World Vision International recruits 01 Disaster Risk Reduction & NRM Technical Manager
World Vision International
|% Time||Major Activities|
|10||Manage implementation of activities providing technical direction, developing work plans, monitoring implementation and impact, training staff in asset management, disaster risk reduction, natural resources management and resilience design principles. Working with Accountability, Monitoring & Evaluation (A, M&E), consolidate quarterly and annual reports submitting to the Deputy Chief Of Party (DCOP).|
|5||Advise on technical aspects of disaster risk reduction, strengthening of community multiuser institutions, sustainable natural resources and community asset management to promote resilience and sound environmental management by rural communities.|
|15||Oversee all resilience activities, Disaster risk reduction , Natural resources management ,Watershed management , Multiple Water Use Systems , Productive asset creation ( Food for Assets (FFA) and management activities, ensuring that staff follow work plans, activities are on schedule, and that programme deliverables are completed as planned. Coordinate and facilitate Technical working group meetings to review progress, generate and document lessons and challenges for continuous program improvement.|
|15||Lead in the compilation of the annual Environmental Status Report (ESR). Ensure Environmental Monitoring and Mitigation Plans (EMMPs) are developed and implemented integrating Climate Risk Management (CRM) strategies. Safeguard environment and gender integration in all the program objectives (Agriculture, Nutrition and WASH). Monitor and report EMMP and CRM implementation across all activities.|
|15||Contribute to the development of project PREP documents such as proposals, results framework, budgets, detailed Implementation Plan (DIP) and other project documents as required. Input into the consortium level and sector level (SO) planning (monthly, quarterly and annually).|
|15||Provide training, oversight, and support to local WV staff and consortium partners. Carry out ongoing evaluation of staff and partners, identify performance strengths and deficiencies and arrange for necessary action.
Identify training needs for staff and partners and facilitate customized capacity building activities.
|15||Prepare the Strategic Objective (SO) budget for resilience each year during PREP. Review expenditure reports monthly and quarterly and provide feedback to Finance. Discuss performance against budget with the DCOP and Finance taking corrective action. Approving project expenditure in line with budget and approval limits in compliance with donor requirement and internal policies.|
|5||Liaise with local government officials and coordination committees( Civil Protection Units and FSNCs), local NGOs and civil society organizations, local religious leaders and other stakeholders to ensure support for and acceptance of the Program activities|
|Coordinate all consortia partner activities on resilience in all the six districts of operation working with program managers and district coordinators.|
|5||Maintain close working relationships with donors, other humanitarian and development organizations, and local partners, including representing WV at local coordination meetings as assigned|