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20 Sep 2019

ALDA is looking for an EU Project Manager for its office of Vicenza. He/she will work under the supervision of the coordinator of the implementation unit and ALDA’s Secretary-General and liaise with all the colleagues of the team, by undertaking the following duties and responsibilities:

  • Project management of different on-going and newly starting projects related to EU and non-EU Funds. Among the related tasks:
  • To plan and/or implement the action plan of the projects, organizing events and other initiatives described in the programme
  • To follow and accompany the partnership and the group involved in the projects
  • To communicate about the project with the support of the communication office of ALDA
  • To liaise and share knowledge about the project with the team of ALDA
  • Liaise with the donor (mainly the European Commission), in cooperation with the SecretaryGeneral of ALDA
  • To identify possible sources of co-funding and facilitation as for the project implementation, together with the Secretary-General and with the Resources and Development office of ALDA
  • To be responsible for the use of the budget of the programme and carefully and responsively manager the resources allocated
  • To report about the project (both narrative and financial) with the support of the Financial office of ALDA
  • To contribute with inputs and suggestions to the best implementation of the project
  • To be present to the events of the projects and other events of ALDA, both in Vicenza and in the location of the implementation of the activities of the project
  • To actively liaise with the European Networks on International Cooperation network at the local level, together with the Secretary-General and with the other staff of ALDA
  • To contribute to existing advocacy activities supporting the work of ALDA on global citizenship education, and initiate new ones

Applicants should meet the following requirements:

  • University degree
  • Languages: English, Italian excellent verbal and written skills. Another language (French, Spanish, or other European language is an asset)
  • Previous experience in project implementation of at least two years
  • Knowledge of computer tools
  • Ability to work in a team as well as individually
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Experience in managing networks, dealing with diverse institutions
  • High motivation and strong interest for international cooperation

Terms of contract

The contract will be for a period of 12 months and can be renewed subject to the availability of resources and satisfactory performance evaluation after the first contracted period. The contract will preferably start on October 2019. Location: Vicenza Salary based on the experience and qualifications of the candidate. The candidate is requested to express his/her own salary expectations.

Application procedure

Interested applicants should send their Letter of Intent and Curriculum Vitae (CV) in English to , stating in the subject line: Application – EU Project Manager in Vicenza Kindly include names and contact details of 3 references. Applications must be received on or before 20th September 2019. Interviews will take place the following week. Please note that, due to the high number of applicants expected, only candidates that will be shortlisted will be contacted.

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