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Tuesday, June 09, 2009

TweetThis! Livelihoods Program Manager - Intermón Oxfam, Morogoro, Tanzania

At Intermón Oxfam, we are people who believe in justice and solidarity, and work to change the world. We fight the causes of poverty and injustice, and not just against their consequences. We are acting in a comprehensive way in around fifty countries of Africa, Latin America and Asia, working on more than 500 development and humanitarian action projects, we promote fair trade and social awareness and mobilisation campaigns.

Key Responsibilities
  • Design, Implement and maintain efficient planning, management, assessment and formulation of the livelihoods program with the adoption of Rights Based Development Approach.
  • Contribute to the Design and formulation of the general framework and strategy of the Country Program.
  • Assure and Control the quality of the narrative, financial and evaluation reports.
  • Build capacities of partners in the process of monitoring, following up and strategic assessment of the country program, drawing up the training and support in development plans when needed.
  • Design and implement the system of monitoring, learning and strategic assessment of the country program, drawing up different instruments to monitor and assess.
  • Supervise and appraise the quality of the proposals presented by development partners.
  • Control, with Project Technicians of SC, the scheduling of payments and reports, and the sending of reports and other requirements.
  • Support technically the counterparts in monitoring and supervision of projects in progress and in the reporting, according to the Intermon Oxfam and back donor requests.
  • Represent the institution before local development actors, and other possible cofinancing agencies, other external bodies as needed.
  • Develop and maintain networking and coalition building with various ad_hoc and permanent allies
  • Lead researching and advocacy initiatives embedded in the Livelihood programs
  • Coordinate and ensure the mainstreaming of crosscutting issues like Gender, environment and HIV/AIDS in the Livelihoods program
  • Ensure synergy of the Livelihoods program with other programs like Humanitarian Action and Water and Sanitation
  • Support the implementation of a plan of fundraising in the field.
  • Participate in the work together with other Oxfam affiliates and Oxfam international.
  • Coordinate, follow up and capacitate his/her team (projects/programmes officers, clerks...)
Experience and Skills
  • Tanzanian with a deep knowledge of the country.
  • University degree, preferably in Rural development fields
  • Experience in International cooperation or development training will be an asset.
  • Three years experience in the cooperation sector, two of which in a management position. Specific experience in rural livelihoods will be valued.
  • Working experience with local counterparts, local and/or international NGO, etc.
  • Experience and knowledge of formulation, following and evaluation of cooperation projects and programmes with vulnerable communities.
  • Team working and multicultural team coordination experience.
  • Knowledge of the reality of the region and specific knowledge of Tanzania's varying socioeconomy and biophysical settings.
  • High level of communication and interpersonal relations skills.
  • Selforganization and Results Orientation.
  • Team working and collaboration skills
  • Planning, management and organisation skills.
  • Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili.
  • Computer skills (Office, Internet, E_mail)
  • Driving licence and availability for travel.
  • Motivation for international cooperation, development and fight against poverty.
  • Women applicants are highly encouraged
Working conditions
  • Contract of employment: Contract of one year renewable, based on performance and continuation of the program (planned a minimum of 3 years).
  • Contract in charge of Intermón Oxfam and according to the country legislation.
  • Working hours: 40h a week. Working hours depends on the functions to realise.
  • Availability of dedicating some weekends, especially journey for the following of the projects (working day recoverable).
  • Salary: According to the Intermón Oxfam's country gauge.
  • Social benefits: Medical, life and accident insurance in charge of the institution; moreover, Intermón Oxfam give economic aid for workers with family.
  • Holidays: According to the working calendar in the country.
  • Working place: Morogoro (Tanzania)
  • Incorporation date: July/August 2009
If you are interested in this job opportunity, please visit us at www.intermonoxfam.org/empleo. Search the reference corresponding to the offer, let's introduce your data and please do not forget also to attach your CV. The closing date for applications is 21.06.2009.

Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

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The closing date for applications is 21/06/2009.

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