Nov 13, 2017

Mozambique: Project Manager

NGO/UN Job Vacancy



Organization: Associazione Volontari per il Servizio Internazionale
Country: Mozambique
Closing date: 21 Nov 2017

Title: Project Manager

Country: Mozambique

Closing Date: 21 November 2017

Duty Station: Pemba

Period: 12 months (renewable)

Starting Date: 1st January 2018

Main objective: Achievement of projects targets: (i) Strengthening of local CSOs and participation; (ii) Promoting Integrated territorial management especially for low income and degraded urban and sub-urban areas; (iii) Implementing integrated (socio-economic, environmental and physical) requalification pilot-interventions in two slums of Pemba through micro-interventions in following sectors: environment and energy efficiency, job creation, human rights & citizenship responsibilities, creative industry (theatre, sport, music), local CSO support and coaching.

Reporting to: Country Representative

Specific duties:

· Coordinating project implementation through workplan and financial plan;

· Managing the staff employed within the projects promoting their capacity building and empowerment and their partner involved in the project consortium;

· Coordinating all project partners (Local Authorities, NGOs and Universities) activities to the project

· Monitoring and evaluation to check the progress of projects and to enhance the most significant experiences;

· Drafting periodic reports, both internal and for donors, and systematizing documents;

· Elaborate all Narrative reports for the donor and financial report together with the administrative department;

· Control and supervise Project expenditures and budget.

· Developing and formulating new project proposals;

· Maintaining and developing relationships with donors as well as with stakeholders.

· Any other duties assigned by the supervisor

Essential Requirement:

· Degree in International cooperation, Economics, Urban sociology, Urban Planning (Architecture);

· At least 3 years’ experience in development cooperation projects;

· Knowledge of English and knowledge of Portuguese represents a significant plus;

· Management and networking skills

· Experience in slums upgrading in Africa represents a plus


How to apply:

How to apply:

Send your CV (in the format you can find in the previous section) by email to humanresource@avsi.org Please, specify in the subject of the mail the code of the position you are applying for. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Code: 4817-PM-MOZ

Include also:

  1. Name, position and contacts (telephone and mail) of two referees.
  2. First date of availability to take up place in the field.