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Mar 092018
 

Organization: Food for the Hungry
Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo
Closing date: 20 Mar 2018

The DCOP is to support the Chief of Party in providing leadership in the management and implementation of a USAID Title II Food for Peace funded Development Food Security Activity (DFSA). This position will be responsible to support the management and oversight of the project, this includes leading the preparation of sector work plans, monitoring project progress, timely delivery of all reporting and deliverables, ensure performance quality, and compliance with USAID requirements, rules and regulations and FH internal requirements.

Responsibilities
Key Result #1 – Program Leadership.
Key Result #2 – Management and Administration.
Key Result #3 – Representation and Coordination.
Key Result #4 – Human Resource Management.

A resume and an application are required to apply for this position. This position will close to applications on March 20, 2018. For a complete version of the job description, qualifications, and to apply, access our Career page: https://www.fh.org/about/careers/

FH benefits include (Int’l):
Insurance – Health, Disability, Life
Paid holidays, vacation, & sick leave
Pension, after one year of service
Professional development and continuing education opportunities

Values, Vision, and Purpose
At Food for the Hungry, we operate under a set of guiding principles we call “The Heartbeat.” This includes our Values, Vision, and Purpose, which serve as the explanation of who we are and how we work as an organization. Together we follow God’s call responding to human suffering and graduating communities from extreme poverty.

How to apply:

For a complete version of the job description, qualifications, and to apply, access our Career page: https://www.fh.org/about/careers/

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