he Project Coordinator’s main roles are to lead the project implementation and the project team and to coordinate and manage the implementation of WV GOI projects/programs. This includes active participation in project/program design, coordination with stakeholders such as the government (and UN), Planning, documentation, monitoring, evaluation, research, capacity building and representing WV in different forums/meetings.
Build links between the WV programs, Government, UN and other partners working with in WV GOI operation geographic area.
Represent WV at appropriate cluster meetings, ensuring that WV interventions are not only in line with cluster planning but also showcased in the meetings.
Perform monitoring for all project activities to ensure proper implementation and that all project activities are implemented according to the project quality benchmarks.
Actively participate in project development, through providing contextual information and technical input.
Provide support to line manager in all stages of the LEAP cycle.
Participate in donor and cluster report writing ensuring that the reports are accurate.
Establish and maintain World Vision and other best practice standards for development programing.
Monitor and assist in evaluating WV GOI projects, ensuring that the lessons learnt are incorporated into future projects.
Grants & budget Management
day to day grant management, and ensure that the persons under his supervision implement project activities as stated in the
Exercise Management of budget expenditures for project activities as per WV standards.
Assist Line manager in budget management so as to ensure that expenditures are as per grant guidelines.
Follow up with the finance and procurement for the approvals to ensure that the delivery of materials is in line with the implementation of the activities at site.
Budget control of the project.
Monitor the budget of the project by checking the expenditures and raising the PRFs, GRNs, etc.
Follow the financial rules and regulations laid down by the finance team.
Staff Management (Learning and capacity building)
Staff capacity building on local and international standards eg Sphere, Do no harm, IASC, Good enough guide etc.
Staff performance management for persons reporting directly to him
Provide regular support to staff and guide them on their difference role and responsibilities.
Performance quality and reports writing
To ensure quality project implementation is in line with WV, local and international standards.
Give weekly updates to Zonal Manager and prepare the required project reports to Zonal Manager and Health Technical Advisor.
Any other duties as assigned by manager
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Education/Credentials: Bsc/Masters in social science (social work, psychology, sociology etc.), or any relevant field.
Experience: at least 5 years working in relief/Aid or development work.
Previous experience of INGO work.
Experience working with IDPs, Refugees and conflict-affected persons.
Management experience (especially managing the diverse team of staff/ volunteers)
Native Kurdish/Arab, Iraq citizen, Excellent English, Kurdish and Arabic communication skills (oral and written).
Strong interpersonal and negotiation skills
Strong capacity building and facilitation skills
Ability to travel to project areas for assessment, regular monitoring and evaluation
Ability to manage work life and work without supervision
Ability to work in and contribute to team building environment.
Strong knowledge of UN cluster system, JCCC/GEC and government structures.
Understanding and experience WV’s LEAP cycle, grant management, proposal development and report writing.
Understanding of interagency standards such as Sphere Humanitarian Standards, IASC, Core humanitarian standards, Human rights principles, MISP, Mental Health Guidelines, Gender guidelines,
Knowledge of and adherence to the Red Cross and NGO Code of Conduct.
Complete Travel and/or Work Environment statements if applicable.
Based in Duhok with regular travel to field, Ninewa /Telafar District with all its sub-districts.