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General ToRs per Project staff for grants monitoring field visits

Open Call for local staff!

General ToRs per Project staff for grants monitoring field visits

Project Description

ACT for SOCIETY Center, conjointly with Open Mind Spectrum Albania (OMSA), MasterPeace and Stichting art.1, announce the open call for Local Staff for - monitoring field visits in Tirana, as part of the Artivist Stafetë project, funded by the European Union IPA/2020/421-822.

The project is a creative and innovative alliance that empowers Albanian civil society organisations and young people in their path to change and create social awareness on human rights, diversity and gender equality through the arts. Artivist Stafëte aims to make a significant contribution to the understanding of youth of human rights and democratic EU principles, within Albania’s EU membership accession.

2. About us

ACT for SOCIETY Center is an Albanian non-governmental organization established in 2012. The mission is to enhance healthylifestyles and stimulate the sustainable development of society. It's work consistsof promoting culture,advocating for democracy and human rights issues, connecting youth, stimulating active participation in social life as well as in decision-making processes.

Open Mind Spectrum Albania (OMSA) is an Albanian non-governmental organization established in 2013 with the main focus of its work being community work and advocacy for the LGBTIQ+ communities of Albania. It aspires to co-create an inclusive society for all Albanians, regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, age, social statusand health status.

With an established presencein over 40 countries around the world, Dutch organization MasterPeace workswith three core activities, all of which aim towards a sustainable future with less conflict: 1) Mobilize, inspire and connect young local talents via music, art and play; 2) Organize dialogue and bring all local stakeholders together; 3) Create perspective through leadership trainings, capacity-building programs and starting up social enterprises.

Based in Amsterdam, Stichting art. 1 is dedicated to the visibilization and inclusion of minorities through the arts. By providing trainings in non-formal methodologies, the organisation seeks to provide tools and channels for sidelined voices to join mainstream narratives and democratic participation.

Job Description

Local project staff for - monitoring field visits

Part time job

Contract Duration 8.5 months


- Execution of the local applicants is to ensure the operations on the ground is taking place and make assignment and send it back to the project leader.

As Local project staff for - monitoring field visits, you are responsible for the monitoring of the grantees for the Artivist Stafetë Project.

Your tasks

· Knowledge on the monitoring field visits

  • Networking and strategic cooperation with partner organizations during the 9 cycles of the project all around Albania, including civil society, local government authorities, etc.

  • Knowledge management of organizing activities.

  • Traveling around Albania for the 9 cycles of the project.

  • Communication and coordination if and when needed with the other OMSA staff, ACT for SOCIETY center and Master Peace.

Your profile

  • University degree in social/political/cultural sciences or comparable professional qualifications, etc.

  • Few years of work experience in project management or/and EU projects.

  • Experience in project monitoring, management, activities organizing and management, team and personnel management.

  • Experience in projects of human rights in general, public awareness building, civil society, etc.

  • Knowledge and experience of conflict sensitive project management

  • Level of advisory skills, team orientation and intercultural sensitivity

  • The work will be in Albanian, also is preferred to speak English - but not obligatory.

  • Car driving license

How and when to apply?

To apply, you can send:

1. Motivation Letter

2. CV

And send it by email to:

The deadline for submission of applications is May 24th 2021!

Note: Only Shortlisted Applicants will be contacted.


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