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Friday, August 9, 2019




تعلن Collateral Repair Project في الاردن عن توفر الشواغر التالية :


1- TEFL Coordinator

Organization Background
Collateral Repair Project, founded in 2006 to support refugees and impoverished Jordanians in East Amman, runs emergency assistance programs and vibrant community centers in Hashemi Shamali and downtown Amman. The people CRP serves struggle to take care of their basic needs and to rebuild their lives.

CRP’s model focuses on positive growth and change, based on the understanding that refugees in our community must first have their basic needs met in order to heal from trauma and build a better future. Our Emergency Assistance program provides refugee families with basic needs aid, such as food vouchers, medical assistance, and winter needs, and is the first point of contact for most beneficiaries. With these needs addressed, our beneficiaries are more able to participate in our various activities to learn new skills, build community, and heal from trauma. Volunteers from Jordan and abroad run all of the programming at CRP, with many programs led by refugees from CRP’s community. We prioritize hiring staff who are creative problem solvers, hard workers, and actively take initiative to develop our programs and move our work to the forefront of best practice.

There is a need in the Hashemi Shamali and Wast Al Balad neighborhoods of Amman for free, readily available english classes for urban refugees. At present we host approximately 300 students per week in live and online English classes.These classes are designed to assist our beneficiaries in improving their English language skills, as well as provide a safe space for community involvement and participation. The main incentives for participation include improving chances of resettlement, improving employment and higher education opportunities in Amman, and helping to bring stability and a sense of routine to lives that have experienced upheaval.

Position Description
The TEFL Coordinator will oversee English Language classes, as well as an E-learning program, at two centers. S/he will be responsible for the TEFL program oversight and implementation, working closely with the Community Programs Director to ensure that grant deliverables are being met within projected program goals, and that the classes are of a suitable quality. S/he will recruit, onboard, and coordinate both local and foreign volunteers who will teach classes.

CRP’s TEFL Coordinator will take the lead in maintaining and expanding the TEFL Program, so it is crucial for us to fill this role with a charismatic individual with an energetic spirit who has a proven track record in taking initiative in a leadership role, and has a joy for education. The chosen candidate will have knowledge of and interest in the current refugee crisis, and the particular situation of refugees in Jordan, as well as previous experience working with refugee communities.

The TEFL Coordinator is responsible for activities including, but not limited to:

Managing and scheduling approximately 16 classes each semester at CRP’s 2 locations
  • Recruiting and training volunteers in coordination with the Volunteer Coordinator Intern;
  • Conducting registration of students, tracking them on the waitlist, and conducting placement tests;
  • Recording and keeping track of student’s grades and placement test marks;
  • Managing volunteers, maintaining communication with them throughout the semester and assisting with any questions or concerns they have about the classes;
  • Managing student class placements and other student needs throughout the semester;
  • Monitoring and evaluating: tasks include keeping track of attendance, conducting observations of classes and supplying MEL Officer with other relevant information.
Oversight of E-Learning Program
  • Giving guidance, support and structure to English Program Intern as they coordinate the e-learning appointments;
  • Creating e-learning schedule and keeping track of attendance;
  • Ensure success of e-learning program, from recruitment and training of volunteers, to making sure partners meet on time on a weekly basis;
  • Frequent email correspondence with e-learning partners to ensure clear communication, and following up with any concerns or scheduling conflicts they may have;
  • Keeping track of evaluation forms and monitoring quality of classes through frequent check-ins with partners.
Relevant Qualifications
  • At least 2-3 years previous TEFL teaching experience and TEFL Certification;
  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field, i.e. English, Linguistics or Social Sciences;
  • English fluency required; intermediate to advanced level of Arabic highly recommended;
  • Computer literacy and proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Drive;
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills; willingness and ability to communicate easily with beneficiaries, staff, and international e-learning partners on a regular basis both verbally and in written form;
  • Creativity and flexibility in planning and problem solving;
  • Proven ability to learn quickly, take initiative, and be accountable;
  • Team oriented, with an ability to work with diverse groups of people.




2-  Finance/Operation Manager

Organization Background
Collateral Repair Project, founded in 2006 to support refugees living in Jordan, runs two community centers serving urban refugees and needy Jordanians in the East Amman neighborhoods of Hashemi Shamali & Wast Al-Balad. While urban refugees make up over 80% of the refugee population in Jordan, the majority of international funding has been directed to refugees living in—or in close proximity to—refugee camps. This has begun to change, but refugees living in East Amman have still been among the most neglected in Jordan and CRP serves hundreds of extremely vulnerable families who have received no assistance whatsoever from other organizations. CRP seeks to address these families’ basic needs and provide programming to enable families to rebuild their lives in Jordan.

CRP’s holistic approach focuses on positive growth and change. We first provide families with emergency assistance—mainly food aid—in order to reduce stress due to their inability to meet their basic needs. Once their subsistence needs are met, beneficiaries can begin to rebuild their lives with support from CRP’s range of psychosocial, educational, and community-building programming. CRP’s programs include computer classes, English lessons, trauma-sensitive yoga, a men’s support group, women’s empowerment workshops, children’s activities, and art workshops. Volunteers from Jordan and abroad run all of the programming at CRP, with many programs led by refugees who have participated in CRP’s leadership trainings.

Scope
The Finance/Operation Manager has overall management responsibility for the finance and accounting functions, budgeting, controlling and managing the service team.

Specific Responsibilities
The Finance Officer is responsible for activities including but not limited to:
  • Supporting the Executive Director (ED) with the needed financial and budgeting data to help in decision-making.
  • Maintaining accurate and updated data on accounting software
  • Managing organizational cash flow, including preparation of monthly disbursal requests, follow up on donor payment, operations cash reconciliation and all bank account reconciliation. 
  • Controlling daily disbursements and ensuring they align with the budgets
  • Preparing budgets to be submitted to donors for new funding
  • Controlling spending from a variety of program budgets
  • Preparing financial donor reports and ensuring compliance with donor requirements
  • Preparing and presenting monthly financial and project report for the ED
  • Human resources and operations oversight, including tracking all organizational agreements and employment contracts
  • Handling all the tax and social security payments
  • Supporting external audits
  • As an Operations Committee member, participating in a weekly meeting to plan and facilitate a smooth implementation of daily activities
  • Managing the services team (cleaners, cooks, etc.)
Success Factors
Necessary Qualifications:
  • Detail-oriented, with a strong understanding of standard accounting practices
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Demonstrated flexibility and creativity in planning and problem solving
  • Proven ability to learn quickly, take initiative, and be accountable for results
  • Conscientious, with an excellent sense of judgment
Skills
  • Mastery of Excel required, knowledge of accounting software is highly desired
  • Strong understanding of accounting principles
  • Ability to develop and report against project budgets
  • Fluent Arabic and advanced English language skills
  • Proactive individual who takes initiative
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Highly organized, strong attention to detail, driven, and can work independently without direction
Experience
  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business, or other related field. CMA is preferred. 
  • A minimum of 7 to 10 years of experience in accounting or finance management, At least 3 years in the humanitarian sector
  • Proven experience in accounting, budgeting, and project management
  • Expertise in spreadsheet applications (Excel), and experience with accounting software (Xero, QuickBooks, or similar)
  • Proven experience in managing accounting and budgets in an NGO context
  • Proven experience in completing monthly and annual financial reports
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent English language skills.