One to One Children's Fund
One to One Children’s Fund is a UK-based charity that works with vulnerable and traumatised children, helping to rebuild the lives of those affected by disease, trauma and disability. The charity has been working in Africa for more than ten years, in partnership with some incredible local organisations. We have focussed largely on issues surrounding HIV/AIDS and have facilitated significant improvements in access to treatment and quality of care throughout sub-Saharan Africa and, in particular, in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. We work closely with communities and schools to promote the well-being of children born with HIV, and the sexual health and life skills education of adolescent girls. One to One Children's Fund is registered as a South African NGO - One to One Africa Children's Fund and will shortly open an office in East London, Eastern Cape.
One to One Africa Children's Fund has an exciting vacancy for the organisation's first Programme Manager. Our areas of programmatic interest for the future include: prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV, mother and child ART Support, empowering adolescent girls, adolescent friendly health and HIV services at clinics and development of targeted interventions for vulnerable under 5s.
This is a full-time position.
Initial one-year contract, remuneration negotiable, based in East London, Eastern Cape.
- Develop and manage the programmes of One to One Africa Children's Fund to ensure that resources are used and accounted for effectively, programme activities are well planned and reported on, and communication and programme work is effective;
- Provide a coordination point between One to One Children's Fund UK office and its programmes in Africa;
- Fundraise for One to One Africa Children's Fund programmes.
- Work with the UK team and local partners to plan and formulate projects;
- Manage and support projects, including programme planning, reporting, evaluation and reviews ensuring that records are maintained and senior team members are fully informed of programme performance;
- Draft Memorandums of Agreement and contracts with implementing partners, local authorities / Ministries and consultants when required;
- Coordinate payments to local partners for implementation of project activities;
- Draft and prepare funding applications in coordination with, and with support from, the UK Fundraising team;
- Liaise with donors and coordinate reporting according to requirements and agreed schedules;
- Work with the UK office and any local partners to prepare and report on project budgets to ensure effective financial management within the projects;
- Undertake financial processing and analysis as required to support efficient financial management and administration of the projects;
- Establish and maintain effective systems and processes for the management and administration of One to One Africa Children’s Fund with the support of the UK team;
- Collaborate with local partners to develop common systems where appropriate, to ensure consistency in reporting and offer suggestions for improvements if required;
- Support the One to One Africa Children’s Fund Board as required.
- Relevant degree;
- Minimum of two years’ experience in a similar position;
- HIV and/or training experience and background an advantage;
- Experience of fundraising;
- Experience of programme management and evaluation;
- Experience of working with diverse local communities;
- Excellent interpersonal and conflict resolution skills;
- Strong critical and analytical thinking skills;
- Flexible and team player;
- Proactive, comfortable working at a distance from line manager;
- Excellent administrative and computer skills;
- Fluency in written and spoken English with at least one other African language;
- Must have driver’s licence and own car;
- Willingness to travel independently and regularly.
The post will report to the Chair of the One to One Africa Children’s Fund Chair and the Programme Director of One to One Children’s Fund UK.
For more about One to One Children’s Fund and our work in Africa, please visit www.onetoonechildrensfund.org.
To apply please submit a CV and covering letter to the following e-mail: email@example.com
Applicants must be South African citizens or have a valid working visa. Interviews will be in East London in w/c 29 September 2014.
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