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Cesvi – Project Manager – Libia

Data: 01/04/2016

La ONG Cesvi sta selezionando un/a Project Manager da inserire nella sua operatività in Libia. Durata 6 mesi rinnovabili. Scadenza candidature 17 aprile 2016.

Project Manager Libya

Location: Tunis with mission to Libya (if security situation will allow)
Code position: 12_2016 PM LYB
Closing date: 17/04/2016
Duration: 6 months, renewable

Work context

Cesvi has been working in Libya since 2011. Following the turmoil of mid 2014 the expatriate staff has been temporarily evacuated, guaranteeing the management by remote. From 2016, due to the current situation in Libya, Cesvi remote manages from Tunisia where the Country office is currently based to keep the coordination with the international partners and donors. Based on evaluation of existing situation and on-going security assessment Cesvi is planning to return to Tripoli with key initial expatriate staff.
Cesvi is starting a project aiming at opening Child Friendly Spaces (CFS) located in 2 school grounds in Benghazi hosting IDPs and 4 IDPs camps in Tripoli, which will be operational after school hours, in order to offer a much needed psychosocial support to the children.

Job description
• The collaboration will start in April/May2016.
• The main duty station will be the Country Office in Tunis, with field visits in Tripoli and Benghazi if the security condition will allow it.

Key Reponsabilities
• The Project Manager will work under the supervision of Cesvi Country Representative and HQs Desk Officer.
• She/we will be the security focal point for Tunisia.

Main tasks:
• S/He will directly plan projects activities.
• S/He will coordinate the Operational staff for the direct implementation and monitoring activities on the ground.
• S/He will responsible in accordance with the deadlines, of the project reporting (activities planning, monthly program progress and project final report).
• S/He will work in close in collaboration with the Country Administrator in budgeting, forecast and control of financial flows and planning.
• S/He will provide the processing of any potential project amendment or extension within the due times.
• S/He will directly responsible of field staff recruitment and coordination.
• S/He will conduct training /mentoring /coaching for project staff the team on an ongoing basis.
• S/He will guarantee that all the activities are in line with Donors’ and Cesvi procedures and rules.
• S/He will report to the donors and ensuring the quality and accuracy of technical information provided.
• S/He will support the CR in the coordination of a UNFPA project where Cesvi is third part monitoring.
• S/He will actively participate to the Educational Working Group.
• S/He will write new project proposals in coordination with HQ and the field.
• S/He will liaise with relevant stakeholders.
• S/He support the CR to effectively manage safety and security issues within country programs.
• S/He Develop and Reviewing Tunisia Security plans.
• S/He Coordinate safety and security assessments of programs and make recommendations and check implementation, accordingly.
• S/He assure country incidents reporting. Monitoring and analysis of security incidents and ‘near misses’.
• S/He participate in country security coordination mechanism and reporting accordingly: working closely with other national and international NGOs security colleagues in the region under the supervision of the Country Representative.

Essential competencies
• University degree in human right law, social science, or development work or another relevant topic.
• At least 3 years’ management experience in a corporate or an NGO environment, including experience directing and implementing programs for children in both emergency and development contexts, preferably with solid experience in more than one of Cesvi priority sectors in Libya: education, protection, psychosocial, violence against women and emergencies.
• Operational experience in post war / disaster affected environments with NGO.
• Experience of working in hostile environments.
• A very good understanding of child protection issues facing children in humanitarian context and working knowledge of relevant child protection frameworks, Human Rights and education in emergency.
• Familiarity with protection cluster and/or protection and education working group.
• Experience in staff training and mentoring.
• Solid diplomatic skills: the ability to effectively manage a variety of internal and external relationships, especially with partners.
• Knowledge of effective financial and budgetary planning and control, review and evaluation.
• General Expertise in current safety and security practices.
• Ability to formulate and communicate analysis of security environment.
• Demonstrable ability to adapt to changing programme and emergency priorities that may arise.

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