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14 Dec
Project Officer
  • With an understanding of the political, social and economic environment of assigned project(s) and in collaboration with internal and external project stakeholders, partners, and experts, ensure that the project(s) expected results are achieved.
  • Plan and organise assigned project activities in line with the project(s)' work plan to ensure timely implementation.
  • Initiate mobilisation of experts, consultants and contractors, goods and services, capacity building and grants schemes. Prepare inputs to Terms of References and specifications.
  • Support the management of consultant and procurement contracts, regularly monitoring expenditures and disbursements for the assigned project(s) to ensure that budget allocations are not exceeded. Take corrective action as required.
  • Contribute to substantive project content and prepare inputs to donor and other substantive reports.
  • Organise project events, meetings, workshops and other activities in line with project's work plan in the assigned area of work, identifying participants and resource persons.
  • Develop and maintain networks and partnerships to increase awareness of ICMPD's mission and contribute to resource mobilization activities.
  • Contribute to the review and assessment of project results by identifying and recording best practices and lessons learned.
  • Initiate knowledge gathering and knowledge building through the project activities.
  • Contribute to the development new project concepts and proposals, as requested.
  • Contribute to the development and maintenance of the project's external communications.
  • Participate in mapping exercises, both stand-alone and pertaining to RRF projects as needed, for the development of service catalogues and referral mechanisms managed by RRF.‚Äč