Liaison Officer

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We Effect is recruiting a Liaison Officer in Moldova

This position is open for Moldovan nationals only. As a Liaison Officer you will be part of the We Effect Europe region and report directly to the Regional Director. We Effect Europe consists of partner organisations in five countries – Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia and Moldova – gathered in one regional development programme. The regional office is located in Skopje, Macedonia, and employs 6 members of staff. The budget for 2018 is approximately 14 MSEK.

About the role

As a Liaison Officer you will work under the supervision of the Regional Director and in close collaboration with the Programme Coordinator and other staff. You will have the responsibility to develop a country strategy for resource mobilisation and develop a work plan for resource mobilization activities in Moldova. This includes monitoring and identifying funding opportunities for We Effect and partner organisations, provide relevant training to partner organisations in resource mobilisation skills, coordinating engagement activities with prioritised donors in the country, and supporting and promoting the development of strategic alliances with donor organisations and other strategic actors, with special emphasis on the EU. You will also be a part of and support the programme management in planning, monitoring and evaluation of the projects and the programme in Moldova. Hereby you fully participate in the conceptualisation of the programme and projects proposals, in elaboration of programme reports, in the development of the Annual Work Plan and budget, as well as in the coordination of programme/project evaluations in Moldova.

The duty station is in Chisinau, Moldova, where you will be the only We Effect employee. We Effect is about to be registered in Moldova. Until then the employment will initially be on a contract as consultant, with the possibility of becoming a long-term employment. You will travel frequently within Moldova to visit partner organisations and other collaborating parties. You will also be expected to travel in the region Europe. As Liaison Officer you report to the Regional Director located at the regional office in Skopje, Macedonia.

Required qualifications for the position

  • Moldovan citizen
  • Academic degree in relevant field;
  • Experience of working in Moldova;
  • Minimum of 5 years of work experience in civil society organisations and/or international development cooperation;
  • Experience in resource mobilisation for international development cooperation, development of funding proposals and good negotiation skills;
  • Experience of preparing EU proposals.
  • Excellent English skills, both spoken and in writing;
  • Strong analytical, conceptual and communication skills, works well in a team, excellent deadline management and ease to work towards set goals;
  • Proficient computer skills;
  • Available to work full time;
  • Driver’s license; and
  • Able and willing to travel when required.


  • Experience of working in neighbouring countries.
  • Good knowledge of international relations, EU development policy and international development cooperation;
  • Thematic knowledge and experience in relevant working fields; rural development, gender equality, climate change adaptation, organisation development etc.
  • Ability to be self-motivated and work independently.

We Effect strives for diversity in the organisation.


Please send your application to: [email protected] with a personal letter and CV at the latest Sunday the 22nd of July. Please state “Liaison Officer Moldova” in your application.

Start date is during the autumn 2018 as agreed.

For more information

For more information about the job and the recruitment process you are welcome to send an e-mail to  [email protected].

We Effect is a Swedish development organisation founded by the Swedish cooperative movement. We are guided by global strategies mainly focusing on sustainable rural development and supporting the growth of cooperative housing associations that are self-managed. We apply a human rights-based approach in our international development cooperation programmes, supporting people living in poverty to secure their rights. In our development cooperation, we use a variety of strategies and methods, all aiming at achieving the mission to, through a mutual partnership, strengthen local and democratic civil society organisations so that their members can improve their living conditions, enforce accountability of duty-bearers, defend their rights and contribute to a more just world. For more information, see

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