Program Coordinator

at SEED Foundation
Published November 22, 2022
Location Erbil, Iraq
Category Management  
Job Type Full Time  


SEED is seeking a Program Coordinator to support and coordinate the implementation and management of an international grant program to support survivors of violence and strengthen protections. The Program Coordinator will assist in all aspects of the program, including planning, implementation, evaluation and reporting. The Program Coordinator will report to the Program Manager.

Specific tasks:

Program and Project Implementation (80%)

Assist the Program Manager with program planning.
Assist with the full cycle of program implementation.
Support grants management including filing and tracking grant documents.
Develop and maintain a list of reporting deadlines for grants and play a key role in the collection of data, ensuring accuracy of data.
Lead donir report writing, ensuring high quality reporting.
Develop program documents and tools.
Develop work plans and track progress towards programmatic targets, ensuring any challenges are immediately flagged.
Support the development of practices and policies and ensure that these are adhered to.
Ensure that program procurement is in line with SEED’s policies and donor regulations.
Working closely with management personnel and SEED’s Technical Unit, ensure implementation of effective strategies to provide high quality, comprehensive services.
Working closely with other management personnel and the Technical Unit, ensure implementation of effective strategies to improve protections and reduce violence through awareness-raising, advocacy and increased local government capacity.
Communications and Outreach (20%)

Develop communications and awareness materials including success stories and social media communications.
Assist in campaigns and events.
Other Responsibilities

Participate in all training instructed by the supervisor.
Performs other duties as necessary, as assigned by the supervisor.
Required Experience and Competencies

Minimum of 3 years of relevant experience; experience in Iraq and/or Middle East is considered an asset.
Experience in international development or humanitarian settings working with survivors of violence. Experience on human rights, protection, and gender will be considered an asset.
Excellent communication, interpersonal skills, and cross-cultural abilities.
Strong ability to work independently, including the ability to multitask, prioritize competing tasks, and manage time effectively.
Ability to work in a stressful setting and adapt quickly to changing environments.
Well-organized, self-motivated, and ability to work in a team.
Excellent English, including drafting skills.
Ability to live in KRI.

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