ActionAid is looking for an EU Grants and Compliance Coordinator to foster a more compliant and cohesive environment for managing institutional grants and to ensure accountability to our institutional donors. If you have extensive experience of managing institutional grants and setting up grant management systems and processes as well as good understanding of EU (DEVCO) contractual rules and regulations you could be part of the team at ActionAid International helping people to achieve long-term and sustainable change
As EU Grants and Compliance Coordinator you will be part of our EU Funding Team and tasked with working with ActionAid members to support effective grant management of a portfolio of EU (DEVCO) contracts across ActionAid federation. This will involve setting up compliance monitoring systems, quality checking donor reports, providing guidance on the EU (DEVCO) contractual rules and implementing internal controls and tracking donor income. You will also produce expenditure and compliance information as well as provide compliance and risk management reports. The successful applicant will have the ability to provide advice and guidance on contract negotiations and external audits. In this role as EU Grants and Compliance Coordinator, you will focus mainly on the EU Development Cooperation (DEVCO) from EuropeAid, EU Delegations, EDF or NEAR.
You must have a relevant diploma, degree and/or professional qualification in Economics, Business Studies or related field. This must be complemented by an excellent working knowledge of EU (DEVCO) rules, regulations and risk management. You will be comfortable providing clear guidance on donor procedures, reports and audits to other staff and will have been involved in setting up and managing donor compliance monitoring systems. Strong communication, negotiation and organisational skills are also essential in this role.
If you have the skills and passion to make a difference please visit our website for a detailed job description: http://www.actionaid.org/jobs
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Applications should be sent with your CV and motivation cover letter by no later than Friday 22nd September 2017. You are requested to highlight in the motivation letter how specifically you meet the criteria for this role. Please clearly indicate which position you are applying for.
Interviews and written tests: w/c 2 October 2017
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