We are looking for an experienced, driven and self-motivated individual with a minimum of 5 years of professional experience in the global humanitarian context, including work experience from Africa or another relevant region. Experience with working in an advisor capacity to project management with a focus on technical humanitarian development is preferable.
The Programme Advisor will be responsible for development of partnerships, stakeholder management, organizational learning, documentation of results and best practices and dissemination/training hereof across EWB-DK. The position will also provide support to fundraising, programme strategies/design and implementation support.
The position requires willingness and ability to travel abroad and in DK. It will also require work hours adjusted to EWB-DK’s project teams (evening meetings once or twice a week). Knowledge of working with a volunteer base is therefore beneficial.
The Programme Advisor reports to the Secretary General and will be specifically responsible for:
Relevant academic background (e.g. International development/engineering/social science etc.) Field experience is required – experience from a development/humanitarian context is required.
EWB-DK is a technical humanitarian organization of volunteer members with technical competences. We collaborate with local and international NGO's to improve the living conditions for distressed and vulnerable people in poor countries. We ensure local anchorage and lasting solutions and our efforts are founded in UN's Sustainable Development Goals. You will become a part of our small, but efficient secretariat in Copenhagen.
The position is 30 hours a week with the opportunity of future full-time employment and is based at EWB-DKs Secretariat in Copenhagen. Moderate travel activity must be anticipated abroad and in Denmark. Salary based on qualifications.
Start of contract is March 1st or sooner, if possible.
If you’re interested, give us your informations in this questionnaire and submit application and CV to Secretary General, Dorte Lindegaard Madsen, at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible and no later than January 5th, 2020. Interviews will be held in week 5.
You can read more about Engineers Without Borders Denmark on our website www.iug.dk.
Questions regarding the position can be directed to Secretary General Dorte Lindegaard Madsen on phone +45 50 59 94 06 or email@example.com.
Engineers Without Borders Denmark wants to promote equality and diversity. We therefore encourage all qualified candidates to apply for the position - regardless of gender, age, ethnic background, religion, disability or sexual orientation.
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