About the role: This is an accompanied 24 month, replacement role based in Sanliurfa with frequent travel, including to Ankara, Gaziantep, and to project sites in NW Syria and with a grade 5 salary of €48,648 - €54,053. The Programme Director will lead the scale up of Concern’s earthquake response and recovery programme in Türkiye and north west Syria, including expanding the programme team to meet the rapidly increasing scale of our response, and overseeing and monitoring our partner organisations in north west Syria.
You will report to the Country Director and you will line manage Programme Coordinators, MEAL Manager, Information Management Manager and the Programme Development Manager. You will liaise with the Systems Director, Country Financial Controller and other key support staff.
We would like you to start as soon as possible.
Your purpose: As a member of Concern Türkiye's Senior Management Team, the Programme Director (PD) will manage and guide the development of Concern's programme activities in SE Türkiye and NW Syria in line with the Country Strategic Plan and Concern Worldwide policies and strategies, ensuring quality, strategic purpose, participation and accountability.
You will be responsible for:
Programme Design, Implementation and Development:
Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning
Donor Liaison, Funding and Reporting
Staff Management and Development
Representation and Networking:
Your skills and experience will include:
We would also like:
To apply: CVs should be submitted through our website at https://jobs.concern.net by closing date: 12th of April 2023.
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