The Athens Partnership is seeking a PROGRAM DIRECTOR

The Athens Partnership (AP) works to benefit Athenians by promoting high-impact partnerships between the City of Athens and the private sector, leveraging the resources and strengths of both. AP supports innovative public programs—in health, education, community development, and other areas of need. It is an independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan entity that relies on contributions from foundations, corporations, and individuals.

The Program Director reports to the Executive Director and works collaboratively with all AP staff and partners such as project managers, city department representatives, and other stakeholders.

Responsibilities include:

·        Manage the organization’s portfolio of programs

·        Own all project budgets; create and revise them as needed

·        Serve as a liaison to municipal agencies

·        Manage project reporting to donors; review and send progress reports, complying with donor requirements

·        Co-create grant applications

·        Work closely with program partners from the public, private and nonprofit sectors

·        Manage procurement processes

·        Manage and develop all project staff; recruit new project teams

·        Update program management processes as needed

Credentials/Qualification Requirements

The successful candidate will possess:

·        A university degree

·        Minimum of 10 years’ work experience, preferably in project management or other relevant position

·        Strong organizational and project management skills with ability to work under pressure and tight deadlines, prioritize while maintaining high attention to detail

·        Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work well with diverse stakeholders, including city officials and other external partners

·        Self-motivated; Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively and manage time effectively

·        Strong understanding of basic financial concepts and budgeting

·        Exceptional oral and written communications skills in both English and Greek

·        Excellent knowledge of MS Office

·        Team spirit and a sense of humor

Position based in the Athens Partnership's office in Greece. To apply, send cover letter and resume by email to info@athenspartnership.org. Candidates are being interviewed on a rolling basis. Please note that only applications with a corresponding cover letter will be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


 

The Athens Partnership is seeking an ADMINISTRATIVE ASSOCIATE

The Athens Partnership (AP) works to benefit Athenians by promoting high-impact partnerships between the City of Athens and the private sector, leveraging the resources and strengths of both. AP supports innovative public programs—in health, education, community development, and other areas of need. It is an independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan entity that relies on contributions from foundations, corporations, and individuals.

The AP seeks an Administrative Associate to assist the office in a wide variety of tasks in support of the work of the organization. Reporting to the Executive Director, and working collaboratively with all members of the staff, responsibilities of the Administrative Associate will include:

·        Responsible for establishing administrative procedures and handling day-to-day operations

·        Scheduling meetings and compiling meeting agendas and materials

·        Working with the Executive Director and accountant to process and distribute payments

·        Handling public inquiries

·        Maintaining office supplies and files

·        Maintaining relationships with supporters and acting as the liaison with staff, municipal agency contacts, external partners, and donors

·        Updating information in donor software program, creating report reminders and uploading media files

·        Researching and drafting written materials in an organized and time-sensitive manner; written products include manuals, memoranda, and correspondence

Credentials/Qualification Requirements

1.      A Bachelor's degree from an accredited university/college and two years of experience in community work or centered activities in an area related to the duties described above; or

2.      Excellent oral and writing skills in both English and Greek.

Preferred Skills

A successful candidate will possess:

·        Computer expertise in Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and experience with mail merge

·        Knowledge of donor software

·        Strong operational problem-solving skills

·        Research, writing, analytical and critical thinking skills

·        Ability to collect, organize, synthesize, and utilize data

·        Experience in coordinating and prioritizing time sensitive projects with multiple parties

·        Exceptional oral and written communication skills

·        Strong customer service skills

·        Respectful and professional demeanor in diverse contexts

·        Team spirit and a sense of humor

Position based in the Athens Partnership's office in Greece. To apply, send cover letter and resume by email to info@athenspartnership.org. Candidates are being interviewed on a rolling basis. Please note that only applications with a corresponding cover letter will be consideredOnly shortlisted candidates will be contacted.