Programme Coordinator Emergency Assistance
Key Responsibilities: The Programme Coordinator will be responsible for leading the Emergency Assistance (EA) Programme Team under the supervision of the EA Programme Manager- including coordinating reporting and proposal development processes and key programmatic activities, including monitoring and evaluation processes.
Donor Engagement and Proposal Development
Support the PM updating donor outreach materials;
Work closely with HQ counterpart in managing key deadlines and donor policy / strategy documents in line with the EA team fundraising strategy;
Work with the PM to coordinate the development of high-quality proposals- including writing and cross-checking inputs from various departments;
Host annual partner planning sessions in the field (to support partner planning for the next year) in line with the needs of DCA and partners;
Monitoring and Evaluation
Maintain a database of annual project outputs;
Coordinate the quarterly update of the Programme Monitoring Framework amongst all departments;
Update and (when necessary) create data collection tools and TORs;
In partnership with the Programme Officer, lead capacity building exercises for local partners in data collection (bi-annual) and supervise data collection events in the field;
Grants Management Systems
Monthly update and circulation of grants management tool;
In line with project and global DCA indicators, develop and circulate easy-to-use, quarterly reporting templates to local partners (inclusive of all ongoing grants);
Collecting and facilitating feedback and Lessons Learnt sessions with local partners;
Work on building the programmatic (reporting & M&E) capacities of the PO and local partners;
Coordinate information sharing between departments (finance / logistics / programme);
Support cross-fertilization efforts between DCA teams (both within and outside of South Sudan);
Act as “Officer in Charge” when requested;
At least 3 years of experience in grants or programme management or humanitarian M&E;
Experience working with USAID, DANIDA, ECHO an advantage;
Experience in cash transfer programming an advantage;
Proven background in drafting successful humanitarian / CT proposals;
Master’s degree in relevant field;
Self-motivated with an eye for detail;
Good at time management and realistic planning;
Flexible, diplomatic, and patient;
Interested in expanding your professional capacities and those of partners; We offer a one year contract terms are according to Handbook for DCA expatriate personnel, non-family postings. 12,17% pension contribution and 2.5 leave days per month, R&R package.
For more information about the position please contact Whitney Mills firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply please upload your CV and motived letter no later than 4 April 2019 using the following link: https://www.danchurchaid.org/join-us/jobs/international-vacancies/progra... interviews will take place 9 April 2019. Only applications consisting as a minimum of a motivation letter and a CV will be considered and only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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Qualified and interested candidates irrespective of age, gender, race, religion or ethnic affiliation are encouraged to apply for the vacancy.