May 112018

Organization: Yes We Help
Country: Ghana, Sri Lanka
Closing date: 18 May 2018

· About YWH: Yes We Help is an organisation working in Education and Health projects in Ghana, Sri Lanka and Thailand.

· Job Description: We are now looking for 8 Project Managers for our offices in Ghana and Sri Lanka. During these months the organisation will be supervising a large number of volunteers. The role is aimed to supervise the correct functioning of the project and guide and supervise the group of volunteers assigned to that project.

· Starting Date: 1st June 2018

· Duration: 4 months

· Qualifications: The minimum education of a college degree in management, business studies, volunteer management, human-resource management, social work, youth and community work, adult education, social or humanity sciences or any other relevant field or its equivalent is usually required. If you have taken Courses on human-resource planning, management, business, spreadsheets are highly desirable.

· Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Have a deep understanding of the project assigned.
  • Oversee the policies and procedures, including risk assessments of the helpers.
  • Maintain an up-to-date database and use this information to monitor and evaluate activities.
  • Design formal or informal activities to recognise the contributions of helpers
  • Train and assist Helpers on a daily basis to work effectively with locals in each project and resolve any conflict or misunderstanding.
  • Guide, assist and supervise the Helpers’ work in a specific project directing them to achieve the project’s goals and objectives.
  • Monitoring and evaluation of the team of helpers in their specific project.
  • Daily interaction with helpers to understand their personal needs, motivations and necessities in relation to the project, accommodation and free time activities.
  • Reporting to the Programme Manager on a daily basis about any incidents with a team member or a local partner.
  • Ensure the Helpers in your team comply with the principles in the Child Safeguarding Policy.

· Experience, Skills and Qualifications:

Related work experience in a non-profit or charitable organization, most preferably as a volunteer

Strong communication skills – written and verbal, which will be useful in creating handbooks, training manuals, and other program materials

Strong analytical, leadership and planning skillsAbility to multi-task and work under pressure in a fast-paced environment

Strong computer skills and proficiency in word processing, database management, spreadsheet applications.

Attention to details and a clear understanding of the sector; commitment to the organization; and ability to handle information confidentially

Strong interpersonal skills and ability to deal with a diverse type of people

Excellent organizational, time management skills, and ability to cope with limited resources, seize opportunities and think creativelyGood work ethics, a flexible and non-judgmental approach to people

Ability to work effectively as part of a team and also take initiatives when the need arises.

Excellent use of English and intermediate level of spoken Spanish.

· Benefits:

This is a volunteer position. However, YWH will provide accommodation and all meals during your stay.

How to apply:

Interested candidates should send their applications (cv + cover letter) to before the 18th May 2018.

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