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Safeguarding and Protection Manager – TfaC Malawi

Theatre for a Change is dedicated to ensuring a safe environment for all young people and at-risk adults who participate in all of its programmes. The organisation is guided by safer programming principles in all of its operations to ensure everyone’s right to freedom from all forms of violence, abuse and exploitation.

TfaC’s Safeguarding and Protection Manager (SPM) will:

  • Ensure best safeguarding practises are upheld across TfaC Malawi.
  • Lead on the management, implementation and reporting of all activities working with and for children and at-risk adults across TfaC Malawi.
  • Ensure all activities are survivor-centred, high quality and impactful.
  • Lead on the management of reporting mechanisms and responses to safeguarding and protection concerns.
  • Collaborate with identified national stakeholders.
  • Line manage TfaC’s Safeguarding team.

The position’s Job Description can be found here.

Person Specification

Essential
1. Commitment to TfaC’s values and approach.

2. Commitment to the rights of children and at-risks adults, and focused on a survivor-centred approach.

3. Demonstrable experience in safeguarding and child protection, including case management.

4. Experience in working in collaboration with stakeholders, including children and their parents.

5. Experience in programme management.

6. Excellent written and verbal communication skills in Chichewa and English.

Desirable
1. Good understanding of gender and sexual and reproductive health, as well as key trends in international development.

2. Experience of the use of participatory methodologies.

3. Experience of line managing others.

4. Experience developing project proposals.

5. Experience writing reports for national and international donors.

Minimum Educational Qualifications

Bachelors degree in Social Science / Gender and Development / Psychology / Community Development or equivalent.

Application Requirements

Please submit a current CV and cover letter (no more than 3 pages) that references the position’s Job Description to hr@tfacafrica.com, attention Mr Gibby Musukwa, subject line: Safeguarding and Protection Manager, by 30th September 2021.

Please note that applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and the shortlist could be done before the closing date. Please also include two references.

The position is available immediately and will be based in Lilongwe. Relocation support will be considered for the right candidate.

Salary band between MWK 800,000 and MWK 1,000,000 gross per month, depending on experience. The position includes full health insurance for employee and up to two dependents.

Theatre for a Change actively encourages applications from women and people living with disabilities. Our Equal Opportunities Policy can be found at the bottom of this page.

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Leave No Girl Behind (LNGB) Project Officer – TfaC Malawi (6 Month Maternity Cover)

TfaC’s LNGB Project Officer will:

  • Ensure that a clear plan is developed and implemented to enable the LNGB project to achieve its goals.
  • Ensure that all project activities are high quality and impactful.
  • Ensure the project works closely with identified collaborators and stakeholders.
  • Ensure the project is delivered within agreed budget.
  • Take an active role in the quality and impact of the organisation.

The position’s Job Description can be found here.

Person Specification

Essential
1. Commitment to the Theatre for Change values and approach.

2. Commitment to the rights of children and at risks adults and focused on a survivor centred approach.

3. Experience in working in collaboration with stakeholders, including children and their parents.

4. Experience in programme management.

5. Excellent written and verbal communication skills in Chichewa and English.

Desirable
1. Good understanding of gender and sexual and reproductive health, as well as key trends in international development.

2. Experience of the use of participatory methodologies.

3. Experience working with teams and communities.

4. Experience developing project proposals.

5. Experience writing reports for national and international donors.

Minimum Experience

Minimum 2 years of relevant experience within the humanitarian field. Previous experience in either programme implementation or project management will be an added advantage, as well as the capacity to produce coherent and good quality reports.

Application Requirements

Please submit a current CV and cover letter (no more than 3 pages) that references the Job Description to hr@tfacafrica.com, attention Mr Gibby Musukwa, subject line: LNGB Project Officer, by 30th September 2021.

Please note that applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and the shortlist could be done before the closing date. Please also include two references.

The position is available immediately and will be based in Lilongwe. Relocation support will be considered for the right candidate.

Salary band between MWK 400,000 and MWK 480,000 gross per month, depending on experience. The position includes full health insurance for employee and up to three dependents.

Theatre for a Change actively encourages applications from women and people living with disabilities. Our Equal Opportunities Policy can be found at the bottom of this page.

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Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning (MEL) and Project Support Officer – TfaC Malawi

TfaC’s MEL and Project Support Officer will:

1. Support the implementation of the work plan.

2. Lead on monitoring of activities such as project-based assessments, baseline and endline surveys, data analysis and presentation of results.

3. Use data and project results for project learning and adaptations.

4. Ensure all safeguarding policy breaches are reported appropriately.

5. Maintain a strong and professional relationship with all district and community stakeholders/partners.

6. Take an active role in the quality and impact of the organisation.

The position’s Job Description can be found here.

Person Specification

Essential
1. Commitment to TfaC’s values and approach.

2. Commitment to the rights of children and at-risks adults, and focused on a survivor-centred approach.

3. Demonstrable experience in MEL.

4. Experience in working in collaboration with stakeholders, including children and their parents.

5. Experience in MEL and programme management.

6. Excellent written and verbal communication skills in Chichewa and English.

Desirable
1. Good understanding of gender and sexual and reproductive health, as well as key trends in international development.

2. Experience of the use of participatory methodologies.

3. Experience working with teams and communities.

4. Experience developing project proposals.

5. Experience writing reports for national and international donors.

Minimum Experience

Minimum 2 years of relevant experience within the humanitarian field. Previous experience in either programme implementation, coordination, analysis or monitoring and evaluation essential. Experience in working in complex and volatile contexts will be an added advantage, as well as the capacity to produce coherent and good quality reports.

Application Requirements

Please submit a current CV and cover letter (no more than 3 pages) that references the Job Description to hr@tfacafrica.com, attention Mr Gibby Musukwa, subject line: MEL and Project Support Officer, by 30th September 2021.

Please note that applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and the shortlist could be done before the closing date. Please also include two references.

The position is available immediately and will be based in Lilongwe. Relocation support will be considered for the right candidate.

Salary band between MWK 400,000 and MWK 480,000 gross per month, depending on experience. The position includes full health insurance for employee and up to three dependents.

Theatre for a Change actively encourages applications from women and people living with disabilities. Our Equal Opportunities Policy can be found below.

Equal Opportunities and Diversity

We are committed to equality of opportunity and positive action to promote it, particularly with respect to gender. We ensure that people are not discriminated against on the basis of gender, age, disability, ethnicity, religion or belief, sexual orientation or any other irrelevant grounds in the recruitment, retention, training and development of staff. Our Equal Opportunities Policy can be read here.

Child Safeguarding

Theatre for a Change aims to protect all children and young people from intentional and unintentional harm and all forms of abuse whilst in the care of its staff and volunteers, as well as local partner organisations. Learn more.

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