Managing Director, Johannesburg Global Teachers Institute
The Global Teachers Institute (GTI) is a teacher development organisation dedicated to strengthening teacher capacity and the quality of schooling in South Africa and across the world by changing the way teachers are trained. GTI aims to empower student teachers, school leaders and educational organizations by offering a range of programs that refocus teacher training and professional development on the principles of classroom excellence, consciousness development, and social responsibility.
Based in Cape Town, GTI seeks to fill the following vacancy:
The MD will control and oversee all Global Teachers Institute operations, people and ventures and will be responsible for the overall success of the work of the GTI. The MD will set the bar for the focus on the qualitative aspects of the programmes and processes of the GTI to ensure that teachers emerging from this work are optimally prepared to do the important work. The ideal candidate will be a reflective strategist, an effective manager, and a dynamic leader able to steer the GTI to the most sustainable direction while also implementing its vision, mission and long term goals. Very strong crisis management skills will also be essential since the work is in a quality-driven growth phase. The goal is to ensure the GTI is constantly moving towards fulfilling its short-term and long-term objectives and does not diverge from its strategic framework.
Key responsibilities of this position include:
Providing strategic leadership to the Board and Executive Chairperson so that they will have accurate view of the landscape and the future work of the GTI.
Preparing and implementing comprehensive operational plans to facilitate achievement by planning cost-effective operations and market development activities
Ensuring GTI policies and legal guidelines are communicated all the way from the top down in the company and that they are followed at all times
Communicating and maintaining trust relationships with all relevant stakeholders, business partners and education entities and authorities
Overseeing GTI’s financial management, operating systems and new ventures
Delegating responsibilities and supervising the work of executives providing guidance and motivation to drive maximum performance
Reading all submitted reports by GTI managers to reward performance, prevent issues and resolve problems
Representing the organisation as a public speaker and public relations representative in ways that strengthen its profile
Analysing problematic situations and occurrences and providing solutions to ensure GTI survival and growth
Creating and monitoring quality assurance frameworks, tools and processes
Coaching, developing and training emerging leaders and junior staff members
The Managing Director must meet the following criteria:
BSc/BA including some business administration or relevant field; MSc/MA will be an advantage
Proven experience as a manager and leader
Demonstrable experience in developing and implementing strategic and business plans
Thorough knowledge of the education landscape and forces that influence the work of the GTI
Teaching experience beneficial but not required
Strong understanding of financial management and measures of performance
Familiarity with labour law and management best practices
Excellent organisational and leadership skills
Excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills
Outstanding analytical and problem-solving abilities
Commitment to GTI’s mission and values
Prepared to travel at least one week each month and periodic international travel required
WoMin, a feminist collective of organisations that span the African continent, works alongside national and regional movements and popular organisations of women, mining impacted communities and peasants, and their solidarity partners, to make visible the impacts of extractivism on peasant and working class women. Together with partners situated from the local to the international, WoMin works to counter the destructive impacts of extractivism such as land grabbing and displacement of communities, pollution and erosion, and violence against women, and, critically, to advance a women-centred and just development alternative.
WoMin seeks to fill the following vacancy based in Johannesburg
GRANTS AND CONTRACTS MANAGER
The Grants and Contracts Manager works as an integral part of the WoMin Operations Team, is accountable to the Director for her grants management responsibilities, collaborates with other functions, and supports the WoMin management committee (Mancom) to fulfil its responsibilities for effective donor and contract management. Her main responsibilities include support to fundraising and effective management of institutional funders; leading on the implementation of improved M&E systems and processes including stronger organisational reporting; working with programme managers to more effectively monitor and manage partner and consultancy contracts in support of donor accountability; and capacity building of WoMin and partners on grants and compliance related matters.
Principal duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Fundraising, grants and compliance management
Monitoring and Evaluation and organisational reporting
Capacity building in contracts, compliance management etc.
Contribute to the organization’s internal processes and projects
The Grants and Contracts Manager must meet the following criteria:
Is a woman with a minimum eight years’ experience in NGO sector in progressively senior programme management positions
Preference to a candidate who has worked in women’s rights, extractives or natural resource organisations and with experience in or a strong inclination to supporting movement-building
In-depth understanding and experience of working to build proposals and manage contracts with a range of institutional funders
Experience of complex planning, budgeting and management processes including the ability to provide clear guidance on donor policies and procedures
Comprehensive understanding of narrative and financial reporting, review and analysis
Strong writing skills non-negotiable
Experience of working in a global team and providing support from a distance
A team player who meets deadlines, is able to problem-solve with others, is open to learning and is able to work with full accountability to team members and to her line manager.
Willingness to travel up to 25% of the year
Knowledge of French and/or Portuguese would be an advantage
Someone holding a strong feminist ethos would be an advantage
Office Administrator, Cape Town Equal Education Law Centre
The EELC is a public interest law clinic established in 2012. We are a team of activist and movement lawyers working to advance the struggles of young people, particularly for quality and equality in education, through legal research, advocacy and strategic litigation. The EELC works closely with our sister organisation, Equal Education, a movement of learners, parents, teachers and community members.
Based in Cape Town, Equal Education Law Centre seeks to fill the following vacancy:
The purpose of the Office Administrator is to support the administration and financial management of the organisation.
Key responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
Implementing the EELC’s human resource, financial and procurement policies.
Ensuring timeous payments to EELC service providers and preparing various claims and payments for authorisation.
Managing payroll and leave administration.
Assisting with budget preparation and budget monitoring
Monitoring funder agreements, including reporting and payment dates.
Assisting with financial audits.
Managing office and project assets.
Ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements for non-profit organisations and law clinics.
Attending to logistical arrangements and preparation for Board meetings.
Attending to incoming telephone calls, emails and referring walk-in clients to relevant individuals.
Assisting EELC staff with coordination of events, workshops and other activities.
Liaising with relevant service providers to ensure that the EELC’s IT requirements are met.
Providing general office support to all members of the EELC, and particularly the ED and DD.
Maintaining filing and archiving of personnel, financial and other records of the EELC.
The Office Administrator must meet the following criteria:
At least 3 years working experience in bookkeeping and office administration.
Minimum Grade 12 with a Diploma in Financial Accounting, Office administration or Business management.
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Pastel.
Knowledge of financial and accounting procedures
Good written and verbal communication skills.
Strong interpersonal and collaborative skills.
Excellent analytical and numerical skills.
Strong ethics, with an ability to manage confidential information.
Based in the Western Cape or able to relocate.
Experience working in an NGO will be an added advantage.
The EELC conducts its recruitment with a commitment to transformation and equity.
Programme Manager, Johannesburg International Youth Foundation
AThe International Youth Foundation (IYF) invests in the extraordinary potential of young people. Founded in 1990, IYF builds and maintains a worldwide community of businesses, governments, and civil society organizations — now spanning 73 countries — committed to empowering youth to be healthy, productive, and engaged citizens. In the past two decades, IYF has supported 472 youth-serving organizations in 134 countries, and has partnered with a wide range of corporate partners and public training systems, reaching more than 16 million young people. IYF programs are catalysts for change that help young people obtain a quality education, gain employability skills, make healthy choices, and improve their communities.
Based in Johannesburg, IYF seeks to fill the following vacancy:
Reporting directly to IYF’s Programme Director in South Africa, the Programme Manager will lead program design, management and monitoring to assigned youth skills development project(s) in South Africa, particularly those projects operated in close partnership with the public TVET college system and industry. The Programme Manager will be IYF’s lead representative with aforementioned partners for assigned project(s).
Key responsibilities of this position will include:
Leading the co-design of project components with public and private partners, including but not limited to integration of improved curricula into public TVET colleges, design of digitized resources for TVET lecturers, and design of industry employee engagement activities in support of strengthening TVET colleges
Leading the development and regular review of project work plans, in accordance with grant agreements, donor rules/regulations, and project budgetary resources
Leading and coordinating delivery of IYF technical assistance to project partners, including public TVET colleges and corporate clients.
Managing processes related to delivery of staff training, curriculum integration, employee engagement activities at partner TVET colleges
Informing the design and leading the implementation of performance measurement plan for assigned project(s), in consultation with the Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL) Manager
Ensuring all data is collected and entered into IYF’s online project monitoring system. This includes following required processes to access data from IYF project partners, including public education providers
Providing logistical and administrative support, as required to assigned projects
Assisting in identification, selecting and managing of technical consultants and other project-related procurements, and coordinating internal resources for project execution
The Programme Manager must meet the following criteria:
Relevant Undergraduate degree (e.g. Education, Social Sciences, Commerce)
At least five years’ experience leading program design and implementation in the NGO sector, ideally in the education or skills development field(s)
A combination of both private and public-sector work experience would be advantageous
Demonstrated experiencing engaging with South Africa’s skills development policies and institutions, including NSDS III, B-BBEE Codes of Good Practices, and Sector Education Training Authorities (SETAs). Prior experience designing or implementing programs in partnership with DHET and/or public TVET colleges an added advantage
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including demonstrated experience engaging external stakeholders and writing donor reports.
Strong digital literacy, with the ability to rapidly learn new and champion the use of new software and online programmes in the IYF South Africa office. Strong Microsoft Office skills a must, with working knowledge of Microsoft OneNote and SharePoint an added advantage. Experience with online management information systems a bonus
Proven ability to manage multiple responsibilities. Good judgement in prioritizing independently, and also operating within a team environment when needed
South African permanent resident, with fluency in at least three of South Africa’s official languages
Africa Check is a non-profit organisation set up in 2012 to promote accuracy in public debate and the media in Africa. The goal of Africa Check’s work is to raise the quality of information available to society across the continent. Since 2012 they have fact-checked hundreds of claims on topics from crime and race in South Africa to population numbers in Nigeria and fake health cures in countries around Africa.
Based in the Journalism Department of the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, Africa Check seeks to appoint the
This position requires a combination of programming skills and aesthetics. The candidate should have a strong understanding of content management systems particularly WordPress. Also essential is a deep understanding of the entire web development process, including design and development. Experience with responsive design is preferred.
The developer will be responsible for upkeep of our content-rich websites, trouble-shooting when problems arise, project-managing and developing new features in liaison with our digital support services, and managing the updating of static content pages. The job also entails regularly monitoring of digital performance to make our websites as efficient as possible and being responsive to the requirements of our editorial teams.
Key responsibilities for this position include:
Ongoing routine website maintenance & trouble-shooting, in liaison with support services
Developing and implementing new features and functionality in accordance with overall plans
Overseeing the updating of static pages – in liaison with relevant teams
Conducting periodic reviews and making modifications as necessary to ensure efficiency of digital performance.
Establishing and guiding the website’s architecture – in liaison with management and digital support services
Ensuring high-performance and availability, and managing all technical aspects of the CMS, including testing and deployment
Working with a non-technical team to conceptualise and develop projects – including the use and development of new fact-checking tools.
Leading the planning and implementation of outsourced digital services
Leading efforts in developing fact-checking tools
Contributing to Africa Check projects by carrying out activities which may fall outside of the job description when required to do so
The Developer must be able to demonstrate:
Minimum 5 years of relevant work experience in a news media environment, working with content-heavy websites
Ability to work and communicate with a wide range of internal and external constituents
Good research, analysis, design and project management skills
Experience of developing search systems
Experience building user interfaces for websites and/or web applications
Experience designing and developing responsive design websites
Experience working with debugging tools
Ability to understand CSS changes and to ensure consistent style across platforms and browsers
Ability to convert comprehensive layout and wireframes into working HTML pages
Project Bookkeeper, Pretoria Africa Disability Alliance
The African Disability Alliance (ADA) was initially called the Secretariat of the African Decade of Persons with Disability (SADPD). The organisation’s name was changed with effect from 11 April 2014. The registration of ADA launches a new phase in the development and maturity of the organisation as a disability-led technical agency deriving its mandate from the human rights movement of organisations of persons with disabilities that constitute its membership. ADA’s mission is to be an African knowledge-based organisation that works in partnership with the AU, UN, African governments, CSOs, Academia and DPOs to promote inclusive development and human rights for persons with disabilities.
Based in Pretoria, the ADA seeks to fill the following vacancy:
The purpose of the Bookkeeper is to maintain the organisation’s financial records, including payments, receipts, petty cash disbursements and payroll.
Key responsibilities of this position include:
Recording day to day financial transactions and complete the posting process
Reviewing postings to the GL for accuracy and timeliness
Verifying the accuracy of invoices and other accounting documents or records
Tracking and reconciling bank statements
Bring the books to the trial balance stage
Completing tax forms, e.g. VAT201, EMP201, EMP501
Developing, maintaining, and analysing budgets
Preparing periodic reports that compare budgeted costs to actual costs
Supporting monthly payroll and keep organized records
Supporting project staff with financial reports for missions
Working with subgrantees to prepare regular financial reports on their grant income and expenditure
Participating in annual audits
The Project Accountant must meet the following criteria:
A qualification in Accounting / Bookkeeping
Membership of a professional body, with a published code of Ethics
Proven bookkeeping experience, preferably in a multi-currency project-based environment
Understanding of basic bookkeeping and accounting payable/receivable principles
Ability to calculate, post and manage accounting figures and financial records
Data entry skills along with aptitude for numbers
Fluency in English (French, and any other AU Language would be an added advantage, but not a requirement)
Computer Literacy: Advanced MS Excel skills (creating spreadsheets and using financial functions)
Experience and familiarity with accounting software (e.g. Pastel)
High degree of accuracy and attention to detail
Organisational and time-management skills
Attention to detail
Ability to spot and correct numerical and accounting errors
Ability to work in a diverse language, culture and multi-ability environment
ADA is an equal opportunity employer. In addition, eligible non-South African citizens can also apply if compliant with South African laws.
Finance and Administration Manager, Johannesburg International Youth Foundation
The International Youth Foundation (IYF) invests in the extraordinary potential of young people. Founded in 1990, IYF builds and maintains a worldwide community of businesses, governments, and civil society organizations — now spanning 73 countries — committed to empowering youth to be healthy, productive, and engaged citizens. In the past two decades, IYF has supported 472 youth-serving organizations in 134 countries, and has partnered with a wide range of corporate partners and public training systems, reaching more than 16 million young people. IYF programs are catalysts for change that help young people obtain a quality education, gain employability skills, make healthy choices, and improve their communities.
Based in Johannesburg, IYF seeks to fill the following vacancy:
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION MANAGER
The primary responsibility of this position will be financial and operational leadership and oversight for the IYF South Africa office. The incumbent shall be responsible for the administrative and financial management, accountability requirements, and human resources management of the office. In addition, the incumbent will oversee compliance and reporting and manage IYFs relationships with donors. The Manager will provide technical assistance to staff in implementing and complying with financial and administrative procedures to ensure compliance with regulations and serve as the financial liaison to IYF USA, donors, other implementing partners and implementing units. The ideal candidate will be a person with a commitment to international development, youth programs and values-driven work environment, with a thorough understanding of accounting, finance, taxes, and payroll in South Africa.
Key responsibilities of this position will include:
Responsible for all aspects of South Africa office financial management and accounting
Ensuring compliance and consistency with IYF policies and procedures, as well as compliance with the terms and conditions of any donor agreements governing the work in the office
Acting as the IYF South Africa’s finance point of contact with local funders, maintaining good relationships and being responsive to their priorities and requests
Recording and accounting daily transactions, ensuring accuracy and completeness of required files and supporting documentation serving as evidence of transactions
Ensuring sound cash management of local bank accounts and maintains petty cash fund
Processing cash disbursements in accordance with financial management policies and established approval levels
Processing payroll, remits tax and other government contributions and reports to local agencies
Managing all matters related to the operations and administration of the office
Ensuring registration requirements are kept current at all times and files statutory returns and renewals
In accordance with global IYF policies, developing, adapting, and maintaining office-wide policy and procedures, including but not limited to transport, business cell phone use, travel and per diems, and expense reimbursement
Overseeing administration of human resources, including but not limited to, maintaining personnel files, assisting with recruitments and orientation procedures, purchasing and maintaining adequate health and other insurance policies
The Finance and Administration Manager must meet the following criteria:
Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business Administration (with accounting experience/knowledge) and 10 years of relevant work experience
Minimum of 5 years’ experience working in a Finance Manager role on accounting/financial management of programs at a non-profit organization
3 to 5 years’ experience providing administrative support to an international organization, including responsibility for procurement, contracts management, and HR-related matters
Experience in supporting the establishment of new NPO operations in South Africa, or significantly expanding an NPO’s operations, highly desired
Knowledge of QuickBooks multi-currency accounting software (field-based accounting)
Experience with computerized accounting and strong organizational and leadership skills
High degree of digital literacy, with demonstrated experience in leveraging digital platforms to strengthen office and project operations
Strong analytical ability and attention to details
Excellent oral and written English fluency required
Ability to travel nationally, and potentially regionally/internationally
National Fundraiser, KwaZulu Natal The QuadPara Association of South Africa (QASA)
The QuadPara Association of South Africa (QASA) is an NPO of quadriplegics and paraplegics with the vision that all quadriplegics and paraplegics will live their lives to their full potential. QASA provides products; projects and services as well as lobby and advocacy and prevention programs to ensure the vision, mission and goals are achieved. It is well known that people with disabilities in South Africa have historically been socially and economically isolated by discriminatory attitudes and policies.
Based at the QASA head office in Gillitts, KwaZulu-Natal, QASA seeks to
The Fundraiser will engage in fundraising and awareness for QASA. A proven record of generating donor funds to a value of at least R6-10m per annum, the incumbent will be able to expand the donor base, increase existing funds, and extend the visibility of the organisation within the business and commercial sector basis.
Key areas of responsibility will include:
Developing and writing of proposals, grant/funding opportunity research, seeking opportunities and managing grant compliance and reporting
Be to be able to identify new areas of funding and to access possible new sources of income
Able to nurture and develop strong relationships with donors, keep them informed of actions within the organisation and to give sound reporting on donor funds to reassure them of the use of their contributions
Ability to run the database of donors and keep accurate records of funding
Managing/facilitating the grant application process
The National Fundraiser must have and be able to demonstrate:
A proven track-record in fundraising, preferably in raising funds from corporates
A minimum of 3 year’s experience in proposal writing, either and preferably in a non-profit organisation or in the commercial/corporate sector
Experience in Marketing and PR and have been involved in developing the strategic direction of fundraising in previous positions
Sound Marketing and Communication skills, with extensive written and verbal skills in English in order to handle grants and proposals, and to be a strong planner and organizer
Ability to establish and maintain professional relationships and enduring organisational support
Researching and approaching (national and international) FOIs (foundation, organisation and Institutions), trusts, government agencies and other bodies that could potentially make grants/donations to QASA
Proven ability to develop and write excellent proposals
An understanding of the local and international donors, the NGO sector and fundraising trends
The ability to take initiative / see opportunities
Ability to work under pressure, and willing to work after hours when faced with deadlines
A team player who also works well independently
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Competent use of Microsoft Office
Skill in use of research techniques in both print and electronic media
Country Representative and Executive Director for Society for Family Health (SFH), Johannesburg Population Services International South Africa (PSI)
With over 45 years of experience, working in over 60 countries, Population Services International (PSI) is the world’s leading non-profit social marketing organization. PSI is reimagining healthcare, by putting the consumer at the center, and wherever possible – bringing care to the front door. PSI works to fix market failures, shape future health markets and shift policy and funding to better support consumer empowered healthcare.
The PSI is staffed by a diverse group of entrepreneurial development professionals with a wide range of backgrounds, experience, and unique skills that they bring to the critically important work that they do.
Society for Family Health (SFH) is PSI’s local affiliate in South Africa. A non-governmental provider of health products, services and communications, SFH is one of South Africa’s leading market development organizations. Its current portfolio includes HIV testing services (including self-testing), condom programming, voluntary medical male circumcision, and schools-based sexuality and HIV prevention programs. SFH has a legacy of delivering health products, services and communications and aims to become a leader in developing South Africa's primary health care market.
Based in Johannesburg, South Africa, PSI seeks to appoint a
PSI Country Representative and Executive Director for Society for Family Health (SFH) South Africa PSI seeks an experienced, visionary and creative leader in public health and development to act as its Country Representative (CR) in South Africa and to lead SFH as its Executive Director (ED). The CR/ED will have full programmatic and financial responsibility for SFH’s existing heath projects, as well as execute PSI’s Global Strategy in South Africa. Focused on implementing the work of today as well as building for tomorrow, the CR/ED should have extensive expertise in winning and managing large, donor-funded awards, as well as a bold and creative approach to developing new lines of funding. Experience across multiple health areas is a plus, particularly sexual and reproductive health and rights, as well as primary care. The CR/ED represents SFH and PSI to government, key stakeholders and donors, and will play a coordinating role for various other initiatives PSI is undertaking in South Africa.
Senior Operations and Finance Manager, Cape Town International Budget Partnership
The International Budget Partnership collaborates with civil society around the world to analyze and influence public budgets in order to reduce poverty and improve the quality of governance.
Based in Cape Town, The International Budget Partnership South Africa seeks to appoint a
SENIOR OPERATIONS AND FINANCE MANAGER
The Senior Finance and Operations Manager will be reporting to the Country Manager of IBPSA, and will ensure careful, ethical and strategic finance and operations management of IBPSA in line with the organisational policies and values.
Key responsibilities for this position include:
Ensuring all statutory requirements are met on an ongoing basis
Responsible for the smooth functioning of the office
Streamlining the IBP office diary and coordinate staff travel and other logistics
Streamlining office systems for efficiency and effectiveness
Developing sound internal financial systems and ensure that developed systems are followed in practice
Interacting directly with the book-keeper and ensuring that their contracted work is completed timeously and effectively
Processing payments in keeping with agreed financial systems
Responsible for the HR function of the IBPSA team
Managing salary payment process – ensuring monthly payroll figures are sent to the Bookkeeper and payslips are generated
Managing the grant approval process for partner grants
Managing the reporting schedules of partner grants and prompt partners for timeous reports
Creating budget templates for partners
Managing monitoring and evaluation of partner grants
Managing the reporting schedules of IBPSA funded grants
The Senior Operations and Finance Manager must have and be able to demonstrate:
Bachelor’s degree in social science, economics, or a related development field
5 - 10 years’ experience in working in an international development sector organisation at a senior administrative level
Experience in managing financial and human resource systems
Experience in streamlining administrative systems, diaries and logistical arrangements
Excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to develop long distance functional working relationships with head office staff in Washington DC
Skills in problem solving, troubleshooting and general lateral and logical thinking are essential
Founded in 1991, SCORE is a leading NGO working in the field of sport and development in Southern Africa, using sport as a tool to achieve individual empowerment and to engage and strengthen communities. SCORE seeks an experienced, dynamic and innovative Program Manager to ensure that sport and development program objectives are achieved in line with the organisation’s vision and mission as well as in line with target community and stakeholder plans and priorities
Key responsibilities include:
This position focuses on program implementation, especially facilitation of sports leadership, coaching, and life skills courses/workshops. In addition, they are responsible for community consultation, needs assessment and community sport planning processes; ongoing community program assessment, monitoring and follow up support; provincial project co-ordination, administration and reporting; provincial staff & volunteer management and building strong and productive relationships with stakeholders to ensure that activities and program implementation are in line with community plans and SCORE programs.
3-5 years’ experience in facilitation and training
Formal certification in training/facilitation preferred
Hands on experience working at community level with sports programs
Experience working with youth
Experience using sport as a development tool preferred
Experience in people management
Experience in stakeholder relationship building & maintenance
Familiarity with monitoring and evaluation methods
Project management experience preferred
Commitment to the organisation’s vision and values
Bilingual Organisational Development Assistant - French and English, Based in any of the Francophone West African Countries or any West Africa Countries Special Olympics
Special Olympics transforms lives through the sports. Special Olympics is the world’s largest sports organization for people with intellectual disabilities: with more than 4.5 million athletes in 170 countries around the world and millions more volunteers and supporters. Since the establishment of Special Olympics in 1968, the number of people with and without intellectual disabilities who are involved with the organization has been growing, but the unmet need to reach more people with intellectual disabilities is staggering. The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disability, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
To assist the Senior Organizational Development Manager in providing administration support such as follow ups on reports, translations of emails and important documents.
Key responsibilities for this position include:
Ensuring critical documents and correspondences to French countries are translated
Translating of grant reports after review by Sr. Organizational Development Manager
Following up on grants reports as well as other documents and send updates to Sr. Organizational Development Manager for action.
Sending monthly update reports to Sr. Organizational Development Manager
Delivering assigned or delegated duties on schedule
The Bilingual Organisational Development Assistant, French and English must be able to demonstrate:
Bachelor’s Degree or higher
Be able to travel, to work beyond core hours when necessary and be able to meet deadlines
Proficient bilingual (French and English) translation and interpretation capabilities, both written and spoken
Knowledge and experience in the intellectual disability community and/or Special Olympics desired
Editorial capability in both English and French is an advantage
Computer knowledge/internet experience
Knowledge of working with persons with intellectual disabilities
Ability to compile proposals and concept notes
Sound knowledge of volunteer management
Strong skills and experience in planning and evaluation