The organisation was established to serve individual women and children who have survived severe exploitation and human rights abuse.. Through protection, recovery, empowerment and community integration, they walk with each woman and child on their journey towards wholeness.
As a member of the Group Executive team and reporting directly to the organisation’s CEO, the Executive Director will lead the implementation of organisation’s Strategic plan in country. Within the framework of the Group Executive team’s annual operating plan, the Executive Director will lead the development and implementation of quality, innovative and holistic programs in the country to support and meet the needs of survivors of abuse and exploitation in the country.
Among other requirements, the person must have relevant tertiary qualifications and evidence of senior level experience in social work, public policy or a related discipline, and an understanding of and commitment to organisational objectives, values and priorities; proven engagement and relationship-building skills and the ability to represent the organisation effectively and professionally; strong consultation, communication and interpersonal skills; experience of effective budget preparation, forecasting and management as well as high-level analytical problem-solving skills.