This position will improve the timeliness and quality of programs and child sponsorship communications in accordance with organizational guidelines, liaising between the Global Service Center, Regional Office and Field Offices (FO) to coordinate and execute necessary quality standard requirements. The goals of this position are to:
(1) Support and build capacity on Child Sponsorship reporting and guidelines, including regional support on World Link and communications related to child sponsorship.
(2) Train and share experience within the LAC Region for child sponsorship management.
(3) Build Field Office (FO) capacity in program design and planning in CFCT components.
(4) Support FOs in the alignment of monitoring and evaluation processes, methodologies and tools based on what is defined regionally and globally.
Location to be determined.
Key Result #1 – Child sponsorship communications field support (45%).
Key Result #2 – Program management support: In collaboration with Program Directors, Program Managers and Field CS Relations Officers ensure sponsorship funding is properly managed according to sponsorship guidelines (45%).
Key Result #3 – Participation in the Program Quality Council and related initiatives (10%).
A resume and an application are required to apply for this position. This position will close to applications on November 13, 2017.
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FH benefits include (Int’l):
Insurance - Health, Disability, Life
Paid holidays, vacation, & sick leave
Pension, after one year of service
Professional development and continuing education opportunities
Values, Vision, and Purpose
At Food for the Hungry, we operate under a set of guiding principles we call “The Heartbeat.” This includes our Values, Vision, and Purpose, which serve as the explanation of who we are and how we work as an organization. Together we follow God’s call responding to human suffering and graduating communities from extreme poverty.