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The Shelter Coordinator (SC) is responsible for the overall direction and performance of the Shelter program portfolio. The range of duties include playing a critical role in defining the sector’s programs principles, objectives and operational strategies; setting standards for project implementation, monitoring and evaluation; overseeing project planning and budgeting; giving technical assistance to staff (or recruiting and hiring specialists as needed for various projects); ensuring collaboration with counterpart agencies; representing the CO to external organizations. The WC will be responsible for new project development starting with the identification of program initiatives appropriate to both the sector and country strategies, all the way through submission of quality proposals. The SC assure collaboration and synergies among projects within the sector as well as between this sector and the Cash and Livelihoods, Gender, WASH and Food and NFI sectors.
This position is expected to be for 6 months.
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