Friday, April 1, 2011

Drought Emergency Response Project Manager- Marsabit

Cordaid combines more than 90 years’ experience and expertise in emergency aid and structural poverty eradication. We are one of the biggest international development organisations with a network of almost a thousand partner organisations in 36 countries in Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe and Latin America.
In Kenya, Marsabit, Cordaid is looking for a Drought Emergency Response Project Manager.
Vacancy number:10/11

Cordaid supports Community Managed Disaster Risk Reduction in pastoralist areas in Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda.
For the current and unfolding drought situation, Cordaid and partners will implement drought emergency response activities with funding from ECHO.
Cordaid will appoint a project management team to supervise and monitor the response activities, implemented by 5 of its partner organizations.
  • Overall management and supervision of the Drought Emergency Response Project.
  • Monitoring of the implementation and progress of the Drought Emergency Response activities, implemented by 5 partner organizations.
  • Supervision of the Cordaid Drought Emergency Response team, including project management, human resources management, financial& administrative management.
  • Reporting on progress of the project to Cordaid and ECHO.
  • Networking and linking with external stakeholders and actors to support coordination of the humanitarian aid related to the drought situation.
  • Masters degree in development studies, social sciences, natural resource management, or other subject related to international development cooperation, food security and humanitarian aid.


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