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CARE’s 5-year Business Plan for DRC focuses on four complimentary axes: Economic Justice, Food, Water Nutrition, Gender Justice, and Health and SRHR. All our programs’ axes are designed to strengthen gender equality, increase resilience and inclusive governance. CARE is keen on localization, and as such we implement our programs in partnership with many actors.

The Humanitarian coordinator provides overall supervision and support to the humanitarian project managers to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of humanitarian projects. In addition to direct management support, the post-holder fulfills a key coordination role, working closely with the humanitarian project managers to ensure each project is implemented in a timely and quality manner. This includes facilitation of required support services for each project through coordination with appropriate units (HR, procurement, admin, logistics). It also includes regular review of progress with PMs (Project Mangers) against agreed implementation plans and consensus building around solutions to improve bottlenecks or challenges encountered during implementation. S/he is required to participate in regular review of financial progress and provides support to the teams in implementing corrective actions to address pipeline issues.


1.Staff Management.

Create a collaborative and conducive work environment for team members with the aim of strengthening teamwork and job satisfaction.

2.Program Implementation and compliance.

Ensure that teams are conducting regular monitoring activities through regular field trips and undertaking periodic reviews to follow up on the status of implementation.

3.Financial Management.

Work with the humanitarian projects managers to monitor burn rates and ensure CARE and its implementing partners employ timely and appropriate corrective action to address delays of a technical and financial nature.

4.Networking and Representation.

Liaise with key stakeholders through cluster framework (donors, government officials, etc.) and represent CARE DRC in policy fora and workshops at national and regional level as required.


·Bachelor’s degree in international relations, Social Sciences, Nutrition, WASH, Disaster Management or combination of education and work experience

·A minimum of 5 years of relevant experience with reputable organisations in similar roles

·Proficiency in verbal and written English, proposal development, strategic and operational planning, budget planning and management, monitoring and evaluation, report writing.

·Proficiency in standard office software package.

·Good interpersonal communication skill and ability to effectively liaise with government, community leaders and other stakeholders.

·Must communicate in both written and spoken English and French fluently.

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