The EU-funded Project “Technical Assistance to support CSO development in the Republic of Moldova” is looking for one Junior Expert for ad hoc support to sub-grantees.

The above Technical Assistance project  has a duration of 3 years and it is implemented by a Consortium led by KMOP- Family and Childcare Centre (Greece) . Its implementation has started in September 2017 and it aims at further contributing to civil society development, capacity building and empowering of civil society organisations for becoming a stronger actor in decision and policy making in Moldovan society.

The overall objective of the TA contract is to contribute to the development of civil society in becoming a stronger actor, including in actively participating in decision and policy-making and implementation processes of the EU-Moldova Association Agreement with the aim of enhancing domestic accountability and transparency.

One of the components of the project is Technical Assistance to beneficiaries and sub-grantees of the call EuropeAid/152768/DH/ACT. The main purpose of the actions financed within the grant scheme under the Civil Society Facility is the provision of financial support to third parties. The Call for Proposals was designed in such a way as to allow small, grassroots organisations to cooperate with larger, well-established applicants through the mechanism of financial support to third parties. Grassroots and smaller organisations often lack the capacity to apply directly for EU funding, so the arrangements under the Call gave them access to EU funds, as sub-grantees.

Within the purposes of the TA contract, relevant for the present assignment, are:

-the ensuring of technical assistance to EU grant beneficiaries to implement EU funded projects and to comply with EU rules and procedures and,

-the provision of direct capacity development activities targeting EU grant beneficiaries and their sub-grantees.

 Job description:

The final aim is to ensure that the contractual, operational and financial management of grants/sub-grants is in compliance with the provisions of EU rules and procedures and also the capacity development of the local CSOs.

The TA contract provides individual support to grantees and sub-grantees as deemed appropriate to limit the management’s risks inherent to such activities whilst also improving CSO management skills, including with EU rules and procedures, monitoring, evaluation and communication requirements

Main tasks of JNKE:

-       Providing guidance and ad hoc support to sub-grantees (e.g. help-desk/one to one advice and FAQ) in order to assist them in all phases of the project’s cycle management, and preparing corresponding reports as required.

-       Compiling data and information regarding the progress of sub-grantees action and need for support;

-       Other related tasks, as required by TL and KE 2.

Qualifications and skills required

  • University degree or equivalent higher education diploma in a relevant field for the assignment (Economic, Finance, Law, Social Science, Political Science, International Relations or development, or Human geography) or at least five (5) years of equivalent professional experience above the minimum requirement below;
  • At least three (3) years work experience in external aid-funded projects in a managerial position/key area position (such as project manager, financial manager, sub-grants coordinator, coaching/mentoring/help-desk expert or similar assignments in this field);
  • At least 2 prior assignments for providing guidance and support in the implementation to EU funded grants/sub-grants in the form of help desk/coaching/one to one advice or similar;
  • Previous work experience in EU funded projects in ENI East region countries is desirable, and particularly Moldova will be considered an asset.

Competences – knowledge, skills, abilities:

  • Good knowledge of Project Cycle Management methodologies and tools, incl. LFA;
  • Good knowledge of EU rules and procedures, monitoring, evaluation and communication requirements;
  • Good knowledge of Moldavian legislation regarding organisation and functioning of NGOs, including labour related provision, accountancy provisions, financial management is considered an advantage;
  • Knowledge of good governance, and/or economic and social development and/or social services sectors is considered an advantage;
  • Results-driven and initiative-taking behaviour;
  • Able to work in an autonomous manner; respect the required confidentiality and ethical rules, and communicate effectively with different entities;
  • Proven writing, communication and presentation skills;
  • Good command of oral and written English;
  • Good command of the Romanian and Russian languages is compulsory;
  • Computer literacy, especially Word and Excel;
  • Willing to travel to the different project sites in Moldova;
  • Applicants who are holders of a clean driving license and /or a car will be strongly preferred.

Input in working days:

  • 40 working days all spent in Moldova (Chisinau and outside Chisinau, including Transnistria) during April 2019- December 2019, a subject of further extension.

Interested candidates are invited to submit their resumes (EU-standard) in English to balan.a@kmop.gr by March 31st 2019. The subject line shall indicate “Junior Expert for ad hoc support to sub-grantees”. For details please contact Ms Adriana Balan, 067224222.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.



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