War Child Jobs 

Location: Africa

Country »Sudan War Child Jobs: War Child’s goal is to empower children and young people in war-affected areas.

It is seeking for qualified candidates to fill the position below.

1. Program Development Manager


  • Five years experience in a similar position of which at least two with a reputable organisation outside your country of citizenship.
  • Experience in managing educational programmes, preferably in developing country contexts.
  • Relevant academic background (Community Development, International Development, Education, Social Sciences) on an MA level.
  • Knowledge of participatory assessment and community based programming, understanding of psychosocial approaches.
  • Understanding of quantitative and qualitative planning, monitoring and evaluation tools.
  • Knowledge of and experience with participatory assessment and community based programming in an (I)NGO and (post)conflict context.
  • Strong coaching, diplomatic and cross cultural communication skills.
  • Creative, participatory and innovative approaches.
  • Experience with management and capacity building of staff and partner organisations.
  • Experience living and working in complex security contexts;
  • Experience working and living in Arab/Muslim cultures desired.
  • Good written and spoken English required. Some spoken Arabic desired.

    For more information and application, see: Program Development Manager

    Application deadline: November 27th

    Country » Uganda War Child Canada seeks to recruit a:

    1. Country Director


  • Minimum of 5 years experience in project development, implementation, coordination and management, preferably with projects in conflict and post affected areas.
  • Knowledge of M/E of SGBV programs and/or Child rights a plus.
  • Experience working with and through, local partners. Specific experience in monitoring and evaluation of gender issues, and legal protection issues an asset.
  • Demonstrated track record in financial management and HR management, including mentoring of national and international staff.
  • Previous experience in Uganda an asset.
  • Relevant academic background (e.g. Masters Degree or equivalent in International 
  • Development, Social Sciences, International Relations, etc.). 
  • Demonstrable knowledge and experience of gender and diversity issues. 
  • Knowledge of the region and an awareness of local culture

    For more information and application, see: Country Director

    Application deadline: December 19th

    Application deadline: November 27th

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