The collaboration will start in June 2022 onwards .
The main duty station will be the Country Office in Venezuela (Caracas), with frequent field visits country-wide, if the security conditions allow it, specifically in Zulia and Falcon States.
The Project Manager Protection will report to the Area Manager at HQ and the Head of Mission (HoM) in the field. He / she will work in close collaboration with Cesvi staff in Venezuela and project’s consortium members.
The Collaborator will :
Provide technical support for the implementation of protection-related activities;
Ensure the proper activities’ planning, monitoring, implementation and reporting;
Ensure the proper monitoring of the indicators of the expected results, including through the development of monitoring tools;
Define and implement the strategy and implementation modalities of the project protection activities for the project locations;
Select and supervise the relevant project local staff;
Coordinate the opening and consolidate the Cesvi’s new basis in Zulia and Falcon States
Ensure the proper application of Donor and Cesvi’s procedures;
Develop and maintain track records of project’s outputs, supervise the activities, prepare reports to the Consortium’ leader, the Donor and Cesvi HQ;
Ensure the proper administrative-financial management of the activities, ensuring that expenditures are in line with the financial plan;
Guarantee the respect of Cesvi Safeguarding procedures and standards
Organize and manage monitoring field visits by the Donor and Cesvi HQ;
Provide inputs for the development of project proposals to expand Cesvi’s presence in the area.
University degree or post graduate degree, preferably in International Development / Humanitarian sector and / or Psychology / Social Sciences
Minimum 3-5 years of relevant experience in the NGO environment in management and implementation of projects funded by institutional Donors, in the sectors of humanitarian protection / GBV
Proven experience in managing Protection projects in humanitarian contexts
Fair understanding of budget issues in humanitarian projects administrative and financial planning)
Good reporting skills, analysis of project’s indicators and objectives
Fluency in English (written and spoken)
High proficiency of Spanish written and spoken
Good capacity of Security management
Post degree specialization in international cooperation / protection / GBV.
Previous working experience in Venezuela and / or Latin America Countries.
Previous experience in implementation of humanitarian projects in partnership with local NGOs and in capacity building of local entities.
Previous experience of managing ECHO-funded Actions
Previous experience in risky and hostile countries / environments.
Hostile Environment Awareness Training