Job: Interim Head of Programme Support and Impact
|Job Name :||
Interim Head of Programme Support and Impact
|Employer Name :||Plan UK|
|Closing Date :||22-9-2013|
|Salary :||In the region of ÂŁ46,808|
|Location :||London, UK|
|Job Summary :||
6 month fixed term contract starting in October 2013
This is a key leadership role within the Programme Department team, leading a team of specialists to improve the quality of Plan UKâ€™s programme work through providing technical input in the priority thematic areas and support in learning and impact assessment. The focus of the role will be to provide leadership to the team and to participate in the development and implementation planning for the Plan UK programme strategy for 2014 â€“ 2020.
We are looking for someone who will be immediately effective in the role and able to contribute at a high level within the organisation as well as representing Plan UK externally.Â You will need significant experience of leading a team and will have worked in a technical advisory/research role within the development sector including living and working overseas in a development role. You will also be confident at instigating policy and programme change and communicating effectively with donors, the development community, and research institutions.
This position is now closed for new applications.
|Full Job Description:||
Please note: to be eligible for this role, you must have the right to live and work in the UK. Plan UK also follow stringent child protection policies when dealing with applications.
The purpose of this role is to improve technical quality and timely deliver of Plan UK’s programme work within agreed thematic areas which are currently the overarching themes of governance, resilience and gender in the areas of education, household economic security, reproductive health, community led total sanitation, disaster risk reduction including adaptation to climate change and disaster risk management. The successful candidate will be able to competently:
Plan is a global childrenâ€™s charity working for over 70 years with children in the worldâ€™s poorest countries to help them build a better future l by:
To apply for this post, please complete our online application form and submit the following information:
1.Â Â Â Â Â Â An up-to-dateÂ curriculum vitaeÂ (of no more than 2-3 sides of A4)
2.Â Â Â Â Â Â A detailed statement (of no more than 2-sides of A4) explaining why you are interested in this post and how your skills and experience make you suitable. (Please look at â€śAdvice for Candidatesâ€ť on the Oxford HR website for hints on how to write a successful statement).
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