South Africa: Fellowship of Accountability Lab Nonprofit Management

South Africa: Fellowship of Accountability Lab Nonprofit Management

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What you need to know:

A generation of responsible and active leaders and citizens is now being developed by Accountability Lab, a global trans-slical network dedicated to making governance work for people by doing their best to promote engaged citizens, responsible leaders, and accountable institutions. One of our objectives is to assist changemakers in creating and implementing constructive ideas within their communities, fostering integrity, and acting as pillars of socioeconomic change.

Accountability Labs is generously financing a one-year fellowship in nonprofit management with an emphasis on accountability as part of its efforts to fulfill its mandate of fostering the next generation of nonprofit leaders in Africa (South Africa). Under the supervision of a senior staff member, fellows will have the chance to participate in every element of running a nonprofit. Partnership development, stakeholder relations, and project management, as well as MEL, communication, and research, are all part of the program.

One Nonprofit Management Fellow is desired by Accountability Lab South Africa (AL SA) to reside in Johannesburg, South Africa. The primary goal of the current Fellowship (2021) is to support the realization of our flagship Integrity Icon Campaign as well as other to-be-assigned projects.

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About you:

  • This is who you are, an attitude that is all positive, well-motivated, and strong work ethics.
  • You have high curiosity in anything conversational about social and public sector accountability in South Africa, whether it’s happening online, in politics or in traditional media.
  • You are have a team playing spirit and willing to exploit new ideas and always eager to learn from failures.
  • Always process-driven, not afraid to ask questions, and understand every detail, this can make or break the big picture.
  • You have likeness for connecting the right people, resources, and tools to proffer solution to problems as quickly as possible
  • You have good communication skills and writing skills as well. Must know what it takes to tell an awesome story.
  • Get more information at the accountability Lab website

Role and Responsibilities

  • Projects
    • To work with the Country Director, staff and other partners in implementing assigned projects.
    • To make sure our relationship with key stakeholders in South Africa including are maintained including through regular updates, dissemination of collateral and information.
  • Finances  and Administration
    • You are to assist with process documentation and meetings as well as record management, including supporting the organizational growth documentation and development process
    • You are to assist with tracking revenue & expense against budgets, monitoring cash flow, forecasting costs, expense reporting.
  • Communications
    • Supporting implementations of AL SA’s communications and external engagement strategy.
    • Leveraging on compelling storytelling to communicate the impacts of AL SA activities, programs, and projects.
  • Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning
  • Working with the AL SA team to gather case studies, impact statistics, quotes, and learned lessons from participants and beneficiaries of AL SA activities.
  • Supporting in analyzing monitoring data and preparing of outcome and impact reports
  • Supporting the development of MEL assigned plans

Type: Fellowship

Eligibility: Fresh graduates that have passion for social justice and have up to 3 years work-place experience.

Candidate Profile

However, they must be interested in learning about how to work with and manage a nonprofit organization or be in the process of acquiring certain abilities that enable working with civil society. New Fellows may come from any discipline or background. We are on the lookout for self-starters who are inquisitive and ambitious.

People who have a can-do attitude, value problem-solving, and view learning as a lifelong process. Good computer skills are another essential prerequisite for the fellowship. Microsoft Office proficiency and experience with the Google suite of online tools are prerequisites, and working knowledge of design, multimedia editing tools like Canvas, and the Adobe Creative Cloud software package is an advantage.

Although it may be helpful, employment experience is not a must. One of our beliefs is that while skills can be acquired on the job through our structured learning program, a dedication to our principles and a willingness to collaborate with social movements are more crucial for success in the roles.

South Africa: Fellowship of Accountability Lab Nonprofit Management

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: Send a cover letter with your resume outlining why you want to apply for this Fellowship program and what you want to gain from it to: by 18th July, 2023. The Accountability Lab is free to reject your application for this position. We apologize that at this time, the application is only open to people who are legally permitted to reside and work in South Africa. They are also reachable via this link.

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