Regional Programmes Coordinator

Regional Programmes Coordinator

  • Location


  • Sector:

    Projects & Programmes, General

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  • Salary:

    £25k per year

  • Contact :

    Harriet Mountain

  • Contact email:


  • Contact phone:

    020 7820 7328

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  • Published:

    about 2 years ago

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An international charity are looking for a Regional Programmes Coordinator To provide support to allocated country offices and partners in delivering effective programmes on time and on budget.

The post is based in Wakefield.

Key Responsibilities:
-Research and support the planning, development and implementation of projects in various locations.
-Maintain direct contact with partners on the planning, implementation and progress of projects on regular basis.
-Develop and issue requests for partnership using Grant guidelines.
-Ensure effective due diligence is carried out with all documentation from prospective partners, to make certain all are correct and fit for their intended purpose.
-Research and prepare proposals and summaries with recommendations for appropriate action.
-Monitor and evaluate the ongoing projects to ensure that the department is meeting the objectives as required.
-Coordinate meetings between PA partners and stakeholders.
-Work with the Senior Programme Officer to ensure that any current/future projects are sufficiently funded and transactions are on time.
-Verify budgets, invoices and financial liquidation reports to ensure that money is being spent according to the approved operational plan.
-Undertake monitoring and evaluation visits to Country Programmes and Organisational Partners to ensure programmes are implemented as proposed, contracted and per internal guidelines and standards.

Skills and Experience required:
-Understanding of development programmes design, implementation and evaluation.
-Experience of engaging with institutional donors, specifically DFID and UK Aid.
-Proven experience in monitoring and evaluation of programmes; using of quantitative and qualitative research data collected in support of programme development.
-Proven experience and knowledge of effective budgetary control and grant management.
-Experience of distance management.
-Experience of working on development and/or emergency/recovery programmes in developing countries.
-Knowledge of SPHERE, CHS and DEC Accountability Framework priorities and other humanitarian/development sector initiatives and standards
- Ability and willingness to travel for up to 30% of the year to country offices