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Concern Worldwide seeks to recuit a Programme Manager – Shelter/NFI (0512), South Sudan

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Concern Worldwide seeks to recuit a Programme Manager – Shelter/NFI (0512), South Sudan

Salary: €35,811 – €39,790
Location: Juba
Based in Country: South Sudan
Job Title: Programme Manager – Shelter/NFI
Contract Type: Unaccompanied Fixed Term International Contract
Closing Date: 29 August 2018

About the role: This is a 12 month, replacement role with unaccompanied terms based in Juba with a salary of Grade 3 (€35,811- €39,790).

You will report to the Emergency Programme Director, will line manage one Project Officer, and four Assistant Project Officers and will work closely with Concern support departments, the NFI/Shelter Cluster and other actors in UN House.

We would like you to start in September 2018.

Your purpose:

To lead Concern’s shelter/NFI response in UN House in Juba, developing the response strategy, planning and overseeing shelter and NFI assessments, shelter construction and rehabilitation and shelter and NFI kit distributions.

Some of your responsibilities will be to:

Providing technical leadership and quality control in the management, design, implementation, post-distribution monitoring and evaluation of Concern’s NFI/shelter projects in UN House in Juba.  This includes:

Programme Planning and Design:

  • Design and plan shelter and NFI activities in UN House, and potentially wider Juba, ensuring the participation of programme stakeholders in all stages of the programme cycle;
  • In collaboration with the Emergency Programme Director, develop a longer-term strategy for the UN House shelter and NFI response
  • Prepare Scopes of Work and Bills of Quantities for the construction of emergency and robust emergency shelters as well as other shelter projects, as required.

Programme Management:

  • Oversee the day to day management of the shelter programme including leading and overseeing the assessment, reconstruction, construction and rehabilitation of shelters in UN House.
  • Ensure accurate management of the shelter/NFI budget to ensure that activities are delivered in a timely and cost-efficient way.
  • Monitor programme budgets and management accounts to ensure that relevant activities are being implemented in accordance with agreed budgets
  • Prepare procurement plans and work with logistics to ensure timely procurement of all necessary supplies.
  • Participate in contract design, tendering and contractor performance as required for the implementation of interventions.

Reporting and Donor Compliance

  • Contribute to the development of high-quality concept notes and proposals for the shelter/NFI programme.
  • Prepare timely and high quality internal and donor reports for the Juba shelter/NFI programme;
  • Prepare and share timely updates as well as assessment, distribution and PDM reports to the Shelter pipeline.

People Management:

  • Manage and provide leadership to the Juba NFI/shelter team, contributing to their capacity building and career development including through on-the-job training.
  • Ensure that the shelter team have up to date job descriptions, clear objectives and identify and facilitate training when required.
  • Ensure that each member of the team fully understands outcomes which are expected of them, by setting SMART objectives, and that they are aware of the success criteria relating to their work
  • Monitor and review performance and hold staff accountable for meeting the success criteria; give corrective feedback where required and take decisive action in the case of poor performance


  • Represent Concern Worldwide at any external coordination meetings, where required including in UN House coordination meetings and NFI/shelter Cluster meetings and technical working groups.
  • Ensure that Concern’s NFI/shelter activities are coordinated with other actors and stakeholders in the programme area.


  • Support cross-sectoral periodic programme reviews in order to assess programme progress, capture lessons learnt and adapt programme strategies as necessary in accordance with Concern’s results-based management principles.  Ensure mainstreaming of cross cutting issues/approaches throughout the programme cycle including: Gender, Protection, HIV and Aids, Rights Based Approach, Accountability and do no harm philosophy.
  • Ensure the Juba shelter/NFI team adheres closely to security protocols and procedures
  • Other duties as assigned by the Emergency Programme Director.

Your skills and experience will include:


  • Education, Qualifications & Experience Required: Bachelor in International Development or other related fields
  • Minimum of three years post qualification experience in construction or engineering projects, preferably in a humanitarian, post-conflict setting
  • Fluency in Englis
  • Experience of programme design and programme cycle management
  • Experience in planning and organising distribution
  • Experience in the monitoring and evaluation of shelter or NFI project
  • Successful experience in leading communication with communities and its representatives.
  • Empathy with Concern’s goals and a commitment to capacity building, protection and participation.


  • Construction site management experience
  • Previous Concern experience
  • Experience of refugee and/or IDP programming, including shelter projects
  • Experience of working/living in insecure and sensitive environments
  • Knowledge of Arabic an advantage
  • Experience of funders such as OFDA, DFID, Irish Aid, ECHO and CHF

All applications should be submitted through this link by closing date. CV’s should be no more than 4 pages in length.

All candidates who are short-listed for a first round interview will be notified via email after the application deadline.

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.




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