Manager – Not My Crisis
is an independent development and humanitarian not for profit organization that
advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We believe in the power and
potential of every child. But this is often suppressed by poverty, violence,
exclusion and discrimination. And its girls who are most affected. Working
together with children, young people, our supporters and partners, we strive
for a just world, tackling the root causes of the challenges facing girls and
all vulnerable children. We have been building powerful partnerships for
children for more than 75 years, and are now active in more than 70 countries.
MY BODY & MY LIFE project aims to improve protection, reproductive health
and knowledge and resilience of vulnerable boys and girls in South Sudanese
Refugee settlements through the provision of Child Protection and Sexual and
Reproductive Health (SRH) services and Cash Voucher Assistance (CVA). It is a
24 months emergency response project funded by German Federal Foreign Office
(GFFO) to be implemented in Adjumani Refugee settlements West Nile, covering
Maaji 1-3, Boroli, Pagirinya, Ayilo 1-2, Nymanzi and four host communities
where these settlements are located.
responsible day to day planning and implementation of the Adolescent Sexual
Reproductive Health and Livelihood component of this project. He/She is
accountable to the Project Manager GFFO – NOT MY CRISIS Project, who is
responsible for the delivery of the overall project results in line with
project proposal, PIU West Nile emergency response strategy and GFFO
is responsible for the delivery of the Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health
(ASRH) and Livelihood component of this project.
supports the project manager in strengthening equitable access to and
utilization of integrated quality health services for refugees and host
communities across all the phases of displacement.
support the Project Manager in providing emergency livelihood support to
complement basic household needs of adolescent girls and boys affected by
crisis targeted by the project
support the Project Manager in strengthening household livelihood response strategies
for household self-reliance
in Close consultation and with supervision from the Project Manager, the
Project Officer performs the following roles to implement ASRH-Livelihood
component of this project:
technical guidance and specialized ASRH expertise for implementation the child
protection activities under this project.
in developing and implementing weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual project
work plans, project activities and budgets.
and submit to project manager, high quality activity, weekly, quarterly and
annual narrative reports for all completed activities.
effectively with other project Officer Child Protection and other staffs to
leverage efforts, build synergy, team work and deliver high quality project
tracking, monitoring, evaluation, documentation and reporting of project
outputs, outcomes, impact or results and changes in close collaboration with
effective project budget utilization, management and monitoring for activities
directly implemented by Plan staff and partners.
timely accountability for funds used to implement project in line with Plan
international accounting policies and procedures and donor requirements.
in effective management of project resources including procurements in
accordance with Plan International Uganda policies and guidelines and in
accordance with grant conditions.
with representation in SRHR and Livelihood sector working group meeting
meetings with UNHCR other stakeholders at settlement and district level in
close consultation with the Project manager.
with project risk management in the implementation of the project to minimise
their occurrence and possible effects on the project in line with Plan
International Risk Management policy and project risk mitigation measures
compliance with Plan International’s Safeguarding Children and Young People
Policy and guidelines in all project activities
target community members, children, families and key stakeholders at settlement
level and host communities, sub county and district level to participate in
GFFO project activities
GFFO Project Manager and Emergency Response Manager in developing Concept
papers/ proposals for funding opportunities.
additional duties as per the request of the Project Manager and Emergency
applicant for the Plan International Project Officer ASRHR &
Livelihood-GFFO job must hold a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Public Health,
Health Science Social Work, Development Studies, Social Sciences or any
relevant field with wide demonstrated relevant experience in implementing ASRH
and livelihood projects.
skills and experience in promoting adolescent/youth programming
and skills in the use of participatory approaches and rights-based programming.
3 years professional experience in ASRH, youth economic empowerment, SRHR, life
skills and adolescent programming in humanitarian context.
communication, organizational and interpersonal skills.
experience in networking with other development partners in the field.
oral and written communication in English and local language where assigned
knowledge of ICT.
International’s Values in Practice
open and accountable
a culture of openness and transparency, including with sponsors and donors.
self and others accountable to achieve the highest standards of integrity.
and fair in the treatment of people.
about mistakes and keen to learn from them.
for ensuring we are a safe organisation for all children, girls & young
candidates please apply online at the link below.
Deadline: 10th July 2020
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