NGO Jobs in South Sudan. The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) is the global humanitarian organization of the Seventh-day Adventist Church which has been in operation for over 60 years. Through an international network, ADRA delivers relief and development assistance to individuals in more than 130 countries—regardless of their ethnicity, political affiliation, or religious association. By partnering with communities, organizations, and governments, ADRA is able to improve the quality of life of millions through 9 impact areas, namely: Livelihoods and Agriculture; Children; WASH, Community Health: Disaster Response: Economic Growth: Hunger and Nutrition: Social Justice and Gender Equity.
For over 37 years, ADRA South Sudan has been making a difference in individual’s lives in one of the most difficult contexts in the world in both development and emergency contexts. In South Sudan, we implement programmes in 4 thematic programme areas of Education; Primary Health Care; Emergency Response and Food Security and Livelihoods.
ADRA South Sudan is seeking to employee a Project Manager for its Strengthening Equity, Access and Quality Education (SEAQE) Project funded by NORAD. The successful candidate will report to the Education Coordinator and will be based in Kapoeta.
Responsibilities • Conduct regular field monitoring of project activities •Support Education Coordinator/Senior Programs Officer in project decisions and implementation of activities, overviewing staff and developing reports. • Support data collection and analysis. • Participate in design of data collection forms in collaboration with M & E Manager, M & E Officer and Education Coordinator/Senior Programs Officer. • Regular review of project data in line with the M&E framework, Indicator reference sheets, and other updated project documents to ensure appropriate data is collected, analyzed, updated and reported in a timely manner. • Uphold the mission, vision and values of ADRA SS. • To adhere the rules and regulations, procedures, and policies of ADRA SS. • Be familiar with and participate in the review of core project documents (log frame, result matrix, activity charts, and M&E forms). • Support project staff (whether in form of trainings, reviewing of M&E forms, etc.). • In close collaboration with management team, and as may be recommended from time to time, engage in the design, and implementation of the monitoring and evaluation framework. • Ensure that all field trips by staff are appropriately documented; data (from FGD and other forms of data collection such as meetings with community, teachers and children) captured, analyzed and reported. • Monitor and ensure appropriate quality control of project assets. (including construction material and works) procured and/or distributed by the project. • Provide data analysis of project targets achievement, impact and challenges (PLEASE NOTE: Data needs to be collected as planned in log frame under output “means of verification” section as well as the result matrix document “frequency of collection” session. Any deviations MUST be communicated in time to management team).
• Review and keep updated information of the project activities (weekly, monthly, quarterly, bi-annual, and annual). • Present quantitative and qualitative data of activities in clear, reliable and consistent fashion. • Coordinate with M & E officer in recording data, cross checking information across activities/output data, as well as with project core documents (log frame, result matrix, activity charts, etc.). • Pay regular visits to all implementation sites within the project area. • Engage in ongoing/regular and timely review and information update of the M&E system for the project to ensure consistency of data across all project activities, and in collaboration with M & E officer, provide support prior to and after field staff field, and project trips by any other internal or external persons. • Provide timely, clear, and consistent, project-related communication to all members of the Project team. Reporting schedules of the projects are jointly agreed and provided, and must be adhered to. • Represent ADRA at the state level and where necessary. • Conduct bi – annual staff appraisal and avail information to management. • Provide monthly update/report on the assets of the project and ensure proper asset management. • Ensure project records are kept up to date in both hard and soft copies in the field office. • Inform and discuss with accountant/programs department concerns of under or over spending/burn rates and ensure that financial reports are timely and field activity cash is regularly replenished. • Provide management with signed copies of monthly staff timesheets. • Facilitate monthly staff meeting and provide management with the information. • Provide consistent, accurate and reliable weekly, monthly, quarterly, bi-annual and annual reports where necessary. • To undertake any other relevant duties as may be assigned from time to time by supervisor.
- Bachelor or Master of Arts in Education.
- At least 3-4 years’ experience within the NGO environment managing education programs.
- Willingness and flexibility to work as part of a team.
- Social and cultural understanding
- Computer literacy with very good working knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet, PowerPoint and email software programs.
- Honesty, integrity, interpersonal skills and ability to work under tight schedules with minimum supervision.
- Willingness to work extra hours in order to meet tight deadlines.
All interested candidates can submit their applications which should include the cover letter and your most recent CV to firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline for receiving applications is 15th January, 2018.
- Salary Offer 0 ~ $3000
- Experience Level Junior
- Total Years Experience 0-5
- Dropdown field Option 1