Program Officer – Women Empowerment Irish NGO Jobs – Trócaire

 

Job Title:    Program Officer – Women
Empowerment

Organisation: Trócaire

Duty Station: KampalaUganda

 

About US:

Trócaire is one of
Ireland’s leading INGO’s, with over 40 years’ of experience in international
development. Trócaire works through a partnership approach and is a member of
worldwide networks such as Caritas and CIDSE.

 

Job Summary:  The Program Officer – Women Empowerment will support
the Uganda Women’s Empowerment Programme including Partners in the phase out
processes. There is a strong focus on the providing capacity building support
to Partners especially in the areas of SASA! Faith, advocacy and Phase out.

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

Support to
Programme Partners (50%)

·       
Build
and maintain excellent relationships with partner staff.

·       
Build
technical capacity of partners on SASA! Faith and ADR mechanisms based on
Trocaire and Partner phase out plans through on-the-job training, workshops,
exchange visits and formal technical training.

·       
Support
partner staff to develop project proposals as a sustainability mechanism.

·       
Mentor
and guide partner staff in planning, implementation, monitoring, documentation
and phase out learning activities especially on SASA! Faith and GALs.

·       
Build
organisational capacity of partners through the Trócaire Partner Capacity Assessment
and support process ensuring Partner phase out plans are implemented
effectively.

·       
Support
partners to adhere and maintain a women’s empowerment approach to all project
activities.

·       
Support
partner organisations to comply with Trócaire’s Child Protection and
Safeguarding for International Programmes policies through policy development
and roll-out.

Monitoring and
Evaluation (15%)

·       
Work in
close coordination with the Programme manager and M&E advisor, ensure
timely and accurate M&E activities to ensure the partner projects remain on
track and aligned to the programme outcomes and targets.

·       
Provide
guidance and support to partners on the effective use of Results Based
Management.

·       
Conduct
at least quarterly field visits to partners, ensuring project activities are on
track and providing support and feedback on implementation.

·       
Conduct
bi-annual partner report reviews and provide feedback to partners for
improvement.

·       
Ensure
the collection of monitoring data related to SASA! Faith including undertaking
relevant data entry, support the process of analysis and deliver quarterly
reports on SASA! Faith.

Financial
Management (15%)

·       
With the
programme Accountant, review partner budgets and financial reports and ensure
compliance with Trócaire and donor policies and procedures.

·       
Preparation
and timely transfer of grants to partners.

·       
Conduct
monthly financial reviews

·       
Conduct
joint monitoring visits with the finance team.

Administration and
Knowledge Management (10%)

·       
Ensure
accurate records for the projects are kept in line with Trócaire and donor
guidelines.

·       
Provide
logistical support for programme activities and events.

·       
Document
and share learning with partners, Trócaire staff and externally where
appropriate.

·       
Collect
case studies and provide content demonstrating the impact of the projects for
donor reports and other publications.

·       
Co-ordinate
and provide administrative support for SASA! Faith trainings of partners.

·       
Provide
administrative support to the Programme manager as required, including for
summaries, contracts, and partner and project files.

Other (10%)

·       
Actively
participate in team meetings, programme phase out meetings and any other
meetings as required.

·       
Networking
with other INGOs, Church structures and other local NGOs.

·       
Work
with the team to ensure SLEDGE project is effectively and efficiently
implemented.

·       
Provide
guidance to other programmes on issues related to Gender Based Violence or
Women’s Empowerment

·       
Undertake
any other responsibilities assigned by the country management team or programme
officer – GBV

 


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

·       
The
applicant must hold a Third level qualification in: Social Science, Development
Studies, or a related area.

·       
Minimum
five years of working in an international or local organisation in Uganda or
abroad.

·       
At least
three years of experience working in GBV programming

·       
Excellent
writing skills with proven experience in policy writing.

·       
Skills
in Monitoring and evaluation.

·       
Proven
results-based management skills.

·       
Excellent
interpersonal, communication and facilitation skills, particularly in promoting
organisational learning.

·       
Excellent
communications skills

·       
Highly
organised, with excellent planning, prioritisation and problem-solving skills.

·       
Good
financial skills, particularly in designing and managing budgets.

·       
Excellent
report writing skills and documentation.

 

NB:
This position is open to Ugandan nationals only.

 

How to Apply:

All candidates
should apply online at the link below.

 

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Deadline: 9th April 2021

 

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