|7 August 2022||Leadership & Management||Mogadishu-Somalia||Full Time||FCA|
Project Coordinator-Local Governance, Mogadishu – Somalia-National Position (1 Position)
Project Coordinator-Local Governance
locally hired position
Area of Operation:
Starting in September 2022, 1 Year with the possibility of extension
FCA works to enable people to break the circle of poverty and violence. We are a rights-based actor, a Finnish organization with 70 years of experience, with operations in 15 countries. FCA is Finland’s largest NGO in development cooperation and second largest provider of disaster relief. Our action is guided by international human rights standards and principles. We realize our mission and vision through development cooperation, humanitarian assistance and advocacy work. We contribute to positive change by supporting people in the most vulnerable situations within fragile and disaster-affected areas. We consider three thematic areas as central to sustainable change: the right to peace (R2P), livelihood (R2L) and quality education (R2QE).
In Somalia and Somaliland FCA has been working under a right to peace thematic areas since 2008 including governance and reconciliation projects and later has expanded in quality education (R2QE) thematic area.
Primary purpose of the position:
The position will support the Project Manager in the coordination and management of the anticipated Strengthening democratic and inclusive local governance in Somalia (STRONG) project, as well as for the contribution and support to the execution of Right to Peace deliverables. The coordinator is expected to introduce and manage innovative approaches for inclusive state building in line with Wadajir frame work. The coordinator will play a key role in establishing and maintaining sound working relationships and partnerships with ministry of interior state level government relevant actors, civil society organizations, local and international NGO partners. The Position will report to the Project Manager
Please apply by using the link no later than on 7th August 2022. Female candidates are encouraged to apply. Applicants will be short-listed and contacted for an interview on a progressive basis.
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