The Deputy FAOR in Mozambique leads the Programme Management Unit in the Representation and is responsible for the overall programme implementation, including providing guidance and oversight to the administration and operations units, and day-to-day coordination of programme implementation and resource mobilization and reporting. The Deputy FAOR in Mozambique reports to the FAOR with the functional guidance from the Senior Field Programme Officer and the Programme Officer (FAOR Network) in the Regional Office for Africa (RAF) and the Office of Emergencies and Resilience (OER) at headquarters. He/she collaborates with the relevant technical units in the Subregional Office for Southern Africa (SFS) and at headquarters, the relevant government institutions, United Nations (UN) agencies and other development partners.
Planning, organizing, coordinating and reporting to the FAO Representative on programme development, implementation, resource mobilization, as well as office management in line with FAO rules, regulations and procedures.
Leadership and technical expertise in coordinating the planning, implementation and reporting of the Country Programming Framework (CPF) focusing on key results in line with the results matrix of the CPF in accordance with and derived from the United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (UNSDCF) process and related FAO programmes and projects.