Deadline: 06 August, 2022

LocationAddis Ababa, Ethiopia

Plan International is seeking applications from eligible applicants for the post of Project Manager.

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

Responsibilities

  • Lead the concept note/proposal development and ensure that all proposals have clear goal, objectives and indicators illustrated by a clear log frame
  • Closely work with MEAL coordinator on developing the monitoring tool for the project
  • Support the implementation of project in coordination with the Oromia PA team at country office
  • Provide guidance on Plan International’s corporate system
  • Provide technical support to MEAL coordinator on ToR preparation
  • Ensure that the project implementation in two locations is maintained
  • Ensure consultation and engagement of partners in all phases of the project is undertaken
  • Ensure equal and fair opportunities and representation of both sexes and persons with disabilities in the programme
  • Provide adequate technical support to DANIDA project
  • Engage in capacity building of project staff members in coordination with partner and thematic sector leads at country office
  • Ensure joint review meetings have been conducted in the presence of partners and the organisation’s team on regular bases
  • Support the MEAL coordinator to produce quality project reports and ensure deadlines are met for this
  • Arrange/facilitate regular project review meetings among partner and the organisation’s programme staff members
  • Participate in coordination meetings organised by UNHCR or local government
  • Support donor report writing and special outcome reports
  • Ensure logic and coherence between financial and narrative reports, and identify any changes to the description, timeframe of implementation and/or budget expenditures

Requirements

  • Degree in Sociology, Social Work, Development Studies or a related discipline
  • Five years, minimum, of work experience
  • Four years, minimum, of experience in project management in an NGO
  • Knowledge of evidence-based, best practices programming and standards for emergency responses
  • Sound understanding of integrated development issues and critical analysis of child poverty
  • Experience in both development and humanitarian contexts
  • Fluency in English language
  • In addition to Amharic, knowledge of local languages will be a plus

To apply and for more information, click here.

Photo source: Plan International South Sudan

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