Programme Assistant (NGO) at Brilliance Executive Management Consultancy Limited-Apply Now!

Job Description

Job Purpose

The Programme Assistant will assist the Project Manager in the EU/NCA funded SGBV Programme to follow up partner implementation (annual planning, implementation, reviews, monitoring and reporting). Assist Programme Manager and Thematic Programme Officers in the management of partner-based programmes. Assist in coordinating thematic based platforms for learning in liaison with Programme Officers. Assist in Managing partner budgets and track transfers in Maconomy Portal

Summary of Key Responsibilities;

  • Assisting in providing quality assurance in the entire project life cycle and contribute to the Global CoP for learning
  • Assist to facilitate collection of Programme Data for programme reporting and learning in partnership with partners.
  • Assist in following up both partner narrative and financial reports and electronic and physical filing of key documents in Project Information Management System (PIMS).
  • Assist in organising specific partner meetings, platforms for learnings in liaison with Programme officers.
  • Participate in Programme Meetings and JCP team-building meetings and ensure adherence to “Siavonga Values”.
  • Assist Programme Manager/Programme Officers in applauding key programme documents in Project Information Management System (PIMS).
  • Assist Regular to follow up with partners on project implementation, monitoring, reporting/ learning.
  • Participate in Partner capacity building undertaken by JCP.
  • Support with logistical arrangements in relation to programme meetings, partner platforms.
  • Guide JCP staff/partners in the preparation of quarterly, half-yearly, annual and end of programme reports.
  • Participate in thematic field monitoring and produce related field monitoring reports.
  • Assist in providing written feedback/ discussions with partners on the Quarterly, Semi-annual and Annual Reports.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Degree in Development Studies or related
  • Must have a minimum of 4-6 years experience working in an international NGO focusing on Project Management, Development, Gender/Human Rights and Good Governance, Sustainable Development, Sociology.
  • Ability to contribute to project planning and implementation.
  • Knowledge of Development, rights especially Gender & Gender-Based Violence
  • Knowledge of Partnership Development and Management
  • Knowledge of Rights-Based Approach to development
  • Experience in Project Planning, Management and Results-Based Reporting
  • Must be fluent in Most Zambian Local Languages

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