Project Coordinator, FTC up to 12 months

United Kingdom - London (Global Support Office)

This vacancy is now closed


About Us:

At MSI Reproductive Choices Reproductive Choices we are unapologetically pro-choice. We believe that every woman has the right to make choices about her own body and her own future. As one of the world’s leading providers of contraception and safe abortion care, we give women the means to do so. Across 37 countries, we provide high quality, safe services, and work with advocacy to create an enabling environment, so every client has safe access to services when and where they are needed. Because when a woman can determine her own future, she can contribute to creating a better, more sustainable future for everyone.

MSI Reproductive Choices is committed to creating an inclusive environment with a workforce which is representative of the communities we serve. We’re proud to be an equal opportunities employer and give equal consideration to all qualified applicants without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or age. We are committed to promoting equality and safeguarding the welfare of all team members and clients, with a focus on vulnerable groups. 

The role

Project Coordinator

About you

We want individuals who support our mission of eliminating unsafe abortion by 2030 and who work with us to build an enabling environment to increase access to safe services everywhere. We expect all team members to share our vision and commitment to achieving our mission whilst promoting equality and safeguarding the welfare of all clients and colleagues.

To succeed in this role, you must have:


  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills (French and English) and ability to organise and present information in a compelling way
  • Ability to design, implement and monitor effective project management
  • Understanding of, and ability to write and edit donor proposals and reports
  • Understand, analyse and interpret data for reporting and decision making
  • Knowledge of government donor regulations, policies and procedures
  • Knowledge of budget tracking and monitoring
  • Good written and spoken French


Key Experience:

  • Proven experience working on projects using industry standard methodologies across lifecycles.
  • Experience in writing and editing documents for various audiences, including non-technical ones
  • Excellent people skills, with experience working cross-culturally and providing remote support
  • Experience with successful change management initiatives, processes, methodologies
  • Ability to take initiative and work on your own
  • Demonstrable experience in using evidence to drive performance


Formal Education/qualifications:

  • Prince 2 Foundation (preferred)
  • Educated to degree level, or equivalent experience
  • Full professional proficiency in English (essential), working knowledge of French (desirable)


Personal Attributes:

  • Committed to the protection of team members and clients, with a focus on vulnerable groups
  • Able to role-model inclusive and culturally sensitive attitudes and behaviours.
  • Resilient, flexible, positive attitude and who thrives in fast-paced, dynamic environments
  • Strong team player
  • Proactive and practical approach to work, with a ‘can do’ attitude
  • Flexible and adaptable, able to thrive in difficult/complex environments
  • Ability to work in a diverse and inclusive environment, respecting and collaborating with all individuals equally, and with a commitment to overcome bias and prejudice.
  • Driven by doing work that directly impacts those most in need
  • Actively seeks out feedback on their performance (both results and behaviours) with a view to continuously learn and develop


For more information about the role, please view the job description and person specification on our website.

Location: London Support Office

Full-time: 35 hours

Contract type: Fixed Term Contract up to 12 months

Salary: £27,000

Closing date: 13th May 2021 (midnight GMT). Interviews may take place before this date for exceptional candidates.

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