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Project Coordinator – Sub-Saharan Africa

Application Closing Date - 30 Jun 2019

Job Start Date - As soon as possible

Duration - 2 years, with the possibility of extension

Location - Berlin, Germany

Transparency International (TI) is the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption. In collaboration with more than 100 chapters worldwide and an international secretariat in Berlin, Germany, TI raises awareness of the damaging effects of corruption and works with partners in government, business and civil society to develop and implement effective measures to tackle it.

Main function: Coordination of the projects ‘Towards the Enforcement of Africa’s Commitments against Corruption’ and ‘Support to the Fight against Impunity and Strengthening of the Rule of Law in Benin’ implemented in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Starting date: As soon as possible, and subject to funding confirmed
Duration: 2 years, with the possibility of extension
Location: TI-Secretariat, Berlin/Germany

Responsibilities:

The Project Coordinator is responsible for implementing the projects ‘Towards the Enforcement of Africa’s Commitments against Corruption’ and ‘Support to the Fight against Impunity and Strengthening of the Rule of Law in Benin’ funded by the German Development Cooperation and the European Union, respectively. Specifically, they will coordinate the work flow, financial and administrative management of these projects, ensuring that agreed goals, best practice standards, donor obligations and TI-S regulations are met. They will work in close collaboration with the project partners (National Chapters) and regularly report to the donors. Specifically, the Project Coordinator will:

Knowledge, experience and skills:

To apply:

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter (mentioning the source of the application) and CV in English (in one pdf-file) to:

ProjectCoordinatorSSAJob@transparency.org

Deadline for applications is Sunday, 30 June 2019.

Please note that due to the high volume of applications only short-listed candidates will be contacted and that it is unfortunately not possible to provide individual feedback on applications.

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