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Counterpart International is recruiting several positions for a four-year program based in Rabat

Counterpart International

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Counterpart International is recruiting several positions for a four-year program based in Rabat, Morocco Counterpart International is a global development organization that empowers people and communities to implement innovative and enduring solutions to social, economic, environmental, health and governance challenges. For greater than 50 years, Counterpart has been forging partnerships with communities in need to address complex problems related to economic development, food security and nutrition, and building effective governance and institutions in over 30 countries worldwide. Counterpart International is currently recruiting for the following positions:


Gender Officer

Responsibilities: Ensure that gender considerations are appropriately integrated into program activities, methodologies and approaches in a manner that is results-oriented; work with local partners to ensure gender integration into their program design and activities, as well as their organizational structure and program management; engage in the monitoring and evaluation process of gender-related activities including developing and ensuring good indicator reporting and writing official reports. Qualifications: Master’s Degree in gender studies or related field required; minimum 8 years of experience working on gender integration issues for international development programs; minimum 5 years of experience working on USAID programs; excellent knowledge of gender issues in Morocco including social, political, and cultural gender norms and challenges; work experience in Morocco or similar context required; experience designing, leading and conducting gender analyses, as well as integrating and implementing findings into program design; experience engaging local stakeholders, including civil society organizations, members of Parliament, and other local and national government leaders in gender-sensitive initiatives; experience building capacity of local stakeholders on gender issues; experience integrating gender in community participatory engagement or advocacy preferred; experience delivering training preferred but not required; professional written and oral fluency in English, in addition to French or Arabic, required.


Monitoring and Evaluation Manager

Responsibilities: Design and manage the process of monitoring and evaluating project activities and managing reflection and learning; prepare and update the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Plan (MELP) to ensure and verify data integrity; provide technical assistance and coordinating M&E related training for civil society and non-governmental organization partners, grantees and participants as required; effectively communicate the purpose and intentions of project M&E to internal and external stakeholder, while coordinating activities between the field office and Counterpart International headquarters. Qualifications: Advanced degree in monitoring and evaluation, economics, business, social sciences, international development, political science, public policy or related field; 8 years of experience working with international NGOs with development programs working with CSOs, government and private-sector institutions; a minimum 3 years of demonstrated experience and expertise in civil society strengthening, capacity development, advocacy, community mobilization and communication, policy formulation and civil society; a minimum of five years of experience in research or evaluation/assessment design and implementation, and monitoring and evaluation of USAID funded programs, including supervisory responsibilities; prior experience in Morocco or a similar environment, preferably implementing M&E systems and/or evaluations; familiarity with developing and implementing knowledge management tools; experience with the U.S. Government’s Foreign Assistance Framework and its indicators; experience in establishing effective partnerships within and outside a program and organization; demonstrated knowledge of U.S. Government rules, regulations, policies and procedures; demonstrated experience with the management of USAID programs; excellent computer skills (Microsoft Word, Database management, Excel, PowerPoint); fluency in English with excellent English writing skills, Arabic/French a plus.


Government Capacity Development Specialist

Responsibilities: Lead the identification of strategic needs and approaches to government capacity building. Provide technical advice and guidance to key government stakeholders, on capacity development efforts. Track development of government bodies to engage with citizens, develop and implement public policy, and ensure good governance and transparency. Work with program staff, consultants and trainers to deliver high quality training, technical assistance and mentoring to partner government stakeholders. Ensure Counterpart’s best practices are institutionalized within the program and adapted to the local context. Ensure gender is integrated into all capacity building tools, methodologies and activities. Document implementation successes, challenges, and lessons learned through regular program reports and online Knowledge Management portal. Deliver technical presentations on program achievements to audiences, including implementing partner(s), civil society, government officials, donor, and other relevant organizations. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Master’s degree in an appropriate interdisciplinary subject, such as human development, social sciences, or a related field is preferred. Minimum eight (8) years of experience in the civil society and governance development field, preferably in an international context. Minimum five (5) years of experience working with governments at local and national levels on capacity building, such as good governance and legislative strengthening. Demonstrated success supporting government capacity to engage citizens in the public policy process, to draft and analyze legislation, and to strengthen good governance mechanisms.  Experience engaging civil society and government institutions to collaborate on common issues. Good knowledge of Morocco’s political context. Excellent knowledge of Morocco’s civil society challenges. Demonstrated leadership, strategic thinking and planning, training, and human resource management. Strong multicultural, interpersonal, and supervision skills. Ability to give effective presentations and write technical reports. Strong ability to collaborate and coordinate activities with multiple stakeholders, including civil society, government, and other individuals. Proven ability to working with government stakeholders. Commitment to gender integration, experience with gender integration a plus. Professional written and oral fluency in English, in addition to either French or Arabic required. This is a Key Staff position requiring review and approval by USAID.
 
 
Senior Accountant
Responsibilities: Support the Director of Finance and Administration in the day to day monitoring of the program budget, financial disbursements and procurement to ensure compliance with USAID regulations and Counterpart policies; produce monthly, quarterly and annual financial reporting documents, ensuring reporting is accurate and in compliance with policies and procedures; process and record financial transactions (cash), ensure that all ledgers are updated and cash is replenished on time to meet the cash requirements; check and post monthly transactions into Excel spreadsheet for onward posting to QuickBooks system, ensure that all information in the spreadsheet is correct and complete; oversee bank transactions including preparation of vouchers, maintenance of bank books on daily basis, preparation of all bank account reconciliation statements on monthly basis; upon receipt of approved documentation, prepare/process payment vouchers, check/bank payments and obtain required signatures; prepare cash requirement statements for cash needs in the office; prepare cash counts and prepare transaction worksheets for cash and bank activities for the supervisor’s review; ensure the proper security of cash in the safe; update the electronic worksheet for each currency in the office every end of the day; maintain an advance register for personal and program related costs; review and check all support documents for financial reporting of grants; send financial documents to Counterpart HQ. This person will supervise the Junior Accountant. Qualifications: A university degree in accounting, finance, business administration, or related field is required with at least 5 years’ work experience in financial management, including accounting, budgeting, and grants management. At least 4 years’ work experience with USAID-funded programs, including demonstrated knowledge of U. S. Government rules, regulations, policies and procedures as well as familiarity with sub-grants management is a plus. Knowledge of MS Word, Excel and QuickBooks accounting software and experience working in Morocco are preferred. Professional written and oral fluency in English, in addition to either French or Arabic required.
 
 
Program Assistant

Responsibilities: ·         Assist entire program team in support of program implementation; backstop activities and projects; ·         Conduct assessment and reviews; data entry as for program database; ·         Assist program staff with preparation of program activities, including scheduling, program logistics, minutes of the meetings, and production of training materials and maintain regular communication, with supervision, with individual and organizational partners. ·         Provide accurate translation when necessary of correspondence, press clippings, training materials and other documents, as well as informal interpretation in meetings. ·         Draft and submit field reports that monitor and measure program activities and results. ·         Provide written and oral updates on civil society developments in Morocco. ·         Oversee travel and other relevant logistics for incoming and outgoing program participants, consultants, trainers and CSSP technical staff. ·         Assist in the organization of national and regional conferences and workshops. ·         Under close supervision, monitor small program budgets and provide proper and timely accounting of funds and expenses. ·         Perform other duties as assigned. ·          The position reports to the Program & Advocacy Specialist  

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in development or relevant field; ·         Minimum of 2 years of relevant work experience required; ·         Demonstrated experience in maintaining administrative duties; ·         Experience with internal procedures compatible with donor standards and national laws; ·         Demonstrated experience in logistics, event coordination, communication and strategic thinking. ·         Good interpersonal skills to effectively interact with all levels of CSSP staff, political leaders, government representatives, members of the diplomatic community and various sectors of civil society. ·         Working knowledge of basic budget and accounting procedures. ·         Ability to provide oral and written communication clearly in French, and Arabic to organization representatives, training participants and CSSP colleagues. Professional written and oral fluency in English is required. ·         Working knowledge of basic computer applications, including word processing and spreadsheet programs ·         Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. ·         Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously. ·         Experience coordinating staff a plus. ·         Ability to work independently and as a member of a team. ·         Ability to travel and work flexible hours.

Grants Officer  
Responsibilities: Responsible for the daily monitoring and support to the grantees; track grantee activities and report those into the program’s reports and online Knowledge Management portal; support the administration of grants; provide feedback to the Grants Manager on performance and grant implementation concerns and needs; oversee sub-grant tracking and ensure timely submission of reports and adherence to Counterpart and USAID policies; implement site visits for monitoring of grant implementation, performance, compliance with USAID regulations, and ensuring anti-corruption measures are in place and being adhered to. Qualifications: University degree in statistics, econometrics, sociology or a related international development field; minimum 2 years’ professional experience in monitoring and evaluation with international development programs, preferably under USAID-funded projects; proven success in implementation of M&E systems, preferably with USAID-funded projects; demonstrated experience managing and training staff members and local grantees in monitoring, evaluation and reporting approaches; experience designing and managing beneficiary monitoring and database systems; experience in strategic planning and performance measurement, including indicator selection, target setting, reporting, database management, and developing monitoring and evaluation and performance monitoring plans; experience developing and refining data collection tools; experience in data quality assessments; strong computer skills, particularly with databases and MS office; ability to facilitate and serve as a project liaison for externally-managed evaluations; experience with integrating beneficiaries and stakeholders, especially women and other marginalized voices, into the evaluation and learning processes is desired. . Professional written and oral fluency in English, in addition to either French or Arabic required.
 
Training Coordinators  
Responsibilities: Plan, organize and implement training activities and study tours, including making travel arrangements, securing training/conference rooms and packages, identifying and sourcing training facilitators and rapporteurs, and other logistics needs; identify and/or develop training materials and modules; provide guidance and technical assistance to partners in developing and delivering their training plans; monitor, evaluate and provide feedback to trainers; contribute to overall project planning and development and participate in the development of annual work plans. Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 3 years of experience as a trainer; at least 5 years of experience working with CSO, including at least 3 years with international CSOs; training management experience preferred; demonstrated facilitation, training, and/or consulting experience; experience working in Morocco; . Professional written and oral fluency in English, in addition to either French or Arabic required.

 

*Counterpart International is an Equal Opportunity Employer*
  • Only considering local nationals.
  • All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, or national origin. We are also an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans. Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here.
  • To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to csspjobs@counterpart.org
  • Please list the title of the position you are applying for in the subject line.
  • Only qualified short listed candidates will be contacted.

 

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