Accountability Lab Nonprofit Management Fellowship 2021 – South Africa

Accountability Lab Nonprofit Management Fellowship 2021 – South Africa

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We’re looking for a Nonprofit Management Fellow in South Africa.

Application Deadline: 18th June 2021

About the Award: The Accountability Lab is building a new generation of active citizens and responsible leaders around the world. We support changemakers to develop and implement positive ideas for integrity in their communities, unleashing positive social and economic change.

As part of the Accountability Lab’s efforts to play a role in shaping the next generation of young nonprofit leaders in South Africa, the Lab is supporting a one year, fully immersive, accountability focused nonprofit management fellowship. Fellows are given the opportunity to participate in every aspect of managing a non-profit under the guidance of a senior staff member. The program includes: project management, partnership building and stakeholder relations; research, MEL and communications.

Accountability Lab South Africa (AL SA) seeks to appoint one Nonprofit Management Fellow to be based in Johannesburg, South Africa. The 2021 Fellowship will primarily focus on supporting implementation of our flagship Integrity Icon Campaign and other projects as assigned.

About you:

  • You are a motivated self-starter with a positive attitude and strong work-ethic.
  • You are curious about and plugged into where conversations about social and public sector accountability in South Africa are happening online, in politics and traditional media.
  • You are a team-player with a willingness to try new ideas, take risks and are quick to adapt to and learn from failure;
  • You are process-driven, unafraid to ask obvious questions and understand how small details can make or break the big picture.
  • You have a flair for bringing the right people, tools and resources to solve problems quickly but effectively.
  • You are a clear communicator and a good writer who knows what it takes to tell a compelling story.

About the role and responsibilities

  • Projects
    • Work with the Country Director, other staff and partners in implementing projects as assigned.
    • Maintain our relationships with key stakeholders in South Africa including through regular updates, dissemination of information and collateral.
  • Administration and Finances
    • Assist with meeting and process documentation as well as records management, including supporting the documentation of organisational growth and development processes.
    • Assist with tracking revenue and expenses against assigned budgets, monitoring cash flow, forecasting costs, and expense reporting.
  • Communications
    • Support the implementation of AL SA’s internal communications and external engagement strategy.
    • Coordinating and leveraging compelling story telling to communicate the impact of AL SA activities, projects and programmes.
  • Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning
    • Work with the AL SA team to gather case studies, quotes, impact statistics, and lessons learned from participants and beneficiaries of AL SA activities, projects and programmes.
    • Support in the analysis of monitoring data and preparation of outcome and impact reports.
    • Support the development of MEL plans as assigned.

Type: Fellowship

Eligibility: Recent University Graduate with a passion for social justice and up to 3 years workplace experience.

Candidate Profile

Fellows may come from any discipline or background with the intention of learning what it takes to work in- and manage a nonprofit or developing a specific set of skills which supports the work of civil society. We are looking for curious and ambitious self-starters; problem solvers with a can-do attitude and a learning mindset. A basic requirement for this Fellowship is that you have good computer skills. A sound working knowledge of Microsoft Office and comfort with the Google suite of online tools are must-haves, and familiarity working with design, publishing and multimedia editing tools such as Canva and Adobe Creative Cloud’s suite of apps are a plus!

Although some work-place experience is ideal, this is not an essential requirement. We believe that skills can be developed on-the-go through our structured learning program, but a demonstrable commitment to our values and sharing our enthusiasm for working in civil society and with social movements is essential for success in this role.

To be Taken at (Country): Johannesburg, South Africa.

Number of Awards: 1

Value of Award: A competitive monthly stipend

Duration of Award: 12-months

How to Apply: To apply, please send us your comprehensive CV and a motivation letter telling us why you are interested in this Fellowship program and what you expect to gain from it to: [email protected] by 18 June 2021. The Accountability Lab reserves the right to not make an appointment for this role. We regret, we can only consider applications from candidates with the right to live and work in South Africa at this time.

  • It is important to go through all application requirements in the Award Webpage (see Link below) before applying.
  • GOODLUCK

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Professor Lawrence Cram is a Visiting Fellow at the Australian National University working in the Department of Applied Mathematics. His interests include astronomy, mathematics, engineering, computing, and physics. Due to his extensive expertise, professor Cram has worked as a Professor of Physics at the University of Sydney and as the Deputy Vice-Chancellor at ANU during 2004-2012. In 2013, he retired as a Master, University House and Graduate House. In January 2014, he was appointed as an acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Charles Darwin University. Professor Cram is also a Fellow at the Royal Astronomical Society and the Australian Institute of Physics.
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