Friday, October 12, 2018

Jobs in Tanzania: Strategic Liaison Manager at Railway Children Tanzania, October 2018

Jobs in Tanzania: Strategic Liaison Manager at Railway Children Tanzania, October 2018
At Railway Children, we see ourselves as warriors, united in changing the long-term future for children living alone and at risk on the streets.
Our passion and values underpin everything we do. They unite us and provide the energy and optimism that drives us to work harder and harder for the children and young people we are privileged to help. Nafasi za kazi Railway Children

We will never stop fighting for street children. It’s all we do. It’s all we’ll keep doing.
Why not join us?

Strategic Liaison Manager - Tanzania
DFID UK Aid Direct Program
Salary: Competitive
Location: Tanzania, East Africa

We are looking for someone to build networks and partnerships with government and other agencies that further enable RCA to deliver its strategy for the region. The successful candidate will be responsible for advocating for change that will improve the lives of street children in line with both RCA's strategic objectives and the UN General Comment 21 on children in street situations. 

Job description and person specification

Strategic Liaison Manager Strategic Liaison Manager Download to find out more about the role, requirements and working for Railway Children.How to apply
Please submit a letter outlining how you meet the criteria, including your current salary and benefit package and your current curriculum vitae to: jobs.mwanza@railwaychildren.or.tz

Closing date: 21st October 2018. 
Only short listed candidates will be contacted for interviews.

Source: The Guardian 11 October 2018

About Railway Children
This year, Railway Children celebrates 20 years of fighting for children alone and at risk on the streets. During that time, we’ve reached more than 275,000 children in India, the UK and East Africa. 

We know there is still so much more to do. Millions of children still live alone on the streets where they suffer abuse and exploitation. In the UK, society often denies their existence, and in other countries the problem is so prevalent that it has become ‘normal’.

They run away or are forced to leave home, where they suffer poverty, violence, abuse and neglect. They find themselves living on the streets because there is nowhere else to and no one left to turn to. The problems they face on the streets are often even worse than those they endured at home. 

Every day we fight to change their story. Nafasi za ajira Railway Children

Railway Children race to reach children as soon as they arrive on the streets and intervene before an abuser can. Our pioneering work enables us to get to street children before the streets get to them.

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