Under the supervision of the Director of Programming and Training (DPT), the Program Manager (PM) is responsible for the planning, development, implementation, and administration of Peace Corps/Togo’s Education Project.
The PM represents Peace Corps/Togo with governmental and non-governmental officials when facilitating meetings in the interest of the program. PM primary responsibilities include developing and implementing a project-specific site management strategy that is aligned with national and regional priorities and Peace Corps/Togo’s Logical Project Framework goals, objectives, and activities; identifying Volunteer sites/work zones in coordination with key staff to ensure quality placement and meaningful work; conducting site visits to Volunteers; organizing meetings; working with training staff to design and deliver training to Volunteers and Host Country Nationals who support Volunteers, and reviewing Volunteer reports.
The PM serves as a member of the Programming and Training (P&T) team and supports Volunteers and Response Volunteers. The PM must be willing to travel extensively in the field in order to fulfill responsibilities.