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Position:Youth and Organizational Development Component Coordinator

Type of Contract:Full-time, Fixed-term contract

Project:USAID Youth Grow Activity

Reports to:Youth and Organizational Development Component Lead

Period of Performance: One Year

Location: Jordan

 

BACKGROUND, SCOPE, AND METHODOLOGY:

Youth Grow Activity,  seeks to increase the meaningful participation of the youth of Jordan, aged 10 to 29, within their communities and in the economy by being co-partners and leaders themselves in making integral decisions about issues that affect them through a “learn-by-doing” approach, including in the decision-making process for the use of funds, that leads to increasingly empowered citizens over time through three objectives that closely align with USAID’s 2022 – 2030 Youth in Development Policy:

  1. Increase youth access to high-quality career planning information and livelihood opportunities.
  2. Strengthen youth leadership through targeted support of local youth-led and youth-serving organizations and partnerships with the private sector to promote youth participation as decision-makers and key contributors to individual, household, community, and national well-being; and
  3. Strengthen Government of Jordan (GOJ) systems, in partnership with youth, to provide more coordinated and effective services, practices, and policies that embody the principles of Positive Youth Development (PYD).

This activity is funded by USAID and implemented by a consortium that includes (Q2 Impact, Partners for Good (PfG), Abwaab, and Stichting SPARK (SPARK), where Q2 is the prime implementer and PfG is the prime local sub-awardee.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Youth and Organizational Development Component Coordinator will assist the Youth and Organizational Development Component Lead in the overall project management of the USAID Youth Grow Activity project, the Youth and Organizational Development Component Coordinator’s specific responsibilities will include the following activities:

  1. Program Development: Collaborating with project stakeholders to design, develop, and implement youth-focused programs and initiatives that align with project goals and objectives.
  2. Youth Engagement: Engaging with young people to understand their needs, aspirations, and challenges, and ensuring that project activities are tailored to address these.
  3. Capacity Building: Identifying capacity-building needs within youth and community organizations and developing training programs or workshops to enhance their skills and effectiveness.
  4. Monitoring and Evaluation: Establishing systems for monitoring and evaluating the impact of youth programs, ensuring that they meet project outcomes and contribute to the overall development of young participants.
  5. Partnership Building: Building and maintaining partnerships with local organizations, , and other stakeholders to create a supportive network for youth development.
  6. Reporting and Documentation: Maintaining detailed records of program activities and outcomes and preparing regular reports for project management and donors.
  7. Advocacy and Policy Engagement: Advocating for policies and practices that support youth development and education at the local, regional, and national levels.
  8. Youth Empowerment: Empowering youth through leadership development, mentorship, and opportunities for participation in decision-making processes.
  9. Community Outreach: Engaging with the wider community to raise awareness about the project’s goals and ensure that it aligns with community needs and priorities.
  10. Risk Management: Identifying potential risks and challenges in youth development projects and developing strategies to mitigate them.
  11. Mapping & Research: identifying & collecting detailed information about youth supporting & youth led organizations.
  12. Field Visits: 80% of coordinator time is in filed visits.
  13. Any other assignments provided by the Youth and Organizational Development Component Lead i.e. workshops, events’ preparation& management, etc.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor’s degree in business administration, entrepreneurship, social work, related field, or equivalent experience.
  • Previous experience in project coordination, preferably in youth-oriented programs or counseling projects.
  • Experience working in a non-profit organization.
  • Prior experience in entrepreneurship is a plus.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Excellent organizational and time management skills to handle multiple tasks and meet project deadlines.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills to engage effectively with youth and project stakeholders.
  • Proficiency in data management and basic data analysis.
  • Proficiency in English language
  • Strong writing (reports writing skills)
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team, demonstrating flexibility and adaptability.
  • Passion for youth development and a commitment to empowering young individuals in their career and educational pursuits.

Interested candidates may visit https://lnkd.in/dkPiCmm9 for full details and submit their CVs in English to the email address: info@pfg-jo.org, with the position’s name in the subject line no later than Sunday, November 5th, 2023

Position: Logistics Coordinator

Type of Contract: Full-time, Fixed-term contract

Project: USAID Youth Grow Activity

Reports to: Director of Finance and Administration

Period of Performance: One Year

Location: Jordan

 

BACKGROUND, SCOPE, AND METHODOLOGY:

Youth Grow Activity, seeks to increase the meaningful participation of the youth of Jordan, aged 15 to 29, within their communities and in the economy by being co-partners and leaders themselves in making integral decisions about issues that affect them through a “learn-by-doing” approach, including in the decision-making process for the use of funds, that leads to increasingly empowered citizens over time through three objectives that closely align with USAID’s 2022 – 2030 Youth in Development Policy:

  1. Increase youth access to high-quality career planning information and livelihood opportunities.
  2. Strengthen youth leadership through targeted support of local youth-led and youth-serving organizations and partnerships with the private sector to promote youth participation as decision-makers and key contributors to individual, household, community, and national well-being; and
  3. Strengthen Government of Jordan (GOJ) systems, in partnership with youth, to provide more coordinated and effective services, practices, and policies that embody the principles of Positive Youth Development (PYD).

This activity is funded by USAID and implemented by a consortium that includes (Q2 Impact, Partners for Good (PfG), Abwaab, and Stichting SPARK (SPARK), where Q2 is the prime implementer and PfG is the prime local sub-awardee.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Logistics Coordinator’s specific responsibilities will include the following:

  1. Scheduling and Coordination: Manage the scheduling of counseling sessions, workshops, and events, ensuring they are well-organized and run efficiently. Coordinate with counselors, participants, and relevant stakeholders to avoid conflicts and ensure smooth logistics.
  2. Venue and Equipment Management: Secure suitable venues for counseling sessions and workshops. Ensure that necessary equipment and materials are available and set up properly for each session.
  3. Transportation and Travel Arrangements: Coordinate transportation for counselors and participants, if required, especially for outreach events or off-site counseling sessions.
  4. Supply Management: Maintain an inventory of counseling materials and resources. Order and restock supplies as needed to support counseling activities.
  5. Data Management: Assist in data collection and record-keeping related to counseling sessions, participant attendance, and logistics. Support the team in maintaining accurate records for reporting and evaluation purposes.
  6. Communication: Facilitate communication between the counseling team, participants, and other project stakeholders to ensure everyone is informed about upcoming events and logistical arrangements.
  7. Budget Tracking: Work closely with the project management team to monitor and track logistics-related expenses and ensure adherence to the allocated budget.
  8. Event Support: Provide on-site support during counseling workshops and events, ensuring that all logistical arrangements are in place and troubleshooting any issues that may arise.
  9. Health and Safety Compliance: Ensure that counseling venues and activities comply with health and safety regulations to create a safe and secure environment for participants and staff.
  10. Continuous Improvement: Identify areas for improvement in logistical processes and suggest solutions to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of project operations.
  11. Any other assignments provided by the Director of Finance and Administration.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Logistics, or a related field.
  • Previous experience in logistics coordination, event management, or a similar role, preferably in youth-oriented programs or counseling projects.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills to handle multiple tasks and meet project deadlines.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to work collaboratively with the counseling team, participants, and stakeholders.
  • Detail-oriented with a focus on accuracy and quality of work.
  • Proficiency in data management and record-keeping.
  • Ability to adapt to changing project requirements and work in a dynamic environment.
  • Passion for youth development and a commitment to supporting young individuals in their career and educational journeys.

Duties and responsibilities are subject to change once the execution of the project starts.

Position: Systems Strengthening Component Lead

Type of Contract: Full-time, Fixed-term contract

Project: USAID Youth Grow Activity

Reports to: DCOP

Period of Performance: One Year

Location: Jordan

 

BACKGROUND, SCOPE, AND METHODOLOGY:

Youth Grow Activity, seeks to increase the meaningful participation of the youth of Jordan, aged 15 to 29, within their communities and in the economy by being co-partners and leaders themselves in making integral decisions about issues that affect them through a “learn-by-doing” approach, including in the decision-making process for the use of funds, that leads to increasingly empowered citizens over time through three objectives that closely align with USAID’s 2022 – 2030 Youth in Development Policy:

  1. Increase youth access to high-quality career planning information and livelihood opportunities.
  2. Strengthen youth leadership through targeted support of local youth-led and youth-serving organizations and partnerships with the private sector to promote youth participation as decision-makers and key contributors to individual, household, community, and national well-being; and
  3. Strengthen Government of Jordan (GOJ) systems, in partnership with youth, to provide more coordinated and effective services, practices, and policies that embody the principles of Positive Youth Development (PYD).

This activity is funded by USAID and implemented by a consortium that includes (Q2 Impact, Partners for Good (PfG), Abwaab, and Stichting SPARK (SPARK), where Q2 is the prime implementer and PfG is the prime local sub-awardee.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Systems Strengthening Component Lead will assist the DCOP in the overall project management of the USAID Youth Grow Activity project, the Systems Strengthening Component Lead’s specific responsibilities will include the following:

  1. Project Leadership: Provide overall leadership and direction to the Career and Education Counseling Project, setting clear goals, objectives, and strategies to achieve the project’s mission and vision.
  2. Team Management: Supervise and guide a team of counselors and support staff, ensuring they have the necessary resources, training, and support to deliver high-quality services to youth participants.
  3. Program Development: Collaborate with stakeholders to design and develop innovative and tailored career and education counseling programs to meet the diverse needs of the youth population.
  4. Counseling Oversight: Support counselors in handling complex cases, ensuring they use appropriate counseling techniques to assist youth in exploring career options, setting goals, and overcoming challenges.
  5. Monitoring and Evaluation: Implement a robust monitoring and evaluation framework to assess the project’s progress, effectiveness, and impact. Use data-driven insights to continuously improve project outcomes.
  6. Stakeholder Engagement: Build and maintain strong relationships with educational institutions, community organizations, and other stakeholders to enhance project outreach and effectiveness.
  7. Training and Capacity Building: Organize training sessions for counselors and support staff to enhance their counseling skills, professional development, and understanding of the latest career and education trends.
  8. Budget and Resource Management: Ensure efficient allocation and utilization of project resources, including budget, materials, and manpower, to maximize the project’s impact.
  9. Reporting and Documentation: Prepare comprehensive reports on project activities, achievements, and challenges, and present them to project management, funders, and other stakeholders.
  10. Ethical Standards: Ensure that all counseling services adhere to ethical guidelines and best practices, maintaining the confidentiality and well-being of youth participants.
  11. Innovation and Improvement: Continuously explore new approaches, tools, and technologies to enhance the project’s reach, engagement, and effectiveness.
  12. Any other assignments provided by the DCOP.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Counseling, Education, Psychology, Social Work, or a related field.
  • Proven experience in project leadership and management, particularly in youth-oriented counseling or education projects.
  • Strong leadership and team management skills with the ability to inspire and motivate others.
  • In-depth knowledge of career and education counseling principles and practices.
  • Understanding of the challenges faced by youth in their career decision-making process.
  • Excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills to engage effectively with youth and stakeholders.
  • Experience in monitoring and evaluation, data analysis, and reporting.
  • Ability to work in a dynamic environment, adapt to changing project requirements, and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Passion for youth development and a commitment to making a positive impact on their lives.

Duties and responsibilities are subject to change once the execution of the project starts.

Position: Systems Strengthening Component Coordinator

Type of Contract: Full-time, Fixed-term contract

Project: USAID Youth Grow Activity

Reports to: Component Lead

Period of Performance: One Year

Location: Jordan

 

BACKGROUND, SCOPE, AND METHODOLOGY:

Youth Grow Activity, seeks to increase the meaningful participation of the youth of Jordan, aged 15 to 29, within their communities and in the economy by being co-partners and leaders themselves in making integral decisions about issues that affect them through a “learn-by-doing” approach, including in the decision-making process for the use of funds, that leads to increasingly empowered citizens over time through three objectives that closely align with USAID’s 2022 – 2030 Youth in Development Policy:

  1. Increase youth access to high-quality career planning information and livelihood opportunities.
  2. Strengthen youth leadership through targeted support of local youth-led and youth-serving organizations and partnerships with the private sector to promote youth participation as decision-makers and key contributors to individual, household, community, and national well-being; and
  3. Strengthen Government of Jordan (GOJ) systems, in partnership with youth, to provide more coordinated and effective services, practices, and policies that embody the principles of Positive Youth Development (PYD).

This activity is funded by USAID and implemented by a consortium that includes (Q2 Impact, Partners for Good (PfG), Abwaab, and Stichting SPARK (SPARK), where Q2 is the prime implementer and PfG is the prime local sub-awardee.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Systems Strengthening Component Coordinator will assist the Component Lead in the overall project management of the USAID Youth Grow Activity project, the Systems Strengthening Component Coordinator’s specific responsibilities will include the following:

  1. Program Coordination: Assist in the planning, coordination, and implementation of career and education counseling programs targeted at youth. Collaborate with the project team to ensure that activities align with the project’s objectives and timeline.
  2. Resource Management: Oversee the allocation and utilization of resources, including budget, materials, and equipment, to support the smooth functioning of counseling sessions and workshops.
  3. Youth Engagement: Work closely with the counseling team to actively engage with youth participants, create a welcoming environment, and provide support throughout their counseling journey.
  4. Scheduling and Logistics: Manage the scheduling of counseling sessions, workshops, and events, ensuring they are well-organized and run efficiently. Coordinate logistical arrangements such as venue booking, transportation, and necessary equipment.
  5. Data Management: Maintain accurate records of counseling sessions, participant attendance, and program evaluations. Assist in data collection and analysis to track the project’s progress and impact.
  6. Communication and Outreach: Support communication efforts to promote the project among the target youth audience. Collaborate with the team to develop marketing materials, social media content, and outreach strategies to increase project visibility.
  7. Training Support: Assist in organizing training sessions for counselors and support staff, ensuring they receive the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively guide youth in their career and education decisions.
  8. Reporting: Contribute to the preparation of regular reports on project activities, outcomes, and challenges. Provide updates to project supervisors and stakeholders as required.
  9. Quality Assurance: Work closely with the counseling team to ensure counseling sessions follow ethical standards and best practices, maintaining a high level of service quality.
  10. Collaboration: Foster effective collaboration among team members and stakeholders to ensure a holistic approach to career and education counseling support for youth.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Counseling, Education, Psychology, Social Work, or a related field.
  • Previous experience in project coordination, preferably in youth-oriented programs or counseling projects.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills to handle multiple tasks and meet project deadlines.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills to engage effectively with youth and project stakeholders.
  • Knowledge of career and education counseling principles and practices.
  • Proficiency in data management and basic data analysis.
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team, demonstrating flexibility and adaptability.
  • Passion for youth development and a commitment to empowering young individuals in their career and educational pursuits.

Duties and responsibilities are subject to change once the execution of the project starts.

Position: Youth and Organizational Development Component Lead

Type of Contract: Full-time, Fixed-term contract

Project: USAID Youth Grow Activity

Reports to: DCOP

Period of Performance: One Year

Location: Jordan

 

BACKGROUND, SCOPE, AND METHODOLOGY:

Youth Grow Activity, seeks to increase the meaningful participation of the youth of Jordan, aged 15 to 29, within their communities and in the economy by being co-partners and leaders themselves in making integral decisions about issues that affect them through a “learn-by-doing” approach, including in the decision-making process for the use of funds, that leads to increasingly empowered citizens over time through three objectives that closely align with USAID’s 2022 – 2030 Youth in Development Policy:

  1. Increase youth access to high-quality career planning information and livelihood opportunities.
  2. Strengthen youth leadership through targeted support of local youth-led and youth-serving organizations and partnerships with the private sector to promote youth participation as decision-makers and key contributors to individual, household, community, and national well-being; and
  3. Strengthen Government of Jordan (GOJ) systems, in partnership with youth, to provide more coordinated and effective services, practices, and policies that embody the principles of Positive Youth Development (PYD).

This activity is funded by USAID and implemented by a consortium that includes (Q2 Impact, Partners for Good (PfG), Abwaab, and Stichting SPARK (SPARK), where Q2 is the prime implementer and PfG is the prime local sub-awardee.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Youth and Organizational Development Component Lead will assist the DCOP in the overall project management of the USAID Youth Grow Activity project, the Youth and Organizational Development Component Lead’s specific responsibilities will include the following:

  1. Project Leadership: Provide overall leadership and direction to the Career and Education Counseling Project, setting clear goals, objectives, and strategies to achieve the project’s mission and vision.
  2. Team Management: Supervise and guide a team of counselors and support staff, ensuring they have the necessary resources, training, and support to deliver high-quality services to youth participants.
  3. Program Development: Collaborate with stakeholders to design and develop innovative and tailored career and education counseling programs to meet the diverse needs of the youth population.
  4. Counseling Oversight: Support counselors in handling complex cases, ensuring they use appropriate counseling techniques to assist youth in exploring career options, setting goals, and overcoming challenges.
  5. Monitoring and Evaluation: Implement a robust monitoring and evaluation framework to assess the project’s progress, effectiveness, and impact. Use data-driven insights to continuously improve project outcomes.
  6. Stakeholder Engagement: Build and maintain strong relationships with educational institutions, community organizations, and other stakeholders to enhance project outreach and effectiveness.
  7. Training and Capacity Building: Organize training sessions for counselors and support staff to enhance their counseling skills, professional development, and understanding of the latest career and education trends.
  8. Budget and Resource Management: Ensure efficient allocation and utilization of project resources, including budget, materials, and manpower, to maximize the project’s impact.
  9. Reporting and Documentation: Prepare comprehensive reports on project activities, achievements, and challenges, and present them to project management, funders, and other stakeholders.
  10. Ethical Standards: Ensure that all counseling services adhere to ethical guidelines and best practices, maintaining the confidentiality and well-being of youth participants.
  11. Innovation and Improvement: Continuously explore new approaches, tools, and technologies to enhance the project’s reach, engagement, and effectiveness.
  12. Any other assignments provided by the DCOP.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Counseling, Education, Psychology, Social Work, or a related field.
  • Proven experience in project leadership and management, particularly in youth-oriented counseling or education projects.
  • Strong leadership and team management skills with the ability to inspire and motivate others.
  • In-depth knowledge of career and education counseling principles and practices.
  • Understanding of the challenges faced by youth in their career decision-making process.
  • Excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills to engage effectively with youth and stakeholders.
  • Experience in monitoring and evaluation, data analysis, and reporting.
  • Ability to work in a dynamic environment, adapt to changing project requirements, and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Passion for youth development and a commitment to making a positive impact on their lives.

Duties and responsibilities are subject to change once the execution of the project starts.

Position: Career and Education Counseling Component Coordinator

Type of Contract: Full-time, Fixed-term contract

Project: USAID Youth Grow Activity

Reports to: Component Lead

Period of Performance: One Year

Location: Jordan

 

BACKGROUND, SCOPE, AND METHODOLOGY:

Youth Grow Activity, seeks to increase the meaningful participation of the youth of Jordan, aged 15 to 29, within their communities and in the economy by being co-partners and leaders themselves in making integral decisions about issues that affect them through a “learn-by-doing” approach, including in the decision-making process for the use of funds, that leads to increasingly empowered citizens over time through three objectives that closely align with USAID’s 2022 – 2030 Youth in Development Policy:

  1. Increase youth access to high-quality career planning information and livelihood opportunities.
  2. Strengthen youth leadership through targeted support of local youth-led and youth-serving organizations and partnerships with the private sector to promote youth participation as decision-makers and key contributors to individual, household, community, and national well-being; and
  3. Strengthen Government of Jordan (GOJ) systems, in partnership with youth, to provide more coordinated and effective services, practices, and policies that embody the principles of Positive Youth Development (PYD).

This activity is funded by USAID and implemented by a consortium that includes (Q2 Impact, Partners for Good (PfG), Abwaab, and Stichting SPARK (SPARK), where Q2 is the prime implementer and PfG is the prime local sub-awardee.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Career and Education Counseling Component Coordinator will assist the Component Lead in the overall project management of the USAID Youth Grow Activity project, the Career and Education Counseling Component Coordinator’s specific responsibilities will include the following:

  1. Program Coordination: Assist in the planning, coordination, and implementation of career and education counseling programs targeted at youth. Collaborate with the project team to ensure that activities align with the project’s objectives and timeline.
  2. Resource Management: Oversee the allocation and utilization of resources, including budget, materials, and equipment, to support the smooth functioning of counseling sessions and workshops.
  3. Youth Engagement: Work closely with the counseling team to actively engage with youth participants, create a welcoming environment, and provide support throughout their counseling journey.
  4. Scheduling and Logistics: Manage the scheduling of counseling sessions, workshops, and events, ensuring they are well-organized and run efficiently. Coordinate logistical arrangements such as venue booking, transportation, and necessary equipment.
  5. Data Management: Maintain accurate records of counseling sessions, participant attendance, and program evaluations. Assist in data collection and analysis to track the project’s progress and impact.
  6. Communication and Outreach: Support communication efforts to promote the project among the target youth audience. Collaborate with the team to develop marketing materials, social media content, and outreach strategies to increase project visibility.
  7. Training Support: Assist in organizing training sessions for counselors and support staff, ensuring they receive the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively guide youth in their career and education decisions.
  8. Reporting: Contribute to the preparation of regular reports on project activities, outcomes, and challenges. Provide updates to project supervisors and stakeholders as required.
  9. Quality Assurance: Work closely with the counseling team to ensure counseling sessions follow ethical standards and best practices, maintaining a high level of service quality.
  10. Collaboration: Foster effective collaboration among team members and stakeholders to ensure a holistic approach to career and education counseling support for youth.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Counseling, Education, Psychology, Social Work, or a related field.
  • Previous experience in project coordination, preferably in youth-oriented programs or counseling projects.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills to handle multiple tasks and meet project deadlines.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills to engage effectively with youth and project stakeholders.
  • Knowledge of career and education counseling principles and practices.
  • Proficiency in data management and basic data analysis.
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team, demonstrating flexibility and adaptability.
  • Passion for youth development and a commitment to empowering young individuals in their career and educational pursuits.

Duties and responsibilities are subject to change once the execution of the project starts.

Position: Administrative Assistant

Type of Contract: Full-time, Fixed-term contract

Project: USAID Youth Grow Activity Reports to:

TBD Period of Performance: One Year

Location: Jordan

 

BACKGROUND, SCOPE, AND METHODOLOGY:

Youth Grow Activity, seeks to increase the meaningful participation of the youth of Jordan, aged 15 to 29, within their communities and in the economy by being co-partners and leaders themselves in making integral decisions about issues that affect them through a “learn-by-doing” approach, including in the decision-making process for the use of funds, that leads to increasingly empowered citizens over time through three objectives that closely align with USAID’s 2022 – 2030 Youth in Development Policy:

  1. Increase youth access to high-quality career planning information and livelihood opportunities.
  2. Strengthen youth leadership through targeted support of local youth-led and youth-serving organizations and partnerships with the private sector to promote youth participation as decision-makers and key contributors to individual, household, community, and national well-being; and
  3. Strengthen Government of Jordan (GOJ) systems, in partnership with youth, to provide more coordinated and effective services, practices, and policies that embody the principles of Positive Youth Development (PYD).

This activity is funded by USAID and implemented by a consortium that includes (Q2 Impact, Partners for Good (PfG), Abwaab, and Stichting SPARK (SPARK), where Q2 is the prime implementer and PfG is the prime local sub-awardee.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Administrative Assistant’s specific responsibilities will include the following:

  1. Office Management: Maintain the project’s administrative office, ensuring it is organized and equipped with the necessary supplies, materials, and resources.
  2. Scheduling and Calendar Management: Assist in scheduling counseling sessions, workshops, and events, coordinating with counselors, participants, and other stakeholders to manage appointments effectively.
  3. Data Entry and Record Keeping: Accurately input data from counseling sessions and participant information into the project database. Maintain organized records and files for easy retrieval.
  4. Communication Support: Respond to emails, phone calls, and inquiries related to the project. Facilitate communication between the counseling team, participants, and external partners.
  5. Participant Enrollment: Assist in the enrollment and registration process for youth participants interested in counseling services, ensuring all necessary forms and documents are completed.
  6. Document Preparation: Assist in preparing documents, reports, and presentations for internal and external use.
  7. Budget Tracking: Assist the project management team in monitoring and tracking project-related expenses to ensure adherence to the allocated budget.
  8. Event Coordination: Support the logistics for counseling workshops, seminars, and other events, including venue booking, catering arrangements, and participant communications.
  9. Data Management: Assist in data collection and maintain accurate records of counseling sessions, participant attendance, and evaluations.
  10. Administrative Support: Provide general administrative support to the project team, including scheduling meetings, taking meeting minutes, and managing project-related documentation.
  11. Health and Safety Compliance: Ensure that counseling venues and activities comply with health and safety regulations to create a safe environment for participants and staff.
  12. Any other assignments provided by TBD.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • High school diploma or equivalent. Some college education or relevant certifications are a plus.
  • Previous experience in an administrative or office support role, preferably in a nonprofit or youth-oriented organization.
  • Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and basic computer skills.
  • Excellent organizational and time management abilities to handle multiple tasks and meet deadlines.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills to interact effectively with team members and youth participants.
  • Attention to detail and accuracy in data entry and record-keeping.
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team, demonstrating flexibility and adaptability.
  • Passion for youth development and a commitment to supporting young individuals in their career and educational journeys.

Duties and responsibilities are subject to change once the execution of the project starts.

Position: Accountant & Procurement Officer

Type of Contract: Full-time, Fixed-term contract

Project: USAID Youth Grow Activity

Reports to: Director of Finance and Administration

Period of Performance: One Year

Location: Jordan

 

BACKGROUND, SCOPE, AND METHODOLOGY:

Youth Grow Activity, seeks to increase the meaningful participation of the youth of Jordan, aged 15 to 29, within their communities and in the economy by being co-partners and leaders themselves in making integral decisions about issues that affect them through a “learn-by-doing” approach, including in the decision-making process for the use of funds, that leads to increasingly empowered citizens over time through three objectives that closely align with USAID’s 2022 – 2030 Youth in Development Policy:

  1. Increase youth access to high-quality career planning information and livelihood opportunities.
  2. Strengthen youth leadership through targeted support of local youth-led and youth-serving organizations and partnerships with the private sector to promote youth participation as decision-makers and key contributors to individual, household, community, and national well-being; and
  3. Strengthen Government of Jordan (GOJ) systems, in partnership with youth, to provide more coordinated and effective services, practices, and policies that embody the principles of Positive Youth Development (PYD).

This activity is funded by USAID and implemented by a consortium that includes (Q2 Impact, Partners for Good (PfG), Abwaab, and Stichting SPARK (SPARK), where Q2 is the prime implementer and PfG is the prime local sub-awardee.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Accountant & Procurement Officer will support the overall financial management of the USAID Youth Grow Activity project, the Accountant & Procurement Officer’s specific responsibilities will include the following:

  1. Oversee and manage daily program-wide accounting and finance functions including timely recording of transactions, cash management, banking, payroll, inventory, receivables, and payables.
  2. Supervision of Petty Cash funds and weekly reports for reimbursement.
  3. Manage petty cash and perform monthly cash reconciliation.
  4. Ensure cash advances are monitored and cleared on a timely basis.
  5. Prepare a cheque.
  6. Supervision preparing the Receipt Voucher.
  7. Issue receipts for all money received by cash, or cheque.
  8. Ensure all accounting records and supporting documentation for all financial transactions are maintained in a systematic order.
  9. Maintain the quality of the documentation by copying, scanning, and filing.
  10. Ensure compliance with project procedures and guidelines.
  11. Verify the completeness and accuracy of all accounting documents.
  12. Assists project team and support staff in creating clear and understandable purchase requests (PR) and other documentation.
  13. Receive the goods as per the description on the purchase order/request.
  14. Inspects goods upon delivery and rejects inadequate, broken, lower quality, and other items not meeting the requirements of the order.
  15. Manage bank transfers and link with banks on cash issues.
  16. Collect bank statements and perform bank reconciliations.
  17. Supervision for the daily coordination of project procurement and administrative activities;
  18. Supervision of project procurement policies and formats are properly used.
  19. Supervision Comparing and evaluating offers from suppliers.
  20. Follow up on the project budget and extract reports from a system for senior management on demand.
  21. Overseeing the year-end procedure and ensuring that all financial returns are completed accurately and to the required timescale.
  22. Coordinate during the internal and external audit
  23. Following up with the component lead on all related budget expenses VS activities and reallocations with the component lead as required.
  24. Prepare and organize financial statements for record and review.
  25. Assist in developing annual fiscal year budgets together with the Director of Finance and Administration.
  26. Train and supervise finance staff in the company.
  27. Work with team members to complete duties as needed.
  28. Ensure maintaining high confidentiality of information, to date documents, including processes and verification.
  29. Any other assignments provided by the Director of Finance and Administration.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, or any related field.
  • Experience with computerized accounting systems such as (QuickBooks).
  • Solid budget management experience.
  • Strong financial analytical skills.
  • Good Command of English.
  • Knowledge of labor law, and tax policies in Jordan.
  • Ability to maintain an accurate and transparent data system.
  • Advanced knowledge of spreadsheets mainly Excel.
  • Experience in accounting procedures of international donors (desirable).
  • Experience in the development, implementation, and monitoring of finance and administrative systems and procedures (desirable).
  • Excellent analytical, and planning skills and attention to detail.

Duties and responsibilities are subject to change once the execution of the project starts.

Scope of Work/Sr. Financial Officer

Report to:Chief Finance Officer
Type of Contract: Employment 
Project : Partners for Good
Period of Performance: 1 Year
Location: Jordan
End Date: May, 11, 2023
Status: Open

 

BACKGROUND, SCOPE, AND METHODOLOGY:

Partners for Good is a Jordanian NGO bearing its roots in accumulative twenty years of implementing development and international cooperation programs in Jordan targeting women and youth positive development, economic empowerment, governance, local planning, entrepreneurship, and community engagement. Partners for Good is a not-for-profit subsidiary of Global Communities and currently has an official presence in Jordan and Netherlands, with programs implemented in Yemen and Sri Lanka.

Partners for Good is expanding both locally and internationally and is diversifying its partnerships and coalitions to help achieve its mandate, mission, and vision. The Sr. Financial Officer will develop and nurture relationships within the organization, members of the media, and the public. These professionals rely on exceptional writing and public speaking skills to represent their company across various media platforms. The Sr. Financial Officer’s specific responsibilities will include the following:

ROLES and RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Oversee and manage daily program-wide accounting and finance functions including timely recording of transactions, cash management, banking, payroll, inventory, receivables, and payables.
  • Supervision of Petty Cash funds and weekly reports for reimbursement.
  • Manage petty cash and perform monthly cash reconciliation.
  • Ensure cash advances are monitored and cleared on a timely basis.
  • Prepare cheque.
  • Supervision preparing the Receipt Voucher.
  • Issue receipts for all money received by cash, or cheque.
  • Ensure all accounting records and supporting documentation for all financial transactions are maintained in a systematic order.
  • Maintain the quality of the documentation by copying, scanning, and filing.
  • Ensure compliance with PfG procedures and guidelines.
  • Verify the completeness and accuracy of all accounting documents.
  • Assists PfG team and support staff in creating clear and understandable purchase requests (PR) and other documentation.
  • Receive the goods as per the description on the purchase order/request.
  • Inspects goods upon delivery and rejects inadequate, broken, lower quality, and other items not meeting the requirements of the order.
  • Manage bank transfers and link with banks on cash issues.
  • Collect bank statements and perform bank reconciliations.
  • Supervision for the daily coordination of PfG procurement and administrative activities;
  • Supervision of PfG procurement policies and formats are properly used.
  • Supervision Comparing and evaluating offers from suppliers.
  • Follow up on project budget and extract reports from a system for senior management on demand.
  • Overseeing the year-end procedure, and ensuring that all financial returns are completed accurately and to the required timescale.
  • Coordinate during the internal and external audit
  • Following up with the project manager on all related budget expenses VS activities and reallocations with the PM as required.
  • Prepare and organize financial statements for record and review
  • Assist in developing annual fiscal year budgets together with the Chief Finance Officer.
  • Train and supervise finance staff in the company.
  • Work with team members to complete duties as needed
  • Ensure maintaining high confidentiality of information, up to date documents, including processes and verification.
  • Any other assignments provided by the Chief Finance Officer.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • 5 years’ experience in a related field.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, or any related field.
  • Experience with computerized accounting systems such as (QuickBooks).
  • Solid budget management experience.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Experience of working in a multi-disciplinary team.
  • Strong financial analytical skills.
  • Good Command of English.
  • Knowledge of labour law, and tax policies in Jordan.
  • Ability to maintain an accurate and transparent data system.
  • Advanced knowledge of spreadsheets mainly Excel.
  • Experience in accounting procedures of international donors (desirable).
  • Experience in the development, implementation, and monitoring of finance and administrative systems and procedures (desirable).
  • Strong communication skills, written and verbal.
  • Excellent analytical, and planning skills and attention to detail.
  • Good IT skills (primarily familiarity with Microsoft Office programmers – Word, PowerPoint, Outlook).

REPORTING:

The Chief Finance Officer will be the direct supervisor for this position.

If you are interested in this position, please send us your CV and a cover letter to hr@pfg-jo.org

Scope of Work/Copywriter

Report to: Innovation & Strategic Project Director
Type of Contract: Short-Term Consultant
LoE: 10 Days
Project : Partners for Good
Period of Performance: 40 Days
Location: Jordan
End Date: January, 24, 2022
Status: Closed

 

SCOPE OF WORK

The Arabic copywriter will be responsible to provide the following tasks as per the guidance of the Communications consultant and the Innovation & Strategic Projects Director:

  • Writing high quality content serving a wide range of informative materials that relates to different projects and activities.
  • Review existing content in order to assess and re-write as needed, following the writing style and guidelines of the organization.
  • Provide success stories.
  • Edit and proof work to ensure high writing standards are met across all requested deliverables.
  • Collaborate with the communications consultant and the communications officer to assess needs and help with key messaging.
  • Create a style manual that identifies the followed Arabic styles determined by the organization, in order to maintain consistency among all publications.
  • Assist in finalizing the Arabic version of the annual report with providing 9 authentic stories as recommended by the programs Director

EXPERIENCE:

  • Degree in related field.
  • At least 5 years’ extensive practical experience in copywriter, editing.
  • A strong portfolio of editors, copywriters.
  • Experience in working similar job with donors, USAID projects preferable.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Strategic Planning
  • Excellent presentation and facilitation skills.
  • Excellent decision making skills.
  • Self-motivated and able to follow through to end of assignments while meeting goals and deadlines.
  • Fluency in English and Arabic, written and oral.
  • Proficiency with MS Office applications including Word, Excel, Outlook.
  • Accuracy, attention to detail.
  • Ability to read and interpret documents.

For more details, please click here to download the SOW in PDF format.

Scope of Work/Training: Production of “Internship Digital Manual” & “Internship Videos”

Report to: Institutionalization & Sustainability Senior Specialist
Type of Contract: Short-Term Consultant
LoE: 21 Days
Project : USAID Youth Power
Period of Performance: January 10th,2022 – February 5th, 2022
Location: Jordan
End Date: January, 12, 2022
Status: Closed

 

SCOPE OF WORK

The Digital Internship Manual videos aims at transforming the previously developed manual (document) into online digital forms that captures the steps towards engaging youth in the program, processes, methodologies, functions and forms as a guidance tools. These videos shall reflect the steps through graphics, images and voice over. The videos fall under sustainability and institutionalization legacy tools post project closeout, that will be featured on Shabab.jo and other training platforms by February 2022.

The Digital Internship Videos aims at highlighting and capturing internship program journey as one of growth and development of the youth engagement in the program. It will cover experiences from the host organizations’ perspective as well as experience from the interns point of view. It will also serve as a legacy tool and will be uploaded online along with the manual & the digital internship manual. Capturing and documenting the journey and experiences gained throughout managing and running this program is key to this activity. Documenting success models and good practices in order of other interested entities and the community of practice to benefit from our experience and build on the videos will serve as sustainability and legacy tools after the end of the project. Thus, PFG would like to contract a professional producer\company to develop the videos related on the internship program.

 

For more details, please click here to download the SOW in PDF format.

End Date: Expired 2020
Status: Closed

Partners for Good is implementing a carefully designed and evolving process that strengthens the capacity of local communities towards a community-based development process. The process was called PACE (Participatory Action for Community Enhancement), was designed in the 1990s and amended with time promote participation, accountability, transparency, ownership, and empowerment of citizen groups. PfG is updating its roster of experts on PACE and community engagement. Profile and previous of candidate must demonstrate the following essential requirement:

  • Proven working experience in implementing Community engagement methodology, and PACE in specific
  • Previous working experience in training of community engagement communities or equivalent
  • Demonstrated experience in supporting local communities in building consensus and prioritization of needs
  • Preferable: Proven working experience in conflict of post conflict areas and communities

Ability to develop reports in Arabic and English is a must

Interested applicants should send an Expression of Interest by Tuesday, January 28th.2020 to info@pfg-jo.org including a cover letter, a resume, and list of areas/ locations of work. Sample work and references will be requested after the shortlisting phase.

End Date: Expired 2020
Status: Closed

Partners for Good is looking for an expert with demonstrated experience in designing interventions aimed at sustainable agricultural practices. Profile and previous experience of candidate must demonstrate the following essential requirement:

  • Extensive knowledge of the agricultural sector in Jordan: key players, demographics, challenges and development needs
  • Previous work with: agricultural technical institutions, vocational, higher and secondary education in Jordan
  • Demonstrated experience in designing theory of change within the framework of sustainable development interventions and interdisciplinary partnerships
  • Demonstrated understanding of technical challenges, skills gaps and market challenges faced by farmers in Jordan
  • Preferable: Proven previous knowledge and experience in water management issues, food security, labor realities, educational challenges and up-to-date techniques and technologies in the agricultural sector in Jordan
  • Experience in writing proposals and assisting in budgets is a must

Interested applicants should send an Expression of Interest by Monday, January, 20th, 2020 to info@pfg-jo.org including: a cover letter, a resume and references. Samples of previous work, would be requested from shortlisted candidates at a later stage.

الفرص

Required Services Includes Stationary and Office Supplies

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Wednesday 03/04/2024

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contact a supplier to provide stationary and office supplies.

Youth Space Implementation and Design

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Thursday February 20, 2024

Status: Closed

The Youth Grow Activity (YGA) is a USAID-funded project implemented by Q2 Impact and partners. The project is seeking highly qualified consultant(s) to provide comprehensive insight into the provision of supplying and understanding the Youth Empowerment Services (YES) Model. The goal is to adapt this model to the Jordanian context within the Ministry of Youth’s Youth Centers.

Partners for Good (PfG) is seeking proposals from qualified firms to undertake the design and implementation of a Youth Space as part of the Youth Grow Activity project.

The Youth Grow Activity (YGA) – Consultancy Services

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Thursday March 07, 2024

Status: Closed

The Youth Grow Activity (YGA) is a USAID-funded project implemented by Q2 Impact and partners. The project is seeking highly qualified consultant(s) to provide comprehensive insight into the provision of supplying and understanding the Youth Empowerment Services (YES) Model. The goal is to adapt this model to the Jordanian context within the Ministry of Youth’s Youth Centers.

Interested consultant(s) should submit their proposals, in hard copy or electronic format, no later than Thursday, March 7, 2024, at 4:00 PM, and in accordance with the language of the solicitation to the address specified in the RFP or via email to: yga_procurement@pfg-jo.org.

Should you have any questions or inquiries, Entiqal for Training, doing business as “Partners for Good,” will receive your questions via: yga_procurement@pfg-jo.org no later than Thursday, February 29, 2024, till 12:00 PM.

Scope of Work Required Required Services Includes Travel Management Services

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Tuesday  20/02/2024

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contact a travel agency to provide travel management services.

Scope of Work Required Services Includes Moderating “ Lessons Learned” Session Under Youth- Jo: Level Up! Project.

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: November 21, 2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract an Event Moderator to moderate “ lessons learned” session under Youth- Jo: Level Up! project.

Scope of Work Required Services Include Providing Post-Harvest Technical Training Under Youth- Jo: Level Up! Project.

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Wednesday 01/11/2023

Status: Open

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to training providers to deliver Post-harvest vocational training under Youth- Jo: Level Up! project.

Please download the RFP (FY24-004) Vocational Training for Post-Harvest for further information.

Scope of Work Required Services Include Providing Staff Health Insurance Package.

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Tuesday 26/09/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a health insurance firm to provide staff health insurance package.

Scope of Work Required Services Include Providing Backup Hardware and Cloud Solutions.

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Monday September 25, 2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a specialized company to provide backup hardware and cloud solutions.

Scope of Work Required Support Local Community Based Tourism Experiences

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Tuesday September 12th, 2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) is seeking to contract  technical training providers to provide training and support linkages and employment  to support local community based tourism experiences under Youth-Jo:Level Up! project.

Scope of Work includes creating and managing Social Media platforms for project’s components under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS) project.

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Sunday 02/04/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a marketing and Social Media agency to create and manage Social Media accounts for project’s components under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS) project.

Scope of Work includes providing and delivering capacity building program on Mosaic Art in Madaba under Youth: Jo Level Up project.

Location: Madaba, Jordan

End Date: Monday 07/08/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a professional entity/consultant to provide and deliver capacity building program on Mosaic Art in Madaba under Youth :Jo Level Up project.

Scope of Work includes providing content writing, editing,  proofreading and translation services.

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Tuesday 06/06/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a creative professional to provide content writing, editing,  proofreading and translation services.

Scope of Work includes providing translation&  proofreading services.

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Tuesday 06/06/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a professional company to provide translation & proofreading services.

Scope of Work includes providing and delivering capacity building technical training program on Housekeeping in the tourism industry under Youth: Jo Level Up project.

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Monday 08/05/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a professional entity to provide and deliver capacity building technical training program on Housekeeping in the tourism industry under Youth: Jo Level Up.

Scope of Work includes designing and installing signage in Ma’an and Southern Shouneh under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS)

Location: Ma’an and Southern Shouneh, Jordan

End Date: Wednesday 03/05/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a company to design and install signage in Southern Shouneh and Ma’an under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS).

Scope of Work includes developing job interview and online work readiness training models under Youth: Jo Level Up.

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Thursday 04/05/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a consultant to develop training models on job interviews and online work readiness under Youth :Jo Level Up.

Scope of Work includes delivering Community- Based Tourism upskilling training under Youth: Jo Level Up

Location: Jordan

End Date: Wednesday 10/05/2023

Status: Open Services

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a professional entity to deliver Community -Based Tourism upskilling training under Youth :Jo Level Up.

For more details, please download the RFP.

Scope of Work includes furniture for Ma’an trail/ Al Basateen Al Shamyyeh under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS)

Location: Ma’an, Jordan

End Date: Wednesday 12/04/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a company to provide furniture for Ma’an trail /Al Basateen Al Shamyyeh under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS).

Scope of Work includes supplying, designing and installing a Bedouin tent in Al Jafer- Ma’an under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS).

Location: Ma’an, Jordan

End Date: Tuesday 04/04/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a company specialized in designing and installing a Bedouin tent in Al Jafer- Ma’an under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS).

Scope of Work includes creating and managing Social Media platforms for project’s components under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS) project.

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Sunday 02/04/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a marketing and Social Media agency to create and manage Social Media accounts for project’s components under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS) project.

Scope of Work includes designing and delivering Entrepreneurship Upskilling Program under Youth- Jo Level: Up! project

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Tuesday 13/04/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a professional entity/consultant to design and deliver Entrepreneurship Upskilling Program under Youth- Jo Level: Up! project.

Scope of Work includes designing and delivering permaculture course in Southern Shouneh under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS)

Location: Southern Shouneh, Jordan

End Date: Sunday 02/04/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a training company to design and deliver permaculture course in Southern Shouneh under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS).

Scope of Work includes providing adventure tourism training in Ma’an under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS)

Location: Ma’an, Jordan

End Date: Monday 1o/04/2023 at 04:00PM

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a marketing and media agency to promote for adventure and community tourism under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS).

Scope of Work includes promoting for adventure and community tourism components on Social Media under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS)

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Tuesday 06/04/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a marketing and media agency to promote for adventure and community tourism under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS).

Scope of Work includes conduct interviews and develop work readiness online modules under Youth- Jo Level: Up! project.

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Tuesday 28/03/2023 at 04:00PM

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a professional entity/consultant to conduct interviews and develop work readiness online modules under Youth- Jo Level: Up! project.

Scope of Work includes providing water pump for Ma’an Trail under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development project (SHAMS).

Location: Ma’an, Jordan

End Date: Thursday 09/03/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a company to provide water pump for Ma’an Trail under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development project (SHAMS).

Scope of Work includes developing and revising financial literacy training curriculum for youth under Youth- Jo Level: Up! project.

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Monday 06/03/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a professional entity/consultant to develop and revise financial literacy training curriculum for youth under Youth- Jo Level: Up! project.

Scope of Work Includes providing training on permaculture in Ma’an under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development project (SHAMS).

Location: Shouneh, Jordan

End Date: Monday 06/03/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract an expert in permaculture to provide trainings in Ma’an under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development project (SHAMS).

Scope of Work Includes facilitating for farmers and value chain under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development project (SHAMS).

Location: Shouneh, Jordan

End Date: Monday 06/03/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract facilitators to link between farmers and value chain under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development project (SHAMS).

Scope of Work Providing Office Supplies and Stationary

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Tuesday 28/02/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a company to supply offices stationary.

Scope of Work Includes Designing and Developing Partners for Good (PfG) Website.

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Sunday 19/02/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a company to design and develop PfG website with experience in creative web development.

Scope of work includes providing agricultural expertise in landscaping under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS) project.

Location: Ma’an, Jordan

End Date: Tuesday 31/01/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract an agricultural engineer specializing in landscaping under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS) project.

Scope of work includes providing a portable restroom Al Ali Camp in Ma’an governorate under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS) project.

Location: Ma’an, Jordan

End Date: Tuesday 31/01/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a company to provide a portable restroom Al Ali Camp in Ma’an governorate under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS) project.

Scope of work includes providing expertise in herbs under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS) project.

Location: Jordan

End Date: Wednesday 25/01/2023

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract an expert to provide expertise in herbs under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS) project.

Scope of work includes delivering Community – Based Tourism upskilling training in Al Balqaa Governorate under Youth: Jo Level Up Non-Traditional Tourism component.

Location: Jordan

End Date: Thursday January 5th, 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a professional entity to deliver Community -Based Tourism upskilling training in Al Balqaa Governorate under Youth :Jo Level Up Non-Traditional Tourism component.

Scope of work includes providing a greenhouse for compost production at Southern Shouneh under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS) project.

Location: Southern Shouneh, Jordan

End Date: Thursday 8 December 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a company to provide a greenhouse for compost production at Southern Shouneh under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS) project.

Scope of work includes producing 10 episodes for a youth show to be published on social media platforms.

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Sunday 27 November 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a Media Agency to produce 10 episodes for a youth show to be published on social media platforms.

Scope of work includes providing Wood Chipper Shredder Machine to be used under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS) project

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Tuesday, 15 November 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a company to provide Wood Chipper Shredder Machine to be used under the Local Partnership for Tourism Development (SHAMS) project.

Scope of work includes construction work Ma`an Governorate –Albasteen Alshamyah

Location: Ma’an, Jordan

End Date: Thursday, 6 October 2022 at 4:00PM

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a specialist construction work in Ma`an Governorate –Albasteen Alshamyah.

Scope of work includes designing and delivering an Entrepreneurship Upskilling program

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Tuesday, 27 September 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a professional consultant/training provider to develop and deliver an Entrepreneurship upskilling program under the youth Jo Level Up project.

Scope of work includes delivering unique designs for the Local Partnership for Tourism Development “SHAMS” project components..

Location: Amman, Jordan

End Date: Thursday, 08 September 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a creative Graphic Designer to deliver unique designs for the Local Partnership for Tourism Development “SHAMS” project components.

Scope of work includes provide engineering consultancy and supervision services for Ma’an Restoration

Location: Ma’an, Jordan

End Date: Sunday 04 September 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a Civil Engineer/ Architecture to provide consultancy and supervision services for Ma’an Restoration.

Scope of work includes provide training material and training sessions for youth in Ma’an.

Location: Southern Shouneh, Jordan

End Date: Tuesday 20 September 2022

Status: Open Services

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a specialist to provide training material and training sessions for youth in Ma’an.

For more information, please download the following file Download RFP

Scope of work includes online marketing for Shouneh and Brri Products.

Location: Southern Shouneh, Jordan

End Date: Monday, September 12th , 2022 at 4:00 PM

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a specialist in online marketing for Shouneh and Brri Products.

Scope of work includes construction works of Bathrooms in Southern Shouneh

Location: Southern Shouneh, Jordan

End Date: Thursday 25 August 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a specialist in construction works of Bathrooms.

Scope of work includes consultation services to develop a training plan and trainers’ orientation workshop.

Location:  Amman, Jordan

End Date: Tuesday 16 August 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a consultant to develop a training plan and trainers’ orientation workshop.

Scope of work includes developing training material, providing and delivering training workshops for women in Ma’an Governorate on traditional cooking, hospitality, and service standards.

Location:  Ma’an, Jordan

End Date: Thursday 18 August 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a specialist in food and hospitality sector.

Scope of work includes renovation and construction of mud walls in Ma`an Governorate –Albasteen Alshamyah

Location:  Ma’an, Jordan

End Date: Thursday 11 August 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a specialist in walls renovation and construction in Ma`an Governorate –Albasteen Alshamyah.

Scope of work includes providing legal advice and services

Location:  Amman, Jordan

End Date: Tuesday 19 July 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a law firm to provide legal advice and services.

Scope of work includes providing services for community tourism programs in Al-Shouneh and Dead Sea to revitalize the tourist area.

Location:  Southern Shouneh, Jordan

End Date: Monday June 20, 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a specialist to provide services for community tourism programs in al-Shouneh and Dead Sea to revitalize the tourist area.

Scope of work includes wall repairing and maintenance in Ma`an Governorate (Roba` Badia CBO)

Location:  Ma’an, Jordan

End Date: Thursday June 16, 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a specialist in wall repairing and maintenance in Ma`an Governorate (Roba` Badia CBO).

Required services include supplying, designing and installing a Bedouin tent in Ma’an Governorate

Location:  Ma’an, Jordan

End Date: Tuesday June 21, 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a supplier to supply, design and install a Bedouin tent in Ma’an Governorate.

Scope of Work: Required services include providing high-quality accommodation, catering, well-equipped venues, and event management services.

Location:  Amman, Jordan

End Date: Monday June 13th, 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a 5-star hotel in Amman. Required Services include providing high-quality accommodation, catering, well-equipped venues, and event management.

Scope of Work: Required Services Include Providing Kitchen & Office Supplies

Location:  Amman, Jordan

End Date: Sunday June 12, 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a supplier to provide kitchen and office supplies.

Scope of Work: Providing High-Quality Accommodation, Catering, Well-Equipped Venues and Event Management Services

Location:  Amman, Jordan

End Date: Thursday 31st May,2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a 4-star hotel in Amman. Required Services include providing high-quality accommodation, catering, well-equipped venues, and event management.

Scope of Work: Creating E-Training Content Using Mixed Media Interactive Videos

Project : Local Youth Level UP! Project

Location: Jordan

End Date: Thursday 19th May,2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a professional individual or company specialized in animation production and mixed media to produce interactive animated and mixed media videos

For more details, please click on download to get the RFP file.

Scope of Work: Facility Renovation

Project : Local Partnership for Tourism Development

Location: Ma’an, Jordan

End Date: Sunday 15-May-2022 at 03:00 PM

Status: Closed

Partners for Good “PfG” would like to contract a fifth, forth, third, second or first grade construction building contractor registered under Government Tender Directorate GTD, for the renovation of a facility.

For more details, please click on download to get the RFP file.

Scope of Work: Preparing Wicking Beds and produce Juices from Kampuchea Trainer

Project : Local Partnership for Tourism Development

Location: Jordan

End Date: 28 April 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good “PfG” would like to contract a qualified trainer on Preparing Wicking Beds and Produce herbal and Kampuchea drinks. Scope of work involves the design of training material and the training of 10 youth/ Women from Ma’an governorate.

For more details, please click on download to get the RFP file.

Scope of Work: Communication and Social Media Trainer

Project : Local Partnership for Tourism Development

Location: Jordan

End Date: 20 April 2022

Status: Closed

Partners for Good “PfG” would like to contract a qualified Communication and Social Media Trainer. Scope of work involves the design of training material and the training of 15 youth from Ma’an and Southern Shouneh.

For more details, please click on download to get the RFP file.

Scope of Work: Translation, Proofreading and Writing Creative Content
Project :Partners for Good
Location: Jordan
End Date: April 1o, 2022
Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract an experienced  freelancer for Translation, Proofreading & Writing Creative Content Services.  Scope of work includes editing inhouse content, translation and proofreading services for both Arabic and English for a range of documentsin coordination with PfG team, in addition to content creation, in coordination with PfG team.

BACKGROUND

Partners for Good (PfG) is a Jordanian non-profit organization seeking sustainable and inclusive ways to implement the heritage and methodologies that have been accumulated through successful programmatic interventions over the past 20 years in Jordan. PfG carries out interventions and technical assistance programs across Jordan in economic development, community engagement, enterprise support, micro-financing, women empowerment, child protection, youth empowerment, good governance, and workforce development. Through diverse, strategic, local, regional, and international partnerships, PfG works on carrying out different projects across Jordan, including strategic projects funded from its own resources and donor-funded projects.

Interested candidates are kindly requested to visit www.pfg-jo.org for full details and to submit their technical, and financial offers to procurement@pfg-jo.org by Sunday 2022/04/10 at 12:00 pm.

For more details, please download the following materials in PDF format:

  1. RFP (FY22-65) Translation, Proofreading and Writing Creative Content
  2. Annex 1
  3. Annex 2
Scope of Word: Graphic Designer
Project : Local Partnership for Tourism Development (Shams)
Location: Jordan
End Date: March 27, 2022
Status: Closed

Partners for Good (PfG) would like to contract a qualified Graphic Designer. Scope of work involves the design of marketing material and branding for the Local Partnership for Tourism Development project and each of its components.

This is part of Local Partnership for Tourism Development project (Shams), where PfG is working to create employment and economic-generation opportunities in both locations, through establishing linkages and partnerships between local community and private sector actors, developing Jordanian human capital via enhancing specific skills-based capacities within women and youth groups and assisting local communities in developing demand-based Jordanian Products and services.

BACKGROUND

Local Partnership for Tourism Development (Shams) is one of Partners for Good’s (PfG) main projects. Funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Jordan, Shams aims at addressing several UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It aspires to create jobs and economic opportunities through establishing linkages between local community members and private sector actors. By design, Shams project works on enhancing specific skills-based capacities within women and youth groups, and assisting local communities in developing in-demand Jordanian products and services.

For more details, please click here to download the SOW in PDF format.

Scope of Work/Food Production Consultant – Long Shelf Food

Scope of Word: Food Production Consultant – Long Shelf Food
Report to: Project Manager
Type of Contract: Short-Term Consultant
LoE: 10 Days
Project : Local Partnership for Tourism Development (Shams)
Period of Performance: March 2022
Location: Jordan
End Date: March 3, 2022
Status: Closed

 

BACKGROUND:

Local Partnership for Tourism Development (Shams) is one of the Partners for Good’s (PfG) main projects. Funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Jordan, Shams aims at addressing several UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It aspires to create jobs and economic opportunities through establishing linkages between local community members and private sector actors. By design, Shams project works on enhancing specific skills-based capacities within women and youth groups and assisting local communities in developing in-demand Jordanian products and services.

Implemented in both Ma’an Governorate and the Dead Sea area, the project celebrates all that is unique and authentic in focus on areas’ culture, heritage, and natural resources. For Shams project, the traditional identity, cultural values, and biodiversity of the Dead Sea and Ma’an are the core of the development process.

Since launched in November 2019, Shams has touched the lives of many. Opening doors, developing local capacities through quality training, and engaging and mobilizing communities. As a result, project components are growing as beneficiaries both individuals and CBOs, hand in hand with PfG, embarked on a journey of growth, learning, and mostly appreciation and acknowledgment of the untapped potential targeted areas and communities possess.

The local communities involved are the project’s biggest & most valuable assets. They, through the numerous partnerships formed with CBOs, hotels, public and private sector entities, remain the sustainability agent that ensures Shams diverse project components thrive & grow.

Engaging the tourism value chain in generating opportunities for local communities and business is key to this component. Linkages created between hotels and local women associations enable Shouneh women and small farmers to produce needed long-shelf products locally and supply them to hotels. Developed in partnership with local CBOs, the project involves a wide range of interventions carried out by PfG. This includes production facility renovation and equipment, capacity building for local women in food production, safety, packaging, and marketing as well as creating manuals and SOPs.

Shouneh natural long-shelf food products are rich with traditional flavors, prepared by the women of South Shouneh. The project is developed around the concept of using locally grown fruits and vegetables and the region’s unique traditional recipes and flavors to economically empower local women.

Sustainability is key to the success of “Shouneh”. Therefore, PfG ensured that the production facility acquires the needed licenses and permits from Jordan Food and Drugs Administration. Furthermore, as products are continuously being enhanced, PfG is creating numerous promotion and sales channels to ensure products are available for sale online and in selected stores functioning as a celebration of Al Shouneh’s culture and the resilience of its community as well as a sustainable economic enabler for its women.

Products include:

• Orange Jam

• Strawberry Jam

• Tomato sauce

• Dried tomatoes

• Pickles

 

SCOPE OF WORK:

PfG would like to contract a Food Processing Engineer to deliver specialized training to women managing and partaking in the food production process. This aims to ensure the high quality of the product sold and sustainability of production.

The consultant should be a Food Processing Engineer specialized in the field of product quality control management and production within the processes of food manufacturing in terms of food health & safety and quality assurance for the production with at least 5 years of experience in the field of long-term food production (jams, tomato sauce, dried tomatoes) and methods of using food additives and the use of preservatives according to the specifications of Jordan Food and Drugs Administrations.

For more details, please click here to download the SOW in PDF format.

Scope of Work/Platform Development and Management Services

Type of Contract: The type of contract will be discussed with the final candidate
Project : PfG Platforms
Period of Performance: February – April 2022
Location: Jordan
End Date: March 3, 2022
Status: Closed

 

BACKGROUND:

Partners for Good (PfG), established two digital platforms; one for e-training and another one to support entrepreneurship “Mesh Mostaheel”. PfG is looking to contract a company that can manage and leads its online platforms. The Platforms developed by Partners for Good (PfG) look at the future of PfG solidifying their online presence and providing some of the most comprehensive training and social development services digitally.

The contracted company will be providing three main tracks of services:

  • PfG E- Training Platform & Mesh Mostaheel platform Corrective Technical Maintenance, Development, Modernization/Enhancement (DME)
  • PfG E- Training Platform & Mesh Mostaheel Platform Development strategy and partner Acquisition.
  • Services may also be required to develop new platforms, or integrate platforms, develop interfaces with another platform/services and expand the existing platforms to also support other program areas, and potentially support data and requirements with any kind of future potential with other PfG platforms
  • Content Development and that covers:
    • Developing digital content for the existed training manuals, and developing new content for 2 topics annually with not less than 20 training hours.
    • Developing and designing original innovative content.
    • Mobilize related partners and build the needed partnerships needed to operate the platforms according to the plan that will be developed and agreed upon after signing the contract.
    • Acquiring and adapting content from partners to be utilized in both Partners for Good’s platforms.
    • Acquiring any production, filming, photography, and design needed to accomplish the duties needed for the platforms management and content creation.

SCOPE OF WORK:

The scope of work will cover establishing a dedicated function within the company to work exclusively on the activities related to the PfG Platforms with its all needed expertise in the team members team that will be handling all deliverables according to a plan approved by PfG Management, these activities will include but not limited to:

  • Technical support on all PfG Platforms (front-end, backend).
  • Use high-quality development code that accurately meets the requirements.
  • Ensuring servers (host servers) are kept up to date and free of potential exploits.
  • Monitoring the health of the entire hosting environment.
  • Ensuring PfG data is protected.
  • Weekly backup for all platforms database, website files, and source code.
  • Performing DNS transfers and setup on behalf of PfG as well as troubleshooting DNS issues.
  • Responsible for maintaining PfG video sharing platform on Vimeo including features such as live-streaming, broadcasting tools.
  • A yearly maintenance contract on the website that covers the development of the platforms and troubleshooting any issues that may occur weekly.
  • Daily content to be published on the Mesh Mostaheel Platform.
  • Bi-Weekly content to be published on the PfG E-Training Platform.
  • A quarterly Strategy for content and business development on both platforms.
  • A clear strategy for expanding the partner network for both platforms.
  • Clear and attainable goals for partner content acquisitions.
  • All content to be assessed by educational experts for educational value and to follow the most effective and updated e-Learning and Digital Content technologies and methods.
  • Modifying and maintaining the content to ensure the highest quality of animation and video shooting. Ensuring all content to be delivered and uploaded to the highest and most efficient video streaming standards.
  • Developing new digital content for the topics targeted by PFG that covers at least 20 training hours.
  • To have the ability to prepare and execute Live Training sessions on both platforms if required.
  • Providing BTS (Behind The Scene) content for PfGs Communications department, and providing support in social media presence to promote the platforms.
  • Developing and implementing effective search engine optimization (SEO) strategies.
    • Develop and execute successful SEO strategies.
    • Conduct keyword research to guide the content.
    • Review technical SEO issues and recommend fixes.
    • Optimize website content, landing pages.
    • Work with the communication team to optimize campaigns.
  • Coordinating content, design, and social media.
  • Managing and optimizing the platforms and reporting on performance.

For more details, please click here to download the SOW in PDF format.

Translation & Proofreading Services

تاريخ الانتهاء: March 14, 2022
الحالة: Closed

ترغب منظمة شركاء للأفضل التعاقد مع شركة متخصصة في خدمات الترجمة والتدقيق اللغوي. ويشمل العمل الترجمة والتدقيق باللغتين العربية والإنجليزية لجميع المستندات والتقارير  المتعلقة بعمل شركاء للأفضل بالمتابعة والتنسيق مع فريق المنظمة.

منظمة “شركاء للأفضل” هي منظمة أردنية غير ربحية، تسعى لتطبيق طرق ناجحة في تنفيذ منهجيات التعلّم من خلال الخبرة التي اكتسبتها من برامجها الناجحة على مدى 20 عاماً الماضية في مجال التنمية الاقتصادية، والمشاركة المجتمعية، ودعم المشاريع، والتمويل الأصغر، وتمكين المرأة و الشباب، وحماية الطفل، والحوكمة وتنمية القوى العاملة. كما وتعمل منظمة شركاء للأفضل على تنفيذ العديد من المشاريع المختلفة في الأردن كافة، بما في ذلك المشاريع الاستراتيجية الممولة ذاتياً والمشاريع الممولة من جهات مانحة  لتحقيق غايتها ومهمتها.

يرجى من الشركات المهتمة زيارة موقعنا الالكتروني لمعرفة المزيد من التفاصيل و إرسال العرض التقني والعرض المال في موعد أقصاه يوم الاثنين 14/3/2022 الساعة 3:00 مساءًا إلى procurement@pfg-jo.org

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