A Malawi-based family planning giant and non-profit organization, Banja La Mtsogolo (BLM) is seeking to engage the services on a well qualified and experienced person who can spearhead the organization’s projects department.
This comes after the resignation of the organization’s director of projects Brendan Hayes amid crisis which resulted in the country’s tax collector Malawi Revenue Authority imposing a whooping fine of K68 million over tax evasion.
Among other duties, the new recruit will be responsible for the design, implementation, evaluation and analysis of project activities throughout the programme.
“As a member of the executive management team you will contribute to the shaping and fulfillment of BLM’s strategic direction,” reads the statement seen by Nyasa Times.
BLM has lately embroiled in a drama which forced Hayes to resign.
Hayes’ resignation came in the wake of one of most embarrassing weeks of the organization as its two expatriates were arrested by the immigration officials for illegal stay.
The organization’s embattled country director Linda Edwards also vacated her post succumbing to pressure from local employees who accused her of calling the local employees ‘dogs’.
Nyasa Times sources revealed that Hayes was also not contented with the way Edwards was steering the ship.
Established in 1987 BLM is part of Marie Stopes International Global Partnership which operates in over 40 countries providing over 5 million services worldwide annually.