Desired start date: 06/19/2024

Duration: CDI

Location: France, Clichy – Field travel – Teleworking possibilities


SOLIDARITES INTERNATIONAL (SI) is an international humanitarian aid association which, for more than 40 years, has provided relief to populations victims of armed conflicts and natural disasters by responding to vital needs, drinking, eating and shelter. Particularly committed to the fight against diseases linked to unsafe water, the leading cause of death in the world, SI implements through its interventions expertise in the field of access to drinking water, sanitation and promotion hygiene but also in the essential aspect of food security and means of existence. Present in around twenty countries, the SI teams – 2,000 people in total made up of expatriates, national staff, permanent staff at headquarters, a few volunteers, etc. – intervene with professionalism and commitment while respecting cultures.


Do you already have experience in the humanitarian environment between Headquarters and the Field? Do you have a profile focused on aspects of compliance and accountability towards our external partners, donors and implementation partners? Do you have a strong appetite for interdepartmental coordination and relational commitment to our external partners?

Come and join the Grants Management & Implementation Partnerships (GIP) department of SOLIDARITES INTERNATIONAL for a few months!

Job environment:

Integrated within the Accountability and Partnership Development Department (RDP) whose primary mission is to ensure a high level of relationships, transparency and accountability, vis-à-vis our external partners, in the implementation implementation of our humanitarian activities, the Grants Management & Implementation Partnerships (GIP) department is specifically responsible for the following aspects:

  • Management of the implementation partnership cycle with the various IS operational partners
  • Management of the grant cycle for humanitarian projects with the organization’s various public funders

Under the hierarchical responsibility of the GIP service manager and under the functional supervision of the geographical manager of the PURPLE desk (Ukraine, Venezuela and Haiti), the CRDB has a strong link with the other services of the RDP department which are: the External Audits Service (SAE), the Institutional Cooperation Service (SCI) and the Private Partnerships Service (PPU), as well as with the entire desk team (particularly the Program Manager).

The Accountability and Donor Development Officer (CRDB) will also ensure the functional supervision of the Desk Assistant (co-supervision at headquarters), and the Grant Managers in the field/Reporting and Field Communication Officers.

Main functions of the position:

  • Coordination of all processes related to the management of donor grants and implementation partnerships
  • Support for the different countries of intervention in the development and monitoring of financing strategies
  • Guarantee of compliance with donor rules for all grants and partnership agreements under its responsibility
  • Representation to donors in conjunction with the field teams, the geographical manager and the institutional cooperation service (SCI) team within the RDP as well as the private partnerships team (PPU)

Challenges of the position:

  • Ensure continuity and rapid operationality across all of the position’s missions
  • Strong ability to adapt to Solidarités International’s tools and process

Position of the position in the organization chart (hierarchical and functional relationships):

  • Under the hierarchical authority of the Head of the Grants Management and Implementation Partnerships Department within the RDP
  • Under the functional supervision of the Geographic Manager


  • Higher Diploma in Political Science, International Relations, International Development or equivalent
  • Mastery of the operation and rules of institutional donors, procedures and submission platforms
  • Mastery of contract cycle management, project cycle and implementation partnership cycle.
  • Strong experience in reporting / project proposals with various donors and/or experience in project management funded by institutional donors
  • Humanitarian field experience required
  • Excellent writing skills in French and English, analysis and synthesis.
  • Sufficient admin/financial knowledge to understand/reread financial reports/budgets
  • Good planning, anticipation and coordination skills to meet deadlines and respond to internal and external requests
  • Good prioritization skills. Adaptability and resistance to stress.
  • Great sense of diplomacy and experience working in an intercultural environment.
  • Team spirit, ability to unite and coordinate team members without being the manager/hierarchical supervisor

One more :

  • Previous experience within Solidarités International, knowledge of IS tools
  • Experience within the Headquarters of a Humanitarian Organization and/or similar position


  • Position based at the headquarters of Solidarités International, in Clichy la Garenne (Metro Mairie de Clichy) with field travel
  • Permanent contract – Framework status
  • Gross monthly remuneration of: €3,183 or €3,316 (2 levels) depending on the scale in effect at headquarters
  • Possibility of teleworking: 4 or 12 days of teleworking per month or 100% teleworking with 3 days of mandatory face-to-face work per month. In accordance with the Teleworking Charter in force and the manager.
  • Leave: 2.0833 CP/month and 1 day of RTT/full month of work
  • Mutual insurance (80%), restaurant tickets (60%), transport tickets (50%) covered by the association
  • Recovery days and 100% medical coverage during field trips


Do you recognize yourself in this description?

If so, send us your CV and Cover Letter.

Applications containing CVs only will not be considered.

Solidarités International reserves the right to close a recruitment before the deadline of the advertisement. Thank you for your understanding.

And to learn more about Solidarités International:

Solidarités International (SI) is determined to prevent and combat any type of abuse – any act of sexual exploitation, abuse and/or harassment (SEAH) against members of beneficiary communities or its collaborators and collaborators, harm to persons and/or property, fraud, corruption, undeclared conflict of interest, financing of activities violating human rights – which could be perpetrated within the framework of its interventions. SI has zero tolerance for any type of abuse, particularly acts of SEAH.

Solidarités International is a fair employer that fights all forms of discrimination. SI will never ask for any compensation for participating in a recruitment process.

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