The Project Manager is responsible for ensuring Concern
fulfils its commitment under NARRI Consortium for the activities under the
DIPECHO VI Action Plan for South Asia, funded by the DG ECHO. The Project
Manager will lead and manage the Concern activities, impacting on the
lives of the poorest and vulnerable, resulting to lasting positive
Specific duties and responsibilities are as follows:
Leading project implementation and
representing Concern as the Focal Point for DIPECHO VI
under the NARRI consortium. Including, but not limited to:
Plan and manage human and financial resources
and processes related to Concern under the DIPECHO VI South Asia Action
Ensure that Concern’s Project Implementation
plan is delivered timely and effectively to ensure sustainability of the
project interventions beyond project end.
Representation Concern to
Partner organisations, donor as required, government, line ministries, UN
agencies and other NGOs in relation to the project.
Ensure that all requirements of the NARRI
Consortium Secretariat are understood, followed and implemented by the
partners and the project.
Liaison and Coordination
To facilitate effective coordination and joint planning
between all stakeholders (including NARRI Secretariat) towards achieving
the objective of project and of the NARRI Consortium.
Establish relationships with key stakeholders at district,
sub-district and national levels in order to facilitate the project
implementation and information exchange. National level engagement should
be planned in consultation with NARRI.
Support Programme staff and partners in strengthening
liaison and coordination at district level.
Participate in NARRI and/or other coordination meetings to
strengthen collaboration between different actors at local and national
Monitoring and evaluation and Learning
Undertake monitoring visits to locations covered by Concern
and partners and provide feedback to staff partners.
Facilitate regular progress review meetings involving
Concern staff and/or NARRI consortium partners at district and national
Research and write learning papers based on the project
implementation and share with partners and stakeholders.
Responsible for routine analysis of project budgets
including quarterly and monthly financial target settings and reviewing
spends with Concern staff and consortium partners.
Work with the Finance department to carry out any necessary
budget adjustments/realignments in accordance with Donor and Concern
Contribution to the preparation of financial reports to
Responsible for the preparation of monthly, interim and final narrative
Provide proactive updates to NARRI on project
Respond to request of NARRI for updates and/or additional
information on project implementation.
Capacity building of Concern and partner NGO/GO staff
Facilitate in-house training for programme staff and partners to
strengthen knowledge on DRR.
staff and partners to assist them on practical application of DRR