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  • Area Program Manager in Dornod Area Program

    2023-01-02 09:00 - 2023-01-16 17:30
    Dornod province


    Job title:                      Area Program Manager for Dornod Area Program

    Location:                                 Dornod province

    Full/Part-time:                         Full-Time

    Fixed term/Temporary:           Fixed term

    Deadline for application:        January 16, 2023


    The purpose of the Area Program Manager position is to provide strategic support and leadership to province-level projects within a particular province to maximize the WV program impact. The position will provide leadership and supervision for the field level of planning and collaboratively work with the Area Program team in under relevant strategies, policies, and standards to achieve the overall program goal while focusing on children and addressing the root causes of poverty by giving a holistic view of the Area Program.


    Leadership & Strategic management

    • Contributes to World Vision Mongolia’s rural programming planning and implementation by co-developing issues-based projects or programs
    • Provide strategic guidance and insights on overall program implementation to maximize program impact in the province
    • Provides strong and positive leadership to the Area program ensuring competent and motivated staff are hired and retained and high-performers identified and nurtured.
    • Supports professional and personal development of Area program staff, with an emphasis on on-the-job coaching and facilitating ongoing action learning and reflection.
    • Reviews the staff development plans on an annual basis cross checking them with National office integrated competency development plans.
    • Conducts frequent conversations with staff to support their performance and development, and ensure World Vision’s performance management processes are followed.

    Program and project management

    • Lead staff coordinating with Technical Program Coordinators in planning and implementing Technical programs in the AP and ensuring scope, quality, budget, and schedule are met as per plan
    • Lead Development Facilitators in developing Individual Plans for their Target Areas, monitor progress and inform Regional Operation Lead on critical issues and implement the decisions
    • Analyze Technical program and Community Engagement and Sponsorship Program guidelines, Plans, implementation processes, and progress in the Area Programs, inform Regional Operation Lead on critical issues with recommendations for collaborative decision-making with Technical Project Coordinators.
    • Analyze problems of the community along with the Development Facilitator and develop plans on sustainability, crosscutting elements, disaster risk reduction, and advocacy
    • Conduct reflections and analyze implementation mechanisms for developing/adopting/ Sharing best practices, Lessons learned Innovations, and Changes in the Projects and Project management approaches

    Accountability and quality assurance

    • Appropriate estimation, allocation, coordination, spending, and distribution of all program resources, including monetary.
    • Program effectiveness is regularly assessed and evaluated to ensure follow-up on program review/audit.
    • Promote World Vision International’s core values of stewardship throughout the Area Program and Operations areas.
    • Negotiates with the Technical Program Managers on a realistic local implementation plan and adaptation, including budget and technical support as required
    • Provides oversight to ensure the integrated monitoring plan includes children as part of the program/ Sponsorship integrated plan design process (including Integrated Activity Plan).
    • Promotes establishment of children’s rights networks and support policy that seeks to change structures and systems that jeopardize the right of children in coordination with advocacy.
    • Ensure Most Vulnerable Children assessment and mapping are done within the program area and ensure their involvement and benefiting from technical project interventions/ models.

    Resource acquisition

    • Submit proposals for startup funding and preposition World Vision Mongolia to address child wellbeing issues in the province / urban context.
    • Coordinate and support the Grant Acquisition Management team on the development of quality proposals/ concepts to contribute towards the well-being of the Most Vulnerable Children within the province area.
    • Guide and direct to mobilize of resources effectively and efficiently
    • Ensure corporate and other private donor engagement

    Liaison/ Networking

    • Develop and maintain good relationships with major (government/private) donors and World Vision Support Offices, including planning how to approach donors (government/private donors and support offices); streamlining strategic dialogues, and overseeing the implementation process.
    • Develop and maintain good relationships with National Office departments on Learning through Evaluation with Accountability and Planning-3 Technical Approaches/Programs, Humanitarian & Emergency Affairs, Sponsorship, and Advocacy. To participate in related events as appropriate.
    • Act as a role model in advocating/promoting the organization and stakeholder transformation to World Vision’s principles and vision.
    • Manage donor concerns (government/private donors and support offices) ensuring proper resolutions for both parties have been reached.
    • Initiate and maintain regular contact with other International non-government organizations, local non-government organizations, and government officials to obtain experience and coordinate information regarding current and future works within the province area
    • World Vision International Mongolia represented through coordination, liaison, and building collaborative relationships with donors, other Non-government organizations, government authorities, and other stakeholders and partners
    • Maintain strong networking/ partnerships with Support Offices

    Reporting and Knowledge Management

    • Timely submission of Area programs’ reports compiling Development Facilitators’ reports and providing information for annual/ semiannual reporting to the Support Office
    • Ensure financial reports and explanations of Technical Programs are adequately prepared and reported
    • Ensures relevant information is made available for technical program reports.
    • Ensures monitoring info is used to improve program performance. 
    • Manages Area program data on the Horizon system
    • Manages annual Area program-wide reviews.
    • Leads the process of continuous learning of Area program s’ staff on Development program approach, program quality, humanitarian action, and development aspects.
    • Capture the program information and success stories, best practices, and lessons learned
    • Communicate effectively World Vision’s identity mission, vision, values, and approach to work in contextually appropriate ways


    Minimum education, training, and experience requirements to qualify for the position

    • • University degree in Social science, Business Administration, or related fields
    • • Project management certification is preferred
    • • IELTS certificate or equal certificates if preferred
    • • Minimum 3-5 years of work experience in Program/Project Development with a thorough understanding of all areas of program/project management cycles in a complex context or international organization.
    • • Experience in a leadership role of at least 2-3 years
    • • Conceptual understanding of and commitment to development work, especially Christian, child-focused, community-based development concepts, approaches, and processes.
    • • Knowledge and understanding of key aspects of development work; including health, education, economic development, food security, cross-cutting themes (e.g. gender, protection, environment, disability), and integration of advocacy and disaster management in development programming.
    • • Demonstrated track record in proposal development, funding acquisitions, and grant management for major government donors preferred
    • • Good verbal and written skills are essential in both Mongolian and English
    • • Ability to work with a team and provide timely support to the staff
    • • Ability to work on tight deadlines and take multitask
    • • Strong interpersonal, negotiation, and problem-solving skills

    Please send the below documents to recruitment_mongolia@wvi.org

    • CV
    • Cover Letter
    • Application From
    • Copy of Diploma(s)
    • Copy of ID card

    Address: 4th floor, Somang Plaza Building, 13 khoroolol, 15th khoroo, Bayanzurkh District.     

    Phone: 70155323 – 124, 125 and 128       

    Note: Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for further process.                       

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