Duties and Responsibilities
The PIM Project Officer will be responsible for supporting implementation of the DRC PIM capacity building and learning project’ in South and Central America, including responsibility for administrative, logistical and documentation matters.
The PIM Project Officer reports to the PIM Project Coordinator. The position will be based with DRC Colombia in Bogota, and duty travel (up to 2 weeks) in the region should be expected.
The PIM Project Officer will be responsible for the following :
Remote logistical coordination with counterparts in countries across Central and South America;
Provide technical inputs and feedback on training materials and reports;
Organizing logistics for seamless training delivery (majority of this to be done remotely), such a booking of suitable training venues and organizing participants travels;
Undertaking procurement for project implementation in line with DRC procedures and donor requirements;
Contributing to reporting and updating of PIM communication materials (in English and Spanish) to reflect PIM developments;
Compiling and documenting training activity results for reporting and communication purposes;
Other support as required.
PIM training events logistically and administratively managed;
Contracts with service providers and suppliers developed and delivery monitored;
Documentation and reports on M&E project results (in both English and Spanish)
Updated PIM communication materials to reflect recent PIM developments;
Other related support delivered as required.
Experience and technical competencies
Work : A minimum of three years’ experience in a similar role.
Prior experience working in an international setting, preferably in the humanitarian or development sector.
Education : Advanced university degree in international relations, political science, international project management, public relations or communication studies.
A relevant combination of academic qualifications and extensive experience may be accepted in lieu of an advanced university degree.
Fluent oral and written English and Spanish is required.
Excellent communication written and oral presentation skills, ability to present results in visually appealing formats.
Excellent ability to maintain oversight without losing attention to detail and proven to be solutions oriented.
Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to establish and maintain effective communication with a range of counterparts in a multicultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect or diversity.
Highly structured approach and demonstrated ability to manage and coordinate diverse issues simultaneously and to establish priorities and allocate time and resources appropriately.
Ability to work under pressure and meet multiple deadlines.
Proven experience overseeing logistics and practical execution of international conferences or events.
Proven experience serving in an administrative role related to procurement and documentation of same.
Availability to travel and work flexible hours.
A great opportunity to become part of one of the leading global NGOs, focusing on refugees and displaced people, in a fast-growing environment in Colombia.
Start date : Asap
Duty Station : Bogotá
Salary : Between 3.401.000 COP and 3.813.000 COP according to profile
Benefits : Complementary health insurance.
Access to more than 1,000 free online training and certificates
All applicants must upload a cover letter and an updated CV (no longer than four pages) in English. Incomplete applications and applications sent by email will not be considered.
Closing date for applications : 7th August 2020 at 11 : 59 am (Bogota, GMT / UTC -5 hour).
1 Information about the PIM Initiative is available on the PIM website : www.pim.guide. The PIM Conceptual Framework is comprised of the PIM Common Terminology, PIM Core Competencies, PIM Principles, PIM Process, PIM Matrix and its components, as well as the Framework for Data Sharing in Practice.