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MADAD Project Manager - Lebanon

Organisation: CAFOD UK

Posted on: 9 January 2017
Application deadline: 29 January 2017

Salary: £29,150 - £33,907 p.a. (plus mobility allowance and pension)
Based: Beirut, Lebanon
Contract: 24 Months – Unaccompanied Contract
Closing date: 29 January 2017

CAFOD, one of the UK’s leading international aid agencies, is currently looking for an EU Project Manager– Lebanon.

Job Purpose

The MADAD Project Manager (MADAD PM) will manage the delivery of the EU/MADAD Youth and Social Cohesion Project, contributing to the delivery of CAFOD’s overall strategy for responding to those affected by the Syrian conflict within Lebanon. The MADAD PM will work closely with the Caritas Lebanon Migrants Centre (CLMC) to provide operational guidance and oversite, to CAFOD’s/CLMC response, ensuring donor compliance and appropriate, effective and high-quality programmes in accordance with CAFOD's policies and procedures. The MADAD Project Manager will work closely with the Emergency Programme Manager Syria Crisis Response based in London, our national partner in Lebanon and in collaboration and co-ordination with other MADAD consortium members, as well as with Caritas International agencies in the country.

Your profile

You should have demonstrated experience of EU project management, working with partner organisations, youth and or development work in the middle-east and incorporation of humanitarian standards in programming. A strong understanding of programme cycle management, EU donor compliance and a commitment to delivering programmes through partnership are a must.

**Please note that this post is pending funding approval**

Come and join us and help make a real difference in the lives of the world’s poorest communities. CAFOD is an equal opportunities employer. Recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to child protection.

Contact details

To read more and to apply please visit and complete our online application form by the closing date 29th January 2017.

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