The Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) is a Tbilisi-based non-profit, non-partisan, research and analysis organization founded in early 2011. GIP strives to strengthen the organizational backbone of democratic institutions and promote good governance and development through policy research and advocacy in Georgia. It also encourages public participation in civil society-building and developing democratic processes.
We are seeking analytical, collaborative and highly organized project coordinator to join the dynamic team of Georgian Institute of Politics. The project coordinator will lead and manage project activities, contribute to success of already funded projects, as well as participate in planning new initiatives. GIP is looking for a talented individual to work on two international projects, with a possibility to expand the portfolio and extend the contract beyond ongoing projects.
Key roles and responsibilities
- Implement project activities as defined by project contract, including organizing events, facilitating research activities, and providing administrative support;
- Monitor project progress, and escalate risks and issues to management;
- Measure impact of the implemented activities and prepare project reports;
- Act as a focal point of interaction for project stakeholders and partners;
- Contribute to outreach and visibility of the project and GIP;
- Participate in fundraising and development of future projects;
- Represent the organization at professional networking and project – relevant events.
Experience and skills
Other useful information
Occasional travel in Georgia and abroad may be necessary. Flexible work arrangements may be considered. Supplementing this position with other relevant activities such as lecturing is acceptable.