Bethlehem Arab Society For Rehabilitation (BASR) is a non-profit non-government organization that is nationallyrecognized for the comprehensive specialized inclusive health, rehabilitation and development programs and services it renders to the Palestinian population, particularly persons with disabilities, through its varied centre based, outreach and community based programs. For further information about BASR, please visit: www.basr.org. BASR is currently seeking to fill the following position:
Position Title:Livelihood Project Coordinator
Contract: 3 years / full time
Accountable To: Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) Program Manager
-Coordinate and oversee project management functions, including human resources,finance, logistics support, under the direct supervision of the CBR Program Manager and the Director of Program Development.
-Provide effective logistic, financial and management support to the project.
-Supervise and coordinate timely efficient implementation of all project activities.
-Work closely with project field staff to develop implementation plans, worksheets, and reports.
-Conduct monitoring visits for on going activities and submit progress reports.
-Ensure proper, professional, documented and clear communication with the project staff regarding all aspects of the project activities.
-Coordinates staff work with relevant stakeholders.
-Bachelor degree in Social Sciences, Human Rights Studies, or relevant fields
-Proven experience in community work, preferably on disability related projects.
-Demonstrated experience in project management: planning, monitoring and evaluation.
-Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing in both Arabic and English.
-Good analytical and problem-solving skills.
-Proven experience in building cooperative relationships.
-Ability to work under pressure
Interested candidates are invited to submit a motivation letter and CV by Monday, 03 November 2013 to
Applications which do not meet the specified minimum requirements, or are received after the closing date, will not be eligible. Applications from candidates with disabilities are especially welcome, particularly females