Save the Children Fiji (SC Fiji) is a leading child rights Non-Governmental Organisation working to improve the lives of children.
- Project Manager (Livelihood)
How to apply
Please submit an up to date CV along with a covering letter stating the position and detailing how you meet the essential skills and experience required for the role (maximum 2 pages). Applications to be emailed to Vacancy.Fiji@savethechildren.org or mailed to P.O. Box 2249, Government Buildings Suva, Fiji. Email applications are preferred.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. SC Fiji is an equal opportunity employer.
Project Manager (Livelihood)
Reporting to the Program Manager Development, the Project Manager (Livelihood) is responsible for the overall management and successful implementation of SC Fiji’s five-year Livelihood project. This position is responsible for the implementation of activities of SC Fiji’s grant in partnership with Save the Children New Zealand –“Resilience through Knowledge and Action in Agriculture and Food Security” (KANA) project. This position in partnership with communities and government will increase the resilience of communities and improve the outcomes for children affected by Cyclone Winston in Ra and Koro through agriculture and food security. The position will ensure increased income and food security to improve children’s health, education and nutritional outcomes in Koro and Ra. The Project Manager will be responsible for delivering the outcomes of the project and work in accordance with set project time-frames, required deliverables/outputs; ensure both technical and managerial requirements are met and manage relevant government/ stakeholder and donor liaison requirements.
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