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Finance Officer – EU Initiatives
Country: Hungary Organization: Validity Foundation Closing date: 10 Feb 2023 Validity Foundation (formerly the Mental Disability Advocacy Centre – MDAC) is seeking an experienced Finance Officer to coordinate effective financial administration of Validity’s EU co-funded initiatives. The post holder will hold overall responsibility for ensuring effective financial administration of Validity’s EU co-funded initiatives in close cooperation with members of the EU programs team. This is a full-time post for a finance professional who will have a key role in developing and maintaining effective financial control and reporting procedures for multiple consortium projects where Validity is the lead partner, or as a co-beneficiary. The ideal candidate will have a professional finance and/or accounting qualification, be experienced in project- and grant-based financial administration, and have a demonstrated track-record in effectively administering international initiatives comprised of multiple co-beneficiaries. A highly-organised and methodical individual is sought to keep track of spending on EU co-funded grants, drawing on their strong knowledge of eligibility criteria for EU funding, possessing a keen attention to detail, and holding a strong sense of accountability. They will provide ongoing monitoring and reporting on project budgets including consolidated consortium-level analyses, assist in the preparation of forecasting, budget consumption and amendment requests, and will act as the contact point for Validity staff and partners on fulfilment of contractual funding requirements. Deadline for applications: Friday 10 February 2023, 17:00 CET (Central European Time) Job description and person specification: PDF. Role Description Responsible for all aspects of financial administration of Validity’s EU co-funded initiatives (CERV and JUSTICE 2021-2027 Programmes), including the creation and maintenance of internal processes for booking and monitoring Validity and consortium-level spending, evaluating costs against approved grant budgets, collating and controlling required supporting documentation Maintaining accurate and up-to-date financial records using Microsoft Excel-based tracking systems, liaising with Validity’s bookkeepers and finance team, reconciling data from Validity’s accounting system with grant-based tracking systems, bank statement, etc. Developing strong and effective working relationships with finance and administrative staff from Validity’s partner organisations on EU co-funded initiatives, acting as a point of contact for finance-related queries, collecting and controlling financial reports and supporting documentation on an ongoing basis, and working with colleagues to identify and rectify any issues Ensuring smooth progression of contracting, invoicing and payment processes in relation to services for EU co-funded projects, in accordance with EU financing rules and Validity’s Finance Policy, confidently liaising regularly with Validity’s staff, contractors, suppliers, partners, volunteers, banks, and others, as required Handling and processing human resources-related documentation including timesheets, contracts and amendments, and preparing correspondence to donors as needed. Assisting booking of travel, accommodation and event-related logistics as requested, and processing expense claims. Contributes to the work of preparing internal financial reports and donor reports in a variety of formats, and regular financial routines including month-end and year-end closing and reconciliation Organising and filing documentation in Validity’s physical and electronic finance and administration files (SharePoint) Contributing to financial and administrative aspects of new project applications. Other tasks commensurate with the role Qualifications and experience Finance or accounting qualification, or Chartered Accountant University degree (B.A. or higher) in relevant subjects (e.g. administration, finance, management, European studies, or other courses related to this profile) Proven experience of financial administration of one or more EU co-funded consortium projects Experience with CERV and Justice 2021-2027 programmes is a plus A minimum of 3 years’ relevant experience, preferably in an international environment Knowledge, skills and attributes Commitment to Validity’s mission, vision, values and goals. Excellent spoken and written English; Hungarian language skills desirable. Strong attention to detail, excellent financial literacy, and highly organised. Advanced Excel skills, and confident user of IT systems including Word, Zoom, Skype, Microsoft Teams, Outlook, SharePoint, etc.. Experience using Serpa (Hungarian accounting software), or similar, an advantage. Respectful, clear and professional communication at all times. Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with a can-do approach, including when working remotely. Able to work well in a team, as well as independently, with the ability to effectively manage a range of competing priorities. Responsible, accountable and takes pride in completing tasks to a high professional standard. A proactive, solution-oriented and resourceful individual, who can take the initiative and approach challenging situations constructively and calmly. Proactively seeks information, guidance and clarifications when required. Willing to invest in professional development, learning new skills and actively seeks feedback Salary range: EUR 2,000 – 2,600 gross per month (dependent on experience) Location: European Union, with a preference for Budapest, Hungary. Hybrid or remote options will be considered for exceptional candidates How to applyApplications should be comprised of a motivation letter of no longer than two pages (Times New Roman, 10 px, single-spaced), outlining how the candidate meets the person specification for the post. A comprehensive CV and copies of certificates and professional memberships should be attached. The motivation letter should clearly specify the applicant’s telephone number and email address, and provide the names and contact details of two professional referees who can comment on the candidate’s suitability for the post, one of whom must be the candidate’s current or most recent employer. Completed applications should be sent by email to: jointheteam@validity.ngo, with the subject line “Application – Finance Officer, EU initiatives”. Deadline for applications: Friday 10 February 2023, 17:00 CET (Central European Time) Note: Candidates must hold the right to reside and work within the European Union; preference will be given to people who self-identify as having a disability. Please note Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Partial and incomplete applications cannot be considered. Persons with disabilities who fulfil the post requirements will be prioritised and are encouraged to apply. Candidates who require reasonable accommodations for any stage of the recruitment process may email jointheteam@validity.ngo.
Chief of Party (COP) for the ongoing USAID Libya Economic Acceleration Project (LEAP/Aqfuz)
Country: Tunisia Organization: Chemonics Closing date: 15 Feb 2023 Chemonics seeks a Chief of Party (COP) for the ongoing USAID Libya Economic Acceleration Project (LEAP/Aqfuz). LEAP aims to enhance economic opportunities for the target group in Libya’s south by increasing their effectiveness through contributing to the following objectives 1) strengthen entrepreneurship skills and opportunities for vulnerable and historically marginalized populations; 2) improve the productivity of Micro-, Small- and Medium-Enterprises (MSMEs) among the target populations; 3) increase vocational and technical training with a focus on market demands, and 4) increase assistance to businesses in all phases of their life cycle, all which will help build economic resilience among the target population and promote stabilization, peacebuilding, and conflict prevention. The Chief of Party will be responsible for leading all technical, financial, and administrative aspects of the program and will coordinate closely with USAID in developing, implementing, and revising the project’s overall field strategy. The COP will take a leadership role in coordination among USAID, Chemonics Washington, and LEAP partners. This position requires political gravitas as s/he will interact with numerous Government of Libya institutions and senior-level national and county-level government officials and other donor-funded programs working in the area. He/she maintains effective relationships and coordination with government, NGOs, and other donors and ensures compliance with the contract including timely, high-quality results. This is a full – time position based in Tunis with as-needed travel to Libya depending on the security situation. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world. Responsibilities include: Provide overall project leadership, management, and technical direction, ensuring a common vision across project components and actors. Serve as the project’s primary liaison with USAID, the Libyan government, and local and regional partners. Oversee strategic work planning, performance management, strategic communications, contractual and budgetary aspects of program management, and timely preparation of the annual implementation plan. Responsible for the overall and direct implementation of activities, and ensure all project technical assistance is high quality, technically sound, and appropriate. Responsible for providing oversight of grant activities, including supervision of the program staff, ensuring appropriate grant design, ensuring that procedures are established and complied with for grant development, grant worthiness, grant implementation, management, monitoring, evaluation, and grant closing. Responsible for contributing to the design and implementation of the M&E; system at the activity and program levels and for ensuring that all programming is properly monitored and evaluated Overall responsibility for the management and oversight of systems, such as sub-contractor(s), employees, etc., that support the security of staff and temporary employees hired through the program, as well as security of physical and information items related to the program. Provides guidance and mentoring to senior technical staff. Oversee strategic communications with project donor and external audiences. Identify issues and risks related to project implementation in a timely manner, suggesting appropriate adjustments. Duration This is a long-term assignment. The expected duration is at least one year. Qualifications: An advanced degree in international development, political science, public or business administration, or a related social science field. A minimum of six (6) years of work experience with complex, high-speed, and challenging field operations in developing countries. Demonstrated record of leading complex donor-funded programs focused on stabilization in conflict and post-conflict environments, experience in EG-related programs, preferably on Libya-facing projects. USAID experience strongly preferred. Extensive project management leadership experience, including human resources, procurement, subcontracts, accounting/finance, as well as monitoring, evaluating, and learning, documenting project performance, evaluating subcontractor and grantee activities, and providing overall direction. Proven track record managing multi-disciplinary development programs and teams, engaging effectively with stakeholders (including national-level governments), fostering collaborative learning and adaptive management, and addressing gender equality and social inclusion. Experience working in Libya or other North African, Middle Eastern, highly desired, but not required Fluency in written and oral English required Arabic language proficiency is preferred. How to applyApplication Instructions: Please send an email with your CV and cover letter attached with “ Chief of Party (COP)” in the subject line to LEAPJobs@chemonics.com by Wednesday February 15, 2023. No telephone inquiries, please. Chemonics will contact finalists. Chemonics is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factors. Chemonics values the protection of your personal data. If you are in the European Union, please read our EU Recruiting Data Privacy Notice to learn how we process personal data. You may access the notice via the following link: https://chemonics.com/eu-recruiting-data-privacy-notice/.
Procurement Officer
Country: Uganda Organization: Association for Aid and Relief Japan Closing date: 5 Feb 2023 Conditions of Employment: Project: Child Protection Assistance for Congolese Refugees in Kyangwali Refugee Settlement and its Host Community/ Emergency Food Assistance in Karamoja Duty Station: AAR Japan Hoima Office/Kotido Office Duration: Mid/Late-February to 15th November with one (1) months probationary period Housing Allowance Available Other regulations & benefits: According to Work Regulation of AAR Uganda Office Job Description: The Procurement Officer is responsible to procurement of project-related items required for the project implementation in Kyangwali Refugee Settlement and its host community/ Kotido District in Karamoja through coordination with other staff in the office. S/he undertakes the responsibility in accordance with the AAR Japan’s Procurement Guidelines to conduct all the necessary procedures under the his/her supervisors. This position may occasionally require business trips to Kampala and other district/cities. Scope of Works: Estimate the cost of items required and liaise with potential suppliers in consultation with the supervisors. Ensure the quality of items to be procured while negotiating for the best deal by establishing sound relationship with suppliers. Review and analyze suppliers, items’ quality and the price to maximize the benefit of the project beneficiaries. Coordinate thoroughly with the beneficiaries, partner organizations and authorities to deliver the procured items without any delay. Work with/assist the supervisors for tendering and contracting a supplier. Keep full records of purchased, stocked, outgoing, returned items under the project for the accountability purposes. Perform any other duties requested by the supervisors. Experience Required: More than three (5) years of experience in the field of procurement or logistics in NGO/Commercial sector. Experience in working with humanitarian/aid organizations with strong commitment in the past would be advantageous. Experience in working at a refugee settlement or a refugee camp would be advantageous. Qualification Required: Bachelor’s Degree in the relevant field. Residing in Uganda and able to station in Hoima/Kotido. Language: Fluency in both written and spoken English. Knowledge of Kiswahili, Lunyoro, Karamojon, French and other locally spoken languages would be advantageous. Excellent MS Office skills (MS Word, MS Excel etc.). Strong motivation to commit oneself to be a part of a humanitarian/aid organization. Strong coordination and negotiation/communication skills. Self-driven with problem-solving skills and capability to work under minimum supervision. Capability to complete assignments with tight deadlines under challenging circumstances. Punctuality. How to applyInterested individuals should submit their application to aar.uganda.hr@gmail.com by 5th February 2023 (EAT 23:59). No paper application is accepted. Note: Incomplete application shall not be considered. The email Subject Title shall be: “Procurement Officer._Your Full Name”. Document to be submitted: Cover Letter (Shall not exceed one (1) A4 page) The title of the attached file shall be: “Cover Letter_Procurement Officer_Your FullName”. Curriculum Vitae (CV) The title of the attached file shall be: “CV_Procurement Officer_Your FullName”. Include at least three (3) referees, one must be from the most recent employer. Copy of Academic and Work Certificates Copy of ID Note: Only shortlisted candidates shall be notified personally for further selection process. Deadline for Application: 23:59, 5th February 2023
Field Officer (Protection)
Country: Uganda Organization: Association for Aid and Relief Japan Closing date: 5 Feb 2023 Conditions of Employment: Project: Child Protection Assistance for Congolese Refugees in Kyangwali Refugee Settlement and its Host Community Duty Station: AAR Japan Hoima Office and Kikuube Duration: Mid/Late-February to 15th November with one (1) months probationary period Housing Allowance Available Other regulations & benefits: According to Work Regulation of AAR Uganda Office Job Description: The Field Officer (Protection) is to work under direct supervision of the Project Officer to implement the day-to-day activities carried out in Kyangwali Refugee Settlement under the project. While being based in the Hoima Office, s/he is responsible to execute the project activities to manage cases of children at risk at assigned schools in the target area. The day-to-day tasks include, but not limited to, activity planning, liaising with the stakeholders, budget and asset monitoring, activity implementation, activity reporting. The Field Officer (Protection) may occasionally have business trips to Kampala and other districts/cities. The position requires hands-on working experience in fields of child protection and education as an aid worker. Scope of Works: Identify children at risk in the assigned schools in coordination with the community, including teachers, parents/guardians and fellow students. Develop an individual support plan for an identified child at risk in coordination with the project stakeholders. Assist the communities (teachers, parents/guardians etc.) to conduct their day-to-day activities. Make referral of children at risk to other professionals in the Settlement and/or District. Organize club/recreational activities to facilitate the well-being of the beneficiaries at the project target schools. Conduct regular follow-ups and monitoring of the cases identified in coordination with the project stakeholders. Coordinate with the stakeholders (schools, communities etc.) for the smooth implementation of the project. Maintain case records appropriately. Analyze and compile the data from the project’s target areas to follow the trends and situation in the Settlement. Collect and share any project-relevant information through attending coordination meetings and consultative meetings to represent AAR Japan. Perform any other duties requested by the supervisors. Experience Required: More than three (3) years of experience in community development and casework handling (preferably focusing on children at risk) in NGO sector. More than three (3) years of experience in emergency relief activities in aid organizations. Experience in implementing projects for child protection and education. Experience in facilitating workshops, seminars and community engagement. Experience in working at a refugee settlement or a refugee camp, especially with Congolese refugees, would be advantageous. Qualification Required: Bachelor’s Degree in the relevant field (Development Studies, Education, Social Work, Community Based Development, Psychology etc.). Residing in Uganda and able to station in Hoima. Language: Fluency in both written and spoken English. Knowledge of Kiswahili, Lunyoro, French and other locally spoken languages would be advantageous. Excellent MS Office skills (MS Word, MS Excel etc.). Strong motivation to commit oneself to be a part of a humanitarian/aid organization. Strong coordination and negotiation/communication skills. Self-driven with problem-solving skills and capability to work under minimum supervision. Capability to complete assignments with tight deadlines under challenging circumstances. Capability to produce quality reporting to his/her supervisors. Punctuality. How to applyInterested individuals should submit their application to aar.uganda.hr@gmail.com by 5th February 2023 (EAT 23:59). No paper application is accepted. Note: Incomplete application shall not be considered. The email Subject Title shall be: “Field Officer (Protection)_Your Full Name”. Document to be submitted: Cover Letter (Shall not exceed one (1) A4 page) The title of the attached file shall be: “Cover Letter_Field Officer (Protection)_Your FullName”. Curriculum Vitae (CV) The title of the attached file shall be: “CV_Field Officer (Protection)_Your FullName”. Include at least three (3) referees, one must be from the most recent employer. Copy of Academic and Work Certificates Copy of National ID Note: Only shortlisted candidates shall be notified personally for further selection process. Deadline for Application: 23:59, 5th February 2023
SRO - AO6 - HR Technical Assistant (National Position)
Country: Jordan Organization: Norwegian Refugee Council Closing date: 13 Feb 2023 NRC currently has more than 2,000 staff in the Middle East region assisting people displaced by conflict in Syria. As a leading humanitarian organization, we support displaced persons by implementing programs across the Shelter, Education, Food Security, Information Counseling and Legal Assistance (ICLA) and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sectors with strong protection and resilience focus integrated into our programs. In the Middle East, NRC has over 3000 staff dedicated to assisting people affected by the conflict in Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, and Palestine. Its humanitarian interventions are based upon its programming expertise in the Core Competencies of Shelter, Education, Water and Sanitation Hygiene, Food Security, along with Information Counselling and Legal Assistance (ICLA) to forcibly displaced people. The Syrian Crisis is well into its eight-year, but the level and intensity of conflict in the country remain high. Humanitarian and protection need continue to grow inside of Syria as a result of the ongoing conflict and consequent complex emergency situation in which displacement is both massive and widespread. The purpose of the HR Technical Assistant position is to provide administrative and HR technical support in HR areas of functions. The HR Technical Assistant will support the maintenance of updated HR records, recruitment, and will provide general administration and HR support to ensure the smooth functioning of the NRC Syria Response office, accommodations, and HR team in accordance with NRC’s HR policies and procedures and relevant donor guidelines. The HR Technical Assistant is the first person whom NRC employees will approach for getting their administration and HR issues resolved. S/he will liaise closely with logistics, Finance, and all other departments. Generic responsibilities Adhere to NRC policies, tools, handbooks, and guidelines. Assist a range of support with the implementation of the HR portfolio according to the plan of action. independently Implements procedures and activities within HR as delegated. Responsible for organising and delivery of tasks in line with priorities and standards. Develop and maintain knowledge of the specialist area of work in which technical assistance and support is being provided, in order to be most effective in supporting the team. Use initiative in day to day problem solving in line with agreed procedures, priorities, and standards for the area of work. Prepare and develop status reports as required by management. Ensure proper filing of documents. Comply with NRC’s HR policies and procedures. Support in any other issue relevant to the HR function. Specific responsibilities Maintain computerized and manual personnel records in line with internal procedures, regulatory requirements, and confidentiality requirements. Support in different HR functions such as filing personnel files, scheduling interviews, scheduling training, etc. Prepare and share contracts and renewals for national staff and daily workers. Follow-up on mandatory training archiving and update related trackers. Follow-up and update staff’s trackers such as HR database, work from home tracker, acting tracker, secondment tracker, child care tracker, maternity tracker, etc. Focal point for mandatory training and maintains updated tracker. Prepare, share, and collect national staff timesheets and payslips. Staff focal point in terms of leaves for Amman national staff and maintaining up-to-date leaves balance. Maintain and update the contact list and organogram for Amman and field staff. Prepare official HR letters such as experience letters, salary transfer letters, and addendum letters for national staff. Coordinate the onboarding process for staff and daily workers in Amman and the field. Ensure that HR archives are in use and maintained according to the NRC regulations (both hard and soft copies). Ensure confidentiality of HR-related information and handle it with sensitivity and care. Attend all meetings assigned by the line manager and prepare reports. Fulfill any other HR-related tasks that may be assigned by the line manager. Generic professional competencies for this position • 1 year of experience working in a humanitarian/recovery context or equivalent. • Previous experience working in complex and volatile contexts. • Documented results related to the position’s responsibilities. • Knowledge about own leadership skills/ profile. • Fluency in Arabic and English, both written and verbal. Context/specific skills, knowledge and experience • Bachelor’s degree in business administration, social studies, or other related disciplines. • Advanced computer skills in Microsoft office (MS Excel, Word, PPT, and outlook). • Very good communication and interpersonal skills. • Proven experience in personnel and recruitment is a must. • Detail orientation and the ability to properly track and systematically follow up on the completion of tasks. Strong organisational and teamwork skills. • Highly approachable, trustworthy, and confidential. • Good diplomacy and negotiation skills. • Good cultural awareness and sensitivity. • Ability to promote high team spirit. Behavioural competencies These are personal qualities that influence how successful people are in their job. NRC’s Competency Framework states 12 behavioural competencies, the following are essential for this position: • Handling insecure environment. • Planning and delivering results. • Communicating with impact and respect. • Working with people. We can offer -Candidates are encouraged to apply early, as applications may be screened prior to the vacancy deadline -Contract period: till 30 June 2023 renewable subjected to availability of funds and level of performance -Duty Station: This position will be based in the NRC office in Amman -Salary/benefits: According to NRC’s salary scale and terms and conditions -For more information, please see the attached Job Description. -Application deadline: 13 February 2023. How to applyOnly applications through the following link will be considered:https://23109900.webcruiter.no/Main/Recruit/Public/4613460256?link_source_id=0
Administrative and Accounting Officer
Country: Uganda Organization: Association for Aid and Relief Japan Closing date: 5 Feb 2023 Conditions of Employment: Project: Child Protection Assistance for Congolese Refugees in Kyangwali Refugee Settlement and its Host Community/Food Assistance in Karamoja Duty Station: AAR Japan Hoima Office/Kotido Office Housing Allowance Available Other regulations & benefits: According to Work Regulation of AAR Uganda Office Job Description: The Administrative and Accounting Officer is to act as the point of contact for all employees, providing administrative support and managing the overall working environment. Main duties include, but not limited to, managing office stock, recording daily expenditures, preparing financial reports and budget plans, organizing and updating administrative records. Scope of Works: Manage stock of office supplies and project materials in the office/warehouse/storeroom. Liaise with suppliers and procure items/goods necessary for the office use. Keep proper and correct records of all the office consumables and assets. Arrange travel and logistics for staff when traveling outside the duty station. Draft contracts related to the project and the office administration. Manage and maintain staff contracts, attendance, leave records etc. Carry any other administrative duties such as filing, typing, copying, binding, scanning etc. Manage and control petty cash in the office. Record accounting entries for daily expenditures. Organize and maintain accounting documents (bills, cash slips, invoices, receipts, etc.) Work closely with supervisors to prepare budget plans, internal monthly accounting report and financial report for donors. Work closely with the operation team to manage the budget for the accountable execution of the projects. Communicate with external accountants about staff payrolls, tax calculations and an annual audit. Fulfill all the demands pertaining to accounting and finance process. Perform any other duties requested by the supervisors. Experience Required: More than three (5) years of experience in the field of Administration and Accounting in the NGO/Commercial sector. Experience in working with humanitarian/aid organizations with strong commitment in the past would be advantageous. Experience in working at a refugee settlement or a refugee camp would be advantageous. Qualification Required: Holding a Bachelor’s Degree in business administration or relevant fields. Residing in Uganda and able to station in Hoima or Karamoja Language: Fluency in both written and spoken English. Knowledge of Kiswahili, Lunyoro, Karamojon, French and other locally spoken languages would be advantageous. Excellent MS Office skills (MS Word, MS Excel etc.). Strong motivation to commit oneself to be a part of a humanitarian/aid organization. Strong coordination and negotiation skills with AAR Japan’s stakeholders. Self-driven with problem-solving skills and capability to work under minimum supervision. Capability to complete assignments with tight deadlines under challenging circumstances. Punctuality. How to applyInterested individuals should submit their application to aar.uganda.hr@gmail.com by 5th February 2023 (EAT 23:59). No paper application is accepted. Note: Incomplete application shall not be considered. The email Subject Title shall be: “Admin Officer_Your Full Name”. Document to be submitted: Cover Letter (Shall not exceed one (1) A4 page) The title of the attached file shall be: “Cover Letter_Admin Officer_Your FullName”. Curriculum Vitae (CV) The title of the attached file shall be: “CV_Admin Officer_Your FullName”. Include at least three (3) referees, one must be from the most recent employer. Copy of Academic and Work Certificates Copy of National ID Note: Only shortlisted candidates shall be notified personally for further selection process. Deadline for Application: 23:59, 5thFebruary 2023
Coordinateur.trice Projet - MALI - Goundam - H/F
Country: Mali Organization: ALIMA Closing date: 21 Feb 2023 PRÉSENTATION ALIMA SOIGNER - INNOVER - ENSEMBLE : Depuis sa création en 2009, ALIMA a soigné plus de 4 millions de patientes et patients, et déploie aujourd’hui ses opérations dans 11 pays d’Afrique. En 2018, nous avons développé 41 projets de réponse médicale humanitaire pour répondre aux besoins de populations touchées par les conflits, les épidémies et l’extrême pauvreté. L’ensemble de ces projets se font en appui aux autorités sanitaires nationales à travers 330 structures de santé (dont 28 hôpitaux et 300 centres de santé). Nous travaillons en partenariat, notamment avec des ONGs locales, dès que cela est possible afin de nous assurer que nos patients et patientes bénéficient de l’expertise là où elle se trouve, que ce soit au niveau de leur pays ou du reste du monde. Par ailleurs, pour améliorer la réponse humanitaire, nous menons des projets de recherches opérationnelles et cliniques notamment dans le domaine de la lutte contre la malnutrition et les fièvres virales hémorragiques. L'ÉQUIPE ALIMA : Plus de 2000 personnes œuvrent actuellement pour ALIMA. Les équipes terrain, au plus proche des patientes et patients, reçoivent leur support des équipes de coordination généralement basées en capitale des pays d’intervention. Celles-ci reçoivent le support des 4 équipes desk et de l’équipe du service urgences et ouvertures basées au siège opérationnel de Dakar, Sénégal. Les équipes de Paris et New-York travaillent activement à la collecte de fonds ainsi qu’à la représentation d’ALIMA. Le reste de la Galaxie ALIMA comprend des individus et des équipes partenaires qui travaillent pour le compte d’autres organisations telles que les ONGs médicales BEFEN, ALERTE Santé, SOS Médecins / KEOOGO, AMCP, les organismes de recherche PACCI, INSERM, les Universités de Bordeaux ou de Copenhague, l’ONG Solidarités International et bien d’autres. NOS PAYS D’INTERVENTIONS : Mali, Burkina Faso, République Centrafricaine, Nigeria, Niger, Tchad, République Démocratique du Congo, Cameroun, Guinée, Soudan du Sud, Mauritanie. NOS THÉMATIQUES PROJET : Malnutrition, Santé Maternelle, Santé Primaire, Pédiatrie, Paludisme, Épidémies (Ebola, Choléra, Rougeole, Dengue), Hospitalisation, Urgences, Violences Basées sur le Genre, santé mentale... CONTEXTE : 2022 -2023 ALIMA intervient au Mali depuis juin 2011 aux côtés de l’ONG malienne AMCP - SP, avec un premier projet dans le Sud du Mali, dans la région de Koulikoro, visant à réduire la mortalité des enfants de moins de 5 ans, cette intervention a pris fin en fin 2018. ALIMA/AMCP - SP intervient également depuis mars 2012 dans la région de Tombouctou, en réponse au conflit au Nord du Mali et à l’effondrement du système sanitaire dans cette zone. Après un appui au service des urgences de l’hôpital de Tombouctou, finalement cédé à MSF-F, ALIMA/AMCP- SP a appuyé les districts sanitaires de Goundam et de Diré, aujourd’hui seules les activités de Diré ont été réduites à l’appui aux populations déplacées internes. L’intervention de Goundam qui ne concernait que la partie sud du district s’est entendue suite aux affrontements entre groupes armés qui ont entraîné de nombreux mouvements de population en avril et mai 2014 au nord de Goundam, l’appui concerne désormais le CSREF et 26 CSCOM. ALIMA/AMCP -SP a étendu ces activités en 2018 au centre avec un projet d’appui aux déplacé.e.s internes menés à Niono et rouvert sa base de Dioila pour un projet de recherche relatif à l’introduction de l’oxymètre de pouls dans les soins de santé primaires. Actuellement, ALIMA/AMCP-SP intervient dans 3 régions du Mali et dans la capitale Bamako avec la mise en œuvre de 5 projets : Région de Tombouctou, DS de Goundam, projet dans le secteur de santé-nutrition ; soins de santé primaire dans 25 CSCom et soins secondaires au CSRéf de Goundam, avec la stratégie gratuité ciblée (Enfants <5ans et FEFA) dans les 7 CSCom au sud du district, et gratuité totale dans les 18 CSCom de Goundam. Un accès de soins aux déplacé.e.s internes dans les 5 communes du DS de Diré. Région de Ségou, district de Niono, avec un projet d’appui aux SSP aux populations déplacées dans les 12 communes du cercle de Niono, PEC des enfants de 6 mois-59 mois MAS dans 16 AS de district, et gratuité ciblée chez les enfants < 5ans et FEFA dans 16 CSCom. Région de Koulikoro, district sanitaire de Dioïla, avec un projet de recherche : AIRE (amélioration de diagnostic de l’Insuffisance respiratoire chez l’enfant, avec introduction de l’oxymétrie de Pouls dans le PCIME au niveau des soins de santé primaire (au niveau CSCom). Région sanitaire de Bamako, dans le District sanitaire de la Commune, avec un projet de recherche : Projet OptiMA : Optimisation de la prise en charge de la Malnutrition Aiguë (MAS et MAM). Essai pilote dans le district sanitaire de la commune I. LIEU DU POSTE : Goundam - MALI PROTECTION DES BÉNÉFICIAIRES ET DES MEMBRES DE LA COMMUNAUTÉ Niveau 3 : Dans le cadre de ses fonctions, le ou la titulaire du poste sera amené·e à visiter les programmes et être en contact avec des enfants ou/et des adultes vulnérables. Par conséquent, la vérification du casier judiciaire ou la présentation d'un certificat de bonne vie et mœurs sera nécessaire. Dans les situations où l’impossibilité de fournir un casier judiciaire ou un certificat de bonne vie et mœurs est constatée, une déclaration sur l’honneur sera demandée. LIENS FONCTIONNELS ET HIERARCHIQUES Rend compte au chef ou à la cheffe de mission basé·e en coordination. Encadre l’équipe de cadre du projet Collabore avec la coordination (médicale, logistique et financière et des ressources humaines) et avec les partenaires. MISSION PRINCIPALE Sous la supervision du.de la Chef.ffe de Mission, le.la coordinateur.rice projet est responsable de la mise en œuvre de la stratégie opérationnelle pays dans sa zone d’intervention, en lien avec le plan stratégique triennal et la mandat d’ALIMA. ACTIVITÉS PRINCIPALES Définition et planification stratégique Identifie et analyse les besoins médicaux et humanitaires en collaboration avec le Référent Médical Propose un setup opérationnel et une planification pertinente (chronogramme, budget, plan d’approvisionnement…) Évalue les risques et les contraintes, et propose l’adaptation de la stratégie et du plan d’action Mise en œuvre des programmes Gestion et suivi du projet Contrôle le respect du chronogramme établi et des objectifs fixés. Évalue les objectifs du projet et de leurs mises en œuvre (financiers, humains, logistiques…) Fait le suivi de chaque département présent sur sa base et s’assure de la bonne mise en œuvre des activités selon les objectifs fixés. Assure une communication efficace au sein de son équipe et une circulation fluide de l’information (objectifs opérationnels, outils, chronogramme, contexte…). Représentation Collabore avec les acteurs humanitaires et médicaux afin de garantir une bonne coordination des activités et des équipes dans la zone d’intervention et la mutualisation des moyens. Après validation du chef de mission ou de la cheffe de mission, peut être solliciter pour porter des messages de plaidoyer auprès des acteurs et/ou des autorités locales. Entretient des relations étroites et des échanges réguliers avec les autorités administratives et sanitaires pour la bonne conduite du projet (signature et respect des MoU, négociation des ressources allouées aux activités, mise en œuvre conjointe des activités…). Avec l’appui de la coordination pays (chef de mission et/ou coordinateur médical), organise les visites des partenaires techniques et financiers dans sa zone d’intervention. Gestion des moyens matériels et financiers Supervise et valide la bonne utilisation des moyens mis à la disposition par ALIMA pour la réalisation du projet, de l’ensemble des commandes (médicales et logistiques) et des achats du projet. Contrôle le suivi mensuel de l’état des dépenses et des engagements du projet et participe à l’analyse des données financières avec le responsable administratif sa base Veille au respect des standards dans la gestion administrative du projet. Contrôle le suivi mensuel de l’état de la logistique du projet et participe à l’analyse des données avec le RLP du ou des projets de sa zone d’intervention(suivi des stocks, équipements, parc véhicule, communication…). Responsable de la mise en place et du suivi du plan d'approvisionnement en collaboration avec le RLP. Analyse des données et reporting Propose des indicateurs programmatiques SMART et pertinents afin d’évaluer, suivre et garantir la qualité du projet selon les protocoles ALIMA et les normes internationales (SPHERE, OMS…). Supervise la mise en place d’un système de collecte et d’analyse de données médicales et de surveillance épidémiologique (avec l’appui et la validation de la coordinatrice ou du coordinateur médical.e) et de son évolution en fonction des besoins. Consolide les rapports de tous les départements et analyse les données pour partage à la coordination selon le chronogramme mission (SITREP). Contribue à l’écriture des projets et futurs projets de sa zone d’intervention ainsi qu’au reporting interne et opérationnel de tous les projets de la même zone. Encadrement et animation d’équipes Identifie des formations pour ses équipes. Réalise les POP (plan des objectifs de performance) des membres de l’équipe sous sa responsabilité directe en collaboration avec leur référent.s techniques.s et veille à ce que ceux-ci garantissent les POP pour leurs équipes. Réalise l’évaluation de fin de mission des membres de son équipe en collaboration avec leur.s référent.s technique.s et partage au chef de mission et à l’administration Planifie les remplacements du personnel de son projet. Contribue à la rédaction des profils de poste. Participe à la composition des équipes. Responsable de l’accueil et du briefing des nouveaux arrivants expatriés Alima. Définir les profils de poste et les plan d’objectifs de performance des membres de son équipe Réaliser les bilans de son équipe dans une approche de parcours professionnel Analyse et gestion de la sécurité Évalue les risques et menaces liés à la mise en œuvre des activités. Établit les règles de sécurité pour sa zone d'intervention, sous validation de la coordination pays, Identifie et développe un réseau afin de garantir la sécurité des équipes et l’accès aux populations vulnérables ciblées par le projet. Collecte, centralise et analyse les informations liées au contexte sécuritaire et partage avec le chef de mission pour faciliter les prises de décisions Mise en œuvre des mesures de prévention contre les abus de pouvoir, les violences sexistes et sexuelles : S’assure que son équipe, les partenaires et les membres de la communauté connaissent la politique d’ALIMA et ont accès à l’information (mécanisme de remontée des plaintes, focal point…). Facilite l’organisation de formations et de séances de sensibilisation Applique les standards relatifs à la prévention des abus de pouvoir, des violences sexistes et sexuelles. S’assure que les membres de son équipe et ceux des partenaires impliqués sur le projet (Ministère de la Santé, partenaires nationaux…) suivent les formations et les séances de sensibilisation et appliquent les règles de prévention des abus. Contribue à créer et maintenir un environnement épanouissant et protecteur pour son équipe, les membres de la communauté et les partenaires impliqués sur le projet. Expérience et Compétences Vous avez une expérience préalable à un poste équivalent en ONG Internationale, dans des contextes sécuritaires dégradés et des contextes d’urgence. Vous avez une qualification médicale ou paramédicale ou une expérience en gestion de projets médicaux Compétences Manager participatif, vous avez un très bon esprit d’équipe ; Ouverture vers l’autre, capacité à travailler dans une équipe multiculturelle ; Capacité à travailler de manière autonome, très bonne organisation ; Envie d’apprendre, capacité à se remettre en question ; Force de proposition, esprit d’initiative, innovation ; Capacité d’écoute, bonne communication. Langues : La maîtrise orale et écrite du français est indispensable La compréhension de l’anglais et d’une langue locale est un atout Conditions Durée et type de contrat : CDD de droit français de 06 mois avec possibilité de prolongation Prise de poste : 20/03/2023 Salaire : Salaire grille salariale ALIMA + valorisation d’expériences + Per Diem ALIMA prend en charge : Les frais de déplacements entre le pays d’origine de l’expatrié et le lieu de mission Les frais d’hébergement 2,08 jours de congés par mois Per diem journalier La couverture médicale du premier jour de contrat à un mois après la date de départ du pays de mission pour l’employé et ses ayants droits La politique de break tous les 3 mois (pour 6 mois de mission) L'évacuation pour l’employé How to applyPour postuler, veuillez envoyer votre CV et Lettre de Motivation en ligne Les candidatures sont traitées suivant l’ordre d’arrivée. ALIMA se réserve le droit de fermer l’offre avant le terme initialement indiqué si une candidature est retenue. Seules les candidatures complètes (CV + Lettre de Motivation en format PDF) seront étudiées. Les candidatures féminines sont fortement encouragées. https://hr.alima.ngo/jobs/detail/9753?utm_campaign=Campagne+d%27offres+&utm;_medium=Website&utm;_source=relief+web
Insights and Impact Manager
Organization: Mercy Corps Closing date: 28 Feb 2023 Location: Lagos, Nigeria or Nairobi, Kenya About Mercy Corps Mercy Corps is a leading global organization powered by the belief that a better world is possible. In disaster, in hardship, in more than 40 countries around the world, we partner to put bold solutions into action — helping people triumph over adversity and build stronger communities from within. Now, and for the future. Mercy Corps has built a reputation for innovative economic development programming, particularly working with start-ups, and hosts a venture capital arm called Mercy Corps Ventures. The Program / Department / Team Mercy Corps has worked with jobtech for over a decade - investing, supporting product innovation, and conducting research on the opportunities for the sector. In late 2021, Mercy Corps launched the Jobtech Alliance, an ecosystem-building initiative around inclusive jobtech in Africa. We’ve just secured our first dedicated funding for the Jobtech Alliance, and are recruiting a team to expand the Jobtech Alliance as the innovation and learning hub for inclusive jobtech in Africa. The Position The Jobtech Alliance Impact and Insights Manager will provide a cross-cutting support to several projects, helping to measure impact, conduct research, synthesize learnings, and develop content required to advance Jobtech Alliance’s results, learning and research agenda. S/he will work across a portfolio of programs to gather, analyse data on the Jobtech Alliance’s impact objectives, monitoring results, as well as supporting its research, learning and adaptive management approach. In summary, the Expert will: Help to manage a learning agenda for inclusive jobtech tech innovation programs. Contribute to the results measurement of Jobtech Alliance program by gathering and analysing program related data. Developing and implementing research approaches and methodologies in a manner that is adapted to each innovation project’s needs. Support the venture building team by supporting the research and learning agenda of innovation sprints through the program lifecycle from shaping research objectives of sprints, collating and analysing emerging data on a regular basis, as well as drafting end-of-project reports on findings. Creating knowledge products as a primary author for various forms of audiences and channels, including longform reports, blogs, newsletters and other communication mediums for knowledge products. Manage editorial and publication of output from a community of researchers from end-to-end. Specific Areas of Responsibility LEARNING AND RESEARCH INSIGHTS Contribute to the overall advancement of the learning research agenda for the Jobtech Alliance and advise on learning questions, indicators, and tools to measure impact and drive learning. Analyze, synthesize, and produce key insights that can easily inform multiple audiences across the Jobtech Alliance network—from jobtech ventures, donors, and investors to our wider community of stakeholders via storytelling media and platforms Support the production of research output in partnership with internal and external stakeholders to share learnings, including blogs and similar products. Provide research and analytics support to the venture building team through collating data and insights, leveraging relevant research tools and methodologies to support the innovation sprint learning and research agenda. IMPACT MEASUREMENT & ADAPTIVE LEARNING Deliver results measurement insights on the impact of the Jobtech Alliance’s programmatic work. Manage and coordinate implementation of measurement and evaluation systems, including data collection, analysis and report writing of the monitoring and research efforts. INTERNAL PROJECT COORDINATION Participate in internal project coordination and relationship building internally and externally for project planning and systems management, presentations of program insights as needed and at times attend local events, meetings and networking activities. Who You Are You are an effective communicator who possesses strong analytical, evaluation design, and methodological skills, and utilizes “right-fit” methods to communicate a rigorous, yet compelling story about the Jobtech Alliance’s impact and the emerging jobtech sector insights. Supervisory Responsibility None Accountability Reports Directly To: Director, Results, Learning and Research. Works Directly With: Startups, External partners, Venture Building Managers, Finance team Accountability to Participants and Stakeholders Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts toward accountability, specifically to our program participants, community partners, other stakeholders, and to international standards guiding international relief and development work. We are committed to actively engaging communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects. Minimum Qualification & Transferable Skills Bachelor’s degree in social science, international development, or a related field. 3+ years of relevant experience, including experience in research and implementing impact measurement activities for technology startups. Demonstrated expertise in both quantitative and qualitative research methods. Demonstrated familiarity with and understanding of development and monitoring of output, outcome, and impact indicators. Excellent communication and writing skills, with a keen ability to synthesize and present complex data in a simple, compelling, meaningful way (ability to produce beautiful and top-notch data visualization is a plus) Computer proficiency in word processing, databases, spreadsheets. Must be a strong self-starter. Ability to complete tasks in a timely manner while balancing several assignments with inputs from multiple team members Living Conditions / Environmental Conditions This role is for people with the right to work in Kenya or Nigeria. Travel will be required 25% of the time, and could involve stretches of at least 2 weeks. Ongoing Learning In support of our belief that learning organizations are more effective, efficient and relevant to the communities we serve, we empower all team members to dedicate 5% of their time to learning activities that further their personal and/or professional growth and development Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Achieving our mission begins with how we build our team and work together. Through our commitment to enriching our organization with people of different origins, beliefs, backgrounds, and ways of thinking, we are better able to leverage the collective power of our teams and solve the world’s most complex challenges. We strive for a culture of trust and respect, where everyone contributes their perspectives and authentic selves, reaches their potential as individuals and teams, and collaborates to do the best work of their lives. We recognize that diversity and inclusion is a journey, and we are committed to learning, listening and evolving to become more diverse, equitable and inclusive than we are today. Equal Employment Opportunity Mercy Corps is an equal opportunity employer that does not tolerate discrimination on any basis. We actively seek out diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and skills so that we can be collectively stronger and have sustained global impact. We are committed to providing an environment of respect and psychological safety where equal employment opportunities are available to all. We do not engage in or tolerate discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender identity, gender expression, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability (including HIV/AIDS status), marital status, military veteran status or any other protected group in the locations where we work. Safeguarding & Ethics Mercy Corps is committed to ensuring that all individuals we come into contact with through our work, whether team members, community members, program participants or others, are treated with respect and dignity. We are committed to the core principles regarding prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse laid out by the UN Secretary General and IASC and have signed on to theInteragency Misconduct Disclosure Scheme. We will not tolerate child abuse, sexual exploitation, abuse, or harassment by or of our team members. As part of our commitment to a safe and inclusive work environment, team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner, respect local laws and customs, and to adhere toMercy Corps Code of Conduct Policies and values at all times. Team members are required to complete mandatory Code of Conduct elearning courses upon hire and on an annual basis. Preferred location: Flexible. Candidates must have local work permits. How to applyhttp://app.jobvite.com/m?37xBKmwQ
Landscape Director - Faro Landscape
Country: Cameroon Organization: Development Aid Closing date: 10 Feb 2023 DRS is looking, on behalf of our client, an international NGO, for a skilled Landscape Director responsible for providing overall leadership, strategic focus, management, and accountability for the performance of its Landscape Program in Faro. This exciting position will provide leadership for the organization’s strategic interventions in the landscape. The LD will have overall responsibility in the areas of operations, administration, logistics, procurement, budgeting, and financial accounting of the Faro Landscape program. Job Title: Landscape Director - Faro Landscape Starting date: 1st April 2022 Contract duration: 2-year contract, with the possibility of renewal Location: Faro (Voko), Cameroon Reporting to: Cameroon Country Director The LD will be responsible for the implementation of all NGO and donor-funded programs in the landscape; assist in attracting additional donor funding and building a pipeline of funding for the Faro landscape; build the capacity of leadership in the landscape with a specific focus on staff from the NGO, Service de Conservation and community leadership; develop management and operational plans; and facilitate coordination with stakeholders in the surrounding landscape to improve the overall management and conservation of the Park and wildlife. The successful person will have proven management skills, strong interpersonal abilities, and the capacity to work with various departments of the Cameroon Government, local communities, and international investors as well as other key stakeholders to implement an ambitious conservation and landscape development agenda. He/she is expected to be results-oriented and able to provide leadership to a team of highly qualified and motivated professionals to achieve results and meet program targets and goals. He/she will be expected to exercise a high degree of decision-making and sound judgment. Key Duties and Responsibilities: Landscape Leadership Provide overall leadership for the technical, financial, and managerial aspects of all projects and interventions in the Faro landscape Lead the development of the organization’s strategy for the Faro landscape to guide ongoing and future investments in the landscape. Serve as the technical point of contact with key donors and other key donors in Cameroon that are funding projects in the Faro landscape, program implementing partners, and stakeholders on all aspects of the program/grants. Collaborate with the Landscape development team and Program Design teams to build a sustainable portfolio of donors and projects for the Faro landscape. Participate in the identification of opportunities, development, and design of proposals for submission to key donors for support of the program. Promote the organization’s work within the country and ensure close alignment with national strategies and programs. Where relevant and in conjunction with the Country Director, represent the organization at national and international events. Lead the engagement with other donors and stakeholders in the landscape to ensure effective collaboration. Foster strong and productive working relationships with major stakeholder groups, sub-national government representatives, protected area authorities, local authorities, communities, NGO and the private sector in the region. Institute Adaptive Management for the organization’s interventions in the landscape to effectively achieve high-level goals and follow the theory of change, monitoring progress and adapting to changes. Ensure the organization’s work in Faro is informed and informed by the regional context for biodiversity conservation such as the Congo Basin Forest Partnership. Supervise all project staff, consultants, and sub-grantees, creating and sustaining a work environment of mutual respect where the project team strives to achieve excellence. Ensure a cohesive workplace for optimum staff retention. Ensure coordinated inputs and participation of the organization’s teams, technical, fund-raising, policy,, in support of the landscape program and vice versa, ensuring the landscape program contributes to the organization’s goals. Program Management Manage day-to-day operations of the program, which includes effective team management, effective administration and tracking of project finances, program monitoring and evaluation, timely donor reporting, and effective coordination and cooperation between project implementing partners among others. Ensure full compliance with the donor grant agreements and the organization’s policies and procedures including, in particular, Policy and Standard for Rights-Based Conservation. Oversee sub-grantees, facilitate technical assistance, and steer them towards results-oriented activities; and ensure grantee compliance with terms and conditions of their agreements. Convene program management meetings with staff and appropriate partners to oversee program implementation. Collaborate with the organization’s senior program team and key implementing partners to design annual work and performance management plans that will deliver program-level goals. Provide leadership in tracking and reporting program performance against prescribed criteria to donors (EU,…), the organization, and partners in a timely manner. Host donor and partner visits in a professional way. Build and manage a team of professional staff; ensure roles & responsibilities are clearly defined and performance is managed with the required focus and discipline. Optimize utilization of the organization’s Project Management methodologies by comprehensively updating plans in the prescribed formats. Ensure quarterly and yearly means of verification (MOVs) are defined, delivered, and recorded in BOX in a timely and transparent manner. Ensure implementation of activities and expected outputs in line with respective grants’ terms and conditions, and donor expectations Oversee sub-grantees and facilitate technical assistance, steering them toward results-oriented activities and sustainability. Financial, compliance, and administrative responsibilities With the support from the Finance and Administration officer for Faro : Oversee the development of the annual implementation budget plans and continuous monitoring of spending against budgets to ensure strict adherence to established donor targets including ensuring that activities are conducted on time and on budget. Ensure that there are regular budget reviews to ensure an appropriate burn rate. Ensure full compliance with the EU grant and the organization’s policies and procedures and that there are no disallowable expenses. Ensure partner compliance with the terms and conditions of their agreements and that partner performance is adequately monitored and their capacity strengthened. Provide timely and adequate technical progress and financial reports for the project. Tracking and reporting matching funds from other related programs as required. Achieve sound financial management and ensure accountability of all project deliverables Ensure effective procurement of project equipment and other essential resources Monitor vehicle usage and maintenance. Ensure effective use of project funds including proper handling of cash. The LD will be responsible for ensuring proper use and accounting for all the organization’s funds and equipment used in the landscape. Technical Working with the Landscape Manager/Technical Advisor, oversee the partnership with the Conservator to increase the ability of MINFOF to conduct its roles and responsibilities to improve overall natural resource governance of the TOU Faro and its periphery, protected area management, and conservation. Oversee the Development of a general management plan and operational plan; build a stronger presence in FNP; support law enforcement and anti-poaching; build the capacity of the rangers. oversee the implementation of the organization’s Conservation-based rights policy in the organization’s programming in Faro. Ensure effective relationships with the landowners and communities adjacent to FNP; establish an effective partnership with relevant hunting concessions (ZICs) surrounding the Park; and ensure effective communication and reporting. Oversee the development of an anti-poaching plan including a training schedule, standard of procedures, rights-based safeguards, information network, and early threat warning strategies working with the Conservator and Landscape Manager/Technical Advisor. With the support of the Country Director, ensure that the systems put in place are consistent with MINFOF and the organization’s Develop a strategic stakeholder engagement plan that places a particular focus on the involvement of the local communities in a way that respects principles of good governance, reduces conflicts between people and wildlife and people and the park management authority, and provides a vision to improve human well-being and the overall resilience of the landscape. Work with the Conservator to develop and oversee the implementation of a general management plan. Oversee the development of key infrastructure development including roads, radio rooms, ranger outposts, staff office, tourism facilities, signage, and other facilities. Oversee a rigorous training schedule designed to adequately build the capacity of the Service de Conservation staff and leadership. Other Any other relevant duties as assigned by the supervisor. Qualifications Bachelor’s or master’s degree in Conservation, Natural Resource Management, Wildlife Management, or a related field Solid Project Management Experience with at least 10 years of experience successfully managing a project in a remote and challenging environment. Protected area management experience is an advantage. Strong leadership skills with demonstrated ability. Experience in implementing donor projects. Experience working in an International work context with a proven ability to work in remote locations sometimes under strenuous physical conditions. Genuine respect for the skills and perspectives of communities, partner organizations, and the private sector. Demonstrated ability to build the capacity of multiple stakeholders to engage in landscape planning and management. Outstanding interpersonal skills including the ability to build coalitions, negotiate, and manage conflict situations. Good understanding of financial management and budgeting. Proven ability in managing and motivating a qualified team of professionals in different fields. Capacity to facilitate complex multi-stakeholder processes. Experience in collaborating with governmental institutions, military structures, and the private sector, such as hunting concessionaires and tourism operators, and conservation/PA-management NGOs. Experience collaborating effectively with local communities. Fluency in spoken and written French and English. The following are not essential but would provide an advantage: Knowledge of international standards and practices related to integrated land use planning, wildlife management, community engagement, and good governance. Experience in natural resource governance and management including the development of management and business plans. Experience in training, anti-poaching training, and implementation in different environments (forest, savanna, etc.). Experience with systems such as SMART, CyberTracker, anti-poaching technology, communications and weaponry. How to applyApplications and updated CVs should be submitted to m.lagidze@developmentaid.org, under the title: DRS 11443: Landscape Director. Due to the high number of applications received, we can reply to shortlisted candidates only. Please note that the above requirements can be modified during the recruitment process according to the client's procedures.
MIO Regional Learning & Development Advisor - Tokyo Cell
Organization: Médecins Sans Frontières Closing date: 20 Feb 2023 Learning has always been at the heart of MSF's practices and for the past two years, the organization has been working to decompartmentalize its training offer, the area in which MSF has historically invested the most, from the rest of the systems necessary for the professional development of teams. In this context, the organization has formalized the institutional vision of Learning & Development (L&D; philosophy) and the role of each person in implementing this vision, while working on broader issues such as the organization of work and the learning culture that MSF wishes to encourage in all its fields of intervention. In a reaffirmed desire to position itself as a support to operations, the L&D; unit, which is currently being structured, has the mission of developing the learning offer and tools for the professional development of teams. The mission of the L&D; support teams is to provide coherent support to the missions and cells to ensure that they have motivated individuals capable of meeting operational needs. The L&D; regional mission manager will assist the cell and its field teams to strengthen the working environment to ensure that it is conducive to equitable and sustained learning. Main activities : Reporting to the L&D; Advisory Coordinator and Cell 7 HRO, you will be responsible for implementing an agile co-construction approach while remaining in a support role to the operational teams. To this end, you will be required to Participate in the reflection and construction of the L&D; support service, in the dissemination of its philosophy and in the identification of operational needs in terms of professional development within the perimeter entrusted to you; Participate in the co-construction of an L&D; strategy specific to the area and countries concerned; translate it into action plans for the missions concerned, adapted to the specificities of the operational projects and priorities defined by the coordination and the cell; Evaluate the need for learning and development materials and tools necessary for the fields in the zone, participate in their co-construction (i.e. strategy guideline, development plan, new Assessment, mobility guideline ...) Identify priority and secondary L&D; needs, Supporting the field teams in defining a working methodology Co-write supports and guidelines that can be part of a global HR strategy. Support the implementation of initiatives/tools in the field, in collaboration with stakeholders. Ensure clear and regular communication of these new tools and their adaptability to our intervention contexts. Ensure that all actions/learning modules are consistent with the L&D; philosophy and the managerial vision. Encourage the support of stakeholders in the implementation of new L&D; tools in the field and check the adequacy of resources to ensure their sustainability and updating Evaluate the existence, relevance and use of L&D; tools and advise the cell for a better appropriation. Verify the good adherence to L&D; tools and suggest the creation of new means of awareness raising Participate in cross-functional discussions and feed them with the L&D; vision (i.e. transformation of other HR processes, implementation of the new HRIS...). Contribute to the identification of individual and collective learning needs of the countries in the area and co-assess the national/regional/international offer to meet them Contribute to the construction of a development plan for the countries in the area Participate in the identification of the L&D; responsibilities of the actors and contribute to their support Supporting the field coordination units and teams in the reflection on the set up - Participate in the creation of a learning path for all actors in charge of L&D; issues. Collaborate with the HQ or region's mobility focal point by ensuring the relay, the dynamization and the implementation of tools favoring this means of development on the projects. Profile requirements : Experience : Experience as a field or HR coordinator with MSF is essential. Experience in the implementation of L&D; schemes is required. Experience in project management is required Aptitudes : Capacity to follow simultaneously different projects; Analyzing and synthesis spirit; ability to work with multidisciplinary stakeholders. Change management experiences is a plus. Languages: Business proficiency level in English (C1 level), French is a plus Status : 12 months MIO (Mobile Implementation officer) CDD - full time, 30% around in home country (remote work) & 70 % field mobility **Compensation & benefits:**Level 13-IRFFG Grid- Full insurance package- Per diem delivered when in the field and only for working days when at home. 2.08 paid leave/month Position to be filled : Preferably by end of February 2023. How to applyApplication: Send your application documents (CV & motivation letter both in English) until February 20th to the following address: recruit@tokyo.msf.org with the subject: MIO Regional Learning & Development Advisor Tokyo Cell Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. MSF values diversity and is committed to create an inclusive working environment. We welcome applications from all qualified candidates regardless of disability, gender identity, marital or civil partnership status, race, color or ethnic and national origins, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.
HR & Admin Manager - Libya
Country: Tunisia Organization: Norwegian Refugee Council Closing date: 9 Feb 2023 All NRC employees are expected to work in accordance with the organisation’s core values: dedication, innovation, inclusivity and accountability. These attitudes and believes shall guide our actions and relationships. Job Purpose This role will oversee, manage, develop, and strengthen both HR and Administration functions in order to provide efficient and effective support to the NRC Country Programme in Libya. The position holder should exhibit special focus on effective Recruitment, Staff Development, HR Compliance, and System Strengthening. What you will do: Implement NRC’s HR and Administration systems and procedures. Ensure that country setup adhere to employment standards, HR policy, and other NRC HR and Administration policies. Ensure compliance with NRC policies, local labour laws and other relevant laws within Libya and Tunisia in all procedures and processes and provide support and advise to staff on personnel queries Personnel management of the HR and Administration team at the country office. Actively promote PSEA (Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse) standards and principles within NRC and amongst beneficiaries served by NRC. Ensure accuracy of staff salaries and the monthly payroll is prepared for all national staff with accurate calculations of allowances and deductions (Social security, taxes, etc..). Oversee recruitment and onboarding processes to ensure compliance and implementation in a timely manner through advertisement, workforce planning, pro-active sourcing, advertising, tests and interview selection and job offers. Ensure accurate and timely data is maintained and filled in all NRC files online and hardcopy. Ensure vigorous data protection by following up on all related personnel management, staff database, access control, attendance, leave balances, and documentation to ensure compliance of filing using hard copy personnel files and e-filing. Responsible for the development of a national staff learning and development strategy. Provide policy and follow up on staff development, e.g. facilitate capacity building, career advancement and training for national staff. Prepare regular reports and analysis to senior management on HR issues and trends. Actively coordinate on and advocate for NRC’s duty of care standards to NRC staff. Ensure that onboarding, induction, performance management and exit procedures are implemented for all staff in all offices. Promote and ensure a high quality follow up to NRC’s Performance Management Cycle. Manage the administration tasks of all offices and provide capacity building and technical management to administration staff in the field. Other tasks relevant to the position as required by the line manager. Professional Competencies and Qualifications Required These are skills, knowledge and experience that are important for effective performance. Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field of study. Minimum 3 years of experience from working as a senior HR Manager in a humanitarian/recovery context. Experience working in complex and volatile contexts with conflict affected communities. Extensive experience protecting sensitive employee information and maintaining confidentiality while managing critical situations such as workplace investigations or performance and disciplinary actions Wide knowledge of NGO operations and the dynamics of the humanitarian sector Extensive experience developing and implementing policies and procedures Fluency in English both written and verbal. Knowledge of Arabic is advantage Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint Behavioural competencies Initiating action and change Managing performance and development Empowering and building trust Strategic thinking Handling insecure environments What We Offer NRC is an equal opportunities employer and aims to have staffing diversity in terms of age, gender, ethnicity, nationality and physical ability. We offer an opportunity to match your career to a compelling cause and a chance to meet and work with people who are the best in their fields. Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply and join our work culture that empowers every employee to share ideas and take responsibility: At NRC we think outside the box. We encourage ideas and give responsibility to all employees at all levels, to help solve the complex issues that we face. You will have many opportunities to be heard and take initiative. We are also looking for people who share our values: To be dedicated in what we do; To be innovative with our solutions; To act as one unified and inclusive team; To be accountable to the donors that make our work possible; the people we exist to serve, and to each other… the members of our NRC family. Additional Information: Duty Station: Tunis, Tunisia Duration of contract: Fixed term 12 months full-time, in accordance with local labour laws. Grade 9 in NRC's grading structure Reporting line: Head of Support ABOUT US The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) is an independent humanitarian organisation helping people forced to flee. We work in crises across more than 31 countries, providing emergencies and long-term assistance to millions of people every year. We stand up for people forced to flee, advocating their rights. NORCAP, our global provider of expertise, helps improve international and local ability to prevent, prepare for, respond to and recover from crises. NRC also runs the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre in Geneva, a global leader in reporting on and advocating for people displaced within their own country. Employment with NRC may lead to employment in or deployment to Regions, Countries, Areas or Offices that may be host to considerable health, safety and security risks. NRC takes this very seriously and we have procedures in place to reduce known risks, but will never be able to take away all risks. NRC is an equal opportunities employer and aims to have staffing diversity in terms of age, gender, ethnicity, nationality and physical ability. How to applyWe invite applications from all qualified and interested candidates. Apply here by latest February 9, 2023. Please ensure you attach copies of your academic and professional certificates. For more information, Here is the detailed Job Description. Learn more about NRC's operations in Libya here. For any queries, please email us at mero.recruitment@nrc.no with “HR & Admin Manager - Libya” as the subject line.
Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) Advisor
Country: Jordan Organization: War Child Holland Closing date: 15 Feb 2023 War Child believes no child should be part of war. Ever. Children have the right to grow up in peace, free from fear and violence, develop their full potential and become the young person they want to be. Through a combination of education, child protection and psychosocial support, War Child ensures a lasting impact. We unleash children’s inner strength with our creative and engaging approach. And inspire as many people as we can to participate in our cause. War Child is present in 14 countries around the world, working in collaboration with organisations both local and global. www.warchildholland.org War Child Holland is looking for a: Mental Health & Psychosocial Support Advisor, Syria Response Programme, Based in Amman, Jordan (National Contract) War Child is looking for a qualified and experienced Mental Health & Psychosocial Support Advisor (MHPSS), for our Syria Response Programme based in Amman, Jordan. This job offers you the chance to be part of a growing organisation offering a dynamic work environment and the opportunity to join a diverse team that is firmly dedicated to helping children affected by war. We are looking for someone who is committed to our cause, is able to work effectively with colleagues across departments and different locations and brings a can-do attitude. Your Challenge The MHPSS Advisor is responsible for the development, coordination and mainstreaming of psychosocial support programming for the Syria response. They will develop MHPSS competencies of staff within the WCH Syria programme and with local partners. The MHPSS Advisor reports to the Programme Quality and Development Manager and coordinates with the programme implementation department, as well as with other key functions within the country office. Strong collaboration and communication is expected with the Child Protection Advisor, the Education Advisor, and the MEAL team. The MHPSS Advisor is supported and coached by the Middle East Regional MHPSS Advisor in all technical areas and works with them and others in the Research and Development team (R&D;) and the Global Programme Quality team to share best practices, promote internal professional development in teams and identify areas for strengthening MHPSS programming at a country-level, regionally and globally where applicable. They will work closely and collaborate with the Project Managers, partner focal points, and Regional thematic colleagues including the MHPSS team in the region. The post-holder will directly manage MHPSS Coordinator(s) and Officer(s) and will be responsible for their development and supervision of MHPSS technical activities, with the opportunity to build out the team as needed. Result Areas Result Area 1: Development, quality assurance and follow-up of mental health and psychosocial support interventions and Tools; ensuring MHPSS implemented activities are implemented at minimum standards and lead to better MHPSS outcomes for children and their families. • Work collaboratively with MHPSS staff to identify MHPSS needs and issues to inform MHPSS programming, • Set clear objectives and indicators for MHPSS activities and participate in the development of an M&E; plan and tools in collaboration with the PQDM, MEAL Manager, supervisors, and local communities to guide implementation of high quality MHPSS programs, • Lead on research activities around improving quality of MHPSS programme implementation (analysis, data collection), • Provide ongoing support, guidance and advise program implementation staff in the field of MHPSS • Lead in conducting MHPSS programme related assessments, • Follow up on the quality of implementation of MHPSS activities, identifying opportunities and constraints and any adjustments needed, including additional staffing or staff training (including training modality), as well as sharing best programming practices and lessons learnt throughout the project cycle, • Assist in designing and developing MHPSS and/or activities within WCH strategy, including contributing to relevant fund-raising and proposal-writing activities, identifying funding opportunities, building donor relations and having a thorough understanding of donor presence and mapping in areas WCH implements and seeks to work in the future, • Ensure quality of MHPSS in the Syria programme: status, methods used and results achieved by proactively engaging with MHPSS colleagues and implementing partners at all points of programme implementation, as well as providing actionable feedback to the R&D; team and making necessary contextual adjustments to, activities and interventions in coordination with regional and global MHPSS advisors, • In line with quality programming and best practices, roll out and ensure appropriate information exchange and communication with regards to the MHPSS standards, methodologies and monitoring tools to ensure all MHPSS programming is responsive to needs and adapted to contexts, • Work with CP and Education colleagues in the Syria program and regional advisors to foster integration of programming and mainstreaming of crosscutting issues, • Contribute to the Syria Programme strategy, annual plan, proposals, reports and evaluations in relation to MHPSS. Result Area 2: Delivery of psychosocial support capacity building; ensuring staff and partners have the capacity and feel supported in such a manner that allows quality MHPSS interventions to be implemented. • In collaboration with the regional MHPSS Advisor, and based on staff capacity assessment, build the MHPSS competencies of War Child staff and partners staff through training, supervision and coaching in addition to continuous support to the project staff and local implementing partners (Psychological First Aid, community-based psychosocial support interventions, evidence based MHPSS interventions, life skills DEALS methodology, community mobilization and awareness raising on MHPSS), • Develop Capacity Development plans together with project partner and establish plans to support learning process and the retaining of trainees’ skills, • Ensure quality implementation of WCH MHPSS through continuous liaison with implementing partners on the ground and advise on any technical issues related to MHPSS, • Actively, follow up with partners and ensure quality regular monitoring and evaluation of MHPSS programs, and generate recommendations to improve the quality, status, methods used, and results achieved of MHPSS programming, • Identify opportunities to strengthen internal policies, capacity-building training and sectoral standards through evidence-based recommendations and emerging best practices in the MHPSS sector as well as direct feedback and recommendations from partner organisations, • Finalize training reports collected by the MHPSS technical officers, and evaluations to identify quality gaps, document best practices, lessons learned, recommendations, and advise the field programme team for improvement, • Ensure all capacity development training requirements are met as outlined in WC training of trainers (ToT) guidelines, based on the global ToT criteria. Result Area 3: Internal and external coordination and representation – to ensure mental health and psychosocial support is mainstreamed and MHPSS sectoral trends, new materials and emerging resources are utilised to improve the quality of MHPSS programming and raise the organisation’s profile to be recognised as a leader in MHPSS programming. • Coordinate, communicate and collaborate with other team members internally at country-level, regionally and globally (mainly CP and Education teams), to ensure that MHPSS is integrated, connects, and mainstreamed in other areas of WCH work, • Critically reflect and evaluate the quality of programming and projects, sharing best practices and lessons learnt internally and externally as a foundation for improved future programming, • Foster existing, and actively develop new relationships and networks to represent WCH externally, in relevant platforms/networks focused on MHPSS themes, including MHPSS working groups, technical committees, and cluster groups and ensure synergy and coordination with relevant actors. Support work around advocacy and communications to highlight War Child Holland’s Vision and Mission and to raise external awareness for programming and results. • Contribute to the development/revision of MHPSS materials developed in working groups/platforms/networks/WCH global MHPSS working groups. • Share MHPSS material and other useful and relevant information, including tools and methodologies, with staff and partners. Knowledge and Experience • Relevant academic background in Psychology, preferably a master's in clinical psychology or Counselling Psychology, • Deep knowledge and understanding of current principles, best practices and global standards in MHPSS, • Minimum 5 years’ experience in Mental Health and psychosocial programming in an (I)NGO, preferably with children in conflict and post-conflict environments, • Minimum 2 years’ experience in MHPSS project management, • Minimum 3 years in staff capacity building, facilitation, training and competency building (both face-to-face and remotely), • Demonstrated experience in monitoring and evaluation of projects, • Fluent in Arabic and English, both Oral and written is a MUST, • Previous experience working in Northern Syria is an asset. Skills and Competencies • Ability to express oneself skillfully in written and oral English and Arabic, • Strong critical analysis and strategic thinking skills, • Leadership, Planning and coordination ability, • Familiarity with creative methodologies, • Positive, respectful attitude, and collaborative approach to diversity. Culturally sensitive • Monitoring and Evaluation ability, • Ability to design and deliver learner-centered participatory training programmes, • Excellent communication skills; ability to give and receive feedback, • Affinity with children and young people, • Result-oriented, • Work well within a team, but also able to work independently, Flexible in undertaking new tasks and comfortable in a flexible working environment. Location Amman, Jordan. The successful candidate must be eligible to work in Jordan. Travelling to country offices of War Child Syria Response, its affiliates and elsewhere is required to fulfil the obligations of this role. We Offer Working as part of a multinational, multilocational team, committed to support children affected by violent conflict, who are hands on to make change happen! A dynamic and challenging work environment, with opportunities to grow and enhance your skills. Contract Please note this position is open to those who have the right to work in Jordan; national terms and conditions apply. This is a national contract with corresponding benefits, for a duration of 12 months and with the intention to prolong depending on performance and fund availability. How to applyInterested and qualified candidates are invited to apply by 15 February 2023, by uploading their CV and a short cover letter, in English, using the following hyperlink: https://warchild.onlinevacatures.nl/en/job/263002/apply. ***Disclaimer:***Only applications received via our website following the link above will be processed. War Child will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis and reserves the right to close the vacancy if a successful candidate is identified prior to the deadline. During our selection process the closing date for the vacancy might be extended. If so, and you have not yet heard from us, your application will remain live. By submitting your application, you certify that all of the statements made in your application are true, complete, and correct and are made in good faith. You understand that falsifying, misrepresenting or intentionally withholding information will be ground for rejection of your application or withdrawal of any offer of appointment or, if an appointment offer has been accepted, this will be ground for employment sanctions, such as, but not limited to, instant dismissal. In addition, you understand that you need to submit a Criminal Record Certificate and failure to submit, will result in no establishment of an employment relationship. War Child is an international organisation, and we are committed to be a diverse and inclusive employer, placing human and child rights at the Centre of our existence and work. We hire our new colleagues based on their talents, competences and shared values; we do not distinguish them based on their age, gender and gender identity, race, color, ethnicity, religion, culture, sexual orientation, disability etc. The safety of children is essential to War Child. War Child does not tolerate or accept any form of abuse. This subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. Moreover, the accepted candidates will be required to state their commitment/intent to be aware, consider and adhere to the minimum standards applicable in development and humanitarian settings, such as humanitarian values and principles, Sphere Humanitarian Charter, Standards in the Humanitarian Standards Partnership, Core Humanitarian Standard, International Humanitarian Law, Code of Conduct for the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in Disaster Relief and IASC Six Core Principles Relating to Sexual Exploitation and Abuse.
Senior Purchase Officer H/F
Country: France Organization: Handicap International - Humanity & Inclusion Closing date: 24 Feb 2023 Handicap International / Humanité & Inclusion (HI) est une association de solidarité internationale indépendante et impartiale, qui intervient dans les situations de pauvreté et d’exclusion, de conflits et de catastrophes. Œuvrant aux côtés des personnes handicapées et vulnérabilisées, elle agit et témoigne pour répondre à leurs besoins essentiels et améliorer leurs conditions de vie. Elle s’engage à promouvoir le respect de leur dignité et de leurs droits fondamentaux. Depuis sa création en 1982, HI a mis en place des programmes de développement dans plus de 59 pays et intervient dans de nombreuses situations d’urgence. Aujourd'hui, nous avons un budget d'environ 230 millions d'euros, avec 4705 employés dans le monde. HI est engagée dans une politique d’emploi en faveur des travailleurs handicapés. Retrouvez plus d’informations sur l’association : www.hi.org. CONTEXTE : La Direction de la Transformation recherché son/sa future(e) Senior Purchase Officer. Ses principals responsabilités seront : Participer à la définition et accompagner les changements de la politique d’achat d’HI Suivre les indicateurs d’activité et de performance Faire un monitoring du risque d’inégibilité des dépenses Supporter les clients interne : challenger leurs besoins, donner les recommandations, les accompagner dans leur maîtrise des processus achat Etre un Référent HI sur les questions liées aux Achats, assurer les modules de formation et briefings des « Responsables logistiques terrains » sur les questions achats Mener des A/O nationaux et internationaux Etre source d’innovation via le sourcing et la veille marché Gérer le panel Fournisseurs RESPONSABILITES : Responsabilité1 : Acteur majeur dans la définition et la mise en œuvre de la politique d’achat d’HI Mettre en place une approche pragmatique de la fonction achat au sein de l’organisation, orientée à la fois vers le respect des impératifs bailleurs et de la performance des achats. Responsabilité 2: Accompagner les clients internes à chaque étape de leurs besoins d'achats Accompagner chacun des Directeurs dans le pilotage et le suivi des achats de leur direction Accompagner à l’élaboration des cahiers des charges Analyser les marchés et réaliser un sourcing fournisseurs Diffuset des consultations et AO Réceptionner et analyser les offres Négocier avec les fournisseurs Sélectionner les fournisseurs correspondant aux besoins d’HI, en termes de coût, qualité, délais et services Rédiger les contrats et avenants Responsabilité 3 : communication et transfert de compétence, apporter une expertise aux achats terrain, proposer et améliorer les outils Conseiller les missions sur leurs achats stratégiques : sourcing, rédaction des documents, négociations fournisseurs, contractualisation depuis le siège ou directement sur le terrain Contribuer à la définition et à la rédaction des outils achats terrain Former et accompagner les signataires achats Siège et Associations Nationales Responsabilité 4: Pilotage du pole Etre en charge de développer, mettre en œuvre et faire évoluer les outils de suivi et d'analyse à travers un tableau de bord et des indicateurs KPIs S’assurer de la diffusion (management et clients internes) des indicateurs d’activité et de performance “Amélioration continue et redevabilité” : faire vivre et évoluer le contrat d’engagement interne Responsabilité 5: Optimiser les achats Identifier, suivre et proposer les optimisations possibles pour les achats stratégiques Modéliser et coordonner les processus achats spécifiques afin de mettre en cohérence transverse les besoins achats, les fournisseurs en mesure d’y répondre, les bonnes pratiques achats et la protection des intérêts d’HI Elaborer la stratégie pluriannuelle achats avec les Responsables de budgets et être l’interlocuteur privilégié achats de tous les collaborateurs concernés Garantir et développer les relations fournisseurs : sourcing, création, négociation, contractualisation, suivi Maîtriser les spécificités de ses familles d’achats, effectuer une veille permanente : salons, benchmark, etc. et développer des approches critiques, prospectives et innovantes PROFIL REQUIS : Bac +5 ou équivalent, en : Gestion des achats, Contrôle de gestion avec une appétence pour les achats et/ou spécialisation gestion de projet logistique Minimum de cinq ans d’expérience professionnelle. Savoirs et savoirs faire : traitement et suivi des A/O, capacité à utiliser un ERP, capacité d’analyse et de synthèse, communication (clients internes et fournisseurs), prospecter le marché / Sélectionner et choisir les fournisseurs, compréhension du transport international (Incoterm, dédouanement…) Savoir-être : rigueur, pragmatisme et organisation, très bon relationnel, sens des priorités, bon niveau de communication, pédagogie, capacités de négociation et gestion du stress Langues : Anglais (écrit, oral) indispensable ; Espagnol ou autre langue souhaitée Informatique : maîtrise des outils bureautique (Excel, Word), maîtrise souhaitée de Power BI CONDITIONS DU POSTE: Type de contrat CDI Carte Titres Restaurant, Mutuelle employeur, 39 heures hebdomadaires avec 22.5 jours de RTT à prendre annuellement, Accord télétravail avantageux. How to applyUniquement en ligne en joignant CV et Lettre de motivation via le lien suivant : http://www.jobs.net/j/JXkUXhod?idpartenaire=136&jobdetails;=true Les candidatures sont traitées de façon continue, n’attendez pas pour postuler ! Seules les candidatures retenues seront contactées.
Chargé d'appui au pôle Afrique (F/H) - Saint-Denis
Country: France Organization: Médecins du Monde Closing date: 30 Apr 2023 Vous souhaitez évoluer sur un métier qui a du sens et intégrer une association militante ? Rejoignez-nous ! Lorsque l'on travaille chez Médecins du Monde, on sait pourquoi l’on se lève le matin : de belles causes à défendre, un environnement professionnel convivial, un équilibre vie pro/vie perso et aussi de belles perspectives d'évolution ! La grande variété de nos projets ouvre de nombreuses opportunités de mobilité interne avec un accès à des formations individuelles et collectives, pour accompagner le parcours professionnel de chacun. Vous nous connaissez sans nous connaître : Médecins du Monde c’est une association médicale militante de solidarité internationale présente dans près de 30 pays et 15 régions en France. Nous nous engageons depuis plus de 40 ans à soigner les populations les plus vulnérables et à témoigner des entraves constatées quant à l’accès aux soins. Vous n’êtes pas médecin ? Pas de panique, 75% des collaborateurs occupent des postes non médicaux. Nous comptons presque 500 salariés de droit français mais aussi 1400 salariés sur le terrain à l’international et plus de 1500 bénévoles en France. L’engagement citoyen et le bénévolat sont au cœur de notre modèle associatif. Chez Médecins du Monde, bénévoles et salariés ont un engagement commun : la solidarité. Nous vous proposons d’incarner cette valeur en travaillant à nos côtés ! DESCRIPTION DU POSTE : Sous la supervision de la responsable de pôle, vous avez pour mission d’appuyer le pôle et les responsables de desk dans la gestion des missions. Vos missions principales sont les suivantes : Stratégie, veille et missions exploratoires Venir en appui aux responsables de desk dans les veilles pays et les analyses contextuelles (cartographie interactive des pays/programmes, cartographie des acteurs, identification de leurs besoins, cartographie sécuritaire...) Venir en appui aux responsables de desk dans la préparation de missions exploratoires (analyse du contexte géopolitique, rencontres avec des partenaires, universitaires et ONG expertes sur la zone, planification opérationnelle, recherche de financements, réalisation des documents de références...) Contribuer à la révision des stratégies opérationnelles des missions gérées par le pôle Appui à la gestion des projets Etablir le rétroplanning de l’envoi des différents documents bailleurs (propositions de projet, amendements, rapports...) S’assurer du respect des échéances de dépôt des propositions de projet et de livraison des rapports intermédiaires et finaux Participer à la rédaction et à la relecture de rapports ou de propositions de projets, vérifier le fond, la forme et la conformité avec les lignes directrices et les procédures des bailleurs Agir en tant qu’interface entre les membres du réseau MdM et les équipes terrain pour toute question ou demande de modification liée à un contrat de financement Assurer la relecture des contrats et accords avec les partenaires, prestataires, bailleurs, membres du réseau et assurer le suivi des processus de signature Diffuser les informations concernant les points essentiels des contrats bailleurs et des projets, assurer le lien avec le département du développement institutionnel et l’unité des financements privés Venir en appui aux responsables de desk dans les recherches de financements et dans l’élaboration des stratégies de financement S'assurer de la bonne préparation par les missions des chronogrammes d’activités des différents projets S’assurer de la bonne remontée des rapports de terrain Venir en appui aux assistant.e.s de coordination générale ainsi qu'aux gestionnaires des subventions sur le terrain dans la communication et les relations avec les bailleurs de fonds Communication Préparer la communication interne du pôle Venir en appui aux programmes dans la mise en valeur interne et externe des activités réalisées En lien avec le responsable de pôle et les responsables de desk, proposer à la direction de la communication des sujets sur les actualités du pôle Rédiger et diffuser les comptes-rendus de réunions Participer aux briefings des équipes Lancer les traductions de documents et assurer leur diffusion CONDITIONS D'EMPLOI : Statut : Salarié Contrat: Contrat à durée indéterminée Temps complet Poste à pourvoir à compter à compter du 19/02/2023 Salaire brut mensuel de 2 660 euros Statut du poste : employé Équivalent 13ème mois versé en 2 fois – à partir de 6 mois d’ancienneté de travail effectif Mutuelle (participation à 60% de MdM et 40% du salarié) 22.5 RTT / an 5 semaines de congés payés / an Tickets restaurant d’une valeur de 9 euros (participation à hauteur de 60% de MdM) Remboursement titre de transport en commun à 50% Accord de télétravail sous réserve d’éligibilité de votre poste : 110 jours de télétravail par an (soit en moyenne 2,5 jours de télétravail par semaine) avec l’obligation de travailler en présentiel au minimum 1 jour par semaine Communication orale en vis-à-vis ou par téléphone Travail sur écran / en open-space Posture assise Médecins du Monde favorise la formation et la mobilité interne de ses acteurs. Retrouvez les conditions et avantages pour nos postes en France : https://bit.ly/3x5MezL Dans le cadre du dispositif de lutte contre le financement du terrorisme et blanchiment d'argent, tout.e candidat.e sélectionné.e est susceptible d'être soumis.e à vérification de ses antécédents sur les listes d’exclusion internationales (Nations Unies, Union Européenne, France, Etats Unis, …). Ces informations sont traitées de façon confidentielle et archivées sur un serveur sécurisé. Pour plus d’informations sur le traitement de données personnelles dans ce dispositif : http://bit.ly/3CSThBs PROFIL RECHERCHE : Formation supérieure (BAC+5 coopération internationale, humanitaire, relations internationales, gestion de projet…) Expérience d’au moins un an dans la gestion de subventions ou dans la gestion de projets, idéalement sur un terrain international au sein d’une ONG Expérience en écriture de rapports et de propositions de projets pour des bailleurs de fonds Participation/contribution à une équipe Faculté d'adaptation Maîtrise du pack Office 365 Maîtrise de logiciels de mise en page (PAO) Excellentes capacités rédactionnelles (propositions de projets, rapports, notes d'amendement) Savoir lire et comprendre un budget bailleur Compréhension des enjeux légaux d’un contrat Esprit de synthèse Compréhension des programmes MdM Langues : Français et Anglais courants (lus, écrits, parlés) indispensables Vous adhérez aux valeurs et au positionnement militant de Médecins du Monde. AUCUNE CANDIDATURE NE SERA TRAITÉE PAR TÉLÉPHONE Médecins du Monde se réserve le droit de clôturer le recrutement avant la date limite de dépôt des candidatures. MdM s’engage pour l’insertion des personnes en situation de handicap et lutte contre toutes les discriminations. How to applyTo apply, please click on the following link: http://www.jobs.net/j/JwRKTJmw?idpartenaire=128
Consultant for the study on payments in hard to reach places: recommendations, tools and levers for implementing organisation.
Organization: Acción contra el Hambre España Closing date: 19 Feb 2023 Terms of Reference Responsible Manager: Mirko Tommasi, Regional Representative WCAF Additional Support: Rory Crew, Technical Advisor, Data and Digitalisation Lynn Yoshikawa, Head of Network Development Title: Payments in hard-to-reach places: recommendations, tools and leverages for implementing organisations Date advertised: January 2023 Consultancy duration: Estimated between 30 and 40 days Timeframe: February to May 2023 Location: 2/3 countries, to be defined according to some complementary criteria together with the steering committee **Budget codes:**WAN2AI/1PAAA Background CALP is a dynamic global network of over 90 organisations engaged in the critical areas of policy, practice and research in humanitarian cash and voucher assistance (CVA) and financial assistance more broadly. Collectively, CALP members deliver the vast majority of humanitarian CVA worldwide. Context for the work The Sahel region is increasingly affected by conflict, climate shocks, chronic vulnerabilities and endemic poverty that are putting millions at risk. In 2022, more than 30 million people needed humanitarian assistance. Many of the most vulnerable people in the Sahel live in hard-to-reach areas, away from infrastructure such as roads or phone signal, in insecure areas or places not covered by Financial Service Providers (FSPs). Hard-to-reach areas are not as served by Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) because risks are greater and therefore the cost of implementation is higher? as well. This results in a greater disparity between need and response than is seen in easier to access regions and means limited humanitarian resources may be more effectively deployed. Expected outcome The research will support organisations’ in their aim to deliver CVA into hard-to-reach area by outlining and assessing the general payment options that exist in the region. Whilst this work will focus on payment, it will also signpost to other work which explains how to implement other CVA programme steps in hard-to-reach areas. Purpose The purpose of this consultancy is to produce: - An understanding of the trade-off between scale (inexpensive) and reach (expensive) within the region - Practical recommendations for implementing organizations to undertake payments in hard- to-reach contexts - A list of potential CVA modalities available in the identified hard-to-reach area, with the benefits and risks associated with each modality type - Identify ways that organisations can individually or collaboratively leverage their work to encourage FSP to increase available services within these areas Specific task(s) of the consultancy This consultancy will involve a review of literature and key informant interviews with people working with implementing organizations, financial service providers, fintech, and other specific service providers to produce recommendations and a Key activities of the consultancy include: Report 1. Conduct a secondary data review on two/three countries1 contexts of the region and other relevant literature on hard-to-reach places 2. Identify hard-to-reach areas2 within the countries of focus, supported by CWGs 3. Organize KIIs with relevant organizations implementing CVA programs in hard-to-reach areas, and FSPs, to gather relevant recommendations on implementing CVA in hard-to-reach places. 4. Produce a list of relevant CVA modalities available in the identified hard-to-reach area, with the benefits and risks associated with each modality type 5. Identify the FSPs able to provide the modalities explored above (whilst noting this isn’t an FSP mapping exercise) 6. What are the verified KYC requirements for vulnerable populations with the countries? Are there any “quick-wins” identified to ease KYC requirements or allow implementors to meet them? Are there any differences on how different FSPs manage KYC requirements? 7. Produce a section strategizing how organisations can encourage FSPs and regulators to expand the services available in hard-to-reach areas 8. Produce a section summarizing and signposting relevant work which demonstrates how to complete other steps in the programme cycle in hard-to-reach areas (likely remote programming) Slide deck A slide deck summarizing the report intended for quick digestion of the key findings and recommendations. Webinar Hosting a webinar sharing the report’s key findings and recommendations 1 The three countries will be selected by a steering committee amongst Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central Africa Republic, Niger and Nigeria. 2 Provide reference to some existing studies defining hard-to-reach places. Qualifications The consultant(s) should have the following skills and knowledge: - Professional proficiency in written and spoken English and French - Strong understanding of CVA in emergencies, especially with the topic of hard-to-reach places - Good understanding of the regional FSP and other relevant service providers used for CVA - Experience with the regional payment systems and regulations is desirable - Strong research skills, including the ability to collect, collate and analyse large amounts of data and identify critical aspects to succinctly communicate complex subject matter (in a written and oral form) to make it accessible to wider audiences - Experience of working remotely with a diverse range of stakeholders, ensuring effective consultation and engagement is achieved - Excellent writing and presentation skills - Relevant regional experience The division of days within the consultancy is up to the team to propose and should be included in the written proposal. Key Deliverables/Outputs During the consultancy, the following outputs will be expected: a) For each country a document summarizing best practices, recommendations and available tools and resources (FSP services, informal FSP, other digital services, etc.) to make payments in H2r areas. Recommendations should also include suggestions for how to proceed, in many cases, this will require partnerships with specialist organisations. Should also include the risks of each process. b) A global report summarizing the different countries best practices, recommendations and available tools and resources (FSP services, informal FSP, other digital services, etc.) to make payments in H2r areas. Recommendations should also include suggestions for how to proceed, in many cases, this will require partnerships with specialist organisations, underlining differences between countries to regional approaches also considering specific regional regulations. c) A slide deck summarizing the report. d) Hosting a webinar in collaboration with CALP. Time Schedule & Project Duration The work is scheduled to start end-February 2023 and to close by end-May 2023 (with some flexibility). The consultant is expected to do in-country visits to meet relevant stakeholders, organise KII and collect relevant information. Management ACF Spain on behalf of the CALP Network commissions this piece of work. The CALP Regional Representative will manage the consultant, with the support of a steering committee (still to be identify once we’ll share the draft ToR) and other CALP colleagues. Milestones & Payment Schedule 100% payment on completion of the study and delivery of the key deliverables. How to applyApplication Process Please send technical & financial proposals to Landry Djibril Mbodj (lmbodj@wa.acfspain.org) and to Mirko Tommasi (mirko.tommasi@calpnetwork.org) by the 19th of February 2023 indicating in the subject: Payments in hard-to-reach places. The proposal should include the following: · Short technical proposal outlining the proposed methodology, workplan, and budget. · CVs of the proposed candidate(s), underlying specific relevant experience, and expected roles and responsibilities for each candidate. · Two writing samples illustrating succinct and clear writing skills in English and in French. Any additional clarifications on the consultancy should be addressed to Mirko Tommasi Mirko.tommasi@calpnetwork.org or Rory Crew Rory.Crew@calpnetwork.org.
Stakeholder Engagement and Coordination-Sexual Exploitation of Children and Trafficking in Vietnam
Organization: ECPAT International Closing date: 12 Feb 2023 ECPAT International is a global network of civil society organisations working together for the elimination of the sexual exploitation of children (SEC) in all its manifestations. This includes exploitation in the context of children in prostitution, child sexual exploitation in digital environments, the sale and trafficking of children for sexual purposes, and the sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism. The ECPAT Network currently consists of 122 members working as independent organisations or coalitions in 104 countries. The ECPAT International Secretariat (EIS) coordinates the global work of the organisation and is based in Bangkok, Thailand. The Secretariat designs and implements global and regional initiatives and undertakes programming, campaigning, advocacy and research to facilitate network initiatives. Context of the Assignment ECPAT International seeks to engage the services of an individual consultant or an organisation/institution based in Vietnam to assist in the implementation of a research project on “Protecting children from sexual exploitation along their journey from Vietnam to Germany”. This project is a collaboration between ECPAT International, Diakonie and Bread for the World. It aims to uncover the knowledge gaps and gain a better understanding of the experiences of Vietnamese children that are trafficked into Europe and in and through Germany, looking at the entire journey from pre-transit, through transit, and in Europe, with a specific focus on Germany. It will further look at factors that increase children’s exposure to risks, a) in light of increased vulnerabilities of children and families due to the pandemic; b) the increase in the use of digital technologies to facilitate exploitation, and c) their interlinkages that lead to trafficking. By mapping the relevant stakeholders at each stage of the ‘trafficking journey’, the project will uncover the necessary information required for the second phase, aimed at concrete interventions. Overall, the project focuses on: A study to uncover the layers and interlinkages involved in the trafficking of children between Vietnam and Europe, with particular destination focus on Germany. The study aims at generating the data necessary to inform approaches and models that are best suited to respond to the trafficking of Vietnamese children and identifying actors that are best placed to address this phenomenon. Identify 2 transit countries during ‘trafficking journey’ of Vietnamese children following the outcome of literature review and workshops in Vietnam Map relevant stakeholders at each stage of the ‘trafficking journey’ and document the prevention and response strategies in place by the various duty bearers in Vietnam and the 2 to be identified transit countries Understand how technologies are used by traffickers and victims along the trafficking journey. Build up a coalition of stakeholders - in Vietnam and the transit countries Provide concrete recommendations on appropriate interventions to a larger group of stakeholders in countries of origin and transit. Task and responsibilities The Consultant will be working closely with the network development and research team of ECPAT International, and under guidance of the Project’s Advisory Group in the country with regard to national context for stakeholders and research implementation. We are looking for a local facilitator that has great understanding of Vietnam as a country, the issues faced by the respective minority groups, and that can open doors and make the necessary connection in country, for the project to get access to the right information and overall run smoothly and effectively. Specific tasks include: Support any requests and contacts with the government and local stakeholders in Vietnam; Facilitate visits, Focus Group Discussions, and various meetings with relevant stakeholders in Vietnam and the oversea Vietnamese communities to understand drivers of migration, recent trends during and after COVID-19, gaps of the current support services and legal framework, roles of different stakeholders, role of technology as facilitator, etc. Support ECPAT in conducting workshops and various meetings to validate different mapping findings and forging the analysis and recommended actions in Vietnam. Working arrangements This Consultancy will be implemented on part-time basis from February 2023 until January 2024. Final TOR and deliverables will be elaborated with the successful candidate. Development of a work plan will be done in close consultation with ECPAT International. The project implementation budget includes funds for event organisation, translation and interpretation, materials and other costs. The consultancy agreement will only include the working days of the assignment. The consultancy will be home-based, using own computer, communication equipment and facilities. Consultant Profile Demonstrated knowledge of children’s rights and child protection issues, in particular in the context of trafficking of children, child labour and/or children in the context of migration in Vietnam. Experience in working with key decision makers in Vietnam Strong networking, organisational, communication and public relations skills, particularly in the context of and inside Vietnam. Fluency in written English and Vietnamese. Proven ability to work independently and meet deadlines, while coordinating with partners. How to applyPlease submit a CV, Cover Letter, including a short outline of methodological approach, and financial proposal to vacancy@ecpat.org. Please mention in the subject header: your name and “Vietnam”. ECPAT International is committed to keeping children safe. The selection process reflects our commitment to the safeguarding of children. Deadline to apply: No later than 12 February 2023 As this consultancy requires specific skill set and expertise, we will consider applicants as they come in.
Associate Director of Finance
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Organization: UK-Med Closing date: 20 Feb 2023 Hours: Full-time Remuneration: £52,000 gross annual Duration: Permanent Location: UK-Med Office, Manchester, UK with some home working Are you an experienced Finance professional with a solid background in humanitarian responses? UK-Med is a humanitarian INGO that has been responding to disasters and health emergencies for more than 20 years. We train medical teams, both in the UK and worldwide, so they are ready to respond when epidemics, conflict and natural disasters hit. When Ebola struck West Africa in 2014 we recruited and trained UK doctors and nurses who helped local medical teams and other NGOs to bring the outbreak under control. We are core partners, providing the clinical component of the UK Emergency Medical Team (UK EMT) in line with WHO standards. We are recruiting a skilled Associate Director of Finance to join our HQ team to provide excellent financial management support for making sure that UK-Med meets financial and legal obligations. Our medical teams respond to disasters around the world and we work with local emergency teams to build their resilience to future threats. Our work has never been more vital, with disasters becoming more frequent, complex and severe. Can you help build a world prepared to help? The successful candidate will join a small and friendly finance function playing a key role supporting every aspect of the charity’s work by providing effective financial management support. You will bring experience of leading a finance function in a medium size charity. You will have recognized accounting qualification with proven practical experience of senior financial management in the charitable sector. We offer a competitive salary and benefits along with a friendly working environment and the opportunity to make a real difference through humanitarian work. How to applyWe strongly recommend that you read the Candidate Information Pack - Associate Director of Finance - January 2023 before applying for this role. To apply, please submit a current CV and a supporting letter (2 pages) through our online jobs portal. Your covering letter must include a detailed explanation of your suitability for this post with specific reference to the criteria in the person specification Applications must be submitted no later than Monday 20 February 2023 Applications for work in the UK can only be accepted from people with an existing right to work in the UK. UK-Med is committed to safeguarding of our personnel and beneficiaries and has a zero-tolerance approach to sexual exploitation and abuse. We conduct thorough vetting before any appointment is confirmed. UK-Med is committed to the principles of diversity, equality, and inclusion. We strive to provide an inclusive and supportive environment where employees feel respected and supported to be able to fulfil their potential.
Program Officer
Country: Kenya Organization: FilmAid International Closing date: 7 Feb 2023 About FilmAid Kenya: FilmAid Kenya is a development and humanitarian communications organization that has been working in the Kenya Refugee Operation for over 20 years. FilmAid Kenya harnesses the power and influence of film & other multimedia to combat critical social issues. FilmAid Kenya fosters the well-being of displaced and vulnerable populations by building stronger, healthier, and more informed communities. FAK has a rich history of empowering women and girls within their communities to live healthier lives free from violence. Through a multi-channel approach, FAK has contributed to combat harmful gender norms and practices such as Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), and provided critical access to information for girls and women to make informed decisions about their education, sexual reproductive health and livelihoods. Job Function: The project seeks to harness the power of media and communication to increase awareness on Gender Based Violence and Sexual Reproductive Health among teenagers, adolescents and their communities in Dadaab Refugee Camp. This will be achieved through FilmAid Kenya’s health and protection portfolios actively raises awareness about issues that affect the overall health and well-being of communities, promotes health seeking behavior by fostering demand generation, and provides critical access to health information during outbreaks and emergencies among teenagers, adolescents and their communities. The project officer will create a liaison between communities and the health partners Dadaab to achieve health outcomes in relation to GBV prevention and response and access to SRH services. Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to; Design, Development and Dissemination of Media Content He/she will establish a participatory process in media development to ensure the development of media content is contextually relevant, and promotes access to information on GBV and SRH among teenagers and their communities. Lead all project planning activities to ensure activities are implemented in a timely manner and that the project’s objectives are achieved Take lead in drafting of translation of key messages for bulk SMS system distribution Work to ensure there is improved access to accurate health information, increased awareness and knowledge about Sexual reproductive Health among teenagers and their communities Active role in designing child-friendly approaches to ensure effective program delivery Project Coordination with Stakeholders and Communities Represent FilmAid Kenya in technical coordination meetings with health and protection partners Coordinate with relevant community structures including advisory committees to ensure a strategic approach in targeting participants and review approaches to ensure and effective delivery of FAK’s mandate Coordinate closely with the Sports for Protection partners to ensure implementation of the project in line with the approved plan Project Support Ensure timely delivery of project activities according to approved work plans Support project planning, implementation, and monitoring to ensure achievement of health outcomes Participate in needs assessments activities including data collection for project design, monitoring and evaluation. Support project reporting, highlighting best practice and opportunities Ensure Core Humanitarian Standards (CHS) are at the center of implementation Any other duties assigned Qualifications and Requirements: Education: Minimum of undergraduate degree in Public Health, Social Work, Community Development, Sociology or a relevant degree Prior Work Experience: At least three years’ experience of leading health programs preferably in the humanitarian sector Proven experience in implementing projects targeting children and youths Experience in implementing SRH/GBV/ SBCC programs will be an added advantage Proven academic or on-job training and understanding of the Project Cycle Model in managing humanitarian assistance Training in Child Safeguarding Experience in report writing Facilitation and community engagement experience Key Skills and Competencies: Fluency in written and spoken English and Kiswahili is essential; Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills; Creative and analytic thinker with the ability to manage multiple projects; Must be highly organized and able to work with other teams. Competent with Windows and Microsoft Office applications Personal Attributes: High level of motivation, integrity, commitment and professional responsibility. Ability to tolerate cultural, educational, and religious diversity in the workplace. Excellent communication, time management, organization and presentation skills. Able to work independently while being a good team player with a high degree of flexibility, tolerance and a good sense of humor How to applyHow to apply: Interested and qualified persons with the required experience are invited to submit their applications with Cover Letter, CV, and 3 references to jobskenya@filmaid.org on or before 7th February 2023 and clearly indicate on the subject line ‘Program Officer’. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. FilmAid Kenya is an equal opportunity employer.
Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Coordinator to DanChurchAid in Ukraine
Country: Ukraine Organization: DanChurchAid Closing date: 28 Feb 2023 Who are we? DanChurchAid (DCA) is a Danish humanitarian, non-government and non-profit organisation working in Ukraine since 2022. DCA has its main office in Lviv, Western Ukraine, but is in the process of establishing an office in Kyiv. The DCA country programme in Ukraine is implementing various humanitarian interventions, mainly through partners, including cash assistance, legal aid to IDPs, flexible small grants to local groups and community-led response, as well as Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA). The Ukraine programme currently employs around 15 national and international staff, with a fast-growing team and programme. About the job DCA is looking for a self-motivated, organised and analytical thinker with strong interpersonal skills to join the Ukraine mission as a MEAL Coordinator under the direct management of the Head of Programme (HoP). The position will be based in Kyiv and include regular travels to field implementation sites depending on the security situation. Specific Duties and Responsibilities: Responsible for the development of a comprehensive MEAL framework for DCA’s Ukraine mission, linked to DCA’s global results framework Develop modalities for monitoring partner-implemented programming with and without field access Provide technical support on MEAL to the relevant project staff and partner Ensure field data collection is in line with grant agreement requirements as well as HQ reporting requirements Train and develop a team of field-based project monitoring staff as programs expand Develop and oversee complaints and feedback mechanism (CFM) Ensure beneficiary data protection is integrated into all DCA programming Support outcome harvesting of cash-based programming Lead evaluation processes, including internal and external involvement Produce reports and presentations for organizational learning from partnership/project implementations Support proposal development by inputting on results frameworks and indicator designs Coordinate on an on-basis with DCA’s Strategy and Quality Management (SQM) HQ Unit about the development of MEAL tools, alignment to global strategies and tools, and on complains and feedback handling Provide support as needed in drafting donor reports and projects follow up or closing reports The applicants we’re looking for includes: A master’s degree in a relevant field or similar work experience A minimum of 3 years of work experience in a similar role Computer literacy essential including proficiency in Excel, Word, Power Point, etc. Experience working with KoBoToolbox, Magpi, or other data collection tools Fluency in written and spoken English and Ukrainian Experience working in partner-based programming Previous experience capacity building partner organisations is an advantage. We offer: A 12-month national contract, renewable based on funding and performance. A competitive salary package in the INGO sector. An interesting and challenging experience addressing humanitarian needs. A dynamic, flexible, and respectful working environment that will give you the freedom to work and support to succeed, and the opportunity to grow and advance within the organisation. All interested candidates irrespective of age, gender, race, religion, or ethnic affiliation are encouraged to apply for the vacancy. DCA conducts an anti-terror check as part of the recruitment process. It is a prerequisite that you can pass this check and maintain this status throughout your employment with us. Everyone applying for a job with DCA must be ready to comply with our Staff Policy on Prevention of Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment and our Child Safeguarding Policy. For more information on DCA please visit our website, http://www.danchurchaid.org How to applyPlease apply through our web portal at: Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Coordinator to DanChurchAid in Ukraine I DanchurchAid (emply.com)
Internship - Health and Nutrition
Country: Kenya Organization: Concern Worldwide Closing date: 8 Feb 2023 Internship Opportunities Concern Worldwide (“Concern”) is a non-governmental, non-denominational, non-political, international humanitarian organisation. With its Head Office in Dublin, Ireland, Concern is dedicated to reducing suffering and ending extreme poverty. We work with the very poorest people in the world’s poorest countries to help them bring about long-lasting change in their lives and realise their fundamental human rights: to food, health, education and ultimately to a life of dignity. Together with local and international partners, and with the beneficiaries themselves, we respond to emergencies and undertake long-term development work. About the Internship Program The Concern Worldwide Internship Program seeks to offer hands-on experience for students and/or graduates, with the hope of providing them with an opportunity to develop skills in areas relevant to Concern’s overall organizational scope. This program is designed to provide a ‘win-win’ outcome, by enabling Interns gain practical experience in working in the humanitarian sector and by providing Concern with access to talented people. We are currently seeking applicants for internship in; Health and Nutrition to be based in Nairobi Eligibility Requirements To be eligible to participate in the Internship Program, applicants must meet the following requirements: Be Kenyan citizens Be Masters, Bachelors or Diploma students from Commission for University Education (CUE) accredited tertiary level institutions studying courses that are relevant to the above programmes. The Masters graduates must have completed or at least finished course work. Undergraduates and Diploma students must be in their 3rd or 4th year of study and eligible to undertake industrial attachment/placement, as part of the course requirements. This is to be confirmed by a letter seeking industrial attachment/placement from their academic institution. Recently graduated i.e. within the last 12 months and unemployed. Must be available on a full-time basis, for the entire period of the internship which will be for a minimum of 3 months and a maximum of 6 months. Must demonstrate good character, creativity, honesty, positive attitude, ability to learn. This will be assessed based on interviews and reference checks, including from the institution of study. Others Adhere to and promote the standards outlined in the Concern Code of Conduct and associated policies to their team, beneficiaries, and be committed to providing a safe working environment. Participating and contributing towards Concern’s emergency response, as and when necessary. Take all possible measures to meet Core Humanitarian Standards (CHS). Any other duties as assigned by the Line Manager. Safeguarding at Concern: Code of Conduct and its Associated Policies Concern has an organisational Code of Conduct (CCoC) with three Associated Policies; the Programme Participant Protection Policy (P4), the Child Safeguarding Policy and the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Policy. These have been developed to ensure the maximum protection of programme participants from exploitation, and to clarify the responsibilities of Concern staff, consultants, visitors to the programme and partner organisation, and the standards of behaviour expected of them. In this context, staff have a responsibility to the organisation to strive for, and maintain, the highest standards in the day-to-day conduct in their workplace in accordance with Concern’s core values and mission. Any candidate offered a consultancy opportunity with Concern Worldwide will be expected to sign the Concern Code of Conduct and Associated Policies as an appendix to their consultancy contract. By signing the Concern Code of Conduct, candidates acknowledge that they have understood the content of both the Concern Code of Conduct and the Associated Policies and agree to conduct themselves in accordance with the provisions of these policies. Additionally, Concern is committed to the safeguarding and protection of vulnerable adults and children in our work. We will do everything possible to ensure that only those who are suitable to do consultancy work or volunteer with vulnerable adults and children are recruited by us for such roles. Subsequently, being hired as a consultant with Concern is subject to a range of vetting checks, including criminal background checking. Concern’ is the trading name of ‘Concern Worldwide’, a company limited by guarantee, registered number 39647; registered charity number CHY 5745, registered in Ireland, registered address is 52-55 Lower Camden Street, Dublin 2, Ireland. Follow Concern online: www.concern.net How to applyInterested candidates, who meet the above requirements, should send a two page CV including three referees and Cover Letter to nairobi.hr@concern.net with the subject of the email as "Intern - Health and Nutrition on or before 8th February 2023 ". Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview. Concern Worldwide is an equal opportunity employer and does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process (for application, written test, interview, training, medical examination etc.) nor act through recruitment agents. This is applicable for all opportunities including staff and interns.
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