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Job Readvertisement:Single Project Implemetation Unit Coordinator Organization MINISTRY OF HEALTH
Level 1.II Reports To Permanent Secretary
No. of Positions 1 Deadline 12/Nov/2018
Job Description

- Participate to the process of project proposal elaboration and grant negotiation with donors;
- Supervise and coordinate all activities and staff of the SPIU/MOH;
- Provide guidance related to planning, monitoring, evaluation, audit, budget and financial management and procurement in connection with health sector development projects;
- Ensure that all projects are managed and executed in accordance with GoR laws, procedures and guidelines, as well as donor requirements as indicated in the grant agreements, to meet project objectives;
- Approve the SPIU/MOH periodic plans;
- Allow the disbursement of funds upon requests of beneficiaries;
- Submit all monthly, quarterly, semi
- annual and annual reports required by the GoR (Minecofin and MoH) and donors;
- Submit the annual procurement plan of the SPIU/MOH to the RPPA;
- Attend the Senior management meeting of the Ministry of Health and other meetings regarding health sector development projects;
- Interact on a regular basis with MoH development partners and their coordinating mechanisms on managerial issues with a view of improving the management of projects and achieving project intended results;
- Interact with the Auditor General of the Republic of Rwanda, Donor auditors and other audit delegates and ensure that all identified weaknesses in project management (programmatic, financial, human resources, procurement, etc.) are corrected and that recommendations are implemented;
- Perform any other task related to the SPIU/MOH management as requested by the Supervisor.
Job Profile
Master’s degree in Public Procurement, Health Economics, Health Financing, General medicine, Business Administration or Management with at least 2 years of working experience in the field or Bachelor’s degree in Public Procurement, Health Economics, Health Financing, General medicine, Business Administration or Management with at least 5 years of working experience in the field;