ABOUT THE ROLE
The Transparency International Secretariat is currently seeking a part-time Project Manager (m/f/d) for our two small climate and environment knowledge and policy projects, to join the Projects Team.
This role is responsible for project managing:
- The GIZ-funded project “Climate & Corruption Case Atlas” (the Atlas), a digital tool and library spotlighting and illustrating how corruption negatively impacts efforts to adapt to and mitigate the climate crisis, including case study inputs from TI chapters and other CSO partners
- The GIZ-funded project “Partnering for Readiness”, which will consolidate learnings and develop knowledge products from the Peer-to-Peer Learning Alliance on Climate Finance Integrity (P2P LA) to share with broader external audiences.
The role requires a highly motivated professional with sound experience in complex project management, donor relationship and reporting, monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL), excellent communication skills and a solid grounding in themes relating to climate, environment or natural resource management.
The successful candidate will be offered a contract limited for ten months, when the available funding ends.
Role Purpose: The Project Manager, Climate and Environment is responsible for ensuring smooth implementation of the small GIZ-funded climate and environment projects, coordinating the work flow, financial and administrative management of the project and ensuring that agreed goals, best practice standards in project management and MEL, donor obligations and TI-S regulations are met relating to the project implementation by TI-S and partners.
Team: Projects Team
Reporting Line: Head of Projects
Band: PF2, Salary starting at €21,000 p.a.
Starting Date: As soon as possible (March 2023)
Contract Duration: Currently we can offer an employment contract limited for ten months
Working Hours: part time [50%; 20 hours per week]
Location: Transparency International Secretariat (TI-S), Berlin/Germany