Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Job vacancy

KAFA (enough) Violence and Exploitation

Job Opening:
Assistant Project Coordinator

Within the frame of the project entitled “Protecting Adolescents from Gender based Violence through the Promotion of their Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights in Yemen, Lebanon and OPT”* implemented by KAFA (enough) Violence and Exploitation in partnership with Save the Children Sweden , KAFA is seeking to employ an assistant project coordinator to work in this initiative.

Main Responsibilities include:
o Assist in the KAP survey on SRHR: facilitate in the process of data collection;
o Aid and participate in field visits to beneficiaries, stakeholders, areas of interest within the context of the current project;
o Aid in the planning, organizing, monitoring and documentation of the workshops;
o Logistical support for workshops, awareness sessions, events within the context of the current project;
o Responsible for documenting and aid in the monitoring and the evaluation for all meetings, activities of the current project. This includes, but is not limited to: report writing, photographing, collecting and organizing resources (soft and hard copies), communicating with stakeholders, etc.
o Assist project coordinator in any activities related to the project.

Required qualifications:
o University degree in social sciences or related field;
o Excellent writing and communication skills in Arabic and English;
French is a plus;
o Experience working on long and Mid-term projects;
o Background in or adequate knowledge of issues concerning: gender, child sexual abuse, reproductive and sexual health and rights. Knowledge in research methodology and M&E is a plus;
o Team-work skills.

The position is offered on a full time basis starting immediately.

Interested candidates should send a CV and a motivation letter to ghida.anani@kafa.org.lb & maria.semaan@kafa.org.lb specifying “Assistant project coordinator vacancy” in the subject line by April 8, 2010 latest.

* This project is funded by the European Commission

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