Key Responsibilities for the Project Manager Job
In consultation with key stakeholders, identify lessons learnt, innovative strategies and gaps.
Implement the integrated plans in the 2nd of the project such as exit interventions (entrepreneurships training, business financing and mentorship).
Project Planning and implementation: Risk, Procurement, Communication, Quality, Cost and Time Management
Coordinate the project planning process including creating Project, Resource, Financial, Quality, Risk and
Reporting plans in a project inception file.
Develop quality project management plans to ensure the project meets the intended objectives.
Ensure timely execution of project deliverables in line with the scope of work as outlined in the sub-agreement
Spearhead the assessment of risks and strategies to mitigate against potential occurrence of the risk(s) and communicate the same to the Programs Coordinator in good time.
Institute proper procurement planning through source selection, contract administration and close out in line with ICL procurement policies and procedures.
Ensure effective and optimal utilization of project resources including budget control and value for money
Manage information and relations with key stakeholders in the best interest of the program beneficiaries.
Resource Mobilization and Sustainability
Lead in resource mobilization through participation in proposal development with other program staff.
Design, implement and evaluate projects with sustainability at the core.
Project Finance, Monitoring, Evaluation & Control
Take responsibility for the project budget in line with ICL policies and donor regulations.
Participate in reviewing the goals and objectives as set out in the scope of work.
Compile reports (narrative and data) and submit them to the M & E Manager as per the set deadlines.
In accordance with donor requirements, create or maintain procedures for capturing and reporting monthly, quarterly and annual project technical and financial reports.
Any other duties and responsibilities in line with project Management.
Participate in the recruitment, induction and deployment of the project staff in line with ICL HR policies.
Manage the performance of staff on a daily basis
Liaise with HR in staff coaching and capacity development
Education and Training
The ideal candidate should have a Master in Public Health, Project management or a related field.
Professional qualifications in project management, leadership & management, organizational development, monitoring & evaluation or strategic planning
Qualifications for the Project Manager Job
Minimum 5 years hands on experience in project management related to PEPFAR funded, SRH, HIV/AIDS and OVC programs.
S/He should also have experience in capacity building, operations research, monitoring and evaluation, budget management and people management skills
Ability to work with a team, foster a team approach and incorporate capacity building activities into the program
Computer literate with an ability to analyze and utilize program development gaps for decision making
Excellent organizational skills, analytical and report writing skills
Demonstrated ability to develop institutional partnerships and build networks
Be an excellent communicator, team player and willingness to work in a multi – sectoral team setting
Please send your CV and cover letter quoting your current and expected salary to firstname.lastname@example.org to reach us on or before Thursday 26th January 2017.The subject line of your application should be ‘Project Manager- DREAMS’ only.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. I Choose Life – Africa is an equal opportunity employer