Deadline: 31 March, 2022

Location: Maadi, Egypt

Plan International is seeking applications from eligible applicants for the post of Young Health Programme Officer.

Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls.

Responsibilities

  • Follow up with the partner NGOs and CDAs activities and plans
  • Conduct regular field visits to ensure the quality of implementation of activities in addition to handling any challenges in field
  • Provide daily report for the field visits with main observations and recommendations
  • Track the expenditure of the budget
  • Develop success stories and case studies for the project activities
  • Review with the project coordinator the implementation and status of the planned activities regularly
  • Communicate with NGOs and community-based stakeholders
  • Ensure that programme staff are properly inducted on and understand their role in upholding Plan International’s safeguarding and GEI policies
  • Ensure that Plan International’s global policies for safeguarding children and young people are fully embedded in project design, during implementation and as principles applied in day-to-day work of programme team
  • Ensure that Plan International Ethiopia contributes to the organisation’s global efforts to ensure safeguarding and GEI, including making sure that relevant reporting and data are submitted

Requirements

  • University degree in a related field
  • Two years, minimum, of field experience
  • Ability to handle heavy workloads and tasks, and meet deadlines
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Good English language writing and speaking skills
  • Ability to identify diverse, relevant external actors to work with and understand the purpose and implications of working with them
  • Ability to develop stakeholder capacities
  • Demonstrated skills in analysis and problem-solving
  • Documentation and report-writing skills
  • Excellent Microsoft Office skills

To apply and for more information, click here.

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