International Programmes Coordinator

Wellington based with international travel
Development projects in the Pacific


Family Planning is New Zealand’s leading sexual and reproductive health service provider. We believe everyone should have access to quality services and information so they can make informed choices about their sexual and reproductive health. Our mission is to be Aotearoa’s leading provider and courageous advocate for sexual and reproductive wellbeing and rights.

Our international programmes unit works closely with colleagues and partners in the Pacific to increase access to sexual and reproductive health information and services.  Through research, projects and advocacy we work to support people to make informed choices about their sexual and reproductive health.


We are looking for a Programmes Coordinator to manage all aspects of our international development projects aimed at advancing the sexual and reproductive well-being of people within Pacific countries.

This is an exciting position where you will have the opportunity to utilise your broad skills on some unique projects aimed at making a real difference. There will be some overseas travel involved, sometimes to remote locations and developing countries.

We are looking for candidates who can demonstrate the following:

  • Previous experience implementing international development projects.
  • Experience in donor-liaison, proposal writing and budget management.
  • An understanding of issues relating to sexual and reproductive health.
  • Strong communication and relationship skills, particularly cross-culturally. 


Family Planning has a commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi. We are an EEO employer and a registered charity.

TO APPLY: send your completed application form, CV and cover letter to 

Applications close 12.30 pm Thursday 2 March 2017



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