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Country: Nigeria Organization: CTG (Committed To Good) Closing date: 25 Jun 2024 CTG overview: CTG staff and support humanitarian projects in fragile and conflict-affected countries around the world, providing a rapid and cost-effective service for development and humanitarian missions. With past performance in 17 countries – from the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and Asia, we have placed more than 20,000 staff all over the world since operations began in 2006. CTG recruits, deploys and manages the right people with the right skills to implement humanitarian and development projects, from cleaners to obstetricians, and mechanics to infection specialists, we’re skilled in emergency response to crises such as the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Key to successful project delivery is the ability to mobilise at speed; CTG can source and deploy anyone, anywhere, in less than 2 weeks and have done so in 48 hours on a number of occasions. Through our efficient and agile HR, logistical and operational services, CTG saves multilateral organisations time and money. We handle all our clients’ HR related issues, so they are free to focus on their core services. Visit www.ctg.org to find out more Overview of position: Under the overall supervision of the Humanitarian Hubs Project Coordinator & direct supervision of the Humanitarian Hubs Operations Assistant, the successful candidate will be responsible for the provision of customer services for the humanitarian hub in accordance to the performance & quality level standards set by the humanitarian hubs management. Role objectives: Ensure that all booking requests are attended to appropriately acted upon & processed. Brief guest(s) on the humanitarian hubs services / facilities & the rules & regulations. Promptly attend to concerns & requests raised by resident(s) & guest(s). Coordinate with partners on the schedule & use of red roof’s conference room & training centre including the provision of lunch & / or coffee breaks whenever necessary. Coordinate with the support units (maintenance, housekeeping, kitchen, etc.) all issues reported to the front desk that will impact the quality of service of red roof & welfare of the residents / guests. Monitor the progress of the action taken by the support unit(s) concerned & update the guest as needed. Organize the front desk file & ensure clear & comprehensive records of guest(s) room bookings & all billings for accountability & future reference. Coordinate with the Hub Managers on issues related to accommodation. Update & ensure timely & accurate updating of the booking / reservation platform. Ensure orderliness at the front desk, keeping the front desk area clean always. Prepare invoices of residents & guests in a timely manner & ensure that the residents & guests acknowledge their invoices within the prescribed period. Submit the signed invoices to the Hub Cashier for collection of payment. Prepare accurate in house report & submit it to Operations Assistant - Customer Service at the end of the week. Perform any other duties not listed above when requested by the supervisors. Project reporting: This role works under the overall supervision of the humanitarian hubs Project Coordinator & direct supervision of the Humanitarian Hubs Operations Assistant. Key competencies: Secondary school certificate with relevant working experience in administrational activities. Experience in health & safety regulations. Fluency in English is required & Hausa & Kanuri is desired. Inclusion & respect for diversity respects & promotes individual & cultural differences, encourages diversity & inclusion wherever possible. Maintain high ethical standards & acts in a manner consistent with organizational principles / rules & standards of conduct. Demonstrates ability to work in a composed, competent & committed manner & exercises careful judgment in meeting day to day challenges. Develops & promotes effective collaboration within & across units to achieve shared goals & optimize results. Delivering results produces & delivers quality results in a service oriented & timely manner, is action oriented & committed to achieving agreed outcomes. Managing & sharing knowledge continuously seeks to learn, share knowledge & innovate. Takes ownership for achieving the organization’s priorities & assumes responsibility for own action & delegated work. Encourages & contributes to clear & open communication, explains complex matters in an informative, inspiring & motivational way. Team management: This role has no team management responsibility. Further information: Internals of the organization & NMS candidates, as well as (external female candidates) will be considered as first tier candidates. This vacancy is also open to second tier candidates. The appointment is subject to funding confirmation. Appointment will be subject to certification that the candidate is medically fit for appointment, accreditation, any residency or visa requirements & security clearances. How to applyhttps://app.tayohr.io/jobs/detail/vac-12194-customer-relations-assistant-10914
PSICOLOGO/A - basado en Honduras, Ocotepeque (contrato nacional)
Country: Honduras Organization: Première Urgence Internationale Closing date: 29 Jun 2024 Psicólogo/a- Honduras- basado en Ocotepeque Duración de contrato: 8 meses Fecha de inicio: Julio 2024 Basado en: Ocotepeque Vacantes: 2 PUI en los cuatro rincones del mundo Con 40 años de experiencia, Première Urgence Internationale : Apoya a cerca de 6 millones de beneficiarios Con un presupuesto de más de 100 millones de € al año Presente en 22 países y en 5 continentes Gracias a la implicación y el compromiso de: Más de 2.000 empleados nacionales Alrededor de 200 expatriados de 45 nacionalidades diferentes Y 90 empleados en la sede central PUI opera en 10 sectores de intervención y destaca por el enfoque integrado que ha adoptado en su respuesta. Este método pretende identificar y comprender todas las necesidades de las personas afectadas por una crisis, y nuestros equipos se movilizan para dar una respuesta global a todas las necesidades fundamentales de las poblaciones afectadas por crisis humanitarias en situación de emergencia, permitiéndoles recuperar su autonomía y dignidad. Para saber mas de nuestra historia, nuestros valores, nuestras áreas de intervención: www.premiere-urgence.org Focus en nuestras activities en Honduras PUI está empezando sus actividades en Honduras, con un primer proyecto financiado por el Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores Francés. El proyecto tendrá lugar en el Departamento de Ocotepeque, para la prestación de servicios de salud primaria, de salud sexual y reproductiva y de salud mental para mujeres y niñ@s cruzando la frontera con Guatemala o viviendo en la zona. Y el/la Psicólogo/a en todo esto? Como psicólogo/a, trabaja desarrollando actividades de apoyo psicosocial destinadas a los beneficiarios indicados dentro de la zona de captación de Primera Urgencia Internacional (PUI). El psicólogo proporciona apoyo emocional de emergencia, en colaboración con los equipos psicosociales. El psicólogo es responsable de la identificación de personas con problemas psicológicos, proporciona primeros auxilios psicológicos y apoyo emocional de una manera sensible al trauma y adaptada al contexto de emergencia. Presta atención a los más vulnerables u apoya las actividades para los niños, cuando necesario. El psicólogo sigue las recomendaciones internacionales y buenas prácticas de Salud Mental y Apoyo Psicosocial (SMAPS) en el contexto humanitario, las SOPs y el Marco de Intervención en SMAPS de PUI. Para ello, sus responsabilidades serán las siguientes: Trabajar estrechamente con el equipo, poner en marcha las actividades de SMAPS en estrecha colaboración con el equipo de programas e informar de los retos y posibles soluciones. . Ser respetuoso con los beneficiarios y sus familiares, tratando a todas las personas por igual sin discriminación, y garantizando la confidencialidad y la obtención del consentimiento en todo momento. Mantener un enfoque en la promoción de la salud mental y mejorar el acceso a los servicios pertinentes a través de referencias internas y externas, asegura el seguimiento y el intercambio de información. Lo que va a necesitar para tener éxito Formación: Lic. En Psicología . De preferencia: Maestría. Formación en Primeros Auxilios Psicológicos (PFA) (y/o Formación de Formadores (ToT)). Conceptos básicos de la violencia de género (GBV). Conocimiento de las cuestiones relacionadas con el trauma y la psicología de emergencia. Experiencia: Más de 2 años de experiencia clínica en salud mental, con énfasis en el trabajo con poblaciones vulnerables. De preferencia con experiencia previa en organizaciones humanitarias. Competencias: Capaz de trabajar en circunstancias inestables y entornos estresantes. Dispuesto y capaz de estar en el campo diariamente. Capaz de mantener la confidencialidad en todo momento. Excelentes habilidades de comunicación escrita y verbal. Deseable: Conocimiento de los modismos/términos locales para los síntomas de los diferentes problemas de salud mental. Conocimiento de las áreas locales y de las estructuras comunitarias. Cualidades: Habilidades de resolución de problemas y conflictos. Habilidades interpersonales demostradas y respeto por las personas con necesidades especiales. Capacidad de trabajo en equipo y resistencia al estrés. Idiomas: ¿El español no tienen secretos para ti? Estupendo, ¡porque es imprescindible para este trabajo! Unas palabras del Responsable « ¡Atrévete a embarcarte en una emocionante oportunidad laboral! Te invitamos a postular para formar parte del equipo inaugural de la misión PUI en Honduras. » Nuestros compromisos Première Urgence Internationale considera la diversidad de nacionalidades, géneros, creencias, perfiles y estatus dentro de sus Recursos Humanos como un activo importante para su acción humanitaria y, por lo tanto, se adhiere estrictamente al principio de no discriminación en todo su proceso de contratación. Première Urgence Internationale practica una política de tolerancia cero frente a la explotación, el abuso sexual y el maltrato, en todas sus formas, de mujeres, niños y todas las demás personas vulnerables, y moviliza a todo su personal en la promoción, la difusión y el respeto de los principios enunciados en su carta ética. Le informamos de que Première Urgence Internationale no solicitará, en ningún caso, una participación financiera para los gastos administrativos relacionados con la contratación. Cualquier información en este sentido sería fraudulenta, por lo que le rogamos que no la tenga en cuenta. ¿Te reconoces en este perfil y compartes nuestros compromisos? ¿Está dispuesto a aceptar el reto y unirse a la familia PUI? How to apply¿COMO POSTULAR? Si desea presentar su candidatura, siga este enlace y haga click en "Apply now" para adjuntar su CV.
OFICIAL DE APOYO PSICOSOCIAL - basado en Honduras, Ocotepeque (contrato nacional)
Country: Honduras Organization: Première Urgence Internationale Closing date: 29 Jun 2024 Oficial de Apoyo Psicosocial - Honduras- basado en Ocotepeque Duración de contrato: 8 meses Fecha de inicio: Julio 2024 Basado en: Ocotepeque PUI en los cuatro rincones del mundo Con 40 años de experiencia, Première Urgence Internationale : Apoya a cerca de 6 millones de beneficiarios Con un presupuesto de más de 100 millones de € al año Presente en 22 países y en 5 continentes Gracias a la implicación y el compromiso de: Más de 2.000 empleados nacionales Alrededor de 200 expatriados de 45 nacionalidades diferentes Y 90 empleados en la sede central PUI opera en 10 sectores de intervención y destaca por el enfoque integrado que ha adoptado en su respuesta. Este método pretende identificar y comprender todas las necesidades de las personas afectadas por una crisis, y nuestros equipos se movilizan para dar una respuesta global a todas las necesidades fundamentales de las poblaciones afectadas por crisis humanitarias en situación de emergencia, permitiéndoles recuperar su autonomía y dignidad. Para saber mas de nuestra historia, nuestros valores, nuestras áreas de intervención: www.premiere-urgence.org Focus en nuestras activities en Honduras PUI está empezando sus actividades en Honduras, con un primer proyecto financiado por el Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores Francés. El proyecto tendrá lugar en el Departamento de Ocotepeque, para la prestación de servicios de salud primaria, de salud sexual y reproductiva y de salud mental para mujeres y niñ@s cruzando la frontera con Guatemala o viviendo en la zona. Y el/la Oficial de Apoyo Psicosocial en todo esto? El Oficial de Apoyo Psicosocial (APS) imparte actividades de apoyo psicosocial en los programas para mejorar los niveles de bienestar y reducir los signos de sufrimiento y estrés que presentan los beneficiarios. Además, el Oficial APS apoya la planificación y el diseño de las sesiones de grupo siguiendo las normas internacionales y las directrices de la organización bajo la supervisión técnica del Gerente de Actividades en Salud Mental y Apoyo Psicosocial (SMAPS). Para ello, sus responsabilidades serán las siguientes: Asegurar la implementación cualitativa de servicios de apoyo psicosocial. Facilitar sesiones de apoyo psicosocial para fortalecer los vínculos comunitarios y familiares. Vincular a las personas necesitadas con los servicios disponibles más apropiados. Fomentar un entorno de apoyo y sensibilidad para implementar los servicios de apoyo psicosocial Lo que va a necesitar para tener éxito: Formación: Lic. Psicología, Trabajo Social o Educación. Deseable: Formación en intervención psicosocial/comunitaria Especialización en derechos humanos o equivalentes Experiencia: Al menos 2 años de experiencia en la implementación de actividades de apoyo psicosocial. Al menos 1 año de experiencia trabajo en sector humanitario o con población migrante o en zona de conflicto. Experiencia en contextos de migración y emergencia. Experiencia de trabajo con poblaciones vulnerables y personas migrantes. Competencias: Conocimientos del enfoque psicosocial basado en la comunidad. Conocimiento de intervenciones SMAPS de la OMS (PM+, Thinking Healthy, Self Help Plus). Formación en VBG y enfoque informado del trauma. Cualidades: Habilidad para trabajar de forma independiente con toma de iniciativas y demostrando un sentido de responsabilidad. Habilidades para resistir a la presión. Capacidad de adaptación y flexibilidad organizativa. Capacidad para trabajar en equipo. Idiomas: ¿El español no tienen secretos para ti? Estupendo, ¡porque es imprescindible para este trabajo! Unas palabras del Responsable « ¡Atrévete a embarcarte en una emocionante oportunidad laboral! Te invitamos a postular para formar parte del equipo inaugural de la misión PUI en Honduras. » Nuestros compromisos Première Urgence Internationale considera la diversidad de nacionalidades, géneros, creencias, perfiles y estatus dentro de sus Recursos Humanos como un activo importante para su acción humanitaria y, por lo tanto, se adhiere estrictamente al principio de no discriminación en todo su proceso de contratación. Première Urgence Internationale practica una política de tolerancia cero frente a la explotación, el abuso sexual y el maltrato, en todas sus formas, de mujeres, niños y todas las demás personas vulnerables, y moviliza a todo su personal en la promoción, la difusión y el respeto de los principios enunciados en su carta ética. Le informamos de que Première Urgence Internationale no solicitará, en ningún caso, una participación financiera para los gastos administrativos relacionados con la contratación. Cualquier información en este sentido sería fraudulenta, por lo que le rogamos que no la tenga en cuenta. ¿Te reconoces en este perfil y compartes nuestros compromisos? ¿Está dispuesto a aceptar el reto y unirse a la familia PUI? How to apply¿COMO POSTULAR? Si desea presentar su candidatura, siga este enlace y haga click en "Apply now" para adjuntar su CV.
Gerente de Actividades SMAPS - basado en Honduras, Ocotepeque (contrato nacional)
Country: Honduras Organization: Première Urgence Internationale Closing date: 29 Jun 2024 Gerente de Actividades SMAPS - Honduras- basado en Ocotepeque Contrato nacional Duración de contrato: 8 meses Fecha de inicio: Julio 2024 Basado en: Ocotepeque PUI en los cuatro rincones del mundo Con 40 años de experiencia, Première Urgence Internationale : Apoya a cerca de 6 millones de beneficiarios Con un presupuesto de más de 100 millones de € al año Presente en 22 países y en 5 continentes Gracias a la implicación y el compromiso de: Más de 2.000 empleados nacionales Alrededor de 200 expatriados de 45 nacionalidades diferentes Y 90 empleados en la sede central PUI opera en 10 sectores de intervención y destaca por el enfoque integrado que ha adoptado en su respuesta. Este método pretende identificar y comprender todas las necesidades de las personas afectadas por una crisis, y nuestros equipos se movilizan para dar una respuesta global a todas las necesidades fundamentales de las poblaciones afectadas por crisis humanitarias en situación de emergencia, permitiéndoles recuperar su autonomía y dignidad. Para saber mas de nuestra historia, nuestros valores, nuestras áreas de intervención: www.premiere-urgence.org Focus en nuestras activities en Honduras PUI está empezando sus actividades en Honduras, con un primer proyecto financiado por el Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores Francés. El proyecto tendrá lugar en el Departamento de Ocotepeque, para la prestación de servicios de salud primaria, de salud sexual y reproductiva y de salud mental para mujeres y niñ@s cruzando la frontera con Guatemala o viviendo en la zona. Y el/la Gerente de Actividades SMAPS en todo esto? Como Gerente de Actividades de Salud Mental y Apoyo Psicosocial (SMAPS), es responsable de la ejecución de las actividades SMAPS y de proporcionar supervisión técnica y liderazgo para los psicólogos y oficiales de Apoyo Psicosocial (APS). Es responsable del equipo de profesionales SMAPS y se asegura de que las actividades sean llevadas a cabo con éxito, se presten servicios de calidad, se recopile información de las actividades con criterios de protección de datos y confidencialidad y se generen informes de resultados transparentes. Para ello, sus responsabilidades serán las siguientes: Supervisar al equipo de profesionales de salud mental al nivel técnico. Diseñar y realizar actividades específicas a su campo de acción y el de su equipo . Participar en la planificación de las actividades, contribuir al análisis y generar informes. Proporcionar coaching y sesiones de formación destinadas al equipo SMAPS y a otros departamentos. Participar a la coordinación interna y asegurar la representación externa de PUI. Contribuir a la elaboración de nuevas propuestas y desarrollo técnico del programa . Lo que va a necesitar para tener éxito: Formación: Grado Universitario en Psicología. Tarjeta profesional. Maestría / especialización en psicología clínica, intervención comunitaria o psicosocial seria una ventaja. Experiencia: Mínimo 3 años de práctica clínica en salud mental. Mínimo 2 años de experiencia con una ONG. Deseable: Experiencia en atención SMAPS a las víctimas del conflicto armado y migración Experiencia en terapia centrada en el trauma Experiencia y capacidad para trabajar en entornos inestables y en emergencias. Competencias: Buenas habilidades de escritura. Conocimiento de programas SMAPS. Evaluación y plan de tratamiento psicológico, consejería, PAP. Intervenciones SMAPS grupales. Deseable: Intervención SMAPS en contextos humanitarios. Conocimiento de las guías SMAPS de IASC. Conocimiento de la integración de los servicios de apoyo psicosocial y de salud mental en los entornos de atención primaria de salud. Cualidades: Eres capaz de trabajar de forma independiente, asumir responsabilidades, con un enfoque proactivo para hacer propuestas e identificar soluciones. Buena capacidad de análisis, organización y gestión. Demostrará diplomacia, amplitud de miras y una buena resistencia al estrés. Idiomas: ¿El español no tienen secretos para ti? Estupendo, ¡porque es imprescindible para este trabajo! Si además hablas inglés, sería una ventaja innegable. Unas palabras del Responsable: « ¡Atrévete a embarcarte en una emocionante oportunidad laboral! Te invitamos a postular para formar parte del equipo inaugural de la misión PUI en Honduras. » Nuestros compromisos: Première Urgence Internationale considera la diversidad de nacionalidades, géneros, creencias, perfiles y estatus dentro de sus Recursos Humanos como un activo importante para su acción humanitaria y, por lo tanto, se adhiere estrictamente al principio de no discriminación en todo su proceso de contratación. Première Urgence Internationale practica una política de tolerancia cero frente a la explotación, el abuso sexual y el maltrato, en todas sus formas, de mujeres, niños y todas las demás personas vulnerables, y moviliza a todo su personal en la promoción, la difusión y el respeto de los principios enunciados en su carta ética. Le informamos de que Première Urgence Internationale no solicitará, en ningún caso, una participación financiera para los gastos administrativos relacionados con la contratación. Cualquier información en este sentido sería fraudulenta, por lo que le rogamos que no la tenga en cuenta. ¿Te reconoces en este perfil y compartes nuestros compromisos? ¿Está dispuesto a aceptar el reto y unirse a la familia PUI? How to apply¿COMO POSTULAR? Si desea presentar su candidatura, siga este enlace y haga click en "Apply now" para adjuntar su CV.
Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Associate
Country: Somalia Organization: CTG (Committed To Good) Closing date: 29 Jun 2024 CTG overview: CTG staff and support humanitarian projects in fragile and conflict-affected countries around the world, providing a rapid and cost-effective service for development and humanitarian missions. With past performance in 17 countries – from the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and Asia, we have placed more than 20,000 staff all over the world since operations began in 2006. CTG recruits, deploys and manages the right people with the right skills to implement humanitarian and development projects, from cleaners to obstetricians, and mechanics to infection specialists, we’re skilled in emergency response to crises such as the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Key to successful project delivery is the ability to mobilise at speed; CTG can source and deploy anyone, anywhere, in less than 2 weeks and have done so in 48 hours on a number of occasions. Through our efficient and agile HR, logistical and operational services, CTG saves multilateral organisations time and money. We handle all our clients’ HR related issues, so they are free to focus on their core services. Visit www.ctg.org to find out more Overview of position: Since the formation of the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS), the country has made significant progress towards restoring peace & security. However, significant destabilizing factors remain. These include most notably, the persistent threat of violent extremist group Al Shabaab, particularly in rural areas, recurrent & unresolved clan, land & resource based conflicts, weak & nascent institutions & the internal displacement of more than 2 million individuals. While the transition, recovery & development needs of Somalia, after almost 3 decades of civic conflict & violent extremism remain a long term, if not generational process, such progress will be unachievable in the absence of solid foundations for peace & security, particularly at community levels. Currently, several regions remain at risk of deteriorating into clan based conflict & falling under the occupation of violent extremist groups, in the absence of consolidated, strategic support for stability. Since 2016, our client has been supporting the government to lead & for communities to drive transition & recovery processes in areas impacted by displacement, conflict & violent extremism. These programs, which are implemented through our clients Transition & Recovery Pillar (TRP) project in Somalia, are intended to promote peace, security & stability in fragile & displacement affected areas of Somalia. Under the overall supervision & management of the Senior Program Coordinator (Community Stabilization) & the Program Officer (Monitoring, Evaluation & Communications) & the direct supervision of the National Officer (Monitoring, Evaluation & Reporting) the successful the candidate will be responsible for coordinating the activities of the program’s monitoring, evaluation & reporting functions. Role objectives: Assist in collecting relevant information & supporting in the program reporting by closely coordinating with program teams & focal persons to assist the program implementation teams. Provide timely & accurate reports & develop tools that harmonize between field needs & database reporting. Assist in developing project monitoring plans & operational monitoring tools (e.g., check lists, questionnaires, interviews & survey forms, etc.) with clear & concise roles, timelines & targets. Lead data collection through household surveys, Key Informant Interviews (KII's) & Focus Group Discussion (FGD's) in timely manner & assist in translating data collection tools including post intervention monitoring tools, baseline, mid term, end line, impact evaluation methodologies from English to Somali. Participate in strengthening existing Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E;) systems for the projects & keep records of M&E; documents in hard & soft copies, organize them based on the activity related & upload into Share Point accordingly, the data management system & present when required. Establish an effective system for assessing the validity of M&E; data through a review of activities, completed monitoring forms / databases & a review of aggregate level statistics reported. Conduct periodic field monitoring visits to maintain current information for accurate documentation & reporting, coordinate logistics & play a key role in all internal & external assessments. Work closely with the project staff to ensure that accurate & concise success stories / human interest stories are documented & lessons learned from project evaluations are recorded properly & shared with the program teams on time. Closely follow up with complaints, response & feedback mechanism. Perform such other duties as may be assigned. Project reporting: This role works under the overall supervision & management of the Senior Program Coordinator (Community Stabilization) & the Program Officer (Monitoring, Evaluation & Communications) & the direct supervision of the National Officer (Monitoring, Evaluation & Reporting). Key competencies: Bachelor’s degree or higher in social science, M&E;, international development or a related field from an accredited academic institution with four years of relevant professional experience or a high school diploma with six years of relevant professional experience. Experience in M&E;, accountability & learning, including knowledge of remote implementation. Experience producing M&E; reports including baselines, endlines, FGD reports, post intervention monitoring. Experience working for an International Non Government Organisation (INGO) or UN (United Nations) agency. Experience with international humanitarian organizations, non governmental or governmental institutions / organizations in a multi cultural setting. Experience supervising a team & coordinating with different stakeholders for the implementation of M&E; activities. Knowledge of working in conflict / volatile contexts on community stabilization in Somalia. Knowledge of implementing M&E; activities for community stabilization programming. Excellent & demonstrable analytical, communication & writing skills. Knowledge in the usage of Kobo collect for M&E; data collection & office software packages (MS Word, Excel, etc.) & knowledge of spreadsheet & data analysis. For all applicants, fluency in English & Somali is required (oral & written). Respects & promotes individual & cultural differences. Encourages diversity & inclusion. Maintains high ethical standards & acts in a manner consistent with organizational principles / rules & standards of conduct. Demonstrates ability to work in a composed, competent & committed manner & exercises careful judgment in meeting day to day challenges. Demonstrates willingness to take a stand on issues of importance. Shows compassion for others, makes people feel safe, respected & fairly treated. Develops & promotes effective collaboration within & across units to achieve shared goals & optimize results. Produces & delivers quality results in a service oriented & timely manner. Is action oriented & committed to achieving agreed outcomes. Continuously seeks to learn, share knowledge & innovate. Takes ownership for achieving the organization’s priorities & assumes responsibility for own actions & delegated work. Encourages & contributes to clear & open communication. Explains complex matters in an informative, inspiring & motivational way. Provides a clear sense of direction, leads by example & demonstrates the ability to carry out the organization’s vision. Assists others to realize & develop their leadership & professional potential. Creates an enabling environment where staff can contribute their best & develop their potential. Promotes shared values & creates an atmosphere of trust & honesty. Works strategically to realize the organization’s goals & communicates a clear strategic direction. Leads with humility & shows openness to acknowledging own shortcomings. Team management: This role has no team management responsibility. Further information: Qualified female candidates are encouraged to apply for this role. The highest educational certificate of the selected candidate will be sent for verificaiton. How to applyhttps://app.tayohr.io/jobs/detail/vac-12193-senior-monitoring-and-evaluation-associate-10913
A DEPUTY FIELD COORDINATOR - PROGRAM
Country: Ukraine Organization: Action contre la Faim France Closing date: 14 Jul 2024 About : Action contre la Faim Créée en 1979, Action contre la Faim est une organisation non gouvernementale internationale qui lutte contre la faim dans le monde. Sa charte des principes humanitaires - indépendance, neutralité, non-discrimination, accès libre et direct aux victimes, professionnalisme, transparence - fonde son identité depuis plus de 40 ans. Sa mission est de sauver des vies en éliminant la faim par la prévention, la détection et le traitement de la sous-nutrition, en particulier pendant et après les situations d'urgence liées aux conflits et aux catastrophes naturelles. Action contre la Faim coordonne ses programmes autour de 5 domaines d'activités : Nutrition et Santé - Santé Mentale, Soutien Psychosocial et Protection - Sécurité Alimentaire et Moyens d'Existence - Eau, Assainissement et Hygiène - Plaidoyer. En 2022, Action contre la Faim est venue en aide à plus de 28 millions de personnes dans 46 pays à travers le monde. www.actioncontrelafaim.org Mission : We are looking for our new Deputy Field Coordinator for Program in Ukraine, in order to ensure the overall implementation of the projects within the fields of implementation, coordinating the activities and building the capacity of Program Manager (PM) to identify and implement high quality program activities in an accountable manner, and in conformity with ACF such as donor requirements and base, area and mission strategy. Under the supervision of the Field Coordinator, you will help to develop and implement base Program strategy, manage the team in the base, support ongoing PM nationalisation process and coordinate activities in order to support activities implementation and tackle operational challenges. More precisely, your role will be to: Contribute to identify sectoral needs, to design program strategy and operational development. Support and coordinate PMs to ensure the implementation, monitoring and reporting of projects. Support PMs to contribute to program quality and accountability processes and measure program impact. Contribute to team management and human resourcing. Participate in the coordination and representation of ACF in your field of intervention. Ensure the compliance to the ACF Values and Principles, Gender equality, Child protection sensitivity and Safeguarding policies. Profile : You hold a Bachelor Degree in humanitarian, social sciences, or similar fields with at least 2 years of experience in project or grants management in field-based setting or at least 4 years in international organizations. You have an extensive knowledge of Humanitarian coordination mechanisms and good knowledge of Wash, FSL, MHPSS, Health, Nutrition and/or Emergency activities. You already have worked in conflict-affected areas and you are able to work under pressure. You have a proven experience of project cycle management and using participatory tools and methodologies for assessment, implementation, monitoring and evaluation (project planning, budget management, etc.). You have already successfully managed a team and you are a good communicator and decision maker. You are well organised, autonomous and able to set priorities and manage time. You speak and write fluently in English. Knowledge of Ukrainian or Russian is a great asset. Conditions d'emploi For international candidates: Fixed term contract under French legislation: 4 months Monthly gross salary from 2?332 to 2?676 euros upon experience Reimbursement of the pension insurance for non-French citizens: 16% of the gross monthly salary Annual salary increase: 6% increase after and each 12 months of continuous contract Monthly per diem and living allowance: 838euros net, field paid Monthly country allowance: 450euros Cold allowance: Reimbursement for the purchase of winter equipment for a maximum of 380euros per person per year in severe cold contexts Child allowance: 1500euros per year per child present in the country of origin (maximum 6000euros/year) Transportation and accommodation: Coverage of transportation costs and guest house Medical coverage: ACF covers 100% of the social security, health insurance, and repatriation insurance agreement fees. Salary sustainment measures (sickness, paternity, maternity) Leaves and RnR: 25 days of paid leaves per year, 20 RnR per year, airfare reimbursement with a ceiling to get to the chosen break destination, and 215 euros for each RnR period Accompaniment and trainings:Follow-up and support for career development Free and unlimited access to the certifying e-learning platform Crossknowledge © For national candidates: According to the internal and national salary conditions of ACF in Ukraine ACF is committed to people with disabilities and actively fights against all forms of discrimination. How to applyPour postuler, cliquez sur ce lien / To apply, please click on this following link : apply here
A DEPUTY FIELD COORDINATOR - PROGRAM - UKRAINE
Country: Ukraine Organization: Action contre la Faim France Closing date: 14 Jul 2024 About : Action contre la Faim Created in 1979, Action contre la Faim is a non-governmental organization that fights against hunger. Its charter of humanitarian principals- independence, neutrality, non-discrimination, free and direct access to victims, professionalism, transparency - has been part of its identity for more than 40 years. Its mission is to save lives by eliminating hunger through the prevention, detection and treatment of under-nutrition, particularly during and after emergency situations linked to conflicts or natural disasters. Action contre la Faim focuses its actions on 5 main areas of expertise: Nutrition and Health - Mental Health, Psychosocial Support and Protection - Food Security and Livelihoods - Water, Sanitation and Hygiene - Advocacy. In 2022, Action contre la Faim provided aid to 28 million people in more than 46 countries worldwide. www.actioncontrelafaim.org Mission : We are looking for our new Deputy Field Coordinator for Program in Ukraine, in order to ensure the overall implementation of the projects within the fields of implementation, coordinating the activities and building the capacity of Program Manager (PM) to identify and implement high quality program activities in an accountable manner, and in conformity with ACF such as donor requirements and base, area and mission strategy. Under the supervision of the Field Coordinator, you will help to develop and implement base Program strategy, manage the team in the base, support ongoing PM nationalisation process and coordinate activities in order to support activities implementation and tackle operational challenges. More precisely, your role will be to: Contribute to identify sectoral needs, to design program strategy and operational development. Support and coordinate PMs to ensure the implementation, monitoring and reporting of projects. Support PMs to contribute to program quality and accountability processes and measure program impact. Contribute to team management and human resourcing. Participate in the coordination and representation of ACF in your field of intervention. Ensure the compliance to the ACF Values and Principles, Gender equality, Child protection sensitivity and Safeguarding policies. Profile : You hold a Bachelor Degree in humanitarian, social sciences, or similar fields with at least 2 years of experience in project or grants management in field-based setting or at least 4 years in international organizations.You have an extensive knowledge and understanding of Humanitarian coordination mechanisms and ideally good knowledge of Wash, FSL, MHPSS, Health, Nutrition and/or Emergency activities.You already have worked in conflict-affected settings and you are able to work under pressure.You have a proven experience of project cycle management and using participatory tools and methodologies for assessment, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and learning (project planning, budget management, etc.) with excellent reporting skills.You are particularly proficient at using computerized system/programs (Word, Excel, Outlook, and technical programs).You have already successfully managed a team (supervision, delegation, motivation, addressing conflicts). You are a good communicator and decision maker. You are well organised, autonomous and able to set priorities and manage time.You speak and write fluently in English. Knowledge of Ukrainian or Russian is a great asset. Conditions d'emploi For international candidates: Fixed term contract under French legislation: 4 months Starting date: 15-06-2024 Monthly gross salary from 2332 to 2676 euros upon experience Reimbursement of the pension insurance for non-French citizens: 16% of the gross monthly salary Monthly per diem and living allowance: 838euros net, field paid Monthly country allowance: 450euros Cold allowance: Reimbursement for the purchase of winter equipment for a maximum of 380euros per person per year in severe cold contexts Child allowance: 1500euros per year per child present in the country of origin, with a ceiling Transportation and accommodation: Coverage of transportation costs and guest house Medical coverage: ACF covers 100% of the social security, health insurance, and repatriation insurance agreement fees. Salary sustainment measures Leaves and RnR: 25 days of paid leaves per year, 20 RnR per year, airfare reimbursement with a ceiling to get to the chosen break destination, and 215 euros for each RnR period Accompaniment and trainings For national candidates: According to the internal and national salary conditions of ACF in Ukraine ACF is committed to people with disabilities and actively fights against all forms of discrimination. How to applyPour postuler, cliquez sur ce lien / To apply, please click on this following link : apply here
Land Use Lawyer for MCA Kenya Policy and Legal Framework for Land Use Planning
Country: Kenya Organization: Tetra Tech Closing date: 15 Jul 2024 Tetra Tech International Development (International Development Jobs - Tetra Tech) is currently accepting expressions of interest from qualified candidates for a potential Land Use Lawyer position on an anticipated MCC-funded program in Kenya. Position Description: The overall Land Use Planning Project under the MCC Threshold Program aims to clarify land use and development control policy in a targeted area of Nairobi (a portion of Eastlands) in order to facilitate the construction of non-motorized transport infrastructure. This will be achieved through activities related to the policy and regulatory framework, target area land use planning, land use plan implementation support, and geographic information system platform development. The Policy and Legal Framework activity will be among the first activities implemented, with its own team. The team will be based out of Nairobi, Kenya, and focus on assessing the current development control framework for Nairobi City County (NCC) and drafting new or improved zoning and planning regulations, and related guidelines. The Land Use Lawyer will provide technical leadership and oversight to update the policy, legal and regulatory framework for control of property development, zoning, and land use planning in Nairobi City County. This position is anticipated to be a one-year, full-time commitment. Exceptional candidates may be considered for a part-time position. Responsibilities: * Lead a legal and regulatory assessment of Nairobi City County’s legal and policy Framework for land use planning; * Gather data and conduct research on urban growth trends and future economic development; * Draft a comprehensive development control policy that allows the Lands Directorate to regulate and manage land and property development more effectively across Nairobi City County; * Prepare a zoning regulation for the county and zoning map that defines land use and construction allowed on each land parcel; * Develop a new policy guideline that sets standards for the preparation and approval of integrated physical and land use development plans involving different stakeholders; * Undertake stakeholder consultations and public outreach events concerning the policy and regulatory framework assessments. Qualifications: * Minimum master’s degree in law, with experience in drafting legal instruments, including both laws and regulations; * Minimum ten (10) years of experience in land use planning, ideally with a focus on urban planning public policy, legal reform, or transportation; * Experience with donor-funded programs is a plus; * Fluency in English; knowledge of Swahili is a plus; * Kenyan nationals strongly encouraged to apply. How to applyTo be considered, please submit the following: * Cover Letter * CV in reverse chronological format Please indicate where you saw Tetra Tech’s IDS ad posted. Apply online at: Land Use Lawyer for MCA Kenya Policy and Legal Framework for Land Use Planning - Tetra Tech Careers (selectminds.com) Please ensure that only the requested documents noted above are submitted. Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please. Tetra Tech International Development is committed to safeguarding and technical excellence in equality and social inclusion. Our team of dedicated Gender, Youth, and Social Inclusion (GYSI) advisers work closely with our staff and partners to share international norms and best practices to improve the livelihoods of the world’s most marginalized groups. Tetra Tech International Development is especially interested in candidates that can contribute to our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives that aim to expand inclusion and an authentic sense of belonging to all our staff regardless of background. Reasonable Accommodations: We are dedicated to hiring an inclusive workforce. If you would like to request reasonable accommodations during the application process, please visit Tetra Tech’s Disability Assistance Page or contact our Global Talent Operations team. Our recruitment team looks forward to engaging in an interactive process to provide reasonable accommodations for candidates. Tetra Tech combines the resources of a global, multibillion-dollar company with local, client-focused delivery in more than 550 locations around the world. Our reputation rests on the technical expertise and dedication of our employees — 28,000 associates working together to provide smart, scalable solutions for challenging projects. We are proud to be home to leading technical experts in water, environment, infrastructure, resource management, energy, and international development. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action/Americans with Disabilities/Veterans employer.
Team Leader for MCA Kenya Policy and Legal Framework for Land Use Planning
Country: Kenya Organization: Tetra Tech Closing date: 15 Jul 2024 Tetra Tech International Development (International Development Jobs - Tetra Tech) is currently accepting expressions of interest from qualified candidates for a potential Team Leader position on an anticipated MCC-funded program in Kenya. Position Description: The overall Land Use Planning Project under the MCC Threshold Program aims to clarify land use and development control policy in a targeted area of Nairobi (a portion of Eastlands) in order to facilitate the construction of non-motorized transport infrastructure. This will be achieved through activities related to the policy and regulatory framework, target area land use planning, land use plan implementation support, and geographic information system platform development. The Policy and Legal Framework activity will be among the first activities implemented, with its own team. The Team Leader for this activity, based out of Nairobi, Kenya, will oversee the implementation for this activity, which will include assessing the current development control framework for Nairobi City County (NCC) and drafting new or improved zoning and planning regulations, and related guidelines. The Team Leader will supervise Tetra Tech’s in-country team and serve as Tetra Tech’s legal representative in Kenya and primary point of contact for local stakeholders. This position is anticipated to be a one-year, full-time commitment. Responsibilities: * Serve as Tetra Tech’s in-country project lead and legal representative in Kenya; * Act as primary point of contact for government officials, consortium partners, and other stakeholders; * Supervise 2-3 in-country staff and oversee overall implementation of activities and financial, administrative, and operational functions of the Activity, including oversight of subcontractors; * Provide technical oversight and participate in: assessing the current development control framework; drafting a new legal framework (or amendments to the current framework); preparing new zoning regulations and policy guidelines for integrated planning; and organizing appropriate stakeholder consultations; * Ensure compliance with MCC and U.S. Government rules and regulations, Kenyan environmental laws, and Tetra Tech project management best practices and systems; * Provide overall technical direction and oversight for the annual work planning process, monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL), and integration of gender and vulnerable populations across the project, in conjunction with local partners and other in-country staff; * Liaise with MCC as needed; and * Serve as primary point of contact for Tetra Tech Home Office Project Management Team and participate in regular check-in calls. Qualifications: * Minimum master’s degree in urban planning, law, environmental management, international development, or another related field; * Minimum fifteen (15) years of relevant professional experience in urban planning, land use planning, land law reform, or other relevant technical areas; * At least 5 years’ experience managing complex donor-funded development projects, preferably in Kenya or similar contexts; * Strong technical expertise in land use planning methodologies, and/or legal/regulatory/policy reform; * Excellent leadership, interpersonal, and communication skills, with the ability to effectively engage and collaborate with diverse stakeholders; * Fluency in English; knowledge of Swahili is a plus; * Kenyan nationals strongly encouraged to apply. How to applyTo be considered, please submit the following: * Cover Letter * CV in reverse chronological format Please indicate where you saw Tetra Tech’s IDS ad posted. Apply online at: Team Leader for MCA Kenya Policy and Legal Framework for Land Use Planning - Tetra Tech Careers (selectminds.com) Please ensure that only the requested documents noted above are submitted. Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please. Tetra Tech International Development is committed to safeguarding and technical excellence in equality and social inclusion. Our team of dedicated Gender, Youth, and Social Inclusion (GYSI) advisers work closely with our staff and partners to share international norms and best practices to improve the livelihoods of the world’s most marginalized groups. Tetra Tech International Development is especially interested in candidates that can contribute to our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives that aim to expand inclusion and an authentic sense of belonging to all our staff regardless of background. Reasonable Accommodations: We are dedicated to hiring an inclusive workforce. If you would like to request reasonable accommodations during the application process, please visit Tetra Tech’s Disability Assistance Page or contact our Global Talent Operations team. Our recruitment team looks forward to engaging in an interactive process to provide reasonable accommodations for candidates. Tetra Tech combines the resources of a global, multibillion-dollar company with local, client-focused delivery in more than 550 locations around the world. Our reputation rests on the technical expertise and dedication of our employees — 28,000 associates working together to provide smart, scalable solutions for challenging projects. We are proud to be home to leading technical experts in water, environment, infrastructure, resource management, energy, and international development. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action/Americans with Disabilities/Veterans employer.
Financial Capabilities Specialist
Country: United States of America Organization: International Rescue Committee Closing date: 13 Aug 2024 Job Overview IRC in Phoenix's Economic Empowerment (EE) department assists refugees in achieving self-sufficiency by operating economic development programs designed specifically to meet their unique needs. The EE department supports low-income families to increase their financial knowledge and capability, helps them to develop savings strategies, connects them with asset building services and low-interest financial products. Major Responsibilities: Serve as a focal point for the dissemination of program information to potential participants and community partners. Coordinate and accurately track orientation, application, compliance, and close out of participants. Create and maintain case files for each program participant and enter data in the data tracking database and follow strict quality assurance guidelines. Confirm participants have access to required workshops, whether referred to community partners or facilitated in-house. Provide both group and individual financial education. Provide regular, one on one technical assistance to participants. Closely monitor the status of each program participant’s progress and address barriers to enable the greatest chance of participant success. Participate in all program meetings, staff development activities, and fully engage as a member of the team. Provide Economic Empowerment Manager with data for narrative reports to program funders. Comply with all IRC policies, procedures and protocols including adherence to the IRC Way and Child Safeguarding. Job Requirements: Undergraduate degree in Economics, Finance, Business, Development, or related field required. 3+ years of related professional experience. Excellent cross cultural understanding and communication skills. Fluency in written and spoken English, with bi-lingual ability preferred. Ability to work independently and detail oriented strongly preferred. Competency with Microsoft Office, particularly Excel and database experience. Demonstrated multi-cultural experience. Valid driver’s license, active insurance policy, and access to reliable transportation. Must possess or be eligible to receive a fingerprint clearance card. Working Environment: A combination of standard office environment, remote work, and ‘field’ time within the service delivery area to perform the above outlined responsibilities. May require occasional weekend and/or evening work to meet the needs of clients’ schedules. Posted pay ranges apply to US-based candidates. Ranges are based on various factors including the labor market, job type, internal equity, and budget. Exact offers are calibrated by work location, individual candidate experience and skills relative to the defined job requirements. Equal Opportunity Employer: We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation. US Benefits: The IRC offers a comprehensive and highly competitive set of benefits. All US employees are eligible for sick time, a 403b retirement savings plans: up to 4.5% immediately vested matching contribution, plus an 3-7% additional IRC contribution, and an Employee Assistance Program which is available to our staff and their families to support in times of crisis and mental health struggles. In addition, full-time employees are eligible for 10 US paid holidays, 20-25 paid time off days, disability & life insurance, medical, dental, and vision insurance (employee contribution starting at $135, $7, and $5 per month respectively) and FSA for healthcare, childcare, and commuter costs. Part-time employees are eligible for a proportionate amount of paid time off. These additional benefits apply to employees who work at least 6 months within a 12-month time period. How to applyhttps://careers.rescue.org/us/en/job/req52373/Financial-Capabilities-Specialist
Refugee Cash Assistance Coordinator
Country: United States of America Organization: International Rescue Committee Closing date: 13 Aug 2024 Job Summary The RCA Coordinator coordinates cash payments to clients enrolled in the RCA program. The coordinator provides supervision to a team of specialists who work directly with participants to determine program eligibility, provide enrollment and monthly compliance monitoring, and appropriate counseling at the close of services. They will work across office teams to ensure participant success and continued understanding of program rules. Major Responsibilities: Assess eligibility for program enrollment for refugees, asylees, victims of trafficking, Cuban/Haitian parolees, SIV holders, and other eligible immigrants. Supervise RCA Eligibility Assistant and two RCA Eligibility Specialists. Keep staff updated on programmatic and eligibility changes as they occur. Monitor RCA enrollment process for participants deemed eligible for assistance. Ensure accurate documentation is collected and uploaded into state database (ARRPODS). Verify potential enrollees are not enrolled in any other cash assistance program. Promote collaboration between the RCA team and other IRC teams and community partners. Monitor monthly check in meetings (recertifications) with clients to ensure compliance with program responsibilities. Collaborate with employment team staff to monitor participants’ continued understanding of program guidelines and compliance. Follow appropriate case closure processes, including one-on-one meetings to discuss self-sufficiency and transition off of cash assistance. Provide monthly quality assurance checks on closed cases. Work as part of a cross-department team to provide comprehensive, trauma-informed, strength-based services to IRC clients through coordination of cases and effective communication between team members and departments. Coordinate with colleagues across departments on addressing participant needs and barriers to self-sufficiency. Participate in all program meetings, staff development and wellness activities and fully engages as a member of the team. Attend all required state trainings and meetings. Follow all IRC policies, procedures and protocols including adherence to the IRC Way and Child Safeguarding. Other duties as assigned. Job Requirements: Undergraduate degree in social work or related field or equivalent work experience. Two+ years of professional work experience; preferably in a non-profit or social services environment or in role of supervision. A minimum of one-year direct casework experience. Fluency in written and spoken English, bilingual ability preferred in Spanish, Swahili, Kinyarwanda, Arabic, Dari, Pashto, or other refugee/immigrant language used in Arizona. Cross-cultural understanding and strong communication, both written and verbal. Lived experience as refugee or immigrant. In lieu of lived experience, experience working with refugees and/or immigrants or experience working cross-culturally Ability to prepare accurate and timely reports, document client interactions and services and maintain updated and accurate case files. Computer proficiency with an emphasis on Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Teams, Outlook). Proven experience in web-based data entry systems, with database experience strongly preferred. Highly organized self-starter with proven success prioritizing multiple tasks, making critical decisions, and delivering results in a fast-paced environment with stringent deadlines Strong attention to detail with the ability to prioritize and manage time effectively. Must have a valid driver’s license, active insurance policy, access to reliable transportation and the ability to travel regularly throughout the service delivery area for home visits, and visits to other agencies or service providers. In accordance with Arizona State Law, must possess or be eligible to receive a fingerprint clearance card. Working Environment A combination of standard office environment, remote work, and ‘field’ time within the service delivery area to perform the above outlined responsibilities. Coordinator must be present in the office three days each week, including days with open walk in hours. Occasional domestic (non-local) travel required; up to 10%. May require occasional weekend and/or evening work. Posted pay ranges apply to US-based candidates. Ranges are based on various factors including the labor market, job type, internal equity, and budget. Exact offers are calibrated by work location, individual candidate experience and skills relative to the defined job requirements. Equal Opportunity Employer: We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation. US Benefits: The IRC offers a comprehensive and highly competitive set of benefits. All US employees are eligible for sick time, a 403b retirement savings plans: up to 4.5% immediately vested matching contribution, plus an 3-7% additional IRC contribution, and an Employee Assistance Program which is available to our staff and their families to support in times of crisis and mental health struggles. In addition, full-time employees are eligible for 10 US paid holidays, 20-25 paid time off days, disability & life insurance, medical, dental, and vision insurance (employee contribution starting at $135, $7, and $5 per month respectively) and FSA for healthcare, childcare, and commuter costs. Part-time employees are eligible for a proportionate amount of paid time off. These additional benefits apply to employees who work at least 6 months within a 12-month time period. How to applyhttps://careers.rescue.org/us/en/job/req52372/Refugee-Cash-Assistance-Coordinator
Interpreter - Vietnamese
Country: United States of America Organization: International Rescue Committee Closing date: 14 Aug 2024 Job Overview: The Interpreter provides in-person and/or remote interpretation to facilitate, with accuracy, impartiality, and confidentiality, the language needs of Limited English Proficient (LEP) individuals and their service providers. Activities include providing professional interpretation services, use of software to track assignments, and occasional training and assessments. Major Responsibilities: Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Provide accurate, impartial, and confidential interpretation to LEP individuals and service providers in a variety of settings, including clinics, hospitals, schools, community-based organizations, and government agencies. Services may be rendered in-person, via telephone, videoconference, or other virtual means. Track assignments and work hours within designated software. Participate in training and assessments. May support special projects and initiatives. Other duties as assigned. Job Requirements: Education and Certifications: High school diploma strongly preferred. Interpretation certification preferred. Work Experience: Relevant professional interpretation experience preferred. Experience working with refugee and/or immigrant populations strongly preferred. Demonstrated Skills & Competencies: Cultural sensitivity: ability to build trust with clients, colleagues, and partners. Proficient in English, both spoken and written. Spoken proficiency in Somali. Attention to detail and accuracy in work product. Basic computer skills (Microsoft Office). Reliable transportation to appointment locations. Working Environment: Must be available for in-person interpretation in the San Diego area. May require occasional weekend and/or evening work. Most interpretation is done Monday-Friday between 8:30 and 5pm Posted pay ranges apply to US-based candidates. Ranges are based on various factors including the labor market, job type, internal equity, and budget. Exact offers are calibrated by work location, individual candidate experience and skills relative to the defined job requirements Equal Opportunity Employer: We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation. US Benefits: The IRC offers a comprehensive and highly competitive set of benefits. All US employees are eligible for sick time, a 403b retirement savings plans: up to 4.5% immediately vested matching contribution, plus an 3-7% additional IRC contribution, and an Employee Assistance Program which is available to our staff and their families to support in times of crisis and mental health struggles. In addition, full-time employees are eligible for 10 US paid holidays, 20-25 paid time off days, disability & life insurance, medical, dental, and vision insurance (employee contribution starting at $135, $7, and $5 per month respectively) and FSA for healthcare, childcare, and commuter costs. Part-time employees are eligible for a proportionate amount of paid time off. These additional benefits apply to employees who work at least 6 months within a 12-month time period. How to applyhttps://careers.rescue.org/us/en/job/req52409/Interpreter-Vietnamese
Administrative Assistant
Country: United States of America Organization: International Rescue Committee Closing date: 13 Aug 2024 Job Overview: The Administrative Assistant will serve as the central point of contact for clients with the IRC Immigration Legal Services team and provide administrative support to the team. This position involves working directly with clients in a fast-paced environment while maintaining professional standards for capturing accurate information, coordinating client appointments, and facilitating high quality communication. The Administrative Assistant will also conduct outreach to the broader community regarding services available through the IRC immigration program. This position reports to the staff attorney but works closely with all members of the immigration team. Major Responsibilities: Maintain up-to-date knowledge of IRC Abilene’s case acceptance policies, which include enrollment eligibility criteria across immigration legal services programs. Conduct preliminary screenings for walk-in clients seeking immigration legal services to determine potential program eligibility and triage scheduling or inclusion on a waitlist. Schedule appointments for immigration clients with legal assistants, legal representatives, and/or attorneys; follow up with clients through reminder text messages and/or phone calls. Maintain a detailed, accurate and comprehensive database of walk-in clients and returning clients, including basic biographic information, current contact information, and other data as needed. Answer phone calls, emails and text messages from clients and resolve common client concerns, such as regarding updated contact information, position on waitlists for services, or estimated USCIS case processing times; follow protocols to appropriately relay questions requiring legal analysis or more detailed case information to team members; and log all client communications in the case management software. Track inquiries for services, gathering data to inform program operations and services as identified by the Staff Attorney. Data may include number of walk-in clients, referral sources, waitlist times, and requested services. Open and log all mail (USCIS/NVC correspondence) for immigration programs into the case management software. Create and maintain virtual and/or physical case files according to standardized model. Scan and upload clear and complete copies of case-related documents to Box; print and prepare clear and complete copies of materials to be submitted to USCIS as part of legal filings. In coordination with the Staff Attorney, conduct monthly administrative file review. Understand and strictly abide by rules of confidentiality and protocols regarding unauthorized practice of law. Other tasks and projects as assigned by the Staff Attorney. Job Requirements: Bilingual in English and Spanish highly preferred. Fluency in spoken and written English. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail. Knowledge of and / or interest to learn about immigration legal services. Experience working and communicating effectively in a multi-cultural environment is required; experience with individuals who are Limited English Proficient (LEP) highly desired. Self-starter with strong problem-solving skills combined with a solid ability to prioritize duties, coordinate time effectively, and excel in a client-facing, fast-paced position. Interest and ability to contribute both independently and as a key team member. Proficient in Microsoft Office (i.e. Word, Excel, and Outlook) and web-based applications (i.e. Google forms, Box, ETO, databases). Work Environment: Standard office setting at IRC’s office in Abilene; regular evening or weekend activities as needed. Access to reliable transportation to travel and work off-site at programs (i.e. schools, apartment complexes, etc.). Posted pay ranges apply to US-based candidates. Ranges are based on various factors including the labor market, job type, internal equity, and budget. Exact offers are calibrated by work location, individual candidate experience and skills relative to the defined job requirements. Equal Opportunity Employer: We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation. US Benefits: The IRC offers a comprehensive and highly competitive set of benefits. All US employees are eligible for sick time, a 403b retirement savings plans: up to 4.5% immediately vested matching contribution, plus an 3-7% additional IRC contribution, and an Employee Assistance Program which is available to our staff and their families to support in times of crisis and mental health struggles. In addition, full-time employees are eligible for 10 US paid holidays, 20-25 paid time off days, disability & life insurance, medical, dental, and vision insurance (employee contribution starting at $135, $7, and $5 per month respectively) and FSA for healthcare, childcare, and commuter costs. Part-time employees are eligible for a proportionate amount of paid time off. These additional benefits apply to employees who work at least 6 months within a 12-month time period. How to applyhttps://careers.rescue.org/us/en/job/req52380/Administrative-Assistant
Field Coordinator. Kiev, Ukraine
Country: Ukraine Organization: Médicos del Mundo Closing date: 1 Aug 2024 Mission The Field Coordinator for Kiev will support the emergency management system and the response, implementation, and adaptation of MDM operations in Kiev to cope with the current emergency. In addition, he/she will lead the identification, design, implementation and adaptation of projects and programmes, in close liaison with other members of the coordination team and the logistics/finance department and act as main security focal point for his/her area of intervention. Geographical scope of intervention The successful candidate will be based in Kiev. Organisation chart The Field Coordinator is under the direct responsibility of Ukraine Country Coordinator. Functions Lead the different phases of programmes/projects and adaptation, based on the context/risk analysis and in line with the initial findings of needs/risk assessments and available resources. Ensure the program and project resources are planned, allocated and utilized effectively and transparently and in full accordance with local laws and donor requirements. Collaborate with the team to critically review and analyse systems in place to ensure ongoing budget monitoring, financial management and expense control and compliance Manage the base team and ensure each position has clearly defined and achievable objectives. Collect relevant information for the subsequent in-depth analysis of the humanitarian situation through key informants (international NGOs, local, UN, Donors, authorities, etc.) and understand the trends and evolution of the crisis, as well as knowing barriers / red lines or limitations in our potential interventions / actions. Maintain strategic vision and identify intervention opportunities and possible adaptation of our projects, including resources and risks analysis. Ensure ongoing budget monitoring, financial management and expense control and compliance for the projects in charged. Analyse possible gaps in the humanitarian response where MdM could contribute to improve the situation. Identification of possible actions and work modalities that could potentially be carried out, based on the needs and gaps identified. Contribute to a continuous in-depth analysis of the security situation, design, update and implementation of security management measures in his/her area of intervention. Act as main security focal point for his/her area of intervention, under the supervision of the General Coordinator and with the support of logistics/security team. Supports the management of context information using different tools or instruments: situation diagnostics, stakeholders mapping, sitreps and other tools may be needed. Maintain an adequate level of reporting internal and external and ensure the projects resources are planned, allocated and utilized effectively and transparently and in full accordance with local laws and donor requirements. Facilitate communication among staff and with the rest of the coordination team as required Required qualifications Academic background: University degree or diploma. Desirable: Master in International Cooperation and/or Humanitarian Aid Requirements Language: Fluent English (written and spoken), C1 level, required. Ukrainian/Russian: An asset Computer requirements: Office pack user level. Experience Previous experience in emergency contexts as General, Field or Project Coordinator Experience in supervision and team management Experience in emergency response in conflict areas Experience in representation with humanitarian actors, authorities and donors Experience in security management Experience in hard negotiations with local authorities, partners and staff in a volatile context Competence profile Excellent communication skills, listening and diplomacy skills. Organizational skills, rigor, ability to prioritize Ability to take quick decisions according to the context in coordination with the team. Diplomatic Reactivity, anticipation, adaptability, capacity to take initiatives. Organizational skills Good writing Ability to manage priorities Team spirit Capacity to work in a volatile security and administrative context Ability to have a global overview of a program and strategic vision Alignment with principles and ethics of Médicos del Mundo. Identification with the lines of work, values and mission of Médicos del Mundo. Availability July 2023 Salary Medicos del Mundo’s Salary charts. Category: Group 4 How to applyhttps://empleo.medicosdelmundo.org/jobs/field-coordinator-kiev-ukraine
MEAL Officer
Country: Türkiye Organization: Al Ameen Closing date: 24 Jun 2024 Job Title: MEAL Officer Position Status: Full time Location: Gaziantep ,Turkey Length of Contract: 12 Months About Us: ALAMEEN for Humanitarian Support is a non -governmental organization established by a group of volunteers in Syria during the crisis in 2012 and registered in the USA, Sweden, and turkey. ALAMEEN is implementing projects through regional offices in Syria, Turkey, Lebanon, Yemen, Sudan, Iraq, Palestine, and Somalia. Our work sectors are Health, Nutrition, Education, Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL), Protection, Shelter &Non-food; items, Wash and Sanitation. ALAMEEN also manages development projects, advocates to empower civil societies and local governance Job Description ALAMEEN is seeking a MEAL Officer to provide assistant in develop the framework, plans, and indicators for all projects of the institution to ensure the collection, analysis, and reporting of quality data and to supervise all M&E; department field staff in agreement with the other department directors. The MEAl officer will help apply organization rules and principles to improve the satisfaction, quality, and reliability of the information system and strengthen decision-making capacity. Responsibilities: Establish, roll out and manage the MEAL plan framework as per commitments of the Al Ameen programs; Track all projects outputs, outcomes, and objectives against targets/indicators. Write reports to document MEAL activities. Assistance in designing the MEAL log frame for projects, and following up with indicators to determine the progress; Working with the MEAL team in field locations to brief them on upcoming activities, methodologies, and research tools for MEAL activities; Coordinate with other departments especially with the programs team to ensure all potential data collection needs are addressed; Analyze weekly/monthly data submissions and/or oversee MEAL Assistant’s work, and monitor trends and highlighting concerns; Support planning, coordination, analysis, and preparation of findings for various assessments; Support MEAL team following review of weekly/monthly/quarterly data submissions, as well as project achievements against targets; collaboration with the MEAL team, provide recommendations for the implementing team as part of the Learning Process; Establish an internal excel database to support efficient, accurate data management, reporting, and data analysis; Ensure consistent use of data collection and reporting tools by key project team; monitor data quality and follow-up on issues identified; assist in reviewing databases and data tracking tools of diverse projects in order to maintain data quality for collating reliable and consistent data; help in preparing the satisfaction surveys, assessments, and field monitoring and evaluation exercises and impact assessments when needed; Respect and apply all the PSEA principles, and show high commitment to report any SEA action. Performs other duties as assigned. Ability to: Ability to work in a stressful setting and adapt quickly to changing environments Ability to conduct work in a professional and mature manner Ability to prioritise manage time effectively and work under pressure with deadlines. Apply principles and techniques to problems and issues Analyze and evaluate data and information, and make appropriate recommendations Ability to travel out of Turkey. Qualifications Bachelor degree in monitoring and evaluation; social sciences; statistics, and/or other relevant fields with at least Three years of relevant professional work experience respectively. Demonstrated understanding of direct monitoring and evaluation experience, specifically in the humanitarian and development context. Demonstrated experience developing tools and systems for, and building capacity of others in skills related to, program tracking and documentation. Knowledge of monitoring and evolution methodologies, including logical models, conceptual frameworks, and assessment/evaluation. Demonstrated experience of implementing beneficiary complaint and feedback mechanisms. Strong reporting skills. Strong analytical skills, including knowledge of quantitative and qualitative methodologies and research design. Good proficiency in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel, Power BI. Preferred knowledge of mobile data collection tools such as Kobo Collect or ODK. Familiarity with information management systems and analysis software is a plus. Technical Skills and Personal qualities required Proactive, adaptable and capacity to take initiatives; Proactive approach to identifying solutions; Diplomatic and open-mindedness; Familiar with multicultural environment; Good analytical skills. Diplomacy and open-mindedness. Professionalism Team spirit Languages: ·Effective, high-quality communication, writing in English and Arabic (writing –reading –speaking), and interpersonal skills are essential. PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS: ALAMEEN and ALAMEEN Staff must adhere to the values and principles outlined in the ALAMEEN Way - Standards for Professional Conduct. These are Integrity, Service, and Accountability. By these values, the ALAMEEN enforces policies on Beneficiary Protection from Exploitation and Abuse, Child Safeguarding, Anti Workplace Harassment, Fiscal Integrity, and Anti-Retaliation and Combating Trafficking in Persons. Compliance & Ethics Promote and encourage a culture of compliance and ethics throughout ALAMEEN. As applicable to the position, maintains a clear understanding of ALAMEEN and donor compliance and ethics standards and adhere to those standards. Conducts work with the highest level of integrity. Communicate these values to staff and partners and require them to adhere to them. Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Actively promote PSEA (Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse) standards within ALAMEEN and amongst beneficiaries served by ALAMEEN NB: considering the purpose and values of the organisation, ALAMEEN requests its complete employee flexibility in terms of duties and commitment, as their job description and title can be adjusted throughout the year according to needs and priorities. How to applyHow to apply To apply to this position, kindly fill in this link. https://form.jotform.com/232213851815957 if you have any inquiries, please contact us via: hr@alameen.ngo Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
REGIONAL CHILD PROTECTION ADVISOR- AFRICA AND COLOMBIA REGION
Organization: War Child International Closing date: 30 Jun 2024 ‘An experienced, strategic leader with a humanitarian background and people skills*’* About us War Child: the charity for children affected by war. We are a specialist charity for children in conflict, delivering high-impact programs that are rebuilding lives across Afghanistan, Iraq, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the Central African Republic, Colombia, Ukraine, Uganda, Burundi, South Sudan, Jordan, oPt, Syria and Yemen. We understand children’s needs, respect their rights, and support their efforts to find lasting solutions to address the underlying causes of their specific vulnerabilities. We look forward to a world in which the lives of children are no longer torn apart by war. This is a vision that can only be realized through the collective actions of children themselves, communities and their leaders, organizations like War Child, governments, and key decision-makers. Your Challenge Your role as regional Child Protection Advisor is to strengthen War Child’s regional humanitarian support and response capacity based on the commitment to a meaningful and effective localisation agenda. War Child’s child protection programming prioritises technical assistance, strategic and programmatic development and support, coordination, competency development (training/supervision/mentoring/coaching), and surge capacity for emergencies. The position provides thought leadership to ensure quality programming, primarily focussed on evidence-based interventions in line with War Child’s care system and on advocacy around local, international and global standards and well-integrated processes based on contextual needs. The Regional Child Protection Advisor reports to the Technical team lead with a dotted line to the Global Child Protection Advisor. Your Responsibilities Programme development and strategic confluence Proactively stay abreast of thematic developments in the region and countries. Active participation in local and regional child protection for a. Collaboration with country teams to set strategic priorities, visioning and programme development for child protection in the region, Lead the designing of regional/multi-country programmes that facilitate collaboration between variety of stakeholders and ensuring high-quality, coherent technical design. Works with COs and other stakeholders to develop, update and operationalize quality implementation of child protection initiatives. Foster regional strategic partnerships for new business development, e.g. Strategic positioning with donors at regional level. Lead the design of regional/multi-country programmes, facilitating collaboration between COs and ensuring high-quality, coherent technical design. Collaborate with the region and country offices to review child protection -specific components of proposals. Participate in global and regional child protection in the form of collaboration in events and campaigns geared at policy change and lobbying for effective and meaningful local participation. Engage with country office teams to draft briefs and products, coach team members on preparation of messages and presentations for communication at child protection events. Result: War Child’s CP programmes in the Africa and Colombia region are well designed and in line with organisation and international standards of Child Protection in humanitarian settings. Programme quality and technical support Collaborate with stakeholders (COs, partners) to understand capacity strengthening needs. Develop a capacity strengthening plan in response to identified programme directions and associated needs. Be a focal point in the region to provide capacity and competency building, including to partners, with focus on improving quality of child protection and integrating new methods. Provide timely technical guidance to country teams, ensuring competencies and expertise for the contextualisation, implementation and monitoring of evidence-based and best practice child protection programming. Guide child protection inputs into country and global strategies, policies and guidance by reviewing and providing inputs to technical documents, guidelines, program development, country strategies, policies, both regionally and globally as needed. Collaborate with COs to gather lessons learnt from child protection programs, including documentation and dissemination of new knowledge and ensure that lessons learnt are shared. Coordinate monthly communication plans with a focus on disseminating key products, research and messages on social media channels and other mediums, Collaborate with COs to develop and implement child protection - fast aid initiatives. This might include in conducting assessments and delivery of a quality child protection response. Provide technical oversight to COs with implementation and monitoring of regional/multi-country/and country specific child protection programmes, to ensure high-quality delivery, monitoring, and evaluation in line with War Child’s thematic guidelines, M&E; (monitoring & evaluation) framework and other relevant policies and tools. Coordinate integrated programming approaches and boost child protection mainstreaming across other sectors. Particularly to ensure up to date developments of cross cutting issues- localisation, gender, youth, accountability and learning. Providing interim (‘gap filling’) technical assistance to specific COs or programmes when in-country capacity is not available. Result: War Child’s Child Protection programmes in the Africa and Colombia region are delivering quality programming aligned with internal theory of change and international standards. Roll-out and scaling of evidence-based interventions Contribute to the development of core War Child’s care system interventions, such as the Seeds approach. Collaborate with COs to support roll-out and scaling of War Child’s global care system and evidence-based interventions (EBIs) including support to develop new methodologies, and in coordination with countries, with particular focus on ensuring relevance and context appropriateness of methodologies. Collaborate with the regional Scaling Coordinator to promote partnership development in the region to support scaling of interventions and contribute to network organization. Coordinate the capacity development of country teams and partners on the child protection interventions implemented in the region. Result: Scaling of War Child’s care system in the Africa and Colombia region is boosted through knowledge sharing, capacity building and relevant partnerships Cross-country learning and communication Coordinate regional working groups linked to the quality implementation of key child protection approaches, methodologies and strategies. Provide opportunities for regional cross-country knowledge acquisition, capacity and competency development. Gather lessons learnt and best practices from the region, including on scaling activities of evidence-based interventions, documentation and share to inform child protection programming regionally and globally. Coordinate child protection capacity development initiatives and share resources across countries. Ensure synergies and shared learning between countries and from country to global level and vice versa, including contextualization as needed. Develop and disseminate relevant child protection material among countries and regions. Support design of the regional programmes through sound and contextual analysis of cross-country child protection risks Result: Child protection programming in War Child’s Africa and Colombia region is of quality and coordinated through dissemination of child protection knowledge and capacity. Coordination, representation and fundraising Participate in and/or lead War Child’s child protection regional working group or sub-groups, ensuring design, implementation and monitoring of workplan that supports improving quality of child protection programming. Represent War Child in relevant regional child protection technical fora, including relevant regional child protection donor meetings as required. Support engagement and representation of national staff and partners in global and regional child protection technical groups. Attend and contribute to coordination and fundraising initiatives for child protection in the region and contribute to the development of regional initiatives focused on child protection. Participate in national platforms to increase knowledge, awareness and involvement of key government stakeholders and donors about the importance of child protection. Engage in fundraising efforts to expand child protection programs in the region, based on evidence gathered, monitored and analysed in countries, including proposal writing and review (technical components), in close coordination with regional partnerships and business development advisor. Result: War Child’s child protection programming is profiled at regional level with relevant stakeholders for increased access to fundraising opportunities, consortia and collaboration These duties provide a framework for the role and should not be regarded as a definitive list. Other reasonable duties may be required consistent with the grade of the post. Your Profile Knowledge and experience Advanced degree in Social Sciences, preferably social work, psychology or sociology, law or another relevant field. At least 5 years of extensive experience in child protection programming in the humanitarian sector focussing on case management, community based, and community led approaches and reintegration of children associated with armed forces and groups. Excellent knowledge and experience in using key tools and approaches, including humanitarian guidelines on child protection, case management and community based, or community led child protection approaches. Experience in child protection context, capacity and policy analysis at regional/international. Skilled at networking, representation, and partnership development to promote child protection learning and mobilize resources. Able to generate and use data and evidence to innovate, deliver, learn, and share what works and what doesn’t work for children. Demonstrated programme design, monitoring, and evaluation skills, including designing pathways to ensure exponential reach of children affected by conflict. Experience of preparing concept notes for resources mobilisation Excellent understanding of M&E; processes and interventions relevant for child protection Experience in advocating and communicating on issues related to child, youth and family child protection and interrelated thematic areas. Experience or exposure to youth or SGBV programming is an added advantage Fluent in English Working knowledge of French and Spanish is an advantage. Skills and competencies Diversity, inclusion and cultural sensitivity Interpersonal and communication skills Negotiation, coaching and influencing skills. Applying child protection principles Understanding humanitarian standards and principles Problem resolution focussed. Result oriented focus to ensure programme quality and impact. Managing in high-pressured and changing environments - adaptability and flexibility Demonstrating leadership - integrity and self-awareness Our Terms & Conditions A challenging job, within an inspiring and motivated team of people and the support of a strong and professional organisation in the Netherlands. A fair salary and comprehensive secondary benefits and opportunities to develop and learn professionally. Contract type: Local contract, salary grid and Terms & Conditions will apply. Expats will be offered an expat package. Contract duration: War Child Alliance will offer a 1 year contract with the intention to prolong into an open ended contract depending on mutual agreement and performance. Working hours: Full time, 40 hours per week. Note: The position is based in any country where War Child has a presence in the Africa and Colombia region and the successful candidate must be eligible to work in that country and is expected to travel in the region (and beyond) as needed. Our Organisation War Child is a dynamic organization. We try to keep an informal ambiance within our offices, with a lot of room for creativity, inspiration and self-initiative from employees. We practice what we preach: dynamic, innovative, integrity focused, and a drive to reach the highest possible results against the lowest possible costs. War Child Alliance offers a challenging job in an inspiring workplace. Child safeguarding Our work with children to keep them safe is the most important thing we do. We are committed to the safeguarding of children in all areas of our work. Successful applicants will be expected to be compliant and sign up to our Child Safeguarding policy, which you can read here: How War Child upholds Integrity | War Child How to applyInterested and qualified candidates are invited to apply before June 30th, 2024. Make sure to upload your English CV (maximum of two pages) and cover letter using this link: https://www.warchild.net/jobs/REGIONAL-CHILD-PROTECTION-ADVISOR-AFRICA-AND-COLOMBIA-REGION/ Please mention where you found this vacancy. Is this not your dream job? Support War Child by sharing this job with your network! 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 grounds 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 that, if you fail to submit it, no employment relationship can be established. 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 and youth is a paramount and essential to War Child’s work. War Child has a zero tolerance policy towards any form of abuse. To prevent placing children and youth at any risk 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. Disclaimer• Only applications received via our website are processed.• If we appoint a suitable candidate before the given closing date, we reserve the right to remove the vacancy from our website before that date. In such a case, any responses received after that time are not processed.• It could be that during our selection process the closing date for the vacancy is extended. If so, and you have not yet heard from us, your application will remain active.
Humanitarian Programme & Grant Coordinator
Country: Jordan Organization: CARE Danmark Closing date: 14 Jul 2024 Are you passionate about finding solutions and supporting the people most affected by climate change? Then join our team and help create a green and just world for the everybody, but above all the world's poorest and most climate vulnerable. The position is anchored CARE Denmark’s Programme, Grant & Compliance team in the International Department, which works with humanitarian aid and climate innovation in collaboration with CARE's country offices. The position requires an independent and flexible colleague who can navigate a wide range of different tasks in coordination with the Humanitarian team and the finance department as well as other parts of the thematic team (climate, innovation, private partnerships, and policy). The HPGC will support CARE Denmark’s growing Humanitarian portfolio and although based in MENA and supporting projects in the region (Syria, Palestine, Yemen and Jordan), it will also cover other locations – Ukraine, Afghanistan, Sudan, Kenya, Sahel. The place of work is Methqal Al Fayez Street 12, Third Circle, Amman, Jordan and the HPGC will be employed by the CARE Syria office and follow local terms of employment. The HPGM interacts on a day-to-day basis with the Senior Humanitarian Advisor (also Security Focal Point) however reports to the International Director for non-humanitarian related support functions. Your primary tasks: Support management of programmes and projects in close collaboration with the relevant country office's project managers and the thematic team at HQ, including development of and follow-up on budgets, payments, and monitoring of project implementation. Country portfolio management and coordination (above individual project level) Performing quality assurance and monitoring of key contractual deliverables, including proposal development support, budgets, reports, modification requests, close-out, and other significant cor-respondence with donors. Monitoring of grants related risks and mitigating measures in close collaboration with relevant CARE Denmark and Country Office risk owners. Assist with the identification of fundraising opportunities as well as continue to build strategic relationships and partnerships. Support M&E; processes incl. collection and systematisation of information and analysis of finance and narrative reports in relation to both donors (e.g. Danida, EU) as well as compliance with goals and progress. Ensure correct donor reporting and compliance in relation to both donor, finance and CARE's inter-national guidelines and processes in collaboration with contract and financial staff. We expect you to: Have experience with programme or project management, donor compliance and reporting to institutional donors. Have a good understanding of finances and the ability to manage a budget. Be able to create an overview and boil down large amounts of data into concentrated briefings. Be driven by supporting processes and making processes run smoothy. Have an analytical and detail-oriented approach to work. Speak and write English at business level. In return, we offer: A challenging job in an exciting workplace where we appreciate each other. A job in an organisation where we are ambitious, think innovatively and work together across departments, teams and countries. A job with great responsibility and the opportunity to learn from skilled colleagues. A job with meaning, where you help make a difference for climate vulnerable people. How to applySend your application no later than July 14th 2024. Please upload your application here: OHRMS®» Care - Humanitarian Programme and Grant Coordinator We do not accept applications via email. If you have any questions about the position, you are welcome to contact Richard Hamilton rhamilton@care.dk
Regional Finance Officer (RFO) – South East Africa
Organization: WeWorld Closing date: 28 Jun 2024 Position: Regional Finance Officer (RFO) – South East Africa Accountable to: International Programmes Finance Coordinator (IPFC) and Regional Finance Manager (RFM) of South East Africa Location: To be agreed. Possibility of remote working. Missions abroad are requested Deadline: 28/06/2024 Starting date: September 2024 Background WeWorld supports people in overcoming emergencies, and it strives to guarantee that everyone can have a decent and dignified life as well as opportunities and a better future. WeWorld works in 27 countries around the world, including in Italy, with more than 165 emergency, humanitarian aid and development projects. Its activities mainly involve women, girls and young people, actors of change in every community for a fairer and more inclusive world. The organization operates in several natural and man-made crisis in various regions of the world. The emergency response, coordinated by the Humanitarian Aid Unit, is composed by multi-sectorial interventions comprising of WASH, EiE, CVA, Food Security, Protection, and others. The organization operates also in protracted crisis with provision of humanitarian aid through a prevention, emergency relief and rehabilitation approach. Purpose of the Role The Regional Finance Officer (RFO) works under the direction of the International Programmes Finance Coordinator (IPFC) and Regional Finance Manager (RFM) of South East Africa, to ensure correctness and compliance of financial reporting, archive of projects’ archive and accounting, and to collaborate in the development of processes, monitoring and capacity building of finance staff in the countries within South East Africa region. MAIN TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES Financial Reporting & Audit Verify the financial report of projects prepared by the country staff, checking the compliance with donors’ and internal rules and monitor external and internal deadlines Collect supporting documents for the expenses incurred at HQ level where necessary for external controls. Perform a control on documents archived in the countries Provide support to the RFM to perform the expenditures verification and external audits of the projects Accounting Support the RFMs to check the Countries’ accounting and verify quarterly and annual reconciliations Upload project budgets or budget amendments to the accounting software and other necessary set up, if requested Allocate transactions made at HQ level to programmes Monitoring & Capacity Building Monitoring and capacity building missions on the field are requested Support the RFM in training, inductions and capacity building of finance staff Support the RFM in providing technical advise on finance and administrative matters to the countries Process Support the IPFC in the preparation of internal reporting for the International Finance Unit Support the IPFC in the development of internal tools and processes The duties and responsibilities mentioned above are not exhaustive, and the role holder may be required to perform additional duties. ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Qualifications and Knowledge An advanced university degree or equivalent in the field of Economics, Political Science or related fields, or equivalent Knowledge of main donors’ policies and procedures (ECHO, UN Agencies, EU, Italian Cooperation) Fluent in written and spoken English Fluent in written and spoken Italian Excellent computer skills including full working knowledge MS Office and Internet Professional experience At least 2 years of relevant work experience in a finance/accounting role in the NGO sector Skills and Abilities Accountancy skills Problem-solver approach with demonstrated resourcefulness in setting priorities and creating efficiencies Proven organizational skills and ability to effectively manage multiple tasks while fostering quality, team spirit and positive working relationships with colleagues Ability to perform under stress condition Strong commitment to the Mission of We World, genuine interest for international cooperation development topics Demonstrates integrity by modelling the NGO values and ethical standards; displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability DESIRABLE REQUIREMENTS Previous experiences at HQ or Regional level would be considered an asset Previous experience on the field, in Humanitarian or Development projects, would be considered an asset Fluency in French and/or Portuguese would be considered an asset WHAT WE OFFER Type of contract: a first 6 (six) month collaboration contract subject to verification of the achievement of specific objectives (these objectives will be agreed together with the Line Manager upon arrival on assignment); a second collaboration contract of 6 (six) months renewable, following the positive evaluation of the first months of contract Economic conditions to be defined according to WeWorld Expatriates Compensation Policy: Base Salary (seniority/role held) + Contributions (role complex and hardship based on place of work) Annual leave: 2,5 days/month (working days) Flight ticket: one return flight every 12 months of contract Health insurance: covered R&R;: NO How to applyHow to apply: Please send Cover Letter and CV at: https://weworld.intervieweb.it/jobs/regional-finance-officer-rfo-south-east-africa-526149/it/ The recruitment process may be closed early if a suitable candidate is found. Due to the large number of applications, we apologise in advance and will only respond to those profiles deemed suitable for the role.
HR Assistant (Roster)
Country: Myanmar Organization: UNOPS Closing date: 5 Jul 2024 Functional Responsibilities 1. Ensures implementation of HR strategies and procedures, focusing on achievement of the following results: Full compliance of HR processes and records with UNOPS rules, regulations, policies and strategies. Effective and efficient maintenance of HR shared folders and sub-folders including electronic filing of important correspondences captured in the HR generic email address 2. Implements HR services focusing on achievement of the following results: Recruitment support Review of requests for recruitment ensuring documentation is complete and in conformity with recruitment policies and procedures. Monitoring and tracking status of requests, and initiating follow up action to ensure submission is timely, accurate and contains complete documentation. Update and maintenance of information in recruitment systems to allow accurate statistical reporting. Circulate the vacancy announcements and upload in the various recruitment websites Arrange written assessments and interviews by scheduling with candidates, conducting assessments and checking the plagiarism Response to human resources queries from staff in the unit and elsewhere in the Programme and to requests for information on employment and recruitment status. Support in HR data tracking and reporting Extraction and input of data from various sources in the human resource database; Review of supporting documentation for processing various HR actions Checking absences in absence management system and maintenance of leave reports, enabling resource planning by the Programme/Project/Unit managers Maintenance of personnel files for all personnel at location, ensuring all documentation is complete; maintenance and update of confidential personnel information and documents, ensuring relevant documents are kept in their respective files; Assistance in the preparation of HR reports; drafting of routine correspondence; arrangement of meetings UNOPS, and UN-issued Human Resource and Personnel policy manuals, rules, regulations, guidelines, and circulars, updated and filed regularly; 3. Ensures facilitation of knowledge building and knowledge sharing, focusing on achievement of the following results: Participation in the training for the operations/ projects staff on HR. Contributions to knowledge networks and communities of practice. Sharing of Available Learning Resources/Opportunities in the UNOPS Learning Zone and those offered by other UN Agencies. Impacts of Results The key results have an impact on the overall execution of the UNOPS HR services in terms of quality and accuracy of work completed. Accurate and properly documented records enhance UNOPS capability in the HR management. Education/Experience/Language requirements Education: Completion of secondary school or equivalent is required. Undergraduate Diploma or Bachelor degree in Human Resources management, Business Administration related subjects is preferred, but not a requirement. Experience: Four years of relevant HR or administrative experience is required. Relevant Diploma or Bachelor degree may substitute for some of the required years of experience. Experience in the usage of computers and office software packages (i.e. MS Office, Google Suite, etc) is required. Language Working knowledge in written and oral English and Fluency in Myanmar is required. How to applyhttps://jobs.unops.org/Pages/ViewVacancy/VADetails.aspx?id=28373#6
Consultance coordinateur technique du programme « GNITAMU SE » 2022-2026 Burkina Faso
Country: Burkina Faso Organization: RCN Justice et Démocratie Closing date: 7 Jul 2024 1- RCN Justice & Démocratie (RCN J&D;) L’expertise de RCN J&D; dans le secteur de la justice se fonde sur près de 30 ans d’expérience, en Afrique principalement, notamment dans les pays des Grands Lacs. Au cours de ces années, l’organisation a connu plusieurs évolutions significatives, résumées ci-dessous : D’une justice d’urgence à une justice de développement. Depuis sa création en 1994, l’expertise de RCN J&D; s’est enrichie et a évolué. Si initialement les activités étaient fortement liées à la situation post-conflit (rétablissement de la justice, appui aux poursuites et autres activités de justice transitionnelle), l’organisation y a ajouté de plus en plus d’activités liées à la justice de proximité, dans l’objectif de contribuer au développement durable (accès aux terres, égalité homme-femme, accès à la justice, résolution pacifique des conflits, respect des droits fondamentaux, etc.). De la justice formelle à la justice plurielle. A l’origine, les activités étaient fortement orientées vers le renforcement du système judiciaire formel. L’approche sociétale et la prise en compte du contexte n’ont jamais été absentes de l’approche de RCN J&D.; Les interventions de l’organisation partent d’un constat : il existe une multitude de mécanismes de prévention et de résolution de conflits, complémentaires : ainsi, la justice s’entend au sens large – des institutions de la justice (système judiciaire, magistrats etc.) aux mécanismes dont disposent les justiciables pour réguler leurs conflits et problèmes au quotidien. Des droits civils et politiques aux droits socio-économiques. Si les activités étaient initialement très fortement axées sur le respect des libertés fondamentales des citoyens, la dimension socio-économique s’est imposée comme un facteur à prendre en compte, également pour la prévention des conflits violents et le développement. Depuis une dizaine d’années, RCN J&D; met un accent sur la sécurité foncière, en particulier celle des femmes. De l’accès à la justice à la participation citoyenne. En travaillant sur l’offre (appui aux institutions) et la demande de la justice (appui à la société civile et aux justiciables), RCN J&D; a pour objectif d’améliorer l’accès la justice. Depuis quelques années, il s’est avéré nécessaire de renforcer davantage l’interaction entre l’offre et la demande, de renforcer la participation des citoyens dans le développement et la mise en œuvre des politiques de justice pour renforcer la légitimité, l’efficacité et la redevabilité de la justice. Des activités Sud au développement d’activités Nord-Sud. Au départ, les activités de RCN J&D; se déroulaient uniquement dans des pays post-conflit. Lors du premier procès relatif au génocide des Tutsi au Rwanda qui s’est déroulé en Belgique, RCN J&D; s’est rendu compte de l’importance de faire le lien entre les conflits qui se déroulent au Sud et le développement d’une conscience de ces conflits, de leurs causes et conséquences avec le public en Belgique, ainsi que de l’impact de ces conflits sur la diaspora originaire de ces pays. RCN J&D; intervient actuellement dans 6 pays : Au Rwanda, RCN J&D; est présent et actif avec ses partenaires depuis octobre 1994 où l’organisation est notamment intervenue en soutien au système judiciaire rwandais (y compris les Gacaca) dans la résolution du contentieux du génocide. Depuis une dizaine d’années RCN J&D; appuie aussi la justice de droit commun, comme la réduction des arriérés judiciaires, l’accompagnement de la réforme foncière, la formation des Abunzi (médiateurs), etc. En lien avec ses activités au Rwanda, RCN J&D; a développé ses premières activités en Belgique, en 2001, autour du premier procès des quatre accusés rwandais de crimes internationaux devant la cour d’Assises à Bruxelles (enregistrement du procès, promotion de la loi sur la compétence universelle, dialogue avec la diaspora rwandaise). Un programme d’éducation à la citoyenneté mondiale a été mis en place. RCN J&D; intervient depuis 2000 en République Démocratique du Congo. L’association appuie et travaille actuellement avec plusieurs organisations de la société civile pour qu’elles assurent un rôle de contre-pouvoir constructif et vigilant sur le respect strict de la loi par les institutions judiciaires (notamment au niveau de la chaine pénale). A ce niveau, un accent spécifique est mis sur la lutte anticorruption. RCN J&D; intervient également au niveau des mécanismes alternatifs à la justice formelle de résolution de conflits. Au Burundi, RCN J&D; a développé ses activités suite à la signature des Accords d’Arusha en 2001 sur l’entièreté du territoire national en appui à la justice de proximité et au processus de justice transitionnelle. Depuis 2018, RCN J&D; appuie désormais ses partenaires burundais à travers un dispositif d’accompagnement technique et organisationnel. Au Maroc, RCN J&D; appuie depuis 2017 l’organisation OAG 2000 afin de contribuer au changement des attitudes sociales et judicaires face aux violences basées sur le genre dans la Région de l’Oriental. Le programme met en œuvre, par une approche multifocale, une série d’activités permettant de réaliser des changements d’attitude genre tout en soutenant une réponse plus efficace aux victimes de violence de la part des acteurs sociaux, judiciaires et des médias. Au Burkina Faso, RCN J&D; intervient depuis 2021 sur les enjeux de prévention des conflits par la promotion d’une justice accessible aux populations les plus vulnérables. Cet appui combine le renforcement de capacité des acteurs alternatifs de résolution de conflits (principalement dans le domaine foncier) ainsi que le soutien aux juridictions et à la chaîne pénale afin d’améliorer le respect des droits humains. 2- Contexte de la consultance Grâce au soutien de la coopération belge au développement, RCN J&D; et son partenaire, CINESDA, assurent de 2022 à 2026 la mise en œuvre du programme GNITAMU SE au Burkina Faso « Justice de proximité, Justice plurielle : concilier et juger pour une paix durable ». Ce programme porte essentiellement sur l’accessibilité à la justice, l’apurement des arriérés judiciaires, la prévention et le règlement alternatif des conflits dans la boucle du Mouhoun. Au regard du contexte sécuritaire du Burkina Faso, le projet portera sur une commune (Dédougou) dont sa juridiction, parmi les plus anciennes, connaît un fort taux d’arriéré judiciaire. L’action intervient sur deux niveaux de conflictualité et sur deux niveaux de temporalité : La justice institutionnelle et étatique avec un objectif à court terme de désengorger les tribunaux en appuyant l’apurement de l’arriéré judiciaire, La justice traditionnelle par la promotion et le renforcement des mécanismes alternatifs de règlement des conflits avec une approche à moyen terme. Par ces deux axes d’intervention, il s’agit de promouvoir la prévention des conflits et la consolidation de la paix en appuyant d’une part la mission régalienne de l’Etat en mobilisant un appui rapide à son secteur de la justice et en renforçant le rôle des mécanismes alternatifs de règlement des conflits d’autre part. L’action cherche à renforcer la bonne articulation entre les mécanismes formels et informels de la justice afin que leur reconnaissance mutuelle améliore l’accès à la justice de proximité pour régler les conflits. En intervenant sur les facteurs qui affaiblissent le système d’allégeance propre à l’Etat et à la Justice, l'action s’inscrit dans une logique de prévention des conflits par un meilleur accès à une justice de proximité dans l’entendement, l’espace et le temps. RCN J&D; ne dispose pas d’un bureau local au Burkina Faso. Ainsi, afin de maintenir un accompagnement de proximité du partenaire de RCN J&D; et assurer un développement du programme-pays, il est envisagé de recourir à l’appui d’un.e consultant.e. 3- Objectifs de la consultance RCN J&D; recherche un.e consultant.e en coordination technique du Programme de RCN J&D; au Burkina Faso, financé de 2022 à décembre 2026, incluant prioritairement : Le suivi et développement du programme GNITAMU SE (garantir une planification réaliste, la qualité des résultats à travers un analyse technique, le respect de la bonne exécution budgétaire et la production des éléments de rapportage) ; L’accompagnement technique et organisationnel du CINESDA, organisation de la société civile partenaire, impliquant notamment la réalisation d’un diagnostic organisationnel, l’élaboration d’un plan de renforcement de capacités et l’appui de proximité au partenaire en fonction des besoins identifiés conjointement ; La représentation de RCN J&D; au Burkina Faso incluant la participation à des rencontres bailleurs (cadres de concertation…) et l’identification de potentielles synergies avec les autres acteurs (participation aux différents clusters en matière de justice et cohésion sociale, développement du réseau, analyse régulière du contexte et parties prenantes, etc.) ; La recherche de co-financement du programme et de nouveaux financements pour assurer la durabilité du programme. La consultance s’exerce en étroite collaboration avec la Chargée de programmes au siège de RCN J&D.; Les missions détaillées de la consultance sont annexées à l’appel d’offres. L’appui de proximité impliquera une présence au bureau de CINESDA à Ouagadougou, ainsi que des déplacements réguliers dans la zone d’intervention, la commune de Dédougou (Province du Mouhoun). 4- Durée La prestation commencera dès que possible et jusqu’au 31/12/2024 dans un premier temps. Elle pourra être renouvelée chaque année sur base des financements disponibles et des besoins identifiés par RCN J&D; avec son partenaire, le CINESDA. La prestation est estimée à 4 jours par semaine (en moyenne), dont 4 jours par mois (en moyenne) dans la commune de Dédougou. 5- Profil recherché : Localisation : Etre implanté.e au Burkina Faso Diplômes : Master en droit (bac+5) ou expérience équivalente. Expériences professionnelles et compétences : Au moins 8 ans d’expérience dans le secteur de l’Etat de droit et en particulier dans le secteur de la justice au Burkina Faso et/ou dans d’autres pays de la région sahélienne (avocat, juriste, magistrat,…) Au moins 4 ans d’expérience dans la mise en œuvre de projets de coopération internationale (gestion de projet y compris la gestion financière) Au moins 4 ans d’expérience dans l’appui au renforcement de capacités des OSC Expériences réussies dans la recherche de financement, bonne connaissance des partenaires techniques et financiers du Burkina Faso Compétences avérées dans l’appui au montage de projets et la rédaction de demande de subvention Bonne connaissance du contexte du Burkina Faso, particulièrement en matière de justice (y compris traditionnelle/endogène) Bonnes capacité d’écoute et d’animation Rigueur et capacité d’organisation Excellente maitrise du français tant à l’oral qu’à l’écrit Très bonne maitrise des outils informatiques de base (Word, Excel, Power Point) Sont un plus : Des expériences de travail dans d’autres pays de la région sahélienne La maitrise de certaines langues locales du Burkina Faso La maitrise de l’anglais (oral et écrit) 6- Budget L’offre financière précisera le coût mensuel et/ou journalier de la consultance. Elle sera établie sur la base de 4 jours de prestation en moyenne par semaine et veillera à inclure l’ensemble des coûts liés aux déplacements à Dédougou pour une durée de 5 jours en moyenne par mois (frais de déplacement, nuitées et restauration). 7- Dossier de candidature Chaque dossier comprendra : Une offre technique décrivant l’approche méthodologique, les outils ainsi que les tâches que vous comptez mettre en œuvre Une offre financière comprenant le coût journalier/mensuel proposé de la consultance toutes taxes comprises et l’ensemble des frais afférents, y compris les frais de transports, restauration et nuitées dans la zone d’intervention de Dédougou. Un CV détaillé accompagné d’une liste de références en lien avec les expériences recherchées dans le présent appel d’offres. 8- Sélection des candidatures Les offres seront évaluées sur base de 3 critères : la qualité de l’offre méthodologique : compréhension des termes de référence, qualité et pertinence des méthodologies utilisées ; la qualification, l’expérience en lien avec le profil recherché dans l’appel d’offres ; How to applyModalités de dépôt des offres Les candidats intéressés et qualifiés peuvent adresser des demandes d’informations complémentaires à : Florence Schinckus, Chargée de programmes (florence.schinckus@rcn-ong.be) Date limite de remise des offres par courrier électronique au plus tard le 7 juillet 2024 à l’adresse suivante : florence.schinckus@rcn-ong.be en mentionnant en objet « AO consultant Burkina Faso »
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