Project Manager Mokha - YEMEN
The Project manager has overall responsibility to ensure the quality and timely implementation of HI’s comprehensive rehabilitation, inclusion, and mine action activities along the West Coast.
The PM should have demonstrated experience in managing donor budgets from various donors ensuring compliance and sound financial management. The project manager will also be responsible for ensuring regular internal and external reporting is submitted according to HI and donor guidelines. The project manager may be requested to support the assessment of new health facilities or operational areas in close coordination with the technical unit and field coordinator. Approvals for programme implementation have just been received quite recently, so the Project Manager will be responsible for the start-up of some programme activities.
1: Project implementation and development
- Ensuring quality implementation of HI’s projects (comprehensive rehabilitation, risk education, inclusion) in the West Coast linked to HI’s accountability framework
- Working closely with relevant technical coordinators to ensure implementation of projects is in line with HI’s quality standards
- Close coordination with the MEAL department to ensure regular indicator tracking and alignment with the MEAL framework
- Supporting project design whether in the support of collecting data to inform activites or proposal writing
- Contribute to the overall implementation, revision and or development of the operational strategy
2: Budget management
- Sound financial management of project related budget in accordance with internal and external compliance and procedures
- As requested, support budget development for new projects
- Regular reporting and updating of HI tools including those used for monitoring and evaluation as well internal reporting tools and donor reports.
- Providing accurate and timely reporting to enable support services to provide adequate support to the project teams (eg. Procurement plan, financial forecast)
- Upon request from Grants Manager and/or Field Coordinator, contribute to internal and external reporting tasks.
4: Team management
- Direct management of 3 project staff to ensure project activites are carried in a timely manner and with quality
- Supporting staff who have line management responsibilities to implement HR policies including performance appraisal and management (eg. Workplans)
- Supporting teams to manage workloads and to highlight to coordination should additional resources be required
- Capacity building of staff
5: External representation
- Represent HI at various coordination meetings as required
- Build and maintain partnerships with humanitarian partners, local parters, and relevant stakeholders that will support external referrals
- Be a key focal point especially with health facilities and maintain positive working relationships to support continuation of project implementation including development of MoUs and other relevant agreements
Qualifications & Experience
- You hold a degree in a field related to the job (humanitarian, Sciences Po, etc.)
- You have at least 3 years of professional experience in project management in challenging humanitarian contexts
- You have proven managerial experience
- You foster teamwork, empower and developing others
- You have excellent communication skills (oral and written)
- You are result-oriented, with analytical thinking
- You are adaptable, flexible and able to work under high pressure
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Since the escalation of conflict in Yemen almost four years ago, the humanitarian needs have increased drastically, with an estimated 24 million people or 80% of the population in need of some form of humanitarian assistance in 2019.1 This figure represents an increase of 2 million people or 10% in just 12 months contributed to by an almost total collapse of Yemen’s economy, conflict across the country, violations of international law, as well as increased destruction of civilian infrastructure, notably schools and hospitals, and denial of access to basic services which in turns contribute to deaths by preventable diseases and significant increases in the number of displaced families and in gender-based violence.
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