Project Manager | MISP SRH

Job Description

The project Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) is a set of priority activities to be implemented during emergencies to prevent and manage consequences of RH issues and concerns, and plan for comprehensive RH services during recovery and rehabilitation phase of an emergency response. The Project Manager is responsible for the over-all day to day management of the project and is accountable in ensuring that project operations will meet the identified objectives according to the agreed work plan, budget and timeline. The Project Manager in mainly responsible for compliance management, staff and resource management, and overseeing and ensuring quality information and data gathered and reported. The project manager is directly responsible for the development and timely provision of technical and financial reports; staff management; and, harvesting, analysis and sharing/dissemination of lessons learned from project implementation. The Project Manager will work closely with the Project Associate, Learning and Development Associate, and key stakeholders in the project to ensure consistent and effective monitoring and evaluation of the project implementation. S/he will lead the development and implementation of the project’s KM and M&E plan detailing the harvesting of lessons learned, dissemination and diffusion activities for the project. Moreover, the project manager will ensure that coaching interventions are provided.

Requirements

  • With at least 7 years of relevant work experience in health and development sector, leadership and governance
  • With at least 30 units of graduate studies in Public Health, Community Development, or alike

Qualifications

  • Has relevant knowledge in reproductive health, family planning, and SRH in emergencies
  • Has experience working with national government agencies working on MISP, and regional and local government stakeholders
  • Has exemplar skills in project management, inter-personal communication, scheduling, critical thinking, task management, and personal organization
  • Maintains a team-oriented approach and possesses the ability to cultivate positive and collegial workplace relationships
  • Familiar with grant management, donor relations and reporting

Benefits

  • HMO and Life Insurance Coverage
  • 30 days Service Incentive Leave
  • Clothing Allowance
  • Staff Development Opportunities
  • Communications Allowance
  • Rice Subsidy Allowance
  • Laundry Allowance

Location Assignment

  • Temporary Work From Home

Job Type

Full-Time, Project-Based

Career Level

7 years and above

Number of vacancies

1

Job Published Date

07/01/2021

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