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Mercy Sarps wants to hire a grant and report specialist

Mercy Sarps
Mercy Sarps

Main job responsibilities:

Representation and coordination

Identify strategic growth opportunities and expand the portfolio through new business development
Mercy Corps representation in developing relationships with major donors and partner organizations
Serve as a Mercy Corps daily representative for organizations on program development issues, including attending major internal and external meetings, as needed,
Representing Mercy Corps in inter-agency coordination meetings as mandated by the country director
Proposal development
Lead to developing concept notes and funding proposals (including budgets), and coordinating the process with all departments of Sudan under the direction of the Country Director.
Work closely with the regional program teams at MC Support Offices in Edinburgh and Portland to maintain donor tracking databases, grants and information up to date with most of the current proposals, concept notes, partnership agreements and reports.
Ensure that proposals are developed in coordination and consultation with the Grant and Reports Officer, program technical directors, finance and operations teams (including logistics services) and that the necessary support is adequately budgeted.
Training and capacity building
Supporting teams in developing high-impact communications in proposals and reports submitted to donors
Strategy and vision
Learn about innovative job opportunities and create an environment in which alternative perspectives are welcomed.
Set the direction by setting priorities and organizing procedures and resources to achieve goals and contribute to developing the strategy at the country level.
Develop and organize activities to secure resources for programs and persuade stakeholders to provide support.
Grant Management
Develop a comprehensive understanding of Mercy Corps related internal policies and regulations and related donor procedures and train teams accordingly
Work closely with the finance and operations departments to develop grant compliance checklists and share them with program staff for implementation
Serve as a key point of contact with Portland and Edinburgh regional portfolio teams to work in response to donor priorities and adhere to specific requirements and deadlines
Facilitate training of program and operations staff in developing proposals, writing reports, managing grants and managing information.
Take the lead in integrating all Mercy Corps Sudan donor reports with inputs from the Head of Programs, MEL Director, Communications and Reports Officer, Program Managers and Office Staff at MC HQs.
Team management
Develop the team's ability, deepen understanding of their roles, and assist in career development.
Assist team members with information, tools, and resources to improve performance and reach goals.
Enhance accountability, inform expectations, and provide informally and informally constructive feedback through regular commentary on these and performance reviews.
Create and maintain a work environment of mutual respect as team members strive for excellence.
Assign, direct, and lead team members as necessary.
Safety
Ensure compliance with security procedures and policies as determined by the Regional Command.
Ensure team members work proactively in a safe and knowledgeable environment.
Formal education
As part of our commitment to organizational learning and to support our understanding that educational institutions are more effective, efficient, and fit for the communities they serve, we expect all team members to commit to 5% of their time on learning activities that also benefit Mercy Corps themselves.
Accountability of beneficiaries
Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts toward accountability, in particular
To our beneficiaries and the international standards that guide relief and international development work, with beneficiary communities actively involved as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects.
 Supervisory responsibility


Knowledge and experience:


Master's degree in related fields (government affairs, political science, international relations, etc.)
Minimum of 5 years of experience in supporting multi-donor and multi-donor grants, including leadership in preparing proposals and preparing donor reports in an emergency / post-conflict environment.
Previous experience and knowledge of USG (USAID OFDA / FFP), DFID, EU, ECHO and UN OCHA grant management including regulations, procedures and requirements.
Familiarity with key international humanitarian standards and partnerships such as the Sphere Project, Basic Humanitarian Standards and Accountability, Humanitarian Partnership, ALNAP and IASC.
Expertise in high-level advocacy for institutional donors and corporate / institutional partners.
Fluency in written and spoken English is required.
Strong communication skills with an exceptional ability to articulate complex issues in a clear, understandable way to a wide range of stakeholders
Excellent writing skills, the ability to submit high-quality reports with short deadlines
Excellent computer skills
Ability to work in a multicultural environment
Ability to work under tremendous pressure, the ability to perform multiple tasks and manipulate multiple tasks and relationships simultaneously
Excellent communication skills, experience in representing the organization

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