Chief of Party (PARE Project) – Haiti – Haiti – ReliefWeb

Land O’Lakes Venture37 is looking for Chief of Party (COP) in Haiti.
Land O’Lakes Venture37 is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit committed to helping communities around the world build economies by strengthening local agriculture, helping agribusinesses create jobs and linking farmers to markets. Since 1981, it has implemented over 315 integrated dairy, livestock and crops development programs in nearly 80 countries — creating lasting impact by linking farmers, businesses, and the public and private sector in local and global contexts. Land O’Lakes Venture37’s long-standing affiliation with Land O’Lakes, Inc. sets it apart. Land O’Lakes, Inc. is one of America’s largest farmer-owned cooperatives. It supports Land O’Lakes Venture37 project implementation with nearly 100 years of expertise in dairy, animal nutrition, crop inputs and agricultural insights and technologies. This gives Land O’Lakes Venture37 development projects a unique global view of agriculture, food and the power of well-functioning market systems. Land O’Lakes, Inc. supports these efforts as part of its enterprise purpose of Feeding Human Progress at home and around the world.
Proposal Summary:
Land O’Lakes Venture37 is implementing the USAID-funded Programme d’Appui à la Rentabilisation de l’Elevage (PARE) project with a period of performance from January 9, 2023 – January 8, 2028. The program aims to advance livestock production (cattle, poultry, goats, sheep, eggs, and dairy) market systems and to diversify incomes to increase the resilience of communities in two Resilience Focus Zones (RFZ) – one is located in the southern region (South Department) and the other in parts of the north (North, Northeast and Plateau Central Departments). The Program will address key opportunities and constraints to increase livestock productivity, facilitate private sector engagement, and manage environmental and natural resource considerations. PARE will build upon lessons learned from past USAID and other donor funded activities and will coordinate closely with existing and planned USAID and other development partner programs and will align with the Government of Haiti’s priorities.
Position Summary:
The COP will provide strategic vision, overall leadership and technical direction to the project. The COP will ensure the project is planned and executed with quality, accountability and measurable impact. The COP will be the primary liaison with USAID, other NGO implementing partners and the Government of Haiti. The COP will manage project staff and local and international sub implementing partners to ensure proper reporting, financial management, and compliance. The COP is expected to provide a vision and technical leadership for project interventions and must be skilled in leading a team to identify solutions that strengthen the resilience of local communities and market actors.
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Please apply online at Chief of Party, Haiti – (PARE) – Careers (avature.net). The applications will be reviewed on rolling basis.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. No phone calls will be accepted.
Land O’Lakes never requests money or payment from candidates for any position type, recruitment or employment process. Please report any such requests or concerns to Land O’Lakes. Venture37HumanResources@landolakes.com
Land O’Lakes Venture37 is an equal opportunity employer and an organization striving to help global communities thrive through agriculture. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors. Our culture values a diversity of voices. So bring us your unique experiences, your workstyle, and your dreams — they’ll only make us stronger.
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