Health Poverty Action works with some of the poorest and most marginalised communities in Africa, Asia and Latin America, often in very difficult environments. We work to enable these communities to achieve both immediate and long-term improvements to their health, promoting this as one of their fundamental human rights. At the same time we campaign for the changes in policies and practices needed to create and sustain good health among the world’s poorest people.
Programme Manager, Peru (2 years contract)
Annual salary in the range $19.000 – $22.000 plus pension
This is a key post for the management and development of our Peru programme, working from Lima with some travel (20%) to our project areas. We require someone to work in coordination with our partners, ensure the management of our projects; monitor project expenditure; promote good relationships with partner/field staff; report to, and maintain relationships with institutional donors; lead on proposal writing; provide information, logistical and administrative services to programme staff.
We want hear from you if you have proven commitment to addressing global poverty issues; if you are a strong administrator and good communicator with experience of project cycle management, preparing funding applications and reports for institutional donors in an international development organisation; if you are fluent in English and in Spanish; and if you have good numeracy, writing, wordprocessing and spreadsheet skills, and an understanding of basic project accounting. Peruvian nationals and those with Peruvian residency will be given preference. Women candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
For further details please visit http://www.healthpovertyaction.org/about-us/jobs/
Completed application forms (available on the website) should be e-mailed to email@example.com
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Residence status: Must have right of abode and right to work in Peru
Closing date for applications: Wednesday, 25 January, 2012
Interviews: Week starting 6 February 2012. Please note that interviews will be conducted in English and will be preceded by a written test.