Bumb’INGOMSO New Job Position – Apply Now!

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5 Nov, 2018

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DG Murray Trust is implementing a multifaceted HIV prevention Project (Bumb’INGOMSO) that aims to reduce the incidence of HIV among the 15-29-year-old young women in the Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality. As part of this project, DGMT is going to introduce a new programme component focused on 10-14year old boys and girls, specifically aimed at shaping gender-equal norms.  The project is co-financed by the Federal Republic of Germany through KFW Development Bank and DGMT. The DG Murray Trust seeks to recruit a Programme Manager and a Programme Coordinating and Monitoring Officer.  The positions are based in East London and include travel to the Amatole district.

Job Title: Coordinating and Monitoring Officer
Job Location: East London, Eastern Cape

Will provide support in the implementation of the 10-14-year-old programme implementation, operations and monitoring. Will be responsible for coordinating the efficient, timely and high-quality implementation of all programme deliverables. The Coordinating and Monitoring Officer (CMO) will provide on-site field technical support, team capacity building initiatives, and develop tools and systems for monitoring and evaluating the programme

Requirements

  • Excellent skills in monitoring and evaluation and communication are essential
  • Be detail-oriented, organized, self-motivated and be able to work independently

Qualifications

  • A university degree (preferably with training in M&E, postgraduate diploma in public health or equivalent)

Salary: Negotiable

Closing Date: 15 November 2018, 16h00

To apply, submit a CV and short motivational letter with names and contact details of three referees to [email protected] with e-mail Subject line “Application for Programme manager position” or “Application for Coordinating and Monitoring position”

Only successfully shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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