Duration of Employment: Two (Years) with posibility of extension
Location: Port Loko, Sierra Leone
Number of Post: 1 (One)
Application Instructions: Submit CV and Cover Letter to email@example.com with “Base Manager” in Subject Line.
Concern Worldwide is a nongovernmental, international, humanitarian organisation dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the ultimate elimination of extreme poverty in the world’s poorest countries. In Sierra Leone Concern Worldwide programmes focus on health, education and livelihood improvements in the framework of addressing challenges in relation to lack of (or low return on) assets, inequality and risk and vulnerability. Concern Worldwide has been operational in Sierra Leone since 1996. Programme implementation is based in two areas, namely Tonkolili District and urban and peri-urban areas in Freetown and the surrounding the Western Area.
The Position holder will provide day to day support to the implementation of the Base by ensuring that the systems (logistics, administration, HR and finance) are functioning in accordance to the needs of the programme.
Promote accountability and ensure compliance with Concern’s Code of Conduct and Associated Policies (Programme Participants Protection Policy, Child Safeguarding Policy, Anti-trafficking Policy), Anti-Fraud Policy and Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS), including the complaint and response mechanism (CRM), to ensure maximum protection of programme participants and the efficient and transparent use of Concern’s resources.>
Promote Equality, especially gender, within the organization and across programmes, in line with Concern’s Equality Policy and, and ensures targeting and project implementation is informed by How Concern Understands Extreme Poverty (HCUEP).
Promote and protect the reputation of Concern in external settings, ensuring that the organisation’s experience and expertise is well communicated and consistently presented, and that we are looked upon as a professional organization, guided by organizational policies and Concern’s Code of Conduct
Logistics, Finance and Administration:
Human Resources management:
Communications and ICT systems support:
CVs from University leavers in Sierra Leone are welcome and will be considered for entry level positions and for internships. When submitting your CV for open consideration, please accompany with a cover letter clearly indicating job interest.
All candidates must be able to work in the English Language. Applications are welcome from both within and outside Sierra Leone.