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Moderator of Community of Practice (CoP) Meetings


  • Organization: IRC - International Rescue Committee
  • Location: Belgrade
  • Grade: Level not specified
  • Occupational Groups:
    • Social Affairs
    • Democratic Governance
    • Civil Society and Local governance
    • Project and Programme Management
    • Managerial positions
  • Closing Date:
The Major Task of engagement of a moderator is to successfully facilitate and encourage knowledge sharing between NGO stakeholders during the CoP meetings. The consultant will be engaged in facilitating, preparing, and reporting on four CoP meetings.

Working language: English


Type of activity   Deadline
Participating in mapping the topics of each CoP
1 First CoP July 1, 2022
2 Second CoP September 23, 2022
3 Third CoP December 16, 2022
4 Fourth CoP February 24, 2022
Moderation of the CoP
5 First CoP July 6, 2022
6 Second CoP September 28, 2022
7 Third CoP December 21, 2022
8 Fourth CoP March 1, 2023
Providing overview reports after CoP meetings
9 First Overview report July 15, 2022
10 Second Overview Report October 7, 2022
11 Third Overview Report December 30, 2023
12 Fourth Overview Report March 10, 2023


1. To create a platform for knowledge and best practice sharing among NGO stakeholders in the order to overcome challenges and issues working in direct work with refugees and migrants in transit. 

Expected results

- Engage in and support the participatory process during the mapping of the topics (with the support of the IRC team)
- Selected topics are relevant for the NGO stakeholders and reflect their experience from the field and direct work with the clients
- Active participation of all included stakeholders during the CoP aiming to contribute to the knowledge and best practice sharing.
- Delivered overview reports for each CoP meeting 

Competencies and skills required for the task

- Relevant university and/or master’s degree in social science (law, social work, psychology, sociology, etc.)
- Experience in working on projects that aimed to provide support to the refugees and migrants would be preferred
- Strong communication skills
- Ability to present information orally and in writing clearly and concisely
- High knowledge of the English language


Payment is in four tranches after the submission of each report and approval of the IRC Program Coordinator

Interested applicants should develop and submit a proposal in English to respond to the above-mentioned tasks. The proposal should include:
a)       Applicant’s CV
b)      Motivation for applying
c)      Relevant professional background including past performance conducting similar                assignments
d)      Consultant fees.
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