3 Positions at SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda: (Deadline 14 July 2020)

3 Positions at SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda: (Deadline 14 July 2020)

3 Positions at SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda: (Deadline 14 July 2020)

Driver – Quality Care / BMZ Project at SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda: (Deadline 14 July 2020)

Context of the position:

SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda is an independent, non-governmental social development & child-focused organization. The Organization supports vulnerable children and young people in four locations of Kigali, Gicumbi, Kayonza, and Nyamagabe. SOS Rwanda applies a one program approach in its education, family strengthening, health, and community development programs, that support a holistic approach in the interest of the child. SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda, therefore, seeks to recruit a Driver for the New Project that will be funded by BMZ.

 Job summary:

The Driver – Quality Care / BMZ Project will be responsible for the transportation of project staff only when they are involved in project activities. The position holder will therefore be responsible for the following tasks:

  • Control and ensure the good state of the vehicle;
  • Report any accidents or injuries to supervisors immediately.
  • Perform minor reparation of the vehicle;
  • Prepare the vehicle maintenance forms;
  • Prepare the requisition of any repairment or maintenance;
  • Perform vehicle inspection such as checking fluid level and tire pressure.
  • Notify supervisors about any major repairs and maintenances.
  • Use the project car in project activities only,
  • Drive vehicles to designated destinations as per the request of project staff;
  • Perform vehicle inspection before and after each trip
  • Drive safely and ensure reaching the destination on time;
  • Analyze destination, determine appropriate routes and maintain schedule;
  • Respect driving laws and road regulations;
  • Maintain the vehicle clean and safe;
  • Adhere to organizational operating policies and procedures;
  • Maintain driving log, prepare vehicle performance forms and complete daily paperwork

Key Performance Indicators 

  • Effective collaboration with Project Team
  • Reduced number of traffic accidents or police reports
  • Compliance to other organization policies and regulations

Technical Qualifications and personal skills:

  • At least Secondary Leaving Certificate (A2);
  • Ahold a Driving Licence at least category B & D;
  • At least 4 years’ working experience in the same position;
  • Ability to work independently, self-organized, fulfill commitments and meet deadlines;
  • Ability to work extra hours if need be and living in the neighboring working area;
  • Fluent in Kinyarwanda, good communication skills including written and spoken English or French
  • The ability to communicate at multiple levels in the organization.

Please note: This job description outlines only the general scope of activity and the basic tasks and responsibilities associated with his/her position. It may be supplemented with a more detailed definition of tasks, responsibilities, and work-plan and is subject to change at the discretion of the direct superior.

How to Apply:

If you believe you are the right candidate for this position, please mention in the subject of your email the name of the position you are applying for and send us your detailed application in a zipped folder including a signed application letter, CV, 3 traceable professional referees and copies of education qualification.

The applications done in English or French should be directly submitted to [email protected] with a copy to [email protected] not later than July 14th, 2020   at 5:00 pm Kigali time.

Late applications will not be accepted. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Done in Kigali on June 30th, 2020.

Liberal SEBURIKOKO

National Director

Project Field Officer – Quality Care / BMZ Project at SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda: (Deadline 14 July 2020)

Context of the position:

SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda is an independent, non-governmental social development & child-focused organization. The Organization supports vulnerable children and young people in four locations of Kigali, Gicumbi, Kayonza, and Nyamagabe. SOS Rwanda applies a one program approach in its education, family strengthening, health, and community development programs, that support a holistic approach in the interest of the child. SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda, therefore, seeks to recruit a Project Field Officer for the New Project that will be funded by BMZ.

 Job summary:

The Project Field Officer – Quality Care / BMZ Project will be required to provide assistance to the Project Coordinator in all aspects of project delivery including budgeting, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and collaboration with project stakeholders.

The position holder will, therefore, be responsible for the following tasks:

  • Liaise with NCC and IZUs when doing identification & profiling of project beneficiaries
  • Organize meeting and training (inform the participants, arrange training venues, meals, and transport of participants, monitor the attendance list, etc)
  • Ensure good collaboration with NCC and IZUs for a smooth implementation of Project activities contact with stakeholders
  • Assist Project Coordinator in planning, monitoring and revising plans
  • Assist Project Coordinator in compiling donor reports (Monthly, Quarterly, Annual)
  • Assist Project Coordinator organizing learning and sharing sessions
  • Communicate to the Project Coordinator any challenge met during fieldwork
  • Support the work of external consultants during baseline and End-Term Evaluation
  • Liaise with M&E Manager and regularly update the number of reached beneficiaries in Programme Database (PDB)
  • Performs any other duties assigned by the Project Coordinator to ensure smooth implementation of the project

Key Performance Indicators 

  • Effective implementation of activities
  • Effective collaboration with Project Coordinator
  • Effective collaboration with stakeholders (local authorities, NCC, IZUs, etc)
  • Effective collaboration with external consultants

Technical Qualifications and personal skills:

  • Bachelor’s Degre in Social Sciences (e.g social work, sociology, education, rural development, psychology, laws, etc)
  • At least 3 successive years working with International NGOs
  • At least 3 years’ experience implementing donor-funded projects
  • Prior experience managing children-focussed interventions will be an added value
  • Fluent in English and Kinyarwanda. Good communication in French will be added value. Excellent written and verbal communication in English is a requirement.
  • Good understanding of international child right frameworks, child safeguarding, child, mental health and psychosocial support
  • Good knowledge of project cycle management (planning, monitoring, and reporting)
  • Computer skills (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

Please note: This job description outlines only the general scope of activity and the basic tasks and responsibilities associated with his/her position. It may be supplemented with a more detailed definition of tasks, responsibilities, and work-plan and is subject to change at the discretion of the direct superior.

 How to Apply:

If you believe you are the right candidate for this position, please mention in the subject of your email the name of the position you are applying for and send us your detailed application in a zipped folder including a signed application letter, CV, 3 traceable professional referees and copies of education qualification.

All documents should be written in English and directly submitted to [email protected] with a copy to [email protected] not later than July 14th, 2020  at 5:00 pm Kigali time.

Late applications will not be accepted. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Done in Kigali on June 30th, 2020.

Liberal SEBURIKOKO

National Director

 

Project Coordinator – Quality Care / BMZ Project at SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda: (Deadline 14 July 2020)

Context of the position:

SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda is an independent, non-governmental social development & child-focused organization. The Organization supports vulnerable children and young people in four locations of Kigali, Gicumbi, Kayonza, and Nyamagabe. SOS Rwanda applies a one program approach in its education, family strengthening, health, and community development programs, that support a holistic approach in the interest of the child. SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda, therefore, seeks to recruit a Project Coordinator for the New Project that will be funded by BMZ.

 Job summary:

The Project Coordinator – Quality Care / BMZ Project will be responsible for the overall coordination, supervision, and reporting of all activities related to the project “Integrated Community Based Approach for Quality Care and Protection of Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Rwanda” to ensure that the project’s objectivities and results are achieved in a timely manner and according to the agreed standards in the project framework and in the related grant agreement document.  The position holder will, therefore, be responsible for the following tasks:

  • Management of donor Partnership Agreement
  • Responsible for proper management of project grants
  • Responsible for budgeting / budget revision / liquidity plan tasks
  • Monitor budgets and speed up spending to avoid unnecessary underspending or overspending
  • Process requests for budget reallocation if need be and inquire donor approvals
  • Liaise with the Grant Accountant and ensure regular posting of support documents in the system
  • Compile donor reports and process reviews by the Deputy National Director & Programs Director and IPD Manager before submission to the donor
  • Ensure timely submission of donor reports (Financial, Monthly, Quarterly, Annual Reports)
  • Oversee planning, monitoring, and implementation of all project activities
  • Master project activities and ensure timely implementation & completion of activities
  • Ensure good collaboration with project stakeholders including government institutions, Ministry of Gender and Family Planning (MIGEPROF), National Commission for Children (NCC), local authorities, community structures (e.g. Inshuti Z’ Umuryango), schools, etc
  • Represent SOS CV Rwanda in government forums (e.g JADF) and Child Protection Technical Working Groups
  • Draft Terms of Reference (ToR) for the recruitment of external consultants
  • Ensure proper collaboration with external consultants who support in Baseline, End line Evaluation
  • Monitor the work of external consultants and liaise with Programs Director if there are any issues
  • Supervise the work of Project Team (e.g Field Officers and the Driver) and conduct Performance Appraisal
  • Performs any other duties assigned by supervisor to build synergy with other SOS Team Members

Key Performance Indicators 

  • Effective management of partnership agreement with HGFD/BMZ
  • Compliance to donor grant requirements (e.g. reports, spending)
  • Effective management of project budget
  • Effective planning and monitoring of activities
  • Timely completion of project activities
  • Timely achievement of project targets and outcomes
  • Quality of donor reports (outcome-based reporting, timely submission)
  • Good relationships and transparent communication with the Donor
  • Good relationships and collaboration with project stakeholders
  • Effective collaboration with external consultants (e.g. Baseline & End line evaluation)

Technical Qualifications and personal skills:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in social sciences (e.g social work, sociology, education, rural development, psychology, etc). Having a Master ‘s Degree will be an added value
  • At least 6 successive years working with International NGOs and managing projects funded by international donors
  • At least 6 years’ experience managing donor funded projects and donor reporting
  • At least 4-year proven experience in leadership and people management
  • Prior experience managing children-focussed interventions will be an added value
  • Ability to build networks, work independently, self-organised, innovative, fulfil commitments and meet deadline.
  • Fluent in English and Kinyarwanda. Good communication in French will be added value. Excellent written and verbal communication in English is a requirement.
  • A team Leader, result-oriented and flexible to deliver with tight deadlines
  • Ability to develop guidelines and tools, and oversee their implementation
  • Good understanding of international child right frameworks, child safeguarding, child, mental health and psychosocial support
  • Strong skills in project cycle management (planning, monitoring, and reporting)
  • Organizational and problem-solving skills.
  • Strong computer skills (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

 Please note: This job description outlines only the general scope of activity and the basic tasks and responsibilities associated with his/her position. It may be supplemented with a more detailed definition of tasks, responsibilities, and work-plan and is subject to change at the discretion of the direct superior.

 How to Apply:

If you believe you are the right candidate for this position, please mention in the subject of your email the name of the position you are applying for and send us your detailed application in a zipped folder including signed application letter, CV, 3 traceable professional referees and copies of education qualification.

All documents should be written in English and directly submitted to [email protected] with a copy to [email protected] not later than July 14th, 2020  at 5:00 pm Kigali time.





Late applications will not be accepted. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Done in Kigali on June 30th, 2020.

 Liberal SEBURIKOKO

 National Director



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