Contract duration: 11/2021 – 04/2022 with a potential extension. 35 hours / week, flexible working hours.
Work place: Tripoli, Lebanon
Payment: 845 USD/month
Coordinate with our local partner NGOs and conduct field visits of the project activities, if required.
Networking with potential partners and looking for new activities within the livelihood and education sectors.
Serve as lead writer for donor-funded proposals, mainly in the areas of education and livelihoods, in accordance with PIN SK and donor requirements.
Provide regular inputs regarding development opportunities, ensuring the team is fully aware of all opportunities and proposals.
Write strong proposal content (objectives, outcomes, staffing, budget, M&E) according to a consistently high standard and suited to different audiences.
Identify, coordinate and ensure the timely completion of all activities needed for successful proposal generation.
Represent PIN SK in donor communication, if required.
A rewarding and dynamic work experience
Creative environment and self-realisation
The chance to be part of an international and supportive team
2+ years of experience in the NGO sector / grant management and track record in writing project proposals
Excellent English (written and verbal)
Excellent time management with the ability to create proposal content according to a consistently high standard and suited to different audiences.
Independence, reliability, creativity, flexibility.
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.
PIN SK is an Equal Opportunity employer, so applications are encouraged from all qualified candidates without distinction of any kind, such as race, ethnicity, nationality, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and others. PIN SK welcomes applications from underrepresented groups and values diversity.
Please note that PIN SK does not charge a fee at any stage of its recruitment process.
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