Place of Assignment: Bangkok/Thailand, Amman/Jordan or Nairobi/Kenya
Type and duration of contract: Regional, 1 year, renewable
Closing date for applications: Friday, 9 April 2021
The Programme Manager will lead the development of the ACT Alliance programme on climate justice. He/she will work on the design and support of a coherent and systematic approach to issues of climate justice in ACT’s programmes; act as a programme policy advisor in planning, implementation, and monitoring of programme activities; and will be responsible for the coordination of the implementation of the ACT Alliance’s Global Climate Project 2020-2021, “Faith actors enhancing inclusive, ambitious and sustainable climate policy and action in accordance with the Paris Agreements and the Sustainable Development Goals”. The Programme Manager will consult with and advise the ACT Regional Representatives on implementing activities at national and regional levels and coordinate with the ACT Climate Justice Reference Group and the membership. This recruitment is a replacement for an existing position in an established programme and will be based in one of the ACT offices in Bangkok/Thailand, Amman/Jordan, or Nairobi/Kenya.
We offer: An exciting role with real impact in an established project and dedicated team. International employment conditions and salary package including diverse allowances and pension fund. Professional travel is to be expected. Role to be based in Bangkok/Thailand, Amman/Jordan or Nairobi/Kenya depending on nationality of candidate and work permit considerations.
You will find the detailed job description here: ToR ACT Global Climate Programme Manager
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV and a cover letter, in English and by email only, to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, 9 April 2021. Please put “Global Climate Justice Programme Manager” in the subject line and name your documents “Firstname lastname CV” and “Firstname lastname Cover letter”.
ACT adheres to the SCHR misconduct scheme “https://www.schr.info/the-misconduct-disclosure-scheme”. As such, ACT will contact the current and/or former employer of the preferred candidate as part of reference checking and ask for a misconduct statement.
Due to the large number of applications received, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.