Deadline: 31 August 2019
The Project Manager is responsible for leading the Phoebe Women’s Centre through coordinating staff, the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of project activities, and helping to produce reports. To work closely with stakeholders and directly with beneficiaries.
This is challenging but rewarding role, the position would suit an individual with vision and leadership ability who can bring energy, enthusiasm and initiative to the role, as well as excellent communication, organisation and people skills.
The post-holder will, carry out their responsibilities with respect for the protection of children and vulnerable adults in accordance with PHOEBE’s Safeguarding Policy; The post-holder will be expected to behave in accordance with PHOEBE’s ‘Code of Conduct’ as referred to in the Personal Conduct Policy.
Manage the implementation of project activities to achieve project goals and objectives including designing and implementing relevant indicators, monitoring and evaluation systems and frameworks; Managing quality control of women’s programming through the identification of suitable projects, assessment of project proposals, monitoring of project implementation to ensure best practice; Conduct regular visits to project implementation areas and advise and support field staff with the identification and solution of technical issues; Participate in project evaluations and assist in the analysis of results; Coach and capacity build project staff across sectors in quality project cycle management including programme design, embedding good standards, monitoring & evaluation; Identify, document and disseminate relevant project learning within the programme Administration of workshops, training and meetings that are hosted as part of the project; Assist with the design and writing of project proposals for donors (including budgets), providing high-quality project baselines, monitoring and evaluation information and professional content and presentation; Work closely with PHOEBE partners to ensure the joint interventions, activities are integrated in alignment with the project scope.
Policy And Compliance
Responsible for induction of project staff, ensuring their familiarity with, policies and programme objectives and their individual responsibilities in upholding these standards and policies; In conjunction with the administrative officer, ensure local recruitment for project implementation is consistent with recruitment policies, the legal context and local practice; In conjunction with the Finance Officer, ensure project financial management is in accordance with financial systems and policies.
Provide leadership to the project team, ensuring clarity over plans and priorities, encouraging effective team-work; Provide supervision, guidance and monitoring for project staff, ensuring clarity over project plans and priorities and encouraging effective teamwork; Ensure that PHOEBE’s purpose, values and the programme objectives are communicated amongst staff to create mutual understanding and ownership and facilitate input from staff in the strategic planning process
Ensure PHOEBE’s representation and active participation at regional, governorate and local coordination meetings and project related cluster meetings among the humanitarian actors; Build positive local working relationships with local communities, district government officials, local churches, UN and where appropriate, donor representatives; Work independently and with other agencies to build local community acceptance of PHOEBE and other humanitarian agencies; Ensures the regular collection and communication of stories to be used in PHOEBE’s internal and external communications, including press releases, website.
Degree and/or equivalent qualification/experience in relevant sector; Master’s degree in development, humanitarian practice, project cycle management or relevant discipline.
If this sounds like you or a challenge that you would like to take on, then we’d love to hear from you! To apply, please send a CV with a supporting statement outlining what you will bring to the role by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Created: August 14, 2019
Category: Ngo, Social Services, Kubatana
Expiry Date: Aug. 31, 2019