Trade Mark East Africa Programme Manager - Transport Jobs in Kenya

Trade Mark East Africa Programme Manager - Transport Jobs in Kenya

Job summary

The Programme Manager provides support in the management of the Regional Transport Programme.

S/he is responsible for providing programmatic support in the planning, implementation and reporting of the TMEA Regional Transport programme.

Roles and Responsibilities

Programmes and Outcomes Delivery

  • Support the Strategic Objective leader and Transport Directors in development and managing the Regional Transport programme including developing and maintaining strategies, work plans, budgets and monitoring and evaluation plans.
  • Support the Strategic Objective leader and Transport Directors in developing and maintaining strong working relationships with East African and development partners, as well as other relevant projects and initiatives supported by TMEA.
  • In collaboration with project teams as well as the TMEA Results and IMPACT modelling units, monitor the key project cycle milestones (e.g. planned expenditures, progress toward outputs, expected results, actual
    results, and programmatic risks) for all transport projects across the TMEA portfolio.
  • Continuously monitor and evaluate TMEA Regional Transport Infrastructure Programme activities in close collaboration with the Regional Transport Infrastructure and the Results team.
  • Contribute to the preparation of the TMEA annual reports and annual work plans.
  • Ensure good practice monitoring, learning and evaluation is used throughout the programme cycle from design and throughout implementation.
  • Explore new areas for support within the Transport Infrastructure sector that are in line with the TMEA Strategic plan.
  • Liaise closely with the Country Directors to provide support as required and ensure close linkages between the regional programmes and national programmes.
  • Work closely and collaboratively with all other relevant TMEA technical units, including in particular Procurement, Finance, Audit and SIT.
  • Where appropriate, act as Project Leader for key TMEA transport projects and prepare reports as required by the management of TMEA and the Respective Regional Transport Directors.
  • Ensure compliance with PCM guidelines throughout the project design and implementation cycle, including reporting and closure.
  • Ensure compliance with grant management procedures and guidelines including appraisal, selection,implementation, reporting and closure.
  • Any other duties assigned by the line manager.
    Corporate level responsibilities
  • Apply the highest standards of controls and risk management practices and behaviours and embed a positive risk and control culture.
  • Demonstrate prudence, sound judgement and appropriate and timely escalations in management of all types of risk (including fraud risk) applicable to this role.
  • Understand and comply with the relevant end-to-end processes including applicable risks and controls.

    Job Description
  • Seek to identify, understand and escalate risk events/ incidents/issues on a timely basis focusing on fixing root-cause and taking ownership of identified mitigating actions.
  • Complete all relevant mandatory trainings within the stipulated timelines.
  • Promote and adhere to TMEA core values and ensure compliance with organisational policies and
    procedures.
  • Maintain zero tolerance to bribery, fraud and corruption, and ensure immediate reporting of any
    corruption or suspect behaviour that threatens TMEA’s reputation.
  • Adhere to the safeguarding
    policies and procedures and immediately report any safeguarding concerns.
  • Ensure compliance with PCM guidelines throughout the project design and implementation cycle, including reporting and closure.
  • Ensure compliance with grant management procedures and guidelines including appraisal, selection, implementation, reporting and closure.
  • Participate in regular informal and formal reflection, knowledge sharing and learning events.
  • Document lessons learned and best practices for knowledge sharing and learning.
  • Any other related responsibilities that may be assigned by the line manager from time to time

    Academic and professional qualifications
  • An undergraduate degree or a post-graduate degree in Transport Economics, Business Administration, Economics, Development Studies, International Trade, Planning, Finance or related field.
  • Qualifications in project planning and management are an added advantage.

    Work experience
  • For undergraduate degree holders, 10 years’ relevant experience and postgraduate degree holders, eight years’ relevant experience including three years of relevant management experience.
  • At least five years of work experience should be continuous programme management experience in
    transport infrastructure programmes.
  • Senior Director, Transport Transport Director,
    Northern Corridor Programme Manager, Transport
    Programme Officer, Transport
  • Knowledge of EAC regional integration and previous working experience working with International & Regional development agencies, governments and state agencies responsible for funding infrastructure development and operations is highly desirable.

    Technical skills and behavioral competencies
  • A self-motivated individual who is able to work both independently as well as part of a team.
  • Well-developed Programme planning and management skills.
  • Significant transport economics or management/operations experience in one or more of the major surface transport modes (road, rail and port).
  • Good proficiency in Microsoft Excel and other MS Office applications, and ideally some knowledge of and experience with accounting and management information systems packages.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills.
  • Ability to establish and maintain strong partnerships with key internal and external stakeholders.
  • Ability to influence, network and build sound, productive working relationships and networks.
  • Excellent report writing skills with the ability to effectively communicate and articulate key issues.
  • Experience in developing and working with monitoring and evaluation frameworks.
  • Good understanding of key national contexts as relating to regional integration.
  • Fluent in English. Proficiency in French is desirable.
  • Ability and willingness to travel within East Africa (estimated 20% of time)

    How to Apply
  • Interested and qualified candidates should apply online by 12th April 2019
  • For more information and job application details, see; Trade Mark East Africa Programme Manager - Transport Jobs in Kenya

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