إعلان وظيفة شاغرة رقم: 1638
المسمى الوظيفي: Program Manager
اخر موعد للتقديم: 29.01.2019
Due to the urgency of the position, this announcement might be closed before the application
deadline, when we receive the qualified candidates.
Bachelor’s degree in international affairs, engineering, law, economics, or relevant field, or
equivalent combination of education and experience are required;
Excellent planning skills and capacity building skills:
At least 5 years of demonstrated management skills, preferably within international nongovernmental
At least 5 years of prior experience with NGO work; emergency food programming preferred;
Demonstrated success interfacing with donor agencies;
Prior experience in Iraq and Syria desirable;
Proficiency with Microsoft Office Word, Excel and Outlook; and
Fluency in English; fluency in Kurdish and Arabic preferred.
Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills;
Flexibility and ability to work in fluid, ambiguous and rapidly changing circumstances;
Ability to work under pressure, independently and with minimal supervision;
Ability to recognize problems and bottleneck and provide innovative solutions; and
Excellent organizational skills;
NES based position, with frequent field visits to Erbil/Dohuk and Syria‐based offices/camps.
Normal working conditions with ability to travel to remote areas frequently.
Summary: The Program Manager will ensure smooth implementation of the project to provide overall
supervision of the management of Ein Issa and Twihiniya Camps in North East Syria (NES) and
adherence to Organization’s financial, reporting, administrative, and security procedures. Other camps
may be added to this portfolio during 2019. The Program Manager will work closely with the Syria
Programs Director, Field Officers, and relevant local authorities’ officials to ensure protection, care
and maintenance and basic services are provided to the populations of both camps daily and as
required. The Program Manager will be responsible for the day‐to‐day management and smooth
running of the camps, including signing finance and other documents related to work, accountability
to the beneficiaries (asylum seekers, refugees and IDPs) and the partner agencies.
The Program Manager will work closely with the Monitoring and Evaluation team to develop weekly
and quarterly reports, tracking progress toward project deliverables, identify implementation
challenges, and recommend project adjustments based on changing needs. The Program Manager will
be responsible for coordinating communication between the program team and the Syria Programs
Director as well as the Country Director.
Essential Job Functions:
Carefully manage and monitor the camp management team on a daily basis to ensure both
camps run efficiently and effectively.
Provide onsite advice on how to make improvements to processes and procedures and how to
mitigate fraud and corruption.
Ensure cash projections are accurate and cash flow is accurately planned through to the end
of the program.
Thoroughly review and sign documents related to work, accountability to the beneficiaries
(refugees) and the partner agencies;
Direct the Camp Managers on the day‐to‐day activities in both camps.
Ensure the camp environment is safe and secure for the asylum seekers, refugees/IDPs and
the security is maintained by the security forces, through coordination with security bodies
and related stakeholders;
Develop and promote, in collaboration with other partners, refugees’ participation in camp
management by providing technical support to subcommittees and ensuring whenever
appropriate, their motivation through in kind incentives where appropriate;
Provide assigned staff with necessary support and cooperation in the discharge of their duties,
including sharing relevant information (particularly on Child protection, GVB and other related
protection problems) with them;
Conduct ad hoc meetings with sector leaders and committee members to coordinate the
activities/decisions and improve the living conditions of the camp residents;
Oversee coordination of activities with service providers in the camp, to ensure that
assistance is delivered to asylum seekers/refugees in a fair and dignified way and conduct
CCCM meetings twice a month, or as required;
Inform the relevant stakeholders about core protection issues including death, GBV, SGBV,
Child abuse, Detention, Arrest, diversion of aid, forced return and any other cases of serious
violation of refugee right that may happen in the camp and coordinates with the relevant
government entity to ensure proper procedures are followed;
Oversee coordination of responses from service providers to camp needs based on their
specializations (WASH, food, protection, education, and health);
Ensure asylum seekers/refugees’ complaints and concerns obtained through existing or
existing complaint mechanism, including complaint/suggestion boxes and community
complaint channels, through community leaders, are addressed and followed according to the
Ensures that Persons with Specific Needs (PSN) including (Unaccompanied Minors/Separate
Children (UAM/SC), People with Disability, Elderly at Risk, People with Chronically illness,
Women at Risk, Survivors of Torture and SGBV and Female Headed Household) in the camp
have easy access to services and assistance;
Close observation of Sphere standards as regarded to all provided assistance/services;
Coordinate with other Organization staff members through regular meetings/calls;
Provide oversight and support to field teams in all aspects of program implementation,
including, but not limited to, monitoring progress toward deliverables, providing necessary
reporting and documentation, and adherence to Organization policies and procedures;
Identify programmatic bottlenecks, variance, risks, and issues and formulate innovative
solutions through coordination with the appropriate field and HQ teams;
Coordinate communication between the program team and the Program Director and Country
Coordinate with other Organization staff through regular meetings;
Submit weekly, quarterly and other mandatory reports in a timely fashion;
If based outside Syria then travel to Syria 50% of the time, or as required, to provide direct
supervision and guidance to Syria‐based staff; and
Interface with USG donor representatives and represent Organization in a professional manner
before the dono
الجهة المعلنة: Confidential غير معلن
مقر العمل: North East Syria (NES)
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