Job Vacancy – Project Coordinator For Gender and Theology Programme


We are looking for a skilled Project Coordinator for the Gender and Theology (GET) programme who will help us ensure the smooth and effective functioning of training events in the communities. The appointment is from 2024 to 2026.

GET is a component of the project on Preventing Violence Against Women & Girls in Faith Settings implemented by the House of Sarah (HoS).

Gender & Theology : Transforming Harmful Gender Norms to Stop Gender-based violence.
GET challenges the prevalent belief amongst members of faith communities that women and men are not created equal. These traditional Biblical interpretations that have been passed down from missionaries until today are contributing to attitudes and behaviours that perpetuate violence against women and girls (VAWG). HoS’s GET programme introduces a new understanding of God’s vision for human relationships that is based on equality, respect, just, caring, loving and peaceful and will consequently transform harmful gender norms. By introducing new insights and interpretations of Biblical texts, faith communities can live out the values and principles of respectful relationships.

Project Coordinator Duties and Responsibilities
The Project Coordinator is responsible for the overall implementation of the GET programme from the baseline survey, organising the programmes, supporting the GET Trainers carry out the training in the selected communities, monitoring the activities, assessing the impact, and documenting results.
** The incumbent will be required to travel with the training team to the communities.
Education, Skills & Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree in social science or related field.
• Previous experience at coordinating training programmes especially at the community level.
• Good communication skills, both written and oral and especially in English and iTaukei languages.
• Superior computer skills; well-versed in Microsoft Office Suite, with a strong and thorough knowledge of Excel.
• Able to work effectively under pressure.
At least 3 – 5 years of experience in project coordination, project management roles or related fields.

Closing Date
Written applications indicating qualifications, work experience, plus the names of two (2) referees (one professional and one character) in curriculum vitae to be sent to Executive Director, House of Sarah, P O Box 7791, Nasinu and emailed to:
Interested applicants may contact Ms. Caroline Chambers on email: for detailed job specifications.

Applications close at 1pm on Thursday 1st February 2024.