Role Title- Project Manager
Refugees in Rwanda face a hazardous food security situation as a result of their limited livelihood opportunities, notably their lack of access to land for cultivation, and are therefore mainly reliant on different food and cash assistance interventions to meet their food and nutrition needs.
Plan International Rwanda is currently seeking applications from qualified candidates for a Project Manager position for an anticipated donor-funded project to implement in Six Refugee Camps in Rwanda. This is a full-time project manager position and will be required to oversee the coordination and supervision of all nutrition focused interventions within this funded project in refugee camps.
The Project Manager will provide overall management and supervision of the project activities in liaison with other project staff and the target beneficiaries to ensure that the project’s objectivities and results are achieved in a timely manner and according to the agreed standards in the project framework and in the grant agreement document.
Dimensions of the Role
The Project Manager reports directly to the Emergency Response Manager. The Project Manager directly line manages seven staff (Nutrition Officers located in camps). S/he manages a restricted donor-funded budget for the period of 9 months with possibility of extension. S/he may manage other incentive workers as necessary. S/he oversees the management and implementation of all project activities in collaboration with the ERM, the Business Development Manager, Communication and Advocacy Manager and other Program staff. The incumbent is a member of various thematic networks and participates to the development of various reports including media reports at country, regional and global levels. This position will be a fixed term contract with possibility to renew (contingent on renewed funding).
Interested candidate can apply through https://career5.successfactors.eu/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=35306&company=PlanInt&username=
Closing date for Application: 29th March 2019