South Africa, Johannesburg   – Long term opportunity



Key Skills & experience required:


  • MA in Public Health or Nutrition
  • 8 – 12 years’ experience in Infant and Young Child Nutrition programming, Evaluation, and Learning in an international context.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of effective interventions to reduce childhood stunting in an international context
  • Knowledge of research and evaluation methods/approaches in infant and young child nutrition programs.
  • Demonstrated experience in quality improvement for project implementation.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with host-country governments and stakeholders at national, provincial, and district levels;
  • Demonstrated ability to analyze nutrition data and evidence, effectively communicate results, and facilitate learning and action planning to stakeholders at national, provincial, and district level in Africa
  • Experience managing project implementation of large-scale projects with diverse stakeholders in an international context.
  • Ability to build, motivate, and manage teams to achieve results;
  • Experience managing consortium partners for donor-funded programs,
  • Able to coordinate various technical experts and ensure alignment in activities
  • Able to effectively and dynamically present scientific information to a wide range of audiences, including policy makers and programme managers
  • Excellent writing skills required.
  • Experience in gender programming highly advantageous
  • Experience in southern Africa highly advantageous


Application deadline – 23 November 2018

Interested?  Do you meet the above requirements?

Email your CV highlighting the above criteria to

We will only contact shortlisted candidates meeting the above requirements and eligible to work in South Africa.

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