Assistant Grants Manager – The Girl Generation
- Ensure grantees hold and abide by child protection policies and The Girl Generation Do No Harm guidance
- Provide administrative support for the whole grant-making cycle from application to archiving of files following grant finalisation for country portfolio.
- Maintain accurate records throughout the grant-making cycle, following up on relevant information as and when required.
- Regularly update the grants database to ensure it is accurate and complete, seeking further information from others if necessary.
- Tracking and monitoring of awarded grants
- Support the Grants Programme Manager in reporting on the programme to internal and external stakeholders.
- Support the wider The Girl Generation team and grantees in collecting positive stories of change, sign posting grantees to relevant materials and manage these resources including updating the website on grantees.
- Support the Grants Programme Manager in tracking relevant funding opportunities and mapping of donors
Capacity Building and Learning
- Support the capacity assessment and capacity building of grantee organisations on social change communication and organisational/ grants management.
- Continuously support grantees in cross-learning from each other through The Girl Generation events, social media platforms and by other means.
Monitoring and Evaluation of Grants
- In collaboration with relevant Girl Generation staff, closely track and monitor awarded grants with the Nairobi based Finance Manager, Country Programme Officers, MEL Coordinator and the UK based Programme Manager.
- Monitor the achievement of grants, documenting achievement of the grants and changes these contributed to in ending FGM.
- Contribute to the design and support the implementation of reviews, mid-term or final evaluations.
Specifically, we are looking for the following in the right candidate:
- Significant demonstrated experience in grants management and compliance with donor regulations
- Experience of working as part of an international organisation and providing reporting information
- Fluency in French and English (written and oral) is essential
- Experience in remote management of programmes is desirable
- Experience in monitoring and evaluation is desirable
- Understanding of African led activism, role of grassroots organisations, preferably on ending FGM
For the right candidate, we offer a competitive salary and an opportunity to play a part in ending FGM.
- To apply, please send your CV with a summary note of your skills and experience to Sarah Jambert-Gray firstname.lastname@example.org. Candidates should state the role in the subject header.
- Closing date for applications is: 13th November
- Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for interview.
- Options is an equal opportunities employer
- Candidates are required to have to right to live and work in Kenya