Regional Food Security & Livelihoods Manager at Action Against Hunger International

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Regional Food Security & Livelihoods Manager


  • Provision of technical leadership and support to all countries within Action Against Hunger-USA in program design, planning, development and management.
  • Provide regular FSL technical advice for regional and multi-country program implementation.
  • Support in the development of FSL strategies and approaches as part of regional strategy.
  • Facilitate the identification of innovations and research opportunities together with the country program team and research team.
  • Ensure secondary analysis of existing or proposed programs to ensure relevance, impact, viability, sustainability and quality of the action.
  • Support and follow-up on budgets and beneficiary count in collaboration with Regional Finance and M&E Specialists respectively
  • Ensure documentation, capitalization and dissemination of program experiences, statistics and lessons learned
  • Support in the validation of all FSL HoDs job descriptions, recruitment and onboarding processes
  • Provide technical supervision and ensure compliance on FSL policies, strategies, position papers, guidelines and manuals
  • Support the countries as gap filler in the absence of FSL Head of Department or upon request from the country office.
  • Provide leadership in the development of regional FSL proposals and concept notes.
  • Articulate FSL position to our network members (ACF Germany, Spain, Canada, UK, Italy andBelgium) and promote regional, multi-country or cross border programming.
  • Participate in donors’ meetings interested in supporting multi-country FSL projects.
  • Ensure multi-country/regional FSL Projects adherence to the organizational and donor rules, regulations and standards.
  • Organize for field visits and support quality FSL project implementation.
  • Ensure quality checks and controls, standards and program objectives are achieved within thelifespan of the projects.
  • Support countries in the development of assessments tools (Cost of Diet, Household EconomicAnalysis, Market system, Value Chain Analysis, Resilience Analysis etc).
  • Participate in country related meetings and ensure coherence, interaction and integration with the technical and strategy frameworks.
  • Provide country program support in validating technical FSL parts of donor proposals developed by country teams, ensuring technical applicability, coherence, feasibility,appropriate budgets, etc.
  • Provide technical review and validation of FSL projects’ narrative and financial reports.
  • Participate on project kick-offs, pre- and post-award meetings
  • Prepare FSL materials based on donor priorities to support our country team during donordiscussions


  • Master’s degree in food security, Agricultural Education and Extension, Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness Management, Food Policy and Applied food science, socio politics, or related disciplines.
  • At least seven years’ experience in food systems, nutrition sensitive agriculture, Livelihoods and Resilience.
  • Experience working in humanitarian and development contexts, recovery and rehabilitation as well as with national governments, regional bodies, UN agencies and INGOs.
  • Excellent knowledge of technical fields related to Food Security & Livelihoods that includes excellent working knowledge of food security, Market systems and nutrition sensitive resilience.
  • Sound analytical and technical competence in the subject matter of food security and livelihoods, Climate resilience, food system and Market System Development.
  • Field experience in FSL programming, including agro ecology, value chain analysis, income generation, emergency food assistance, COD, HEA, etc.
  • Strong analytical and writing skills essential.
  • Knowledge and experience in assessment and research methods.
  • Strong organizational skills and technical review/writing of detailed technical documents.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to work both independently and as a member of a team
  • Excellent written and verbal English communication skills.
  • Capacity to represent the organization in various fora.
  • Genuine interest in and commitment to the humanitarian principles of Action Against Hunger