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    2020-06-11 11:00 - 2020-06-25 17:30
    Ulaanbatar, Mongolia


    The Project aim is to reduce COVID-19 adverse impacts and to promote inclusive and equitable protection, livelihood, health, and nutrition opportunities for the most vulnerable households, especially mothers and children, through strengthened Local Civil Society Organizations and increased collaboration with Local Authorities.

    The Project Lead is to fully handle to oversee the work plan implementation and works with project staffs and field personnel, and local Civil Society Organizations. And Project Lead, provides strong communications services throughout the lifecycle of the project, ensuring the donor visibility and reporting requirements are met.



    • Coordinate the planning, implementation, and monitoring of the project in partnership with local government units, Civil Society Organizations community, inter-agency network, and other stakeholders
    • Initiate consultative planning, reflection, and feedback with project stakeholders
    • Facilitate effective teamwork, coordination and work planning among coordinators, officers, facilitators, and administrative staff to ensure program implementation as standard
    • Prepare project budgets in consultation with key partners for management and donor approval and ensure funds are spent in alignment with budgets on time
    • Monitor program expenditures, to ensure that they are within the project budget and per World Vision International Mongolian financial policies and donor’s (EU) requirements
    • Coordinating and managing donor visits at project areas


    • Ensure Donor visibility plan is developed and implemented in line with donor requirements
    • High contribution to project reporting is developed to a high-quality standard and is engaging for donor audiences
    • Prepare media release and report using Grant Project Factsheets and Updates
    • Lead the project team to have effective community engagement and mobilization process with the aim of ensuring community ownership by forming/building/strengthening Civil Society Organizations community /Community-Based Organizations/Committees
    • Manages effective monitoring at project target areas and collates & supply monitoring data to the Lead applicant, donors and National Office technical programs
    • Ensures monitoring information is used to improve project performance and made available for technical program reports
    • Supports, as required, to develop the grant project proposal & design


    • Provides strong and positive leadership to the project ensuring competent and motivated staff are hired and retained and high-performers identified and nurtured
    • Supports professional and personal development for project staff, with an emphasis on on-the-job coaching and facilitating ongoing action learning and reflection
    • Conducts frequent conversations with staff to support their performance and development ensuring WV’s performance management processes are followed
    • Facilitates and supports team understanding and mapping of potential partners, and building of collaborative relationships with local government and other community stakeholders
    • Takes a lead role in advocating/promoting the organization and stakeholder transformation according to the organization’s vision and core values
    • Ensures staff wellbeing and security is supported and promoted


    • Identifies new partners within and outside of the community and identifies how these partners can work together towards shared priorities for child well-being
    • Creates and maintains effective working relationships with the Integrated Programming, and all sectors and departments/units to enhance program team effectiveness
    • Builds and maintains relationships with other Non-Government Organizations, Civil Society
    • Organizations, local government officials, local churches, and community leaders
    • Engages in advocacy and represent Area Programs
    • Ensures program priorities and approaches are aligned with community, partners & donor’s requirement and standards
    • Involves donors & partners in key events/ milestones of the project


    • Contribute to the common goal and aspirations of the WVI Mongolia, be an active member of the team
    • Ensures staff and partners understand WV safeguarding & anti-corruption policies
    • Attends devotions and weekly chapel services and support spiritual nurture for his/her team.
    • Ensures project supports awareness-raising for prevention and reporting of child protection incidents occurs across the project area
    • Perform any other tasks assigned by Grant managers


    Minimum qualifications

    • A Bachelor degree or Master’s degree in the field of Public relations and Social Sciences
    • Relevant experience of project management or related field preferably in international Non-Government Organization or local Non-Government Organization
    • Strong familiarity with project management software tools, methodologies, and best practices
    • Experience seeing projects through the full life cycle
    • Excellent analytical skills
    • Strong interpersonal skills and extremely resourceful
    • Proven ability to complete projects according to outlined scope, budget, and timeline
    • Excellent command of English both written and spoken.
    • Excellent written and verbal skills, with strong technical skills in writing, interviewing
    • Understanding of and commitment to World Vision Core Values

    Preferred Skills, Knowledge, and Experience

    • High passion and dedication to human beings, especially vulnerable people.
    • Willingness to work as a team and get along with others.
    • Strong organizational and management skills, with a proven track record of managing a team
    • Strong problem solving, interpersonal and communication skills
    • Ability to demonstrate servant leadership and foster a team-oriented atmosphere
    • Integrity, honesty, and accountability to both the team and the community
    • Able to make quick decisions as needed
    • Proven experience in crisis/risk communication
    • Proven experience in writing project proposals

    Work Environment

    The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically up to 30% of the time to rural areas.

    Send following materials to recruitment_mongolia@wvi.org :

    1. Application Form 
    2. National Identification Card
    3. CV 
    4. Cover Letter 
    5. Copy of Diploma 

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