Plan International Finland is seeking a programme manager with experience in humanitarian programming to strengthen its Programme team in Finland. As the humanitarian programme manager, you will be responsible for humanitarian project development and implementation. The position involves coordination and project oversight of humanitarian projects with Plan International country offices and implementing partners, while providing technical support for project planning, monitoring and evaluation, and offering capacity building to Plan International country office staff.
This is a permanent contract based in Helsinki, Finland or in a location where Plan International has a legal entity and you have the right to work. Employment terms will be as per local conditions. The programme manager will work as part of the Programme Team of Plan International Finland and will report to the Programme Director.
The position requires travel, sometimes to hazardous environments and at short notice. The Programme manager needs to be prepared to live and work in insecure environments. There will be periods of intense work which will require extended working hours.
Please submit your expression of interest and CV through our recruitment system by 11 August 2022. The interviews will be held during the week starting 15 August 2022.
If you have any questions about the position, please contact Programme Director Annukka von Kaufmann via email (annukka.vonkaufmann(at)plan-international.org).
Plan International Finland is an independent development and humanitarian organization that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We connect committed people with powerful ideas in order to find solutions and trigger change that makes a real difference for children, especially girls. For 80 years, we have supported girls and boys and their communities around the world to claim their rights, free themselves of poverty and live positive fulfilling lives. Our humanitarian work has a particular focus on girls, as conflicts and natural disasters put children - and especially girls - at a greater risk. Plan International has no religious or political affiliations.
We are an equal opportunities employer. We value diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive working environment.