SOS Children's Villages is a non-governmental organisation focused on supporting children without parental care, that is active in 137 countries worldwide. SOS Kinderdörfer weltweit Hermann-Gmeiner-Fonds Deutschland e. V. is part of the SOS Federation. Our mission is to accompany children in need into a better future. In our Munich office, as well as in our offices in Berlin and Düsseldorf, more than 150 employees are committed to our vision "A loving home for every child - for a strong generation of tomorrow."
For our international program team, we are looking for a Global Program Analyst (m/f/d) in Munich, Berlin or Düsseldorf on a full-time basis (38.5 hours/week), starting as soon as possible.
- You keep track of our strategy implementation, support the steering of the program portfolio and when required compile status reports.
- You regularly interact with colleagues of the program departments in our international office, regional offices and of country organisations.
- You conduct desk research on program topics, analyse data on program quality and impact and you support knowledge management on our programs.
- You keep an overview on the progress of select initiatives and projects.
- You support the head of program innovation to identify, pilot and scale up innovative program approaches.
- You are a young professional and graduated from university. A degree in economics, international development, social science or similar is an asset. However, candidates with a different academic background and a strong interest in international development and in supporting children and young people are also encouraged to apply. Previous working experience in the non-profit sector is an asset but is not strictly required.
- You are used to organising data and information in a structured way by using digital tools and platforms. You are familiar with MS Excel and used to perform (basic) quantitative analyses.
- You are eager to learn and to build up expertise on select program topics.
- You are proficient in English. German and other language skills are an asset, esp. French, Spanish, Arabic, or Russian.
- You are aware and respectful of cultural differences in communication styles and you are used to collaborating virtually with colleagues from different locations.
- You are willing to travel abroad.
What we offer:
- A versatile, inspiring and responsible job in a professionally working, international non-profit organization.
- A meaningful environment with an excellent working atmosphere.
- Compatibility of family and career as well as offers on work-life balance
- Employer funded pension
- Financial allowance for childcare.
- Interesting opportunities for further training and development.
We support an anti-discrimination and anti-racism environment and expect all our team members to do the same. If you are interested in this exciting position, we look forward to receiving your application as soon as possible!
Hermann-Gmeiner-Fonds Deutschland e.V.