Location: Maputo with frequent travel within the country
Applicants must have existing right to work in Mozambique
HelpAge International is the secretariat to the HelpAge Global Network, which brings together a wide range of organisations and individuals working to promote the rights and meet the needs of older women and men, nationally and/or internationally.
Our long-term vision is to establish a global movement of strong connected age focused and older people led platforms in every country in the world. We aim to extend the reach and influence of the HelpAge Global Network and all those in a position to help bring about our vision for older persons, including Governments, regional institutions, policy makers, development partners, the private sector, UN organisations and academic institutions.
In Mozambique we deliver this through a combination of programme delivery, policy influencing and evidence and knowledge building in accordance with the four strands of our organisational Theory of Change, ensuring the centrality of the network and voice of older women and men. Our key thematic priorities for Mozambique are Social Protection and Health and Care. HelpAge International in Mozambique is going through a period of exciting programmatic and thematic changes, looking at positioning itself robustly as an organisation that works with and influences through a strong network of partners, affiliates and Stakeholders.
Consequently, HelpAge in Mozambique seeks to hire a Programme Coordinator (PC) whose responsibilities will entail eeffective management of country programmes/projects in line with HelpAge’s organisational priorities, Strengthening HelpAge’s programme strategies, programme quality, partnerships and accountability in accordance with organisational and donor compliance requirements, scale up and offer high quality technical support to implementing partners and network, strategic and long-term fundraising to grow country impact and contribute to the development of the same at regional and global levels, drive learning and improve programme quality by partners and network and ensure existing projects are effectively implemented, adhering to critical organisational programme quality and standards as well as specific donor requirements
The candidate will have experience in implementing programmes for vulnerable groups in development and emergency contexts in Mozambique preferably in an INGO environment, experience in engaging donors in fundraising initiatives, writing reports and relevant documentation, have demonstrable leadership and management skills of multi-thematic programmes and have experience in successfully establishing and managing collaborative relationships and partnerships with donors, local partners, and government stakeholders. Excellent communication skills in Portuguese both written and oral, budget management skills, negotiation and representation skills are essential to this role.
To apply for this role, send your cv and cover letter, detailing how you meet the criterial for this position to email@example.com by 27th April, 2018.