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Programme Manager Rural Development, South Sudan. Oslo

Empleos en Noruega (Oslo) de Dirigentes de organizaciones que presentan un interés especial



Clasificación del trabajo: Directores y gerentes : Directores ejecutivos, personal directivo de la administración pública y miembros del poder ejecutivo y de los cuerpos legislativos : Miembros del poder ejecutivo y de los cuerpos legislativos : Dirigentes de organizaciones que presentan un interés especial.
Managers : Chief executives, senior officials and legislators : Legislators and senior officials : Senior officials of special-interest organisations.

Descripción de la oferta de trabajo:
Norwegian People's Aid is a humanitarian organisation rooted in the Norwegian Labour Movement. We work with International Development Partnerships, Humanitarian Mine Action, Rescue Service and First Aid, and Asylum and Integration. Norwegian People's Aid has about 12000 members in Norway and 2400 staff worldwide. We work in 36 countries around the world, and in 2017 we will have an expected turnover of 1000 MNOK.

Norwegian People's Aid (NPA) is looking for an experienced manager to head our Rural Development Programme in South Sudan. You have strong leadership capabilities, strategic and analytical skills and with good understanding and experience from conflict areas. The Programme Manager is responsible for the planning, implementation and management of the Rural Development Programme and will work closely with the Programme Manager for Emergency Response to link relief and development activities in agriculture and other livelihood sectors. You are also part of the NPA South Sudan Senior Management Team and accountable the Country Director and to NPA Head Office (HO) in Oslo.

The overall objective of the Rural Development Programme (RDP) is to recover and support food security and livelihoods means and strategies. Projects under the RDP are presently implemented by NPA, and a key task in the coming years is to gradually move towards a partner-based approach.

NPA has worked in South Sudan since 1986, and currently runs three programmes: Partnership with Civil Society, Rural Development, and Emergency Response. NPA South Sudan has around 300 staff and an annual turnover of close to 20 million USD.

In this role you will:

  • Manage, implement and report on projects under the RD Programme in line with established strategies, plans and policies, and in coordination with programme staff, the management team, and advisors and managers at NPA Head Office in Oslo.
  • Coordinate strategy and day-to-day management with the Civil Society and Emergency Response Programmes.
  • Follow and improve upon monitoring and evaluation systems.
  • Manage, coach and facilitate training of programme staff.
  • Overall responsible budget holder for the RD Programme, in coordination with the Finance manager and Country Director.
  • Maintain in-country donor contact, seeking new opportunities, and for developing quality proposals.
  • Represent NPA in relevant coordination forums, such as Cluster coordination and coordination with relevant Ministries.
  • Monitor events and developments in South Sudan (development situation, politics, and security, etc.) to contribute to the overall analysis of the situation, esp. on development needs and opportunities, and security, and advice on necessary adjustments to the evolving context.
  • Initiate and conduct regular risk analyses of ongoing and planned projects under the RDP.
  • Actively participate in the Management Team for NPA South Sudan, and take co-responsibility for the overall development of NPA South Sudan.
  • Carry out other activities as requested by NPA Head Office and the Country Director.

What you bring to the team:

  • Relevant advanced university degree.
  • At least five years' experience, and demonstrated success at management level in an international NGO, with in food security, livelihood and emergency operations.
  • Experience from working in high-risk environments.
  • Experience in humanitarian coordination, including Clusters; ability to collaborate, network and negotiate with partners, governments, UN, donors and other NGOs.
  • Experience in incorporating gender equality and protection in programming.
  • Demonstrated success in projects designing, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and reporting.
  • Proven skills in budgeting, finance development and risk management.

Servicio de empleo de origen: NAV, Servicios Públicos de Empleo, Noruega.

País del trabajo: Noruega.

Región: Oslo.

Ver 1101 ofertas de trabajo en "Oslo" (Noruega).

Fecha de inicio: 20/10/2017.

Nº de vacantes: 1.

Alojamiento facilitado: No.

Traslado incluido: No.

Se requieren cualificaciones profesionales: No.

Salario: 0.0 NOK mínimo y 0.0 NOK máximo (Anualmente).

Cómo solicitar: Otros (véase la descripción).

Empresa: Norsk Folkehjelp.

Dirección: 0155 OSLO.

Contacto: Hanna Mollan, Magnus Flacké,





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