Zimbabwe- SRH Programme Coordinator

Closing date: Thursday 23rd November 2017

Salary: $17,664 gross per annum

Visa requirement: Must have the right to work in the Zimbabwe

Location: Harare, Zimbabwe

“When young people are given enough capacity, support and trust, they are an unstoppable force for positive change.” Primrose Manyalo, Zimbabwe

Restless Development is an agency for youth-led development. Through 10 global hubs, our work is delivered by young people, for young people, giving them the skills and resources to deal with the main issues facing their communities and countries. Tackling unemployment and sexual rights, supporting young people to have a voice, and enabling youth leadership at the heart of development, Restless Development programs are genuinely life-changing.

Restless Development Zimbabwe is taking up the position as national banner carrier for youth-led development; demonstrating at local and national levels that young people can and must lead development. We are looking for a talented individual to join our team and support us with this ambitious agenda in our exciting programmes as Programme Coordinator SRH Harare.

The Programme Coordinator will play a key role in ensuring that programmes are delivered and implemented to the highest standards with lessons being factored in during the course of implementation. He/she will co-ordinate the delivery and quality of SRHR and volunteer led programming including training and supporting volunteers while overseeing their overall welfare in Harare. He/she will be responsible for project budget management as well as donor and partnership development and management.

To apply send a completed application form to jobszimbabwe@restlessdevelopment.org
Closing date for all positions is 23rd November 2017. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Applications must be in Restless Development application form. Please note that we do not accept CV’s, resumes or covering letters.








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