Women Now for Development

Last modified: 
24/04/2020 - 1:51pm

Women Now for Development is a non-profit organization dedicated to deepening and strengthening women’s role in Syrian and host communities by enhancing their political, social, economic and cultural participation.

Acronym: 
WND
Organisation Type: 
Local Civil Society Organisation
Founding Year: 
2014
Country of Origin: 
FR
Intervention Sector(s): 
Gender issues
Human Rights & Protection
Mental Health
Refugees
Women Status & Issues
Contact person's position: 
HR Manager
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Contact person's phone number: 
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Address: 
Chtoura
Beirut - Damascus Highway - behind BBAC bank
Chtoura , Beqaa
Lebanon
Beqaa LB
City: 
Chtoura
Street: 
Beirut - Damascus Highway - behind BBAC bank
Website: 
Contact person's name: 
Hala Alrashid
Partnerships: 
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TITLE: Grants and Fundraising Consultant
BASED IN: Flexible with a preference for Lebanon
REPORTING TO: Programmes Manager and CEO
CONTRACT TYPE: Part-Time; 5 Months contract, with a possibility of extension
START DATE: August 2020
END DATE: 31st December 2020 with the possibility of extension

Tuesday, 21 July 2020
Expired
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PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:
The Grants Manager will be a crucial member of the Women Now for Development team in Lebanon. You will be dynamic and creative in programme development, but also realistic and pragmatic about the limitations of the context, capacity and funding. You will be able to think on your feet and support teams in adapting to ever-changing, highly challenging contexts. You will be a natural team-leader, adept at bringing out the best in your colleagues, treating them as equals at all times, but also able to push them to achieve and grow with the organisation.

Monday, 6 July 2020
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