Organization: Action Africa Help – International
Country: South Sudan
Closing date: 09 Nov 2016
Work Location: Juba, South Sudan
About Action Africa Help International
AAH-I, an international non-profit making agency that implements humanitarian relief, recovery and development projects in Africa, seeks to qualified candidate for the position of Project Manager for its program in South Sudan.
Under the overall leadership of the Country Director, the Project Manager will be responsible for providing strategic leadership and management in all financial; staffing and project implementation matters relating to the project in close dialogue with UNHCR and UNICEF. S/he will providing professional advice to partners and cooperate with important stakeholders to ensure integration with all stakeholders. The role is also responsible for ensuring timely implementation and reporting of project activities to all the relevant stakeholder.
The full Job Description is available on the AAH-I website. (www.actionafricahelp.org)
- University degree or equivalent in an area that is related to the project objectives with focus on a relevant
- Professional working experience of 5-7 years, 5 years of which must be in a comparable role.
- Previous work experience in UNCHR financed project will be an added advantage
- Excellent accounting software user and administration skills
- Ability to lead a highly effective and coach others.
How to apply:
Interested candidates should email application letters and CVs (with 3 referees) addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org to be received by 9th November 2016. The email Subject Line must show the job title of the position applied for. AAH-I is an equal-opportunity employer. Only shortlisted candidates will be conducted. South Sudanese Nationals are specifically encouraged to apply.**
Country: South Sudan
Closing date: 04 Nov 2016
Location: Juba, South Sudan
Title: Emergency response inclusion project manager – ERPM South Sudan
Duration: Five months
To implement and monitor a coherent, inclusive and qualitative emergency response
To collect information about situation of persons with disabilities and use evidence for advocacy towards disability inclusion in the humanitarian aid
To provide technical support to mainstream humanitarian actors on disability inclusion
To support the development of recovery project based on appropriate context analysis, partners identification and vetting, CBM and potential partners strengths and gaps existing to address the needs of affected population
CBM Emergency Response Unit – ERU Program Manager
To implement and monitor a coherent, inclusive and quality emergency response in Juba ensuring compliance to humanitarian standards, disability inclusion
Develop and ensure proper project monitoring system following ERU format and requirements
To develop quality narrative and financial reports and communication materials in timely manner
In close cooperation with CBM Juba team, facilitate the referrals of identified patients with eye health care needs to hospitals in Uganda.
To participate in coordination meetings (cluster meeting) and support mainstream humanitarian actors to include disability in mainstream services being provided to affected population
Facilitate disability experts visit to Juba and ensure proper preparation for the training sessions and follow ups with mainstream humanitarian actors on disability inclusion in humanitarian action
Ensure administrative tasks related to call up of funds, acknowledgement of receipt of funds, procurement of materials, utilisation of expenses and compliance with accountability principles are successfully achieved In close collaboration with CBM Juba team, develop a recovery phase operational strategy in order to address the mid term needs of affected population based on accurate and in depth analysis of the context including unmet needs and new or existing partners capacity to address them effective.
Professional and Personal Profile:
Bachelor’s Degree in social sciences, humanitarian or development studies or any other relevant area
Strong knowledge and understanding of project cycle management
Knowledge of humanitarian system and work
Knowledge on disabilities or other at risk groups and experience on mainstreaming issues (Gender, age, disability)
Good networking and communication skills
English fluency, both written and verbal, is a requirement
Good analytic skills
Good project proposal development skills for institutional donors
Good partnership management skills
Good team player
Strategic and analytic thinking
Able to work independently
Experience in emergency response management or coordination with at least four years’ experience in project management
Experience in project budgeting and planning (minimum four years)
Illustrated project experience on mainstreaming issues such as disability, gender and/or age
Experience in advocacy
Previous experience of working in conflict affected/crisis situations
How to apply:
The future job holder will adhere to CBM’s values and commits to CBM’s Child Safeguarding Policy.
CBM encourages persons with disabilities to apply for this position.
Candidates with the required profile and proven experience, who meet these qualifications, are invited to submit in English via e-mail, a meaningful cover letter, CV and salary expectations to: email@example.com
NATIONALS ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY
Application deadline: 4th November 2016
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.