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Project Manager - Spirtual Nurture for Filipino Children

Job Description

Project Manager

(Spiritual Nurture for Filipino Children (SNFC) Project)


To provide leadership in the management, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the EL1 Project. Ensure that all project initiatives have a credible impact on the spirituality of children that will lead them to a strong Christian discipleship. See to it that project activities are aimed at nurturing the spiritually of children, their families and their communities in all covered areas and contribute to their flourishing as God’s children. Ensure that project interventions will ultimately contribute to a sustainable transformational development in their respective communities.


    1. Oversee the implementation of programs and initiatives that will ensure the spiritual nurture of children in covered areas.

2. Implement, monitor and evaluate the project throughout its project life.

3. Provide technical expertise on the integration of Spiritual nurture of children in programs.

4. Demonstrate Christ-centered lifestyle that inspires passion and set high standard of personal integrity/maturity.


  • Ensures that the project is managed properly to usher larger impact on the spiritual nurture of children in covered areas.

  • Identifies partners that will journey with WV in implementing the project.

  • Develops strong partnerships with community partners, schools, religious leaders and other stakeholders.

  • Initiates creative and relevant initiatives that will contribute to the success of the project.

  • Monitors El1 Project and provides analysis on operational management of the project.

  • Ensures the smooth implementation of the project.

  • Ensures that Christ-centered Commitment is a foundational mandate of every aspect of the project.


The following competency may be acquired through a combination of personal commitment, formal schooling, education, prior experience:

  1. EDUCATION: A graduate of Bachelor’s Degree and or Diploma Course in Theology or Christian Education and/or equivalent experience in handling organized Christian Education programs.

  2. EXPERIENCE: At least 3 years’ experience in leading and managing direct reports and in handling projects or Christian education programs.

  3. EXPERTISE: Strength in Christian education, Spiritual nurture and networking, business and project management, strategic planning and deep understanding of transformational development ministry. Strength in communicating effectively with others in both oral and written form is highly required/imperative.