As part of the Consortium Management Unit (CMU) and under the direct Supervision of the Cash Consortium Programme Manager, the Coordinator will ensure the efficient, effective and compliant implementation of the Cash Consortium programme.
He / She will:
· Receive, clean, analyse and compile data sent monthly by partner agencies.
· Receive, review, suggest amendments and follow up on amendments to information submissions by partners including; quantitative data, programme reports and audit documentation.
· Support partners or consultants in developing communications products; including finding and drafting success stories and taking photographs & videos.
Admin, logistics and procurement
· Desire to work in a small, dynamic, high-performing multidisciplinary team.
· Degree in Business Administration/Social Science or relevant field.
· At least 3-5 years’ experience in a similar position.
· Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain effective work relationships with both local and international counterparts and colleagues.
· Ability to deal patiently and tactfully with people of different nationalities and cultural backgrounds.
· Fluency in English and Somali to allow for quick and accurate translation/interpretation.
· Ability to multi-task competing priorities
· Effective communication skills including strong facilitation/negotiation and coordination abilities.
· Strong and demonstrable competency in computer skills including MS Office.
· Willingness and ability to undertake frequent travel (Hargeisa, Baidoa, Nairobi, remote communities, etc.)
· Previous knowledge and experience of programming in Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA).
· Knowledge in NGO finance and procurement procedures and best practices.
· Experience and knowledge in managing personal and others’ security in higher risk environments.
Interested candidates, who meet the above requirements, should submit their applications (cover letter and updated CVs) by email to email@example.com with the subject line “Application for Somali Cash Consortium Programme Coordinator by 31st December 2019.
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