انضم لفريق العمل

بانضمامك لفريق عمل جمعية وطنية هذا يعني أنك ستكون جزء من كيان له دور في تطوير منظومة رعاية الأطفال والشباب الذين حرموا من نعمة الأسرة.

نحن جمعية أهلية مشهرة بوزارة التضامن الاجتماعي منذ 2008، إدارة العمل لدينا يختلف عن إدارة الجمعيات الخيرية، فهو أقرب إلى إدارة الأعمال نسعى إلى دائما أن نقدمه بالاحترافية والمهنية ويعرف هذا النموذج بريادة الأعمال التنموية.

نؤمن في جمعية وطنية بالمنهجية العلمية والتخصص في جميع المجالات، كما نؤمن بتعزيز روح الأسرة بين أفراد العمل.

إعلانات وظائف خالية

  • Project Manager – “Care Leavers’ Independence”
    Background

    Economic independence and the transition to adulthood is challenging for all youth. It is even more so for underprivileged youth who are about to exit institutional homes and who are used to being taken care of, while having to deal with lots of social stigma and rejection. It is estimated that there are over 2 million children without parental care in Egypt for a broad variety of reasons, including being in conflict with the law or rejected by their family. According to the Ministry of Social Solidarity in Egypt, there are around 500 registered institutional homes.

    Wataneya Society is registered as an NGO since 2008 and will be launching a five-year project “Care Leavers’ Independence” funded by Drosos foundation.

    About the Project
    • Project Title: “Care Leavers’ Independence”
    • Project Duration: Five Years
    • Designed & Executed By: Wataneya Society for the Development of Orphanages https://wataneya.org/
    • Funded By: Drosos Foundation https://drosos.org/
    Summary of Project

    Overall Goal: Youth who have been in care homes are successfully integrated into society and able to access socio economic opportunities. To fulfil the project overall goal, the project has three main specific objectives with clear results and activities:

    S.O.1 Care-leavers have the capacity and skills to make a successful transition to independence
    This objective focuses on making change on the individual level with 500 youth. Wataneya will design and supervise the delivery of personal development and employability skills programs to enable the children without parental care, from 14 to 18+ years old, for independence through collaborating with implementing partners. The programs will include personal development, basic life skills and employability skills in addition to providing psychosocial support. The personal development and life skills component will include self-discovery, planning, self-awareness, communication skills…etc.
    Through its network with the private sector, Wataneya will place target youth in career development programs sponsored by private sector partners that are willing to provide the youth with internships or job opportunities after accomplishing the program.
    The outcome of these programs is to develop a well-structured curriculum for after-care for institutionalized children and youth to be shared with The Ministry of Social Solidarity (MoSS) and other NGOs working in the field.

    Moreover, a leadership program will be delivered by Wataneya for a selected group of youth, 60 youth, to create change agents from these youth to represent and support their peers.

    S.O.2 Institutional homes have adapted their systems and mind sets to qualify care leavers for independence
    In order to ensure sustainability and scale up, Wataneya will work at the institutional level in SO2. Using the same approach adopted in its previous project in partnership with Drosos Foundation, Wataneya will build 20 success models by developing their capacity and practices so that they can prepare and qualify the children for independence once they have to leave home. This will be done through several interventions targeting the management and staff of the institutional homes, and the systems and procedures deployed.

    S.O.3 An enabling and inclusive environment supports reintegration of care-leavers
    For these efforts to bear fruit, the ecosystem needs to be improved to provide better opportunities for the care leavers to succeed in living independently. For this reason, Wataneya will focus in SO3 on advocating for an enhanced eco-system to support care leavers, with MoSS, other civil society players, and the private sector. Wataneya will also leverage its strong position of trust among stakeholders to facilitate the mobilization of resources and organization of efforts to provide the basic needs for care leavers, such as housing and subsistence income for a period of time, until the youth are able to live independently and have secured a sustainable income. During this phase, they will also need the support of mentors and advisors to guide them professionally, socially, and emotionally. Wataneya will also liaise with multiple players to enable the provision of this support for care leavers.

    Reports to

    Deputy Executive Director

    Duties and Responsibilities
    • Ensures that the project team and relevant stakeholders are identified and are well-oriented on the project document and the project’s logical framework analysis (LFA);
    • Ensures that project interventions are coherent and results-oriented (versus activity /output oriented);
    • Ensures that project is on track technically, financially and timeline and that the timeliness and the progress of the project is contributing to the realization of the intended project outcomes and impact;
    • Supervises the overall implementation of the work plan and ensure its timely and effective implementation;
    • Facilitates the process and the development of activities’ plan with project team/ consultants and different stakeholders;
    • Ensures proper selection process (i.e. develop TORs and job descriptions) of trainers, consultants, staff according to the projects’ needs;
    • Responsible for managing the external consultant; i.e. to develop and implement a comprehensive Monitoring and Evaluation system to supervise project implementation;
    • Develops sustainability and fundraising strategies in coordination with the External Relations Department;
    • Networks with other entities and relevant stakeholder including all necessary government authorities in coordination with the Deputy Executive Director;
    • Handles all communications with Drosos Foundation;
    • Participates in the development of concept papers, project proposals;
    • Performs other duties to ensure smooth project implementation as required and the timely and effective implementation of the work plan.

    Financial Tasks

    • Manages project fund, oversees the preparation of financial reports in English and reviews and signs the final revised financial progress reports including budget revisions and requests for budget reallocations and other project related budgets.
    • Prepares requests for payment orders and follows up with the Finance Manager that payments have been made.
    • Responsible for installment transfer from Drosos Foundation;
    • Keeps track of the budget, and liaise with the Finance Manager;
    • Ensures financial reports are submitted by the Finance Manager.

    Job Requirements

    Education
    • A Bachelor degree in developmental or social studies.
    • Master’s degree in a relevant field is an asset.
    Relevant Experience
    • 10 -15 years’ work experience in development.
    • Previous experience in managing projects and teams.
    • At least 2 years’ experience in relation to monitoring and evaluation.
    • Has previous experience in relation to donor-funded projects; i.e. in a senior position or has managed budgets /grants before.
    Technical Knowledge/Skills/Training Required
    • Good knowledge of Rights- based approach and child protection mechanisms.
    • Knowledge of results-based management approach.
    • Fundraising experience.
    • Preferably has knowledge in relation to orphans and juveniles cause.
    • Preferably has knowledge in advocacy and working with local authorities.
    Language Ability

    Fluent in both Arabic and English (ability to write formal correspondences, proposal, etc in both languages).

    Competencies
    • Cause oriented.
    • Proactive, creative and self-motivated.
    • Excellent computer skills.
    • Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills.
    • Ability to work within a team.
    • Ability to manage, supervise, delegate and mentor a team.
    • Excellent communication skills and ability to deal with different stakeholders; governmental, private sector, donor agencies, and local partners.
    • Excellent in proposal writing.
    • Creative and able to take initiatives.
    • Flexible and adaptable to changing circumstances.
    Documents To Be Submitted

    Resume
    A brief description of why do you consider yourself the most suitable for the position.

    Please send above needed documents on info@wataneya.org, mentioning the job title in the email subject line.
    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.