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  • International Finance Manager

    Working in Canada

    In order to measure progress and impact, CAMFED is seeking a highly talented and enthusiastic finance and accounting professional to help build budgets, establish reporting and monitor spend both within the Toronto-based Canadian office and for international projects.

    The Finance Manager will undertake the day-to-day financial operations with responsibility for financial accounting, planning, management accounting, analysis reporting, regulatory filings and all other related activities as assigned to her/him. The Finance Manager reports to the Acting Executive Director, CAMFED Canada and coordinates with the global finance teams in other CAMFED offices in the UK, USA and Africa.

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  • Development Manager

    Working in Canada

    The Development Manager will play a leading role managing key contracts and relationships across CAMFED Canada’s portfolio, building strong relationships with private foundation, and government partners. This will entail close collaboration with staff across our offices in Africa, the UK and the USA. Based at CAMFED Canada offices in Toronto, this role will work closely with the CAMFED Acting Canada Executive Director.

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  • Special Projects Manager

    Working in United Kingdom

    2021 marks the full launch of CAMFED’s ambitious five-year strategic plan, which aims to ensure 5 million girls in sub-Saharan Africa can go to school and thrive. The Special Projects Manager will play a key role in supporting the Deputy Executive Director and global CAMFED coalition in the planning, coordination and communication of the roll-out of the plan and associated special projects.

    The Special Projects Manager will help connect workstreams across functions and geographies, support the Deputy Executive Director and Executive Team in researching and implementing projects and policies, and track and report progress against organisational milestones.

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  • Programme Manager - Enterprise Development

    Working in Zimbabwe

    As a Programme Manager – Enterprise Development you are guided by CAMFED‘s organisational policies and procedures including our Children and Young People Protection Policy you shall be responsible for the planning, implementation and inputting into the learning agenda of CAMFED’s Enterprise Development programme in accordance with the Strategic and Operating Plans. The Programme Manager will further be responsible for the overall leadership of the Enterprise Development Team to ensure that high-quality, measurable and cost effective deliverables are achieved within the stipulated timeframe and in compliance with donor requirements while upholding best safeguarding practice within CAMFED and across the wider partnership network.

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