Job Requirements


Bachelor’s degree

Work experience:

5 years

Language skills:


Job Summary

Contract Type:

Full time

Due to expansion in scope of our programmes, we are now seeking for a qualified and passionate individual willing to share in our vision and join the team in the following role.

Position: Project Manager – ANCP Project

Report to: Program Manager

Location: Yumbe District

Purpose of the position:

To manage the project teams, ensure technical oversight and delivery of the different project components, prepares work plans and budgets, guidelines and supervises field teams, procurement, internal reporting, external liaison etc. The Project Manager works closely with leadership structures of both refugees and host communities (District Natural Resources Office, Agricultural office, Community Development Office, LC, RWC, religious and traditional leaders) in regard to livelihoods, environment and natural resources management. The Project Manager under the direct supervision of the Programme Manager – Yumbe, will ensure that activities are approved, implemented, monitored and reported according to agreed project plans in line with the donor and World Vision Uganda (WVU) policies. The Project Manager will be directly involved in the implementation of project activities and will be based in Yumbe District.

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Natural Resources, Environmental Sciences, Forestry, Agro-Forestry, Agriculture or other relevant field is a requirement (post-graduate degree is an advantage).

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in field-based programme management roles working in natural resources, environment and food security with International NGOs or local government.

  • At least five years’ experience working with vulnerable communities and familiarity with humanitarian programming and implementation

  • Experience with relevant technical models such as farmer managed natural regeneration approach, Village Savings & Loans, Local Value Chain Development and Ultra-Poor Graduation Model.

  • Broad knowledge and understanding of emerging sustainable and appropriate natural resource management practices, energy technologies and renewable energy

  • Broad knowledge of supporting a comprehensive approach to biodiversity, community participatory approaches, disaster risk reduction and/or climate change.

  • Extensive experience of working in natural resources, environmental management, climate change, mitigation and adaptation

  • Experience in Programme Designing, Assessments, Monitoring & Evaluation.

  • Acquaintance with donor relations and evidence based programing

  • Capacity in relationship management/networking, leadership and coordination is essential.

  • Good interpersonal skills, strong communication skills, both verbal and written.

  • Proven conceptual & analytical skills, ability to take an evidence-based approach to program design.

  • Proven facilitation skills and track record demonstrating high integrity, innovativeness, creativity, reliability and dependable

  • Proactive personality, self-driven and strongly motivated.

  • Track record of success in grant fundraising, including donor relations and proposal writing.

  • Team player, Self-motivator, able to work with limited supervision;

  • Effective in written and verbal communication in English. Ability to communicate in applicable local language(s) is an added advantage

  • Track record demonstrating high integrity, innovativeness, creativity, reliability and dependable

  • Proactive personality, self-driven and strongly motivated.

  • Spiritual maturity, interfaith knowledge and a biblical worldview – ability to articulate and model our Christian identity and mission in an inclusive way.

  • Demonstration of well-developed interpersonal skills, excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.

  • Ensure a gender perspective in the scope of work and passion for children.



Project Implementation and sustainability

  • Implements activities as described in project proposal based on WVU country policy

  • Take lead in project planning, budgeting, implementation and monitoring of progress in line with donor requirements.

  • Responsible for financial cash flow planning and expenditure monitoring, approval of expenditures and related cost allocations, on the basis of approved project budgets.

  • Human Resource Management (at individual- and team level) for all staff and volunteers under the Project.

  • Supervision and periodical evaluation of the performance of the staff members of project Team.

  • Maintaining effective coordination and working relations with donors and other relevant stakeholders at field level

Implement Design and assessment

  • Leading and facilitating project assessment and designing of new project activities

  • Developing and administer Assessment and design Terms of Reference (ToR) and data collection tools

  • Conducting collection of primary and secondary data, analyzed to inform assessment for potential interventions in the target communities

  • Facilitate capacity building of partners on Design, operations research and documentation.

  • Facilitate participation and engagement of the community, partners and government officials to learn about Child Wellbeing Situations.

  • Facilitating community to identify and shared vision, objectives and approaches contribute to sustainable environment and natural resources management

  • Conducting analyzing of root causes, assets/Resources, and existing efforts that that contributes to child wellbeing

Community engagement and advocacy

  • Take overall lead in the coordination of field livelihood level activities

  • Facilitating community to develop community level (Community Summit) activities

  • Develop farmer’s capacity to improve production and productivity of selected enterprises of desired quality by the market through demonstrations to farmer’s

  • Mobilize and facilitate engagements of stakeholders during planning and development meetings, workshops and other fora.

  • Ensure integration of project with other ongoing Resilience and Livelihood activities including that of World Vision and government.

Stakeholders engagement, networking and collaboration

  • Engagement with key stakeholders for influence, learning and resource development

  • Actively represent WVU in key inter-agency fora.

  • Engage and build relationships with key partners and government counterparts.

  • Work with the Programme Manager to identify partners who will support the implementation of the project within the project area.

  • Network and collaborate with District Local Government, OPM, UNHCR and other relevant stakeholders in the Project Area.

Documentation, reporting and knowledge management

  • Writes and submits comprehensive quarterly progress reports, specific activity reports, and any other reports when necessary to supervisor in a timely manner.

  • Reporting – monthly and quarterly financial reporting, including realization of activities versus budget utilization; narrative and financial project reporting;

  • Semiannual and Annual reviews of progress towards project objectives;

  • Take lead in documentation and sharing of Impact, success stories and best practices to promote learning.

  • Organize quarterly review meetings for partners and communities at the project sites to reflect on project approaches, tools, impact of interventions, best practices, exit and sustainability strategies as well as create spaces and opportunities for action-learning

Child Protection and Wellbeing

  • Monitor the wellbeing and child abuse cases and report any incidents in line with child protection policy and guidelines.

  • Work with local leaders to protect children from child violations and abuses

  • Sensitize children including most vulnerable, guardians/parents and other stakeholders about children’s rights and responsibilities.

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