of 500 women enrolled in our core year-long holistic empowerment program. Treatment Arm B consists of 500 women enrolled in our core year-long holistic empowerment program, coupled with their male partners or family members participating in our 3-month men’s engagement programming. This project is finalizing the baseline reporting of data and ramping up for midline data collection, which will occur in August 2018. Preparatory work for this data collection will begin in May.

    Responsibilities of the STC Research Associate

    WfWI is seeking a short-term consultant to assist the Senior Research Officer in the processes of data cleaning, analysis and write-up, and preparatory work for data collection launch for the DRC and Nigeria research projects from April to August 2018. Since this work will require a deep understanding of WfWI’s operating model and ongoing research projects, the consultant will work closely with Senior Research Officer and MRE team, as necessary.

    Specific tasks will include:

    Nigeria project:

    • Lead the data cleaning and analysis of the baseline dataset (generated using SurveyCTO)

    • Write a baseline report from the cleaned and analyzed data in conjunction with the Senior Research Officer and Principal Investigators.

    DRC project:

    • Assist with Institutional Review Board (IRB) proposals and submissions;

    • Support the development of questionnaires with the Senior Research Officer and Principal Investigators;

    • Support the selection of local research firm to conduct field work, and assist with contracting logistics;

    • Communicate with partners about field activities and workplans when required.

    Across projects:

    • Development of communications tools and deliverables from baseline data;

    • Support grant proposals and applications for funding the WfWI research portfolio as needed;

    • Conduct literature reviews on relevant topics of women’s economic and social empowerment as requested;

    • Regularly communicate updates and troubleshoot challenges with the Senior Research Officer and Principal Investigators.

    Required Skills and Qualifications

    • A bachelor’s degree in economics, social sciences, public policy, or related fields; masters degree preferred.

    • Minimum two years of experience conducting research in international development, economics, health or a related field; experience with randomized controlled trials preferred.

    • Demonstrated knowledge of relevant research on women’s economic empowerment in developing countries required.

    • Demonstrated experience cleaning and analyzing datasets in Stata required.

    • Strong quantitative and analytic skills required.

    • Fluency and excellent communication skills in English required, work proficiency in French preferred.

    • Familiarity with SurveyCTO preferred.

    • Excellent management and organizational skills.

    • Ability to quickly incorporate feedback and respond to deadlines and requests.

    • Good judgement skills, positive attitude to work, demonstrates initiative and problem-solving skills.

    • Flexible, self-motivating, able to work independently and with remote supervision.

    • Working experience on research projects in a developing country is a strong plus.

    • Commitment and respect for Women for Women International’s mission and values.

    Location

    Consultant will have regular meetings with and submit the deliverables to the Senior Research Officer in the Washington, DC headquarters.

    Budget

    Our budget is $13,000-15,000. Anticipated days of work: 60-80 days.


    How to apply:

    To Apply:

    Please submit the following in your application:

    • CV

    • Example of a data cleaning do-file (Stata)

    • Writing sample of a write-up of data (excerpt of report, summary, etc) – 10 pages max.

    • 2 professional references

    • Budget (Include number of days, daily rate, any other anticipated expenses)

    Top candidates will be contacted for an interview and Stata skills test.

    Application Instructions

    All interested candidates should submit an application to the WfWI Career page at http://www.womenforwomen.org/about-us/careers by April 9th, 2018. Due to urgency of this consultancy, applications will be shortlisted on a regular basis and we may offer the positions before the closing date. For further questions, please contact Eva Noble at enoble@womenforwomen.org

    Women for Women International provides equal opportunity and fair and equitable treatment in employment to all people without regard to race, color religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation, marital status, or sexual orientation.


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    Organization: Fred Hollows Foundation
    Country: Ethiopia
    Closing date: 19 Apr 2018

    COUNTRY DIRECTOR - ETHIOPIA

    • Bring your leadership skills and expertise to help eliminate avoidable blindness
    • Key role within a world-renowned international development NGO
    • Located in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    The Fred Hollows Foundation is a development organisation working in more than 25 countries. We help train and empower local eye doctors, nurses and health workers to create a sustainable system of care in the communities that need it most. The work we do has a very clear purpose: to make sure everyone, whether they’re rich or poor, has access to high quality, affordable eye health.

    We focus on preventable and treatable diseases such as cataract, trachoma and diabetic retinopathy. Our in-country work involves local training and providing affordable technology, so doctors, nurses and health care workers can recognise, diagnose, refer and treat eye problems in their communities. We use research to improve our understanding of avoidable blindness, then use our findings to implement strategies and advocate for change. As part of our global efforts to eliminate blindness, The Fred Hollows Foundation has been working in Ethiopia in its effort to eliminate trachoma by 2020 in one of the worst affected areas in the world.

    We are seeking a dynamic and self-driven individual who has a significant level of experience leading complex, large-scale programs in public health, development or aid. Reporting to the Regional Associate Director for Africa, the Country Director will lead The Foundation’s Country Office and programming in Ethiopia.

    You will be an accomplished leader and seasoned senior manager who has a proven track record of building high performing teams and establishing operational excellence. Your advocacy skills and superior relationship management skills will ensure your success in taking a program of significant scale to the next level.

    Working as part of the International Programs team, this is a senior leadership position which will oversee the development and management of our biggest eye health program. You will be responsible for managing a complex portfolio of health interventions, including Mass Drug Administration, TT Surgery and WASH projects with an annual expenditure of over $10M. In addition you will serve as the focal person, representing The Foundation across a wide range of stakeholders to engage, advocate and increase resources for eliminating blindness, particularly Trachoma and Cataract.

    To be successful in this position you will have;

    • A relevant degree in public health, international development or a related field
    • Previous experience at Country Manager/Director level
    • A Minimum of 10 years’ demonstrated experience managing complex, large scale programs in public health, or development; ideally with some exposure to eye health programming and new business development.
    • Demonstrated capacity for high-level representation and strategic advocacy: able to engage and influence senior levels of government, multi-lateral agencies and other partners
    • Experience managing a team and working in a global environment
    • Project management and project design experience
    • Strong written and verbal English ability
    • Your experience in full cycle project management, project design experience and managing budgets will also be essential.

    This is an exciting time to join The Fred Hollows Foundation Ethiopia as we seek to deliver even greater impact and enhance our ability to accomplish our vision.


    How to apply:

    All suitably qualified candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

    Applications should be made via our website: http://www.hollows.org/au/careers/current-vacancies and should include your resume and cover letter addressing all areas expressed in the ‘experience, skills & attributes’ section of the Role Purpose as well as details of your current and expected salary.

    Applications close: Thursday 19th April 2018

    The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work. Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment.


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    Organization: Fred Hollows Foundation
    Country: Rwanda
    Closing date: 20 Apr 2018

    • Key role within a world-renowned international development NGO based in Kigali, Rwanda

    • Be a significant contributor to ending avoidable blindness

    Come and join our international development organisation where we are ensuring that the vision of Fred Hollows lives on. We are working to eradicate avoidable blindness by 2020, and are committed to working with partners to bring about change that is sustainable and reaches even the most vulnerable communities. Working across more than 26 countries, our vision is for a world where no one is needlessly blind.

    Reporting directly to the Country Manager, the Finance & Operations Manager will oversee Finance, Procurement and Logistics, Human Resources and general Administration accountabilities for our Rwanda and Burundi Country office. This is a senior leadership role and while we need someone who has strong financial acumen and operational experience you also need to have personal motivation to drive strong Procurement and Logistics, Security, Risk Management, oversee general office management, Policy and Process, and Human Resources.

    You will lead a team of finance, administration and logistics professionals to effectively manage resources and systems for our Rwanda & Burundi program. You and the team will also have strong internal and external partner relationships to be effective. While you will need to understand the workings across a multi-team environment you have team members to do the doing, so you need to be a strong leader who can coach, lead and drive action.

    To be successful in this role you must have;

    • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting or related field. MBA is preferred.

    • CPA (K) or ACCA certified.

    • Minimum of 5 years leadership experience in an INGO environment.

    • 5 years of experience in managing finances in a senior position.

    • At least 3 years managing operations( human resources, supply chain, administration)

    • Grant management and donor funded reporting experience.

    • Ability to lead a team in a rapidly changing environment.

    • Good knowledge of Rwanda employment labour laws.

    • Good knowledge of procurement processes and internal control systems.

    • Sound knowledge of current legislation and regulatory requirements relevant to INGOs in Rwanda.

    • Solid knowledge of accounting principles, financial systems, budget/cash-flow monitoring and internal accounting controls.

    • Must have good working knowledge of computerized accounting software, preferably Sun Systems and literacy in using Microsoft Office programs.

    • Experience dealing with an English speaking head office and matrix reporting environment.

    • Excellent written and verbal communications skills , with strong English


    How to apply:

    Applications should be made via our website: http://www.hollows.org/au/careers/current-vacancies and should include your resume and cover letter addressing all areas expressed in the ‘experience & skills section of the role purpose as well as details of your current and expected salary.

    Applications close: Friday 20th April, 2018

    This position is open to Rwanda Nationals only who must have the appropriate right to work in Rwanda.

    The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work. Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment.


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  • 06/07/18--17:57: Pakistan: Program Manager
  • Organization: Fred Hollows Foundation
    Country: Pakistan
    Closing date: 17 Jun 2018

    • Leading International development organisation
    • Bring your skills and experience and help us end avoidable blindness
    • Full – time position, based in Islamabad

    A unique opportunity has become available to join one of Australia’s most well respected and fastest growing international development organisations – The Fred Hollows Foundation. Working across 26 countries, our vision is for a world where no one is needlessly blind. We have an ambitious 5-year strategic plan that aims to take The Foundation even closer to realising our vision of ending avoidable blindness.

    In order to help us achieve our vision, we are looking for a Program Manager to join our Pakistan team. Reporting to the Senior Program Manager, and leading a small team of project officers, you will be accountable for working with our implementing partners in Pakistan in the areas of project planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation to ensure the effective implementation and coordination of a number of project activities. You will utilise your highly developed project design, project management and budgeting skills and proven stakeholder relationship abilities to ensure successful project outcomes. As part of this position, you will be required to travel domestically and lead a small team.

    The successful candidate will bring a strong background in program cycle management and leadership, along with highly developed communication skills. We are looking to recruit a talented local professional who understands the Pakistan health sector and has the passion and drive to make a significant contribution to ending avoidable blindness in the region.

    To be successful in this role you will have:

    • Tertiary qualifications in International Development, Community Development, Public Health or Social Sciences (Masters’ level desirable.)
    • Extensive experience (minimum 5 years) in program and project management and Monitoring and Evaluation within the international development sector, particularly in Public Health
    • Previous experience leading others
    • Previous experience, working with and influencing government partners
    • Knowledge of the Pakistan health system
    • Well-developed partnership and stakeholders skills.
    • Strong written and spoken English.
    • Eligibility to work in Pakistan

    How to apply:

    For further information on how to apply please visit our website http://www.hollows.org/au/careers/current-vacancies

    Alternatively, If you would like further information please contact our Talent Acquisition Specialist Victoria Cawley on vcawley@hollows.org

    The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work. Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment.

    To be eligible to apply for this position you must have the appropriate right to work in Pakistan

    Please note that due to high volume applications, only successful applicants will be contacted


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    Organization: Fred Hollows Foundation
    Country: Ethiopia
    Closing date: 21 Jun 2018

    • Key role working as part of our Ethiopian team.
    • Be a significant contributor to eliminating trachoma in Ethiopia, Oromia region.
    • Full-time, fixed term position based in Ethiopia, Addis Ababa.

    The Fred Hollows Foundation, an international NGO founded in 1992 has been a driving force in the development and implementation of blindness prevention programs in some of the poorest and most isolated regions in the world. Currently operating in 25 countries throughout Africa, South Asia and South East Asia, The Foundation is working to end avoidable blindness.

    Under the guidance and technical support of the MDA Program Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating the implementation of SAFE strategy for trachoma control in all assigned zones of Oromia regional state. S/he provides support to the Oromia Regional Health Bureau in strengthening the implementation of the WHO endorsed SAFE strategy for the elimination of blinding trachoma. S/he will be based in Addis Ababa and is required to travel extensively to project areas.

    To be successful in this position, you need to have at least a BSc Degree in Public Health or related fields from a recognized institution and a minimum of five years of relevant experience in public health, eye health or disease prevention and control programs.

    This is an exciting time to join The Fred Hollows Foundation as we seek to deliver even greater impact and enhance our ability to accomplish our vision.


    How to apply:

    Applications should be made via our website: http://www.hollows.org/au/careers/current-vacancies and should include your resume and cover letter addressing all areas expressed in the ‘experience, skills & attributes’ section of the role purpose as well as details of your current and expected salary.

    To be eligible to apply for this position, you must have the appropriate right to work in Ethiopia, willingness to be based in Addis Ababa with frequent visits to the field sites, and preparedness to undergo background checks including criminal records check and qualifications/reference check.

    For further information, please contact the HR and Admin department, Ethiopia at 0116-181042.

    The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work. Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment.

    The Fred Hollows Foundation – Ethiopia (FHF-E) has been registered and licensed by The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Charites and Societies Agency in accordance with Charities and Societies Proclamation No. 621/2009, and certificate number 2985, on 4 March 2013.


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    Organization: Fred Hollows Foundation
    Country: Viet Nam
    Closing date: 30 Jun 2018

    • Key role within a world-renowned international development NGO based in Da Nang, Vietnam
    • Be a significant contributor to ending avoidable blindness

    Come and join our international development organisation where we are ensuring that the vision of Fred Hollows lives on. We are working to eradicate avoidable blindness by 2020, and are committed to working with partners to bring about change that is sustainable and reaches even the most vulnerable communities. Working across more than 26 countries, our vision is for a world where no one is needlessly blind.

    Reporting directly to the Country Manager, the Finance & Operations Manager will oversee Finance, Procurement and Logistics, Human Resources and general Administration accountabilities for our Vietnam Country office. This is a senior leadership role and while we need someone who has strong financial acumen and operational experience you also need to have personal motivation to drive strong Procurement and Logistics, Security, Risk Management, oversee general office management, Policy and Process, and Human Resources.

    You will lead a small team of finance and administration professionals to effectively manage resources and systems for our program. You and the team will also have strong internal and external partner relationships to be effective. While you will need to understand the workings across a multi-team environment you have team members to do the doing, so you need to be a strong leader who can coach, lead and drive action.

    To be successful in this role you must have;

    • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting or related field. MBA is preferred.
    • CPA (K) or ACCA certified.
    • Minimum of 5 years leadership experience.
    • 5 years of experience in managing finances in a senior position.
    • Grant management and donor funded reporting experience.
    • Good knowledge of procurement processes and internal control systems.
    • Sound knowledge of current legislation and regulatory requirements relevant to INGOs.
    • Solid knowledge of accounting principles, financial systems, budget/cash-flow monitoring and internal accounting controls.
    • Must have good working knowledge of computerized accounting software, preferably Sun Systems and literacy in using Microsoft Office programs.
    • Experience dealing with an English speaking head office and matrix reporting environment.
    • Excellent written and verbal communications skills , with strong English

    How to apply:

    Applications should be made via our website: http://www.hollows.org/au/careers/current-vacancies and should include your resume and cover letter addressing all areas expressed in the ‘experience & skills section of the role purpose as well as details of your current and expected salary.

    Applications close: 5pm AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time) 30th June 2018

    This position is open to Vietnam Nationals only who must have the appropriate right to work in Vietnam. Previous applicants need not re-apply.

    The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work. Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment.


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  • 06/19/18--18:31: Kenya: Program Accountant
  • Organization: Fred Hollows Foundation
    Country: Kenya
    Closing date: 29 Jun 2018

    • The Fred Hollows Foundation Kenya Nairobi office
    • International Development Organisation

    The Fred Hollows Foundation, an international NGO founded in 1992 has been a driving force in the
    development and implementation of blindness prevention programs in some of the poorest and most
    isolated regions in the world. Currently operating in 25 countries throughout Africa, South Asia and
    South East Asia, The Foundation is working to end avoidable blindness. Reporting to the Finance Manager, you will participate in ensuring a high standard of overall financial management support for The Fred Hollows Foundation (FHF) supported programs in
    Kenya.

    Previous experience in working for a development, government or community based organisation
    will be looked at favourably. In addition you should demonstrate your ability to cultivate key
    relationships.

    To be successful in this role you must have:

    • 3+ years’ program coordination and implementation experience in an international
    • development or community based organisation
    • A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business Management or Commerce.
    • CPA (K) or ACCA.
    • Experience coordinating outcomes through partners, as well as the ability to work
    • independently
    • Excellent interpersonal skills
    • The ability to interpret financial management data
    • Strong analytical skills
    • Strong written and verbal English skills as well as Swahili
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, ERP and SUN systems.

    Fluency in written and spoken English as well as the ability to travel domestically including travel
    to remote locations will also be essential.

    This is an exciting time to join The Fred Hollows Foundation Kenya as we seek to deliver even greater
    impact and enhance our ability to accomplish our vision.


    How to apply:

    Applications should be made via our website: https://www.hollows.org/au/careers/currentvacancies
    and should include your resume and cover letter addressing all areas expressed in the
    ‘experience, skills & attributes’ section of the Job Description as well as details of your current and
    expected salary.

    The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work.

    Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment.


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    Organization: Fred Hollows Foundation
    Country: China - Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region)
    Closing date: 16 Jul 2018

    • Specific focus on Major Donor and Corporate Partners
    • Full-time, permanent position based in Hong Kong
    • Fluency in English and Cantonese is a must

    The Fred Hollows Foundation is one of Australia’s most respected and trusted international development organisations whose vision is to end avoidable blindness. The Foundation works in 26 countries across Asia, Africa, The Pacific and the Middle East as well as in Australia, the United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates and the United States of America.

    An exciting opportunity currently exists for an experienced fundraising professional to join our team and help expand our award-winning work to end avoidable blindness across the world. The Partnerships Executive – HK & ASEAN, will play an important role as a member of a small but growing development team based in our Hong Kong office. The role will focus on major donor and corporate fundraising opportunities in Hong Kong, Greater China, and in other regional markets such as Singapore.

    The region and in particular Hong Kong is a large but tightly networked fundraising market and the role requires an ambitious, diligent, personable, and results-oriented business development professional to help to grow our presence. The candidate will build upon the good standing of The Fred Hollows Foundation in the market, focusing on the cultivation, engagement, and stewardship of major donor and corporate prospects.

    Previous fundraising experience is essential and the selected candidate will be confident interacting and establishing connections with high net worth individuals, with a successful track record in soliciting major gifts. Proficiency in both oral and verbal English and Cantonese is necessary.

    Critical to your success will be your ability to find creative ways to identify and cultivate relationships, using existing pipelines, resources and networks. You will have exceptional communication skills, including persuasive and negotiating abilities, along with effective listening skills, diplomacy and tact. Relationship management skills will be your strength and passion and you will use these to build trust and credibility among a range of people.

    This is a rare opportunity for someone looking to work and develop alongside some of the best Fundraising professionals in the sector. You will be joining us at an exciting time in our development and will be a significant contributor in ensuring the work of The Fred Hollows Foundation continues to restore sight in developing countries around the world.


    How to apply:

    How to apply & who to contact

    For a detailed Job description and for information on how to apply please visit our website http://www.hollows.org/au/careers/current-vacancies

    Alternatively, If you would like further information please contact our Recruitment Specialist Victoria Cawley via email at vcawley@hollows.org

    Applications close: Monday 16th July 2018

    The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work. Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment


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    Organization: Women for Women International
    Closing date: 18 Jul 2018

    Overview of Women for Women International:

    Women for Women International (WfWI) chooses to work in conflict-affected and fragile states—where basic services are unavailable, markets have limited functioning, government support is weak and women are facing extreme social, economic marginalization and Gender Based Violence (GBV).

    WfWI’s core work is centered on a holistic, rights-based program that addresses the needs of marginalized women in conflict-affected countries around the world. Over the past 23 years, WfWI have tested and evolved it’s approach to align with the needs of women who have been denied access to education, negatively affected by conflict and who seek inclusion and recovery.

    In DRC WfWI is offering women in eastern DRC a constructive, dignified way to regain control of their lives. WfWI foundational training helps women know and defend their rights, influence decisions at home and in their communities, initiate activities that generate income, and save money for the future, contributing to economic self-sufficiency in their lives and for their families.

    Background to TOR:

    The overall objective of this assignment is to conduct a comprehensive donor scoping and intelligence of funding agencies that are based in DRC with focus on Kinshasa based donors.

    WfWI in DRC want to inform its in-country business development planning. The selected consultant will build on previous mapping study done by DRC based staff. The mapping needs to identify key institutional donors with in-country presence and their funding focus is a good fit for WfWI’s work. The consultant is expected to provide recommendations on priority donors for WfWI in DRC based on deep analysis of donors and in country funding trends.

    Overview of the Consultancy Project**

    WfWI is seeking a short-term consultant to assist the DRC Country director and the HQ Business Development Director with the following:

    Deliverables

    • A detailed Donor mapping report
    • Provide recommendation and outline strategy for key donors relevant to WfWI’s work
    • Provide analysis on donor’s trends and priorities for DRC
    • Full detailed contact list for key donor’s representatives and make introductions for WfWI’s staff when appropriate.

    Timeframe

    The consultancy should begin in September 2018 with a 2-3 month duration, not to exceed three months. The consultant should propose a workplan based on the terms of reference. WfWI estimates about a 15-working days for this assignment.

    Location

    Location of the position is flexible, as long as there is access to the internet, telephone, and other communications technology.

    Collaboration with WfWI Staff

    Since this work will require a deep understanding of WfWI’s mission, niche, current activities, operating model and training material, the consultant will work closely with the DRC Country Director & HQ based Business Development Director.

    Required Skills & Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in relevant field with minimum five years of experience in social empowerment and grassroots development; or Master’s degree with minimum three years of relevant experience.
    • Three to five years of relevant work experience in business development and fundraising with specific focus on donor mapping and donors relations cultivation.
    • Experience in conflict impacted countries, working experience in the DRC;
    • Extensive experience in international development and business development
    • Demonstrated knowledge of local context in the DRC
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English, knowledge of French is preferable;
    • Ability to quickly incorporate feedback and respond to deadlines and requests;
    • Good judgement skills, positive attitude to work, demonstrates initiative and problem-solving skills;
    • Commitment and respect for Women for Women International’s mission and values; and
    • Strong computer skills in MS Word, Excel, internet, email applications.

    How to apply:

    Application Requirements

    Please prepare the following in your application and submit to dbirx-raybuck@womenforwomen.org.

    • cover letter
    • an updated CV and/or summary of relevant past work experience
    • proposed workplan and budget
    • 3 professional references

    Application Instructions

    All interested candidates should submit an application by July 18th 2018. Due to urgency of the recruitments, applications will be shortlisted on a regular basis and we may offer the positions before the closing date.

    Women for Women International provides equal opportunity and fair and equitable treatment in employment to all people without regard to race, color religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation, marital status, or sexual orientation.


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    Organization: Women for Women International
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 03 Aug 2018

    Purpose

    Women for Women International (WfWI) is looking for a Senior Business Development Officer. This position will work in collaboration across the global organization to ensure the successful completion and responsiveness of WfWI’s solicited and unsolicited competitive proposals. S/he will provide coordination support for the development of proposals, is responsible for a number of proposal deliverables, maintaining the restricted grants pipeline and ensures submission of proposals. This position reports to the Director of Business Development within the Global Programs Unit.

    The successful candidate will have experience leading and producing competitive, successful proposals for both international development and gender contexts. S/he will also be familiar with US State Department, USAID, DFID, UN and Canadian donor regulations and requirements, as well as experience working in developing countries to build staff and partner capacity.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Coordinate proposal development processes to ensure timely submission of high-quality proposals that are responsive to donor requirements, applicable regulations, and WfWI’s technical and cost standards.
    • Support and guide identification of partners and negotiation of WfWI’s role on proposal consortia, ensuring a competitive position for WfWI.
    • Research, track and analyze new opportunities and WfWI’s competitive position within the institutional donor space.
    • Lead proposal efforts as assigned, including responsibility for final proposal submission.
    • Support senior management to cultivate and strengthen relationships with institutional donors, partner organizations and other stakeholders.
    • Write proposal components, including executive summaries, technical sections, management plans, capability statements, past performance and staffing plans.
    • Support recruitment efforts for proposals as needed.
    • Lead on development of proposal budgets and budget narratives.
    • Participate in proposal reviews and make recommendations and revisions as needed.
    • Support negotiation on budget and proposal objectives and activities with project partners and country offices, and facilitate grant agreement negotiation with funders.
    • Support WfWI in-country staff with their country-level business development plans through monthly calls and annual workplan development.
    • Train and mentor WfWI in-country staff and key local partners to improve their skills across the business development cycle, including proposal development, donor and partner cultivation, intelligence-gathering, and marketing.
    • Manage WfWI’s business development organizational files and records in Salesforce software.
    • Provide administrative support to WfWI’s business development consultants.
    • Manage WfWI’s organizational business development pipeline and support the development of reports regarding progress toward team targets for the CEO and Board of Directors.
    • Develop and update organizational capacity statements and other key documents for the business development team.

    Qualifications and Skills

    • Bachelor’s degree in international development, international relations, or related field. Master’s degree preferred.
    • Minimum five years of international development experience, with at least two years’ experience in a developing country.
    • Experience with staff and partner capacity building and development, especially in developing countries.
    • Exceptional writer with expert command of English grammar; strong oral communication skills and experience interacting with non-native speakers of English.
    • Demonstrated experience leading and producing competitive, successful proposals for both international development and gender contexts.
    • Awareness of the physical and psychological challenges inherent in working in developing and conflict-prone countries.
    • Familiarity with relevant institutional donor regulations, policies, procedures, priorities and proposal requirements, including but not limited to US State Department, USAID, DFID, UN, and Canadian government and foundations
    • Experience submitting US government proposal applications through grants.gov, SAMS Domestic and Grantsolutions.gov.
    • Ability to solve technical, managerial or operational problems and evaluate options based on relevant information, resources, well-rounded experience, and knowledge.
    • Experience using MS Windows and MS Office packages (Excel, Word, PowerPoint), Web Conferencing Applications, information management systems.
    • Excellent budgeting skills and advanced techniques in Microsoft Excel.
    • Ability and willingness to travel internationally as required.
    • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work well as a part of a team.
    • Ability to work with minimal supervision, to juggle multiple priorities, meet tight deadlines.

    How to apply:

    Application Instructions:

    Due to the urgency of this post we will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis so please apply at your earliest convenience. Please apply at our career page: https://womenforwomen.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=27

    We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


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    Organization: Women for Women International
    Country: Germany
    Closing date: 19 Aug 2018

    Women for Women International (WfWI) helps women survivors of war rebuild their lives. We have over 20 years’ experience working with women in countries affected by conflict. So far, we have helped more than 479,000 marginalised women in 8 countries affected by war and conflict.

    In 2018, the organisation set up an office in Germany (WfWI-DE), the first branch in mainland Europe, and we are seeking an experienced and proactive Director to work closely with the Board of Directors (Geschaeftsfuehrung) in Germany to establish and grow our presence, develop a strategy, and lead on making the new office a success. This is the first staff member position for WfWI-DE and as such is an exciting opportunity for someone creative, diligent and driven to have a huge impact on our work, at a pivotal time for the organisation – a time when our work with women survivors of war is more crucial than ever.

    Women for Women International are an equal opportunities employer and we positively welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their religious beliefs or political opinions, sex, marital or family statuses, races, sexual orientations, ages or whether they are disabled.

    Women for Women International UK is a registered charity (charity number: 1115109) and a company limited by guarantee (company no: 05650155), registered in England and Wales.

    Our registered office in Germany is at Poststraβe 6, 20354 Hamburg.

    Reports to: Senior Vice President for Global Partnerships

    Proposed Start Date: ASAP

    Location: Poststraβe 6, 20354 Hamburg

    Interviews: rolling interviews

    Salary Level: depending on experience

    The Director would be expected to work within the framework of WfWI’s core values.

    Main Responsibilities

    The Director will work closely with the Senior Vice President for Global Partnerships and the Board of WfWI-DE in running WfWI-DE. Main tasks include the following:

    • Providing overall day-to-day management of the organisation – including governance, event management, supporter care and communications
    • Overseeing finance, administration and human resources for WfWI-DE
    • Developing and overseeing fundraising and communications functions – including a major donor strategy and fundraising event planning
    • Developing strategies, business plans and budgets for WfWI-DE
    • Cooperation with Board Chair and Board Members, as well as WfWI-Global leadership teams
    • Preparation and follow up of WfWI-DE Board and Shareholders Meetings
    • Ability to represent WfWI-DE professionally at all times

    Requirements

    • A minimum of 10 years of professional experience in the not-for-profit sector, including experience in Germany and knowledge of the German fundraising market

    https://www.womenforwomen.org.uk/sites/default/files/Director%20JD%20WfWI-DE.pdf


    How to apply:

    To apply, please send a cover letter (no more than 2 sides of A4) and a CV to ukrecruitment@womenforwomen.org.


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    Organization: Women for Women International
    Closing date: 31 Aug 2018

    About Women for Women International

    Women for Women International (WfWI) works with the most marginalized women in conflict-affected countries to help them move from poverty and isolation to self-sufficiency and empowerment. Through our combined economic and social empowerment program, we aim to provide participants with a combination of knowledge, skills, and resources to increase their self-confidence and capacity to create sustainable change in their lives and those of their families and communities. We have worked with over 479,000 women across eight conflict-affected countries since 1993.

    Through the year-long program, women learn about the value of their work in the family and local economy, basic health practices, their role in decision-making, women’s rights, and the benefits of working together in a group for social and economic purposes. The training is delivered to groups of 25 women at a time, and participants receive a monthly stipend. Support is provided to link women to a savings tool, either by opening formal bank savings accounts or by helping them establish savings and lending groups. For women who need it, we provide a limited series of numeracy classes to bring them to the level where they can better benefit from business and vocational skills training. We also provide referral services to women, connecting them to health and other financial services. Through this year-long program, we aim to achieve the following four primary outcomes:

    • Women earn and save money;

    • Women improve health and wellbeing;

    • Women influence decisions in the home and community;

    • Women connect to networks for support.

    We implement a variety of additional complementary program activities in specific contexts to help strengthen our effectiveness in changing target outcomes for marginalized women, which range from men’s engagement programs, advanced business skills and cooperative management training, leadership training, and advocacy interventions.

    Portfolio of Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning team

    Women for Women International (WfWI) has prioritized enhancing monitoring, evaluation, research and learning (MERL) as a strategic objective for 2017-2019 in order to improve programs, utilize data and analysis for advocacy, contribute to global knowledge about women’s empowerment, and demonstrate to donors, beneficiaries, and supporters how our work improves women’s lives. The organization’s five-year Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning strategy (2016-2020) lays out major priorities and projects we are undertaking in each of these areas over this period, including initiating targeted randomized controlled trials (RCTs) to evaluate the impact of our programs and programmatic components in the priority areas of women’s agency, women’s economic empowerment and men’s engagement. A robust monitoring, data management, and data analysis system exists and all country offices now to collect data electronically. We have concluded a major program evaluation, a longitudinal evaluation of our men’s engagement program, and have been one of the partners in the Goldilocks project run by Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) to understand and enhance the MERL strategy and processes of non-profit organizations.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    The Director of Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning is responsible for leading and managing WfWI’s monitoring system, research projects, and internal and external evaluations. As part of the organization’s senior management, s/he contributes to organizational strategy and management. The MERL team provides support to M&E technical staff in several affiliate and partner organizations. S/he also works closely with the other Global Programs Unit team (including Program Design and Development team, and the Grant Management and Planning team), the WfWI UK office, and the Marketing, Development and Communications Department.

    This position reports to the Deputy Vice President of Global Programs. The Director oversees a team of four professionals in the Headquarters Office, and has technical oversight over at least five M&E Managers in Country Offices. While our Headquarters are in Washington, DC we are flexible on location and the possibility of remote work for this position.

    MERL Strategy: http://wfwmarketingimages.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/wfwi-merl-strategy-final-2016-2020.pdf

    Management and Strategy (approximately 40%):

    · Oversee MERL budget, including planning quarterly and annual budgets, ensuring grant spending is on track, and ensuring correct accounting of all MERL expenses.

    · Collaborate with the business development team to identify suitable fundraising opportunities for MERL priorities; pitch projects and fundraising needs; contribute to proposal development and donor relationship management.

    · Supervise the MERL HQ team, including hiring, tracking time and attendance for HQ, and performance management of the HQ team; provide technical advice to Country Directors, dotted-line management of Country Office M&E Managers and support to Country Officer MERL recruitment processes as needed.

    · Contribute to annual and multi-year plans and strategies; including the development of the MERL strategy for 2020 forward, and conceptualize the role of MERL in WfWI’s overall global strategy.

    · Develop and standup organization’s Research Advisory Council.

    · Collaborate closely with other members of the Global Programs Unit and Country Office teams, and actively identify synergies and areas for improved team efficiency.

    · Represent the MERL team at internal meetings for senior staff and Board meetings as needed, including direct engagement with the CEO and Board of Directors.

    · Conceptualize, design and deliver (with team) MERL related workshops and capacity building activities for WfWI staff. Lead the integration of monitoring, evaluation, research and learning into program learning, program implementation and decision-making both at HQ and across Country teams and that WfWI data and learning can be used for improving program design, implementation and advocacy

    Monitoring System and Data Management/Analysis (approximately 25%):

    · Guide team members to manage and refine the monitoring database.

    · Conceptualize new ways of analyzing and utilizing existing data.

    · Design quantitative and qualitative methods and tools to collect additional data, including for new areas of programming and with partners.

    · Conceptualize new and support existing systems to manage and report on monitoring data effectively, across field offices.

    · Ensure that team members collect, manage, and analyze data accurately and maintain high quality standards.

    · Ensure quality control for donor and other external reports, including review of data-related narratives and charts.

    · Support the circulation of and dialogue around monitoring results in a range of formats, including through learning and country results briefs, and to a range of internal and external stakeholders.

    Research and Evaluation (approximately 35%):

    · Provide support to ongoing implementation of three randomized controlled trials (RCTs) and lead dissemination efforts when results become available.

    · Provide technical assistance and support in analysis and write-up of RCT results.

    · Build WfWI’s profile as a research and learning-focused organization and share WfWI’s research agenda through events, presentations, written pieces such as blogs and learning briefs, and by building relationships within relevant academic, practitioner, and donor communities.

    · Help country offices identify areas ripe for research/evaluation and design appropriate methodologies. Innovative participatory data collection methods are encouraged. Conceptualize and execute research and evaluation priorities in the 2016-2020 MERL strategy, and the subsequent MERL strategy

    · Serve as team leader for internal evaluations and initiate and oversee/support evaluations conducted with external researchers, partners or consultants.

    · Identify partnerships with research organizations and ensure strong management of such collaborations; build relationships with academic experts

    · Ensure publication of research results in a range of formats, including academic journals, reports, and learning and policy briefs.

    · Collaborate with the program and communications team to identify best methods and opportunities to use MERL data and results for external advocacy and engagement.

    Qualifications and Skills

    · Master’s Degree in Economics, Social Sciences, International Development or related field required, PhD welcome.

    · At least 10 years of experience in qualitative and quantitative research design, data collection, analysis, and reporting in developing countries. Experience in participatory research is preferred.

    · Excellent analytical and data analysis skills, (experience with STATA required; experience with additional software such as SQL Server Management Studio, SPSS, SAS, etc. welcome). Experience analyzing and interpreting RCT data preferred.

    · Topical experience in women’s economic and social empowerment, gender-based violence. Sound understanding of econometrics preferred.

    · Experience with and/or sound understanding of development and management of organization-wide monitoring and evaluation systems

    · Experience working on large-scale data management projects involving the development of IT systems to manage and use data strongly preferred.

    · Experience working on RCTs (field experiments) preferred.

    · Experience in supervising teams, including remote management of team members in different locations.

    · Experience writing research proposals; proven success as fundraiser for research agenda.

    · Experience participating in research events with academic field experts.

    · Enjoy working on and managing multiple tasks effectively and to tight deadlines; excellent project management skills.

    · Demonstrated strong verbal and written communication skills, including ability to communicate technical concepts effectively to a non-technical audience through presentations and written deliverables

    · Fluency in English required; excellent skills in French and/or Arabic preferred.

    · Experience living and working in a developing country required

    · Ability to travel to sometimes challenging and remote locations (up to 15% of the time).


    How to apply:

    Application Instructions:

    Please apply at your earliest convenience through our career page: https://womenforwomen.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=38s

    We will review applications on a rolling basis. We are aiming for a November 1, 2018 start date.


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    Organization: Women for Women International
    Closing date: 03 Sep 2018

    Purpose:

    Women for Women International (WfWI) is seeking a Director, Global Business Solutions to develop a three-year solutions-focused digital roadmap that aligns with the organizational strategic plan. The Director will lead the global implementation and on-going support of the selected solutions utilizing domestic and international staff, as well as global partners. The Director will report to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO).

    All IT staff will report to the Director, including country resources, contractors, and domestic staff. Country staff will be matrixed-managed, and the Director will be responsible for providing technical leadership, support, and mentoring. Support tasks, and project tasks will be prioritized and managed with a global perspective, but with a focus on local priorities and needs.

    Location for this position is flexible and remote work is encouraged. This post requires up to 25% travel to our country offices in Afghanistan, Iraq, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Nigeria, the United Kingdom, and Germany.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Partnering with the CAO to establish a governance framework
    • Partnering with staff to develop the solutions roadmap
    • Developing and/or reviewing solution/technology budgets for all WFWI entities
    • On-going support of all existing business solutions
    • Providing project management/governance of all new solution projects and programs
    • Define global IT policies and guidelines
    • Develop plan to minimize reliance on in-house managed servers and maximize use of the cloud
    • Develop plan for opening new offices and transitioning current offices
    • Procurement of hardware and software in support of on-going operations and future projects
    • Obtaining appropriate licensing, warranty, and maintenance coverage of all business solutions
    • Developing and maintain appropriate security controls over the new global business architecture
    • Developing a disaster recovery plan
    • Globally negotiate and manage contracts with consultants and vendors

    Skills and Qualifications:

    • MS or equivalent in IT/engineering related field
    • 10 – 12 years’ experience leading business-focused technology teams
    • 3 – 5 years’ experience migrating organizations to the cloud
    • 3 – 5 years’ experience developing strategic plans, roadmaps, and governance at other organizations
    • 3 – 5 years’ experience managing IT environments, including budgeting, RFP process, managing IT vendors (contracts, SLAs, renewals)
    • Experience with Windows operating systems, including Windows server and Windows 10 clients, Linux, SQL Server, network topologies, devices and protocols
    • Familiar with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure Cloud Offerings
    • Experience with Microsoft Office 365 Tools (Sharepoint, Teams, etc.)
    • Demonstrable understanding of the process of software development
    • Proven experience successfully managing and developing technical staff
    • Proven track record executing projects on schedule and in budget
    • Previous work for NGOs or commercial organizations in difficult operating areas is an asset
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills including the ability to explain technical matters to non-technical audiences.
    • Demonstrated technical planning and project management skills
    • Ability to inspire and lead technical staff in a non-technical organization
    • Calm dependability in difficult situations
    • Creativity and willingness to find cost effective solutions
    • French language skills an advantage
    • Ability to travel up to 25% to our country offices in Iraq, Afghanistan, Nigeria, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, United Kingdom, and Germany.
    • Ability to have flexible work schedule which may include evenings and weekends. May be required to work beyond normally scheduled hours with little or no advanced notice.

    How to apply:

    Application Instructions:

    We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis so please apply at your earliest convenience through our career page: https://womenforwomen.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=40


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  • 06/07/18--17:57: Pakistan: Program Manager
  • Organization: Fred Hollows Foundation
    Country: Pakistan
    Closing date: 27 Aug 2018

    • Leading International development organisation
    • Bring your skills and experience and help us end avoidable blindness
    • Full – time, Fixed term position, based in Islamabad

    A unique opportunity has become available to join one of Australia’s most well respected and fastest growing international development organisations – The Fred Hollows Foundation. Working across 26 countries, our vision is for a world where no one is needlessly blind. We have an ambitious 5-year strategic plan that aims to take The Foundation even closer to realising our vision of ending avoidable blindness.

    In order to help us achieve our vision, we are looking for a Program Manager to join our Pakistan team. Reporting to the Senior Program Manager, and leading a small team of project officers, you will be accountable for working with our implementing partners in Pakistan in the areas of project planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation to ensure the effective implementation and coordination of a number of project activities. You will utilise your highly developed project design, project management and budgeting skills and proven stakeholder relationship abilities to ensure successful project outcomes. As part of this position, you will be required to travel domestically and lead a small team.

    The successful candidate will bring a strong background in program cycle management and leadership, along with highly developed communication skills. We are looking to recruit a talented local professional who understands the Pakistan health sector and has the passion and drive to make a significant contribution to ending avoidable blindness in the region.

    To be successful in this role you will have:

    • Tertiary qualifications in International Development, Community Development, Public Health or Social Sciences (Masters’ level desirable.)
    • Extensive experience (minimum 5 years) in program and project management and Monitoring and Evaluation within the international development sector, particularly in Public Health
    • Previous experience leading others
    • Previous experience, working with and influencing government partners
    • Knowledge of the Pakistan health system
    • Well-developed partnership and stakeholders skills.
    • Strong written and spoken English.
    • Eligibility to work in Pakistan

    How to apply:

    For further information on how to apply please visit our website http://www.hollows.org/au/careers/current-vacancies

    Alternatively, If you would like further information please contact our Talent Acquisition Specialist Victoria Cawley on vcawley@hollows.org

    The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work. Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment.

    Please note that due to high volume applications, only successful applicants will be contacted. Female candidates with suitable qualification and experience are particularly encouraged to apply.

    This role is Fixed-Term Contract for 12 months only.


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