Deputy Chief of Party

DT Global

About the organization

DT Global is an international development company that aims to become an innovative leader in implementing projects funded from a variety of donors. The company has corporate offices in USA, Spain and Australia in addition to project field offices around the world implementing projects funded from donor agencies such as USAID, EU, DFAT, NC, MFAT, DFID and other global actors. We value learning and research and are building technical capabilities across sectors and skills in order to deliver high-quality interventions in international development.

Duties

Position Location & Duration:This position is a full time 2-year DCOP position based in Suva, Fiji for the USAID Climate Ready project.

The Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) is charged with providing support to the Chief of Party (COP) in the overall project management, specifically in the project administrative and financial tasks, as well as the M&E activities ensuring that all project deliverables are met and delivered in a timely and efficient manner. S/he supervises the project team and maintains communication with HO on procurement, monthly financial and technical reporting. The DCOP will be responsible for establishing and ensuring efficient program management, capacity building design and implementation of the regional field offices and enforcing compliance with contract provisions, FAR regulations and AIDARs, DT Global policies, and procedures, and local laws as they pertain to procurement.

Qualifications

Required Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in relevant field.
At least seven years of relevant, progressively responsible experience, and a proven track record of implementing and/or managing projects focusing on CCA policy, finance & project implementation in the Pacific.
Combination of technical familiarity and management skills that spans the subject areas covered by the project and in-depth experience in at least one of the major areas of involvement.
Experience on project targets and results and managing an effective monitoring and evaluation system.
Superior project management skills and management of day-to-day operations of the project.
Knowledge of USAID reporting and M&E systems or similar experience with another development/donor partner.

Application instructions

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