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Job Vacancy: Senior Programme Manager ENCISS for Christian Aid
Submitted by OHRConsultants on June 6, 2012 - 1:29pm.
Senior Programme Manager ENCISS
Christian Aid manages the ENCISS Programme in Sierra Leone, which seeks to strengthen the relationship between state and non-state actors to promote pro-poor policies in Sierra Leone. ENCISS is funded by UKaid from the Department for International Development (DFID) and the EU.
As Senior Programme Manager you will provide technical leadership and overall operational management of ENCISS. You will develop technical strategies working with technical expertise from within Christian Aid and manage the implementation of programme activities, providing expert guidance on facilitating civil society in Sierra Leone, and overseeing the grant-making process. You will represent the programme externally and maintain close liaison with grantees, DFID, head office and other external stakeholders to ensure the timely submission of all deliverables. This is a senior leadership role with significant line management responsibility, reporting to the Programme Director.
The successful candidate will be an excellent project, process and people manager, with proven interpersonal, teamwork and communications skills. You will have significant experience in managing complex, multi-sectoral, international development donor programmes, and solid knowledge and understanding of current good practices in civil society organisations and donor requirements. You will be proactive, collaborative and able to see the big picture, along with attention to detail. You will have a post-graduate Degree in an international development-related subject, ideally with advanced qualifications in Management or Finance.
How to Apply
Christian Aid is being supported by Oxford HR, who is conducting an executive search exercise alongside the public advertisement of this post.
Christian Aid values diversity and aspires to reflect this in our workforce. We welcome applications from people from all sections of the community, irrespective of race, colour, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief.