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Job Vacancies

Our people love a good challenge; they are leading experts in what they do, and add valuable experience and professionalism to Co-PLAN. They are young, energetic, come from diverse backgrounds, and reflect at best Co-PLAN’s values and work philosophy.

If you would like to be considered for a position in Co-PLAN, you can either check for opening posts on a regular basis under this section, or upload send your CV and a brief profile to co-plan@co-plan.org.

We look forward to hearing from you!

We’Are HIRING!

Financial Specialist

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • The Financial Specialist will work under the direction of the Head of Finance from whom she/he takes specific tasks.
  • General Accounting and Bookkeeping.
  • Ensure all financial transactions have the appropriate and required supporting document in compliance Albanian LAW, Co-PLAN policies and procedures, and donor terms and conditions.
  • Ensures accurate and complete accounting entries of all financial transactions on daily basis
  • Review completeness of supporting documents
  • Ensure timely preparation of disbursement of all payments to suppliers, partners, employees and thirds parties (including tax’s office; social security).
  • Prepare the month end and other organization reports according to agreed upon timelines
  • Ensure that all bank account balances maintained by the organization are properly reconciled with Book Balances.
  • Coordinate and support Finance manager during external and internal audit implementation 

Applications are accepted until February 12, 2021, 17:00h.

For more information: Financial Specialist Vacancy

 

Project Coordination Assistant 

Main Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Write, edit, and distribute content in both English and Albanian, including publications, press releases, website content, annual reports, speeches, and other content material that communicates the organization’s activities, products and/or services. 
  • Contribute to the organization and management of events such as conferences, workshops, roundtables, etc.; 
  • Conducting participatory processes as part of various projects with a strong community mobilisation/ participatory component. 
  • Organizing and conducting public meetings, hearing, consultations, etc.; 
  • Conducting research, assessments or surveys in aspects with a strong social component; 
  • Writing reports, policy briefs, or similar written documents. 
  • Conducting research on various topics, in full compliance with the Organisational Research Agenda; 
  • Assisting closely the Unit in the process of preparing project proposals, including: monitoring of publication of Calls for Project Proposals, writing a project proposal, and preparing the supporting documentation. 
  • Prepare monitoring reports; assessments; analyses; 

Applications are accepted until January 8, 2021, 17:00h. 

Extended: Applications are accepted until 05.02.2021

For more information: Project Coordination Assistant

 

Communications and Advocacy Assistant 

 Main Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Collaborate with management to develop and implement an effective communications strategy based on our target audience. 
  • Write, edit, and distribute content, including publications, press releases, website content, annual reports, speeches, and other content material that communicates the organization’s activities, products and/or services. 
  • Organization and management of events such as conferences, workshops, roundtables, etc.; 
  • Conducting participatory processes as part of various projects with a strong community mobilisation/ participatory component. 
  • Building and facilitation of relations with institutions, civil society organisations, communities, and interest groups; 
  • Seek opportunities to enhance the dissemination and outreach of the various content-based products, and coordinate publicity events as required. 
  • Maintain records of media coverage and collate analytics and metrics. 

Applications are accepted until January 8, 2021, 17:00h. 

Extended: Applications are accepted until 05.02.2021

For more information: Communications and Advocacy Assistant

 

Internships at Co-PLAN

Co-PLAN, Institute for Habitat and Development successfully collaborates with national and international students and experts from different backgrounds.

Co-PLAN accepts internship applications on a continual basis. To become an intern with us you need to be affiliated to a university programme or academic/development institution, and the internship should preferably be part of your PhD and post-doctoral studies and research. Your application should include (i) a relevant CV, (ii) a cover letter stating your specific interests and objectives and indicative time span of your involvement with us, (iii) a short research proposal describing specific activities intended during the internship, and (iv) a support letter, or documentation that shows the link between your application and relevant study area or research program, from your university or institution. Internships lasting 3-12 months are preferable, but we remain open to evaluating other suggestions. Pay for the duration of the internship is not a guarantee, and funding of research activities is subject to negotiations pertaining to mutual interests.

Before applying, we encourage applicants to consult Co-PLAN’s web-page and our activities in order to familiarize with our work.

Please direct your inquiries, or send your application, with the heading ‘Application for Internship’, to co-plan@co-plan.org.

We appreciate all applications and make a point of getting back as soon as possible.

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