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Nadacia Grant Portfolio Manager

Nadacia Habitat for Humanity International

Information about the position

  • Place of work: Bratislava, Slovakia (Job with occasional home office)
  • Basic wage component (gross) and other rewards: 2 730 EUR/month
  • Start date: ASAP
  • Contract type: full-time

Job description, responsibilities and duties

Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI) is recruiting for an experienced grants/project manager to oversee the implementation and reporting for grants implemented by Nadacia HFHI and HFHI Switzerland.


This position is located in Slovakia and requires up to 25% travel.


KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Grant Proposal Coordination
* Participate in the proposal development phase to ensure compliance with statutory and donor-imposed requirements.
* Collaborate with relevant stakeholders to ensure quality assessment of developed proposals.

Grant Implementation
* Coordinate the hiring process for the project teams.
* Participate in and represent Nadacia HFHI during the project kick-off meetings.
* Monitor the project implementation and communicate to donor and other stakeholders.
* Prepare narrative reports if requested, act as a liaison between the Resource development department (RD), Grants Compliance & Donor Reporting (GCDR) department and EMEA Finances.

Finance
* Monitor financial performance of the grants, collaborate with EMEA Finance to resolve any issues.
* Coordinate preparation of programmatic reports to donor. Perform quality assessment of the reports.
* Coordinate programmatic and financial audits of the funded projects.
* Represent Nadacia HFHI during the project close-out meetings.
* Coordinate and lead post-implementation audits and evaluations.
* Make recommendations leading to project implementation improvements.

Grant Management Systems
* Ensure all relevant programmatic and financial information for grants is retained in a systematic manner and readily available to stakeholders.
* Regularly inform Area Leadership Team (ALT) on implementation progress of the grants, identify possible risks and work with ALT on mitigation actions.
* Act as a Chief of Party during the initial implementation phase, close-out phase and during CoP transition.

Employee perks, benefits

We provide a competitive benefits package to staff that invests in a long-term personal and professional growth and well-being. Here’s a sample of what that includes:

• Opportunity to work for an International NGO contributing to eliminating poverty around the world and positively impacting millions of people annually
• Being part of a truly international environment – working with colleagues from various parts of the world
• Contribution to transportation, internet, and cell phone allowance
• Multisport card
• Employee recognition portal
• Training and professional development opportunities
• And much more!

Information about the selection process

If you would like to join the global team in Bratislava and qualify within the specified job requirements, submit your motivation letter and CV as ONE DOCUMENT in English to Human Resources at [email protected] .

Requirements for the employee

Candidates with education suit the position

University education (Bachelor's degree)
University education (Master's degree)

Language skills

English - Advanced (C1)

Personality requirements and skills

* Bachelor’s degree level of education in relevant field.
* 8+ years of experience in development/humanitarian work, or related work.
* 5+ years of experience in grant management or experience in a similar field.
* Experience dealing with institutional and other complex donors (EU etc.).
* Project management skills.
* Excellent report writing and presentation skills in English.
* Must have excellent problem – solving, and decision-making skills.

PREFERED:
* Report writing and presentation skills in French or German

Active support of HFHI values and commitments:
- Humility – We are part of something bigger than ourselves
- Courage – We do what’s right, even when it is difficult or unpopular
- Accountability – We take personal responsibility for Habitat’s mission
- Safeguarding: HFHI requires that all employees take seriously their ethical responsibilities to safeguarding our intended beneficiaries, their communities, and all those with whom we work. Managers at all levels have responsibilities to support and develop systems that create and maintain an environment that prevents harassment, sexual exploitation and abuse, safeguards the rights of beneficiaries and community members (especially children), and promotes the implementation of Habitat for Humanity’s code of conduct.

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Brief description of the company

Habitat for Humanity, founded in 1976, is a global, Christian-based nonprofit organization that grew out of an intentionally multi-racial community in rural Georgia. Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat brings together people of all faiths and people of no faith to build homes, communities and hope. Working alongside each other, we help families and individuals build and improve places to call home and achieve the strength, stability and self-reliance they need to build better lives for themselves. Habitat for Humanity seeks individuals who have a willingness to affirm these principles and values.

At Habitat for Humanity International, we embrace a history rooted in creating equity and take our mission seriously by courageously committing to a culture and workplace where all staff feel safe, welcome, visible, respected, supported and valued. As an equal opportunity employer, we realize that our success depends upon building an inclusive workspace of diverse perspectives and encourage people of varies races, ethnicities, national origins, tribes, religions, ages, gender identities and expressions, genders, sexual orientations, marital statuses, disabilities, veteran/reserve national guard statuses, socio-economic statuses, thinking and communication styles to work with us.

We also require that all staff take seriously their ethical responsibilities to safeguarding our intended beneficiaries, their communities (especially children), and all those with whom we work. In line with the prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse, all staff must pass a thorough background screening and will be held accountable to upholding our policies around ethical behavior, including safeguarding and whistleblowing.

We invite you to visit our website www.habitat.org to learn more about us and how we work.

Number of employees

25-49 employees