Action Against Hunger France is recruiting for its mission in Romania a Partnership Manager in Bucharest.
Mission 1: Identification of partnerships
• Identify, map and meet the different partners/initiatives which are providing services to civilians affected by the conflict.
• Identify partners/initiatives which would be relevant to support.

Mission 2: Establish and follow-up the partnerships
• Define the objectives, activities and ACF support for each partnership.
• Prepare the relevant documentations to frame the partnerships (Agreement, budget, Action Plan, etc.).
• Supervise the good implementation and follow-up of partnerships.
• Report any issues to the line manager.
• Develop each partnerships strategy as per the evolution of the context.

Mission 3: Finance, Logistics, Administration and Human Resources management
• Implement relevant logistics and administrative paperwork and arrangement as per ACF guidelines and regulations (procurement request, movement request, cash request and forecast, equipment use, HR request, etc.).
• Monitor donors’ budget consumption and estimate financial forecast.
• Ensure the implementation of ACF's human resources guidelines and regulations (about recruitment, appraisal, leaves, disciplinary process, training & capacity building, etc.)
• Promote the ethics and values of ACF
• Translation of documents related to the project between English-Romanian

Mission 4: Monitoring and Reporting
• Conduct regular monitoring (including regular field visit) as per ACF guidelines and regulations.
• Archive all sources of verification as per ACF guidelines and regulations
• Supervise data collection and entry as per ACF guidelines and regulations.
• Report any issues faced on the field.
• Contribute to the analysis of the data extracted from project monitoring tools.
• Draft internal and external reporting.
• Monitor indicators’ progress achievements

Mission 5: Coordination and Communication
• Maintain a strong coordination with support services (Administration, Finance, HR, Logistics, etc.) and technical departments.
• Ensure appropriate and effective communication and collaboration with any external stakeholders (authorities, communities’ representatives, beneficiaries, volunteer staff, humanitarian community, etc.) in the area of intervention.
• Attend relevant working groups and clusters.

Skills and resources needed to perform the function  Knowledge and experience of emergency and development issues; deep understanding of causes of emergencies, emergency programming and links with policy
 Proven Representation skills at senior coordination and strategic levels
 Ability to work with others to develop vision into strategy and communicating and influencing this to a wider audience
 Fluency in written and spoken English
Ability to work under pressure, prioritises well and meet deadlines

Internal  Under the line management of Country Director
 Heads of Department (Grants, MHPSS, Food Security and Livelihood and Cash, Logistics, HR & Finances).
External  Partners, NGOs, UN Agencies, local associations, authorities
 State and Local government authorities/departments