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We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the position below….
Chief of Party – USAID/Tanzania Cross-Sectoral Youth Empowerment Activity
time type Full time
job requisition id Requisition – 2021202362
FHI 360 is currently recruiting for the position of Chief of Party (COP)
for an anticipated USAID-funded Cross-Sectoral Youth Empowerment
Activity in Tanzania. The activity is expected to provide holistic and
tailored integrated support to youth in Tanzania that increases their
access to basic education, life skills, entrepreneurship skills, improve
health outcomes and strengthen community engagement while ensuring
interventions are youth-owned, youth-led and youth-managed.
COP will provide leadership and oversight for a consortium of
international and national partners with a focus on managing project
timelines, budgets and deliverables, ensuring compliance with funder and
national regulations, and fostering a safe and equitable working
environment. The COP will be the primary liaison with the funder,
government officials, and other key stakeholders. He or she will be
expected to identify challenges and risks and work with other key
personnel to adapt programming in a complex operating environment.
COP will be responsible for developing and maintaining the overall
technical vision, strategy, and direction of the project, assuming
responsibility for design, delivery, and progress against the approved
work plan, and reporting against performance monitoring plan. The COP
will work with the senior management team to ensure overall planning,
implementing, and managing of the project and establishing the
administrative framework to monitor and assure progress toward achieving
project goals and objectives. The COP will regularly interface with
USAID on management and decision-making while ensuring that activities
are meeting USAID and stakeholder expectations and that project results
are proactively disseminated. The COP will be responsible for ensuring
the timely and quality completion of all programs technical and
financial deliverables and reports in accordance with USAID guidelines;
assisting with analysis and communications regarding resource
management; and ensuring coordination with Mission and other donor
initiatives. S/he will serve as the leadership and public face of
project initiatives in public communication, outreach, and networking.
S/he will be expected to identify issues and risks related to the
activity implementation in a timely manner, and to suggest appropriate
activity adjustments. The COP will serve as the project’s principal
contact point for USAID and will be the project’s main in-country
contact for government counterparts, donors, local partners, media,
private sector partners, and civil society.
The position will be
resident based in Dar es Salaam. Employment is contingent upon
successful award of the project to FHI 360, as well as USAID approval of
overall technical leadership management and general technical direction
for the design and implementation of project activities
- Responsible for design, delivery, and progress against approved work plan and reporting against performance monitoring plan
for ensuring the timely and quality completion of all programs
technical and financial deliverables and reports, in accordance with
- Ensure an integrated project vision among staff and subcontractors
as principal liaison with USAID/Tanzania, government counterparts,
donors, local partners, and community stakeholders, and build effective
relationships with all key stakeholders.
- Lead and support
technical specialists in the development of strategic partnerships with
key stakeholders such as GOJ ministries, other USAID-funded projects,
civil society actors, and the private sector.
- Oversee financial
and administrative management of the program, ensuring compliance with
USAID and FHI 360 rules and regulations.
- Supervise the
development and submission of program deliverables and provide accurate
and timely reporting to USG and key stakeholders on all program areas
the establishment of effective project reporting, monitoring and
evaluation, financial management, and personnel and procurement systems,
and ensure that program results are met
- Manage long-term staff and short-term advisors in a respectful and transparent manner, ensuring achievement of project results
sustainability of project activities through linkages to other
programs, capacity building of project staff, and institutional
strengthening of implementing partners and community-based
degree in public administration, international development, education,
economics, health, or a related field from an accredited university;
- Minimum of 12 years of experience of relevant
management, supervisory, technical experience working with activities
that are of a similar scope and scale.
- Experience managing USAID
projects (preferably as a Chief of Party) and strong knowledge of USAID
programming rules and regulations, grants programs, and monitoring and
evaluation policies and procedures.
- Experience working with
youth, economic empowerment, livelihoods, health, education and/or
community engagement programming. Experience implementing youth
programming strongly preferred.
- Experience living and working in the region preferred; previous experience working in Tanzania highly desirable.
- Knowledge and understanding of youth barriers and issues in Tanzania
- Minimum of 8 years in strategic leadership of line management positions
- Demonstrated ability to manage and support diverse teams in challenging environments.
- Demonstrated experience leading cross-sectoral programming.
- Demonstrated experience leading consortia.
- Strong knowledge of, and commitment to, gender and social equity.
- Demonstrated leadership, organizational development, partnership-building, managerial, teambuilding and communication skills.
ability to develop relationships and coordinate with government
officials, civil society, and non-governmental organizations.
knowledge of United States Government rules, regulations, policies, and
procedures as they relate to project compliance and reporting.
- Fluency in English.
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