Ethiopia: Women's Empowerment and Care (we-care) Project Manager (INT4453)
Zimbabwe St, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Management Jobs in Ethiopia
NGO Jobs in Ethiopia
Organization: Oxfam Country: Ethiopia, Kenya, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Zimbabwe Closing date: 31 May 2018
Oxfam is a leading International NGO with a worldwide reputation for excellence and over 70 years of experience. It’s not unfortunate that people live in poverty. With enough wealth in this world to go around it’s unjustifiable. It’s not just their problem. It’s ours too. Our humanitarian, development and campaigning projects change lives around the world, and with the right support, we can beat poverty and injustice. Thousands of people already commit their time and talents to our campaigning, humanitarian and long-term development projects. Now we’re looking for yours.
The We-Care Programme
WE-CARE, Women’s Empowerment and Care, is an Oxfam initiative to promote reducing and re-distributing the responsibility for unpaid care and domestic work so that women and girls have more choices to participate in social, economic or political activities. Likewise, WE-Care advocates for states and employers to invest in services and infrastructure that facilitate unpaid care and domestic work in poor communities.
The WE-CARE programme operates with a multi-million budget, combining programmatic work in countries in Africa and Asia with influencing strategies at national and international level. It is a high- profile programme within Oxfam and externally. This post provides an exciting opportunity for an experienced Project Manager who can maximise the value and realise the ambition of this demanding and innovative programme.
What we are looking for:
We are looking for an exceptional Project Manager who is motivated by the fight to improve women’s rights and challenge power structures that enable social injustice and inequality. This post requires an experienced Project Manager who can coordinate a complex multi-country project across two countries, with cross-country influencing and communications components. The Project Manager will have sound financial skills and significant budget management experience.
Some project implementation teams will be responsible for ensuring effective delivery by local partners of ‘hardware’ components (water and laundry facilities) and for catalysing support from local governments for programme interventions. Other teams will be carrying out policy advocacy, communications, influencing and research with multi-stakeholder alliances. Therefore, she/he will also to ensure that project staff are combining diverse components to achieve impact: women’s rights organisations, researchers, government actors, companies, media organisations, and contractors delivering WASH hardware.
It requires someone with sensitivity to women’s rights issues to represent the programme when needed; including links between women’s empowerment, unpaid care work, social norms, public services and water infrastructure. He/she will value and excel at managing staff based at a distance, and will produce timely, high-quality reports for a corporate donor.
Oxford, UK for those would possess and retain the right to work in the UK OR
Harare, Zimbabwe, for Zimbabwean nationals or those who do not require a work permit, OR
Nairobi, Kenya, for Kenyan nationals or those who do not require a work permit OR
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, for Ethiopian nationals or those who do not require a work permit
How to apply:
For all of the details, please click on the link below;