Friday, February 27, 2015

Caucus for Children's Rights ,Community Manager Jobs in Tanzania

Job description
The Caucus for Children's Rights (CCR) is a community of people protecting children in Tanzania. We are an organization that is innovative. We use story telling as a way to activate the grassroots to protect children and we undertake research and advocacy to demand an investment from the Government in child protection services.
CCR is seeking applicants for the position of Community Manager.

The Community Manager is responsible for leading CCR's objective to build a community of child protectors.
Person Specification:
We are seeking an individual who above all else has a passion for keeping children safe from harm. Additionally, the Community Manger should have sophisticated facilitation skills, knowledge of human development, writing skills appropriate for different mediums, self-directed and efficient time management, strong communication and networking skills, and a passion and interest for story telling. This is a management position and applicants should be mid-life professionals with significant and applicable experience.
The Community Manager will be expected to undertake the following tasks:
  • Maintain and improve CCR's digital and mobile platforms as well as our face-to-face community space to encourage the collaboration of community members.
  • Promote and expand the CCR community
  • Enable community members to take group action to protect children
Time Frame: Recruited February 2015 to start April, 2015
Reporting to: Katie Bunten-Wren, Programs Director
Contract Duration: Full-time, 2 year contract with 3-month probationary period
Package: Salary and benefits commensurate with experience and qualifications.
How to apply
To apply:
  • ·Go to and register as a community member
  • Send the following materials to
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Copies of certificates, degrees, and/or diplomas
  • Two reference letters with contact details of referees
  • Brief paragraph describing a recent activity and what you learned that is relevant to CCR.

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