|Location||Johannesburg, Johannesburg, South Africa|
About the Job
As family and societal development is a critical part of GBR’s focus in building a better world in a holistic way, it seeks to strengthen families, build awareness of the need for each household to have mutual appreciation and respect for the different hierarchies, gender groups, physical challenges, age groups, as well as their roles and responsibilities within the family, the society, and their community. In this regard, GBR seeks to employ a dynamic individual who has the desire and passion to work developing programs that will be relevant, effective, and impactful. Being sensitive to the many societal challenges’ humankind faces in this modern era and the need to re-introduce lost values that will stem the spread of gender-based violence, abuse of children and the elderly, disrespect for one’s neighbour and disregard for authority and leadership, will be critical elements that this position will seek to address. Working with other team-members in cross-cutting thematic areas, this position requires an individual that is grounded upon strong Christian precepts, is a visionary, resourceful, and can provide the vision, structure, and coordination necessary to develop and execute a holistic program of development for children, youth, and adults.
Development of learning material; learning facilitation; organising events, forums, training, conferences, workshops, panel discussions and establishing a volunteer pool to address these family and societal needs are key aspects of this position.
To develop funding proposals, design operating plans, coordinate and consolidate programs catering to needs of the different regions and individual countries.
To develop and implement an annual activity calendar in line with budget and outreach targets to build organisational capability.
To ensure delivery of events and activities to achieve the required outcomes and strategic objectives within strict timelines.
To ensure coordination, completion, and submission of funding objectives in line with the GBR’s requirements and to optimize resources for maximum impact.
To ensure compliance to group policies, quality assurance standards and regulatory requirements.
To manage resources to deliver the operating plan timeously.
A degree in Theology, Sociology, Community development or similar qualification with formal training or equivalent experience with Christian education and faith development.
A sincere faith in God and a commitment to Christian faith and service, including knowledge of scripture and an understanding of the Bible’s great themes on family values & good neighbourliness.
Flexibility to work with the diversity of theological concepts and faith backgrounds.
Passion for inspiring children, youth, adults, team ministry, and promoting volunteerism.
Strong organizational and leadership skills including delegation and group facilitation.
Strong writing, public communication, and computer skills.
7-10 years Developmental generalist experience
Experience in managing cross-functional teams and multi-disciplinary projects, as well as organisational development and change
Provide consultation, support, and counselling.
Programme planning, development, and execution.
Work collaboratively with teams and subject matter experts.
Material and content development
Interested candidates can send their CV