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World Vision has been active in Zimbabwe since 1973. Our operations are spread across 9 out of 10 provinces, with a majority of over 1.75 million beneficiaries in rural areas. Our current programs focus on improving the well-being of boys and girls in three priority sectors: health and nutrition, livelihoods and education. We also focus on child protection, gender and disabilities, emergency assistance and resilience building as cross cutting priorities across our programs. If you share the same vision, JOIN US and contribute to life in all its fullness for the children and communities we serve.
Position Title: PROJECT COORDINATOR: UNHCR Project
Location: Tongogara Refugee Camp - Chipinge
PURPOSE OF POSITION:
The Project Coordinator will work under the supervision of the Livelihoods Technical Advisor who will have the overall responsibility of ensuring that project objectives are met through the effective and efficient implementation of activities that improve the well-being and livelihoods of People of Concern in Tongogara Refugee Camp and the Host community. The Project Coordinator will coordinate all project activities in Tongogara Refugee Camp and regularly attend relevant meetings including National Working Group meetings chaired by UNHCR to keep abreast of emerging issues and standards in programming for Refugees.
Responsibilities and duties will include, but are not limited to the following
Programming & Operations
Monitoring project implemented as per approved standards in the camp.
Coordination of all programming interventions in the Camp and Host community
Ensure adherence to World Vision International policies and donor (UNHCR) requirements.
Involve and inform targeted communities about the relevant Project Activities.
Facilitate training of project staff and project beneficiaries on key WASH and Livelihoods programing models with support from NO technical staff.
Ensure the appropriate and timely use of data collection and monitoring tools as guided by relevant WV WASH and Resilience and Livelihoods programming models.
Provide high level of Coordination with relevant stakeholders.
Maintain and Share beneficiaries’ database(s) on regular basis with the concerned departments.
Follow up and Resolve the queries in conjunction of Accountability department and/or other departments.
Conduct regular field visits on monthly basis
Adhere to the weekly and monthly reporting deadlines as advised by the line manager.
Ensure compliance within project systems and procedures.
Other tasks as requested by the line manager.
Organization, administration and personnel management
Overall coordination of operational staff working in the camp and host community
Organize and/or facilitate technical trainings for and project staff and People of Concern
Any other duties as agreed with the supervisor.
All responsibilities need to be executed in an unbiased and transparent manner. The position requires self-discipline to work independently.
Education: University degree in Social Sciences, humanitarian aid or a relevant field.
Minimum 4 years of proven experience in the field of food security and/or livelihoods programming.
Knowledge & Skills:
Analytical and problem-solving orientation, good interpersonal skills
Good orientation and capacity building skills
Prioritization and time management
Strategic thinking and planning skills, ability to set priorities, prepare manageable work plans and to evaluate progress.
Proven communication, interpersonal, negotiation and promotion
Experience in dealing with other NGOs/ partners in project implementation.
Experience working with and programming for refugees is a plus.
Experience working on a WASH project is a plus.
Knowledge of the Ultra Poor Graduation model is an asset.
Excellent computer skills are essential – Excel, MS World, PowerPoint
Good organizer, pro-active and dynamic with the right portion of common sense.
Ability to maintain high levels of professional ethics working with People of Concern in the Refugee Camp and host community
Core Capabilities: Achieving quality results and service Practicing accountability and integrity Communicating information effectively Thinking clearly, deeply and broadly Understanding the Humanitarian industry Understanding WV’s mission & operations Practicing continuous innovation & creativity Learning for growth and development Maintaining work/life balance Building collaborative relationships Practicing gender & cultural diversity Influencing individuals & groups
NB: Shortlisting will be done as applications are received.
Female applicants are encouraged to apply.