Programme Manager, Opening Extractives
See the full advertisement on Webcruiter. Deadline 10 December 2020.
The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) International Secretariat has, together with Open Ownership, launched a new global programme, Opening Extractives, with the aim of deepening beneficial ownership transparency in the extractives sector and reducing corruption risk.
The EITI is now recruiting a Programme Manager who will be at the heart of the Opening Extractives Programme Management Unit comprised of Directors from each organisation. This new position involves responsibility for developing and managing the ambitious programme that will support 8-10 resource-rich countries in developing systems to disclose high quality beneficial ownership data, build capacity of stakeholders to analyse the data, and mobilize global support for beneficial ownership transparency. The Programme Manager role will be responsible for day-to-day programme management, monitoring, reporting, and quality assurance, all of which are essential for ensuring the overall success of the programme.
Relevant advanced university degree. Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree is required.
5-8 years of successful experience with project management having developed skills and proven ability to coordinate related workstreams across teams: setting up, managing and monitoring high value, complex international projects.
Experience of working in an international environment and with international partners is required.
Experience of managing or working on action research projects or adaptive programmes is a strong advantage.
Experience working on issues related to open government, corporate transparency, anti-corruption or natural resource governance is desirable.
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work flexibly with a wide range of team members, while retaining the ability to act independently.
Experience of working with remote teams using digital tools is an advantage regular contact with people in diverse countries and time zones.
Demonstrable ability in administration, financial management, award compliance and sub-award management, and tracking activity performance and costs.
An eye for detail with a demonstrated ability to develop and keep meticulous records and documentation and analyse written and numerical data.
A problem solver who is undaunted by complex projects and issues that may arise, and who is able to resolve issues swiftly and collaboratively.
Ability to influence stakeholders, through a combination of strong writing, presentation and networking skills.
We can offer
The EITI International Secretariat is located in Oslo, Norway. We offer a competitive salary and will consider requests to provide financial support to contribute to relocation costs to Oslo based on circumstances and financial need. We will also consider applicants who want to join on a remote working contract from London or a European location within easy reach from Oslo.
The application deadline is 10th of December 2020. First interviews will be held in the second part of the week beginning 14th December; please add any availability issues to your cover letter.
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