The International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) is looking for a new RIAT Project Manager to join the ERRIN Team in Brussels.
The European Return and Reintegration Network (ERRIN) is an initiative of 15 Member States, FRONTEX and the European Commission. ICMPD is the implementing partner of the programme.
What is RIAT?
A truly European approach to reintegration assistance calls for a joint, unified information management system. The Reintegration Assistance Tool (RIAT) is a unique online platform that simplifies and standardises information exchange around the reintegration process to the best benefit of returnees, service partners and European counsellors.
Developed with the support of DG HOME, RIAT facilitates the management of information flow around reintegration. It provides a comprehensive overview of a case via a single communication platform, available to all authorised stakeholders. It makes the interaction between service partners and European Member States easier, ensuring that the same data is not entered and processed multiple times.
The Project Manager is responsible for developing and implementing a portfolio of training activities, organising a RIAT-support structure, establishing and managing a network of (potential) users and stakeholders and contributing to the further development of the tool.
The Project Manager organises for a prompt kick off/initiation of the project, including set up and recruitment of additional experts. S/he develops and maintains relationships with project partners, beneficiaries and other stakeholders as well as plans and coordinates implementation of all aspects of the project ensuring that the project is managed according to the approved project documentation, work plans and budgets in line with ICMPD’s rules and business processes as well as partner and donor agreements. The Project Manager ensures timely and qualitative delivery of project outputs and achievement of project results in close collaboration with the project team, project beneficiaries and donors as well as manages a smooth project finalisation and closure.
The Project Manager establishes and monitors the implementation of a project work plan ensuring that adequate data and information is gathered for assessment and reporting. S/he continuously analyses the implementation of the project, takes corrective action as required and assesses achieved results for quality and impact. The Project Manager plans and coordinates project communications activities and ensures that reporting on project progress and results is timely, of high quality and carried out in accordance with donor agreements. The Project Manager coordinates project’s contribution to ICMPD’s knowledge base and identifies and develops new projects and participates in resources mobilisation activities.
The Project Manager guides and assists the project team consisting of ICMPD personnel and consultants ensuring that the team works according to the project work plan and produces timely and qualitative outputs. S/he assesses works closely with CRM for financial management and coordinates her/his work with the other Project Managers. The Project Manager will work under the supervision of the Senior Programme Manager and will collaborate closely with the entire ERRIN Team. This position involves frequent travel to deliver training activities.
- A minimum of 5 years position-specific experience in management of migration projects in multiple countries, or multi-sector project in one country.
- Strong knowledge and understanding of return and reintegration service delivery, including knowledge of different national processes of reintegration service delivery.
- Experience in co-operation with EU Member states and reintegration partners/service providers in the field of reintegration service delivery is a distinct asset.
- Experience in developing and implementing training activities.
- Knowledge of monitoring and evaluation systems.
- Professional training in project cycle management. Certification in project management (Prince 2 or similar) is a distinct asset.
- Experience in project financial management.
- Knowledge of / experience with EMN-IES (European Migration Network – Information Exchange System) and its underlying IT-architecture is an asset.
Interested? Visit the ICMPD job site to see a full vacancy description and apply by 5 August 2020.