ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Regional Support (60%)
- Responsible for coordination of the development and maintenance of field manuals, case file forms, training tools, and standardized policies and procedures;
- Coordinate all key elements of monitoring visits to the field including preparation of monitoring materials and agendas, coordinating travel and schedules, liaising with field offices, and related communication;
- Coordinate and support implementation of the annual IRC Tax Preparation Program;
- Coordinate the planning and execution of field training; lead trainings as needed.
- Act as one point of contact and field day-to-day operational and technical assistance questions;
- Work with headquarter team members on departmental development and planning initiatives;
- Organize logistics and participate in regional conferences and meetings;
- Participate in special projects as assigned;
- Other duties as assigned
Grants Management (40%)
- Lead proposal writer for foundation, corporation and related grants
- Provide support to the Regional Director and Program Officer in development of large grant proposals e.g. federal grants
- Review quality of program reports against donor requirements; work with field to make any necessary revisions.
- Liaise with field offices and headquarters departments to obtain signature approvals for grants and contracts, as needed;
- Provide first review of monthly financial management reports for Region I offices; work with field and Regional Director as needed to ensure accuracy.
- Assume acting Program Officer responsibilities during vacancies or leaves.
- Bachelor’s degree required in relevant field such as International Affairs, Social Work, or related field - Master’s degree desirable;
- Two to three years progressive non-profit experience, experience in the U.S. refugee resettlement program preferable;
- Knowledge and experience in the area of social service provisions in the U.S., as related to refugee resettlement preferred;
- Experience implementing or supporting programs benefiting refugee populations;
- Ability to adapt to new computerized applications and changes in technology management;
- Strong critical thinking, research, and analytical skills;
- Excellent writing, spelling, grammar and mathematical skills. Previous participation in grant writing is a plus;
- Strong organizational, multi-tasking skills and an ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment;
- Willingness to handle complex, heavy and detail-oriented workload and assigned special projects.
How to applyPlease apply at http://tbe.taleo.net/NA2/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=IRC&cws=1&rid=6772