Job Title: Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Organization Name: Civil Society Human and Institutional Development Programme (CHIP)
Duration: 2 to 3 years - extendable
Number of Vacancies: 1
Closing on: 2022-01-23
Civil Society Human and Institutional Development Programme (CHIP) is a registered not-for-profit organization working out of Islamabad in the less-developed, marginalised and remote areas of all provinces of Pakistan. It focuses on social mobilization, economic empowerment and livelihood, rehabilitation and social inclusion of persons with disability, disaster risk reduction and emergency services, education and natural resource management.
Civil Society Human and Institutional Development Programme (CHIP), seeks a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) having more than five years management/executive experience as a successful leader of a related nonprofit organization.
Considering the spread of CHIP projects (almost in all provinces) and the input, visits required to monitor the projects the candidate should be below 50 years of age.
The initial appointment is for 2-3 years period extendable/renewable for further period.
Responsible for the overall strategic leadership and management of Civil Society Human and Institutional Development Programme (CHIP) operations in the country. This includes managing partnership with implementing partners, lead and direct the office team to manage and deliver high quality and cost-effective programmes, advocacy with line agencies, donors and government. To represent CHIP and network with a wide range of stakeholders in order to promote and help achieve CHIP vision.
KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Can develop and lead strategic plans to deliver programmes which have sustainable impact on beneficiaries and raise CHIP credibility as a development organisation.
Can manage & lead staff effectively as a team to meet organisational objectives and have experience to judge staff performance & development and support structures and procedures.
Can lead in effective planning, operations and management to meet deadlines, set priorities & ensure timely reporting.
Reporting and Working Relationships
The CEO reports to the Board of Directors. Working with the Board, the CEO will set important goals for the organization and work systematically to achieve these. All managers and the other members of office and field staff report directly or indirectly to the CEO.
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