- Plan International Norge
- Grants Coordinator/Advisor
Plan International Norway is looking at a very interesting year ahead, including the host of the 2021 NRK TV-Aksjonen. To build on an already positive development in implementing our new strategy, Plan Intertational Norway Programme And Influencing Department is strengthening its capacity in the field of M&E and grant compliance.
This is a temporary position for 2 years, with a possibility of extension.
- Coordination of proposal development and grant reporting processes. Review and quality control of proposals and reports.
- Support internal Project Cycle Management processes, including Start-up and regular follow-up meetings, update tracking documents, etc.
- In close collaboration with Head of MERL (Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning), provide technical support on M&E systems (development and maintenance)
- Processing of result data for statistical, reporting and communication purposes
- Ensure donor account and compliance information is up-to-date, and available within Plan
- Undertake “donor mappings” in collaboration with the Head of Institutional Partnerships
- Track funding opportunities of relevance for Plan International Norway, and share information about these internally in the organization.
- Maintain overview of Plan International Norway’s grant agreements
- Focal point for projects funded through Plan International Norway’s internal funds
- Stay updated on Plan International Norway’s priorities and funding needs
- Encourage the development and roll out of new and innovative approaches, tools and methods
Requirements for the position:
- Bachelor Degree in relevant field
- Minimum 3 years of work experience from a humanitarian/development organisation and/or from a donor administration, either at Head Office/capital or field/embassy level
- Knowledge of Project Cycle Management, especially the logical framework approach and result frameworks.
- Documented results within administration, and preferably also grants management and finance
- Prior experience with grants funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (NMFA) and Norad
- Fluent English and Norwegian, French would be an asset
- Field experience is an advantage, as is experience of working in English-speaking environment
- Strong networking skills and ability to engage
- Strong drive and attention to detail
- Ability to use own initiative and independent judgement and take great responsibility for assigned key accounts
- Positive attitude and a sense of humour
Working in Plan is a unique opportunity to make the world a better place, an opportunity to make a difference for children and young adolescents. You will have a varied workday with committed colleagues and challenging tasks in an international environment. We are located in the centre of Oslo.
We encourage all qualified applicants to apply, irrespective of age, functional abilities, gender, sexual orientation, religion and ethnic background. Plan International Norway values an inclusive workplace and supports individual adaptations if needed.
Plan strives for a just world that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. In Norway, we are committed to becoming the leading organization in promoting girls’ and young women’s rights.
We work to protect children and young adolescents from violence and forced marriages, and give them opportunities through work and education. In a crisis we have a particular focus on girls, as conflicts and natural disasters put children and especially girls at greater risk.
Our child sponsors make this work possible. Through child sponsorship, Plan is in direct contact with 1,2 million sponsored children and their families, which gives us an unique knowledge of the 55.000 local communities in which we are present. Plan also partners with companies, schools, and institutional donors as Norad and MFA
grants, donors, administrasjon, koordinering, M&E
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