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Project Manager

Concern Worldwide is a non-governmental, international, humanitarian organization dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the ultimate elimination of extreme poverty, working in West Darfur and South Kordofan in Sudan. Concern is looking for a full-time Project Manager for the Health Systems Strengthening Project funded by EUTF in West Darfur.

Job Title: EUTF Project Manager
Duty Station: Geneina with extensive travel to Kulbus and Jebel Moon.
Grade/ Salary: G5/ 7,827 SDG
Reporting to: State Manager

Post Overview
Under the direct supervision of Kulbus and Jebel Moon Area Manager and dotted technical line management of International Health and Nutrition Advisor, the EUTF Project Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing the development, implementation, monitoring and supervision of Concern Sudan’s European Union Emergency Trust Fund (EUTF) Project, “Strengthening Resilience for IDPs, Returnees and Host Communities in West Darfur through improving the provision of basic health and nutrition services for vulnerable populations in Kulbus and Jebel Moon Localities.

Purpose of the Post
To lead with implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Concern’s new EUTF Project in West Darfur.
To manage the project team as per EUTF organogram,  collaborating closely with Ministry of Health partners, with the IMC Team and all key stakeholders.
To develop and work with the EUTF and IMC on developing a detailed implementation plan and a single M&E framework.

Core Roles and Responsibilities

EUTF Health System Strengthening Programme Implementation, Monitoring and Reporting

Plan and implement all interventions for the implementation of Concern’s EUTF Project in coordination with the MoH, and in collaboration with the Concern West Darfur Team, IMC, locality health partners, and all key stakeholders.
Provide leadership and supervision for all EUTF Team health and nutrition staff, evaluate training needs and ensure staff capacity development where necessary.
Apply and support participatory methodologies and a teamwork approach.
Directly support the Psychosocial Supervisor and the Health & Nutrition Officers in Kulbus and Jebel Moon in their roles and responsibilities and with skills development as required.
Plan and coordinate baseline assessments, and ensure high quality documentation.
Provide technical assistance for the EUTF interventions with support and direction from the international Health & Nutrition Adviser and Concern HQ Technical Advisers, consultancy assistance as requested and required.
Facilitate information dissemination and resource development for the EUTF Project and learing for other Concern teams and beyond.
Monitor and evaluate the project as per EUTF (and OCHA for Jebel Moon) directives documented in the project proposals and compile EUTF project bimonthly, 6 monthly and annual reports.
Financial management of the EUTF Project, and reporting to the regional accountant  in Geneina, and to the national accountant in Khartoum
Coordinate, collaborate and report to the West Darfur Project Area Manager.
Actively coordinate with government officials and all key stakeholders for optimal delivery and sustainable impact.
Follow Concern Sudan in-country security and transport guidelines.

Team management and capacity building

Develop the capacity of the health and nutrition staff in Kulbus and jebel Moon through regular on the job mentoring, coaching and training based on the identified field needs.
Conduct regular field visits and provide technical support and on-the-job training.
Conduct trainings for the project staff and SmoH staff on various nutrition & health topics, including IMCI, EmoNC, CMAM, MNP, HIV and AIDS, Mental Health and Psychosocial counseling, Behavioural Change Communication (BCC) and IYCF including Participatory Cooking Sessions (PCS).
Provide technical support to health and nutrition staff, Health & Nutrition Officers, Supervisors and Community coordinators/ volunteers and other staff under his/her line management.
Develop a supportive plan to build the capacity of Concern, MoH staff and local partners, based on assessment and identified  gaps, in conjunction with the MoH and NGO partner staff.
Participate in recruitment processes of nutrition and health program staff.
Evaluate staff under his/her line management supervision and drafting individual work plan (based on JD and evaluation) for each position (Performance development review – PDR). 
Manage the activities performance of program staff which includes – HR, training and safety.
Ensure to organize refresher training sessions for the teams on P4 and Concern’s code of conduct and new training for the new staff.

Supply Chain Management (Drugs, Medical Equipment, Therapeutic Ready to use Foods and Anthropometric Equipment)

Create an up-to-date consumption report per site for all drugs and materials used in the field, and produce a monthly report with all drugs/ materials consumed and the balance each month in addition to verify the consumption against hard copies received from the field.
Create procurement plan and follow procurement procedures for all project assets drugs and medical supplies.
Collect the supply orders for the team/ sites check and validate them prior to submit them to the Information Management Officer.
Work closely with the logistic team to ensure appropriate delivery of supplies and correct and on-time procurement procedures.
Technical support to MoH EPI cold chain and vaccination campaigns.

Partnership and Representation 
Represent the Concern EUTF Project in West Darfur, and at all relevant forums for health and nutrition in Sudan.
Liaise with the local authorities, committees and other beneficiaries.
Creating a strong and constructive coordination and collaboration with other health and nutrition sectors partners in the area.
Attend regular external programme related coordination meeting and provide meeting minutes to the line manager.
Support the national NGOs that have contracts with Concern Worldwide (Community Development Association).
Support MoH nutrition and Health sub-sector meeting upon request from line manager.
Support monthly coordination meeting with locality health authorities. Lead planning and review meeting with SMOH and locality authorities.
Lead good visibility of Concern Worldwide and donors across all projects and meeting in line with visibility guidelines.

Other Duties 
To provide coverage for short periods to other posts when needed and carry out any other responsibilities as requested by line manager.
Concern is a humanitarian agency and as such stands ready to respond to emergencies as and when needed; all staff are required to participate in responses and in Concern’s Preparing for Effective Emergency Response (PEER) process as deemed necessary.

Job Circumstances:
The position is based in Geneina; however, there will e a need to travel extensively to Kulbus and Jebel moon as well as other Concern’s locations across West Darfur to facilitate implementation.

Education, Experience and Qualifications Required:
A medical doctor or health / nutrition manager with a master’s degree or equivalent in public health or a degree in Health, Clinical Nursing or Public health from a recognized university / college with 4 – 5 years of relevant experience in nutrition & health programming and health system strengthening.
Proven senior experience in CMAM for at least 5 years in developing/ emergency  contexts (preferably Darfur context)
Proven experience in SMART survey, Barrier Analysis methodology and other qualitative and quantitative research and evaluation methodologies.
Technical expertise in at least two of the three project’s results areas expected.
Experience in programme management and with various donor M&E requirements; experience with DFID, EU, USAID- OFDA, UN and Irish Aid will be advantageous.
Demonstrated ability to use programmes such as Excel, ENA, SPSS, Epi-info and other M&E related databases and software.
Proven and sustained communication writing skills including ability to analyze data, write reports, case studies and proposals.
Facilitation of training workshops and meetings on the subject of programme quality/ M&E.

Competencies required:

Cultural, gender and HIV response sensitivity.
Coaching, mentoring, staff development skills.
Integration of cross-cutting issues including gender, human rights, good governance, social inclusion, migration and climate change interventions.
Influencing and advocacy to support change at micro, meso and macro levels.
Experience  of working with the extreme poor at grassroots level.

Special skills, Aptitude or Personality Requirements:
Essential:
Fluent in written and spoken English.
Excellent reporting skills and proficient use of Microsoft Office programmes.
Excellent writing skills.
The ability to work well as part of a team and to motivate others and build their skill set.
Excellent communication and facilitation skills.

Concern Staff Code of Conduct and Programme Participant Protection policy:
Concern has a staff Code of conduct and a Programme Participant Protection Policy which have been developed to ensure the maximum protection of programme participates from exploitation and to clearify the responsibilities of Concern staff, consultants, visitors to the programme and partner organization, and the standards of behavior expexted of them. In this context staff have a responsibility to the organization to strive for, and maintain the highest standards in the day-to-day conduct in their workplace in accordance with Concern’s core values and mission.
Any candidate offered a job with Concern Worldwide will be expected to sign the Programme Participant Protection Policy and the Concern Staff Code of Conduct as an appendix to their contract of employment.
By signing the Programme Participant Protection Policy and the Concern Staff Code of conduct candidates acknowledge that they have understood the contents of both the Concern Staff Code of Conduct and the Programme Participant Protection Policy and agree to conduct themselves in accordance with the provisions of these two documents.
Any breach of this Concern staff code of conduct or the Programme Participant Protection Policy by employees of Concern Worldwide during the course of their employment will result in disciplinary action up to, and including dismissal.

Gender
Concern Worldwide in Sudan recognizes that the establishment of equlity of opprtunity between men and women is fundamental to both the achievement of fairness and to poverty elimination.
Therefore each staff member of Concern is expected to be sensitive to equality issues in their relationships with colleagues and in their work and to participate in implementation of gender mainstreaming plans, both at the workplace and in programmes.

To apply: please, submit a CV detailing your experience, skills and qualifications, a telephone contact number and two professional references to the Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC) Office.
Concern is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified women candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.

Only short listed candidates will be contacted for the interview. To find more about Concern Worldwide visit our website at http://www.concern.net
The applicants should share a copy of their signed CV by HAC via email admin.sudan@concern.net and write the job title. This email is Not an application 








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