|Job title||VAC-8907 Senior Program Assistant (Grant Matching Mechanism)|
|Number of vacancies||1|
|Qualification||Bachelor Degree or equivalent in • University degree in Business Administration, or a related field from an accredited academic institution with five years of relevant professional experience; or • High School Degree/Diploma in the above fields with seven years of relevant experience. (essential).|
|Sector experience||Minimum of • Experience in local/international procurement/purchasing and supplies/logistics, clearing & forwarding, VAT, laws and regulations, insurance and inventory/stock/supplies and management. • Previous experience with UN and International Agencies, or NGO’s an advantage. • Delivers on set objectives in hardship situations. • Effectively coordinates actions with other implementing partners. • Works effectively with local authorities, stakeholders, beneficiaries, and the broader community to advance country or regional objectives. year/s of demonstrable relevant Administration experience (essential).|
|Geographical experience||Minimum of 5 year/s of experience in Africa (essential).|
|Languages||Fluent in English (essential).
Fluent in Somali (essential).
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|Overview of position||Our client is implementing the Project ” Breaking the climate-conflict cycle in Galmudug, Somalia” funded by the EU. The This project addresses the climate-displacement-conflict nexus in Somalia and seeks to (a) arrest and reverse the ‘multiplier effect’ that climate change has on displacement and violent conflict in specific regions of the country and (b) enhance the capacity of conflict- and displacement-affected communities to adapt to the negative effects of climate change.
Our client will be responsible management and coordination of the project in coordination with WASH, MECC, CS and DTM. The project will be monitored by Project Steering Committee (PSC) comprising the Ministry of Energy and Water Resources, Ministry of Women, ministry of Environment and ministry of Interior in Galmudug. The WASH and MECC unit will ensure that the needs of water and environment are sufficiently reflected in the Project design as well as in selection of priority interventions.
As part of the activities under outcome one of Deegan bile programme: “Communities’ trust in local institutions is strengthened, and processes of governance accountability lay the foundations for institution building”, our client will be piloting a Matching Grant Mechanism, which aims to capacitate communities to fundraise and contribute financially to the implementation of their identified community priority (often in the form of an infrastructure). Additionally, this mechanism aims to train and assist communities to actively participate in the various steps of the procurement process. Should the pilot be successful, the Matching Grant Mechanism will be part of the toolkit of Community Stabilization Programming.
In view of this, our client is recruiting a Senior Project Assistant (Grant Matching Mechanism) under the overall supervision of the EPC Coordinator and the direct supervision of the WASH and MECC Programme Manager, to coordinate the implementation of the Matching Grant mechanism. In addition, the successful candidate will also coordinate with CS DTM and UNEP colleagues in the field. The successful candidate will be required to frequently travel to different locations in Galmudug.
|Role objectives||Matching Grant Mechanism
In coordination with Procurement colleagues of client in Somalia and CWASH and MECC matching grant programme team:
RMU Coordination Related Tasks (Procurement, Finance)
When Matching Grant activities are not ongoing, coordinate with WASH and MECC team to:
|Key competencies||The incumbent is expected to demonstrate the following values and competencies:
Values – all our client staff members must abide by and demonstrate these three values:
Core Competencies – behavioural indicators level 2
Teamwork: develops and promotes effective collaboration within and across units to achieve shared goals and optimize results.
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