Cursus en management de la solidarité (bac+4 / bac+5)
1) The field coordinator should be able to :
Manage the daily project activities of the base
Facilitate the work of the local team on various levels
Summarize, evaluate and update on a regular basis the programs (evaluation of work carried out by international staff, local partners) in accordance with the established planning schedules
Be the driving force behind the improvement of existing programs and the general running and management of the base
Contribute to past and future programs of the base
Maintain regular contact with local working partners
Supervise the Security and Logistics Manager in daily security follow-up
Analyze how the situation develops; liaise with other organizations on security and, with the general coordinator, determine any changes to the security plan and security levels.
Be responsible for the application, compliance and regular updating of the security plan in place both by the local team as by visiting expats.
Ensure visitors receive a proper security and context briefing and monitor the security adherence.
Provide the General Coordination with security-related feedback and systematically report in writing any security incident involving the teams
Recruit, brief, supervise and perform evaluations of local staff when needed/requested.
Monitor the daily running of the house / office by the local team.
Contribute to communication/advocacy initiatives when requested through among others writing of articles Draft project proposals
Contribute to the monthly activities report
Write interim and final reports for financial backers.
Research and analyse information about changes in the health situation, violations of the right of access to healthcare, general context and security issues as well as obstacles preventing the effective running of medical services, working with the coordination team.
2) Details of responsibilities :
Supervise, facilitate and support the local team as well as to act as a main liaison point between the offices.
Be in charge of the monitoring of existing programs
Represent functions towards partners and local authorities
Be in charge of the team security and coordination in conjunction with the security and logistics manager
Manage human resources
Be in charge of the financial, administrative and logistics management: supervise the work carried out by the Administrator, the Security and Logistics Manager and the Field Co deputy.
Be in charge of internal and external communication
Carry out planning and draft reports
Elaborate the general context work
3) Required competences :
NGO or international development experience is compulsory
Experience of project management abroad is essential
Experience of difficult security contexts is highly desirable.
Communications and representational experience is desirable.
English: Fluency oral and written
4) Personal skills
Sharing of key humanitarian values
Maturity, management skills and people skills
Sociable and approachable
Energetic and tenacious
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