Save the Children is inviting applications from suitably qualified person to fill the position of ECHO Project Manager to be based in Mwanza. The Project Manager will work in collaboration with other consortium partners, delegates, national staff and volunteers, local health authorities and affected communities as part of a team within the mandate of the ECHO consortium as led by Save the Children in Southern Malawi. Due to the broad range of public health interventions that can be required in an emergency, the Project Manager’s duties/responsibilities will vary greatly in the event that the National Response interventions are revised or changed. He/she will work closely with the ECHO consortium members at all levels where practical while assisting relevant MOH and CHAM staff, volunteers and ECHO sub-partners to effectively implement the activities and achieve operational targets. The Project Manager will plan and implement together with the MOH/CHAM staff and volunteers to improve health facility and community health and reduce vulnerability of the beneficiaries and ensure timely implementation of activities under the operational plan of the Covid-19 Operation. The role will require a high level of resilience in a dynamic environment; mature leadership skills; focus combined with flexibility; horizontal cooperation and vertical stakeholder collaboration and networking, high level of initiative and multi-tasking ability; and excellent skills in relevant. The suitable candidate should be able to understand the scope of the role and set priorities within one month of taking up the job; and start delivering on key performance targets within three months.
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