Sierra Leone - National Programme Coordinator

Closing date: Tuesday 21st March 2017

Salary: SLL82,312,095 gross per annum

Location: Freetown, Sierra Leone

Restless Development Sierra Leone is the leader in youth development in the country. Through placing young people at the forefront of the development process, in the fight against HIV and AIDS, in tackling youth exclusion and increasing the voice of young people within the development context as well as increasing young people’s access to livelihood opportunities, Restless Development is becoming increasingly recognized both Nationally and Internationally. Restless Development Sierra Leone operates a number of programmes which sees trained young people placed in schools, universities and communities working with their fellow youth to increase knowledge on key issues and to build young people’s life skills to enable them to make positive changes to their behaviour. Restless Development works in close partnership with the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MYS) collaborating to implement this youth-led model of development as part of the national response to HIV and AIDS, civic participation, livelihoods, partnering with government, the National AIDS Secretariat, UNAIDS and other civil society organisations to achieve its agenda. Restless Development Sierra Leone is a locally registered International NGO with a local board of Trustees affiliated to Restless Development International whose Head Office is in the UK.

Under direct supervision of the Programme Manager, the National Programme Coordinator will manage the overall implementation and management of U-report in the 14 districts of Sierra Leone. In addition, s/he will promote accountability for resource use and document, provide feedback on and disseminate lessons learnt.

Please send your completed application form to by the closing date, Tuesday 21st March 2017. Please note that we do not accept CVs, resumes or covering letters.




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