Programme Director (PD)
Central African Republic (CAR)
About the role
This is a 24 month replacement role with unaccompanied terms based in Bangui, Central African Republic (CAR) with a salary of €40,402 - €44,892
You will report to the Country Director (CD), also based in Bangui and will line manage the Programme Support Officer (PSO). You will be the technical line manager for all programme managers and work closely with the Area Coordinators, Finance staff, Administrative staff, Logistics and IT functions, and Country Management Team (CMT) members.
We would like you to start on the 1st March 2018.
Your purpose: As a member of the Senior Management Team (SMT) in Central African Republic, the PD contributes to the development of the overall country programme, ensuring a multi-sectoral programme approach that adheres to international and Concern standards and policies. The PD takes specific responsibility for coordinating, managing and reporting on the implementation of Concern’s programmes in accordance with donor proposals and guidelines and for ensuring high quality programming through technical support and effective monitoring and evaluation. The PD also represents Concern to relevant external stakeholders as necessary.
You will be responsible for:
Programme Planning and Management:
Donor Compliance and Reporting
Financial Management & Systems:
Coordination & Networking:
Staff Management, Development and Organisation Learning:
Your skills and experience will include:
Education, Qualifications & Experience Required:
We would also like:
All applications should be submitted through our website at https://jobs.concern.net by closing date. CV’s should be no more than 4 pages in length.
Due to the urgency of this position, applications will be short listed on a regular basis and we may offer posts before the closing date.
Concern Worldwide is an Irish-based non-governmental, international, humanitarian organisation dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the ultimate elimination of extreme poverty in the world’s poorest countries.