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Acting Director of Programmes
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Application Deadline: 03 June 2019 00:00
Date Posted: 27 May 2019
Mama Cash is looking for an Acting Director of Programmes, preferably based in Amsterdam (estimated time 5-6 months).
Purpose of the position:
Working in close collaboration with the Executive Director, Supervisory Board , Advisors and Programme staff, the Acting Director of Programmes will play a critical role in implementing and articulating the vision and direction of Mama Cash’s programme strategies and initiatives.
They will provide strategic and operational leadership of the Programme Team, promote innovation to respond to changing trends in the landscape of feminist movements, maintain strategic alliances with peers in international philanthropy, and be a thought-leader around feminist social change and women’s human rights.
In addition to Programmes Team responsibilities, the Acting Director of Programmes contributes to the work of other teams, in particular participating in resource mobilisation and promoting the visibility of Mama Cash. And they will provide vision and strategy for the development of Mama Cash as a whole. A particular focus for the role will be the renewal of two of Mama Cash’s larger, strategic partnerships: Count Me In! (CMI!) and the Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action (GAGGA).
Essential job function:
A. Leadership and management
- Work to ensure the well-being of the organisation as a whole and model effective leadership to all Mama Cash staff.
- Provide strategic leadership and oversight of the Programmes area.
- Manage the Programmes Team, ensuring that employees are aware of what is expected of them and providing them with the tools to do their work.
- Supervise direct reports (at this moment 7 people).
- Lead Mama Cash’s engagement in the Count Me In! (CMI!) Consortium through participation in the CMI Programmes Committee, driving programmatic goals including quality control of implementation, supporting the development of renewal plans, and by supervising the Coordinator of the consortium.
- Manage the quality of Mama Cash’s programme inputs in the Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action (GAGGA), including supporting the development of renewal plans.
- Ensure satisfactory levels of support and guidance to volunteers, interns, advisors and consultants.
- Supervise the nomination of new advisors.
B. Content areas
- Manage and oversee all Programmes Team initiatives and an annual grantmaking budget of approximately 5 million euro.
- Supervise the implementation of departmental objectives, and monitor progress and activities on a quarterly basis.
- Maintain oversight of programme budgets.
- Review and approve all grants.
- Produce programme updates for the Supervisory Board on grantmaking trends and developments.
- Oversee programme evaluation and assessment activities—monitor feedback in order to ensure that programme goals are aligned with the needs and challenges of feminist movements worldwide.
- Consult regularly with women’s funds, women’s and feminist NGOs, donors, and other key players in order to stay current with international women’s rights/feminist trends and to ensure that Mama Cash’s programmes are responsive to these.
C. Organisational relationships; internal and external communication
- Meet regularly with the Executive Director and work closely with her on issues related to grantmaking strategy, work with other women’s funds and management of the Programmes Team.
- Work closely with the Management Team to develop and monitor the annual budget, ensure flows of relevant information across the organization, and encourage effective coordination and collaboration between teams, especially vis-à-vis cross-team projects and initiatives.
- Work closely with the Director of Partnerships and Communications to identify and share programme priorities in support of Mama Cash’s communications and resource mobilization work.
- Work closely with the Director of Finance and Operations to strengthen the administration and management of grants and other programme work.
- Work closely with the Director of Research, Knowledge and Advocacy to identify and share programme priorities in support of Mama Cash’s learning and advocacy agendas.
- Play a lead role in maintaining and strengthening Mama Cash’s work within the Count Me In! consortium, including by building programmatic relationships with consortium members.
- Represent Mama Cash externally in various national and international conferences, identifying opportunities for visibility and cultivating effective relationships with grantee-partners, advisors, donors and other stakeholders.
- Contribute analysis and insights on the feminist movement within key feminist, women’s rights, and philanthropic and donor spaces, including online.
- Contribute to the development and reinforcement of cooperative relationships within the international women’s movement, and international philanthropic and donor arenas, including participation in relevant affinity groups and membership organisations.
- Maintain strong and effective collaborations and alliances with peers, allies and other stakeholders for advancing Mama Cash’s programmatic priorities.
Knowledge, skills and abilities:
- Believe passionately in Mama Cash’s mission, vision and values.
- Extensive knowledge and experience in the area of women’s rights and social change in an international context, with a solid network.
- Strong political analysis and expert knowledge of feminist movement building, and the role(s) of funding in activism.
- Excellent leadership, management, and supervisory skills.
- Able to think critically, analytically and strategically, and able to set priorities.
- Excellent communication, presentation, and negotiation skills in the English language (oral and written). The ability to present and represent Mama Cash (and its interests) both internally and externally in a convincing manner.
- Strong knowledge of budgeting.
- Strong sensitivity and commitment to cultural, racial, ethnic, gender and socioeconomic diversity.
- Able to work under pressure and keep a good sense of humour.
- Fluency in more than one language, particularly Spanish, French, Russian or Dutch, is preferred.
Education and experience:
- At least 7 years work experience in the area of women’s rights or social justice with progressively increasing management responsibility and preference for experience with groups/movements in the global south or east.
- Proven managerial experience (strategic and operational) with professionals from diverse (cultural) backgrounds.
- Demonstrated experience in supervising and developing staff.
- Master’s degree or equivalent other experience in relevant field: International Human Rights, Anthropology, Sociology, Political Science, Gender Studies.
- Experience with policy development.
- International grantmaking experience is preferred.
Fundraising Specialist (P4) – Individual Giving Private Fundraising and Partnerships
Location: Geneva, Switzerland
Application Deadline: 23 June 2019 00:00
Date Posted: 27 May 2019
The fundamental mission of UNICEF is to promote the rights of every child, everywhere, in everything the organization does in programs, in advocacy and in operations. The equity strategy, emphasizing the most disadvantaged and excluded children and families, translates this commitment to children’s rights into action. For UNICEF, equity means that all children have an opportunity to survive, develop and reach their full potential, without discrimination, bias or favoritism. To the degree that any child has an unequal chance in life in its social, political, economic, civic and cultural dimensions her or his rights are violated.
There is growing evidence that investing in the health, education and protection of a society’s most disadvantaged citizens addressing inequity not only will give all children the opportunity to fulfil their potential but also will lead to sustained growth and stability of countries. This is why the focus on equity is so vital. It accelerates progress towards realizing the human rights of all children, which is the universal mandate of UNICEF, as outlined by the Convention on the Rights of the Child, while also supporting the equitable development of nation.
Purpose of Role
The Private Sector Fundraising (PSFR) section sits within the Private Fundraising and Partnerships Division (PFP) and works with National Committees and UNICEF Country Offices to maximize income and drive income growth. This role sits in the Individual Giving Team and reports to the Fundraising Manager Individual Giving (P4). The individual recruited into this position will act in support of national fundraising efforts in nearly 60 markets. Bring your extensive individual giving experience to us and be part of the team that takes Private Sector Fundraising to the next level in UNICEF. Do so knowing the life changing impact that your work will have for millions of children across the world.
This post provides strategic and tactical leadership across all areas of individual giving, identifying and driving best practice with the aim of maximizing income for UNICEF. Key business areas will be pledge acquisition, retention and value maximization; one off cash giving including middle donor programs; fundraising from individuals in emergencies and legacy marketing. A key focus area will be identifying opportunities to integrate these activities and optimize results across all offline and online channels. In doing so, you will work in close coordination with channel specialists located in Geneva and our regional support centres in Panama and Bangkok as well as with consultants around the world.
The role will be guided by the overall PSFR income strategy and in particular the Individual Giving Income Strategy. In addition, the staff member will coordinate with other relevant stakeholders including the Supporter Engagement Strategy and guide teams to optimize efforts to enable the growth in individual giving income.
Summary of key functions/accountabilities:
- Work directly with National Committee and country offices to develop and optimize individual giving fundraising strategies and performance.
- Deliver direct technical support to fundraising teams on all levels in markets where needed, as well as work with other specialists to support markets where relevant.
- Work with Regional Support teams and other relevant HQ teams in the development of appropriate global supporter and fundraising strategies as well as in the coordination of market support.
- Advise on global investment allocation and support the development of Investment and Innovation Fund applications, as well as the subsequent implementation and monitoring of these programs.
- Ensure continuous local testing, collate learnings and apply to our programs to maximise results.
- Facilitate the sharing of best practice between individual giving practitioners in UNICEF via workshops, social media, and fundraising intranet and on an ad-hoc basis. Create & share global resources – e.g. scripts, best practice manuals and e-learning tools.
- Develop relationships with internal and external experts and engage as relevant if market specific strategic opportunities arise.
- Provide advice and expertise on post-acquisition payment processing and donor communications.
- Work alongside other individual giving specialists to achieve efficient strategic and tactical intervention in markets, supporting them in their IG income growth.
- In addition to these duties, the incumbent will also provide support to markets in the event of a significant media-driven event or emergency, maximizing the short and long-term fundraising opportunities.
- Keep in touch with industry experts and keep track of competitor activities.
- Track the global developments in individual giving across the NGO sector, both inside and outside UNICEF, especially maintaining relationships with key influencers.
- Furthermore, the incumbent will remain sensitive to risk in the programs that he/she is supporting and escalate as necessary.
- At least 8 years hands-on experience, in progressively responsible roles, of managing and developing individual giving activities, with at least 3 (and preferably 5) of those years in charities/NGOs including experience of international fundraising.
- Advanced university degree in Business Administration, Economics, Marketing, Fundraising, Social Sciences, Public Administration, International Relations, or equivalent.
- A first level university degree in combination with qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.
- Proficiency in English. Working knowledge of languages spoken in countries where UNICEF has National Committees would be an asset.
The technical competencies required for this post are:
- Diversity and inclusion
- Communication (Level 3)
- Drive for Results (Level 3)
- Working with People (Level 3)
- Applying technical expertise (Level 2)
- Entrepreneurial Thinking (Level 2)
- Analysing (Level 2)
- Persuading and Influencing (Level 2)
- Relating and networking (Level 3)
To apply for the post
Please send a letter of application stating the skills and approach that you would bring to the post with your CV/resume (no photos) in strict confidence by email only to Zoe Oldham at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please ensure that they are sent as Word documents with the titles “your name cover letter” and “your name CV” Please put “UNICEF Fundraising Specialist (P4)” in the email subject line.
Also please let us know where you saw the post advertised.
Analyst, Climate Change (China)
Children's Investment Fund Foundation
Application Deadline: 30 May 2019 00:00
Date Posted: 20 May 2019
The CIFF Climate team is driven by a vision of a climate-safe future for today’s children and future generations. We support the urgent global transition to a zero-carbon society. We are committed to strategies that get to the heart of the greatest climate challenges and are willing to support new approaches to accelerate action and the step-change in ambition required to keep global warming below 1.5C.
The Analyst role in the climate team is fast-paced and incredibly diverse. You will have the opportunity work on wide portfolio of climate change mitigation programmes across a number sectors and/or geographies. You will provide programme management, administrative and research support, with the opportunity to manage your own grants and partnerships.
CIFF is one of the largest philanthropic funders both in international development and climate change mitigation and offers a broad range of opportunities to work with leading experts in their fields as well as ongoing learning and development opportunities including a personal allowance to be spent on any relevant career training every year. As an Analyst your contribution will be integral to supporting CIFF and our partners – some of the best climate actors in the field – to deliver CIFF’s ambitious climate agenda.
Strategy & planning
• Conduct insightful research and analysis on specific projects and climate sector trends, to support the Climate team in determining strategic priorities and setting operational plans.
• Provide and communicate global and regional insights verbally and in writing, including developing graphs and charts to contribute to the strategy and planning process.
• Prior to approval of a programme proposal, assist the team in preparing aspects of the programme strategy and evidence base, working with wider teams and in country experts.
Programme development, delivery & performance
• Lead the end-to-end oversight and administration of the management process of substantial grants (from concept formation, proposal development through to final payment), suggesting improvements where appropriate, and always seeking to add value, to enable the Climate team to deliver and monitor its philanthropic activity efficiently and effectively and ensuring impact.
• Lead the preparation and dissemination of regular and ad hoc reporting on sector/portfolio/programme performance, to ensure colleagues and partners (as required) have access to accurate and relevant management information.
• Work closely with members of the Finance and Legal team to coordinate the development of grant agreements, forecasting of grant payments, to enable effective grant management and reporting within the organisation.
• Act as ‘Super-User’ for CIFF’s online grants management system for the team, ensuring they are deployed appropriately to optimise the efficiency and effectiveness of grant management.
• Support the preparation of summary reports, board reports and portfolio investment reports, to ensure these are produced to a high standard and in a timely fashion – which can often mean to high quality in very short timeframes.
Sector knowledge and profile-building
• Build and maintain a range of relevant knowledge and information resources to enable the Climate team to access high quality intelligence, analysis and data to inform current and future programme activity – always seeking to add value and join the dots.
• Work collaboratively with colleagues and partners across multiple locations and geographies to conduct research projects to inform Climate team’s grant making activities.
Stakeholder and partner management
• Maintain good and productive relationships with our partners and grantees, which can include dealing with senior experts from around the world
• Build the climate teams capabilities to make broader changes by building and maintaining a network of individuals and organisations both current and new that can drive bigger changes.
• Coordinate logistics for CIFF programme visits and ensure that visitors are adequately briefed.
Qualifications & Experience
• A relevant Masters level degree (e.g. Climate, Environment, International Policy Political Sciences) with excellent quantitative and qualitative analytical skills.
• Gained some experience working in a climate focussed organisation, and looking to take that experience further.
• Previous analytical / research work in a relevant climate change field.
• Experience with multitasking and managing priorities to competing deadlines, thrives on diversity of a role.
• Strong communication skills and excellent oral and written English and Mandarin is required.
• Track record of managing many relationships internally and externally with partners, grantees, government departments, policy think tanks, research institutions and other donor organisations.
• Familiarity with advocacy or capacity building.
• Familiarity with statistical databases and competent data interpretation skills
• Passionate about driving systemic change for zero-carbon future
• A self-starter who thrives in a fast-paced and dynamic environment, with resilience, pace, and interpersonal flexibility.
• Self-motivated to assist with the development of the portfolio, whilst also being driven to drive their own development within the climate sector.
• Capacity to work in a range of cultural and socio-economic contexts.
• Able to travel internationally preferred.
Project Head for Outreach, Strategic Communication and Advocacy
Open Society Foundations
Location: Berlin, Germany
Application Deadline: 03 June 2019 00:00
Date Posted: 16 May 2019
This role functions as part of the wider Office of the Berlin Director team, under the direct supervision of the Director of Institutional Relations. The Project Head for Outreach, Strategic Communication and Advocacy is responsible for managing the operational interface of work plan of the Director of Institutional Relations. The role will have responsibility for coordination, planning and further development of the representational, communication and advocacy work together with the Director for Institutional Relations. The Project Head is a full performance role demanding significant independence, responsibility and accountability.
This role is requires knowledge and experience of strategic communication, institutional advocacy and outreach on issues of interest to Open Society Foundations, notably rights, justice, accountable governance, human dignity, and democratic practice and inclusion. This role further requires extensive experience project management and excellent written and spoken communication skills in both English and German.
Project management is an essential task, and skills required include effective deployment of time, intra-departmental coordination, effective communication, and collaborative problem solving. This role relies on the effective development of relationships within the wider Office of the Berlin Director, across the organization and especially with external partners.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Researches, sources and organizes information and contents on OSF’s global topics in English and German for use in OSF’s advocacy and outreach work including events, media interviews, panels and meetings with representatives from policy, philanthropy, civil society and government in both English and German
- Develops and communicates concise briefings in English and German in preparation of the Director of Institutional Relation’s program on advocacy, outreach and partnership development meetings, policy events, media interviews, panels.
- Coordinates the implementation of the annual work plan of the team of the Director of Institutional Relations
- Participates in external meetings with a wide range of Germany and Berlin–based stakeholders from the fields of policy, philanthropy, civil society and institutions, as well as with members of OSF’s wider network of networks
- Develops concepts for policy advocacy and communication, in cooperation with specialized departments like global Communications
- Prepares documents and follows-up on key meetings (agendas, working documents, presentations, follow-up meetings, communication and correspondence)
- Assists in the monitoring of OSF’s policy impact in Germany
- Prepares German content for media and social media visibility of OSF’s Berlin Office and activities
- Works with other internal units to implement, evaluate and improve policies, processes, and systems that facilitate good strategic practice in advocacy and outreach
- Supports special projects as needed
- Some internal administrative tasks as needed
Skills and Abilities: The following list is not inclusive, but highlights a number of the most critical skills and abilities for performing the role.
- Intimate knowledge of human rights advocacy and key human rights debates in Germany, in Europe and globally
- Emergent profile within the human rights field and access to resources, networks and references in Germany and abroad
- Capacity to absorb large amounts of information and to produce concise synthetic summaries in short periods of time in both German and English
- Extensive project management skills including effective deployment of time, intra-departmental coordination, effective communication, and collaborative problem solving.
- Self-starter with the capacity to work independently and without significant supervision
- Collaborative and collegial; works constructively with colleagues at all levels in the hierarchy of the organization as well as with external partners.
- Recognizes and works effectively in compliance with internal policies and external constraints.
- Emotionally intelligent, self-aware, self-managing, empathetic.
- Strongly committed to open society values of rights, justice, accountable governance, human dignity, and democratic practice, as well as to inclusion and respect for all colleagues regardless of identity or seniority.
- Minimum 6 years of work experience in a similar role, executing similar duties and responsibilities
- Master’s degree or equivalent in a relevant subject or field
- Experience researching and developing briefs, speeches and policy documents
- Excellent mastery of technology, including excellent user level knowledge of common programs.
- Excellent written and spoken communication in both English and German.
- Field experience in civil society activism and / or human rights an advantage
- Experience of administration in a large organization an advantage
- Advancing Diversity – encourages diversity of viewpoints and discussions, and building workgroups that are broadly inclusive.
- Expertise – looks outside OSF to stay relevant and adapts to changes in field(s) of expertise. Uses external networks to achieve positive outcomes for OSF.
- Getting the Right Things Done – establishes goals, plans for contingencies, readjusts where appropriate, and takes responsibility for delivering outcomes that have a positive impact. Balances risk/reward, and intellectual curiosity with pragmatism to get things done.
- Working Well with OSF Colleagues – builds collaborative relationships inside OSF through the understanding and development of other’s and own ideas. Uses appropriate means and tone of communication to convey messages, seeks input from others and ensures understanding.
- Working Well with Others – seeks to clarify, understand and exceed expectations of others to make a positive impact.
Please apply by submitting a Resume and Cover Letter in English
Programme Officer, Field Building on Psychological Violence
Location: Geneva, Switzerland
Application Deadline: 30 May 2019 00:00
Date Posted: 16 May 2019
Oak Foundation is looking for a programme officer with experience in field building and/or psychological abuse, coercion and control to help us build on the successes of our grantees who are working on domestic violence. As the programme officer, you will: work closely with the lead Trustees and the Issues Affecting Women Programme team to increase knowledge of the field of psychological abuse; embed learning across our growing domestic violence portfolio; build and manage a portfolio of grants that will contribute to changing the wider domestic violence sector; and support service providers to recognise, address and intervene to end psychological violence, coercion and control in all its forms.
The IAWP team has high standards. We are collegial, mutually supportive and joyful. We are looking for a new team member who is excited about making a difference in the sector, is comfortable leading from behind and who draws energy from supporting women working on the front lines to end violence.
Main responsibilities include:
- As part of the overall IAWP strategy, lead the development and implementation of a strategy to support organisations addressing psychological violence, coercion and control within intimate partner relationships; To develop the strategy, the programme officer will:
-convene experts in the field, academics, donors, civil society and other actors as needed;
– analyse and assess existing knowledge, research and data in the field and commission further research as needed;
– find experts that can generate innovative ideas and strategies and commission the development of new campaigns to increase awareness of psychological violence, coercion and control within intimate partner relationships.
- Support other programme officers in IAWP to mainstream awareness of psychological violence throughout the programme as necessary;
- Once the grant portfolio has been developed, share and support awareness of psychological violence to relevant other programmes (e.g. the Prevent Child Sexual Abuse Programme) within Oak Foundation;
- Grow and manage the psychological abuse grant portfolio from point of initial enquiry to assessment and final recommendation to the President/Trustees/Board by ensuring alignment with programme strategies and compliance with Oak’s grant management system and related grant-making procedures;
- Conduct the monitoring and evaluation of grants including through the conduct of site visits, review/edit progress and end of grant reports, monitor progress against objectives, suggest ways to improve and assess the overall impact of a grant and recommend next steps;
- Work with outside reviewers and experts to gather information and assess grant proposals;
- Coordinate activities and funding with peer philanthropists;
- Travel, including internationally, up to 25 per cent of the time during the year;
- Perform other relevant duties as requested by the Director and/or the Trustee
- A university degree in a relevant field such as psychology, public health, women’s rights;
- At least 7-10 years’ relevant work experience in the field of women’s rights, non-profit sector, civil society or relevant field;
- Proven experience in successful strategy development and implementation and/or campaigning for creating change;
- Expertise in intimate partner violence with a focus on psychological violence, coercion and control AND/OR in field building in the women’s rights or human rights sector;
- Comfortable working in a multicultural environment;
- Solid analytical and writing skills, experience setting up impact evaluation systems and analysing financial budgets;
- Excellent networking, presentation and communication skills;
- Tact, maturity and a good sense of humour;
- Fluency in spoken and written English. Knowledge of another language an asset;
- Swiss/EU citizen or holder of valid Swiss work permit preferred.
- A commitment to advancing feminism and human rights, and to Oak’s organisational values.
How to apply
To apply, please send your curriculum vitae and a covering letter by e-mail only to email@example.com. Please state “Programme Officer IAWP” in the subject line of your email. Please note that we will only be contacting shortlisted candidates.
Knowledge & Creative Communities Producer
Location: London, UK
Application Deadline: 24 May 2019 00:00
Date Posted: 15 May 2019
The Knowledge and Creative Communities Producer will be pivotal in expanding the Science and Research Entertainment Exchange’s (SREE) network of world leading talent across the full breadth of the research sectors and the entertainment industries – including film, games, and broadcast.
Working at the intersection of the entertainment and knowledge communities, the ideal candidate should have a curiosity for a wide range of topics; confidence to network proactively with new communities; excitement to represent SREE at international industry events; be able to think creatively and laterally to make cross-sector introductions; and look forward to the prospect of joining our dynamic start-up team.
The candidate is experienced in:
- Experience working in or with entertainment / creative industries as well as academic research communities, with demonstrable understanding of different sectoral needs, structures, and cultures.
- Demonstrable knowledge and interest of the key events, communities, and decision makers within these industries. Existing relationships and involvement are preferable.
- Adept at networking – able to form long-term effective working relationships.
- Excellent inter-personal skills. Can challenge, build rapport with, establish credibility, and influence stakeholders whilst building and maintaining relationships.
Please see full job description here.
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Public and Mediation Officer
Location: Paris, France
Date Posted: 15 May 2019
Placé(e) sous l’autorité du directeur artistique de l’Institut Giacometti et en lien étroit avec l’équipe de la Fondation Giacometti, vous êtes chargé(e) de :
La mise en place et gestion de la politique de médiation et de formation, associant médiation classique et innovante :
– Concevoir, programmer et développer des offres adaptées à une grande diversité de publics (adultes, familles, enfants, publics spécifiques, scolaires) ;
– Développer et suivre les partenariats institutionnels (réseaux, associations, établissements d’enseignement, rectorat) ;
– Proposer une offre de médiation spécifique liée à l’identité de l’Institut Giacometti et du Giacometti Lab ;
– Évaluer régulièrement les réalisations (bilans, rapports d’activité annuels) ;
– Actualiser les pratiques en s’inspirant d’expériences innovantes ;
– Concevoir et développer les outils de médiation spécifiques à chaque typologie de publics, dont les documents d’accompagnement à la visite (livrets, supports tactiles, outils numériques…), rédiger et/ou superviser les contenus ;
– Gérer les fournitures de médiation culturelle (commandes, gestion de stocks…) ;
– Communiquer sur les différentes activités (site internet, réseaux sociaux…) ;
– Conduire des interventions pédagogiques et des ateliers, en français ou en anglais ;
– Recruter les intervenants (médiateurs, conférenciers, animateurs, artistes, …) et organiser le planning, en lien avec le Directeur artistique et la Responsable des affaires administratives et opérationnelles ;
– Former, accompagner et coordonner les intervenants ;
– Suivre les demandes de subventions ;
Accueil des publics :
– Gérer le système de réservations et de la billetterie Secutix ;
– Mettre en place les réservations de visites individuelles et groupes ;
– Assurer le bon fonctionnement de l’accueil des publics ;
Horaires : 9h -18 h du mardi au samedi inclus
Merci d’envoyer vos candidatures – CV et lettre de motivation – à l’adresse suivante :
International Programme manager
Location: Île-de-France, France
Application Deadline: 24 May 2019 00:00
Date Posted: 14 May 2019
- Promouvoir l’autonomisation des filles et des femmes dans le monde en soutenant des projets qui visent à développer et faciliter leur accès à l’éducation, à la formation, à l’emploi, à la création d’entreprise, à la santé, à la culture et au sport :
- Prospection de projets pertinents pour la Fondation et réalisation d’appels à projet pour les régions Afrique, Amérique du Sud, Inde et Moyen-Orient ;
- Sélection de projets après analyse de dossiers de financement et d’appui technique ;
- Suivi administratif et financier des projets.
- Communiquer en interne et en externe sur les projets soutenus par la fondation Chanel :
- Co-animation des réunions statutaires de la fondation Chanel ;
- Pilotage du budget alloué à la fondation Europe ;
- Suivi et mis en œuvre des actions de mécénat de compétences ;
- Contribution régulière aux contenus pour la communication interne et externe.
- Coordination de projets transverses d’amélioration continue de la qualité ;
- Appui ponctuel selon les demandes de l’entreprise dans ses domaines de compétence – celles-ci pourront être menées sous forme de missions de conseil.
Encadrement : Aura à superviser un ou une Chargé-e de Programmes internationaux et d’éventuels consultants.
Le poste implique des contacts réguliers avec les membres de l’équipe en France et aux États-Unis. Des déplacements fréquents à l’international sont également à prévoir, correspondant à environ 30% du temps de travail.
Your skills and experience / Profil recherché
- Master en sciences sociales et humaines, économie, relations internationales ;
- Expérience minimale de 7 ans dans le secteur du mécénat, de la solidarité ou de l’action sociale ;
- Connaissance des enjeux du développement social et économique, du droit des femmes, de l’insertion économique et de la formation ;
- Un excellent niveau d’anglais et de français à l’écrit et à l’oral;
- L’excellente maîtrise d’une troisième langue est un plus.
- Compétences financières et maîtrise des outils de gestion impérative ;
- gestion de partenariats et gestion de projets ;
- Bonne compréhension des enjeux liés au milieu asociatif / organisation internationale ;
- Maîtrise des outils bureautiques et graphiques de base.
- Empathie et excellent relationnel, capacité d’écoute ;
- Qualité d’animation, de facilitation, être force de proposition et capacité d’influence ;
- Curiosité, ouverture d’esprit et adaptabilité ;
- Capacité à gérer des projets et programmes transverses ;
- Autonomie et goût du challenge.
- CDI basé à Neuilly sur Seine
Internship: International Policy
Location: Berlin, Germany
Application Deadline: 19 May 2019 23:00
Date Posted: 08 May 2019
Speech is action: With confidential discussions between foreign policy decision-makers and experts, the Körber Foundation is an independent institution committed to better international understanding and enables an open exchange beyond daily current constraints. The focus is on three regions: Eastern Europe, Asia and the Near and Middle East.
We are looking for two interns for 40 hours / week for our projects
Bergedorf Round Table / Berlin Foreign Policy Forum
- Organisational support in the preparation, implementation and follow-up of the respective events
- General office activities
- Experience in the organization of events
- Foreign policy interest
- Study of humanities or social sciences (only enrolled undergraduate or graduate students, no master’s graduates)
- very good knowledge of German and English, additional knowledge of French or Arabic for the Bergedorf Round Table is an advantage
- Independence, care, resilience, teamwork and skill in dealing with high-ranking guests
- sound computer skills, especially MS Office, Internet research
- Operational and independent participation in a young and dedicated team
- Insight into all projects of the area and in the Berlin policy
Bergedorf Round Table : August 19 to November 18, 2019
Berlin Foreign Policy Forum : September 16 to December 15, 2019
Fee: 600, – EUR per month (gross)
Application deadline: May 19, 2019
Required documents: cover letter (max 1 page), if applicable, with reference to the preferred project, curriculum vitae, internship and employment certificates, current grade list, proof of language skills (if available).
Please only by e-mail and in a PDF document.
Contact: Ms. Leonie trunk, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
German Marshall Fund of the United States
Location: Paris, France
Application Deadline: 03 June 2019 00:00
Date Posted: 07 May 2019
Led by Dr. Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer, the Paris office of the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) strengthens transatlantic dialogue and cooperation on global issues by acting as a key forum for policymakers, business leaders, academics, and experts.
GMF-Paris acts as a unique platform in France for high-level policy debate focusing on the transatlantic relationship. GMF-Paris works in close cooperation with GMF’s network of offices and experts on both sides of the Atlantic (Washington, D.C. (headquarters), Paris, Brussels, Berlin, Warsaw, Belgrade, Bucharest, and Ankara. This gives GMF-Paris an unmatched capacity to produce informed and holistic (national, European, transatlantic and global) analysis of the political, socio-economic and strategic dynamics in the following six areas: defense and foreign policy, U.S. and French politics, transatlantic trade policy, European affairs, digital innovation and energy transition.
GMF-Paris works towards the overarching goal of providing a better understanding of U.S. policies and of the different European perspectives in France, while advancing the French perspective on core domestic and international challenges facing Europe and the United States. It does so through its convening power (high-level public and private events, strategy groups), cutting-edge research and analysis, leadership programs and by offering private sector companies’ membership in the Paris Business Alliance.
The Office manager manages and oversees all administrative matters related to GMF’s Paris office. The Office Manager reports to the Paris Office Director and provides support in a variety of office administration functions, to include facilities and IT management, finance and budget projections, human resources, communication and event logistics, in close coordination with the respective departments in headquarters, based in Washington, DC.
Key Areas of Responsibility:
- Manage the daily administrative tasks relating to the Paris office
- Coordinate with the HQ HR, IT and Finance teams on various operational issues, as needed
- Participate in GMF’s office managers’ monthly calls, and annual retreat
- Serve as the primary POC in managing the relationships with office equipment vendors and service providers to ensure prompt and efficient serviceCode and process accurately all office vendor invoices and payments in a timely manner
- Provide general financial oversight
- Prepare monthly financial reports for Paris office accounts
- Prepare budget forecast updates and supporting analysis
- Prepare budgets for events to facilitate planning and cost efficiency
- Prepare audit for external funders if needed
- Manage with the support of interns the Director’s calendar to include scheduling travel and meetings as needed
- Provide administrative support to include expense coding.
Qualifications and Requirements:
- Fluency in both French and English required; Excellent writing skills in both French and English;
- Licenses degree in Management/Communications, is preferred;
- At least three years of office administration experience to include bookkeeping, payroll, financial reporting, accounting, human resources, communication and facilities management.
- Detail-oriented with demonstrated ability to multitask with a high level of initiative and motivation.
- High-level of initiative and motivation in addition to the ability to deal with confidential information.
- Excellent command of Microsoft Office, particularly in Word, Excel and Outlook.
- Demonstrated social skills – courteous with guests, enthusiastic.
Due to the high volume of responses, we will only contact candidates of interest.
Please note that Non-EU-citizens need to be in possession of an unrestricted French work permit.