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Jun 142018
 

Organization: Yes We Help
Country: Ghana
Closing date: 16 Jun 2018

JOB DESCRIPTION:

We are looking for a highly motivated Project Manager to ensure proper implementation and completion of Education Projects in Winneba (Ghana).

Starting Date: Immediately (expected around the 18th June)

Key activities in your role will include:

Project Management:

  • Develop and maintain project plans. logical frameworks and detailed implementation plans (DIP)

  • Select, recruit and train teams.

  • Train the all project(s) staff providing them with a full induction on all relevant components of the projects.

  • Manage conflict resolution and motivation exercises with the project(s) team in a proactive manner.

  • Organise, coordinate and supervise volunteer teams, providing continuous organizational support and conducting field visits on a daily basis.

  • Keep liaison with the project teams and the management team

  • Track the progress of activities and outcomes as well as ensuring the tracking of relevant indicators.

  • Completion of quality M&E reports.

Requirements:

  • Bachelors Degree

  • Proven project management experience of upto 2 years in an NGO/ voluntary work/ humanitarian work or social services..

  • Excellent leadership skills and experience in managing teams.

  • Excellent knowledge of English with Spanish highly desirable.

Benefits:

  • Shared accommodation

  • Common meals

  • Monthly stipend of 400€*

    *Thoroughly read the condition before you apply, terms and conditions are not negociable.

How to apply:

To apply for this offer: *Thoroughly read the condition before you apply, terms and conditions are not negociable.

  • Send email -> yago@yeswehelp.org
  • Attaching your CV.
  • Attaching your Presentation letter.

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