Mpamba Recharge & Win

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Job Purpose

The program National Coordinator will lead proactive all administrative and financial management duties of the Association of Spina-bifida and Hydrocephalus in Malawi (ASHMA) and will be involved into Program Management.

Organizational Relationship

Reports to: Board of trustees’ chairman

Responsible to: Association Board of trustees

Description of Duties

  • Support the association leadership structure development
  • Responsible for official communication with donors. association leaders and partners and regional members
  • Ensure and carry out proper planning, implementation and evaluation of activities according to agreed project and other plans and available resources
  • Coordination of all activities implemented by the association and or jointly by project partners or donors:
    • Regularly visit regional funded groups to monitor and build their capacity
    • Keep ongoing communication with regional partners
    • Ensure proper and timely reporting from partners
    • Prepare reports to donors according to donor requirements.
  • Develop and implement strategies for resource mobilisation and fundraising including proposal writing
  • Taking a leading role in Advocacy activities for the Association
  • Financial management
    • Ensure and carry out on time and effective payments of program bills
    • Prepare budget in collaboration with the Association board
    • Prepare and supervise project budget contracts and release of funds with regional members
    • Arrange for in- and external audits.
  • Human Resource Management
    • Appraisal of staff employed by the Association
    • Organisation of staff issues (Leave. Off. Sick days, work plans, work ethic)
    • Responsible to organise staff and board meetings
    • Supervise performance. conduct of staff
    • Coordinate hiring of staff, recruitment, consultants approved by board.
  • Office management
    • Responsible for proper function and maintenance of office, incl. equipment and assets
    • Filing, back up and sorting of all electronic documents
    • Archive all official documents safely – minutes, board files, memos, budgets, agreements and MOUs
    • Ensure and keep record of minutes during staff and other program meetings.
  • Facilitate trainings
  • Seek opportunities of personal and professional development as well as willingness to teach or train others

Knowledge, Skills and Qualifications:

  • University Degree in Administration/Human Resources/ Management/Programs planning/journalism/Development Studies or related degree.
  • Knowledge and experience of community development programming
  • Good communication and writing skills
  • Knowledge and Experience of disability management
  • Worked with NGO for not less than two years.
  • Experienced in Project Management
  • Fluently in written and spoken English language
  • Computer literate especially office programs (Microsoft word and excel)
  • Team building- and management skills to lead teams effectively
  • Ability to work with minimum supervision
  • Strong financial management skills and experience
  • Vehicle and/or motorcycle driving permit advisable.

Condition of Employment

Full time contract for 1 year but renewable on a year to year basis according to the recommendations of Association board terms and conditions of service.

How to apply

Email your application to:


before 24th April, 2020.

Skills Required

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