The Alliance of Mayors Initiative for Community Action on HIV /AIDS (AMICAALL) through funding from CANGO will be implementing an HIV Prevention Program targeting priority Key Population groups - (MSM, FSW, PWIDs and Transport Workers) in ESwatini, AMICAALL therefore has open vacancies for suitable candidates for the following positions:
1. PROJECT COODINATOR
(1) Reports to: Head of Programs
The Project Coordinator will provide direct oversight and coordination to the implementation of the HIV prevention Project including planning, managing, supervision, and communication of program activities. She/he will work closely with the M&E Officer to ensure consistency in reporting and monitoring,
• Provide leadership in the development of annual operational plans and annual budgets 1 • Provide leadership in planning of the implementation of all program activities in accordance with the goals of the 1 • Develop an annual activity based budget and operating plan to support the program in collaboration with finance team. ill • Ensure compliance to policies, procedures and implementation quality standards • Develop logical framework for the project in collaboration with M&E team • Provide technical assistance to project teams to ensure effective and efficient implementation on the ground • Monitor implementation of the workplan and budget and institutional strengthening plans • Ensure collaboration with partner organizations, Government Departments and CANGO Program Team.
• Bachelor's degree in Social Sciences or related discipline • Minimum of 5 years' experience on HIV Programs (experience working with Key Populations an added advantage). Two years must have been at program management level • Experience managing donor funded projects • Proficiency in the use of computer • Fluent in both SiSwati and English • At least 3 years driving experience
Interested applicants should submit their covering letter and Resume with certified copies of their academic certificates. Application can be either hand delivered at the NCO LaMvelase building Mancini or email to The National Director AMICAALL amicaallncoPgmail.com Further correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates.
CANGO is a membership-based non-governmental organisation (NGO) operating in the Kingdom of Swaziland with a membership base of over 70 NGOs. CANGO is a registered NGO established in 1983 originally as a network of Primary Healthcare NGOs. Members of CANGO consists of NGOs/FBOs/CBOs registered in Swaziland, whose orientation is not to make profit, subscribe annually to CANGO and construct the General Membership.
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