The Project Officer will provide essential support to KMC/EUTF/CERID project, working with the
Executive Director, Program Manager and other team members to achieve project success. To
ensure that the primary goal is accomplished, the Project Officer will provide administrative and
technical skills to support the project success as will be responsible for monitoring project
schedules and budgets, preparing progress reports, and liaising with key stakeholders.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Organize Project Meetings
On a regular basis, the Project Officer will meet with the Project Manager to review progress and to discuss future steps.
The Project Officer will also arrange and organize for sector meetings with the members of the project, send out any relevant information and attend each meeting of the project.
- Maintain Documents
The Project Officer will be responsible for maintaining crucial project documents which track project progress.
- S/he will file all project documents in an appropriate database or library, and ensure that all documents are accurate and have been accepted by the Project team.
- Identify Problems or Risks
Being so closely involved in the project, the Project Officer is relied upon to identify any potential issues or risks that could affect the progression of the project and communicate these items with the Project team and work to identify potential solutions.
- Manage the Schedule
The Project Officer will closely watch the project schedule, monitoring deadlines for each project task. S/he checks regularly that every deadline is still possible, and report any potential delays to the Project team