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Action Against Hunger has been operating in Jordan since 2013. The Jordan mission is dynamic and rapidly growing, with large-scale WASH, Livelihoods and Mental Health and Care Practices (MHCP) programmes being implemented in host communities (Azraq, Irbid, Jerash) and the Azraq refugee camp. MHPSS programming is very small in scale, and fundraising initiatives are currently ongoing.
The Jordan Country Strategy has been recently revised, through an in-depth context review, community consultations and internal workshops. The overall objective of the strategy is to strengthen the resilience of vulnerable people to socio-economic and environmental challenges in Jordan, with an emphasis on rural and peri-urban women and youth. The revised strategy, in line with the needs of the Jordanian context, brings up interesting challenges in terms of development-oriented WASH programming, focusing on sustainable and multi-sectoral interventions. With a team of 8 international employees and more than 100 national colleagues, the Action Against Hunger Jordan office manages a portfolio of projects for approximately EUR 7.5 million, in response to the Syria crisis and its reverberating effects on development conditions in Jordan. Donor supporting these programmes range include the EU via MADAD, AFD, GIZ, and SDC.
The coordination office in Amman supports the two operational bases in Azraq and Irbid.
Jordan is considered as a stable country where security conditions enable safe implementation of projects.
Under the supervision of the Deputy Country Director Programs, your main objective will be to lead and follow up on the tactical elements of donor relations and project cycle management for Action Against Hunger’s programmes for Syrian refugees and vulnerable Jordanian households, in conformity with Action Against Hunger and international standards and national policies.
More precisely, you will be in charge of:
You hold a university degree in international relations, political science, social sciences, humanitarian and / or development studies, public administration, or other related field.
Experience requested :
Skills requested :
The team in Jordan is currently moving toward becoming compliant with Action Against Hunger's Gender Minimum Standards; you have an appetite to get more involved with gender and lead the country-level change process of prioritising gender considerations.
Excellent English spoken and written is required
• 12 months fixed term contract under French legislation
• Monthly gross salary from 2450€ to 2800€ upon experience
• Monthly per diem and living allowance: 642€ net, field paid
• Monthly country allowance: 150€
• 16% of the gross monthly salary for pension insurance reimbursement for non-French citizens
• Transportation and accommodation: Coverage of transportation costs and guest house
• Medical coverage: 100% coverage of medical expenses and repatriation insurance
• Leaves and RnR: 25 days of paid leaves per year, 20 RnR per year and 215 € at each RnR period
• Training: Free and unlimited access to the certifying e-learning platform Crossknowledge ©
If you enjoy taking up new challenges, are solution-oriented, have a zeal for programme integration, and are committed to gender equity, join the team!
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