E-DRUG: Vacancy: Global Programme Advisor (SRH)
[Crossposted from Indices]
Global Programme Advisor (Sexual & Reproductive Health) £19,740-£26,125
net pa (2 year fixed-term contract) | Pretoria, South Africa
Oxfam?s global ambition is to play a strategic role in the fight against
HIV & AIDS, as part of our mandate to overcome poverty and suffering.
Our vision is to reverse the course of the pandemic:
stop its spread and rebuild local communities. And, through our Global
Centre of Learning on HIV and AIDS (GCoL), we work hard to ensure that
we possess the knowledge and strategic direction to support this vision
across the entire organisation.
Working with communities, government and partners, you?ll advise
relevant teams so that an integrated, strategic and effective response
to the HIV & AIDS pandemic facing Manica (and other communities) is
developed. This response will focus on sexual and reproductive rights
and health, support advocacy initiatives, encourage learning and
ultimately maximise programme impact at both regional and national
levels. Your work will also extend to project design, facilitation,
capacity building and technical leadership to the GCoL as a whole.
By helping to share your expert knowledge on sexual health and HIV &
AIDS, you?ll be a key member of the team, and an appropriate
representative of Oxfam to the broader environment. Your starting point
will be a new Sexual and Reproductive Health programme in Manica,
Mozambique, where you?ll be based for approximately the first six months
and from where you?ll gradually expand and extend your knowledge and
With a Masters? degree in Public Health or a related field, and
specialisation in SRH, you?ll also bring extensive HIV & AIDS/SRH
programming experience. Your proven project and general management and
strategic planning skills will be key to success in this role, as will
your evaluation and capacity building abilities. Crucially, you?ll be
used to working with multi-disciplinary teams, and be a skilled
relationship builder and influencer, capable of maintaining a global
perspective in all the work undertaken. You?ll be fluent in English, and
ideally Portuguese, and have an understanding of the socioeconomic
context of the region.
To find out more and apply, visit www.oxfam.org.uk/ jobs quoting ref:
INT2218. Closing date: 24th June.
Oxfam works with others to overcome poverty and suffering.
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