Monitor the project that will make healthcare available to Syrian refugees across Turkey.
Monitoring and Reporting Manager (Grade A2/A3)
Salary starting at 239,400/295,320 TRY (tax free) + Benefits
(Two-year locally recruited temporary staff contract with possibility of renewal)
Are you highly experienced in monitoring, preferably related to complex projects in international development and co-operation? Do you have sound knowledge of EU policies and programmes? Then you can play a central part in the Strengthening Health Care Infrastructure for All (SHIFA) project within the Facility for Refugees in Turkey (FRIT). Managed by the CEB and financed by the EU via a €90 million grant, the project will transform healthcare services in Turkish provinces with a high density of Syrian refugees.
Bringing together 42 member countries, the CEB finances and responds to emergency situations and actively enhances the living conditions of the most disadvantaged groups. Strengthening social cohesion and building thriving communities in Europe and beyond, we drive inclusive growth, bolster economic sustainability – and create exceptional careers.
At the heart of our Project Office - Ankara, you will design and implement the monitoring and reporting framework, ensuring that everything we do is in line with SHIFA policies and our own internal controls. At the same time, you will build an effective communication network among stakeholders, create detailed monitoring tools and indicators, and evaluate ongoing technical and financial documentation, as well as assuming responsibility for the release of funds. In this way, you will ensure that the Project Office – Ankara provides efficient support to the SHIFA initiative – giving you a central role in enhancing the lives of refugees across the country.
To join us, you should possess:
- A postgraduate qualification in economics, business, public policy or a related discipline.
- Extensive experience of donor-funded projects.
- Highly developed interpersonal and negotiation skills.
- Full fluency in English and Turkish, preferably backed by some command of French.
- Proven ability to manage consultants across the full project lifecycle plus knowledge of the EU Logical Framework Approach (ideal but not essential).
In return, you can expect an excellent tax-free salary and a comprehensive package of benefits, including dependent child allowance based on eligibility, medical insurance, leaving allowance at the end of appointment with CEB (when less than 10 years of service).
Applications should be made in English or French using the Council of Europe Development Bank online application system at https://ceb.profils.org before the deadline of 24 January 2021.
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