Current Hiring Practices and Trends in the Development Sector
- BY David Mackenzie
Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting is the world’s only Movement for every girl and any girl because we believe that each of them deserves to be the best they can be. Free to make what they want from the Movement, girls learn by doing, make friends and have fun. In safe, local spaces, girls develop the skills and attitudes to change themselves, their communities and our world.
The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) keeps the global Movement thriving, united and growing.
About the Nutrition Programme:
Iron deficiency, anaemia and nutritional disorders seriously affect the health and economic well-being of young people globally. They disproportionally impact on the poorest, most vulnerable groups in societies, and affect a larger proportion of girls and women than boys and men.
WAGGGS has formed a strategic partnership with Nutritional International - a Canadian non-governmental organisation (NGO) focused on nutrition interventions - to deliver a programme to improve the knowledge, attitudes and behaviour around nutrition among girls and young women, their families and their communities through non-formal education and local, national and global advocacy. The ultimate and longer-term aim of this partnership is to give greater focus, attention and access to information on nutritional needs to our members globally. The pilot programme runs until October 2019 and will be delivered in partnership with our Member Organisations in Bangladesh, Madagascar, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, and Tanzania.
About the Role
WAGGGS is seeking a part-time, short-term programme assistant for the Nutrition Programme to support the country Project Manager in Sri Lanka in the set up of the project.
The post will be for approximately two months, 3-4 days a week, with the possibility of extension based on need. The key responsibilities of this position are:
We are looking for someone with the following skills and experience: