National grant analyst
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- Qualified female applicants, qualified nationals of non-and under-represented member nations and person with disabilities are encouraged to apply
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The position is located at the FAO Representation in Georgia. The main aim of the FAO country offices, which are headed by the FAO Representative, is to assist governments to develop policies, programmes and projects to achieve food security and to reduce hunger and malnutrition, to help develop the agricultural, fisheries and forestry sectors, and to use their environmental and natural resources in a sustainable manner.
The National Grant Analyst shall operate under the overall guidance and responsibility of the FAO Representative in Georgia; direct supervision of the FAO/ENPARD Coordinator and in close collaboration with other international and national consultants of the different FAO projects in Georgia and FAO Representation Office for Georgia.
The National Grant analyst will be integrated within the FAO team in charge of the grant component of FAO’s contribution to the ENPARD III program of the European Union. The Grant Analyst will be assigned some of the grant applications received through the program and will be fully responsible for them, from their analysis to the final impact evaluation.
Tasks and responsibilities
• Review of agricultural grant applications using established procedures and checklists
• Validation of information included in the grant applications through secondary researches
• Validation of all reviews performed by the implementing partners
• Phone validation of key aspects of the applications directly with the applicants
• Reporting of all undertaken activities on the grant management system
• Other duties as required.
CANDIDATES WILL BE ASSESSED AGAINST THE FOLLOWING
• University degree up to masters levels in management, economy or related field;
• At least 5 years of relevant practical experience in grant projects or marketing activities;
• Fluency in English and Georgian, as all the duties will have to be performed in English;
• National of Georgia.
FAO Core Competencies
• Results Focus
• Building Effective Relationships
• Knowledge Sharing and Continuous Improvement
• Ability to work autonomously and to be assigned grantees
• Quality of both oral and written communication skills;
• Ability to organize projects from scratch and to manage them in an autonomous manner
• Demonstrated ability to be an efficient team member
• Applications will be evaluated against this VA Minimum Requirements.
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