|Published||November 3, 2022|
|Job Type||Full Time|
The position is national-only.
The main duty station will be Bucha, Kyiv. If the candidate resides in Kyiv oblast, the possibility of working remotely, will be considered upon the approval of the Project Manager. Contribution for the transportation costs will be considered.
The Project Officer will refer to the Project Manager.
S/He will work in close collaboration with Cesvi staff in Ukraine.
SCOPE OF POSITION
Project Officer will support the implementation of the activities of the project “My Buchantsi- We of Bucha and the kindergartens of smiles”-Cesvi Project code: EUKR006
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Provide technical support for cash assistance-related activities
Support to define and implement the strategy and implementation modalities of the project’s activities
Ensure the proper monitoring of the project’ indicators, including through the development of monitoring tools
Ensure the proper administrative-financial management of the activities, ensuring that expenditures are in line with the financial plan
Ensure project reports are submitted timely according to Donor’s requests
Develop and maintain track records of projects’ outputs, supervise the activities, prepare reports to the Donor and Cesvi
Support and supervise the activities implemented by the local partner
Regularly participate in the Working Group meetings and other sectoral coordination fora
Support the monitoring process of the activities implemented by the local partner
Ensure the proper application of Donor and Cesvi’s procedures
Guarantee the respect of Cesvi Safeguarding procedures and standards
S/He will also provide inputs for the development of project proposals to expand Cesvi’s presence in the area.
High level of IT skills (Office package)
Good oral and written English
Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to follow procedures, meet deadlines and work cooperatively
Good communication and leadership skills
Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills
Strategic thinking and innovation
Solid diplomatic skills: the ability to maintain a good and professional relationship with staff members, local partner organization, local authorities, and other stakeholders
Degree in Project Management, International Development/Humanitarian sector and/or Economic development or other relevant sectors
Minimum 2 years’ experience in development/humanitarian projects funded by institutional donors