The Programme Manager (PM) will be deployed to the field as the overall humanitarian response lead for WHF humanitarian portfolio, particularly the Humanitarian Response, making sure that the overall humanitarian work is implemented in a timely and quality manner in line with WHF humanitarian standard operating procedures and mandate. The post-holder will ensure that humanitarian programs delivered are to the appropriate scale, scope, quality and accountability expected of WHF. The PM, will work closely with the Executive Director. The PM is responsible for identifying needs and resources and elaborating programmatic, operational and leadership recommendations for the emergency response in line with WHF national and global priorities. The PM will ensure the implementation of WHF emergency preparedness, plans, sectoral and multi-sectoral assessments (often with the UN and other NGOs), humanitarian program and project design and implementation in all humanitarian sectors: Health and Nutrition, Child Protection, Education in Emergencies, and Food Security and Live hoods. WASH, gender and resilience activities and programmatic considerations must be integrated throughout our programming
- Provide programmatic support for of the emergency response programming and activities.
- Ensure strict compliance of program activities with WHF national and global policies and procedures and with relevant donor regulations and agreements, SPHERE guidelines and the NGO code of conduct.
- Take overall leadership in prioritizing response sectors and funding where this is limited, in line with Global Humanitarian Strategy, ensuring maximum integration between sectors where possible.
- Coordinate closely and support the fund raising manager on response fundraising, supporting the development of high quality concept notes and proposals linked to the response strategy, and engaging effectively with donors’ humanitarian advisors.
- Provide oversight for humanitarian programming implementation to ensure timely & high quality delivery of program activities.
- Ensure quality programs and the monitoring of this through regular site visits within the response.
- As a member of a response Senior Management Team, play a leadership role in the overall management of SC emergency responses.
- With Sector Technical Specialists and Field program management staff, and in collaboration with UN agencies, the government, Clusters and other local and international NGO partners, support multi-sectoral assessments, ensuring assessment findings are documented, shared, and validated and that they include children’s needs and gender analyses.
- Ensure optimal safety and security management procedures and practices are in place for the emergency response program and continually monitor the safety and security situation, adapting staff safety and security procedures accordingly in collaboration and cooperation with the Security Manager.
- Oversee effective functioning of logistics systems to procure, store and distribute medical stock, supplies and services for the timely delivery of project.
- Collaborate with the Field Managers, and HR to ensure that all technical and operational staffing and structure needs for emergency programs are met.
Qualifications & Experience
How To Applyكيفية التقديم
- The deadline for receiving applications is Sunday October 18, 2020.
- Interested candidates are requested to submit their application to (hr@WHF.org.ye)
- Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Submit only one application per position.
The Work for Hope Foundation is a non-governmental, non-profit organization. It was established in Sana'a in January 2018. In light of a reality in which the nation has become in dire need for everyone's solidarity and unification of efforts in humanitarian work. Voluntary work is a vivid example of WHF and it puts its hands in your hands toward a hopeful Yemen. WHF Yemen is undertaking programs in Yemen in the fields of health, child protection, education, women's protection and empowerment, NFI and food distribution, cash assistance, and livelihoods programming. Our work in these challenging settings gives rise to some of the most pressing issues facing contemporary humanitarian action, including questions of access, security, funding and coordination.
Share This Job