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International Programmes Coordinator

A charity are looking for an International Programmes Coordinator co-ordinate their international programme portfolio. This will involve monitoring the project cycle in co-operation with colleagues and the critical appraisal of proposals, budgets and reports.

You will coordinate the international programmes remit for key countries, in conjunction with one other International Programmes Coordinator. This involves working closely with key stakeholders to ensure delivery, implementation and monitoring of funded programmes and the provision of specialist programme guidance internally to different departments and externally to the donor community.

Key Responsibilities:
-Supporting organisational efforts to fundraise from general, corporate and institutional donors including;
-Provide programme guidance into campaign planning groups and to potential donors, both internal and external to the organisation.
-Research, develop and draft funding applications for corporate, institutional, Trust and other donors.
-Capacity build colleagues and deliver workshops in disaster response, sustainable development and other cross cutting issues.
-Providing programme advice, data and information to colleagues including;
Guiding on suitability of project proposals from a technical, financial and strategic view point.
-Analyse and highlight key outcomes and successes in project reports and share with communications and fundraising teams.
-Monitor projects through the international programmes department and field offices and ensure alignment to agreed standards including;
-Maintain an up to date overview of operational matters across designated regions and country programmes with an in-depth knowledge of projects funded and their progress.
-Undertake monitoring and evaluation field visits to country offices and programmes
-Establish, implement and maintain a donor accountability framework
-Contribute to the development of country, regional and global programmes strategy and policy
-Attend public lectures, seminars and training courses to develop specialist and technical knowledge and skills.

Skills and Experience required:
-A graduate degree or equivalent experience in development/humanitarian areas
-An in-depth understanding of international development issues
-Knowledge of Project Cycle Management
-Effective budgetary control and grant management skills including some experience with institutional donors
-Ability to critically appraise project proposals and reports
-Ability to appraise and assess complex financial data and spreadsheets
-Proven experience of working within a programming department of an international NGO
-Experience of humanitarian emergencies and the role fundraising plays
-Demonstrable experience working on issues of sustainability in a development context, with knowledge of participatory approaches
-Field work experience with an international NGO in a developing country

How to Apply

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