War Child is an independent and impartial international non-governmental child rights organization investing in a peaceful future for children and young people affected by armed conflict. With a focus on child protection, mental health and psychosocial support, we strive to empower children and young people, while enabling adults to bring about positive and lasting change in the lives of conflict affected children and young people. War Child has been working in the oPt since 2006, and has offices in Jerusalem, the Area C of Jordan Valley, Hebron and in Gaza.
General objective of the job
The Humanitarian Programme Coordinator is responsible to manage and oversee the implementation of one or more Humanitarian Programme and achieving the objectives of the project proposal in cooperation with the Programme Team. The Humanitarian Program Coordinator will be based in the West Bank and is part of the Program Department reporting to the Head of Programmes.
Position in the organization
Reports to: Head of Programs
Essential functional relations: MEAL Unit manager, Finance Officer, WCH Operations department
Contract duration: 12 months, with the possibility of renewal based on the high performance and availability of funds.
- Program Management and Implementation
- Responsible for the overall coordination and implementation of Humanitarian Programme, including risk assessment and management, and led the coordination between partners on a day-to-day basis.
- Identify and prioritize programmatic needs, and ensure that the project/s addresses those needs.
- Responsible for budget management to ensure financial accountability and accurate financial reporting by partners and to donors
- Ensures compliance with donor and War Child rules and regulations in all areas including financial management, record keeping, and procurement, in coordination with the Operations Department.
- Ensures appropriate programme quality standards are used in the design and implementation of the project/s.
- Liaise with the M&E Specialist to facilitate systematic program monitoring and evaluation are in place and ensure that lessons learnt are documented and shared for learning. Provides feedback to the HoP and partners to determine programmatic changes in response to results of monitoring and evaluation;
- In collaboration with the HoP, collects information and prepares briefs and written material to be shared with HQ on program participants, programs, and humanitarian situations in the country for communication materials.
- Collects and consolidates narrative reports
- Conducts site visits to monitor progress and provide capacity support partners as needed
- Undertakes other related duties as may reasonably be assigned by the Head of Programs or Country Director.
- Ensure child protection and conflict sensitivity are integrated into all our response planning, learning, and proposal development.
- Provide training to partner organizations to improve their capacity to respond to any situation. Also, conduct capacity assessments and develop plans to improve partner’s capacities.
- Staff Management
- Manages, supports, coaches, and builds competency of staff.
- Conduct performance appraisals of direct staff as per the War Child Performance & Development system.
- Identifies needs and designs capacity-building programme for partners and project staff particularly around adherence to safeguarding policies.
- Provides ongoing technical guidance, training, and support to partner organizations and staff members as relevant.
- Identifies needs and designs capacity-building programme for partners and project staff particularly around adherence to child safeguarding policies. Where appropriate enlist external expertise.
- Networking/coordination/representation/strategic influencing
- Represents the humanitarian Programme in donor meetings and coordination platforms, giving adequate feedback to project partners.
- Proactively develops, coordinates, and maintains productive relationships with project stakeholders, in coordination with the Head of Programs.
- Ensures proactive coordination in the field to ensure complementarity and avoid duplication and fragmentation.
- Identifies strategic programme opportunities, approaches, and modalities for strengthening the PSS, Protection, and education programming, in close collaboration with the partners and the Head of Programs.
- Contribute to the development of new proposals.
- Identifies and follows up on strategic influencing opportunities, whether directly related to the target areas of the project or to linking various local, national, and international influencing trajectories.
- Ensures the visibility of the project and activities with relevant national and international audiences.
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Knowledge and Experience
- Relevant academic degree in education, child protection and rights, human rights, child rights, political or social sciences or a related field is required
- Minimum 5 years of relevant employment experience in consortium project management, including project planning, implementation, management, monitoring and evaluation, and reporting
- Demonstrated experience in effectively coordinating with multiple partners and stakeholders, including government agencies and donors
- Experience in managing Programme focused on protection, psychosocial support, or education is preferred
- Strong technical experience in the area of Child Protection and Psychosocial support preferred
- Demonstrated a strong track record of successful programme management
- Experience providing technical assistance to project staff, and national and government partners on psychosocial support, emergency responses, participation, education, and child protection.
- Demonstrated experience in collecting, integrating, and disseminating learnings
- Previous experience with community-based programming preferred;
- Demonstrated experience in leading/managing a team;
- Good understanding of the Palestinian context
Skills and Competencies
- Strong communication skills;
- Fluency in Arabic and English;
- Strong spoken and written English skills, including demonstrated reporting ability;
- Demonstrated people management skills;
- Demonstrated financial management skills;
- Cultural sensitivity;
- Attention to detail with strong follow-up;
- Team-oriented, with the ability to work efficiently independently;
- Proficient in Microsoft Office - word processing, spreadsheets, etc.
To apply please send your one-page letter of motivation and CV to [email protected] by November 30th, 2023 citing Humanitarian Program Coordinator in the subject line.
Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
“Commitment to the vision and goals of War Child Holland in oPt, including adherence to the Child Safeguarding Policy, is essential.”