Livelihood and Food Security Project Manager – Ukraine national only 137 views

Duties and responsibilities
  • Line management of Project Coordinators (PCs) and other senior project staff
  • Adherence to NRC policies and donor requirements.
  • Contribute to the development of Country, Area and LFS strategies, initiate and participate in the development of relevant LFS projects.
  • Coordinate and manage LFS project implementation (activities, budget and project documentation) in line with proposals, strategies and donor requirements
  • Implement technical direction and ensure high technical quality of projects.
  • Provide regular progress reports to the Area Manager and the LFS PDM.
  • Ensure that projects target beneficiaries most in need of protection, explore and asses new and better ways to assist.
  • Develop and manage project budget (in cooperation with PDM) and coordinate across CCs.
  • Ensure capacity building of project staff and transmit key knowledge and skills.
  • Liaise and collaborate with relevant partners, local authorities and other key stakeholders.
  • Promote the rights of IDPs/returnees in line with the advocacy strategy
  • Overall management of the LFS project in the East of Ukraine
  • Ensuring donor grants are properly implemented in accordance with budget, logframe, planned activities and proposal objectives
  • Coordinate, manage and implement the LFS projects according to strategy, proposals and plans.
  • Develop annual/monthly activity and work plans; provide regular reports including suggestions for new and better ways to assist.
  • Contribute to promoting integrated programmes (with other CCs – ICLA, Shelter/NFI) through systematic planning/cooperation with other programmes.
  • Responsible for implementing technical direction as determined by the PDM, and ensuring high technical quality of projects, by identifying and implementing ways to improve programme quality and cost efficiency.
  • Representation of LFS project to external stakeholders including UN agencies, INGOs and NGOs, local authorities and other key stakeholders
Qualifications
  • Relevant university degree (economics, management, or business studies).
  • At least 3 years of experience from a senior level project implementation position, preferably in a humanitarian/recovery context and LFS programmes.
  • Experience in management of activities, staff and budgets.
  • Documented results related to the position’s responsibilities
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and reporting skills, both written and oral.
  • Knowledge about own leadership skills/profile
  • Fluency in English, both spoken and written.
  • Experience with LFS and coordination and advocacy work.
  • Willingness to work in demanding and stressful situations.
  • Fluency in Ukrainian and Russian.
  • In depth knowledge of the context in Ukraine.
Personal qualities
  • Strategic thinking
  • Managing resources to optimize results
  • Managing performance and development
  • Empowering and building trust
  • Handling insecure environments
  • Planning and delivering results
  • Working with people
We can offer
  • Contract period: 12 months with possibility of extension depending on funding
  • Salary/benefits: According to NRC country policy, medical insurance, training opportunities
  • Duty station: Severodonetsk, Luhansk oblast, Ukraine

Application procedure:

  • To apply please follow this link https://vacanciesinukraine.com/ngojobs
  • To help us track our recruitment effort, please indicate in your cover letter where you saw this posting (vacanciesinukraine.com)

Please note that we will contact only with shortlisted candidates.

The deadline for application is 23.09.2019

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