CARE is Looking for FSL Project Manager (Ref: FSL Project Manager)

CARE International Hatay
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CARE International in Türkiye (CARE) has been in Türkiye since October 2014 responding to the needs of Syrian refugees under several programmatic areas including women’s economic empowerment, livelihoods and food security, legal aid assistance, WASH and Shelter.

CARE places a programmatic focus on women and girls who are often disproportionally affected by poverty. CARE Türkiye puts women and girls at the center of our work as woman are viewed as catalysts of change within their communities – CARE believes changing a woman life will often change her community. In parallel, CARE integrates engaging men and boys programming who can also act as change agents, and together are able to address societal/gender norms which often underly protection issues. 

CARE Türkiye, together with partners, is now providing humanitarian assistance as part of an Earthquake Response strategy to individuals who have been affected by the series of earthquakes that hit Türkiye in February 2023. 

Reporting to the Hatay Head of Area Office (HoAO) and working in collaboration with the FSL Program Manager, technical advisors and relevant support staff the FSL Project Manager is responsible for the delivery of all aspects of FSL interventions designated under CAREs Earthquake Response Strategy.

S/he will ensure all project activities are on track and adhere to project proposal, implementation plan, budget, and donor and CARE regulations and requirements. 

The FSL Project Manager is also responsible for the effective coordination of all FSL interventions within affected areas, that all procedures are followed and accountability mechanisms are implemented according to CAREs standards. 

Responsibilities and Tasks

Job Responsibility #1 Project Management and Planning                                                                         40%

  • Responsible for the delivery of all aspects of FSL interventions designated under CAREs Earthquake Response Strategy. Ensure all project activities are on track and adhere to project proposal, implementation plan, budget, and donor and CARE regulations and requirements. 
  • Establish detailed implementation plans, including phased budgets, work plans, procurement planning and indicator tracking, and develop and maintain comprehensive project documentation. 
  • Ensure risks are appropriately managed, including financial, safety and security, programmatic and reputational risks. 
  • Keep up to date of relevant existing and new assessments on access to food, employment, related gender issues; and access to income generating activities and the labor market environment in areas affected by the Earthquake.
  • Lead the scheduling and planning of the project activities and follow-up, producing work plans for FSL activities in agreement with the HoAO, and the support of the FSL technical advisor.
  • Overview regular tasks related to beneficiary selection/recruitment, aid distribution, training enrolment, CVA activities, documentation and data and information collection and analysis. 
  • Plan and carry out FSL related community events to support the promotion/selling of program participants’ products/services.
  • Ensure that adequate and accurate hard-copy and electronic (including database) records of information on participants and activities are kept by the Program team.
  • Supervise production of regular activity reports on FSL activities and prepare final drafts for review by the Program Manager and the Program quality (PQ) team.
  • Assist the HoAO with the preparation of Program reports for CARE members, partners, and donors.
  • Ensure procurement and financial processes are in line with CARE policies and procedures.

Job Responsibility #2 Coordination and external liaison                                                                           20%

  • Regularly liaise with stakeholders from peer NGOs; community leaders; representatives of farmers and livestock breeders, trade groups, cooperatives, and special interest groups to facilitate their involvement in the project or gather relevant information.
  • Supervise staff coordinating with service providers and focal points to plan and implement activities.
  • Undertake periodic stakeholder mapping of relevant organizations and institutions, highlighting which organizations are doing what and for whom in the FSL sector.
  • Work with the HoAO to coordinate with relevant actors (including government institutions), ensuring that necessary permissions/approvals are in place, duplication is avoided, and coverage of assistance is maximized.

Job Responsibility #3: Staff Management                                                                                                   15%

  • Ensure all direct reports have defined objectives, clear responsibilities, actionable deliverables and understand what CAREs Goals are under the earthquake response strategy.
  • Promote accountability, communicate expectations and provide constructive feedback via regular one on ones and performance reviews in line with CARE CO Performance management procedures. Explore and tailor capacity building and learning opportunities.
  • Cultivate close and supportive relationships with each direct report, contributing towards a safe and positive working environment. Ensure all staff operating under the earthquake response adhere to and demonstrate CAREs Core Values and Code of Conduct as part of their duties.  
  • Assist FSL staff with information, tools and resources to improve performance & reach objectives.
  • Ensure all FSL staff are in compliance with CARE’s Human Resource, Financial, Logistics & Security policies, and procedures.

Job Responsibility #4: Program Quality and Development                                                                       20%

  • Develop and lead on the implementation of assessments and research studies together with the Program quality team, Program Managers and field staff which contributes to a deepened understanding of access to food and income generation activities, in addition to any underlying gender issues in earthquake affected areas, including market systems, value chain support, and engagement with private and public sectors actors.
  • Work with the MEL team to ensure ongoing review and monitoring to enable improvement of projects.
  • Ensure that feedback received from community members, project participants and key stakeholders is used to continually improve activities and that activities are meeting the needs of the communities or targeted individuals.
  • Review and validate the findings of monitoring and accountability activities with the MEL Coordinator and provide feedback for continually improving the quality of activities.
  • Contribute to development of program design including proposals, concept notes and budgets in collaboration with the Program manager.

Job Responsibility #5: Other Responsibilities as assigned                                                                    5%

  • The FSL Project Manager will be expected to support the HoAO as needed on programmatic issues related to the earthquake response but beyond the deliverables outlined above. 




  • Bachelor’s degree in agriculture engineering, economics, Business Administration, Finance, Private Sector Development, or a related field from an accredited academic institution.


  • Certification/training in PSEA, psycho-social support



  • At least three years of relevant professional experience in planning and implementing Food security and livelihoods activities.


  • Experience in interventions aimed at preserving agriculture production and livestock, such as Agriculture and livestock support schemes, value chain and market aware interventions, local economic recovery, employment promotion, agricultural development, entrepreneurship building, and or women lead groups and SME support and development.

Technical Skills


  • Familiarity with projects involving implementation across multiple locations, and a willingness for frequent travel within project implementation areas.
  • Good knowledge of vulnerability assessment/beneficiary selection processes and approaches.
  • Good knowledge of CVA modalities
  • Fluent spoken and written English and Turkish.
  • Strong coaching, training, and mentoring skills.
  • Gender awareness and a commitment to gender equality.
  • Excellent planning and organizational skills.
  • Solid computer skills, especially in MS Outlook, MS Word and MS Excel
  • Strong awareness of safety, security and risk management best practices.


  • Experience in liaising with government authorities, other national/international institutions, and NGOs, and building effective partnerships with private sector.
  • Prior experience of participating in humanitarian coordination mechanisms
  • Arabic language skills highly desired.

Child Protection Policy

Child abuse in all forms is unacceptable to CARE Turkey, which recognizes its responsibility to protect children from harm in all areas of its work. CARE Turkey is committed to ensuring a child-safe environment and is applying a zero-tolerance approach towards any kind of child abuse and exploitation.

Discrimination, Abuse and Harassment Policy

CARE Turkey expressly prohibits and will not tolerate any form of discrimination, abuse, harassment (sexual or otherwise), based upon race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, marital status, citizenship status, disability, or military status. CARE employees and related personnel must under no circumstances take part in any form of discrimination, harassment, or abuse (physical, sexual or verbal), intimidation or exploitation, or in any other way infringe the rights of others inside or outside CARE.


Employment is subject to the possession of valid identification documents (passport, residency card, temporary protection card, etc.) and successfully obtaining permission to work by the Government of Turkey (work permit). CARE will submit the work permit application on behalf of the selected candidate after the job offer accepted. Candidate can start to work for CARE only after the work permit is received. Failure to provide the required documents or rejection of a work permit application by the Government of Turkey will result in your employment offer being rescinded.


Interested candidates, please attach a Curriculum Vitae in English and a Cover letter (in a separate file of no more than one A4 page) describing how your skills and experience match the requirements of this post, following to provided link when you click on the apply button.

Applications in languages other than English will not be reviewed.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted

** CARE International is an Equal Opportunity Employer **

** Female candidates are encouraged to apply! **


CARE International

CARE International in Turkey (CARE), together with its partners, is providing humanitarian assistance to people affected by the Syrian crisis, both in Syria and Turkey. CARE began projects responding to the needs of Syrian refugees in southern Turkey in October 2014.
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