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21 août 2023 SOS Children's Village

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Programme Manager

Summary of the Position
The Programme Manager will design and lead programme planning in line with the “Vision, Mission, Values” of the Organisation.
He/she will enhance efficiency, effectiveness and quality delivery of programmes.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:
• Programs/Projects conceptualization based on evidence-based programme strategies in line with the organisation’s Result Based Management (RBM).
• Supporting Facility Heads in developing/managing all aspects of the project cycle including planning, budgeting, implementation, project documentation and monitoring & evaluation.
• Ensuring the compilation of monthly reports, quarterly reports, progress reports and assists in any other relevant reports.
• Ensuring and leading advocacy strategies for recognition and mainstreaming of SOS models of care through government engagements and other key audiences.
• Ensuring and leading the development of both RBM and overall Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning framework including regular reviews of processes and operations monitoring.
• Identifying partner organisations, develop and nurture relations to achieve the organisations strategic directions/priorities through joint programming and advocacy.
• Promote and ensure the effective implementation of priority actions link to child safeguarding policies.
• Relevant administrative duties

Reporting to: The Deputy Managing Director

• Mature, proven strong leadership qualities and ability to lead and manage a team.
• Ideally, a Degree in social work, psychology, counselling, or related qualifications.
• Minimum of 5 years of experience in related field (programme administration and development) in the sector.
• Strong ability to focus on building strong internal programme processes/concepts and Monitoring & Evaluation component.
• Strong professional social work background and proven leadership experience at senior management level.
• Strong dedication to help vulnerable children and families.

Deadline : 21 september 2023

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