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Country Director in Zambia

People in Need (PIN)

This is a Full-time position in Lusaka posted 04/05/2022.

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# Job Description

Job Description

Location: Zambia / Lusaka 50%, Field 50%

Starting date: according to availability

Duration: 24 months with possibility of extension

Languages: Excellent English

People in Need PIN is an international non-profit organization providing
relief and development assistance in over 20 countries worldwide. Formed in
1992, PIN has grown to be the biggest organisation of its kind in Central
Europe, providing relief where it is needed, and empowering civil society in
Czech Republic, Eastern Europe, Africa and Asia. PIN has been has been
operational since 2017 in Zambia with its main office in Mongu, and operations
in Lusaka too. We have been implementing projects focusing on multisectorial
response covering good governance, WASH, nutrition, agriculture, livelihood,
and . PIN also continues to increase its humanitarian interventions
in the country for both environmental disasters and displacement. More can be
found on our website.

About the role:Country Director CD is the main representative of PIN Country
Program and is responsible for strategic leadership and envisioning overall
program development. CD supervises the programs, finances, human resources,
logistics and security. Many of the CD’s responsibilities consists of medium-
term and long-term activities, such as strategic planning, establishment and
maintenance of managerial procedures and staff development through supporting,
motivating and engaging the country programme’s staff. CD is also responsible
for internal and external representation, fundraising and the country
program’s economy.

Reporting relations and Interdependencies with other functions

CD’s reports to the Africa Regional Director. S/he directly supervises Head of
Programs HoP, Program Quality MEAL and the heads of support departments.
In the absence of the key staff CD may need to bridge reporting lines. The
counterpart of the CD at HQ level is Country Program Coordinator CPC. CD
consults with CPC on all the decisions of strategic importance and collaborate
extensively in the of the country program.

Main responsibilities:Management

Plan development of the country programme strategy in accordance with the
country context, needs and priorities of PIN in Zambia and RDD Relief and
Development Department globally.
Ensuring good, dynamic, and empowering team development & management of key
senior/medium management layers.
Lead the country programme team and overall coordination of all its
Supervise the country programs, finance, compliance and administration as well
as human resources, logistics and security.
Medium-term and long-term strategic planning, institutional development, staff
capacity development, establishment and maintenance of managerial procedures,
recording and putting in use of lessons learned and capacity building.
Program Management

CD in cooperation with HoP, supports and supervises senior programme staff,
follows all critical phases of the Project Cycle Management PCM, and
actively participates and leads the design of new programmes/projects.
Responsible for keeping high quality of programming and ensuring compliance
with internal and external procedures.
External relations, representation and fundraising

Network among donors and key stakeholders to actively seek funding
opportunities, help increase the quality of proposals, understand donor
priorities and ensure coordination.
Actively contribute to development of new programs or projects, in line with
PIN country priorities and PIN Relief and Development Department strategy.
Represent PIN at meetings with government partners and media, regional and
local authorities, donors, local agencies, clusters, coordination bodies and
other relevant stakeholders, at all levels of project implementation as
required. Liaise with development counterparts and actors to contribute for
better understanding and response towards challenging topics and areas in the
Human Resource Management

Plans HR requirements, including capacity-building needs for the staff in
collaboration with heads of support departments or other line managers and
ensures regular appraisals of all staff are performed.
Ensures sufficient human resources are in place for the projects to meet their
Ensures a coherent policy towards recruitment, remuneration and benefits
across the country program and that this is compliant with local /
international legislations.

Logistics and finance

CD supervises the operations and logistics department, approves all-important
Oversight of mission economy and assurance of appropriate and relevant usage
of operational/program budgets.

Ensures that all security and safety rules SOPs are set-up and followed and
regularly reviewed.
In cooperation with PIN security department ensures that security measures are
adequate to a given situation.
Incident management: Participates or leads critical security interventions or
establishes investigations under the internal policies and procedures.
Requirements:Key competencies and skills

Good leadership and staff management skills, with a record of managing diverse
teams and contributing to the capacity building of national and international
Proven experience in program management, fundraising, project development, and
donor liaison.
Experience in networking, partnership building and partnership management.
Knowledge of institutional donor environment, proven experience with donor
relations, proposal development and external communication.
Experience with strategic program planning, project cycle management, at
least basic knowledge of the institutional donor environment incl. EC, UN
agencies, USAID etc..
Other competencies, skills and other requirements

University degree in relevant field preferably focusing on management
Experience within the region and understanding of local dynamics
At least five years of relevant experience, experience with development
projects/international work experience.
Reliable and self-reliant personality
Dynamic and result-oriented with ability to organize and plan effectively,
responsible and systematic
Critical analysis and problem solving skills
Ability to work in difficult conditions and under pressure
Cultural sensitivity
Excellent communication skills, excellent spoken and written English
Strong ability and willingness to transfer knowledge
Willing to travel in remote settings within the country long distances &
time-flexibility based on acute/high needs
PIN offers:

Working environment in a well-established and growing humanitarian
Salary and benefits according to PIN’s salary scale. Expected salary
3,910-4,060 EUR monthly per diems of 1,260 EUR are already included based on
Accommodation and local transport costs covered
2 flights to home country covered per year
Costs of visas and vaccination covered
25 days of holiday per year
Free medical helpdesk and psychological consultations available online incl.
couching, mentoring
Travel insurance covers the health care incl. the repatriation
PIN’s family policy under consideration
Free access to e-learning sites, global PIN’s Induction Training, and
individually tailored capacity building opportunities

How to apply:

Are you interested in this position? Send us your CV no longer than 4 pages
and short cover letter via our application form. Please note only the
shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Interviews will be conducted on
rolling basis and the vacancy will be closed when filled.

People in Need staff are expected to perform job duties and responsibilities
in accordance with People in Need Code of conduct and key policies available

About the Organization
The People in Need organization was established in 1992 by a group of Czech
war correspondents who were no longer satisfied with merely relaying
information about ongoing conflicts and began sending out aid. It gradually
became established as a professional humanitarian organization striving to
provide aid in troubled regions and support adherence to human rights around
the world.

Throughout the 25 years of its existence, People in Need has become one of the
biggest non-profit organizations in Central Europe. In addition to
humanitarian aid and human rights, it now also targets education and helps
people living in social exclusion.

We are part of Alliance2015, a strategic network of seven European non-
governmental organizations engaged in humanitarian aid and development
projects. This collaboration increases effectivity both in working in the
target countries and in campaigns aimed at influencing the attitudes of
politicians and the general public in Europe.

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Closing Date : 1st June, 2022.

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