International Medical Corps UK is a global humanitarian organization saving and rebuilding lives through health care, training and community development. International Medical Corps UK works alongside International Medical Corps Worldwide, responding to humanitarian emergencies and communities afflicted by conflict, poverty and natural disaster in more than 20 countries around the world.
International Medical Corps and International Medical Corps United Kingdom with headquarters in the United States and the United Kingdom respectively, work collaborate to maximize resources for the delivery of appropriate relief and development activities.
The Programme Team leads the International Medical Corps UK engagement with European institutional donors and UN Donors. The Team works closely with the Washington DC office and country field offices; coordinate proposal development, reporting and offers its management expertise on European grants.
To enable International Medical Corps UK and its affiliate to increase and improve its capacity in the field to develop proposals, secure funding and successfully implement humanitarian programmes. Specifically, the Programme Officer covers the following specific key result areas (duties and responsibilities):
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty with satisfactory results. Specifically, the successful candidate must have:
Means of Verification
Educated to degree level in a relevant subject to humanitarian and development work;
Good understanding and experience of UN Donors policies and regulations related to grants;
CV, interviews and presentation
Understanding of financial management processes, including excellent numeracy skills and proven ability to analyse budgets, project pipelines and financial reports;
International programme management experience preferably in a humanitarian context;
Commitment to be deployed at very short notice to respond to field or other international travel when required;
The ability to effectively analyse complex problems and suggest solution that would have positive impact on International Medical Corps UK needs;
Interviews and presentation
Skilled team player with excellent interpersonal, intercultural and communication skills, as well as confidence in working remotely in supporting country teams;
Skilled at multitasking and prioritising, working independently with minimal supervision; and
Self-motivated, positive attitude, flexible and adaptable: willing to work irregular hours in accordance with the needs of the role.