Children’s Villages Programme Director is elani 2023

05 Fevral 2023
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She/he coordinates the CVP activities, ensures high quality and cost-efficient services for children and families from the target group. The CVPD is responsible for the professional implementation of the programme management cycle in the location. She/he leads the managing co-workers within the programme. She/he negotiates with local authorities, advocates for the rights of the target group and involves in professional child welfare networks. She/he actively engages volunteers, partner organisations, institutional funders, donors from the community and identifies potential income sources in cooperation with the Fund Development & Communications function in the National Office and/or the National Director (ND). She/he reports to the ND and cooperates content-wise also with national functional managers. As a member of the National Management Team she/he participates in the annual strategic planning of the Member Association.

Your tasks and responsibilities:
Leads the development and implementation of the SOS CVP in line with the SOS Children’s Villages Programme Policy and related international and national SOS policies, strategies, quality standards and guidelines
Leads the implementation of the programme management cycle including the CVP planning process as part of MA annual and strategic planning to ensure that interventions are relevant to the local context, respond to the needs of the target group and contribute to the development of sustainable social support systems
Coordinates and ensures cooperation between all areas of work within the CVP
Ensures efficiency through best use/sharing of resources across different programme units
Regularly reports on CVP activities and progress to ND and relevant National Office functions
Ensures that the CVP is supportive to the brand of the SOS Children’s Villages Organisation
Develops appropriate workforce planning in close cooperation with national HRM and ensures full staffing of the CVP
Establishes a positive, healthy and safe working environment in accordance with mission, vision, values of the organisation
Continues to build own knowledge and knowledge of team regarding national and Federation trends and strategies in child protection
Builds and leads an engaged and high performing CVP team
Recruits, interviews and selects co-workers with proper profile, all according to national recruitment guidelines
Builds accountability in the programme by ensuring implementation of simple and effective financial and administrative procedures in accordance with defined policies and guidelines
Leads the budgeting process in the location(s)
Monitors budget expenditures and conducts financial and content controlling of CVP in order to ensure that funds are properly used
Quality Management, Monitoring and Evaluation
Is overall responsible for quality management in the CVP and ensures the implementation of national and international quality standards with guidance and monitoring from function staff in the National Office
Leads and coordinates cooperation, partnership building, and networking efforts of the CVP with local and national authorities and other external stakeholders
Represents together with managing CVP staff the organisation at relevant local networks, forums, platforms, campaigns, working groups and advocates on behalf of the organisation for the promotion of child rights, especially related to children from the target group
Child safeguarding (CS)
Responsible for implementation and management of SOS Child Protection Policy in National Association and for reporting to the national Board
Responsible for leading the CS team at national level
Ensures that co-workers and programmes do no cause harm to children and young people and that they are not exposed to the risk of harm and abuse
Responsible to report any concerns the organisation has about children’s safety in its programmes and within the communities to the appropriate authorities
Ensures that co-workers act within national law, Child Protection Policy, Code of Conduct and other child safeguarding requirements
Makes sure that child safety is not compromised by activities in the area of fundraising or donor relations. All partners/donors are informed of CS approach and are asked to respect it
Responsible to commission internal investigations upon need
Takes decision to close all incidents managed by national CS team
Your profile:
Higher degree in social sciences, public administration, business administration, economics, law;
Minimum 3 years (preferably 5 years) of management experience in social welfare field, preferably within the NGO or public sphere in the sector of child and youth welfare;
At least 3 years’ experience in directly managing people;
Good skills in programme management, monitoring and evaluation;
Good knowledge of standards, legal issues, developments in the social welfare field in particularly child and youth welfare. Good knowledge of children’s rights;
Strong negotiation, communication and networking skills;
Good financial skills, budget management and organizational skills;
Good understanding and skills in human resource development (HRD), performance management;
Leadership skills: able to build effective teams, motivate high performance, and generate commitment to the programme goal;
Basic knowledge in fund development, particularly in public funding;
Good command of English
Hands-on computer software skills (MS Word, MS Excel, MS Power Point etc.)
Readiness to travel nationally and internationally as required
Working conditions:
Full time employment contract – 5 days working week, from 09:00 till 18:00;
City: Baku, Str. Sadigjan 27 a (orientation H. Aslanov m/s);
Registration of employees according to the labor legislation of the Republic of Azerbaijan
Gross monthly salary – 1860.00 AZN

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