Advisor: Organisational Development (PMU based in Lebanon)

Closing date: 19 November 2018
Location: Beirut, Lebanon
Salary: $40,209 plus 14% cash in lieu of pension

The International HIV/AIDS Alliance (the Alliance) is soon to begin an exciting new three-year program (2019-2021) in the Middle East and North Africa region, which will increase sustainability of HIV services for key populations. Funded by a $7.5m grant from The Global Fund, this program will be implemented in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia by eight sub recipients/partners (one per country and three operating at regional level).

As the Principal Recipient of this grant, the Alliance is establishing a Program Management Unit in Beirut, Lebanon which will be led by Lead: Programmes. The Advisor: Organisational Development will play a vital role in ensuring the successful implementation of the program through skilful leadership of institutional capacity building of civil society partners.

The right candidate for this high profile grant will have a balance of technical knowledge and capacity development skills and the ability to work effectively with a range of civil society organisations in the MENA region.

Are you who we’re looking for?

You are an inspirational manager who inspires genuine enthusiasm and passion in others, by bringing the Alliance’s strategy to life.  You act as a role model, creating an environment of openness and trust, and celebrates the successes of others.  You are committed to fostering a high performance culture, and will delegate thoughtfully to give colleagues real accountability and authority. You are comfortable managing in a matrix management environment.

The role will:

• Responsible for leading on the organisational and technical capacity building work stream within the grant
• Leads on capacity assessment processes and provides high-level guidance and support to implementing partners on a range of organisational development themes.
• Work with the Senior Advisor M&E to coordinate the sharing and exchange of knowledge and results from the grant.
• Lead on the analysis and documentation of the capacity building work stream including lessons learnt, recommendations and best practice models.
• Provides appropriate programmatic technical solutions connecting internal and external resources in order to ensure that implementing partners can deliver quality programmatic interventions.

For full details of the role, download the job description and person specification below.

Interviews: Week commencing 19th November 2018

Benefits will include:

• 33 day holidays (including bank holidays), increasing by one day per service up to a max of 38 days.
• Private healthcare for employee (and dependants).  The Alliance contributes 90% of the cost, the employee 10%.

How to apply

Submit your CV, along with a covering letter outlining how you meet the criteria of the job description and person specification, by email to recruitment@aidsalliance.org. The subject line of your email should include the job title. The cover letter is necessary for our assessment of your skills and experience.  Please therefore do not send us your CV without a cover letter. We look forward to hearing from you.

Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults

The Alliance operates a rigorous recruitment and selection process that reflects our commitment to child protection.  The Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults Policy can be downloaded here.