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We are proud of the quality our work and the impact it has. We are always interested to attract engaged, passionate, competent, dedicated people to help us achieve our goals. Whatever your skills or specialism, whether you are interested in working in our London head office, one of our country projects or providing technical consultancy inputs, we offer opportunities.

Deputy Programme Director / Grants Lead

We are seeking a Deputy Programme Director, who will be responsible for ensuring high-quality programme delivery of the second phase of our anticipated DFID funded programme.The Deputy Programme Director should have experience in programme delivery and grants management as they will be overseeing the design and delivery of the programmes grant scheme aspect.
Contract:
Full time fixed term
Location:
London, UK / Nairobi, Kenya (flexibility on location)
Closing date:
28 Feb 2020
Programme:

Programme Director

We are seeking a Programme Director to drive the second phase of the anticipated DFID funded programme “What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls (What Works II.)” The Programme Director should have experience in strategic leadership, managerial oversight and technical direction.
Contract:
Full time fixed term
Location:
London, UK / Nairobi, Kenya (flexibility on location)
Closing date:
28 Feb 2020
Programme:

Consultancy for Review and Finalisation of County Costed Implementation Plan (CIP)

Options Consultancy Services seeks the services of an expert to lead the review of and facilitate the validation and finalisation of Family Planning (FP) Costed Implementation Plans (CIP) for Garissa county. The CIP needs to be aligned to the specific county integrated development plans, health sector strategic plans and National CIP.
Contract:
Short – term consultancy (10 days)
Location:
Nairobi with travel to Garissa
Closing date:
27 Feb 2020
Programme:

Team Leader, Health Systems Strengthening

Options is seeking an exceptional Health Systems expert to drive delivery of an anticipated large, DFID funded, health systems strengthening programme in Bangladesh. The programme will provide technical assistance to increase performance, quality and efficiency in the health service, as well as improving stewardship and governance.
Contract:
Location:
Bangladesh
Closing date:
28 Feb 2020
Programme:

Consultancy for the Development of a Procurement Handbook for Options Nigeria

The overall purpose of this consultancy is to develop Options' Nigeria procurement handbook aligned with the organisation's ethical standards and financial rules, in compliance with major donor agency requirements and adapted to the Nigerian context.
Contract:
Short-term consultancy
Location:
Abuja, Nigeria
Closing date:
28 Feb 2020
Programme:

Regional Senior Technical Advisor

Options Consultancy Services is seeking a Regional Senior Technical Advisor (RSTA) to support the Regional Sustainability Lead on the Women’s Integrated Sexual Health (WISH) programme by providing technical assistance for the successful delivery of the programme across seven countries in Africa and Asia.
Contract:
Full time
Location:
Kenya
Closing date:
13 Mar 2020
Programme:

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