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- Project Manager - Zimbabwe Health Infrastructure Rehabilitation
19 February 2010
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Fund to fight HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis and the United
Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Zimbabwe signed the Round 5
and 8 grants under which approximately 120 health clinics will be
needed to renovate or construct. UNDP has requested UNOPS to implement
a part the grants and is such an important partner for the success
of the project.
manager is principally accountable for day-to-day management of
an assigned project. The manager reports and operates within the
UNOPS project management systems and tools that are based on the
Prince 2 methodology. Additionally the projects must be managed
utilizing solid international standards and in line with UNOPS financial
rules and regulations and other relevant policies and guidelines.
would be stationed in Harare the country of the projects location
and report to the International Infrastructure Project Manager.
The project itself should report to a project board.
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