GAIN Mozambique is currently recruiting a Deputy Country Director (DCD) to oversee financial, human resources, communications, security and administrative/logistical operations.
The Deputy Country Director will own the operational aspects of the Mozambique business plan, ensuring effective and efficient adherence to, and tracking of business plan operational, HR and financial objectives to support the strategic vision of the country programme.
S/He will provide strategic and effective day-to-day management of Operations; while overseeing the performance of organizational systems and ensuring partnership building on operational issues. The DCD will advise the Country Director (CD) and Mozambique Management Committee (MMC) on operational issues affecting country programme delivery and overall operations.
S/He will identify approaches and modalities to achieve management targets and increased cost-effectiveness; while promoting regular internal and external communication to share knowledge and learning and active participation in the success of the country programme.
The DCD oversees security management, health and safety for GAIN staff within the country.
In the event where the Country Director is absent, the DCD takes up the responsibilities of the CD
Tasks and responsibilities
Financial and Operations Management
People & Organisational Development
Internal controls and governance support
Logistics and General Administration
Key organisational relationships
WHAT GAIN OFFERS
How to apply
To apply for this role, kindly send through a Microsoft Word version of your CV and a cover letter detailing why you are suited to this role. Please mark it for the attention of Javier Martín Cantera, email address: [email protected]. Please subject your email with the following reference: Gain_DCD_MZ
Please note that the interview dates for this role will be confirmed with you should your application be successful.
Red Sea is committed to meeting the standards set out in their Equality and Diversity recruitment policy; this includes not discriminating under the Equality Act 2010 and building an accurate picture of the make-up of the workforce in encouraging equality and diversity.