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Generations For Peace is looking for Programme Coordinator Jordan-Amman

Generations For Peace is looking for Programme Coordinator Jordan-Amman

Reporting to, guided and directed by the programmes officer, the programmes coordinator is responsible for supporting the Programmes department and delegates/pioneers in programme design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation in Jordan and Lebanon, in order to maximize positive change and sustainable impact in the target communities.

Purpose of the Position:

Liaising closely with the Jordan programme’s m&E Officer and coordinator on monitoring & Evaluation, and with the communications team on communications. The programme’s coordinator will receive mentoring and support and will be expected to build knowledge, skills and experience to take on increasing responsibilities and work on assigned tasks with steadily reducing supervision.


Reporting to, guided and directed by the programme’s officer.

Working closely with all members of the programme’s department on the assigned programme(s), providing support as directed by the Programmes Officer following the annual plan, scheduled programme cycles, and programming framework

  • Supporting the implementation of the assigned programme(s), including assisting with day-to-day communications and logistical support
  • Supporting the programmes Officer with establishment and development of strong relationships with local partner organisations
  •  Conducting regular field visits to confirm site selection decisions, to support delegates/pioneers and to engage with local partner organisations, as directed by programmes officer
  •  Supporting, guiding and mentoring the lead delegates/pioneers on programme design, implementation, activity session designs, monitoring and evaluation, keeping programmes officer updated on progress and any issues
  •   Ensuring continuous updating of programmes database/extranet for all assigned countries
  • Providing inputs for assessing and reporting on eligibility of delegates to be certified as pioneers
  • Helping to prepare, and providing inputs, for monthly and quarterly reports to donors and partners, and for updates to programme’s officer and programme’s manager
  • Supporting provision of information content about delegates, pioneers, and programmes to the communications department, ensuring regular flow of high quality information to feed communications needs, and donor/partner reporting
  • Ensure brand visibility of GFP and its Donor/Partner logos at all programme activities, and in collected photos/videos of programme activities and share it with the communications team.
  •  Supporting the liaison with the Jordan programme’s M&E officer and coordinator on all monitoring & evaluation, to learn and assess programme inputs, outputs, outcomes, impact, and sustainability; and to identify best practices and good PR communications stories.
  • Supporting Institute and Communications teams in planning and conducting visits to programmes in Jordan and Lebanon
  • Providing input to the programmes Officer to help improve GFP curriculum and programme processes
  • Supporting programmes department’s role in delivery of direct training events (Camps, Advanced Trainings, Refresher Workshops, etc).
  • Providing administrative support to rest of programmes department.

Education, qualifications, competences, and skills required:


  •  Jordanian Nationality
  • University bachelor degree essential, preferably in a relevant discipline.
  • High professional level of spoken English and Arabic
  • Preferably one year’s professional experience in community social change programmes
  • Preferably experience in volunteer programmes and volunteer recruitment, motivation, mentoring and management.
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural team
  • Ability to manage multiple concurrent priorities and work under pressure
  • Ability to reflect, learn, and improve, and experience in using feedback processes for learning
  • Excellent computer skills (documents/spreadsheets/databases/presentations/calendars/email).
  • Excellent written English and Arabic, including writing of programme plans and reports.
  • Interest in global current affairs, conflict and peace building, and international development.


  •  Demonstrated knowledge of different theories of conflict transformation and social change
  • Experience in international development especially community development and behaviour change programming is useful but not essential
  •   Experience in different forms of evaluation, including participatory evaluation, participatory video, most significant change, is useful but not essential
  • Experience in sport-based approaches to behaviour change is useful but not essential
  • Experience in arts-based approaches to behaviour change is useful but not essential
  • Experience in dialogue approaches for conflict transformation is useful but not essential
  • Experience in advocacy for community-led change is useful but not essential
  •  Experience in event management is useful but not essential
  • Travel and experience working in other countries

How to apply:

To apply, please download the necessary documents for applying through the link.

Then send your fully completed application form, in detail, together with CV/resumé to the following email:

Closing Date: 12:00GMT, Friday 08 December 2017. Incomplete or late applications will not be reviewed.



Languages required


Application deadline

Fri, 12/08/2017

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