- Qatar charity is a non-governmental organization established in 1992 working both in development and emergency relief.
- Qatar Charity is committed to partnership principles; equality,
transparency, responsibility and integration. It is also committed to
the fundamental humanitarian principles of independence, neutrality and
- Qatar Charity is currently working in more than 70 countries across the world, and has field offices in 20 countries.
- Qatar Charity has a membership status at the United Nations Economic
and Social Council (1997), a consultative status in the Organization of
International Migration – as observer (2006), a member of the Founding
Conference of the Arab Network for NGOs established in Cairo (1999), a
consultative status at the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC)
(2013), and membership of the START network (2015).
- Qatar Charity
is a signatory to the Code of Conduct for the International Red Cross
and Red Crescent Movement and NGOs in Disaster Relief since 2009,
- Strengthen Qatar Charity’s presence and participation in inter-cluster
coordination mechanisms (at national and sub-national levels) through
attending and representing Qatar Charity in cluster/sector coordination
- Prepare and ensure uploading of Qatar Charity’s projects on Online Project System (OPS).
- Document all Qatar Charity humanitarian aid on the United Nation’s OCHA online Financial Tracking Service.
- Be part of needs assessment teams initiated by clusters.
- Participate in developing the country humanitarian response plan.
- Search/ raise funds for QC projects from UN pooled funds, institutional donors, etc.
- Promote partnership with UN agencies, INGOs, NNGOs and local civil society
- Monitor Qatar Charity’s projects to ensure alignment with cluster response plans, quality of services, impact, etc.
- Issue financial and technical reports to cluster coordinators
- Provide necessary information to Qatar Charity executive team in the field
- Coordinate with Qatar Charity field office on monitoring projects’ progress
- Submit progress and final reports.
- Five years’ experience of working in the international NGO arena.
- Knowledge of the Core Humanitarian Standard, Red Cross/ Red Crescent
Code of Conduct and related codes and practices Experience in managing
country programs in humanitarian contexts.
- High technical, analytical, negotiation, communication and advocacy level skills.
- Strong skills in presentation and facilitation.
- Individual commitment to teamwork.
- Ability to work in multi-cultural environment.
- Excellent training, coaching and mentoring skills.
- Demonstrated management and delivery of projects and activities on time and on budget.
- Excellent leadership and supervisory skills with ability to provide
others with a clear direction and ability to motivate and empower
- Ability to analyze and present diverse and complex quantitative and qualitative data from a wide range of sources.
- Proven experience in building rapport with individuals and groups, nurturing good relationships across organizational levels.
- Computer skills, including internet navigation, and various office
applications. Resilience, stress tolerance and work under difficult