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Mar 092017
 

Organization: Cruz Roja Española
Country: Mali
Closing date: 14 Mar 2017

Desde Cruz Roja Española se oferta puesto de Delegado/a de Desarrollo Comunitario y Bienestar Social en MALI, para ello debes cumplir con los siguientes requisitos imprescindibles:

  • Estar en posesión de la documentación necesaria para poder ser contratado en España (DNI o NIE, número de Seguridad Social, cuenta bancaria en España).

  • Titulación universitaria o experiencia equivalente.

  • Experiencia previa de gestión de proyectos de Cooperación para el Desarrollo de al menos 1 año.

  • Conocimiento y experiencia de gestión de proyectos según el enfoque del Marco Lógico: identificación, formulación, ejecución y justificación de proyectos de medios de vida.

  • Conocimientos de la normativa de cooperación descentralizada española, Unión Europea y de AECID.

  • Capacidad de supervisar y gestionar proyectos y equipos.

  • Buen negociador/a, capacidad de trabajar en equipo.

  • Formación previa en Cooperación Internacional.

  • Dominio de entorno Windows, Office, internet, ..

  • Nivel de español y francés C1 (se realizará prueba).

Para más información sobre los requisitos valorables y las funciones a desempeñar acceder al siguiente link: https://cruzroja.epreselec.com/Ofertas/Ofertas.aspx?Id_Oferta=1884908

How to apply:

Para presentación de candidaturas y conocer las condiciones del puesto accede al siguiente link:https://cruzroja.epreselec.com/Ofertas/Ofertas.aspx?Id_Oferta=1884908

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