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Project Manager – Community Based Protection Gender , Youth & Inclusion

Closing: Jan 31, 2023

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Published: Jan 25, 2023 (12 days ago)

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The position is responsible for the overall management of Community Based Protection Project. He/she will supervise all Community Based Protection, Project Officers and provide capacity support to project teams to ensure quality project delivery to Persons with Specific Needs(PSN). The staff will work and coordinate closely with protection partners across all the Dadaab camps to ensure good synergies are created as well as a smooth implementation. S/he will be responsible for ensuring proper documentation, developing action plans, and submitting reports on project activities monthly.

YOUR PROFILE :

Educational background and experience

  • At least a Bachelor degree in the following Field(s) of Education, Community Development; Gender Studies; Social Work; Human Rights; Cultural Studies; Social Science; Anthropology;
  • 4 years relevant working experience
  • Knowledge of functional rehabilitation and MHPSS is an added advantage
  • Must Have prior knowledge of working with minority groups of people.

Knowledge and Skills required

  • Management Skills

  • Being capable of helping team members to progress: developing his/her staff‘s ability to work autonomously.

  • Knowing how to position oneself so things can move forward.

  • Project Management” Professional Path Skills

  • Assessment

  • Intervention strategy

  • Emergency Preparedness and Response Skills

  • Other Professional Skills

    MEAL/IM

  • Log/Supply

  • Planning (supply)

  • Finance

  • Cash management

  • Financial/budget management

  • Donor financial management

  • Institutional Fundings

  • Proposal and narrative report writing

  • Security

  • Personal security management

  • Security context analysis

  • Advocacy

  • Networking & promotion of HI advocacy messages to external stakeholders

  • Global Programme Management

  • Cross -Sector Skills

  • Frameworks and references

  • Office and collaborative tools

  • Stress management


How to apply


If you feel you are the right candidate for this position, kindly send your application along with an up-to-date CV by email to the email provided. The email subject line should be marked: “Application for Project Manager – Community Based Protection, Gender, Youth & Inclusion - Dadaab ”. Please do not send your academic and other testimonials they will be requested at a later stage.


Responsibilities
The position is responsible for the overall management of Community Based Protection Project. He/she will supervise all Community Based Protection, Project Officers and provide capacity support to project teams to ensure quality project delivery to Persons with Specific Needs(PSN). The staff will work and coordinate closely with protection partners across all the Dadaab camps to ensure good synergies are created as well as a smooth implementation. S/he will be responsible for ensuring proper documentation, developing action plans, and submitting reports on project activities monthly.

YOUR PROFILE :

Educational background and experience

  • At least a Bachelor degree in the following Field(s) of Education, Community Development; Gender Studies; Social Work; Human Rights; Cultural Studies; Social Science; Anthropology;
  • 4 years relevant working experience
  • Knowledge of functional rehabilitation and MHPSS is an added advantage
  • Must Have prior knowledge of working with minority groups of people.

Knowledge and Skills required

  • Management Skills

  • Being capable of helping team members to progress: developing his/her staff‘s ability to work autonomously.

  • Knowing how to position oneself so things can move forward.

  • Project Management” Professional Path Skills

  • Assessment

  • Intervention strategy

  • Emergency Preparedness and Response Skills

  • Other Professional Skills

    MEAL/IM

  • Log/Supply

  • Planning (supply)

  • Finance

  • Cash management

  • Financial/budget management

  • Donor financial management

  • Institutional Fundings

  • Proposal and narrative report writing

  • Security

  • Personal security management

  • Security context analysis

  • Advocacy

  • Networking & promotion of HI advocacy messages to external stakeholders

  • Global Programme Management

  • Cross -Sector Skills

  • Frameworks and references

  • Office and collaborative tools

  • Stress management


How to apply


If you feel you are the right candidate for this position, kindly send your application along with an up-to-date CV by email to the email provided. The email subject line should be marked: “Application for Project Manager – Community Based Protection, Gender, Youth & Inclusion - Dadaab ”. Please do not send your academic and other testimonials they will be requested at a later stage.


Mission 1: Management

  • Manager as a role model: embody HI's values on a daily basis, and be a role model.
  • Manager as a coach for meaning: understand the strategy, make it explicit, translate it into operational objectives for his or her team, and lead the necessary changes. Give meaning to each management action. Encourage inter and intra departmental exchanges of practice. Encourage innovation and risk-taking.

Mission 2: Strategy and Steering Contribute to the Development of the Programme’s Operational

Strategy

  • Contribute to programme or country operational strategy (StratOp).
  • Draft new project proposals for the continuity or expansion of the project.
  • Contribute to the drafting of new proposals for new opportunities, if necessary.

Mission 3: Operational Implementation

Responsibility 1: Ensure the implementation of the project, in line with the logical framework and allocated budget

  • Steer the project’s intervention strategy and put forward adjustments if the objectives change or if it is likely that they will not be met.
  • Ensure that activities and the associated resources are planned, and implement the action plan.
  • Ensure that activities are implemented in line with the project proposal and the allocated budget.
  • Ensure project reporting, internally (within the programme) and externally (reporting to funding bodies, authorities and/or partners).

Responsibility 2: Ensure that project implementation complies with the existing frameworks

  • Ensure the proper implementation and follow-up of institutional policies (specifically PME, PSEAH and Age-Gender Disability policies) and the other HI internal standards.
  • Ensure compliance with the terms of the project proposal and the rules applied by the project funding body/bodies.

Responsibility 3: Ensure project monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning

  • Ensure project monitoring, specifically activity progress indicators and the expected outcomes.
  • Develop and implement the project evaluation plan.
  • Ensure project learning, taking into account lessons learned from similar previous projects, following the recommendations made throughout the project (from evaluations, support missions, audits, etc.), and capitalizing on the acquired knowledge.

Responsibility 4: Ensure project data management

  • Ensure that the appropriate data collection and management tools are in place on the project, in line with global standards.
  • Ensure that data related to the project is collected and compiled in the project database.
  • Carry out regular checks and makes any necessary corrections to the activity database.

Responsibility 5: Coordinate the teams involved in the project

  • Facilitate coordination meetings between his/her direct team and the support services located in the area when necessary.
  • Ensure that his/her team and the support teams (shared and technical services, in particular) work well together in order to facilitate the implementation of the project in the country.
  • Facilitate the project steering committee.

Responsibility 6: Contribute to external project communication

  • Contribute to HI’s external influence by taking part in networks, when required.
  • Communicate about the project to partners, authorities and stakeholders when relevant.

Mission 4: Emergency Preparedness and Response


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