Requires a Cover Letter?: 
Application Submissions Guideline: 

Interested candidates with the required competencies and experience should send an updated CV & cover letter to [email protected] by Sunday, October 31st, 2021, with the subject line:
Grants, Finance, and M&E Manager.

In the cover letter, applicants should not repeat information in the CV. Instead, they are encouraged to elaborate on:

1. Their interest in this position 
2. How their experience makes them good candidates for this position
3. Their earliest start date

- Applications without cover letters will not be considered.
- While unrequired, sharing a sample of your writing (regardless of content relevance) to your application would be appreciated to show your writing abilities.
- If shortlisted, applicants will be contacted within one week of the closing of the application deadline in order to schedule for an interview.
- Granted they have the skill and experience, cis and trans women, trans men, and gender non-conforming people are given priority hiring.

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What is this The A Project that's hiring?

The A Project is a non-governmental organization that envisions a society where sexuality and mental health of cis and trans women, trans men, and gender non-conforming people are reclaimed, cared for, respected, recognized in their diversities, and not utilized against them.

We aim to create platforms that reaffirm agency and autonomy in sexuality and mental health, while advancing, through practice and theory, a political discourse around sexual, reproductive, and mental health and seeking alternatives to counteract medical patriarchy's restrictive and reductive approaches towards all bodies, especially those of cis and trans women, trans men, and gender non-conforming people in Lebanon.

Who makes up The A Project?

The A Project, consisting of cis and trans women, trans men, and gender non-conforming, has a small staff team and a big membership base.

Are you the Grants, Finance, and M&E Manager we are looking for?

The Grants, Finance, and M&E Manager is a full-time position, providing core technical and administrative leadership and sustainability in the areas of financial management and grants management for the program. This position plays a critical role in sustaining as well as monitoring and evaluating the progress and impact of The A Project’s programs throughout the year. The position holder will participate in grants proposal writing, development, and reporting. They will also provide guidance and practical support to the project coordinators on all matters related to accounts payable, cost allocation, monthly reporting, payroll, budget preparation, grants management contract and subcontract management, and compliance.

We are especially interested in someone who has the above-mentioned skills and experience, as well as an interest in working on gender justice and reproductive and sexual health rights. For the grant proposal writing segment of this job opportunity, the applicant should have strong writing skills and values work on advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights. Do mention in your cover letter if you have work or volunteer experience in women's rights work. Experience in grants management and monitoring and evaluation is more of an interest to us than the finance segment, as the finance segment is mostly data entry to be handed to an accountant – and that aspect can be learned if the applicant has strong numeracy and organization skills.

  • Prepare funding proposals and complete reports to already-existing donors
  • Manage donor contracts as required, tracking the progress on outputs of contracts, providing timely updates and highlighting any issues
  • Identify potential donors and opportune calls for funding
  • Balance sheet reconciliations and month end adjustments
  • Match invoices to purchase orders and ensure payments are properly authorized
  • Ensure payments made are allocated to budgeted spending
  • Update internal systems with financial data and back up data both in filing and digitally
  • Develop and strengthen M&E strategy for all activities and operations to measure the effectiveness of different programs in meeting our objectives and identifying possible gaps
  • Provide qualitative and quantitative reports of programs and activities
  • Prepare monthly financial and M&E reports and present them to the team
  • Assist with budget preparation
  • Maintain an updated procurement log sheet
  • Devise safety and security procedures for the organization’s finances and accounts
  • Obtain quotations from vendors and manage follow-ups of infrequent big payments
  • Bachelor’s degree in humanities, social sciences, NGO management or related fields
  • Fluent English speaker, with very strong written English
  • Fluent Arabic speaker
  • Strong numeracy skills
  • Strong IT skills, proficient in use of Microsoft Word, Access and Excel
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Ability to work effectively within a small team
  • Ability to coordinate with a large membership base for M&E purposes
  • Demonstrated experience in grants management or program development
  • Demonstrated experience in designing tools and strategies for data collection, analysis, and reporting
  • A self-starter, able to organize and manage their own time.


Last modified: 
11 Oct, 2021
Intervention Sector(s):
Gender issues, Health, Human Rights & Protection, Women Status & Issues
Application Deadline:
Sunday, 31 October 2021
Contract Type:
Full Time
Period of Employment:
3 months, renewable for a year based on performance
Salary Range:
1200 to 1500 (USD)
Education Degree:
Bachelor Degree
Education Degree Details:
Experience Requirements:
1 to 2 years
Arabic Language:
English Language:
French Language:
  • Lebanon