implements projects in over 30 countries in Africa and South Asia
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people with disabilities.
Job title: Project Manager- Inclusive Data
Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea
Bissau, Guinea Conakry, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Sierra
Leone, South Sudan, Tanzania, UAE – Dubai, Senegal, Malawi, Uganda,
Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Reports to: Programme Manager – Inclusive Data Charter
Contract: 2 years fixed term contract
Salary: Local terms and conditions apply
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Sightsavers is recruiting for an exciting opportunity for a project manager to join our Inclusive Data team.
are looking for a highly skilled, versatile, and experienced project
manager who will play a key role in scaling up Sightsavers work on
inclusive data and support the delivery of our ambitious objectives.
data is critical to achieve the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals,
highlighting those who are marginalised and at risk of being left behind
so that we can act. Sightsavers is currently updating its Inclusive Data Charter action plan
which will be re-launched externally in 2023, alongside the development
of an internal work plan that sets out our collectively owned,
cross-organisational goals and objectives on inclusive data.
Project Manager-Inclusive Data position uniquely combines interests and
experience in project management, international development, social
inclusion, data, and working with multidisciplinary geographically
dispersed stakeholders. The project manager will work collaboratively
with key stakeholders to advance the organisation’s strategic priorities
on inclusive data, strengthen practice, understanding and learning on
inclusive data and ensure that our work is joined up across the
This project manager role is ideal for someone who
is a self-starter, motivated and enjoys working in a collaborative
environment with diverse stakeholders. Excellent project management,
communication, collaboration, and stakeholder management skills are
essential for this role. Experience working with internal and external
stakeholders operating at both global and country level and working
knowledge on inclusion and data issues within an international
development context would be an asset.
Project Manager – Inclusive Data works collaboratively with
multidisciplinary teams across Sightsavers to advance the organisation’s
strategic priorities on inclusive data, strengthen practice,
understanding and learning on inclusive data and ensure that our work is
joined up across the organisation.
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Principle accountabilities (specific activities and end results):
Facilitate engagement on inclusive data working with global
stakeholders responsible for the delivery of inclusive data across the
different thematic strategies of health and inclusion to build consensus
and internal alignment and ensure that our work is joined up across the
- Work with relevant Sightsavers stakeholders to
review and map team’s projects and initiatives where inclusive data is
being incorporated, ensuring that this information is consolidated,
shared and disseminated to demonstrate how our collective work on
inclusive data is contributing to improving inclusion.
Sightsavers inclusive data charter action plan and support the
development and implementation of an internal work plan that sets out
our collectively owned, cross-organisational goals and objectives on
inclusive data. Proactively work with relevant internal stakeholders to
monitor implementation of agreed plans, addressing risks & issues
and reporting on progress.
- Lead the inclusive data stakeholders
working group, working with the inclusive data operations and planning
coordinator to implement effective processes and mechanisms and maintain
engagement of stakeholders through regular group calls and
- Work with inclusive data stakeholders during
project design, monitoring and implementation to incorporate inclusive
data in their work, support organisational decision making and ongoing
learning and improvement.
- Regularly produce and share updates
on inclusive data to strengthen practice, understanding and learning
across Sightsavers. This includes supporting and facilitating internal
knowledge exchange and learning sessions.
- Manage the
packaging and dissemination of learning and experience from inclusive
data activities internally, to feed into policy briefs, donor reports
and for other organisational reporting and communications requirements.
with the Inclusive Data Charter Programme Manager, the Policy and
Global Advocacy Directorate and other teams across Sightsavers to
proactively identify key external strategic opportunities to build
support and engagement with Sightsavers work on inclusive data,
including collaborations and partnerships to share learning, knowledge
and best practice.
- Represent Sightsavers within external
networks and at national, regional and international conferences and
symposia to promote Sightsavers’ work on inclusive data.
an awareness of external trends, issues and developments in relation to
inclusive data, the SDGs and areas of Sightsavers strategic interest
(health and inclusion).
- Work planning, including supporting development of budgets, forecasts and reports.
The post holder is expected to travel up to 6 weeks per year.
principle accountabilities are not meant to be an exhaustive list of
tasks. The need for flexibility is required and the job holder is
expected to carry out any other related duties that are within the
employee’s skills and abilities whenever reasonably instructed.
This is a varied role, please read the full job description for
further details. As an equal opportunity employer, we actively
encourage applications from all sections of the community. Sightsavers
is a Disability Confident Leader and qualified people living with a
disability are particularly encouraged to apply.
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Knowledge (education and related experience)
experience in project management and stakeholder engagement within the
international development sector/not-for-profit sector. A combination of
both in-country and global level experience is an asset.
- Work experience in a relevant field with a background and strong understanding of international development.
- Working knowledge of the Sustainable Development Goals, data for development, social inclusion and/or disability.
- Experience in managing multi-stakeholder projects and meeting deadlines.
in understanding and responding to the complexities of working across
multiple countries and continents in an international development
knowledge and awareness of international and national data and
statistical processes and systems, including understanding of the data
lifecycle (design, production, analysis, and use).
- Experience producing analytical reports, information and learning materials for a wide range of audiences
- Ability to facilitate, deliver and support workshops to strengthen knowledge, capacity, and learning.
Skills (training and competencies)
- Exceptional project management and communications skills.
- Strong interpersonal, leadership, stakeholder management, negotiation and relationship building skills.
- Ability to work in a networked team and with partners around the world virtually and in-person.
- Highly numerate and confident when working with numbers or statistics.
- Work planning and resource management.
- Strong planning and organisational skills, ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and meet deadlines.
- Demonstrated ability to adapt course of action swiftly to meet emerging organisational needs.
- Fluency in English (verbal and written).
- Ability to communicate clearly and effectively by telephone, in person and in writing.
- Sound knowledge of software applications including MS Office, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint.
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apply for this exciting new opportunity, please complete an application
via our recruitment portal. We are particularly interested in learning
of your motivations for applying.
Due to project deadlines, we are
keen to fill this role as quickly as possible so applications will be
considered as soon as they are received.
As an equal opportunity
employer, we actively encourage applications from all sections of the
community. Sightsavers is a Disability Confident Leader and qualified
people living with a disability are particularly encouraged to apply.
is an employer that does not tolerate any form of harassment and has
zero tolerance for sexual exploitation and abuse. All potential
candidates will be subjected to rigorous background checks and controls.
Closing Date: 30 January 2023