8 month contract (January -August 2024), Annual Salary ILS 100,649
Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP) works for the health and dignity of Palestinians living under occupation and as refugees. MAP is the leading UK charity delivering health and medical care to those worst affected by conflict, occupation and displacement, in the occupied Palestinian territory and Lebanon.
We are recruiting for a Programme Officer to Support the implementation and monitoring of the MAP’s community health projects in West Bank, including Jerusalem.
Under the direction of the WB Director, you will work closely with MAP’s partners to ensure timely implementation and proper monitoring of MAP’s projects in the West Bank. You must have proven experience in the health sector with good skills in the monitoring of health-related projects. Field work across the West Bank is required in this role.
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- At least 4 years’ work experience in development and humanitarian aid.
- Experience of project cycle management including project design, planning, monitoring and evaluation and reporting.
- Experience in INGOs, and working with volunteers and/or foreign delegations, is desirable.
- Capacity Building experience for partner NGOs, is desirable.
- Health related project management experience, is desirable
- Familiarity with granting mechanisms and the work of INGOs
- Excellent project management skills including drafting proposals, reports, conducting monitoring, and evaluation of health projects
- Good understanding of budgets and monitoring of expenditures and reviewing of financial reports of partners
- Good interpersonal, communication and networking skills and the ability to work successfully with multiple external and internal partners
- Good written and verbal communication skills in both English and Arabic
- Competent in basic IT skills, specially Excel spread sheets
- Organised self-starter, able to work alone or as part of a team
- Valid Driving license and prepared and able to travel frequently around the West Bank
- A good first degree in public health, management, business, international development, or a related subject
Commitment to anti-discriminatory practice and equal opportunities.
An ability to apply awareness of diversity issues to all areas of work.
Commitment to the values and ethos of MAP.
Able to work flexibly in emergencies and otherwise.