SBCCN the pioneer in the fight against Breast and Cervical Cancer is looking for a competent Liswati as its Executive Director (ED). The incumbent will serve as the leader of the organization and its primary public representative, reporting to the Board of Directors. The Executive Director works in partnership with the Board to ensure that the organization fulfills its mission and to create strategies that ensure its future success. The post holder will provide general strategic direction to the team. The Executive Director will also be a liaison of the organization in donor and stakeholder forums/engagements.
• Degree qualification in Public Health, Social Sciences, or related field
• A Master’s degree in the relevant field will be an added advantage
• 5 years or more experience in Senior Management
• 3 years or more experience in NGO management
• Experience in managing or working with donors/donor funded projects
KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS
• General leadership and administration functions.
• Planning and strategic leadership; general management of the office, overseeing operational efficiency, effective communications, and other types of strategic and tactical planning.
• Financial management and stewardship; Formulate resource mobilization strategies.
• Prepare quarterly operational and financial reports for the Board.
• Fundraising and stakeholder management ;Signatory on behalf of the organization in Mai’s, and stakeholder collaborations
• Governance and compliance; Ex-official member of the Governing Board and a member of all Board Sub-committees.
• Strong organizational skills with a problem-solving attitude.
• Experience managing budgets and expenses.
• Good leadership skills
The organization offers a market competitive salary package commensurate with the candidate’s qualifications and experience.
Interested candidates should submit their motivation letter accompanied by a detailed CV by email only to email@example.com addressed for the attention of Chairperson HR Committee not later than Friday the 13th November 2019 at 16:30 hrs.
About Eswatini Breast & Cervical Cancer Network
Maggie Hall, Gcinile Buthelezi, Peggy Bide and Diorobo Daffe, four women whose lives had been affected directly or indirectly by breast cancer, knew they could do more than just be a victim. These women realized that new cases of breast cancer were on the increase in Swaziland yet there was little or no information and support for survivors. The Swaziland Breast Cancer Network (SBCN) was their idea, and these women are still involved in a number of the Network's activities.