Summary of Role
The International Programmes Department (IPD) is a large, busy, multi-functional team at the heart of the work of Muslim Aid in the UK and internationally. The Programmes Support Officer reports directly to the Head of Programmes and will primarily be responsible for providing support functions to the International Programmes team. The role requires to work with key stakeholders to ensure an effective, efficient and quality based programme delivery and project management service. The Programmes Support Officer also supports the administrative work of the department producing contents from successful programmes for the web and internal stakeholder.
About the Role
Some of the main responsibilities of this role will be:
- Lead on departmental efforts to systematically compile programme data from Country Offices for quarterly and annual reports for communication and web purposes.
- Provide programme and administrative assistance to other regions as required including support with the development and production of project proposals.
- Support the monitoring and capturing of MA Country Office budget income and expenditure requirements based on data from Country Offices and programme officers.
- Provide administrative and other practical support to the delivery of existing programmes.
- Support the development of IPD wide administrative systems.
- Maintains and updates the Status report file including all relevant documents such as, field reports, centrally agreed documents, case studies etc.
To be successful in this role:
- Degree level or equivalent experience (desirable)
- Previous experience of working within a Programme Support/administrative role
- Experience of working with budgets
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to liaise with a variety of stakeholders and employees at all levels.
- Skills in data management, analysis and reporting skills including preparing, updating and presenting reports, with a keen eye for detail and accuracy.
Why you should Apply
This is an exciting opportunity to gain full exposure to our programmes work and learn from the experts. You and your team will support the most needy and vulnerable and ensure they are better equipped to live more equitable lives with greater opportunities.
Benefits you will enjoy if you work for us:
- 37 days holiday (including Bank Holidays and Privilege days)
- Flexible working conditions, including home working
- Employee benefits with Perkbox
- Free eye tests
- Paid time off for medical appointments
- 2 hours lunch break on Fridays
- Time off in Lieu (TOIL)