Proj Mgr, regional dialogues & economic connectivity Pakistan, Saferworld

Project Manager, regional dialogues and economic connectivity in Pakistan, Saferworld
full-time job
Closes: Feb 14, 2018

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Saferworld’s Pakistan programme combines project implementation at the community level, dialogue, capacity building, policy research, networking and advocacy, and working with institutions and civil society at national, regional and international levels.

Over the next 3 years Saferworld, in consortium with local and regional think tanks and civil society organisations, will support the development of regional resilience mainly through creating space to harness emerging opportunities on regional economic and infrastructure interconnectivity and supporting structural cooperation across borders which contributes to stable and peaceful relations among the people of South Asia.

To succeed in this post you will be first and foremost a people person, with a flair for detail and a track record of getting things done. Able to motivate and lead teams, you will be comfortable and confident explaining Saferworld’s work to a wide range of senior external audiences, in both English and Urdu. You will bring your experience of detailed financial and project management to the task of building the skills of your team, and of managing the progress of projects. And you will enjoy the task of producing clearly written reports and publications, using your excellent command of written English

The Project Manager will be responsible for the management of Saferworld’s project, ‘‘Regional dialogues and economic connectivity”. As a member of the Pakistan Country Team, s/he will contribute to the development and implementation of Saferworld’s work in Pakistan and will work in close collaboration with civil society partners and other stakeholders.

We are particularly interested to hear from candidates who have experience of cross border economic programming or high level international dialogues.

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