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The Grant Manager, in close collaboration with the Deputy Country Director, will ensure regular oversight, monitoring, and support to the management of the Mission’s grant portfolio, all through the lifecycle, from early discussions with the donor and/or organisational partners, proposal preparation, to grant compliance checks, donor visibility requirements and reporting.
The Grant Manager will take the lead and coordinate the process of development of high quality funding proposals, concept notes and reports in compliance with donor regulations, and shall follow HQ and mission-level related established processes, and ensure all documentation is in line with Action Against Hunger’s internal Guidelines.
In order to ensure efficient processes and contract monitoring, the Grant Manager is expected to create and maintain tools and grant files and records, including the GESPRA system and stay updated on donor requirements. In addition,
This is an extremely dynamic and rigorous role, requiring strong coordination and organisation skills, to ensure that all deliverables are produced in a timely manner, which can be a challenge at times. The Grant Manager will keep in regular contact with all staff involved in the implementation of grants, as well as donors’ focal points in charge of tasks related to the management of contracts, reporting, communication and monitoring.
Key activities in your role will include
MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Identification, coordination, preparation, writing and submission of quality and timely
proposals/concept notes, following Action Against Hunger’s validation processes and taking into
account the donor guidelines
Coordinate and lead the production and submission of quality and timely donor reports
Grant Management & donors relations and Intellegence
Do you meet the profile required criteria?
Knowledge in Humanitarian Action or any related field (communications, political science, law, etc.)
Good experience in proposal writing, donor rules, validation procedures, coordination of processes. Experience in Project Cycle Management. Ability to write donor reports and proposals in excellent English.
Previous experience in a similar position and/or in the humanitarian field of at least 2 years
English: Compulsory working language. Excellent writing skills are required for this position. French and/ or Spanish are also an asset.
Solid experience and proven ability in proposal writing, reporting, major donors’ rules and guidelines, coordination of processes, validation procedures.
Our remuneration package:
Salary: according to Action Against Hunger salary scale and to candidate’s previous experience.
Formal work contract
National and international mobility may be needed.
Expatriate insurance (health, live, repatriation, travel, etc.).
Break flights/trips to defined area.
Yearly holiday return flight ticket.
Accommodation and housing expenses (in shared guest house).
Travel costs to and from the mission.
25 working days of paid leave per year.