Use your expertise and experience in inclusive community development to help shape the vital work and future direction of CBM Global Disability Inclusion; a dynamic INGO working alongside people with disabilities in the world’s poorest places to fight poverty and exclusion and transform lives.
The Country Programme Manager is responsible and accountable for the programme components of CBM Global’s Country Plan. As the leader of the Programme team in country, this is a central and strategic role. Success requires working in close collaboration with partners, Thematic Teams and Member Associations to develop, win support for and ensure effective delivery of a growing portfolio of programme work, across all three vehicles of change detailed in the organisation’s programmatic strategy. S/he will ensure high standards, in line with our Programme Quality Framework and the development and maintenance of effective and authentic partnerships in line with our Approach to Partnership. S/he will establish strong capacity in project design, proposal development, effective project implementation, monitoring, evaluation and learning within CBM’s Country Office and partners.
Responsibilities and Duties
As a member of the Country Programme Senior Management Team, support the Country Director with the overall leadership of the Country Programme.
Provide programmatic leadership in the development and implementation of the Country Plan.
Lead the Programmes team within the country Team. Clearly articulate a compelling vision and direction for the team. Inspire and direct the team towards achieving this vision. Build team performance through management, coaching and mentoring.
Build and maintain authentic partnerships with stakeholders, in particular with the disability movement, ensuring our work reflects and is responsive to the needs of people with disabilities. Foster a model and approach to partnership that aligns with and supports our partnership principles.
Working with partners, Thematic Teams and Member Associations, lead the development of a coherent portfolio of programme work, across all vehicles of change detailed in CBM Global’s programmatic strategy. Champion an approach that embraces CBM Global’s operating model; programme quality framework; and partnership with the disability movement.
Identify funding opportunities for CBM Global’s work. Actively support fundraising and cost recovery and raise funds from in-country sources.
Work with and support partners to ensure effective and timely delivery of projects in line with required standards, objectives, activity plans and budgets. Ensure project reporting requirements are met in line with CBM Global and donor requirements, standards and timelines.
Foster a culture of learning and accountability by promoting the inclusion of good monitoring, evaluation, feedback and learning practices within projects. Support learning dissemination, and documentation of good practice cases.
Support the Finance Manager to ensure that programme and financial aspects of project design, budgeting and implementation go together.
Monitor in-country calls for proposals from institutional donors and support the Country Director in building focused relationships with representatives of such donors and other NGOs with whom CBM Global can collaborate.
Advocate, champion and model disability inclusion to promote inclusion of people with disabilities in their communities and in all aspects of society.
Ensure that all children and adults who come into contact with CBM’s programmes, are safeguarded to the greatest extent possible. Comply with all aspects of the CBM Global Safeguarding policy and associated standards and procedures.
More details are available on the Recruitment Pack, which you can find in the link below.