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Old 11.03.2005, 09:55   #1
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TITLE: Program Coordinator

LOCATION: Yerevan, Armenia

JOB DESCRIPTION: GIPA-Georgian Rural Development Program is seeking candidates for the position of Program Coordinator. This is a management position requiring a wide range of skills and abilities.

- Effective management and successful operation of GRDP;
- Accurate, transparent and efficient expenditure and bookkeeping of GRDP funds;
- Financial planning;
- Fundraising;
- Strategic planning;
- Reporting;
- Merit-based employment policy;
- Effective coordination with partners and donors;
- Development of job descriptions and efficient office-management structure;
- Ensuring and contributing to productive operation of the Advisory Committee and the staff;
- Coordination of work plan and allocation of workload.
For achieving these goals Program coordinator:
- Provides leadership for the unit and emphasizes teamwork;
- In coordination with the Advisory committee, participates in identifying and implementation of policy and procedural issues for program improvement;
- Monitors expenditures and procurement;
- Participates in/contributes to GIPA Leadership staff meetings;
- Works with US specialists to develop & implement assistance initiatives;
- Works with Georgian agricultural specialists to implement programming;
- Travels to all parts of rural Georgia as necessary;
- Works with local partners and staff to ensure the collection of appropriate baseline, follow-up and evaluation data;
- Participates in rural development coordination meetings to share lessons learned and coordinate efforts;
- Coordinates work plans for rural development staff and partners;
- Participates in identifying the training needs and facilitates to development, implementation and maintaining of training plan;
- Supervises and instructs staff in all aspects of monitoring, evaluation, quality control and general implementation;
- In cooperation with management in DC, Moscow and Yerevan organizes regular coordination meetings;
- Ensures documenting case studies and lessons learned;
- Provides formal and informal reports on all aspects of the program in a timely and efficient manner;
- Creates synergies between the visiting US and Georgia Scholar and faculty programs;
- Participates in writing funding proposals;
- Other tasks as requested.

- A BA/BS in agriculture, agriculture business, rural finance, rural development or related subject;
- Minimum 3 years of experience in program management;
- Sectoral experience in agriculture, rural development or economic development;
- Broad understanding of agriculture, agriculture related businesses and rural development in Georgia;
- Ability to visualize, plan, initiate and carry out new programming;
- The ability to multi task and manage time efficiently;
- Experience in project monitoring and evaluation;
- Experience in financial management of a large international project;
- Excellent written and oral English and Georgian language skills;
- Other languages spoken in Georgia (Russian, Azeri, Armenian) will be an asset.
- The successful program coordinator will effectively communicate, initiate and maintain positive relationships with any potential sub-grantees, local citizens' groups and indigenous NGOs
- The successful candidate will also have a strong understanding of cultural, political, and regional environments in Georgia, and how those relate to agriculture and rural development;
- The most successful candidate will have a strong commitment to teamwork and accountability, and make effective communication a priority in all situations;
- Must possess excellent communication, personal and public relations skills.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Submit an English resume and English statement of purpose (250-500 words) to: [email protected] or deliver to 2 Brosset Street, 0108 Tbilisi.
No applications will be accepted by telephone. Only finalist will be contacted for interviews. Interviews will be scheduled the first week of April.
Please clearly mention in your application letter that you learned of this job opportunity through Career Center and mention the URL of its website -, Thanks.

OPENING DATE: 11 March 2005

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Old 23.09.2005, 11:22   #2
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а хавчик во время Travels to all parts of rural Georgia as necessary; за их счёт?
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