Humanitarian Programme Coordinator NGO Careers – DanChurchAid (DCA)


Job Title:    Humanitarian Programme

Organization: DanChurchAid

Duty Station:

Reports to: Head of Humanitarian Operations (HoHO)


About US:

DanChurchAid is a
faith-based, non-missionary relief and development organization based in
Copenhagen, Denmark, and founded in 1922. Our key competencies are food
security and food crisis response, humanitarian cash transfer programming,
civil society development and humanitarian mine action. DCA is a member of the
ACT Alliance, which is a faith-based, non-missionary humanitarian alliance, and
one of the five largest NGO Alliances in the world with a combined turnover of
over 1.5 billion USD annually.


Key Duties and Responsibilities:  The main responsibility of the HPC is to
support the HoHO and the rest of the humanitarian team in the following areas:

DCAs nexus and humanitarian work in relevant working-groups and sector meetings
in Kampala in DCA priority areas such as cash, livelihood, environment and

development of proposals and actively engaged with consortium partners in the

grant management and smaller grants, including financial project budget
monitoring and accountability.

and implementation of reviews and evaluations in close collaboration with DCA
MEAL staff.

Serve as
liaison between staff implementing DCA nexus work in West Nile and other
colleagues in DCA Uganda and DCA HQ.

on top of innovation in the humanitarian sector and sharing this knowledge
broadly with in DCA. This involves capacity building of DCA colleagues and

close cooperation and exchange of information among relevant partners and
stakeholder, other INGOs and fellow members of the ACT Alliance.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

ideal candidate for the DanChurchAid (DCA) Humanitarian Programme
Coordinator job must hold a university degree in humanitarian response or other
related discipline.

At least
five years of experience from a similar INGO position in nexus and humanitarian
response work

and work experience in a nexus context within the areas of cash distribution,
environment and energy and livelihood.

of Sphere Standards and Core Humanitarian Standard.

experience with grants management in a humanitarian context.

with mainstreaming protection, gender equality and youth; all with a human
rights rights-based approach.

with digital and innovative mobile monitoring technology is an advantage.

interpersonal skills, huge and relevant networks, results-oriented and
proactive with good liaison and coordination skills


information: Duration of the position: The position is a one year contract with
possibility of extension. Terms and conditions are according to the Staff
Manual for DCA Great Lakes Regional Office.


DCA offers a salary
package (salary, insurance, and pension) in accordance to experience and DCA
Uganda HR Manual.


How to Apply:

All candidates
should apply online at the link below.




Deadline: 31st January 2021.


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