Field Office Management and Control-Develop a decentralized structure more in line with the Program needs. Provide oversight and guidance to Field Coordinators. This support should focus upon all aspects of field office control and efficiency.-Work in collaboration with the Security Manager to ensure that field staff are well trained and operating in compliance with the Security Management Plan. -Develop and maintain a management information system that effectively captures performance data from country and field offices. Work with Finance Coordinator, Director of Programs and Country Director to proactively identify, analyze and respond to trends either through reinforcement or corrective action.-Participate in the development and/or review of new proposals, operating plans and strategic plans ensuring that the views and needs of field staff are captured and reflected.
Financial Planning and Cost Control-The Director of Operations has management supervision for the finance and accounting functions, implemented through general controllership, staff management and training, The head of the Finance Department reports to the position. -The position holder will coordinate the development of the annual operating budget and periodically review it throughout the fiscal year;-The position holder will provide input to the Country Director on potential areas of concern related to: operations spending; effectiveness of in-country reporting and planning and adherence to financial requirements.-As requested by the Country Director, he/she will provide input to audit issues and corrective action plans.
Human Resources and Administration Management-Through collaboration with Program function, ensure that each team is staffed appropriately according to need and funding availability. Assure staff hiring is executed efficiently and in compliance to national labor law and IMC policy.-Lead the HR department to implement effective staff training programs, initiatives related to staff retention and nationalization strategies to maximize use of staff capacity and resources.-Verify that human resources policies and procedures are documented, disseminated and consistently applied. Ensure that compliance monitoring processes are developed and effectively implemented.
Supply Chain & Procurement ManagementVerify that country supply chain policies are appropriate, documented, disseminated and required compliance monitoring processes are effective. This should be achieved through the prioritization of ongoing and systematic field monitoring visits.Work with program staff to ensure procurement planning, identification of operational support needs and transition planning. Assist supply chain staff in working effectively with other units to respond through planning and resource utilization.
Coordination & RepresentationEnsure proactive communication within the Regional Structure, Split Support Departments and London office as appropriate.Actively promote PSEA (Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse) standards within International Medical Corps and amongst beneficiaries served by International Medical CorpsEnsure application and compliance of security protocols and policies
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