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ALPS Resilience is a rapidly growing nonprofit organisation, working in the violence prevention, community resilience field. ALPS currently has projects in South Africa, Mozambique, Tanzania, and a presence in Somalia.

ALPS Resilience seeks to appoint a Project Officer to be based in Cape Town.

Remuneration: will be commensurate with experience

Start date: 1 June or as soon as possible

Contract dates: 1 June to 31 December 2019 (with the option to extend)

Responsibilities:

  • Day-to-day management and administration of project
  • Ensure project is implemented timeously and according to the project objectives
  • Coordinate quarterly and annual financial and project reports
  • With Programme Manager and Community Outreach Manager, travel to sites for meetings with facilitators, stakeholder engagement, and site visits
  • Contribute to ALPS’s communications, including writing policy briefs, project reports or related communications outputs

Requirements:

  • Previous project officer experience preferred
  • A Master’s degree in International Relations, Security / Conflict Studies and/or related
  • A strong candidate with a mix of relevant experience and qualifications would be considered
  • An interest in xenophobia, refugee and migrant rights and community resilience
  • Preferred: experience in the nonprofit or development sector
  • Willingness to travel and take on tasks in our growing organisation as required
  • Must be based in Cape Town and able to work from our head office in Tokai

To apply, submit your CV and a brief motivation outlining your background, why you are interested in the role, and what experience you have in similar work to  [email protected]

Level of work: preferably 100% of time (full-time)

The Organisation will review CVs on a rolling basis.

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ALPS is a nonprofit based in Cape Town. We build resilient communities by implementing/managing education projects for the most vulnerable members of society.

Community resilience is a measure of the sustainability of the community to utilise available resources to respond to, withstand, and recover from adverse situations.

ALPS implements a wide range of resilience projects that focus on education and capacity building for the most marginalised members of the community. ALPS places particular importance on educating women of all ages. ALPS works with vulnerable communities to design custom interventions and education workshops. Components of the education workshops include but are not limited to:

  • English language

  • Health care

  • Legal advice

  • Educational opportunities

  • Social media

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0 USD Cape Town CF 3201 Abc road Full Time , 40 hours per week ALPS Resilience

ALPS Resilience is a rapidly growing nonprofit organisation, working in the violence prevention, community resilience field. ALPS currently has projects in South Africa, Mozambique, Tanzania, and a presence in Somalia.

ALPS Resilience seeks to appoint a Project Officer to be based in Cape Town.

Remuneration: will be commensurate with experience

Start date: 1 June or as soon as possible

Contract dates: 1 June to 31 December 2019 (with the option to extend)

Responsibilities:

  • Day-to-day management and administration of project
  • Ensure project is implemented timeously and according to the project objectives
  • Coordinate quarterly and annual financial and project reports
  • With Programme Manager and Community Outreach Manager, travel to sites for meetings with facilitators, stakeholder engagement, and site visits
  • Contribute to ALPS’s communications, including writing policy briefs, project reports or related communications outputs

Requirements:

  • Previous project officer experience preferred
  • A Master’s degree in International Relations, Security / Conflict Studies and/or related
  • A strong candidate with a mix of relevant experience and qualifications would be considered
  • An interest in xenophobia, refugee and migrant rights and community resilience
  • Preferred: experience in the nonprofit or development sector
  • Willingness to travel and take on tasks in our growing organisation as required
  • Must be based in Cape Town and able to work from our head office in Tokai

To apply, submit your CV and a brief motivation outlining your background, why you are interested in the role, and what experience you have in similar work to  [email protected]

Level of work: preferably 100% of time (full-time)

The Organisation will review CVs on a rolling basis.

2019-05-28

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