Program Manager: Middle East and North Africa

National Democratic Institute

Duties

Program Manager: Middle East and North Africa
Position Summary

To plan, design, implement, and manage one or more designated programs, generally of greater complexity and scope (e.g. a large multi-faceted single country program with significant funding and greater technical difficulty or more specialization, or one that cuts across multiple field offices and locations).

Peripheral Accountabilities/Responsibilities (Non-essential)
• Support onboarding and training for Project Assistants, Program Associates and Program Officers, as required. Participate in interview processes, as needed.
• Act as a back-up for other team members as needed.
• Participate in cross-functional initiatives as needed.
• Actively seek and engage in professional development opportunities to enhance knowledge in project/program management, and maintain a general working knowledge of relevant program trends and issues occurring external to NDI.

Parameters
• Incumbent operates under general direction, works in accordance within established procedures and objectives.
• Incumbent serves as a resource and provides guidance to lower level staff.
• Incumbent regularly interacts with staff at all levels within NDI.

Qualifications

Required Qualifications

Education
• Bachelor's degree, preferably in International Relations, Political Science or a related field, or equivalent experience. Graduate degree in a similar discipline preferred.

Experience
• Five years of relevant work experience in international-development, community organizing, political campaigns, or legislative affairs, or a similar field, including experience in program strategy and design. An advanced degree or work towards one in a relevant discipline may be substituted for required years of experience on a one-for-one basis.
• Prior relevant international field work experience performed in-country is highly desired.

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