Papua New Guinea: Bougainville Sexual, Reproductive and Maternal Health Project Manager
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Country: Papua New Guinea
Closing date: 07 Oct 2015
- Buka, Autonomous Region of Bougainville
- Fixed term until June 2016
Care International in Papua New Guinea (PNG) is looking to fill the position of Bougainville Sexual, Reproductive and Maternal Health (BSRMH) Project Manager. This role oversees the Bougainville SRMH Project and provides supervision and support to the existing Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health Project. The role also provides technical support to CARE PNG’s SRMH Programming, works in partnership with government and church stakeholders and has a strong focus on implementing the CARE Women’s Empowerment Framework.
To be successful in this role you will be a skilled project manager with demonstrated experience in youth specific sexual, reproductive and maternal health programming in a developing country. You will possess high level communication skills, including representational and negotiation skills, as well as the ability to build strong networks and relationships with a variety of stakeholders. Your ability to manage complex budgets and reporting systems will be complemented by your strong people management skills and experience in capacity building. Your understanding of gender equality and women’s empowerment programming will be highly regarded.
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Questions about the role? Please contact Blossum Gilmour, Assistant Country Director Programs on [email protected] (please do not email applications to this address).
Applications Close: 11.59pm, Wednesday 7 October 2015
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