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Rule of Law Project Manager (Gambella)
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is seeking to hire a Rule of Law Project Manager who will be responsible for the successful project management and implementation by contributing to the effective achievement of the project outputs and outcomes. The incumbent will also ensure that project activities contribute to programme outcomes through delivery of planned outputs through efficient and effective management of resources. He/she will also be responsible for regular monitoring and evaluation as well as reporting on the progress of project implementation and supporting project activities by undertaking research and analysis of relevant data and information. The project manager will be responsible for developing the monitoring and evaluation frameworks, tracking progress in the achievement of the outputs and outcomes and preparing the requisite progress reports.
Contract type: Service Contract (SB5) – * Service Contract is a non-staff contractual modality.
Duration: 6 months with a possibility of extension.
Qualification and experience: Masters’ Degree in Project Management, Public administration, Development, Refugee Studies or other related fields.
Interested applicants must have six years (eight years with Bachelor’s Degree) of substantive experience in grants management and coordination including pre-and post-award management, financial analysis and budgeting; hands on experience in programme planning, coordination, monitoring and evaluation of civil society organizations projects; experience and knowledge of working with local governments capacity building programmes; managerial experience for a large and geographically dispersed team and experience dealing with high level government officials and donors.
How To Apply:
UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.
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