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Nonviolent Peaceforce Vacancies 2023 for Team Leader Jobs in Juba Location.
Nonviolent Peaceforce Jobs in Juba 2023:- New job notification not for Nonviolent Peaceforce job opportunity portal for the post of Team Leader. Team Leader Vacancy is for the Juba location. Candidates should apply through www.nonviolentpeaceforce.org before the last date which is 04/06/2023.
Team Leader Jobs at Nonviolent Peaceforce Details
|Recruiter Name||Nonviolent Peaceforce|
|Name of Vacancy||Team Leader Vacancy in South Sudan|
|Job Type||UN Jobs in South Sudan|
|Top Job Category of the day||NGO Jobs in South Sudan|
Team Leader Jobs Description
The Team Leader is responsible for the on-site management of an NP field team. This shall entail ensuring the effective implementation of civilian protection programming while providing for field-based personnel management, financial and administrative functions, coordinating with HQ regarding logistics and procurement and ensuring compliance with NP’s security policies and procedures. The Team Leader is the primary representative of NP at coordination meetings with NGO partners and government authorities and departments in the field team’s area of operation.
Responsible for the overall planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting, and general administration of NP projects in the TL’s respective field location in accordance with the project description and in accordance with policies, donor agreements and guidelines
Leads, guides and supports their NP field team in proactive and reactive activities, guiding the team on implementation and emergency response as needed
Develops new and innovative programming ideas drawn from lessons learned in the field and shares them with the Programme Management Team in Juba for further discussion and agreement
Leads the development of a six-month strategic programming document with the NP field team for review with the Programme Manager
Coordination and accountability
Builds effective networks and collaborative relationships, strengthens communication and coordination with partners, communities, NGOs and local- and state-level government stakeholders and protects NP’s integrity and accountability
Takes prompt and appropriate action to resolve existing and anticipated problems and address the concerns and complaints of stakeholders
Monitoring and reporting
Carries out regular field supervision and monitoring of activities and processes in which project funds, materials and equipment are utilised and verifies progress and quality of work done in accordance with monitoring and evaluation systems and indicators
Implements NP procedures for internal monitoring, smooth implementation, and reporting of emergency activities in accordance with project objectives and indicators (as contained in log frames) and ensures regular communication and reporting with Programme Manager and Programme Development Officers
Oversees preparation of quality, timely, weekly and monthly reports for submission to NP Programme Support Team
Supervises the NP field staff and provides oversight on day to day planning, data collection, analysis, documentation/reporting
Ensures periodic project reviews and lesson learning exercises are conducted and documented
Monitors closely project expenditures against the approved budgets
Ensures effective application of adequate internal control and risk management procedures, including proper authorization of purchases and payments, and ensures satisfactory accountability of all project expenditures in line with NP financial policies
In coordination with the Programme Manager, prepares and presents timely and accurate monthly financial projections of expenditure for field site operations and programme implementation and flags any potential funding deficits in order to allow adequate time to apply contingency measures so as not to disrupt programme implementation
Ensures timely submission of weekly financial reports, supporting documentation and supports the Programme Manager to fulfill their financial management responsibility
Recruits qualified local staff with the help of Human Resources Office and Programme Manager, manages the performance of staff under his/her direct supervision
Maintains team work and enables working environment for field teams including ensuring clear reporting and communication channels and regular documented meetings
Supports the professional development of the team members and conducts regular performance appraisal of the team members according to the schedule set by the Human Resources Department
Consults with the Programme Manager to strategize on responses to performance and disciplinary challenges, identifies staff welfare concerns such as burn-out and flags it to Staff Welfare to ensure intervention and mitigation
Implements organisational goals, ensuring compliance by way of guiding field staff and inducting them into organizational systems and procedures, including appropriate hand-over notes to staff covering for the Team Leader while away on leave in order to ensure minimum disruption to programming
Submits and coordinates timely leave schedules of all national and international staff in accordance with NP’s leave policy and with as little disruption to programming as possible
Coordinates the timely submission of logistics and procurement requests with Juba Programme Assistance
Manages field site assets including equipment and materials in close consultation with the Programme Manager and Operations Manager
Maintains updated monthly asset register and monitors and reports regularly on the proper usage of assets, supplies and other consumables
Ensures safety and security of staff and advises and consults with the Programme Manager and Safety and Security Advisor on security matters, and takes appropriate action in line with the security policy.
QUALIFICATIONS AND COMPETENCIES:
Education, Knowledge and Experience
University degree in refugee law, human rights, international human rights law, international humanitarian law, negotiation, mediation, human security or related field
A minimum of 3-5 years of work experience in human security, child protection, refugee, IDP or civilian protection.
Demonstrated management experience in working in complex security environment is required.
Field experience in emergency situations is required
Experience working in multi-cultural environment
Demonstrated experience working with state authorities, negotiation and mediation
Demonstrated ability to live, work and solve problems independently and effectively in remote, highly challenging locations
Demonstrated ability to analyze conflict, security and political contexts
Independent judgement and analytical:
Ability to set priorities, solve problems and analyse data
Ability to manage information with discretion
Demonstrate conflict analysis skills, identify entry points and design prevention and protection strategies
Interpersonal and representational:
Ability to communicate effectively with individuals, motivate, provide leadership to team and to work in a multi-cultural environment
Solution focused, creative problem solver
Proven ability to build relationships with the full range of actors including government, chiefs, military, police and non-state actors
Genuine commitment and interest in living and working at the community level
Flexibility and adaptability
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