Program coordinator for the areas of anti-corruption

  • Open Society Foundations-Armenia
  • Duration: permanent
  • Education: elementary
  • Employment Type:
  • Closing Date: March 19, 2021
  • Posted on: February 24, 2021

The Open Society Foundations - Armenia is currently seeking applications for the position, program coordinator for the areas of anti-corruption.  


This position is under the supervision of the foundation’s

Deputy Director for Programs.


Job Profile:

  • Conduct research projects in the fields of anti-corruption, transparency and accountability;
  • Develop fact-, research-based strategic approaches based on the foundation’s priorities;
  • Participate in the implementation of field projects of the foundation;
  • Review and evaluate project proposals;
  • Manage, grants and projects within the foundation’s programs of anti-corruption, transparency and accountability.



Required Qualifications:

  • University degree in Public policy, Law and/or in Human Rights
  • A minimum of five years of experience anti-corruption, transparency and accountability development fields in an international organization.
  • Clear understanding of the critical anti-corruption challenges and needs in Armenia, of international trends and policies in anti-corruption, transparency and accountability, democracy promotion
  • Knowledge of public policy issues related to the reforms undertaken in Armenia, specifically in the field of anti-corruption, transparency and accountability.
  • In-depth knowledge of national strategies, legislation, regulations, commitments, obligations related to anti-corruption, transparency, accountability, and relevant international frameworks.
  • Strong dedication to the promotion and realization of anti-corruption, transparency and accountability, human rights and democracy in Armenia.
  • Experience of working with civil society groups, state institutions and international organizations.
  • Experience in undertaking research projects.
  • Willingness and capacity to learn new skills and approaches.
  • Self-motivation with an ability to set and meet goals.
  • Ability to work under pressure and willingness to work long hours.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Fluency in English and Armenian.


Deadline for the submission of applications (CV and a letter of motivation) is 17:00 p.m., March 19, 2021, via e-mail: Only short listed candidates will be invited to the interview.

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Program coordinator for the areas of anti-corruption

Open Society Foundations-Armenia

The Open Society Foundations were founded by George Soros, one of the world’s foremost
philanthropists, who since 1984 has given away $14 billion of a personal fortune made in the
financial markets.

Open Society has supported individuals and organizations across the globe fighting for freedom
of expression, transparency, accountable government, and for societies that promote justice and
equality. This giving has often focused on those who face discrimination purely for who they are,
such as Europe’s Roma people, and others pushed to the margins of mainstream society.
Soros has experienced such intolerance first-hand. Born in Hungary in 1930, he lived through the
Nazi occupation, which resulted in the murder of over 500,000 Hungarian Jews. In 1947, as the
Communists took power, Soros left Budapest for London and then emigrated to the United States,
entering the world of finance and investments where he was to make his fortune.
Soros began his philanthropy in 1979, giving scholarships to black South Africans under apartheid.
In the 1980s, he helped promote the open exchange of ideas in Communist Hungary; after the fall of
the Berlin Wall, he sought to strengthen democratic practice and institutions across East and Central
With the Cold War over, he expanded his philanthropy to the United States, Africa, and Asia, supporting a
vast array of new efforts to create more accountable, transparent, and democratic societies.

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