Title: Project Manager, (Large Scale Food Fortification) LSFF
Company Name: Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN)
Vacancy: Not specific
Job Location: Dhaka
Employment Status: Contractual
∎ Master's in Public Health, Food Technology, Business, Development or Nutrition is desirable.
∎ At least 7 year(s)
∎ Management of LSFF projects in terms of partnership management, technical, reporting, and monitoring supports.
∎ Provide leadership in developing a detailed implementation plan, Co-operation agreement, Technical Assistant Project Proposal (TAPP) liaising with and monitoring implementation partners, research & evaluation agencies, and other stakeholders.
∎ Prepare terms of reference (ToR) for implementation of various activities as per approved plan and coordinate reviews with HQ.
∎ Support in the development of relevant Mass Media /Behaviour Change Communication messages and materials linked with bulk oil and open salt in consultation with Ministry (MOInd), BSCIC, business and other relevant partners.
∎ Maintain a working relationship with implementation partners, government & policy institutions and relevant strategic and development partners who have similar activities and programs.
∎ Assist in developing concepts, proposals and explore new programmatic areas based on learning from the projects.
∎ Be actively involved in QUAD for respective workstreams and provide updates on project implementation.
∎ Working closely with the GAIN Knowledge Leadership department to develop result and monitoring framework and tools to closely monitor projects impact.
Salary: Tk. 1273903 - 1457095 (Yearly)
Application Deadline: 11 Nov 2020
∎ 29 Oct 2020
∎ Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN)
∎ Business : The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) is driven by the vision of a world without malnutrition. GAIN is a Swiss based foundation that mobilizes public-private partnerships and provides financial and technical support to deliver nutritious foods to those people most at risk of malnutrition. The organization is delivering improved nutrition to an estimated 273 million people in more than 25 countries, half of whom are women and children.