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The Sight and Life Foundation is a nutrition think tank committed to our mission of innovating in nutrition towards eradicating malnutrition in women of childbearing age and their children, and thus improve the lives of the world’s most vulnerable populations. We currently have two positions available at the Sight and Life Foundation - based in Kaiseraugst, Switzerland - one is programmatic and the other administrative

MIYCN Nutrition Program Manager

The Sight and Life Foundation are looking for someone with 3-5 years working experience in successful research or implementation of nutrition programs in low and middle income countries, to manage a portfolio of global maternal, infant and young child nutrition partnerships and programs. The position, suited for someone with a master’s degree in nutrition or public health, will require that you work collaboratively with institutional partners to design, oversee, operationalize, and manage several joint projects simultaneously.

The position is based in Switzerland, but will involve about 30% travel. The Nutrition Program Manager will report to the Senior Nutrition Manager, Dr Eva Monterrosa. So if you have a curiosity for science, creativity in thinking and solutions; have a pro-active and hands on mentality and; consider yourself a team player, flexible, diplomatic, persuasive and able to handle high pressure: then to read more about this position » click here 

Global Coordinator

This position provides the Sight and Life Foundation team, situated in Switzerland, India, United Kingdom and South Africa, with project planning and coordination support. It requires operational (including budget and cost planning, expenditure tracking, routine correspondence and travel management) and coordinating liaison between Sight and Life and its internal and external stakeholders (including database management), and coordinating projects, assisting with dissemination and communication activities.

The ideal candidate must have a bachelor or master degree in business administration, international studies and communication. The post is based in Kaiseraugst, Switzerland. The Global Coordinator will report to the Director, Dr Klaus Kraemer. So if you have experience in administration, project and risk management and are highly organized, flexible and can work independently with minimum supervision, then » click here for more about this position.