Oxfam in OPT
Public Sector Institutional Capacity Building Officer
12 months Fixed term
Deadline for Application 8th October 2022
Oxfam in OPT is looking for a Public Sector Institutional Capacity Building Officer that will liaise and coordinate the work of the consultants and experts in this area. The role will work closely with the public sector stakeholders to support the Coordination of the institutional capacity-building activities (structural, policies, producers, and Standard Operating procedures). This is in close coordination with partners of the Palestinian Agricultural Disaster Risk Reduction and Insurance Fund (PADRRIF).
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Looking for the following experiences :
A suitable masters level qualification in institutional and organizational development / commercial Law / public administration/economics / developmental management or other related development.
Significant and demonstrable experience managing or executing institutional and organizational building through jobs and/or consultancy works. Minimum relevant years of experience are seven years.
Good project management, reporting skills, and analysing complex data and sources.
Demonstrated ability in budget development, monitoring, and managing financial resources efficiently.
Direct experience working with governmental/semi-governmental and NGOs, preferably on developing organizations, ideally in the oPt or Middle East context, and intense awareness of their strengths, weaknesses, and organizational culture.
Interested to learn further about the role, read the full job profile and how your skills may fit the profile we are looking for.
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Oxfam is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will do everything possible to ensure that only those that are suitable to work within our values are recruited to work for us.