Posted on :
11 May, 2020
11 May, 2020
Accountability International (AI) is an African-led civil society organisation that works to improve accountability to the most marginalised. From our head office in South Africa, we conduct research and advocacy that allows us to do our work as a watchdog and hold various leaders accountable.
AI was established in 2005 with the mission to follow up on commitments to the AIDS epidemic that were made by governments. Our work has since expanded to sexual and reproductive health and rights, malaria, tuberculosis, and non-communicable diseases, as well as underlying causes such as inequality and discrimination. We work on holding all leaders accountable, such as business, civil society, funding partners and bi and multi-lateral development organizations. AI is non-partisan and non-confessional.
Today, we are around 7 employees located in offices in South Africa, Brussels, Geneva, Nairobi and Stockholm. The Swedish Secretariat works mainly “remotely” on financial and operational issues, whilst the South Africa office leads on mission strategy, research and advocacy. Brussels provides research development and resourcing.
For more information look at the Accountability International website: www.accountability.international
Job Title: Programme Manager
Location: South Africa
Accountability International (AI) is seeking to appoint a Programme Manager on PhD level (or equivalent), with governance, marginalised communities and research and advocacy competency. The person will be primarily responsible for implementing a new governance project that begins in mid-2020. Principal tasks include programme management, research (qualitative and quantitative), advocacy, and proposal writing as required, under the management of the AI Executive Director.
This person will importantly bring solid experience of working on issues of Marginalised Populations (more especially credibility/integrity in working with LGBTIQAP+GNC communities), Health, Human Rights and Social Justice matters, Continental and Global Development Commitments and Frameworks.
The position is set to a 100 % employment to the end of 2020, with possibilities to extension, pending further financing.
The position can be filled as soon an agreement with the right candidate is reached.
Position Specification the role:
The Programme Manager will be:
All these tasks and activities are expected to be done in a timely, consistent and high-quality manner with professionalism, integrity, honesty and excellence and in collaboration with the other researchers and staff.
Background and Experience
Candidates for the role will require:
Skills and Competencies
Candidates should possess:
With its three offices (and staff in Geneva and Nairobi as well), AI works mainly remotely, so location of this position can be discussed.
To apply, please send a full CV, together with a supporting statement of no more than one side of A4, briefly highlighting your experience and skills against the requirements of the role, to firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Deadline: May 15, 2020.