MAP International Non-profit Jobs – Country Program Manager

Organisation: MAP International
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Vice President – Global Programs
About MAP:
MAP Uganda is one of the Country Offices
of an International Christian Health Organization recognized as one of the
largest Non-profit organizations, annually serving 25 million people living in
poverty in over 115 Countries around the globe. MAP International promotes the
Total Health of people living in the world’s poorest communities by partnering
to provide essential medicines, promote community health development, and
prevent and mitigate disease, disaster and other health threats.
Job Summary:  The Country Program Manager will provide
strategic, programmatic, and operational leadership to ensure the development
of project/ programs that serve MAP’s programmatic vision within Uganda. Manage
and ensure appropriate structures, standards, staffing, available resources,
and policies adhered to for the strategic programs areas, which correspond to
the standards set by the International office.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:  
Annual Planning and Budgeting: Develop the annual program plans and
budgets for the Uganda Country Program.
Monitoring and Evaluation: Make sure that there in continuous
improvement in program monitoring, evaluation, and reporting of projects in
Networking and Representation: Assist with building relationships and
partnerships with donors, foreign and local government representatives, and /or
other international and local agencies in Uganda.
Fundraising: support in the development of cash and
gifts – in – kind proposals in coordination with External Relations to support
Uganda Programs.
Human Resources: Provide overall strategic leadership to
staff recruitment, retention, capacity building, and orientation.
Finance: Provide overall strategic leadership on
financial accountability standards, procedures, and on – going budget
Security: Actively monitor and ensure that staff
security, risk management, and stress and trauma management protocols are
developed and implemented.
Supervision: Coordinate and manage programs and
support team. Create positive team environment.
any other special projects and jobs assigned by immediate supervisor or his/her
designated representative.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience:  
The ideal
candidate should hold a Graduate degree in Health or related field from a recognized
college or university and a Post graduate qualifications in public health or
related discipline
(3) years supervisory, training and development experience.
A minimum
of three or more years’ experience in a broad range of community development.
knowledge and understanding of community health, operational planning,
monitoring and evaluation, finance, budgeting and fundraising.
communications skills — interpersonal, written and verbal.
computer software skills.
administrative and organizational skills; Excellent analytical and problem
solving skills and attitude
participatory and team – oriented style of interaction and maintaining strong cross
– cultural relationships.
to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in
situations where only limited standardization exists.
knowledge and experience in other cultures and languages within Uganda.
agreement with and commitment to promoting MAP International’s Mission, Vision
and Guiding Principles.
How to Apply:  
All candidates are encouraged to send a
resume/CV, cover letter, statement of faith, previous salary history, minimum
salary requirements, three professional referees and MAP Field Application Form,
, download
(e-mail address and phone number to include Supervisors), and a
date of availability to and copy;
and Incomplete applications will not be considered. Female
applicants are strongly encouraged. The-email subject line MUST include the
following: Country Program Manager – Uganda and attach to the email the
information as outlined in the paragraph above.
Deadline: 15th May, 2015

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