Jobs Opportunity in Marie Stopes International (MSI) 1st September 2016.
Marie Stopes International (MSI) is a marketing focused, result oriented social enterprise. We develop efficient, effective and sustainable family planning programs in the UK and overseas.
We have an exciting opportunity for a talented professional who can become a part of our West Asia Regional team. The primary responsibility of this position is to provide information at the right time for accurate and timely decision, in addition to providing assistance & co-ordination with for development of program objectives in West Asia Region.
The incumbent will also be required to manage and ensure all documentation, communication & holding of quarterly regional meetings. Key responsibilities will also entail managing collaborations with teams across the Region. The position reports to Regional Program Officer, West Asia and works closely with the West Asia Regional Director, and is based in Karachi involving frequent travel to the West Asian countries.
Hold Bachelor’s degree in any social sciences, international development, public management or other relevant qualification.
Minimum 3 years of experience in a social enterprise or a multi-national environment. Possess strong communication, data analysis, negotiation and decision making skills with an ability to work in multi-cultural setting. Should be internationally mobile. Should be able to read and comprehend financial analysis and business planning.
Please visit our website www.mariestopespk.org/jobs-listing and follow instructions to apply or share your resume at firstname.lastname@example.org by September 712016.
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