• Anywhere

Responsibilities:

  • Manage the budget;
  • Develop project plans in consultation with supporting offices and the Project Coordinator;
  • Prepare and oversee the implementation of the project to ensure timely delivery of the activities, i.e. monitoring activities according to the logframe, project staff performance management, etc.;
  • Work closely with, involve and empower the local community in the implementation of project activities;
  • Coordinate activities with other local actors (both government and non-government);
  • Ensure the implementation of activities are aligned with Government standards and donor requirements;
  • Ensure the program is delivered in a holistic, integrated and coordinated manner;
  • Ensure cross cutting issues such as gender, child protection, Disaster Risk Reduction, agriculture and human rights, are integrated into the project activities and that the activities take into account needs of specific groups that are at risk and individuals;
  • Identify project needs and work with the project team to put in place a phased procurement plan;
  • Coordinate activities of the community, district, and province with Project Officers and other project partners;
  • Work with the ADRA accountant to process purchase orders and invoices in a timely manner;
  • Put in place accountability activities for the project, ensuring at risk groups are consulted, and adapt the project as needed based on feedback;
  • Ensure the minimum standards of humanitarian aid are maintained in accordance with the Sphere Charter and Red Cross Code of Conduct;
  • Actively participant and contribute in clusters and networks and ensure best practice is achieved;
  • Contribute to project communications and media as required by ADRA and donors.

Needs Assessment:

  • In coordination with external sector agencies and/or supporting offices, lead the development of a baseline survey and ensure the assessment findings are documented and reported to the donor offices;
  • Coordinate the implementation and reporting of a baseline survey through key informant interviews, observation, and facilitative discussions.

Monitoring and Evaluating:

  • Ensure project team are monitoring the registration of families in evacuation centres and communities and cross-checking distribution records are made;
  • Facilitate Post Distribution Monitoring (PDM);
  • Compile, consolidate and report to ADRA and donors on weekly data (disaggregated data of beneficiaries, type of activity performed, etc.);
  • Conduct a mid-term lessons learned review and implement changes as recommended by the review;
  • At the end of the project, conduct and document best practices and lessons learned and apply them to future projects;
  • Provide reports;
  • Develop and put in place a monitoring and evaluation plan for the project, ensuring there are linkages with reporting requirements;
  • Weekly report to the Country Director, updating on the project progress and relevant data. Additional verbal updates as required

Human Resources:

  • Develop work plans and provide guidance for project staff;
  • Build capacity of project staff in carrying out their work and identify learning and training opportunities;
  • Provide constructive feedback of staff to enhance capabilities and responsibilities of a person;
  • Mentor and act as a role model for less experienced staff;
  • Help team members to practise stress management and self-care through prioritisation of workloads and modelling appropriate self-care.

General:

  • Deliver high quality results in line with the project proposal and in a way which maintains reputation of ADRA;
  • Comply with ADRA policies, procedures and code of conduct:
  • Identify and communicate risk and threats to minimise the impact to oneself and others: Ensure safety, security, health and well-being of staff that is a priority;
  • Perform other responsibilities as agreed with the ADRA Country Director and donor office.

Required experience and skills:

  • Minimum 5 years of experience in project management with ADRA or another NGO;
  • Minimum 3 years of experience in managing a team;
  • A degree, diploma or certificate in a relevant field: engineering, construction, or WASH /Finance or a combination of any of these or another field relevant to the project;
  • Demonstrated understanding of how donor agencies work and experience in meeting donor requirements;
  • A commitment to ADRA’s mission, values and beliefs, including demonstrated integrity and loyalty;
  • Willingness to travel and work extensively in rural and remote communities;
  • Be prepared to work flexible hours as necessary, and work within tight deadlines;
  • Be a team player and work harmoniously with people of different ethnicities and backgrounds;
  • Work well under pressure;
  • Fluent in both written and verbal English.

To apply for this job email your details to recruiter@adra.ua