SENIOR COORDINATOR - PROGRAM QUALITY AND DEVELOPMENT

Work Location: South Sudan - Juba
Other Possible Locations:
Expected Travel: up to 30%
Language Requirement: English
Employee Duration: Active Full-Time
Type of Post: Unaccompanied
Funding: APPROVED
Type of Contract:
Application Deadline: 2/22/19

Description


CARE is seeking a talented and experienced Senior Coordinator-Program Quality and Development Coordinator who will hold the key functions in coordinating and leading fund-raising efforts, maintaining strategic relations with relevant donors, and ensuring timely and quality donor reporting within CARE South Sudan. 

The Senior Coordinator will oversee the MEAL function and will work closely with the program, finance and grant management team in these functions. S/he will undertake a proactive approach to map out existing opportunities and finalize a business development/ fund raising strategy with necessary country office and regional input. S/he will also work with proposal development teams, consultants and partners on proposal and concept note development and marketing them with donors. 

The incumbent will enhance the capacity of CARE and partner staff on proposal policies-procedures, standard forms for specific call, and requirements for different bids. S/he will review current and future calls and guide CARE on where to participate. 

Building and nurturing strategic relationships with traditional and non-traditional donors, UN agencies, and other stakeholders is a key to this position.  Therefore, the Senior Coordinator will ensure that grants are managed effectively through appropriate, timely and detailed communication and reporting to key stakeholders.  S/he will encourage and facilitate the documentation of promising practices and lessons learned in program development, grant management and resource acquisition. This position is based in Juba, South Sudan.

Responsibilities:
• Program Development and writing
• Program Quality Assurance and Representation Support
• External engagements and coordination
• People Management

Qualifications: 
• Degree in Social Sciences, International Development or equivalent
• Minimum of 10 years working experiences in relief and development contexts
• Demonstrated success in securing international development funding from sources such as USAID/OFDA, EU/ECHO, DFID, GAC, DRA the UN and other institutional donors
• Excellent written and oral communication skills in both English
• Excellent analysis and written skills for writing concept papers and design documents (including log frames and indicators).
• Demonstrated proposal development experience, including managing proposal development teams.
• Computer knowledge including Word, Excel, and Power Point

 

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