Program Manager, Companion Animals Postular

Publicado el 12 de Feb
The Program Manager is responsible for coordinating and leading the successful implementation of the companion animal program in Chile.

The Program manager will work closely with the Country Director for Chile in liaising with local stakeholders such as government entities, local media, academic institutions, local organizations, and community liaisons to help ensure the effectiveness and sustainability of our work in the country.

This position will manage a mobile veterinary team and work closely with the Companion Animals and Engagement (CAE) team in the implementation and impact measurement of the program. This position reports to the Chile Country Director and supervises the clinic coordinator and veterinary surgeon.


Project and Logistics Management (30%)

• Supervises a mobile veterinary team, directly managing the clinic coordinator and veterinarian surgeon, ensuring successful clinic operations.
• Ensure proper engagement and collaboration with other organizational departments including but not limited to the Monitoring Evaluation Impact Assessment (MEIA) department, CA&E team, MarComm as needed.
• Identifies areas for programmatic improvement, new opportunities, and intervention, and takes initiative to propose effective interventions.
• Undertakes tasks and activities required for the optimal functioning of the project, including ongoing visits to the field operations and others that may be reasonably requested by Country Director.
• Travel to other locations for conferences, meetings, retreats, workshops, and other events

Reporting, Communications and Research (20%)

• Prepare reports on project implementation, maintains statistics, database and confidential files, and engages in fundraising and donor communication efforts as needed.
• Submit accurate monthly reports on project activities and provide program updates when required.
• Prepare case studies and success stories from the various components of the program.
• Liaises with the HSI Monitoring, Evaluation Impact Assessment (MEIA) team to ensure data collection and ongoing monitoring and evaluation.
• Co-ordinate the study, research, and Knowledge Attitude Practices (KAP) surveys as needed with the support of the Monitoring Evaluation and Impact Assessment (MEIA) team.

Liaison and Networking (20%)

• Develops, sustains, and fosters strong relationships with community partners and government entities. staying informed of local and national issues impacting animals.
• Manages relationships and programs with local NGO partners and veterinary academic institutions.
• Represents HSI in Chile in meetings that impact the welfare of dogs and cats in Chile with Chilean organizations, universities, companies, and government entities; coordinates volunteer initiatives for students with university liaisons and the HSI veterinary team, as needed.

Education and Awareness (20%)

• Support the Humane Education program in planning and implementation.
• Create public awareness of the program by collaborating with stakeholders within communities, government, civil society, academia etc.
• Coordinates project volunteers and visitors, when needed.
• Arrange training for local partners, government officials and HSI/Chile team members, as needed.

Financial Management (10%)

• Manage the program budget including monitoring project expenses.
• Support the creation of annual program budgets.


1. College degree or comparable work experience.
2. Graduate degree in animal welfare, social work/humanities, management or equivalent work experience in social sciences, humanities, communication, or development required.
3. A minimum of four (4) years of experience in animal welfare within the non-profit sector, government sector or similar is required.
4. Management/supervisory experience is preferred.

Please send resume to:


Tipo de oferta
Las Condes, Región Metropolitana, Chile
Área de trabajo
Tipo de cargo


Medicina Veterinaria
Ingeniería Comercial
Trabajo Social
Experiencia laboral
Junior (de 2 a 5 años de experiencia)
Inglés (Avanzado)


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