The PDU Manager will lead in the development of quality programming, spearheading the design, documentation, monitoring and evaluation of project/program interventions for both rehabilitative/development and emergency programming. He/she will provide strategic direction in the development of proposals and programs, spearheading scoping exercises in pursuit of new opportunities. The position holder will serve as a key focal point with internal and external stakeholders about grant acquisition, ensuring projects and programs are adequately resourced to achieve the National Office Strategy. He/ She will also oversee the partnership engagement function to build strategic partnerships with various actors such as LNGOs, INGOs and government.
The position-holder will mentor a team of Program Officers, providing guidance in the design of proposals, provision of timely/quality reporting and positioning with donors/supporters with the aim of enhancing the reputation of the organization.
The position will coordinate engagement with UN cluster, World Vision and government forums, promoting regular attendance, coordination, information-sharing, and promoting World Vision leadership when possible. He or she will promote the development of prepositioning and marketing materials to promote fund-raising.
The position will be based in the East African Regional Office in Nairobi with frequent travels to countries experiencing active conflict in the region.
World Vision adheres to strict child and adult safeguarding principles. All selected candidates will therefore undergo rigorous reference and background checks, which will include criminal background checks. They will be expected to adhere to these standards and principles.
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