Ended Shelter/CCCM Project Manager (Re-Advertised)
Duties and responsibilities
All Project Cycle Management aspects of the CCCM/shelter grants within the Hodieda area.
- Contribute to the proposal development and final report submissions.
- Coordinate and manage Shelter/CCCM 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.
- Ensure that CCCM/shelter projects are fully compliant in the areas of technical works, financial monitoring and beneficiary selection.
- Ensure CCCM/shelter projects are implemented with an evidence-based approach ensuring that post project evaluations and analysis are carried out.
- Working with ICLA colleagues on joint-programming surrounding HLP notably proof of ownership.
- Working with the camp management to promote safe CCCM/shelter techniques and provide support in shelter repairs, upgrades or replacement.
- Provide technical support to Education colleagues in preparation of technical guidelines and BOQs for repair/maintenance of schools.
- Working with WASH colleagues in supporting the housing rehabilitation beneficiaries with complementary WASH programming.
- Scaling-up to intervene in emergencies such as new areas of intervention, influx, extreme weather, etc.
- Ensuring all output/outcome data and beneficiary data is recorded and maintained in the CCCM/shelter databases.
- Facilitate establishment of out-of-camp committees whose members are representative of the population, with a specific technical or cross-cutting sector focus and cutting across agencies: Protection, shelter, WASH, etc. and ensuring that representation takes into account Persons with Special Needs – Elderly, Youth, Living with Disabilities, etc.
- Facilitate and coordinate formal meetings and dialogue sessions with community representatives.
- Develop the capacity of leaders, committee members and interest groups through training, Focused Group Discussions, peers’ sessions and dialogue sessions.
- Promote and facilitate community development and enjoyment Cultural Activities.
- Facilitate peace and reconciliation initiatives among community leaders.
- Facilitate community celebration and enjoyment of global events and public events.
The remaining of the responsibilities can be seen in the attached file.
- University Degree in civil engineering architecture, urban planning.
- Minimum 5 years’ experience from working in a humanitarian/recovery context.
- Previous experience from working in complex and volatile contexts.
- Experience in coordination with government authorities, clusters, national NGOs, international NGOs and UN.
- Results-oriented attitude, with the ability to establish and supervise technical lines, promote communication, knowledge sharing and culture of learning, manage multiple work streams while ensuring quality.
- Ability to rapidly understand the policy, strategic and institutional environment.
- Understanding and experience of project monitoring, evaluation and reporting, with the ability to design effective M&E tools.
- Commitment to participatory and inclusive methods of working.
- Fluency in English, both written and oral.
- Excellent communication skills and ability to deliver lively training in English/Arabic.
- Sound interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, with in particular the ability to write concise, accurate reports in easily-understood language.
- Political and cultural awareness.
We can offer
- Till 30/June/2021 (Renewable based on funding/ Performance).
- Internal candidates strongly encouraged to apply .
- Females candidates strongly encouraged to apply .
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