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Project Coordinator SB Espoir

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Organisation : SB OverSeas
Site web :
Adresse email :
Lieu de l'emploi : Brussels / Belgium
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée déterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Gestion de projet
Date de publication : 12/08/2018
Date limite : 30/08/2018


Essential Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree

Experience working with youth and/or developing youth activity plans

Experience writing proposals and presentations

Excellent communication skills

Fluent in English and very good in French

Good computer skills

Desirable Qualifications:

Community volunteer experience

Fundraising experience

Dutch speaker

Arabic, Pashto, or Dari language abilities

Personal Attributes:

Highly motivated and capable of independent work

Imaginative and creative

Comfortable and confident in front of large groups

Well organised

Capable of working under the pressure of tight deadlines

Displays strong personal initiative

Calm and rational with a logical and analytical approach to problems


Category: 3 month intern unpaid+ 8 month CD

Duration: 11 months

Reports To: Chairperson SB Overseas


Start: 13 Aug 2018


SB Overseas is a young non-profit, non-governmental organisation based in Brussels, Belgium. Founded in 2013, SB Overseas provides direct and urgent humanitarian aid to civilians in conflict zones in refugee camps in neighbouring countries. We give hope and opportunity to women and children whose lives have been torn apart by conflict by providing education, emergency aid and by fostering empowerment for refugees in Lebanon, Turkey, and Belgium.

The position of Project Coordinator SB Espoir is located in Brussels and is responsible for the development and implementation of weekend activity plans for refugee youth ages 14-18 years located at refugee centres in Uccle and Neder-Over-Heembeek. The Project Coordinator will create opportunities and coordinate activities for refugee youth that promote career exploration, civic engagement, social interaction, cultural awareness and which ease the integration into the local community.

Primary Tasks:

SB Espoir Activities

Explore, develop and coordinate weekend activities for refugee youth.

Plan weekend activities for youths aged 14-18 located at the refugee centres in Uccle and Neder-Over-Heembeek using SB resources and/or in conjunction with other partners

Work with staff located at the centres to explore possible activities, to advertise upcoming activities, to coordinate use of facilities and resources, and to provide feedback

Cultivate contacts with local secondary schools, community organisations, (local churches, mosques) local government, businesses, etc., to find “partners” willing to contribute to weekend activities via programmes, personnel or resources

Adapt activities depending on the status and abilities of the refugees

Work with the Volunteer Coordinator to recruit, and screen, volunteers for SB Espoir

Maintain the contact list of SB Espoir volunteers

Coordinate and confirm volunteer participation in SB Espoir activities each weekend

Document and catalogue activities related to SB Espoir for future reference and re-use, including contact details and Lessons-Learned

Preparation of weekly report on SB Espoir activities

Preparation of monthly report for donors

Search for Funding, Donations and Training Opportunities for SB Espoir and SB HQ

Search for calls from corporations, community groups, government agencies, etc., for funding, donations, or in-kind training opportunities

Prepare a training needs assessment for SB Espoir volunteers and SB HQ staff

Work with corporations and government agencies, etc., to take advantage of their volunteer programmes where volunteer hours can be donated: to SB HQ for training opportunities; to SB Espoir in support of weekend activities; or to SB Campagne for clothing collection drives

Coordinate annual SB “Community Day(s)” where external volunteers sponsored by corporations, government agencies other NGO’s or International Organisations, come to SB to receive briefings, awareness and training from SB staff. These external volunteers might also provide in-kind donations of training expertise for the development of SB staff

Secondary Tasks:

Create awareness in the local community and, where possible, encourage interaction with peer groups of similar age, such as: secondary schools, social events, etc.

Assist with the planning, coordination and follow-through of the clothing collection drive known as SB Campagne


Requires work every weekend /3 days in the HQ

Will require travel within Brussels area

May require periodic overtime

Expected weekend routine is:

Saturday: 1400-1630 Red Cross Centre in Uccle

Sunday: 1400-1700 Fedasil Centre in Neder-Over-Heembeek