18 000 - 21 000 CZK

Program Manager/Manažér

Nezisková organizácia EPIC

Place of work
Drtinova 10, Prague-Smíchov, Czechia
Contract type
part-time
Start date
June/July 2019
Total wage (gross)
18 000 - 21 000 CZK

Information about the position

Job description, responsibilities and duties

EPIC Assist, z.u. is looking to employ a talented, positive and enthusiastic member to our team based in Prague.

Job Description:
The main role of the program officer/program analyst is to provide:
- Quality assistance to the programs implemented by EPIC ASSIST z.ú. in the
Czech Republic and sister organisations in Slovakia and Scotland;
- Tasks related to program design, program development and other activities
aiming at strategic development of the organisation;
- Independent ideas which may be accommodated to the program strategy of
the organisation.;
- Project funding submissions;
- Positive self-starter innovative ideas and energy to make a difference in their
community.

Successful candidate will work under supervision of the Central European Coordinator and report to her and where necessary to the General Manager of International Services.

Main tasks:
• Prepare and submit new projects according to the grants/calls
• Design, planning and implementation of the specific program pillars;
• Identification of funding, writing grant applications and fundraising;
• Production and dissemination/marketing of policy papers and program
documents;
• Assist with the design of specific social enterprise activities;
• Organise activities including meetings, conferences, seminars and visits;
• Write articles/news for EPIC ASSIST z.ú. web site;
• Liaison with the relevant partners in the field of employment/labour policy
and social economy;
• Research information on the topics related to EPIC ASSIST z.ú. programs.

Salary information

Starting salary of minimum 17,000 CZK for part-time contract (based on skills and experience)

Employee perks, benefits

Flexible working hours.
Travelling. Part time work will evolve in time to a full-time.

Information about the selection process

Application procedures:

Please send a current CV in English listing skills relating to the attached job description and 2 brief paragraphs also in English.
1) why you would be the best person for the role
2) briefly explain what you are passionate about in
your life
3)list of projects written/implemented will be
benefit

Applications can be made via email to Attn: Central European Coordinator at email:
[email protected]
Applications for this role close on 31 May 2019.

Commencement Date:
We are aiming to commence the right applicant in June/July 2019.

Salary Range:
Dependent on relative skills and experience.

Starting salary of minimum 17,000 CZK (monthly) for part-time contract based on skills and experience. All travel costs and out of pocket expenses will be reimbursed upon presentation of required documentation.

Requirements for the employee

Candidates with education suit the position

University education (Bachelor's degree)
University education (Master's degree)
Postgraduate (Doctorate)

Language skills

Czech - Proficiency (C2) and English - Upper intermediate (B2)

Other knowledge

Microsoft Excel - advanced
Microsoft Outlook - advanced
Microsoft SharePoint - advanced

Driving licence

B

The position is suitable for a fresh graduate

Yes

Personality requirements and skills

The person we seek needs to be able to bring project management, analytical, methodological and evaluation practices as well as new, innovative ideas and actively contribute to existing and potentially new programs and activities aiming at better assisting marginalised groups in society in the Czech Republic. Ability to write project funding applications is highly regarded.

Qualifications/Skills/Experience Required:

• University degree or higher tertiary
qualification in a relevant discipline to the role;
• Previous experience with in project
writing/implemention is ragarded ;
• Proven interest in issues related to public
policy, social inclusion, social economy and/or
labour policy;
• Excellent written communication skills, with
analytical capacity and ability to synthesize a
variety of information for the preparation of
quality program documents;
• Ideal candidate will be well organized with
excellent interpersonal skills and willingness
to learn;
• Fluent Czech and English language (both
written and spoken) is essential.

Initially the hours of work will be a minimum of 16 hours per week but this will likely increase as the program matures and work increases. We would hope that the role will evolve in time to a full time role.

There will be need to travel within Europe to represent EPIC Assist z.u. at various project meetings or functions.

Advertiser

Brief description of the company

EPIC is one of the major non-profit organisations in Australia providing employment and community services to disadvantaged communities. EPIC has been delivering services for over 27 years. With more than 300 staff globally EPIC assists annually over 15,000 clients in various programs across 5 countries where we are a registered charity.

EPIC in the Czech republic aims to
• Influence public policies on employment and social inclusion of
disadvantaged people;
• Initiate and assist in preparation and implementation of programmes aimed
at increasing employment on local level;
• Raise awareness of employment of people with various disadvantages;
• Support and commence social enterprise best practice;
• Provide effective training solutions to address community issues.

Number of employees

3-4 employees

Company address

Nezisková organizácia EPIC
Panenská 29
81103 Bratislava
Slovakia
http://www.epic-org.eu/home/
ID: 3572119   Datum zveřejnění: 20.5.2019   Základní složka mzdy (brutto) a další odměny:   Starting salary of minimum 17,000 CZK for part-time contract (based on skills and experience)