Monday, 3 October 2016
Job Opportunity at Children in Crossfire, Application Deadline: 19 Oct 2016
Children in Crossfire is an Irish-based international NGO whose purpose is to respond to the rights and needs of young children caught in the crossfire of global poverty and injustice. Children in Crossfire Tanzania focuses on
increasing access to quality Early Childhood Development supporting children's developmental needs and giving
them a chance to reach their fullest potential. More information about the organisation can be found at www.childrenincrossfire.org
Children in Crossfire is heading into an exciting new strategic phase whereby through a combination of programmes
implementation and advocacy and partnerships, we will contribute to thousands more young children in Tanzania
being supported to thrive during their crucial early years.
We are now recruiting for the position of Advocacy and Strategic Partnerships Manager - this is a newnsenior position reflecting the aspired medium-term growth and direction of Children in Crossfire Tanzania. It will complement our direct programming through civil society implementing partners with national-level strategic advocacy
and partnerships to support the increased coverage and quality of Early Childhood Development (ECD) in Tanzania,
with particular focus on early stimulation and early years learning. Reporting directly to the Country Director, the successful candidate will be responsible for leading targeted advocacy and astute partnerships management across government and civil society to effectively delivery on [CD agenda.
Detailed Job Description and Application Forms can be downloaded From:
http://www.childrenincrossfire.org/wearehiring/ . The position is based in Dar es Salaam with the
expectation of some travel within the regions
All applicants are required to complete a Children in Crossfire
Application Form and email to: email@example.com (please note we do not accept CV's).
Only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted.
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