Offer: Voices For Change Nigeria: Programme Manager
Social Development Direct. Abuja, Nigeria.
Closing date: November 25, 2011.
Social Development Direct and its partners are currently seeking an exceptional Programme Manager to manage the forthcoming DFID funded Nigerian Voices for Change: Empowering Adolescent Girls and Women (V4C) initiative.
This national programme will seek to empower adolescent girls and women in Nigeria through an innovative and ambitious programme of research, media campaigns, strengthening of the legal framework and practical projects to transform gender relations. The position will be based in Abuja from early 2012.
Working with SDDirect means:
Working with a dynamic team of social development professionals with a strong and shared commitment to the eradication of poverty and social injustice.
Sharing ideas with other professionals through such activities as networking, information exchange, and sharing of research findings and reports.
Opportunities to work on a diverse range of cutting-edge and intellectually stimulating issues in different international contexts and for a range of clients in the public, private and voluntary sectors.
Opportunities to work with like-minded professionals who are able to provide intellectual challenge, technical back-stopping and peer review.
Access to the knowledge and skills of other network members and staff and SDDirect’s institutional experience.
Working with a highly participatory, inclusive and transparent organisation looking to develop innovative and effective collaborative ways of working with clients and partners.
Mentoring and professional development support to young professionals.
For more information, please access the Terms of Reference.
Interested candidates should submit their CV together with a short covering letter to Sue Phillips, Director at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible and by November 25th, 2011 at the latest.
More details on the position and terms and conditions will be shared with shortlisted candidates. If SDDirect and its partners are successful in winning the contract, the position will commence in early 2012.
To find out more about Social Development Direct and the V4C programme please visit our website www.sddirect.org.uk.