Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli Somalia Programme Coordinator Jobs in Kenya
Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli Somalia Programme Coordinator Jobs in KenyaClosing date
: 15 Nov 2019Title
: Somalia Programme CoordinatorType of position
: InternationalLocation of work
: Somalia at least 50%. Kenya rest of the timeReports to
: CISP East Africa Regional Coordinator/ CISP HQSupervises
: CISP team in SomaliaStart of work
: January 2020Duration
: 2 years with possibility of renewalBackground Information
CISP is an equal employment opportunity employer with its Headquarters in Rome.
CISP Somalia carries out projects in area of aid and development by supporting national authorities and CSOs to provide quality, equitable, transparent and accountable services in the sectors of health and nutrition, education, protection, peacebuilding and emergency response.
CISP Somalia has its main office in Mogadishu and sub offices in Galkayo, Guriceel, Eldere and Harardere. CISP Somalia office is coordinated by CISP East Africa Regional Office in Nairobi, which provides support to country programmes in both Somalia and Kenya.Objectives
To promote CISP’s and partners’ mission, vision, objectives, values and code of conduct in Somalia, to promote CISP’s and partners’ internal procedures and quality standards.
To ensure, in collaboration with CISP’s team, quality program coordination, design, development, promotion, planning, management, M&E and reporting.Role and Responsibilities Supervision of Coordination of programs and offices in the field
Ensure high quality coordination between the projects for increased collaboration, sharing of information and resources, leverage, monitoring, good relations and CISP culture;
Ensure CISP reputation and representation is high, ensure excellent relations are established and maintained with authorities, partners and all key stakeholders, Ensure representation of CISP at relevant meetings when necessary.
Ensure CISP is represented in technical working groups in the sector of Child Protection, health, nutrition, higher education and other, ensure meaningful presence in advisory boards, steering committees, NGO consortium and other relevant meetings in Somalia and Kenya if applicable.
Ensure programme is supported in assessments and development of new interventions and partnerships.
Ensure quality and timely communication and reporting with all relevant stakeholders.
Ensure monthly internal reporting as per CISP’s requirements
Ensure leadership and coordination to the multi-disciplinary teams, jointly with the team in Somalia, to maximize all efforts towards effective co-ordination of intervention.
Ensure security systems are adequate in all project locations.
Ensure supervision and support to implementation of interventions as per plans.
Ensure adequate office and HR management.
Ensure compliance with CISP Management System, code of conduct and behaviour, donors’ relevant policies and procedures.
Ensure safeguard of CISP’s assets and interests and protection loss arising from fraud, waste, weak administration and poor value for money.
Program and Grants Management
Ensure quality management of all grants and projects implemented in Somalia, according to CISP’s rules and policies and donor’s requirements.
Ensure continuous conducive relations with donors and partners.
Ensure submission of quality and timely narrative and financial reports.
Ensure adequacy of processes of external evaluations and audits.
Ensure innovative approaches are included in existing and future programs in order to increase positive impact on project beneficiaries.
Ensure regular supervision and monitoring ongoing projects and strengthen the collaboration with partners and beneficiaries.
Program design and development
Ensure promotion of CISP’s work through presentations, productions and dissemination of relevant visibility materials, tools and publications promoting CISP best practices in the different sectors of intervention.
Ensure Identification of new funding opportunities and new opportunities for technical partnerships. Write project proposals accordingly while ensuring financial sustainability and stability of the program
Create opportunities for networking with other agencies aimed at identifying partnership opportunities.
Ensure mainstreaming of relevant themes and strategic thinking and planning
Ensure HR management is in line with needs and requirements. Support the development of programme staff structures, initiate recruitment of staff, monitor their performance and act accordingly, identify capacity building needs and guarantee provision of trainings accordingly.
Ensure overall programme administration is in line with CISP’s Management System and donors’ requirements.
Ensure Financial systems, tools, management, reporting, flows etc. are in line with needs, standards and requirements. Ensure Financial plans, reports are updated and shared.
Ensure procurements are conducted in line with CISP’s and donors’ standards.
Submit monthly Country reports according to HQ template.
Conduct monthly review meetings with staff
At least Master’s Degree in one of the following: development and cooperation, social and political sciences, education, humanitarian and international affairs, management of non-profits and other relevant fields.
Technical / Professional:
Experience in managing, implementing, and monitoring programs above 5 Million USD (at least 7 years).
Experience in identifying and applying for funds and partnerships
Successful development and funding of project proposals
Ability to develop the capacity of personnel
Ability to identify and mitigate problems, conflicts and risks
Ability to facilitate and coordinate meetings
Fluent written and spoken English, Somali is a plus
Excellent communication skills: oral and written
Ability to maintain consistent high standards of professional behaviour and achievement when working alone and in a team
Networking and facilitation skills
Proactiveness and problem solving
Critical and creative thinking
Strong Leader, Team builder and trainer
Self-motivated, works unsupervised under pressure
Ability to motivate and guide teams
How to Apply:
Interested and qualified persons, with the required experience are invited to submit their application to firstname.lastname@example.org by close of business on: 15th November.
Email subject: “SOM-COORD”.
Application to include ALL of the following:
CV (not exceeding 4 pages), including 3 references.
Cover letter (1 page maximum)
Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
For more information about CISP, please visit www.cisp.ngo / www.cisp-som.orgCISP is strongly committed to ending Child Abuse, all forms of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse, and to building a work environment that is safe and welcoming for all, where Sexual Harassment does not take place.
The desired candidate for any position should share and support this commitment in all aspects of their personal and professional behaviour.
Any history implicating that the applicant has a history of Child Abuse, Sexual Exploitation and Abuse, or Sexual Harassment, is a reason for excluding him or her from employment with CISP.