Field Manager | PAK-NGOs
Background & Description

SPARC works on a broad range of child rights issues, addressing the overall system and policy framework. We are looking for dynamic, experienced and highly motivated individual to join our cadre of professionals.

Requirements and Skills
  • Adequate knowledge of existing legislation on tobacco and well versed with international conventions The incumbent develops and maintains working relationships with governmental and non-governmental organizations at the local level so as to find ways of linking, integrating and strengthening tobacco related polices ;
  • Responsible to designing and implementing public awareness campaign to boost anti-tobacco consumption efforts.
  • To solicit community cultural knowledge and input to promote smoke free surroundings
  • Analytical report writing skills and documentation of case studies.
  • Willing to travel and should be based in Karachi.


  • Excellent communication skills;
  • A practical approach to work
  • Sharp analytical, problem solving skills;
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment;
  • Ability to meet deadlines with precision;
  • Ability to work on Microsoft Office applications;
  • Ability to work under pressure and against tight deadlines.

Candidate should possess Master/Bachelor degree in Journalism/Mass communications/ Social Sciences or related field

How to Apply

If your credentials match the criteria, send your resume along with a cover letter to Please mention the position you are applying for in the subject line. Only shortlisted candidate will be called for interview, no TADA will be provided.

About Organization

SPARC was founded in 1992, registered in December 1992 as a society under the Societies Registration Act 1860, by Supreme Court Advocate Anees Jillani. The idea for creating Pakistan’s leading child rights organization came to fruition following a discussion between Anees Jillani and the then UNICEF Officer in Islamabad, and an International Baby Food Action Network (IBFAN) Training Course on Implementing the International Code of Marketing of Breast milk Substitutes in Penang, Malaysia.

For about three years, Anees Jillani supported all SPARC activities on his own. Later, UNICEF approached SPARC with its first funding wherein the Annual Project Plan of Action was signed. SPARC started to take out a quarterly newsletter in English which was later also published in Urdu and Sindhi. UNICEF and the Royal Netherlands Embassy initially supported the newsletter.

Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) was the first to support SPARC institutionally and SPARC set up offices in Islamabad. A hallmark publication of SPARC, The State of Pakistan’s Children, was born; supported by Norwegian Agency for Development (NORAD). SDC brought SPARC into the national sphere with offices opened n Peshawar and Lahore.

SPARC’s work is guided by international human rights principles and standards which are integrated at policy and program level. The main guiding documents include the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) and relevant ILO Conventions.

SPARC has consultative status with the United Nations ECOSOC (Economic and Social Council) and the United Nations Department of Public Information and is also partnered with Defense for Children International (DCI).