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This position requires your strength in ensuring result-driven processes and your profound knowledge in good governance and respective standard frameworks. You will advise and coordinate the development of an agreed Global Standard for CSO Accountability, proactively consult with various stakeholders and support the project management as well as internal and external communication and representation of the project! As a fantastic candidate you have proven experience in advisory positions for multi-stakeholder initiatives, ideally in a cross-cultural set-up and manage to build strong relationships with the international accountability community.
As the Project Director of this international multi-stakeholder process you will provide inspiring, culturally sensitive leadership as well as excellent project management services to the diverse partners involved. As an excellent candidate have a proven track record of managing complex collaborative efforts across cultures and know how to keep vision and determination for collective success alive! You are a strategic thinker and pragmatic manager who will be in charge of the entire project management including budget planning. You will oversee the accurate implementation reporting as well as M+E and build internal and external communication strategies, promoting the recognition of the Global Standard for CSO Accountability globally.
The Country Representative is to provide strategic leadership to WaterAid’s Mozambican Country Programme and to contribute to the global leadership of the organisation. S/he empowers and develops staff and partners to influence and support public and private institutions to improve policies, processes, financing and practice to deliver on this focusing particularly on empowering the poorest and most excluded - therefore contributing to wider poverty reduction and human development.
This role requires a manager who is strategic and who has the foresight and operational understanding to be the country director’s Number two. While an understanding of finance is important, your real skills are in leadership, managing and coaching people, along with the kind of capability which gives reassurance to senior managers and confidence to other team members. In an environment that can be insecure and uncertain, you will be able to manage risks and undertake audits—as well as being able to foresee and mitigate budget gaps as grants move through their cycles.