Corus International
  • Humanitarian Assistance
  • Baltimore, MD, USA
  • Regular Full -Time
  • NorthAmerica

Corus offers competitive salaries, discretionary bonuses, 100% employer paid Vision insurance, lots of paid leave, generous retirement program, flexible work schedules and so much more!


About Corus: Corus International is the parent of a family of world-class organizations and a global leader in international development, with 150 years of combined experience across our companies. We are an inclusive organization who believes diversity and differences only make us stronger. We are disruptive because by challenging convention, we innovate and maximize the good we can do in the world. We promote interconnectedness because complex problems require comprehensive, integrated solutions. And we are agile, because the world changes rapidly and we move at the speed of change. Our more than 800 employees around the globe are experts in their fields and dedicated to helping the world's most vulnerable people break the poverty cycle and lead healthy lives.

At Corus we value every employee's specialized area of expertise and nurture professional growth. We promote an engaging and supportive work environment, where employees feel enabled and driven to innovate, learn and collaborate. And because our companies often function as partners, our employees have the opportunity to work across our enterprise family.

Corus is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in our worldwide workplace, and we believe that social justice and respect for the human dignity of every person are fundamental to all we do as an organization.

Further details about the organization can be found at: https://corusinternational.org

What you'll do: The Senior Global Humanitarian Program Manager (SGHPM) is a key member Corus's Humanitarian Action Team and is responsible for the program quality and technical aspects of Corus's humanitarian assistance (HA) strategy implementation, country-based engagement and operations. The SGHPM plays key role in supporting Corus's vision by directly contributing to enhancing the agency's ability to effectively and efficiently respond to emergencies providing quality technical input, capacity building, training and accompaniment of projects as well as the overall HA portfolio. By doing so, the SGHPM is enabling the agency to broaden its reach to some of the most vulnerable communities affected by disasters around the world and works as part of the global HA team to extend Corus's humanitarian programming capabilities:

  • Manage strengthened organizational programming quality in emergencies
  • Manage improved quality of the concept notes and proposal submissions, especially with proper M&E and standards inclusion
  • Manage quality assessments and data collection and provide critical support in translating this into relevant program strategies

The employee will be required to deploy at short notice (given the nature of the humanitarian crises) and should be available and comfortable travelling to fragile, austere and conflict zones.

The employee shall maintain all relevant and required vaccination up to date and ensure proper clearance as required by the destination before, during and after the deployment (as needed).

HEAT training will be required as part of the minimum deployment standards, especially for Level 4 State Department defined countries and as further required by Corus.

Location: Remote (manageable time difference with EST time zone), Washington DC / Baltimore - preferred.

About The Ideal Candidate: Experienced in operating within fluid humanitarian and high-pressure contexts; Practical yet knowledgeable of the applicable standards and best practices in humanitarian field of action; Strong knowledge of program management, program quality and applicable standards and best practices; strong knowledge of BHA rules and regulations, including those of the M&E.

Requirements:

  1. Bachelor's degree in social studies, humanitarian studies, public administration or related degree
  2. Demonstrated (at least 7 years) of professional experience in program quality management, functional and practical M&E, tools development and capacity building.
  3. Demonstrated (at least 5 years) experience in field level project management
  4. Demonstrated (at least 3 years) experience in program budget preparation and management
  5. Demonstrated understanding and knowledge of the humanitarian operations, architecture and coordination mechanisms
  6. Demonstrated experience of field humanitarian operations.

Why You Should Apply: Corus offers competitive salaries, discretionary bonuses, 100% employer paid Vision insurance, lots of paid leave, generous retirement program, flexible work schedules and so much more!

Call to action: Are you interested in being an important part of our team? Apply for immediate consideration. We look forward to hearing from you!

Corus International prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type and affords equal employment opportunities to employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability status, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by U.S. or International law.





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