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The situation in Libya continues to deteriorate. The ongoing conflict continues to break down the infrastructure and systems of a country already heavily affected by conflict since the downfall of Ghaddafi in 2011. Today nearly one million people out of a population of 6.6 Million have sort of significant humanitarian need. Of that population in need only 300,000 have so far been reached in 2019; with particularly significant holes in the provision of health care (primarily for a resident population) and protection (primarily for migrants and refugees). Humanitarian operations in the country are both difficult to operate and significantly underfunded (with only 70 million dollars of the 200 million dollars requested in this year HRP now funded – and the US / EU making up 75% of that funding). In this increasingly complex environment with increasing needs, Action Against Hunger seeks to bring its’ expertise to Libya over the next year; to build an effective and sustainable presence to help the most vulnerable in this forgotten country.
In a context of mission opening, you will set up the grants coordination function for our new mission in Libya.
You will be responsible for coordinating all parts of the project cycle process for the country team in Libya and Tunisia through ensuring the planning and preparation of quality proposals, the oversight and follow-up of grant implementation and accurate internal and external reporting on all grants.
Your main responsibilities will be:
Develop concept notes, proposals and support donor engagement
Ensure oversight and follow-up of grant implementation
Lead all internal and external reporting processes
Ensure compliance with donor guidelines and regulations
Ensure effective coordination of programs integration
You have at least 5 years of work experience in international development or humanitarian assistance, and you are known for leading new business development efforts, including program design, proposal writing, and partner relationship development (such as DFID, USAID/OFDA/FFP and ECHO)
You have previous experience working in insecure circumstances
You master Project Management Cycle and the associated tools.
You have excellent written and oral communications skills. You have demonstrated ability to write and edit reports under deadline pressure.
You are known for the ability to work independently with a flexible and small structure.
You should be able to travel to both Tunisia and Libya and be flexible to adapt to different phase of development
You are fluent (written and spoken) in English – this is mandatory. French and Arabic will be a plus.
Contract: fixed term contract under French legislation
Duration: 2.5 months (possible extension depending on funding)
Conditions for French Contract:
Transportation and accommodation:
Medical coverage: 100% coverage of medical expenses + repatriation insurance.
Leaves and RnR:
Unique experience to start up the programmatic functions of a mission, in an evolving and dynamic context