Child Detention Centers – Search for Common Ground – Morocco
- Rabat, Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaër, Maroc
Description du Poste
We are Searchers.
We are over 600 strong worldwide. We believe in our mission to end violent conflict.
It’s our purpose- our call to action.
A Searcher understands our vision of a world where:
Differences stimulate social progress, rather than precipitate violence
Respect for and cooperation with those we disagree with is considered the norm
A Searcher is a dedicated, enthusiastic and passionate individual, committed to our values.
Shared Humanity. Empathy. Impartiality. Inclusivity. Courage. Hope. Humility. Audacity.
With headquarters in Washington, DC and Brussels, Belgium, we implement projects from 55 offices in 34 countries, including in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and the United States. You will be joining other highly motivated Searchers with a good team spirit and through commitment and dedication, have opportunities to grow.
Since 2001, Search for Common Ground has been working with Moroccan society to transform the manner in which people and institutions resolve conflicts, and to develop a culture of mediation in Morocco as a way to reduce the social costs and risks which are caused by internal conflict, without alienating Moroccan culture. To achieve this, Search for Common Ground in Morocco:
1. Enhances the capacity of individuals and institutions to resolve conflicts cooperatively;
2. Develops a culture of dialogue and mediation by bringing together key actors which includes civil society, the government, and the media.
SFCG is looking for fully committed, enthusiastic, and talented individuals. It is a fun place to work in and an exciting place to learn from.
We are searching for…
SFCG seeks a professional, motivated, and creative Project Coordinator to support a new initiative in Morocco that will focus on reducing violence in child detention centers. The initiative will build the resilience of vulnerable children to violence by institutionalizing modern conflict transformation mechanisms, including mediation, in child detention centers, and increasing children’s capacity to resolve conflicts and build life skills. The Project Coordinator will plan and oversee the direction and progress of the initiative, including activities, workplan, and deliverables; manage relationships with local stakeholders; and be responsible for the overall success of the initiative. This position subject to funding. Please read the application instructions below carefully.
• Coordinate all strategic and logistical aspects of the project with the highest quality standards and well-documented results.
• Ensure that project planning and management reflects the available resources, anticipates risks, and responds to operational adjustments as needed.
• Lead meetings and coordinate with project partners and stakeholders.
• Assist in the efficient coordination of the project budget in collaboration with the Program Manager and Finance Department.
• Report to donors based on a credible monitoring and evaluation system for overall program results, in collaboration with the Program Manager and Monitoring and Evaluation team.
As job descriptions cannot be exhaustive, the position holder may be required to undertake other duties that are broadly in line with the above key duties.
• Bachelor’s degree in relevant field (e.g., conflict transformation, security studies, sociology, political science, or related fields).
• At least two years of demonstrated professional experience in project coordination, including adhering to partner and donor regulations.
• In-depth knowledge of and/or experience with the Moroccan context.
• Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills and ability to work independently and as part of a multi-cultural team.
• Excellent written and oral English and Arabic communication skills and the ability to draft, edit, and proofread.
• Specialized knowledge or experience in children, youth detention centers, and/or social work.
• Proactive attitude.
• Attention to detail and strong organizational skills.
• Creative and thorough approach to work.
• Good research and writing skills
• Experience in implementing monitoring and evaluation systems.
• Good knowledge of French
Sound good? To apply, interested candidates should:
• Send a cover letter and current resume
• letter of interest
• two 1-page writing samples (one in English and one in Arabic)
Comment postulerALL of these elements must be uploaded with the resume function of this application as ONE document through our application system here. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Please visit our website www.sfcg.org for full details of our work. This position will remain open until filled. No telephone calls. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. Become a fan of our page Facebook and stay informed of other opportunities at SFCG.
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