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Programme Co-ordinator                                                                                     Malawi | Paid position

Responsible to: CEO

Department: Programmes development & delivery team

Area of operation: Thyolo 

Hours: Part time (3 days)

Type of contract: Fixed term until December 2022 (with a view to extend)

Salary: Mk70,000 – Mk100,000 (depending on experience)

Are you passionate about girl's and women’s rights?

Do you want to join a small dynamic team, which is determined to create change, as well as facilitate opportunities for girls at risk of child marriage to thrive and be empowered?

SheRose is offering a fantastic opportunity for a programmes coordinator to join our team, and oversee and support the delivery of our work in Malawi. As a programme coordinator, you will be responsible for maintaining our relationships with our local partner(s), as well as all our other various stakeholders. You will oversee our volunteers and be the country link to our CEO and leadership team in the UK. You will work closely with our programme development team, monitoring and evaluation team, as well as our comms team to support the general development of our work and organisation.


Key duties & responsibilities:

The programme coordinator will manage, coordinate and oversee the different programmes and projects SheRose implements in Malawi. Their responsibilities will include the following (but not limited to):​

  • Building and maintaining a relationship with our delivery partner(s) – you will be the first point of contact for our partner, and you will maintain regular communication, support and oversee programme delivery, and deal with any challenges which may arise..

  • Supporting with onboarding local partners.

  • Lead the effective delivery of community programmes and projects with partners, ensuring specific targets and outcomes are met.

  • Manage various stakeholder relationships, including government officials, NGO’s, local communities, schools, young people, village elders/ chief.

  • Supervise and coordinate volunteers.

  • Support our partner(s) with monitoring and evaluating the programmes.

  • Lead on data collection and feed into our reporting.

  • Manage marketing and outreach to the community.

  • Prepare and/or assist in the preparation of grant requests and funding continuation from outside sponsors.

  • Work closely with other internal teams (comms, M&E team etc.) where necessary.

  • Provide project administration support where required.

  • Undertake other duties that may from time to time be necessary as directed by the CEO, that are compatible with the nature of this role.


Required skills:

  • Leadership skills

  • Project management skills

  • Adaptability

  • Self-motivation

  • Organizational skills

  • Facilitation skills

  • Experience in monitoring and evaluating

  • Close attention to detail and the ability to plan ahead

  • Ability to work under pressure 

  • Administrative and clerical skills

  • Interpersonal skills, including excellent written and verbal communication

How to apply: 

Please apply for this role by sending a CV and a cover letter to, explaining within the cover letter your relevant experince around the responsibilities identified, as well as how you possess the relevant skills for this role. 

Closing date: Friday 26th November 2021 

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