We’re always looking for energetic, passionate and committed people to help us carry out our work in Borneo. See below for our current vacancies.
Raleigh Borneo Vacancies
Country Programme Manager
Eligibility: Please note to be considered for this role applicants must have Malaysian nationality, or have the right to live and work in Sabah, Malaysia.
Are you passionate about sustainable development which places young people at the heart of global change? Do you have the energy, optimism and creativity to change the world for the better?
Raleigh International is a youth driven sustainable development charity creating meaningful and lasting impact. We focus on working with, through and for youth, to inspire and make positive change. Our programmes focus on youth in civil society, livelihoods, natural resource management and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH).
More than half of the world’s population are under the age of 30 – the biggest youth generation ever. Often undervalued, underestimated and expected to underachieve, young people are one of the most important resources the world has. The world is facing huge development challenges. Climate change threatens livelihoods, biodiversity and water supplies. Today, more people than ever before are working together to create sustainable change. Despite this, there is much more work to be done. We believe that when local communities and young people work side by side to create positive change, it empowers them and it’s the energy and motivation of empowered people that creates lasting change.
Overall Purpose of the Role
The Country Programme Manager is an exciting and challenging post within Raleigh Borneo’s senior management team. The purpose of the role is to ensure the delivery of Raleigh Borneo’s Country Strategy through effective programme design and development, project cycle management and the diversification of income. Key elements of this role will include the overall management of our SALY-B – Sustainable Alternative Livelihoods for Youth in Borneo programme; supporting and building capacities of national alumni societies; as well as developing a network of appropriate partner organisations and funders, preparing credible donor applications and planning and managing effective monitoring and evaluation of our work.
Location: Sabah, Malaysian Borneo
Salary: Competitive salary depending on experience
Contract: Fixed term to the end of September 2018
Closing date: Wednesday 26th July 2017 – 5pm (Borneo)
Interviews: w/c 31st July 2017
Start Date: ASAP
Please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. The covering letter should address how you meet the skills and experience required, and your current salary.