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Accra, Ghana

Job Summary

AECOM is preparing for a potential upcoming USAID/OTI project in the country of Chad. The Regional Program Manager (RPM) will report to the Chief of Party and manage the development of the overall regional program strategy and review of activity ideas generated by AECOM staff, local partners, and international organizations. The RPM will oversee the implementation and monitoring of each activity idea and clusters of activities from conception through closure, and ensure that activities, activity documentation, and monitoring and evaluation reports are accurately captured and shared with the central office.

S/he will also supervise enforcement of proper financial, procurement, administrative, and policies and procedures and reporting of the field office are followed.

Directly supervise program implementation staff to identify local grantees and partners, consultants, and other program implementers, and develop targeted, high-impact activities which meet the objectives of the program;

Supervise and ensure proper preparation and filing of all activity documents, updating of the activities database, and ensuring all necessary documents are uploaded to OTI/Anywhere and that hard- and soft-copy files are established, updated, and complete;

Undertake analysis of the context to develop program activities and strategies in the region and Chad in collaboration with the Chief of Party, activity management team staff, and USAID/OTI;

Ensure that the field offices maintain compliance with USAID regulations and AECOM policies and procedures with regard to activity implementation, procurement, financial management and overall office management.

Support all field office staff to effectively manage and distribute the workload and priorities through effective collaboration and team work; prepare financial projections for TAP activities and operations expenses in close coordination with the COP and operations staff;

Minimum Requirements

Have a minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years professional experience (including at least one to two years of supervisory experience) working in complex, insecure, and challenging field operational contexts;

Have demonstrable prior working experience on donor-funded programs; it is highly desirable that this include experience post-conflict/post political crisis transition programming;

Have demonstrable prior work experience in programs requiring community-level engagement;

Demonstrated supervisory experience;

A Bachelor’s degree or higher in a relevant field is required;

Demonstrated capacities in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access and web-based information management tools.

Fluency in English and French is required.

Preferred Qualifications

Experience in Chad.

What We Offer

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