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Programme Manager


Fully remote; preferably in Liverpool/North West England. International candidates working as independent consultants will also be considered.


Part time, flexible working arrangements (32 hours)


£39,000 - £44,000 per annum (pro rata) as UK employee. For international consultants: please note that consultancy rates will be negotiable, depending on your country of residence

Reports to

Worldwide Radiology Director


About Worldwide Radiology (WWR)

We are medical experts applying our skills and knowledge to make a difference in the world. We bring together the global community of medical imaging professionals to make the case for diagnostic imaging.


Since 2017, Worldwide Radiology has been steadily growing from a small group of founding UK radiologists with experience of working in limited resource settings to an international team of around 50 long-term volunteers from a range of different imaging and clinical backgrounds.


We support the development of appropriate, high quality imaging services in low and middle income countries; from central teaching hospitals to remote district clinics. We work together with our partners to build the necessary skills and capacity to improve patient care and we aim to increase opportunities for imaging research focused on local or national healthcare priorities.

At Worldwide Radiology, we operate as a tight-knit team committed to flexibility, collaboration, and work-life balance. As a small charity, we value adaptability and a collective approach, often requiring individuals to contribute beyond their defined roles. We believe in a culture of mutual support, where everyone pitches in where needed, picking up various tasks as we go.


The Programme Manager role will be crucial to the success and development of the charity. You will be responsible for the management and delivery of 3+ Worldwide Radiology projects, operating across Malawi, Ghana and The Gambia.

The Programme Manager will be responsible for quickly grasping the needs of three ongoing projects, steering them toward desired impact, ensuring compliance with donor requirements, and managing risks effectively to bring these projects into shape.

The successful candidate will be responsible for working with key stakeholders, including our volunteers, partners and donors to build and nurture strong working relationships. 

They will contribute to seeking out further grant opportunities within the sector, working closely with the rest of the programmes team and the fundraising team.

The key responsibilities of this post are as follows:

(a) oversee the smooth running of our projects; 

(b) provide strong, holistic solutions, focused on operational leadership; and 

(c) support the overall growth and development of the organisation.

Role-Specific Responsibilities

  1. Provide overall day-to-day management for WWR projects and WWR volunteers, reporting directly to the WWR Director.

  2. Oversee the development and operational execution of detailed work-plans and budgets for WWR programme

  3. Track all milestones and reporting schedules, taking timely action to ensure they are met.

  4. Develop and deliver project MEAL activities in collaboration with our external MEAL consultant.

  5. Produce (gather, collate and edit)  high quality, timely project progress, annual and donor-specific reports.

  6. Oversee the management of partnership agreements and contracts in accordance with the donor specific requirements.

  7. Support the identification and securing of new grant opportunities in collaboration with the programmes and fundraising teams.

  8. Communicate administrative and technical information to WWR project partners in a timely, sensitive and effective manner.

  9. Assist team members, volunteers, partners and members of the public with queries, demonstrating tact and understanding when dealing with complex and serious issues, deliver a consistently high and appropriate level of service and support to individuals contacting WWR.

  10. Assist with recruitment, onboarding, induction and management of both UK and international WWR volunteers.

Qualifications and Experience


  • Educated to degree level or equivalent work experience.

  • Experience in grant or contract management in a humanitarian or development environment.

  • Demonstrable experience of adhering to principles, methods, techniques and tools for the effective management and administration of programmes and project lifecycles.

  • Demonstrable experience of applying monitoring systems and managing budgets.

  • Experience of communicating with a wide range of stakeholders.


  • Experience working in the nonprofit sector.

  • An understanding of global health.

  • Experience of working across international partnerships.

  • Experience in developing and maintaining effective relationships with international funders, analyse their funding requirements, and work with consortium partners.

  • Experience of managing a range of programmes at a middle/senior management level.

  • Experience in developing and maintaining relations with institutional donors, analysing their funding requirements, and working with consortium partners.

Person Specifications

  • Committed to the values of Worldwide Radiology.

  • Passionate and committed to equality and diversity.

  • Self-motivated with a flexible, collaborative & positive work ethic. 

  • Demonstrable commitments to high professional and quality standards.

  • Appreciation for a lean, straightforward, and structured approach to work, avoiding unnecessary complexity.

  • Good attention to detail with excellent time management skills.

  • Solution focused attitude, proportionate to the challenge and organisational needs and a drive to support others to emulate the same.

  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, relationship building, presentation and analytical skills.

  • Ability to take the initiative and work independently while keeping relevant team members fully informed.

Other Requirements

  • Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK (please note this does not apply to internationally-based independent consultants)

  • Able to travel within the UK and internationally

  • Flexible approach to working hours to meet the needs of the service

How to Apply

Applicants interested in this role should send the following attachments by email:


  • Their CV (max 2  pages)

  • Letter of motivation (max 2 pages)

  • The names, contact numbers and addresses of 2 referees (please state if you are not happy for them to be contacted at this stage)


Please send your application to by 5pm, 26th April. Interviews will be held remotely w/c 6th May via Zoom.


Please note that the position will commence no earlier than Monday, 1st July 2024.


We actively welcome applications from individuals from ethnic minorities, disabled persons, and other marginalised groups. We believe in the strength that diverse perspectives bring and are dedicated to fostering an inclusive environment where everyone feels valued and empowered to succeed.

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