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Employer Senior Programme Manager (Colombo)

Oxfam GB in Sri Lanka

You will work closely with the Country Director and provide strategic leadership and direction to the programme team. You are responsible for the management and development of the programme ensuring quality and timely delivery. You will play a lead role in proposal writing and fundraising for the overall Sri Lanka programme and ensure accountability. You will be a strategy thinker supporting the development of Oxfams national Change Strategy (NCS) in order to achieve positive impact and change on the lives of vulnerable communities. / You will work in close collaboration with other senior managers in consistence with Oxfams values, principles, mission and goals and with the South Asia Regional priorities. You may deputies for the Country Director.

A minimum of ten years progressively responsible experience in the field of programme management with local or international development agency is essential. With at least 5 years of senior management experience.

Considerable breath of skills and experience in people and financial management, strategic programme development, fundraising and organizational management.

Proven experience in representation and the ability to model Oxfam's desired organizational culture (making a difference, innovative, collaborative, accountable).

Excellent command of English language and the capacity to communicate effectively, orally and in written formats.

Excellent public and human relations skills and goof sense of judgment and high level of discretion and diplomacy.

Computer literacy.

If you want to work in an open stimulating environment apply by sending a CV and cover letter clearly explaining your interest and suitability which address.

Please mote that only short listed candidates will be contacted.

"At Oxfam we are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equity within our organization and strongly welcome applications from women and under represented groups. Oxfam does not discriminate against applicants or employees based on their HIV /AIDS status."

Oxfam GB
No. 8, Kinross Avenue,
Colombo 04.

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