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Partnership Manager - Beirut

Beirut (Lebanon)

  • Organization: IRC - International Rescue Committee
  • Location: Beirut (Lebanon)
  • Grade: Mid level
  • Occupational Groups:
    • External Relations, Partnerships and Resource mobilization
    • Managerial positions
    • Public, Private Partnership
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The project will focus on reducing vulnerabilities are prevalent amongst three groups affected by the blast in Beirut: (i) survivors of Gender-Based Violence (SGBV); (ii) those suffering from deteriorated psycho-social wellbeing; (iii) and/or those facing limitations related to being a person with disabilities and older persons. Supporting Beirut’s Immediate Social Recovery Services interventions will entail providing grant financing directly to a select number of NGOs, to enable them to provide social services to reduce vulnerabilities in these groups.

This will be achieved by supporting non-government stakeholders that are engaged and have a track record in delivering social recovery services and working with target groups by improving their capacity to participate in the broader social recovery and reconstruction processes.

The World Bank has selected the IRC to act as the Intermediary Implementing Agency (IIA) to implement the Supporting Beirut’s Immediate Social Recovery Services project. The IRC will take on project management, grant provision and/or procurement of services from NGOs, and will be responsible for the fiduciary supervision of the selected NGO partners.

Responsibilities

Partnership Agreement Management

  • Develop, co-facilitate and guide competitive partner selection processes to identify partners for this project, by drafting and launching the Request for Applications (RFA) and scoring criteria.
  • Review Partners’ submitted proposals and budgets and support senior officers in this task beforeProject Lead sign off.
  • Conduct & coordinate Partner Identity and Background Review (Vetting) processes, including completion of the report and/or review of submitted reports by Senior officers.
  • Coordinate and co-lead Partner's Project Capacity Review (PPCR) processes, including contributing to and facilitating the collaborative risk analysis and management.
  • Coordinate with project lead and senior officer to agree/review appropriate partnership agreement type and draft agreement, taking into account the due diligence outcomes and specific project and donor requirements.
  • Liaising with HQ for approvals and/or review of documents and agreements.
  • Support senior officers and co-lead Partnership Project Opening, Review and Closing Meetings, together with the relevant team members.
  • Coordinate and participate in timely and effective partner program, finance, and compliance review and reflection (monitoring), and work with the Partnerships Senior Officers, Technical Coordinators,M&E and finance staff to address any project performance issues.
  • Coordinate narrative reporting processes and liaise with Partnership Finance Manager on finance reporting processes, including review and feedback.
  • Coordinate with Partnership Finance team to ensure timely transfer of payments to partners.
  • Maintain complete and organized partnership files for each partner.
  • Support senior officers and co-lead the review of the performance of the partners, of the IRC (including on the basis of partner feedback), and of the partnership, including successes, challenges and lessons learned, fostering ongoing partnerships beyond the sub-award project cycle.

Strategy and Program Approach

  • Collaborate with project lead and technical coordinators to ensure a culture of mutual capacity sharing approaches and learning, so that IRC can learn from unique partners practices and innovations,
  • Identify opportunities for mentoring and/or coaching follow up activities at the partner organizational and individual levels.
  • Lead in capacity sharing monitoring, evaluating, learning and periodic reporting, including documenting successful capacity sharing methods that can be scaled.
  • Promote a culture of mutual learning and good partnership among all partners and IRC.
  • Coach, train, and mentor Partnership Team to strengthen their abilities to effectively support partners.

Key Working Relationships:

Position Reports to:  Project Lead

Position directly supervises:  1 Senior Partnerships Officer

Indirect Reporting: Partnerships Coordinator

Other Internal and/or external contacts:

Internal: IRC Lebanon Finance, HR and Supply chain departments, HQ and Regional grants/compliance teams, Partnerships teams, local and regional, programs, grants, M&E

External:Partner organizations


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