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Regional Grants Coordinator


UNFPA established a regional response hub in Amman, Jordan, to coordinate and provide technical and operational support to its offices in the Syrian Arab Republic and the neighboring countries of Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Egypt and Turkey. The UNFPA Regional Syria Response Hub provides technical and operational support to country offices and coordinates with other sister UN agencies regional emergency offices. The Hub also is responsible for the management and coordination of all regional grants for the Syria crisis. Within the (WOS) architecture, the UNFPA Regional Syria Response Hub is the coordination and information management point for the WOS for UNFPA and for its mandate areas in Gender Based Violence (GBV) Prevention and Response (GBV AoR) and Sexula and Reproductive Health (RH).

Duties and Responsibilities: 

Under the direct supervision of the head of the Regional Syria Response Hub, the grant coordinator will support resource mobilization efforts for the UNFPA regional Syria response country operations. This includes undertaking the following tasks:

  • Produce and provide guidance to all relevant UNFPA country offices /operations on reporting requirements and needs
  • Compile and produce quarterly, bi-annual and annual donor reports and liaise in coordination with UNFPA country offices and regional Syria hub staff
  • Finalize all reports for timely submission to donors
  • Contribute to overall regional proposal development and fundraising efforts.
  • Lead analysis of regional funding trends for SRH and GBV
  • Contribute to UNFPA knowledge management products and publications

How to apply:

  1. Please email your CV/Resume along with a cover letter and P11 Form to - noting thatP11 Form must be submitted
  2.  Please specify the position title in the email subject
  3. Only applications sent to asrovacancies@unfpa.orgwill be considered
  4. Applications received after the deadline of 25 July, 2019 will be disregarded

 Please find attached:

  1. TOR
  2. P11 Form