Up to £40735.00 per annum
12 months ago
TPP are recruiting for a Programme Management specialist - Young Health Programme. You would be working for an international Charity.
The Major Partnerships Unit is a fast-paced environment with a dynamic team and ambitious plans.
The purpose of this role:
1.Coordinate YHP programme implementation in a selection of countries and support the coordination in other countries, thereby providing technical support to the teams and ensuring that narrative and financial reports are accurate, demonstrate impact and adhere to quality standards
2. Work with the YHP Programme Manager, YHP Account Manager and International part of this charity Country Offices staff to support proposal development in new YHP countries
3. Ensure maximum alignment with the charities International UK Programme strategy to optimise programme impact as well as income and efficiency. This post will involve regular overseas travel
Some of the key activities would be:
Manage all stages of the project cycle, including: - baseline and planning - rigorous programmatic and financial monitoring - timely and high quality financial and narrative donor reporting in accordance with contract requirements, - mid and end line evaluation and financial audit -dissemination of lessons learnt
Develop proposals and budgets, working with the charities Country Offices and other colleagues in the charities International UK as appropriate to find best fit and ensure project quality
Monitor, track and query financial expenditure and progress against agreed project objectives and budgets to ensure compliance with donor contracts/agreements, and internal quality standards, reporting risks to success as necessary
Ensure that effective use is made of learning from project monitoring and evaluation to strengthen future project delivery
Proactively collect fundraising collateral including photos, videos,and case-studies to enhance project promotion and to facilitate organisational learning.
Standard - commitment to uphold to Child Safeguarding guidelines at all times. As the role will visit Programmes in-country, a Basic Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check will be required
The successful candidate will be able too:
Communicate well with a wide range of people, from UK based fundraisers to colleagues in the International country offices for whom English may not be a first language.
* Deal confidently and diplomatically with colleagues at all levels,
* Accurately present information and produce work which clearly summarises situations, identifies the key issues and proposed actions
* Present well-structured and cohesive arguments, verbally and in writing
* Produce compelling written funding proposals and reports
* Negotiate well with colleagues
Manage time effectively while balancing a workload of competing priorities
* Anticipate future trends, analyse them, and spot new opportunities
* Exhibit good time management and work calmly under pressure to meet deadlines
* Solve problems with a can-do attitude and demonstrate resilience
* Motivate self and seek personal feedback
If this role is of interest please get in contact ASAP