New Generation Humanitarian NGO announces an open vacancy for Youth Projects Cordinator. 


Duration– Contractual 


Location – Republic of Armenia, Yerevan 


Job description 


  • Organize and conduct capacity building courses, workshops, events for youth active groups, 
  • Organize public meetings, forums, conferences with participation of youth active groups, 
  • Coordinate the design and implementation of youth programs, 
  • Organize and coordinate the process of fundraising for youth programs, 
  •  Organize events for public presentation of project results, 
  • Organize and conduct youth needs assessment aimed at capacity building and mobilization of young people, 
  • As a member of the NGNGO team, actively organize and participate in the organization’s various meetings, events, initiatives, discussions, including giving feedbacks, response and training in the field, 
  • Ensure high quality project coordination, communication, written translations from Armenian to English and vice versa. 


Required qualifications and skills 


  • Work experience in the field of implementation of local and international, in particular, European youth programs coordination, 
  • Fundraising skills and capacity, 
  • Ability to learn new things and support new initiatives, 
  • Ability to establish and maintain relationships with partners, 
  • Excellent coordination skills, 
  • Computer skills (MS Office: WORD, EXCEL, PP, e-mail, Internet), 
  • Excellent knowledge of Armenian and English, working level of Russian, 
  • Ability of planning and time management, 
  • Ability to work with a wide range of young people, 
  • Ability to respond to and manage difficult situations, 
  • Facilitation and public speaking skills, 
  • Teamwork skills, 
  • Willingness to perform other responsibilities and work overtime. 


Salary – Contractual 



Application Procedure – To apply for this vacancy, please complete the following application by June 3, 2022 indicating  in the vacancy field of the application “Youth Projects Coordinator”.