- Manager as a role model: embody HI's values on a daily basis, and be a role model for the project managers under his/her line management.
- Manager as a coach for meaning: understand the strategy, make it explicit, translate it into operational objectives for his or her team, lead the necessary changes. Give meaning to each management action. Encourage inter and intra departmental exchanges of Encourage innovation and risk-taking.
- Operational manager: organise the operational management of his or her team, structure the work around identified processes, steer performance and facilitate the resolution of problems.
- First HR & Coach: contribute to the development of his or her staff, creating the conditions for their commitment, professionalism and attachment to Ensure compliance with the code of conduct and institutional policies, the mindset and expected individual and collective behaviour.
- Contribute to the process of elaborating the StratOp of the programme and steer the operational aspects of the StratOp
- At least once a year, contribute, with his/her portfolio of projects and data, to the annual monitoring of the StratOp and to the following year’s programme planning (support missions and evaluations).
- In the event of a crisis/emergency, implement the framework and set-up decided by the HI Operations Director.
- Take part in the programme steering committee led by his/her line manager where
- Size and plan necessary resources, recruit the project managers (ensuring a fit between skills and the projects’ challenges and ambitions), developing and monitoring their skills development plan, in connection with the corresponding jobs and with
- Where relevant, develop regular contact with current and potential donors at field level and liaise with their line manager to check coherence with institutional programming and fundraising
- Within the operational framework defined in the StratOp, identify and transform funding opportunities in the area of Undertake (or contribute to) the design and drafting of new projects, and institutional fundraising for major multi-country projects, based on the decisions taken by the Authority regarding the opportunities.
- Conjunction with the Regional Technical Unit, identify, develop, and ensure the management and progression of local partnerships and/or consortia with CSOs, NGOs, institutions, companies; on technical priorities or important topics in the area and going beyond the project.
- In support of the Project Managers and with the Regional Technical Unit and the Regional MEAL Unit, ensure that HI quality standards (including technical standards) are applied in the projects, and monitor the implementation of recommendations from support missions, evaluations and
- Ensure compliance with project donors’ rules and adherence to contractual commitments: consolidation, oversight and reporting to his/her line manager operational and organisational information in his/her area (dashboards, corrective action, use of own funds, beneficiary data, )
- May represent HI to the local, national, traditional, political, military and diplomatic authorities and bodies; and international organisations and humanitarian mechanisms and coordination
- As part of his/her role, convey HI’s global advocacy messages to all the relevant external partners.
- Facilitate coordination meetings between his/her direct team of project managers and the support services located in the area when
- Follow up teams in his/her area in conjunction with their direct
- Monitor and analyze the security context in his/her area of responsibility on a regular basis (if required).
- In tandem with the Country Manager, take the decision to deploy or withdraw teams from sensitive
- Report all incidents directly to the HAS and Country
- Develop a network of contacts with security staff from fellow NGOs, represent HI in access, security and safety meetings (at the request of the Country Manager).
- Provide feedback and give advice about security risks, as well as on the existence and use of security management resources, such as SOPS, and project
- Working with the Country Manager and Senior Management Team, update the security and contingency plans as and when the context
- Support the Country Manager on exploratory mission assessments, identification of guesthouses, and the opening of new
- Assist the Country Manager in raising the awareness of HI staff (national and international) about security risks and ensuring that security documents are understood and
Lead the emergency preparedness actions in his/her department and, in the event of an emergency, reorganize the priorities of his/her team according to the humanitarian priority, in order to ensure a quick and efficient response by
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Job profile requirements:
- Advance degree in a relevant field (development, humanitarian, disability or related)
- Minimum of 5 years of professional experience in development or humanitarian contexts and in coordination positions.
- Professional project management experience and operational skills
- Professional Managerial experience and skills.
- Excellent communication skills as well as strong project writing skills.
- Ability to promotecapacity building and ability to help team members progress and gain autonomy.
- Reactive in decision making
- Knowledge of the theory and practice of the implementation of emergency and development actions
- Knowledge of HI service sectors, mandatory cross-cutting approaches and technical frames of reference
- Knowledge of risk management (safeguarding of beneficiaries, security)
- Oral and written English is mandatory, written and oral communication in Arabic is preferred.
HI workers must adhere to the values and principles outlined in HI Code of conduct. In accordance with these values, HI operates and enforces policies on Beneficiary Protection from Exploitation and Abuse, Child Safeguarding, Anti-fraud, bribery, and corruption.
The candidate or his/her representative must let the HR representative know that s/he needs an adjustment or change at the test and the interview for a reason related to a medical condition by sending a request for accommodation at the email mentioned below.
By applying to this position, you grant HI’s recruitment team your consent to perform a reference check on yourself with respect to the misconduct disclosure scheme.
Initial contract will be for a period of 6 months, it is subject to be renewed based on availability of funds.
Handicap International is an equal opportunity employer.
It welcomes applications from persons with disabilities and is ready to provide reasonable accommodation for their specific needs.
Interested candidates should send their resume with motivation letter to reach on or before Nov 7, 2023 to [email protected] indicating your full name and the job title (Area Manager- West Bank) in the subject line of your e-mail application. Incomplete applications or applications received after the deadline will be disregarded.
Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply and those shortlisted will be contacted.