Programme Manager

at Läkarmissionen
Published March 27, 2022
Location Juba, South Sudan
Category Management  
Job Type Full Time  


South Sudan Country office is looking for a passionate individual for our program in South Sudan who

has the experience and competencies to work as the Programme Manager, taking the lead in enhancing

quality implementation, documentation, learning to achieve breakthrough solutions, bringing immediate

and lasting change in the lives of the women, men and children we serve.

Programme Manager

South Sudan

  • This position is contingent on the candidate’s ability

to secure permission to work in South Sudan.

  • Qualified female candidates and people with

disabilities are encouraged to apply.

  • Manage program development and operations

as well as grant development and implementation

at the field office sites;

  • Oversee the MEAL System to monitor and

analyze the potential impact or opportunities of

humanitarian need and develop a transition to

recovery and early-stage development;

  • Oversee the identification of local partners, community

leaders, and other local stakeholders and

develop collaborative and working relationships

and partnerships.

  • Ensures the Program Department maintains

compliance with donor rules, regulations and

reporting guidelines and deadlines;

  • Develop grant proposals in line with the country

strategy; and Facilitate reviews and evaluations

to improve the strategies, efficiency, and impact;

  • Provide Program’s input to monthly, quarterly,

annual and any other periodic or special reports

as needed by the Government line ministry, LM/

IAS Regional Office, LM Head Office or donor;

  • Highly Prefer: Master’s Degree and at least

4-years’ experience at the level of a program

manager responsible for multi-sector integrated

relief and development program is desired;

  • Minimum qualification: A Bachelor’s degree

from an accredited university in a relevant field

with six years’ Program Manager or related

senior-level field management experience in a

multi-sector, multi-funded relief and development

programs; including experience with a Contractor

or international NGO;

  • Familiarity and experience working with DFID,


ECHO, USAID, and other donor programs;

  • Previous experience living and working in

conflict/transition and/or humanitarian crisis

environments, preferably African or Arabic

speaking country, and proven experience in supervising

complex, high-speed, and challenging

field operations in developing countries;

  • Demonstrated experience and knowledge in

establishing systems and overseeing project

start-up and expansions, manages growth under

limited time constraints while adhering to the

Project Cycle Management;

  • Strong skills in managing a diverse team, including

hiring, supervising, and training national


  • Experience with program development, implementation,

and comprehensive monitoring,

evaluation, accountability, and learning;

  • Financial management experience, including

budgeting, financial management (tracking,

reporting, and accounting), and procurement;

  • Fluency in written and spoken English is mandatory;

knowledge of Arabic is desirable but not


  • Experience in writing and reviewing grant proposals

and reports is highly required;

  • High proficiency in computer programs such as

Outlook, Word, Excel, Skype, and popular online

social media, platforms, and mobile apps.


How to apply

  • All applications should be submitted electronically

to Human Resource Officer email: christineanyek@ and CC:

  • Please use reference code ‘Programme Manager

South Sudan’ in the email subject line.

  • Please provide the following when applying

for this post: 1) Cover letter explaining your

motivation for seeking this position and your

experience from similar organizations; 2)

Curriculum Vitae (CV) that contains details of

your qualifications, experience, present position,

current remuneration, contact details and names

of three references.


Interested candidates can send their CVs

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