PNG Business Coalition for Women seeks Addressing Violence Project Manager

The Business Coalition for Women is seeking a Project Manager – Addressing Violence (Port Moresby based).

Background

The PNG Business Coalition for Women (BCFW) is a registered business membership organisation, which brings together PNG companies and corporate leaders who are working together to drive positive change for women and businesses in Papua New Guinea. The Coalition helps PNG’s private sector to recruit, retain and promote women – as employees, leaders, customers and business partners. Member organisations have exclusive access to relevant and practical tools, model policies, good practices, case studies and other resources to help them make the most of their female talent, while promoting more opportunities for women’s economic empowerment and career development.

Overview

BCFW is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Project Manager – Addressing Violence to join the Coalition’s growing team. The selected candidate will be responsible for supporting the Coalition’s Executive Director in delivering products and services developed by the Coalition, in partnership with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the Coalition’s Addressing Violence Working Group. The role will also include managing relationships with business members and clients, and monitoring and evaluation of all project activities.

Qualifications

  • Certificate IV in Training & Assessment
  • Undergraduate degree in Business Management, Humanities, Social Sciences, Commerce, or other relevant disciplines.
  • Post-graduate studies in relevant field such as gender studies, public health, human resource management, business, or organisational management desirable.

Please contact the BCFW Secretariat at secretariat@bcfw.org.pg or call +675 321 7111 for the full job description and details on how to apply. The deadline for applications is 5:00pm on 21 March 2016.

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Ashlee Betteridge

Ashlee Betteridge is the Manager at the Development Policy Centre. She was previously a Research Officer at the centre from 2013-2017. A former journalist, she holds a Master of Public Policy (Development Policy) from ANU and has development experience in Indonesia and Timor-Leste.

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