Hagar is seeking a Programme Development Coordinator to join its dynamic and passionate team in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Reporting to the Country Director, the Programme Development Coordinator will manage funding coordination, including funding acquisition and donor relations, and programme support, including implementation of Hagar’s programme cycle management policy and project monitoring and evaluation. The Programme Development Coordinator will also support the Country Director in developing the overall country programme strategy, identify and oversee relevant research activities and ensure Hagar Afghanistan’s programming aligns with Hagar International’s global Spheres of Change.

This position has the exciting opportunity to contribute towards developing a strong culture of learning within Hagar Afghanistan and will work collaboratively with many stakeholders across the organisation.

To succeed in this role you will need to have a deep commitment to Hagar’s mission and values, an understanding of the priority of local staff capacity building, an appreciate of cultural diversity, excellent written and verbal communication skills, ability to work gracefully under pressure, and demonstrated experience in development/human rights programming, programme monitoring evaluation, and programme cycle management, reporting and proposal writing.

The Programme Development Coordinator will be based in Kabul.

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To apply send Cover Letter and CV to jobs@hagarinternational.org.

Deadline: February 28, 2014

Hagar is an international organisation, registered as a foundation in Switzerland, which works tenaciously with women and children who have survived extreme cases of abuse and exploitation. Hagar cares for them until they can care for themselves – doing whatever it takes, for as long as it takes, in recognition of the deep wounding of severe abuse. Field offices are located in Afghanistan, Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar (2014). Support Offices are located in Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Singapore, the UK and the USA.