Tearfund is looking for an experienced programme manager to lead our humanitarian and rehabilitation projects in North Kivu, DR Congo, based in Goma.
The Area Manager is responsible for the successful implementation of projects that Tearfund is implementing both directly and through partners a number of donor funded projects in Food Security, Gender based Violence and WASH sectors in North Kivu and Maniema valued up to $4m per year.
The successful candidate must have relevant humanitarian experience, plus proven management and leadership skills, coupled with experience in project and financial management.
Strong PCM skills are required as the role is responsible for overseeing the needs assessment of new projects, writing donor proposals and reports, and monitoring and evaluation.
Responsibilities also include monitoring the humanitarian environment and reviewing strategic direction, security management, as well as coordination within the UN Cluster, with partner agencies and with other NGOs and Govt departments.
Excellent written and spoken English and French is essential.
The candidate must also be able to work in potentially insecure environments, with remote supervision, to tight timeframes.
Applicants must be committed to Tearfund’s Christian beliefs. All posts involve potential contact with children and the recruitment process will include specific checks related to child protection issues.
How to apply:
For further details or to apply please visit: Area Manager - DR Congo
An exciting leadership opportunity has arisen for a proven sector manager, providing strategic oversight and support to the Logistics, Finance, and Human Resource functions for our operational and partnership work in DR Congo.
Tearfund has been present in DRC for over two decades now. Tearfund runs a 6 million GBP program with about over 200 staff undertaking a variety of development, humanitarian and advocacy projects to contribute to the recovery and development of local communities.
Tearfund currently works with nine local partners and is scaling up its work with local churches.
Overseeing the management of the support function department leaders, this role will have specific responsibility for supporting the CD is achieving Tearfund's objectives in DRC with an efficient and effective support systems.
The post holder will be responsible for ensuring compliance on donor guidelines; design and implement systems, processes and policies and leading and facilitating change within the programme.
Strong, proven experience gained in the, management and implementation of relief and rehabilitation projects with specific skills in people leadership and management is essential.
Candidates must also have significant knowledge and experience in supply chain management as well as implementing financial management systems.
The successful applicant will be educated to degree level in business administration or financial management, with a proven understanding of current humanitarian and development issues. Excellent written and spoken English, good cross-cultural awareness and a genuine heart for the poor are essential for this role.
All posts involve potential contact with children and vulnerable adults and the recruitment process will include specific checks related to child protection issues.
Applicants must be committed to Tearfund’s Christian beliefs.
Salary:£32,656 This is an Accompanied Role
How to apply:
Please apply via: Head of Support Services
The role involves managing the HR, finance and logistics functions, and is broadly responsible for managing the Baraka field base, along with representation and some project cycle management support.
Reporting to the Area Coordinator, the responsibilities include overseeing the HR, logistics and finance functions; assisting with proposal writing and monitoring and evaluation and institutional learning.
The successful candidate will have strong people management and representation skills, and analytical and problem solving skills. Basic French is essential.
The post is based in a project office in Baraka, South Kivu and includes regular travel in the field.
Applicants must be committed to Tearfund's Christian beliefs. All posts involve potential contact with children and the recruitment process will include specific checks related to child protection issues.
Salary: £25,247 plus competitive benefits package
How to apply:
Please apply via: Base Manager
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