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Papua New Guinea Project Manager

Papua New Guinea Project Manager

Work with a local national project coordinator on an HIV and AIDS program to engage at-risk communities.

Role overview

As the project manager for the MARPS project, a HIV and AIDS project working with key affected populations, you will be working with identified partner organizations, donors and communities.
You will be working with a national project coordinator to ensure the project is able to provide prevention, testing and treatment services to the key populations identified in and around Lae and Morobe province in PNG.

Working Experience:

  • Previous overseas work experience in insecure contexts with focus on health service delivery
  • Minimum of 5 years of project management experience
  • Experience of managing complex, culturally sensitive advocacy projects


  •  Experience of HIV and AIDS project is preferable
  • Experience of working in insecure situations. Willingness to adapt to changing ground realities
  • Ability to contribute/take responsibilities
  • Good written skills, with proven ability in report writing (medical reports, assessment reports etc.)
  • Excellent communication skills, flexible and adaptable
  • Strong negotiating and problem-solving skills, stimulating and diplomatic

If you’re interested in applying for this role, please download the job description for more information.

Deadline: April 28, 2017

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