Current Openings

Current Openings

Field Coordinator in Dohuk

 

Dohuk field coordinator is in charge of managing our largest camp clinic, and in part the mobile medical team with the mobile physiotherapy unit. While the position has a lot of independence, he/she does so in cooperation with and under supervision of higher management to make sure that the activities are conducted in ways meeting donor requirements and high organizational standards. The field office of Dohuk field coordinator is in the camp clinic, and that’s where he/she spends most of the days, which allows to stay in direct contact with the team and beneficiaries and respond to challenges in real time.

 

Duties:

  • Management of human resources
  • Management of supplies and financial resources (in cooperation with others)
  • Enforcing standards of quality, accountability and others
  • Representing the organisation before local authorities, partners, donors
  • Cooperation with organisation’s management in seeking opportunities for further development of activities in terms of scope and quality of services
  • Participation in creation of reports and proposals for authorities and donors
  • A considerable range of administrative work, including partial accounting
  • Creation of monthly and quarterly internal reports

 

Essential requirements:

  • Very good spoken and written English
  • Good knowledge of MS Office
  • Team player (a solid range of soft skills)
  • Driving license and experience as driver
  • Management and interpersonal skills
  • Good time management skills
  • Ability to adapt to challenges posed by working in a different cultural environment

 

Additionally valued are:

  • Relevant education and experience in medical and/or administration field
  • Experience in humanitarian work
  • Previous work or travel experience in the Middle East
  • Knowledge of Kurdish or Arabic

 

In exchange we offer:

  • Salary of 1600$/month
  • Work in a young, dynamic, international team of a growing NGO
  • Challenging yet rewarding work in direct daily contact with the beneficiaries
  • Comfortable living and working conditions
  • 2-weeks paid holiday break roughly every 3 months

 

Is this something for you? Send us your CV and cover letter to hr@step-in-project.org. We are looking forward to meeting you in our team!

 

Deadline for applications: 20th of November 2019. 

 

Field Coordinator in Erbil

 

The two most important jobs of Erbil field coordinator are running our small charitable physiotherapy center and staying on top of all administrative tasks which can be done in the capital only (NGO registration, taxes, residence permits etc.). The only international airport being and a few large contractors being in Erbil add to the duties, making Erbil field co. one of the key positions in the administrative structure of STEP-IN.

 

The duties include:

  • managing employees, supplies and financial resources
  • representing the organization before local authorities, partners, donors
  • cooperation with organization’s management in seeking opportunities for further development of activities in terms of scope and quality of services
  • participation in creation of reports and proposals for authorities and donors
  • a considerable range of administrative work, including dealing with crucial local offices

 

Essential requirements:

  • very good spoken and written English
  • good knowledge of MS Office
  • driving license and experience as driver
  • management and interpersonal skills
  • good time management skills
  • ability to adapt to challenges posed by working in a different cultural environment

 

Additionally valued are:

  • relevant education and experience in medical or administration filed
  • experience in humanitarian work
  • previous work or travel experience in the Middle East
  • knowledge of Kurdish or Arabic

 

In exchange we offer:

  • salary of 1600$/month
  • work in a young, dynamic, international team of a growing NGO
  • challenging yet rewarding work in direct daily contact with the beneficiaries
  • comfortable living and working conditions
  • 2-week paid holiday break roughly every 3 months

 

Does it sound interesting? Send your CV and cover letter to hr@step-in-project.org until 20th of November to start your new life challenge!

Financial and Administrative Coordinator

 

Financial and Administrative Coordinator will spend most of his/her time in our main, Dohuk office, as a part of the central team working to make sure that the NGO meets deadlines and formal requirements of different projects and donors, as well as exploits new opportunities for expansion and growth. A wide range of administrative and financial duties may sometimes be combined with field work, for control purposes or simply to support the field team in case of major events requiring all hands on deck.

 

Duties:

  • keeping track of financial data, monitoring operations and preparing reports, in cooperation with the Accountant
  • monitoring timely spending of resources to help ensure smooth operation and fulfilling obligations
  • cooperation with the rest of the team in preparation of budgets and proposals for donors
  • preparation and control of various of documents in accordance with organization’s policies and donors’ requirements

 

Requirements:

  • Experience in finances and administration
  • Very good English
  • Team player
  • Attention to detail
  • Proficiency in MS Excel, Word
  • Driving license B and experience as driver

 

Additionally valued will be:

  • Experience in humanitarian work
  • Previous work or travel experience in the Middle East
  • Knowledge of Kurdish, Arabic

 

In exchange we offer:

  • Salary of 1600$/month
  • Work in a young, dynamic, international team of a growing NGO
  • Comfortable living and working conditions
  • 2-week paid holiday break roughly every 3 months

 

Do you think you are the person for the job? Send us your CV and cover letter to hr@step-in-project.org. We are looking forward to meeting you.

Deadline for applications: 25th of November 2019

Promotion and Social Media Officer

 

Promotion and Social Media Officer is responsible for promoting organization’s activities to increase brand awareness, gain more public support and expose NGO to the attention of potential new donors. He/she does so by communicating of our activities through social media, press releases and more direct channels to current supporters and new partners. The job requires departure to Iraq, which will allow the employee to fully immerse him/herself in the everyday reality of our work, absorbing the information while living a relatively comfortable and very safe life in the northern Kurdistan Region of Iraq.

Quite honestly, I would love to do this job myself, but all I have time for is to write this short job description and then I must go back to spreadsheets. That’s why we need you!

 

Duties:

  • Creation of content (texts for social media posts, website, press releases)
  • Creation and publication of monthly newsletters
  • Communication with donors
  • Maintaining and improving presence of STEP-IN on social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)
  • Gathering information, stories and pieces from team members throughout the day
  • Collaborating with staff to brainstorm content topics
  • Supervising contributors to ensure quality, sufficient content
  • Creation of promotion and fundraising plan (goal, target groups, message)
  • Collection and organizing of new and existing visual materials

 

Requirements:

  • Experience in promotion and fundraising
  • Excellent command of English language (preferably: native speaker)
  • Basic knowledge of copy writing
  • Ability to use Google search in advance and effective way
  • Creative mind
  • Attention to detail
  • Advanced researching skills
  • Basic photography and other multimedia skills

 

We offer:

  • Salary of 1500$/month
  • Work in a young, dynamic, international team of a growing NGO
  • Challenging yet rewarding work in direct daily contact with the beneficiaries
  • Comfortable living and working conditions

 

Do you think you are the person for the job? Send us your CV and cover letter to hr@step-in-project.org. We are looking forward to meeting you.

Physiotherapist

 

This year we are expanding the services of our mobile clinic by adding a mobile physiotherapy team to it. We are looking for an experienced physiotherapist to spend 4 months with the new unit, treating people hand in hand with a local physiotherapist and training him/her at the same time.

 

Requirements:

  • decent command of English
  • degree and multi-year experience in physiotherapy

 

Additionally welcome will be:

  • experience in physiotherapy of children with cerebral palsy
  • previous humanitarian work experience
  • knowledge of Arabic or Kurdish (Kurmanji dialect)

 

If you are interested, hesitating, or simply curious, email us at: hr@step-in-project.org

 

Medical Doctor

 

If you are a medical doctor with at least two years of professional medical experience, you speak fluent English, and you’re interested in joining one of our teams in Iraq – contact us today! The welcoming and kind people of Iraq are urgently waiting for your help.

Our teams provide mainly primary health care, but we also welcome specialist doctors: gynecologist, pediatricians, diabetologists, cardiologists or psychiatrists.

 

The main requirements are:

  • good knowledge of English (spoken and written)
  • minimum 2 years of professional experience

 

Ethnic and religious discrimination is a sad reality in Iraq, and it can be perceived the strongest on the level of interpersonal relations. People who survived a nightmare continue to be exposed to a humiliating treatment, which takes place also in healthcare institutions. By employing non-Iraqi doctors, who work in close cooperation with local paramedics personnel, we manage to eliminate the elements of prejudice and discrimination from our medical clinics. This results in a multinational, dynamic, dedicated and professional team. Our doctors work through English speaking nurses-translators, and periodically switch clinics to ensure availability of the broadest possible spectrum of specialists to our patients, ensure peer-control and consolidate the whole STEP-IN team.

Do not be afraid! We care very much for the safety of our multinational team, as well as for the work comfort and living comfort of our doctors.

 

If you are interested, hesitating, or simply curious, email us at: hr@step-in-project.org

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