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Dec 252017
 

Organization: Oxfam
Country: Mali
Closing date: 12 Jan 2018

Contract Type: International Fixed-term (24 months)

Location: Bamako (Mali)

Annual Salary: [32 984 GBP- 44 589 GBP]

About Oxfam Mali

Oxfam in Mali works to implement its vision for a peaceful Mali, where inequalities and social injustices are reduced, so that women, men, girls and boys exercise and fully enjoy their rights.

To achieve this vision three Strategic Objectives are defined:

ü The Resilience of sustainable communities and livelihoods;

ü Good Governance, Peace and citizen participation;

ü Access to basic social services.

Moreover, at the heart of the Oxfam in Mali’s Country Strategy, there is Influence, Advocacy and Gender Equity for reducing Communities’ vulnerability to Internal and External Shocks and the Injustice of Poverty. Our programs will help reduce the economic marginalization of women and promote their full participation in Mali’s development.

Your role

You will be responsible for continuing to develop and implement a country programme with strong synergies and to deliver transformational changes through building and managing effective programme teams and providing an oversight on humanitarian and development programme implementation to ensure a well-integrated programme approach aiming at building up resilience of the most vulnerable communities and households in Mali.

What we’re looking for

Experience in the management of emergency and development programmes is essential, as is a strong understanding of the importance of mainstreaming gender into programmes. You will excel in leading and working in teams and will confidently engages with external partners, donors, and funders. Your exceptional communication and negotiating skills in English are a pre-requirement. You’re good at setting and adjusting priorities, achieving results, managing concurrent projects and conflicting demands, and meeting deadlines as well as working independently. A good influencer and negotiator, you’re able to think and act strategically and creatively, plan, organize and lead.

You should also have knowledge of the West Africa region in terms of its political, economic, social and cultural processes plus a good understanding of key development and rights issues.

We can offer you…

  • A Global accompanied post with a competitive salary package to be negotiated with the right candidate based on skill and experience. Oxfam will meet the tax and social security liabilities, plus attractive benefits including, hard to Work Allowance, and home leave flights, Medical, life insurance amongst other benefits.
  • A fixed term contract for 24 months
  • The opportunity to match your career to a compelling cause
  • The chance to meet and work with people who are some of the best in their fields.

How to apply:

This opportunity is for a dedicated and highly motivated professional with strong commitment to Oxfam’s values and beliefs. If you believe you qualify for this post and you are the candidate that we are looking for, please submit your application and CV in English detailing your experience for the post applied and include daytime telephone contacts by applying online at www.oxfam.org.uk/jobs and quote Ref: INT4078 or click on the following link http://bit.ly/2kEDnCr. We are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality within our organization. Diversity The difference starts with you

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