Based with a government-funded organisation who has a nationwide network of offices, the Project Coordinator will monitor project implementation and provide support and guidance to achieve the objectives of those Programmes. The role involves promoting a credible and professional relationship with all relevant stakeholders within the area of responsibility.
- Management of and support to a caseload of organisations, ensuring that all relevant information is communicated clearly and effectively.
- Oversee and monitor the performance of organisations against agreed project actions and milestones and expected outputs and outcomes.
- Challenge, troubleshoot and help problem-solve across a caseload of organisations.
- On-going liaison with other colleagues to ensure effective implementation of Programmes.
- Provide feedback regarding specific supports, training requirements, identifying risks, trends and suggesting how negative issues can be addressed.
- Support networking, exchange of good practice, and supporting the development of organisations through wider linkages networking
- Ensure good lines of communication are maintained with organisations. Co-work with team members in the Monitoring and Analysis Unit ensure effective monitoring of funded projects.
- Monitor and report on performance of organisations against agreed output, result and impact indicators
- Provide regular progress reports with respect to a caseload of organisations and/or grantees.
- Assist in the collection, collation and analysis of monitoring data
- Strong experience in project monitoring and provision of project support.
- Strong understanding and experience of social inclusion. Understanding and experience of the health care system and community based approaches to health care delivery.
- Experience in evaluating applications for funding, including economic appraisals i.e. value for money, financial viability
- Proficient in MS packages e.g. Word, Excel, Outlook coupled with CAD, programme databases, SharePoint portals
For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Eoghan Dalton