Programs Jobs


Opportunity is committed to: ensuring that private and technical funds raised for Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) and other partners and projects are spent according to project requirements and donor regulations and requirements in a timely fashion; ensuring that the core outcomes related to donor gifts are met to the greatest extent possible and tracked in a way to show the impact of donations and program strategy.

The role of Program Manager plays the central role at Opportunity in fulfilling these two commitments, and is the focal point of communication for all program stakeholders.

Program Manager

Equal Access International ( seeks an experienced Program Manager to join our Project Management Unit (PMU). This person will be responsible for supporting projects in a relevant practice area, ensuring projects are effectively and safely implemented, deliverables are met and reported on, and that relevant compliance regulations and all contractual requirements are strictly followed. This position is part of a career progression track to a Practice Area Lead position with EAI, so the Program Manager is expected to support a chosen Practice Area and provide input on technical implementation, and business development activities where required. The Program Manager will report directly to the PMU Director, but will also coordinate closely with Leads in Peacebuilding & Transforming Extremism, Championing Gender Equality & Empowering Women, Governance & Civic Engagement, and Monitoring & Evaluation.

Programme Specialist

We are seeking to recruit a Programme Specialist to join our team in London.

Health Economist – Neglected Tropical Diseases

R4D seeks a Health Economist to serve as the senior health financing lead on the USAID-funded ‘Act to End Neglected Tropical Diseases | East’ program, a global initiative led by RTI International to assist countries to expand and sustain efforts to control and eliminate these debilitating diseases. Previous experience working on NTDs is a plus but not required.

Director, Latin America and the Caribbean

This position is responsible for providing strategic leadership and vision for all Freedom House (FH) activities in and related to Latin America, including policy research, advocacy, and on the ground programming activities in line with FH’s mission and strategic framework. The position requires a candidate with deep knowledge of democracy and governance issues throughout the region, relationships there (including with civil society organizations (CSOs), government entities, the diplomatic community, etc.), and relationships with relevant USG executive and congressional branch entities (including USG donors supporting democracy programs in the region). These qualifications must be combined with a proven record of: designing and carrying out successful policy research and policy advocacy initiatives before the U.S. Congress and executive branch; designing and implementing innovative USG-funded democracy programming throughout the region that produce verifiable results; and effectively leading and managing diverse staff, including overseas operations.

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Subaward and Contract Specialist, Latin America and the Caribbean

Experienced Subaward and Contract Specialist to administer the grant-making and sub-contracting processes of Freedom House, a mid-sized NGO with an annual budget over $30 million. Position works with the Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Team and will collectively manage the grant-making and sub-contracting procedures for Freedom House’s subawards and sub-contracts in collaboration with the Finance Department. Responsible for pre-award risk assessments, procurement reviews, subgrant and contract agreements, subaward financial report reviews, subrecipient monitoring, closeout procedures, and other similar functions as necessary. Position reports to the Senior Program Manager for Latin America and the Caribbean. Peers includes other Subaward and Contract Associates.

Associate Director for Operations

The Open Society Foundations’ Latin America Program seeks an Associate Director for Operations.

Project Officer

The Project Officer plays an integral role in the design and development of new projects and programs, working with key staff to grow and develop country programs in line with Country Strategic Plans and organizational strategy. The Project Officer also supports a portfolio of projects, ensuring result areas are achieved according to contractual requirements and best practices, including the fulfillment of reporting requirements.

Rwanda Country Director

To effectively lead and manage the WCS Rwanda Country Program, based in the capital Kigali. The primary focus of the Country Program is to work in partnership with the Rwanda Government to protect globally significant biodiversity and the critical natural resource base within and outside of protected areas. This includes a diverse set of actions that span from directly supporting the management of Nyungwe National Park as a cornerstone of WCS’s historical engagement in Rwanda, to helping the Rwanda government accomplish its goal of achieving green, sustainable development by 2050. Additional priorities include insuring close collaboration with the Rwanda Government to support their new initiatives, connecting them with new WCS-launched initiatives, and insuring constructive and mutually beneficial relationships with local communities. Similarly, the Country Director must be able to lead and manage a team of highly motivated staff and sustain the fundraising needed to support the program.

WCS Africa Program is now seeking a dynamic, experienced individual to lead this program.

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