MA’AN Development Center has awarded grants to implement several projects in Gaza Strip, and seeking for the following vacancy:
LOCATION: Gaza Strip (North Gaza, Gaza City, Middle Area, Khan Younis, Rafah).
PROJECT SCOPE OF WORK:
The project addresses additional trauma in Palestinian communities in the Gaza Strip occasioned by November 2012 Israeli military activity, “Operation Defensive Pillar.” The project addresses, in particular, the adverse impact of this military violence on hundreds of thousands of Palestinian children through ensuring child-safe and child-friendly recreational spaces, through introducing recreational therapies to relieve stress, and through building the capacities of 16 community-based organizations (CBOs) with centers providing family/children’s services. The project aiming at reducing vulnerability of women and children through improved psycho-social well-being, by improvements in physical infrastructures, and by capacity and skills building of local community-based organizations/services.
Position title: Project Coordinator Project Duration: 10 MONTHS.
Tasks and responsibilities:
1-Administrative and technical supervision, follow up and implementation of project's activities.
2-Preparation of detailed and effective project action plans.
3-Supervision of technical and field staff involved in the project(s)
4-Close Follow up on the implementation of the different components of the project(s).
5-Develop the necessary administrative procedures to effectively achieve project(s) deliverables and outcomes.
6-Ensure all project activities are implemented in a timely manner and according to donor’s rules and regulations.
7-Plan and conduct regular field visits to ensure proper activities implementation on the ground.
8-Prepare periodical reports as requested by MA'AN and donor in consultation with the Project Manager.
9-Assist the finance department in preparing periodic financial documents and reports
10-Assist the Monitoring and Evaluating officer for monitoring and evaluation of the project by reporting to donor on the project outputs and outcomes.
11-To document all activities of the project(s) and maintain an efficient project(s) filing system including all project related documents.
12-Participate in the representation MA'AN in workshops, conferences or seminars commissioned by MA'AN Director.
13-Perform any other tasks required by supervisor or MA'AN Director.
Directly reporting to: community development Program Officer/Program Manager/M&E Officer
-At least a Bachelor degree from recognized university in social science, business administration or related fields.
-A minimum of 3 years of professional experience in managing psychosocial support and/or CBOs capacity Building interventions.
-Excellent networking and coordination skills.
-Fluency in both English & Arabic languages including both written and verbal communication skills.
-Excellent reporting skills in both English & Arabic.
-Ability to handle multiple assignments and meet deadlines.
-Advanced computer literacy.
-Ability to work under pressure and within a team.
-Ability to start working immediately.
1-Work experience in recreational therapies and stress relieve techniques.
2-Excellent communication and coordination skills, with strong personality.
3-Excellent planning and administration skills.
4-Initiative, self-reliant and cooperative.
5-Excellent time and organizational management skills.
6-Excellent ability to work under pressure and carry out multiple tasks.
Candidates with experience in the following fields are encouraged to apply for this position, Cover letter and curriculum vitae in English are to be submitted by email to email@example.com, please ensure that you state the title of the post that you are applying for as subject of your email PROJECT COORDINATOR.
To learn more about MAAN, please visit our website at www.maan-ctr.org.
Deadline for submission: Must be delivered before 12:00PM on Sunday 23RD June 2013 No phone inquiries accepted, in your cover letter mention at least two professional references covering last two jobs.