Grant Officer – Proposal Writer
REQUIRES A COVER LETTER ? YES
APPLICATION SUBMISSION GUIDELINE:
If you think you are a good match for the position advertised, please send your application to email@example.com by Tuesday 15 June 2021 with the subject heading ‘Grant Officer – Proposal Writer‘, enclosing:
- A one-page cover letter in English describing your relevant experience
- A concise CV (maximum two pages)
The applications will be considered and interviewed on a rolling basis, so early applications are highly encouraged.
CONTACT PERSON EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
CAREER CATEGORY: Project Management
Years of experience: 2 years
Contract duration: 07/2021 – 04/2022 (35 working hours per week) with a potential extension.
Work place: Tripoli, Lebanon
Payment: 5 USD/hour
The Grant Officer will work for the People in Need Slovakia NGO and in close cooperation with the local partner SEED, and will be based in Tripoli.
THE ROLE & DUTIES
- Leading the process for proposal writing within the livelihood and education sectors
- Helping with project planning and coordination of in-person activities at the educational centre in Tripoli – along with an expat volunteer and under the project manager supervision. The activities will depend on the current pandemic situation and will vary during the assignment, thus require some time flexibility
- Assisting with the project admin, cluster and donor reporting
- Overseeing some project activities and collecting feedback from the beneficiaries
- Coordinating trainings provided during the project (some weekends may be required)
- Experience working within INGOs (at least 2 years)
- Strong project planning and excellent proposal writing skills (for institutional donors)
- Excellent English skills (written and oral), Arabic is an advantage
- Excellent communication and analytical skills
- Experience and skills in budgeting and budget monitoring
- Undergraduate degree required, graduate degree preferred. Major Field/Specialty: Business Administration, Project Management, Marketing/Development, Public Affairs/Policy or related fields.
- Being able to work individually and also within the team
- Being able to adapt to cultural context and follow the vision, values and principles of SEED and People in Need Slovakia
- A rewarding, dynamic and challenging work experience
- Creative environment and self-realisation
- The chance to be part of an international team of supportive, hardworking and value-driven people
ABOUT PIN SK
People in Need Slovakia (PIN SK) was established in 1999. Since then we have been operating in 27 countries, combating poverty and helping people live in dignity. PIN SK provides humanitarian aid in critical regions around the world to support people in crises and helps individuals overcome challenging circumstances, so they can get back on their feet. The first humanitarian intervention of PIN SK in Lebanon started back in 2006 and intensified after the outbreak of the Syrian refugee crisis. Since then, we have been managing multiple projects focused on livelihoods, shelter and education for vulnerable communities.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.