Le projet InnovAgroWoMed est à la recherche d'experts dans les domaines de la gestion de projet et de la gestion financière

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In the framework of InnovAgroWoMed project, the Center of Economic and International Studies (CEIS) of the University of Rome Tor Vergata is looking for experts in the field of project management and financial management.
The deadline for the submission of applications is May 1st 2020. 

For the call for applicants in the field of project management click here
Among the tasks to be carried out:
-    contribute to the planning and management of the project in order to achieve the objectives and deliver the outputs on time and within budget limits;
-    contribute to the drafting of project management documents;
-    contribute to the development of stakeholder management and stakeholder engagement activities;
-    manage communications with the team, with stakeholders and with third parties;

For the call for applicants in the field of financial management click here
Among the tasks to be carried out:
-    contribute to the implementation of the project in relation to financial aspects, including accounting management and cost monitoring and control;
-    contribute to the production of reports and financial guidelines intended for project partners;
-    contribute to the identification of possible supplementary financing methods for the project through fundraising and scouting of opportunities;
-    contribute to the preparation of the Financial reports;

About the InnovAgroWoMed project:

The InnovAgroWoMed project aims at boosting women labour participation and entrepreneurship, especially for those in the NEET segment, by leveraging on the potential of the agri-food sector – an industry closely resonating with the cultural identity of the Mediterranean Basin, and showing a significant level of untapped potential in terms of innovation and growth in the Mediterranean.

InnovAgroWoMed project has been funded by EU through the ENI CBC Program Mediterranean Sea Basin (2014-2020), under thematic objective A.3 - Promotion of social inclusion and fight against poverty (Promote economic and social development) and priority A.3.1 - Provide young people, especially those belonging to the NEETS and women, with marketable skills. It’s a 3 year project, implemented in Italy, Spain, Tunisia and Palestine by a consortium of 5 partners: UTV (beneficiary), CESIE, JOVE, ASALA and CAWTAR (partners).