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Work Location : Bangladesh - Dhaka Type of Post : Accompanied - Family
Other Possible Location : Funding : APPROVED
Expected Travel : up to 30% Type of Contract :
Language Requirement : ENGLISH Application Deadline :
Employee Duration : Active Full-Time
PROGRAM SUPPORT EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED FOR THIS ROLE
CARE Bangladesh is seeking an experienced and highly motivated Deputy Country Director - Program Support, who will provide strong leadership, direction and will be responsible for smooth running of the Country Office's, Human Resources, Business Services (Administrative, Transport Service Department, Procurement and Safety and Security) and Information and Communication Technology (ICT). S/he will also be responsible for Government Affairs and Award Management (GAAM), Field Operations Coordination (FOC), and other Support systems, processes, and functions in line with CARE strategy and vision.
The DCD – Program Support will work closely with the Country Director to develop an effective, efficient and results-driven Operations team and will be responsible for the operational oversight of CARE Bangladesh (BGD), including the smooth functioning and management of the heads of units stated above. Furthermore, the DCD-PS/Operations will be required to play a substantive and essential hands-on role in the development or enhancement of Country Office systems, policy, and processes across the spectrum of all Country Office departments. S/he will contribute to strengthening the integration of all Program Support/Operations by working closely with the program team and fostering positive collaboration.
The person in this role will be required to possess advanced HR and business management skills, excellent team building and people management skills, and extensive understanding of administrative support processes and compliance requirements. S/he must demonstrate the ability to make coherent, and sometimes difficult decisions and/or recommendations to ensure HR, Business Services and other support functions are run efficiently and cost-effectively while providing the highest quality of service and information to ‘clients’ at all levels within CARE BGD, and to individuals, communities, donors and other stakeholders when required.
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