DanChurchAid and Norwegian Church Aid joint country program in Palestine is recruiting a
DanChurchAid (DCA)/Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) is looking for a committed and energetic person with experience in project management to fill a 6-month vacancy.
Major Responsibilities: Grant Management
You will be responsible for following local partners contracts: implementation of assessments, reporting on results, completing monitoring reports and budget reports. Your job is to make sure the contracts are in place, partners are meeting deadlines and reports are of highest quality, as per DCA policies and protocols (PPM). You will ensure highest quality – no mistakes- before submission to back donors.
You are a quick learner and are not stressed by seemingly complex administrative systems whether they be OCHA or INGO databases.
You can conceptualize innovative project design AND you can also articulate those ideas in project documents, if new funding opportunities arise.
You have a keen interest to work intensely- at field level- with local partners to ensure their own grant management systems/understanding respond to donor requirements.
You will work interactively in a small, tight-knit team of program, finance, procurement and logistics and accountability experts. The team dynamics reflect commitment to supporting local partners to deliver development and humanitarian results. While we work hard, we also play hard too. Come join us!
- Compliance with donor requirements throughout the project cycle
- Support capacity building activities of relevant local civil society partners
جميع الحقوق محفوظة لموقع جوبس.
We expect the following qualifications from you
- Experience with humanitarian/development donors, including proposal development and grants management. Direct experience with UN, EU and Danish/Norwegian Government funding is a clear advantage
- Ability to participate in proposal development and complete reporting processes, respecting inputs from multiple stakeholders
- Skills in reporting and meeting deadlines- no mistakes.
- Relevant education
- Committed, flexible and result-oriented
- Accountability and integrity
- Fluency in English and Arabic necessary
- Cultural sensitivity and ability to build relations
- A meaningful and dynamic job in which you contribute to ensure funding for life saving activities
- Challenging and varied work tasks
- A committed and highly qualified team
- 6 months contract covering an unpaid leave of absence
- 35 work hours
- Start date 14. Jan. 2019
All interested irrespective of age, gender, race, religion or ethnic affiliation are encouraged to apply for the vacancy. DEADLINE: Jan. 7, 2019 at 16:00. Please apply by sending your application to [email protected]. Interview on Jan. 10, 2019 between 9-16:00. Your application must consist of a motivational letter and CV. Only applications including both will be considered and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
For further information regarding this position please contact the Head of Program Eyad Al Araj [email protected]