Peaceful Change Initiative Job Vacancy: Programme Manager – Gaziantep, Turkey

Posting Job


November 16, 2015

Expired Job


June 19, 2019



Urgently Required – Turkey-based Syria Programme Manager:

Peaceful Change Initiative (PCi) is looking for an experienced NGO staffer to administer our Syria programme.

programme provides essential assistance to vulnerable groups in Syria,
by increasing safety, by reducing the threat of violence, and by helping
communities to meet their everyday needs. This work is an organisation
priority, and we are looking to increase capacity of the programme by
finding an excellent country manager who is able to join at short

Your support would be greatly appreciated.
You will be based in Gaziantep in Turkey as part of a small team. Your position will be very hands-on and will require you to:
  • Work closely with our Syrian NGO partner to complete our intensive reporting requirements to our donor 
  • Coordinate the delivery of PCi resources to the programme
  • Maintain the Gaziantep office from an administrative and security perspective
position will require you to keep on top of project requirements, and
deliver detailed financial and M&E reports based on information
coming out of a conflict-zone. To accomplish this you need to work with a
geographically distributed PCi team, and also work closely with partner
organisations trying to do a huge amount with limited resources in a
difficult environment.

You will need excellent attention to
detail, a can-do attitude, result-focus, emotional intelligence &
self-awareness. You are likely to have experience with NGO accounting.

contract is from Dec 1st 2015 to March 31st 2016 . Our budget for this
position is GBP 3500 per month and accommodation & insurance are
also covered by PCi.

Email us your CV with a short covering email
to right now! We need to fill this
position urgently and would love to hear from you. Even if you are not
sure if you are qualified, send us your CV so we can make the decision.
It doesn’t take much time!

Closing Date: 11 Dec 2015
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