Send a Cow – Regional Farm Systems and Sustainability Coordinator.

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Regional Farm Systems and Sustainability Coordinator

Based in Kakamega, Kenya or Kampala, Uganda

Permanent contract

Full-time (40 hrs per week)

Send a Cow is a growing and dynamic international development charity providing training and ongoing support to smallholder farmers in six African countries. We give poor families and communities the hope and the means to secure their own futures from the land, in line with our vision of a confident and thriving rural Africa.

We are looking for an experienced Regional Farm Systems and Sustainability Coordinator. The role reports to the Head of Thematic Support and Capacity Building. The role is located in either Kakamega, Kenya or Kampala, Uganda). This is an exciting new role, which you can make your own. We are looking for someone with passion, creativity and a wealth of farm systems knowledge who can inspire our staff, partners and the small holder farmers that we work with to make significant changes to their lives.

The purpose of the role is to help deliver SAC’s 10-year vision through sustainable farming and appropriate climate responses. The Regional Farm System and Sustainability Coordinator will ensure that country teams have the capacity, confidence and tools to design effective food security programmes and respond to the climate change crisis. The role champions SAC’s agro ecological climate positive approaches developed through 30 years of learning with smallholder farmers in East Africa and ensures that sustainable farm systems interventions follow SAC guidelines and best practice. The role primarily supports farm systems officers in SAC country teams and partners. The role also provides direct support in the design of projects, donor proposals and technical reviews of SAC interventions.

We are looking for someone with significant grounded experience in sustainable organic farming and agro-ecological climate approaches at smallholder farmer level. You will have a very good grasp of how different components around farm systems integrate, along with hands on experience in designing, implementing and reviewing projects. You will also demonstrate strong strategic and coordination acumen and bring practical experience in building the capacities of country teams and local partner organisations.

We strongly encourage applications from women, people with a disability and people from other sections of society facing exclusion.

Does this sound like you? If so, we would love to hear from you. Applications close at 5pm (UK time) on 31st of July. We reserve the right to close this advertisement early if we receive a high volume of suitable applications. Applicants are therefore encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

To apply, please complete the application form below and provide details of 3 key achievements (guidance provided below). CVs will not be accepted.

CANDIDATES WILL NEED PRIOR LEGAL RIGHT TO WORK IN KENYA AND UGANDA

Please send your completed applications to applications@sendacow.org by 5pm (UK time) on 31st July.

At Send a Cow, we are committed to the safeguarding and protection of children and vulnerable adults in our work. We expect all of our employees and volunteers to sign up to our Safeguarding Policy.

https://sendacow.org/careers/regional-farm-system-and-sustainability-coordinator/

Send a Cow is committed to equality, diversity, and inclusion. We are an organisation that is working towards a world where people with disabilities have the same opportunities to fulfil their life ambitions as non-disabled people.

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