Programme Manager Job Position - Strategic Grain Reserves

Salary £28,770 - 32,750 per annum

Applications are invited for the post of Programme Manager – Strategic Grain Reserves to join the Partnership for Child Development (PCD) team.

The Programme Manager will provide an efficient professional service, managing PCD’s programmes relating to PCD's Home Grown School Feeding, with a particular focus on the agriculture aspects. The post-holder will be expected to attend international meetings, conferences, workshops and undertake various other operational field activities.

About Partnership for Child Development 

PCD is an organisation committed to improving the education, health and nutrition of school-age children and youth in low-income countries.

The PCD Team is based within the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Imperial College London, located at St Mary’s campus, Paddington. Imperial College London is a five star research institute equipped with the latest technologies and facilities.

Job details

This is an excellent opportunity for a well-motivated individual who wants to build on existing experience and knowledge in the field of agriculture to work in one of the UK's leading universities for a busy and successful group.

PCD is seeking a candidate educated to degree level (or with equivalent experience) in natural resources, development agriculture or rural development (these subject areas are preferred but not essential) and will have experience of working in the field of International Development in sub-Saharan African countries.

For further information, necessary requirements and a full list of responsibilities, please download the, Programme Manager - Strategic Grain Reserves Job Description

This is a full time post for a fixed term until 30 September 2015. Deadline for applications is: 11 September 2013 (midnight BST)

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to Abigail Deamer: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

For formal enquiries please address these to Abigail. 

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