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ICT Operations and Support Engineer
UNU: ICT Operations and Support Engineer in Tokyo. Closing date: 0000-00-00
ICT Helpdesk Technician
UNU: ICT Helpdesk Technician in Tokyo. Closing date: 0000-00-00
96600
IMF: 96600 in Full-time. Closing date: 1970-01-01
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UN DSS: 1 - , in . Closing date: 1970-01-01
UNOPS: in 3. Closing date: 1970-01-01
172229
IMF: 172229 in 172229. Closing date: 1970-01-01
General Profile
WHO: General Profile in Anywhere. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Budget Associate, Resource Planning and Budgeting Branch, Division for Management Services
UNFPA: Budget Associate, Resource Planning and Budgeting Branch, Division for Management Services in New York, USA. Closing date: 1970-01-01
INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME at UNFPA
UNFPA: INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME at UNFPA in Multiple. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Temporary Appointment -Technical Specialist, Innovation, Technical Division
UNFPA: Temporary Appointment -Technical Specialist, Innovation, Technical Division in New York, USA. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Deputy Executive Director (Management), Assistant Secretary General (ASG) Level, Office of Executive Director, New York
UNFPA: Deputy Executive Director (Management), Assistant Secretary General (ASG) Level, Office of Executive Director, New York in New York. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Technical Specialist, Health Systems Strengthening, Dakar, WCARO, P-4
UNFPA: Technical Specialist, Health Systems Strengthening, Dakar, WCARO, P-4 in Dakar, Senegal. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Temporaire (TA): Coordinateur Inter-Agences, Muskoka, Bamako, Mali, P-4
UNFPA: Temporaire (TA): Coordinateur Inter-Agences, Muskoka, Bamako, Mali, P-4 in Bamako, Mali. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Monitoring & Evaluation and Reporting Specialist, Humanitarian Office, New York, P-4
UNFPA: Monitoring & Evaluation and Reporting Specialist, Humanitarian Office, New York, P-4 in New York, USA. Closing date: 1970-01-01
197049
IMF: 197049 in 197049. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Consultant: Results Reporting and Communications
UNFPA: Consultant: Results Reporting and Communications in New York, USA. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Consultant: Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse and Sexual Harassment (PSEAH)
UNFPA: Consultant: Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse and Sexual Harassment (PSEAH) in New York, USA. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Programme and Technical Adviser, Gender, Human Rights & Culture
UNFPA: Programme and Technical Adviser, Gender, Human Rights & Culture in Cairo, Egypt. Closing date: 1970-01-01
197309
IMF: 197309 in 197309. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Programme Coordinator, FP and ASRH, Lusaka, Zambia, P-4
UNFPA: Programme Coordinator, FP and ASRH, Lusaka, Zambia, P-4 in Lusaka, Zambia. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Evaluation Analyst, Evaluation Office, New York, P-2
UNFPA: Evaluation Analyst, Evaluation Office, New York, P-2 in New York, USA. Closing date: 1970-01-01
196931
IMF: 196931 in 196931. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Temporary Appointment - Programme Specialist, Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS)
UNFPA: Temporary Appointment - Programme Specialist, Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) in Erbil, Iraq. Closing date: 1970-01-01
197269
IMF: 197269 in 197269. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Temporary Appointment - Sub-Cluster Coordinator, Gender Based Violence
UNFPA: Temporary Appointment - Sub-Cluster Coordinator, Gender Based Violence in Erbil, Iraq. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Consultant: Communications and Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
UNFPA: Consultant: Communications and Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Closing date: 1970-01-01
International Individual Consultant - Quality Assurance for Autopsy Kits Procurement, Maputo, Mozambique
UNFPA: International Individual Consultant - Quality Assurance for Autopsy Kits Procurement, Maputo, Mozambique in Maputo, Mozambique. Closing date: 1970-01-01
TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT (FAST TRACK)- SRHR in Emergencies Information Management Specialist, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, P-3
UNFPA: TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT (FAST TRACK)- SRHR in Emergencies Information Management Specialist, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, P-3 in Cox's Bazar. Closing date: 1970-01-01
CLOSING DATE EXTENDED: RE-ADVERTISEMENT- TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT- Programme Specialist, GBV (Prevention & Response), Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, P-3
UNFPA: CLOSING DATE EXTENDED: RE-ADVERTISEMENT- TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT- Programme Specialist, GBV (Prevention & Response), Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, P-3 in Port Moresby. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Consultant: Youth, Women, Civil Society and Private Sector Fora of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR)
UNFPA: Consultant: Youth, Women, Civil Society and Private Sector Fora of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) in Johannesburg, South Africa. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Humanitarian and Gender Based Violence Coordinator, Beirut, Lebanon
UNFPA: Humanitarian and Gender Based Violence Coordinator, Beirut, Lebanon in Beirut, Lebanon. Closing date: 1970-01-01
POSTE NATIONAL: Assistant(e) Personnel(le) du Représentant, Dakar, Senegal, G-6
UNFPA: POSTE NATIONAL: Assistant(e) Personnel(le) du Représentant, Dakar, Senegal, G-6 in Dakar, Senegal. Closing date: 1970-01-01
TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT (FAST TRACK)- Operations Manager, UNFPA Sub-Office, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, P-3
UNFPA: TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT (FAST TRACK)- Operations Manager, UNFPA Sub-Office, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, P-3 in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Closing date: 1970-01-01
TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT(FAST TRACK)- SRH Team Leader, UNFPA Sub-Office, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, P-4
UNFPA: TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT(FAST TRACK)- SRH Team Leader, UNFPA Sub-Office, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, P-4 in Cox's Bazar. Closing date: 1970-01-01
197650
IMF: 197650 in 197650. Closing date: 1970-01-01
197589
IMF: 197589 in 197589. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Call of Interest - Consultancy Roster for office administrative and clerical support - Valid 36 months
UNICEF: Call of Interest - Consultancy Roster for office administrative and clerical support - Valid 36 months in Italy. Closing date: 2018-08-31
Consultant, International Business Development
GAVI: Consultant, International Business Development in Geneva. Closing date: 2018-10-22
General Service (GS) Roster for Temporary and Fixed-Term G4/G5 Generic Positions
WHO: General Service (GS) Roster for Temporary and Fixed-Term G4/G5 Generic Positions in Switzerland-Geneva. Closing date: 2018-12-31
General Service (GS) Roster for Temporary and Fixed-Term G4/G5 Generic Positions
WHO: General Service (GS) Roster for Temporary and Fixed-Term G4/G5 Generic Positions in Switzerland-Geneva. Closing date: 2019-01-01
National Professional Officer (Administration)
WHO: National Professional Officer (Administration) in Egypt-Cairo. Closing date: 2019-02-07
Advisor, Health Systems and Services
WHO: Advisor, Health Systems and Services in Venezuela-Caracas. Closing date: 2019-04-12
Talent Group for Human Resources Assistants, GS-5, UNICEF Global Shared Services Centre, Budapest, Hungary
UNICEF: Talent Group for Human Resources Assistants, GS-5, UNICEF Global Shared Services Centre, Budapest, Hungary in Hungary. Closing date: 2019-05-01
Statistics Officer (Child Protection and Development), P-2, DRP - New York Headquarters, #104333
UNICEF: Statistics Officer (Child Protection and Development), P-2, DRP - New York Headquarters, #104333 in United States. Closing date: 2019-06-06
* Governance and Peacebuilding Regional Coordinator
UNDP: * Governance and Peacebuilding Regional Coordinator in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Closing date: 2019-06-13
* Project Associate
UNDP: * Project Associate in Tripoli (LBY), Libya. Closing date: 2019-06-18
* Finance Associate
UNDP: * Finance Associate in New York, United States. Closing date: 2019-07-16
Child Rights Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist, NO-3, Fixed-Term, for nationals of Turkmenistan only
UNICEF: Child Rights Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist, NO-3, Fixed-Term, for nationals of Turkmenistan only in Turkmenistan. Closing date: 2019-09-12
Business Analyst, P-2, PFP, Geneva, Switzerland, #96235
UNICEF: Business Analyst, P-2, PFP, Geneva, Switzerland, #96235 in Switzerland. Closing date: 2019-10-09
Logistics Specialist, NO-3, Freetown, Sierra Leone, #0005044 (For Sierra Leone Nationals Only)
UNICEF: Logistics Specialist, NO-3, Freetown, Sierra Leone, #0005044 (For Sierra Leone Nationals Only) in Sierra Leone. Closing date: 2019-10-09
* Technical Specialist Gender Equality
UNDP: * Technical Specialist Gender Equality in Bridgetown, Barbados. Closing date: 2019-10-17
Partnerships Manager (Philanthropy), (P-4), Beijing, China #108837
UNICEF: Partnerships Manager (Philanthropy), (P-4), Beijing, China #108837 in China. Closing date: 2019-11-10
National Consultancy- GPE Consultancy to work with the Ministry of Basic and Senior Secondary School Education (MBSSE) to accelerate progress on GPE in Sierra Leone (for Sierra Leone Nationals only)
UNICEF: National Consultancy- GPE Consultancy to work with the Ministry of Basic and Senior Secondary School Education (MBSSE) to accelerate progress on GPE in Sierra Leone (for Sierra Leone Nationals only) in Sierra Leone. Closing date: 2019-11-10
Chief Field Office, Venezuela (multiple locations), P-4
UNICEF: Chief Field Office, Venezuela (multiple locations), P-4 in Venezuela. Closing date: 2019-11-18
Technical Assistant, GS-5, TA, Health Technology Centre, Supply Division, Cph
UNICEF: Technical Assistant, GS-5, TA, Health Technology Centre, Supply Division, Cph in Denmark. Closing date: 2019-12-17
Fixed Term: Senior Manager (Immunization), P-5, Islamabad, Pakistan, # 111985
UNICEF: Fixed Term: Senior Manager (Immunization), P-5, Islamabad, Pakistan, # 111985 in Pakistan. Closing date: 2019-12-17
Consultancy: Nutrition Multi-Sectoral Planning, Karachi, Pakistan, # 528411, 5 months
UNICEF: Consultancy: Nutrition Multi-Sectoral Planning, Karachi, Pakistan, # 528411, 5 months in Pakistan. Closing date: 2019-12-18
Intern - Coordination, planning, analytics and policy analysis - Executive Office of the Secretary-General [Temporary] -  , Internship
UN SG: Intern - Coordination, planning, analytics and policy analysis - Executive Office of the Secretary-General [Temporary] -  , Internship in NEW YORK. Closing date: 2019-12-31
* Events Coordination Associate
UNDP: * Events Coordination Associate in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Closing date: 2019-12-31
Ingeniero/a de Construcción Asociado/a Superior (costos) Procurement
UNOPS: Ingeniero/a de Construcción Asociado/a Superior (costos) Procurement in Lima, Peru. Closing date: 2020-01-05
Ingeniero/a Civil (agua y saneamiento) Procurement
UNOPS: Ingeniero/a Civil (agua y saneamiento) Procurement in Lima, Peru. Closing date: 2020-01-05
* Project Officer: SMART Development/ Digital Transformation - EU4Moldova: Focal Regions (EU-funded project) - UNDP Moldova
UNDP: * Project Officer: SMART Development/ Digital Transformation - EU4Moldova: Focal Regions (EU-funded project) - UNDP Moldova in Chisinau, Moldova, Republic of. Closing date: 2020-01-15
Senior Humanitarian Affairs Officer [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Humanitarian Affairs
UN OCHA: Senior Humanitarian Affairs Officer [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Humanitarian Affairs in OTHER. Closing date: 2020-01-16
Humanitarian Affairs Officer [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Humanitarian Affairs
UN OCHA: Humanitarian Affairs Officer [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Humanitarian Affairs in OTHER. Closing date: 2020-01-16
Humanitarian Affairs Officer [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Humanitarian Affairs
UN OCHA: Humanitarian Affairs Officer [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Humanitarian Affairs in OTHER. Closing date: 2020-01-16
Local Consultant: Technical Support for the Joint WASH and Nutrition and Integrated Nutrition in Bobon and Mapanas - 10 Months
UNICEF: Local Consultant: Technical Support for the Joint WASH and Nutrition and Integrated Nutrition in Bobon and Mapanas - 10 Months in Philippines. Closing date: 2020-01-22
Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist, NO-3, New Delhi, India, SAR, Post Number- 51976 (This vacancy is open for Indian Nationals Only)
UNICEF: Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist, NO-3, New Delhi, India, SAR, Post Number- 51976 (This vacancy is open for Indian Nationals Only) in India. Closing date: 2020-01-26
* Information Management Assistant
UNDP: * Information Management Assistant in Bridgetown, Barbados. Closing date: 2020-01-28
* Humanitarian Affairs Analyst
UNDP: * Humanitarian Affairs Analyst in Bridgetown, Barbados. Closing date: 2020-01-28
Temporary Appointment (6 months) - Programme Assistant, GS-5, LACRO, Panama City #00112829
UNICEF: Temporary Appointment (6 months) - Programme Assistant, GS-5, LACRO, Panama City #00112829 in Panama. Closing date: 2020-01-30
Planificateur/trice Project Management
UNOPS: Planificateur/trice Project Management in Niamey, Niger. Closing date: 2020-01-31
UN Women: Director, Human Resources
UNDP: UN Women: Director, Human Resources in New York, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Closing date: 2020-01-31
Consultant to Formulate the National Policy for The Development of Orang Asli (Culture)
UNDP: Consultant to Formulate the National Policy for The Development of Orang Asli (Culture) in Home-Based with travel to Putrajaya and Kuala Lumpur where required, MALAYSIA. Closing date: 2020-01-31
Consultant to Formulate the National Policy for The Development of Orang Asli (Leadership)
UNDP: Consultant to Formulate the National Policy for The Development of Orang Asli (Leadership) in Home-Based with travel to Putrajaya and Kuala Lumpur where required, MALAYSIA. Closing date: 2020-01-31
Consultant to Formulate the National Policy for The Development of Orang Asli (Education)
UNDP: Consultant to Formulate the National Policy for The Development of Orang Asli (Education) in Home-Based with travel to Putrajaya and Kuala Lumpur where required, MALAYSIA. Closing date: 2020-01-31
Consultant to Formulate the National Policy for The Development of Orang Asli (Land Rights)
UNDP: Consultant to Formulate the National Policy for The Development of Orang Asli (Land Rights) in Home-Based with travel to Putrajaya and Kuala Lumpur where required, MALAYSIA. Closing date: 2020-01-31
National Consultant to Conduct a study on the economic cost of sustaining the Women and Youth Movement Building in Uganda
UNDP: National Consultant to Conduct a study on the economic cost of sustaining the Women and Youth Movement Building in Uganda in Kampala, UGANDA. Closing date: 2020-01-31
Child Protection Specialist ? Grade NOC ? IMIS# 19275? Fixed term - based in Brazzaville - Congo
UNICEF: Child Protection Specialist ? Grade NOC ? IMIS# 19275? Fixed term - based in Brazzaville - Congo in Congo. Closing date: 2020-02-03
Senior Programme Officer [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management
UN DDA: Senior Programme Officer [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management in NEW YORK. Closing date: 2020-02-04
Project Management Support Senior Officer Project Management
UNOPS: Project Management Support Senior Officer Project Management in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Closing date: 2020-02-05
Programme Specialist (Social Cohesion Consultant) Health | Programme Management
UNOPS: Programme Specialist (Social Cohesion Consultant) Health | Programme Management in Yangon, Myanmar. Closing date: 2020-02-07
* Finance & Administrative Associate (Multi-Country TB Grant)
UNDP: * Finance & Administrative Associate (Multi-Country TB Grant) in Bangkok, Thailand. Closing date: 2020-02-07
* Asistente Administrativo/Chofer
UNDP: * Asistente Administrativo/Chofer in Buenos Aires (ARG), Argentina. Closing date: 2020-02-07
National Coordinator Project Management
UNOPS: National Coordinator Project Management in Havana, Cuba. Closing date: 2020-02-07
* Investigations Specialist
UNDP: * Investigations Specialist in New York, United States. Closing date: 2020-02-07
Environmental Statistics Specialist
UNDP: Environmental Statistics Specialist in Kuwait City, KUWAIT. Closing date: 2020-02-08
Individual Contractor: Senior SAP ABAP Developer, Finance, UNICEF Global Shared Services Centre, Budapest, Hungary
UNICEF: Individual Contractor: Senior SAP ABAP Developer, Finance, UNICEF Global Shared Services Centre, Budapest, Hungary in Hungary. Closing date: 2020-02-08
Construction Management Engineer Engineering
UNOPS: Construction Management Engineer Engineering in Saint Louis, Senegal. Closing date: 2020-02-09
Consultancy for Private Sector Contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals
UNDP: Consultancy for Private Sector Contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals in Port Moresby, PAPUA NEW GUINEA. Closing date: 2020-02-09
National Consultant Coordinator and Secretariat to Inter-ministerial Committee on Women?s Empowerment
UNDP: National Consultant Coordinator and Secretariat to Inter-ministerial Committee on Women?s Empowerment in Amman, JORDAN. Closing date: 2020-02-09
Analyste de Programmes - Tunisie (Pour les ressortissants tunisiens seulement)
UNDP: Analyste de Programmes - Tunisie (Pour les ressortissants tunisiens seulement) in Tunis, TUNISIA. Closing date: 2020-02-10
Temporary Appointment: Child Protection Officer (NO-B), Chisinau, Moldova, #112898 (for Moldovan nationals only)
UNICEF: Temporary Appointment: Child Protection Officer (NO-B), Chisinau, Moldova, #112898 (for Moldovan nationals only) in Moldova, Rep of. Closing date: 2020-02-11
WASH Specialist (Sanitation), (L-3), Port-au-Prince/Haiti #112292
UNICEF: WASH Specialist (Sanitation), (L-3), Port-au-Prince/Haiti #112292 in Haiti. Closing date: 2020-02-11
Especialista Legal (Especialista Legal de Infraestructura) Retainer Legal
UNOPS: Especialista Legal (Especialista Legal de Infraestructura) Retainer Legal in Ciudad de Panamá, Panama. Closing date: 2020-02-12
Driver (1 position)
UNDP: Driver (1 position) in Kathmandu, NEPAL. Closing date: 2020-02-12
Batch Recruitment 2 Positions ? WASH Specialist, P-3,Fixed-Term, Sana?a Yemen #112394 & #112511 (529719)
UNICEF: Batch Recruitment 2 Positions ? WASH Specialist, P-3,Fixed-Term, Sana?a Yemen #112394 & #112511 (529719) in Yemen. Closing date: 2020-02-12
IC/UNDP/SPOI/015/2020 - Consultant Senior Specialist Platform for SPOI Project
UNDP: IC/UNDP/SPOI/015/2020 - Consultant Senior Specialist Platform for SPOI Project in home based, INDONESIA. Closing date: 2020-02-14
Ending Violence Against Women and Girls Programme Intern
UNDP: Ending Violence Against Women and Girls Programme Intern in Rabat, MOROCCO. Closing date: 2020-02-14
Spécialiste en Suivi et Evaluation-Retainer- Audit | Project Management
UNOPS: Spécialiste en Suivi et Evaluation-Retainer- Audit | Project Management in Tunis, Tunisia. Closing date: 2020-02-16
Asistente Senior de proyecto - referenciación precios de medicamentos Procurement
UNOPS: Asistente Senior de proyecto - referenciación precios de medicamentos Procurement in Ciudad de Panamá, Panama. Closing date: 2020-02-16
* Rule of Law & Access to Justice Officer
UNDP: * Rule of Law & Access to Justice Officer in Hanoi, Viet Nam. Closing date: 2020-02-16
International Consultancy-Community Engagement in Humanitarian Preparedness and Response
UNICEF: International Consultancy-Community Engagement in Humanitarian Preparedness and Response in Senegal. Closing date: 2020-02-16
* Development Coordination Officer - Partnerships and Development Finance
UNDP: * Development Coordination Officer - Partnerships and Development Finance in Bridgetown, Barbados. Closing date: 2020-02-16
Information Management Officer [Temporary] - Information and Telecommunication Technology, Information Management Systems and Technology
UN: Information Management Officer [Temporary] - Information and Telecommunication Technology, Information Management Systems and Technology in BAGHDAD. Closing date: 2020-02-17
* Partnerships Analyst
UNDP: * Partnerships Analyst in Abuja, Nigeria. Closing date: 2020-02-17
JUDICIAL AFFAIRS OFFICER - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Rule of Law
UNAMA: JUDICIAL AFFAIRS OFFICER - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Rule of Law in KABUL. Closing date: 2020-02-17
Mitigation and Carbon Tax Consultant
UNDP: Mitigation and Carbon Tax Consultant in Bangkok-based with possible mission travel. Closing date: 2020-02-17
Information Management Officer [Temporary] - Information and Telecommunication Technology, Information Management Systems and Technology
UN: Information Management Officer [Temporary] - Information and Telecommunication Technology, Information Management Systems and Technology in BAGHDAD. Closing date: 2020-02-18
Humanitarian Policy Specialist, P-4, Fixed Term, #15134, New York, USA
UNICEF: Humanitarian Policy Specialist, P-4, Fixed Term, #15134, New York, USA in United States. Closing date: 2020-02-18
Security Coordination Officer - Internal Security and Safety, Security
UNAMI: Security Coordination Officer - Internal Security and Safety, Security in ERBIL. Closing date: 2020-02-18
Individual Consultancy (Local) for Supplementary Immunization Activity Measles Campaign
UNICEF: Individual Consultancy (Local) for Supplementary Immunization Activity Measles Campaign in Maldives. Closing date: 2020-02-18
STATISTICIAN - Economic, Social and Development, Statistics
UNECA: STATISTICIAN - Economic, Social and Development, Statistics in ADDIS ABABA. Closing date: 2020-02-19
Evaluation Officer (2 posts) - Management and Administration, Management and Analysis
UN OIOS: Evaluation Officer (2 posts) - Management and Administration, Management and Analysis in NEW YORK. Closing date: 2020-02-19
TELECOMMUNICATIONS OFFICER - Information and Telecommunication Technology, Telecommunications Technology
UN DPKO: TELECOMMUNICATIONS OFFICER - Information and Telecommunication Technology, Telecommunications Technology in Field Locations. Closing date: 2020-02-19
Programme Management Specialist Programme Management
UNOPS: Programme Management Specialist Programme Management in Yangon, Myanmar. Closing date: 2020-02-19
Project Management Support - Specialist (National Municipal Management Expert) Project Management
UNOPS: Project Management Support - Specialist (National Municipal Management Expert) Project Management in Banjul, Gambia. Closing date: 2020-02-19
Construction Management Engineer Engineering | Project Management
UNOPS: Construction Management Engineer Engineering | Project Management in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Closing date: 2020-02-19
* Advocacy & Partnerships Specialist (Africa), Better than Cash Alliance
UNDP: * Advocacy & Partnerships Specialist (Africa), Better than Cash Alliance in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Closing date: 2020-02-19
Individual National Consultancy: Support to the Independent Appraisal of Lao PDR?s 9th Education and Sports Sector Development Plan (ESSDP)
UNICEF: Individual National Consultancy: Support to the Independent Appraisal of Lao PDR?s 9th Education and Sports Sector Development Plan (ESSDP) in Lao,Peo.Dem.Rep. Closing date: 2020-02-19
Senior Energy Advisor
UNDP: Senior Energy Advisor in Home Based. Closing date: 2020-02-19
* Analyste en Suivi-Evaluation
UNDP: * Analyste en Suivi-Evaluation in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Closing date: 2020-02-19
PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER - Public Information and Conference Management, Public Information
UN DPI: PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER - Public Information and Conference Management, Public Information in NEW YORK. Closing date: 2020-02-20
Communication Officer, NO-1, TA (12 months), Quito, Ecuador #529690
UNICEF: Communication Officer, NO-1, TA (12 months), Quito, Ecuador #529690 in Ecuador. Closing date: 2020-02-20
* Procurement Associate
UNDP: * Procurement Associate in Buenos Aires (ARG), Argentina. Closing date: 2020-02-20
* Partnerships and Development Finance Officer
UNDP: * Partnerships and Development Finance Officer in Ashkhabad, Turkmenistan. Closing date: 2020-02-20
Senior ICT Analyst IT
UNOPS: Senior ICT Analyst IT in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Closing date: 2020-02-20
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management
UNEP: PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management in GENEVA. Closing date: 2020-02-21
Economic Affairs Officer - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)
UN ECLAC: Economic Affairs Officer - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development) in MEXICO CITY. Closing date: 2020-02-21
ENGINEER - Logistics, Transportation and Supply Chain, Engineering
UN DSS: ENGINEER - Logistics, Transportation and Supply Chain, Engineering in NEW YORK. Closing date: 2020-02-21
UNDP Audit and Evaluation Advisory Committee - EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)
UNDP: UNDP Audit and Evaluation Advisory Committee - EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) in New York, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Closing date: 2020-02-21
REGIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER - Management and Administration, Administration
UNAMI: REGIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER - Management and Administration, Administration in ERBIL. Closing date: 2020-02-21
UN Women: Deputy Country Representative
UNDP: UN Women: Deputy Country Representative in Kingston, JAMAICA. Closing date: 2020-02-21
Results Measurement Intern
UNDP: Results Measurement Intern in Brussels, BELGIUM. Closing date: 2020-02-21
Associate Civil Engineer Engineering
UNOPS: Associate Civil Engineer Engineering in Chipinge, Chimanimani, Zimbabwe. Closing date: 2020-02-21
Multimedia Consultant
UNDP: Multimedia Consultant in Bonn, GERMANY. Closing date: 2020-02-21
Digital Support Consultant
UNDP: Digital Support Consultant in Bonn, GERMANY. Closing date: 2020-02-21
* Procurement Assistant
UNDP: * Procurement Assistant in Buenos Aires (ARG), Argentina. Closing date: 2020-02-21
Consultant on Partnerships Knowledge Management (KM) (IRH)
UNDP: Consultant on Partnerships Knowledge Management (KM) (IRH) in Istanbul, TURKEY. Closing date: 2020-02-21
International Assets Management Consultant
UNDP: International Assets Management Consultant in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, ETHIOPIA. Closing date: 2020-02-21
UNDP-IC-2020-076 - International Expert: Small Enterprises
UNDP: UNDP-IC-2020-076 - International Expert: Small Enterprises in Pakistan. Closing date: 2020-02-21
UNDP-IC-2020-075 - International Expert Health ? Primary Health Care; Public Health
UNDP: UNDP-IC-2020-075 - International Expert Health ? Primary Health Care; Public Health in Pakistan. Closing date: 2020-02-21
National Consultant - Facilitator and Trainer
UNDP: National Consultant - Facilitator and Trainer in Beirut, LEBANON. Closing date: 2020-02-21
POLICY AND BEST PRACTICES OFFICER - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Political Affairs
MINUSMA: POLICY AND BEST PRACTICES OFFICER - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Political Affairs in BAMAKO. Closing date: 2020-02-21
IC/UNDP/SPOI/016/2020 - Consultant for Smallholder?s Support Coordinator in Pelalawan and Other Potential Landscape
UNDP: IC/UNDP/SPOI/016/2020 - Consultant for Smallholder?s Support Coordinator in Pelalawan and Other Potential Landscape in Jakarta. Closing date: 2020-02-21
* Head of Area Office, Hargeisa (Open to Somali Nationals Only)
UNDP: * Head of Area Office, Hargeisa (Open to Somali Nationals Only) in Hargeisa, Somalia. Closing date: 2020-02-21
* Head of Area Office, Garowe (Open to Somali Nationals Only)
UNDP: * Head of Area Office, Garowe (Open to Somali Nationals Only) in Garoowe, Somalia. Closing date: 2020-02-21
* Project Management Analyst
UNDP: * Project Management Analyst in Istanbul, Turkey. Closing date: 2020-02-21
* Programme Management Analyst
UNDP: * Programme Management Analyst in Dakar, Senegal. Closing date: 2020-02-21
Education Specialist, P-3
UNICEF: Education Specialist, P-3 in Liberia. Closing date: 2020-02-21
Derisking Renewable Energy Investment Lead Consultant- Re Advertisement
UNDP: Derisking Renewable Energy Investment Lead Consultant- Re Advertisement in Home-based with possible travel mission, Stateless. Closing date: 2020-02-21
Programme Assistant - must be eligible to work in Belgium
UNDP: Programme Assistant - must be eligible to work in Belgium in Brussels, BELGIUM. Closing date: 2020-02-21
Programme Consultant, Women Economic Empowerment
UNDP: Programme Consultant, Women Economic Empowerment in Nairobi, KENYA. Closing date: 2020-02-21
* Communication and Partnership Officer
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New Consultancy Recruitment & Non-Staff Workflow
UNICEF: New Consultancy Recruitment & Non-Staff Workflow in Liberia. Closing date: 2020-02-21
International Consultant to Support the 2015-2018 Liberia?s Electoral Cycle (Project Extetended till 31 May 2020.
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National Consultant: Technical Advisor - Environment, Energy and Climate Change
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Telemarketing Consultant
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* Project Support (Finance) for Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) Secretariat - SC5 - Jakarta - (For Indonesian Nationality Only)
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Internship with RBAS Planning, Oversight and Support team
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* National Project Coordinator, Sustainable Cashmere Platform (Platform Coordinator)-Mongolian Nationals only
UNDP: * National Project Coordinator, Sustainable Cashmere Platform (Platform Coordinator)-Mongolian Nationals only in Ulan Bator, Mongolia. Closing date: 2020-02-21
Planning and Coordination Specialist ? UNTF Strategic Plan 2021-2025
UNDP: Planning and Coordination Specialist ? UNTF Strategic Plan 2021-2025 in Home-based. Closing date: 2020-02-21
* Human Resources Associate
UNDP: * Human Resources Associate in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, United Republic of. Closing date: 2020-02-21
NATIONAL CONSULTANT TO INTEGRATE GENDER EQUALITY AND EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE NATIONAL HIV AND AIDS STRATEGIC PLAN 2020/21 -2024/25
UNDP: NATIONAL CONSULTANT TO INTEGRATE GENDER EQUALITY AND EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE NATIONAL HIV AND AIDS STRATEGIC PLAN 2020/21 -2024/25 in Kampala, UGANDA. Closing date: 2020-02-21
National Consultants to offer different services during the Launch of the African Women Leadership Network Uganda Chapter
UNDP: National Consultants to offer different services during the Launch of the African Women Leadership Network Uganda Chapter in Kampala, UGANDA. Closing date: 2020-02-21
Stagiaire Archiviste Documentaliste
UNDP: Stagiaire Archiviste Documentaliste in DAKAR, SENEGAL. Closing date: 2020-02-21
Consultant on Violence against Women Data
UNDP: Consultant on Violence against Women Data in New York, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Closing date: 2020-02-22
Economic Affairs Officer - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)
UN DESA: Economic Affairs Officer - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development) in NEW YORK. Closing date: 2020-02-22
Chief of Trust Fund Unit (Finance Officer) - Management and Administration, Finance
UNECA: Chief of Trust Fund Unit (Finance Officer) - Management and Administration, Finance in ADDIS ABABA. Closing date: 2020-02-22
Chief, Management Support Section - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management
UN DGACM: Chief, Management Support Section - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management in NEW YORK. Closing date: 2020-02-22
PRINCIPAL ELECTORAL AFFAIRS OFFICER - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Electoral Affairs
UN DPKO: PRINCIPAL ELECTORAL AFFAIRS OFFICER - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Electoral Affairs in Field Locations. Closing date: 2020-02-22
SENIOR ELECTORAL OFFICER - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Electoral Affairs
UN DPKO: SENIOR ELECTORAL OFFICER - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Electoral Affairs in Field Locations. Closing date: 2020-02-22
ELECTORAL OFFICER - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Electoral Affairs
UN DPKO: ELECTORAL OFFICER - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Electoral Affairs in Field Locations. Closing date: 2020-02-22
ELECTORAL OFFICER - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Electoral Affairs
UN DPKO: ELECTORAL OFFICER - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Electoral Affairs in Field Locations. Closing date: 2020-02-22
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Human Rights Affairs
MINUSMA: HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Human Rights Affairs in Menaka. Closing date: 2020-02-22
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER (2 Posts) - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Human Rights Affairs
UN OHCHR: HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER (2 Posts) - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Human Rights Affairs in BANGKOK. Closing date: 2020-02-22
HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Human Rights Affairs
UN OHCHR: HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Human Rights Affairs in GENEVA. Closing date: 2020-02-22
CHIEF, PROCUREMENT OFFICER - Management and Administration, Procurement
UN Int. Residual System: CHIEF, PROCUREMENT OFFICER - Management and Administration, Procurement in ARUSHA. Closing date: 2020-02-22
Quality of Care for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health(SSA)
WHO: Quality of Care for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health(SSA) in Ghana-Accra. Closing date: 2020-02-22
Operational Research Fellowships for Tackling Antimicrobial Resistance
WHO: Operational Research Fellowships for Tackling Antimicrobial Resistance in Ghana-Accra. Closing date: 2020-02-22
Consultant ? IT Business Solutions Specialist
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Operations Analysis Specialist Project Management | Programme Management
UNOPS: Operations Analysis Specialist Project Management | Programme Management in Nairobi, Kenya. Closing date: 2020-02-22
Partnerships and Programme Assistant (Thai Nationals Only)
UNDP: Partnerships and Programme Assistant (Thai Nationals Only) in Bangkok, THAILAND. Closing date: 2020-02-22
Finance Associate Finance
UNOPS: Finance Associate Finance in Copenhagen, Denmark. Closing date: 2020-02-22
Operations Officer Project Management
UNOPS: Operations Officer Project Management in Damascus , Syrian Arab Republic. Closing date: 2020-02-22
Operations Associate Project Management | Programme Management
UNOPS: Operations Associate Project Management | Programme Management in Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic. Closing date: 2020-02-22
Operations Assistant Programme Management
UNOPS: Operations Assistant Programme Management in Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic. Closing date: 2020-02-22
Partnerships Specialist (Philanthropy), NO-C, outposted in Hyderabad [Case # IND20001] - This vacancy is open for Indian Nationals Only
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Senior Consultancy - Development of Internal UNICEF position on the Social Assistance Act in China with regards to Child-Sensitive social protection, China, Beijing
UNICEF: Senior Consultancy - Development of Internal UNICEF position on the Social Assistance Act in China with regards to Child-Sensitive social protection, China, Beijing in China. Closing date: 2020-02-22
Consultancy - Review of Social Assistance Legal and Regulatory Frameworks in Selected Countries and Legislative Recommendation for the Government of China, China, Beijing
UNICEF: Consultancy - Review of Social Assistance Legal and Regulatory Frameworks in Selected Countries and Legislative Recommendation for the Government of China, China, Beijing in China. Closing date: 2020-02-22
Transition Coordinator [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management
UN/AU UNAMID: Transition Coordinator [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management in EL FASHER. Closing date: 2020-02-22
CHIEF OF SECTION, INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS [Temporary] - Information and Telecommunication Technology, Information Management Systems and Technology
UN/AU UNAMID: CHIEF OF SECTION, INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS [Temporary] - Information and Telecommunication Technology, Information Management Systems and Technology in EL FASHER. Closing date: 2020-02-22
Assistant/e Administratif/ve, Achats, Logistique
UNDP: Assistant/e Administratif/ve, Achats, Logistique in Dakar, SENEGAL. Closing date: 2020-02-22
FULL-TIME CONTRACTOR CITY COORDINATORs ? (Face to Face), (2 positions)
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Events Management - National Consultant
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Consultancy for Graphic Designer(Seconded to the Citizen Engagement and Fiscal Transparency Unit of the Ministry of Finance) - Nationals only.
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Consultancy - Individual Graphic Designer for IYCF Counselling Cards in China, UNICEF China, Beijing
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National Consultant to Conduct a Final Review of ?Empowered Women, Peaceful Communities: Promoting Peace and Preventing Intolerance in Sri Lanka? project
UNDP: National Consultant to Conduct a Final Review of ?Empowered Women, Peaceful Communities: Promoting Peace and Preventing Intolerance in Sri Lanka? project in Home-based, with travel within Sri Lanka (as required), SRI LANKA. Closing date: 2020-02-22
Humanitarian Affairs Officer - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Humanitarian Affairs
UN OCHA: Humanitarian Affairs Officer - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Humanitarian Affairs in AMMAN. Closing date: 2020-02-23
Environmental Management Officer - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management
UNECA: Environmental Management Officer - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management in ADDIS ABABA. Closing date: 2020-02-23
SPECIAL ASSISTANT, ADMINISTRATION - Management and Administration, Administration
UNOG: SPECIAL ASSISTANT, ADMINISTRATION - Management and Administration, Administration in GENEVA. Closing date: 2020-02-23
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CANADEM is recruiting for its Health Planning and Logistics roster
Country: Bangladesh Organization: CANADEM Closing date: 26 Feb 2020 CANADEM is seeking seasoned professionals with previous relevant experience for its Health Planning and Logistics roster. CANADEM is a Canadian based NGO that works with various UN agencies through the standby partnership programme. We regularly deploy candidates in various areas of expertise all around the globe. Registration with CANADEM is always free. We are looking to expand our pool of experts for potential/upcoming opportunities with different UN agencies field offices. Most positions are for 3 to 6 month deployments. QUALIFICATIONS AND SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE Functional Knowledge and Skills: Demonstrated knowledge of emergency response activities in the field of health logistics management with proven ability to identify and solve technical problems in difficult circumstances. Excellent analytical and organizational skills, with proven ability to elaborate and implement projects. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work under pressure. Proven ability to promote cohesive action and convince officials with tact and diplomacy. Knowledge of WHO, the UN System or NGO work in the field of response relief and/or of their practices and procedures as related to the work. Education: University degree in health (medicine, nursing), pharmacy or other related field with certified training in health logistics. Essential Experience:* At least five years of relevant experience, at the national and international levels, in the design and implementation of health logistics assessment and/or the design and management of related projects in emergency situations.  Experience in developing and promoting collaborative actions with national authorities. Desirable: Some experience or a sound knowledge of WHO’s mandate and goals or in UN organizations/ agencies, international institutions, health cluster partners, recognized humanitarian organizations or nongovernmental organizations. Use of Language Skills Excellent knowledge of English or French. Working knowledge of another WHO official language would be an asset. How to apply: If you have the above-mentioned skills, please register with CANADEM before contacting us. Registration is available on our website at https://www.canadem.ca/register-with-canadem. After registering, please send an email to Nick.Grover@canadem.ca with a Subject Line: "CANADEM-Health Logistics Roster".  In your email, please include your date of availability, current location, most up-to-date CV, and a Skype or phone number where we can reach you.
Baseline and Conflict Assessment: Jenga Amani Yetu
Country: United Republic of Tanzania Organization: Search for Common Ground Closing date: 1 Mar 2020 Context Search for Common Ground Search for Common Ground (Search) is an international conflict transformation NGO that aims to transform the way individuals, groups, governments and companies deal with conflict, away from adversarial approaches and towards collaborative solutions. Headquartered in Washington DC, USA, and Brussels, Belgium, with field offices in 35 countries, Search designs and implements multifaceted, culturally appropriate and conflict-sensitive programs using a diverse range of tools, including media and training, to promote dialogue, increase knowledge and determine a positive shift in behaviors. The Project Search for Common Ground (Search), in partnership with the Legal Human Rights Centre (LHRC) and the Zanzibar Legal Services Centre (ZLSC) is starting a project to support peaceful conflict resolution, open dialogue, and inclusive democracy in Tanzania over a period of 30 months targeting 10 districts in North Mara, Zanzibar (Unguja and Pemba), Mtwara and Pwani. The theory of change underpinning the action’s objectives is: “if a diverse coalition of civil society groups has the skills and space to collaborate in a non-adversarial manner around key sensitive issues and has opportunities to engage with government champions to constructively address them and if Tanzanian citizens have access to balanced and credible information that promotes peaceful approaches and collaboration among different actors and across various divides then a variety of key stakeholders, including civil society, will work together to promote a culture of peace, conflict prevention, and inclusive democracy because civil society, government actors, and citizens will understand the advantages brought by working together to solve shared problems.” The overall objective of this action is to increase civil society organizations’ (CSOs') contribution toward a culture of peace, conflict prevention and inclusive democracy in Tanzania. The overall objective is supported by the following two specific objectives and corresponding expected results outlined below, each supported by a set of activities: SO1. Increase collaboration among and between CSOs, media and government stakeholders to advance peaceful conflict resolution; ER1.1 Platforms to share information and dialogue on critical issues are created or strengthened; ER2.2 CSOs, media, and government work together to identify and implement constructive solutions that directly address sensitive issues; A1.1 CGA Training for CSOs A1.2 CGA Training for Government A1.3 Coalition building forum A1.4 Civil society - Government forums A1.5 Support to Joint initiatives SO2. Promote narratives of peace at the local, regional, and national levels; ER2.1 Increased access to stories of collaboration across divides, challenging prevailing stereotypes and transforming mutual negative perceptions. A2.1 CGA training for media A2.2 Peace Media Campaign The main target group of this action includes the diverse CSOs operating in Zanzibar, North Mara, Mtwara, and Pwani, from a diverse range of missions, backgrounds, and constituencies, pairing development organizations with more human rights-focused ones as the first step in bridging community divisions and bringing people together. By first training CSOs in non-adversarial engagement, conflict sensitivity, and leadership, and then providing them with opportunities to work together, this action will build relationships and support among them. These coalitions will serve to transform current negative perceptions of engagement, encourage unity and understanding among organizations, and offer a degree of protection through membership in a diverse coalition. This action will also target local government representatives in North Mara, Zanzibar, Mtwara, and Pwani who are capable of making the change in their communities and who are perceived as approachable by local civil society. Government champions will be identified through a consultative process with the implementation team and local CSOs. In addition, media actors will also be targeted by this action. This action will both develop journalists' skills in conflict-sensitive reporting and will develop a broader range of tools, formats, and approaches among media actors that they can then apply in their efforts to inform the population, enabling the media and the community to better navigate an increasingly sensitive environment peacefully. By the end of the action, CSOs and the media will have better relationships with the government and more credibility with their constituencies due to delivering concrete action to community concerns and reliably producing articles and stories showcasing this effort. Thus, the final beneficiaries of this action are the community-at-large in North Mara, Mtwara, Zanzibar, and Pwani. As relationships improve between CSOs, the media, and the government, communities will benefit from a stronger civil society more receptive government officials and accurate reporting. In addition, communities will have their concerns addressed peacefully and will benefit a greater culture of peace that supports dialogue across social dividing lines**Goal and Objectives of the Study** In this framework, Search seeks a consultant (individual or team) to conduct a baseline and conflict assessment study, during the project’s start-up phase, which will not only provide the initial data and values for the indicators and targets but also identify possible areas of common ground and ensure a thorough understanding of key community concerns and conflict dynamics that will be used to inform the project’s implementation and deepen the understanding of the implementing team. Specifically, the objectives of the study are as follows: Assess the current context, with regards to existing conflict dynamics: particularly focusing on the type of conflicts, the actors involved and their level of influence, communication channels and narratives, and existing response mechanism and level of collaboration among different stakeholders; Collect baseline values and assess whether the project's Theory of Change (TOC) resonate with targeted communities and their needs and is relevant to the current context; Conduct a risk assessment and draw recommendations for programming to ensure conflict sensitivity is respected in the project. Key Questions of the Study The conflict assessment seeks to answer the following research questions: OB1. Context/conflict Assessment What types of conflicts are becoming or likely to become violent in the targeted areas? Among the conflicts identified, which are the main conflicts between CSOs, government, media around elections? Which of those conflicts are likely to be exacerbated in the lead up to the elections and how? What are the factors of attraction and repulsion to these violent conflicts? Who are the key players involved in those conflicts? What is their role and their level of influence and/or collaboration? How do communities react to these conflicts? What are the attitudes and perceptions of communities and other key actors towards these violent conflicts? More specifically, what is the role of CSOs and the media in violent conflicts? What are the existing communication channels and networks used to trigger and to manage/transform/prevent conflicts?OB2: Baseline values and Theory of change. OB2: Baseline values and Theory of change Considering the current theory of change, does it resonate with targeted communities and their needs? Is the ToC relevant to the current VE context? What are the baseline values of the project indicators? Are there recommendations for adaptations of the current project logic and results chain to improve the potential impact of the project? OB3. Risk Assessment and “Do No Harm” Which are the contextual and project-related risks that require monitoring? What can the project do to ensure it stays conflict-sensitive and respects “Do No Harm” principles? Geographic Locations The study will target Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar, North Mara, Mtwara, and Pwani. Methodology and Data Collection Tools The consultant will be responsible for finalizing the literature review, designing the final methodology, developing tools, training of enumerators, data analysis, and drafting of the reports. Proposals should include clarity on data triangulation and key methodologies for data collection, as well as justification for the relevance of these methods to the research objectives, questions, and projects. The proposal will also include sampling strategies associated with the proposed methods, methodologies for data analysis outlined, with justifications and reasoning for any key methods mentioned, Do No Harm strategies and any proposed strategies for sharing the findings of the study. The final methodology and tools will be approved by Search’s Institutional Learning Team (ILT) before data collection begins. The Tanzania team, ILT and Regional team will provide feedback on the report, the final report will be approved by the Tanzania team and ILT.**Logistical Support** The consultant(s) will be responsible for organizing their own logistics for data collection (vehicles, fuel, and drivers), and this must be budgeted into the study. Search can provide support in arranging logistics. At least one Search staff member will be available to support data collection and logistics for this study. In addition, Search and partners will share the following elements with the external consultant: background materials including the project proposal and log frame, M&E; plan, previous research and all other materials relevant for the baseline. Timeline and Key Deliverables Search expects to finalize the recruitment of the consultant by the end of February. The inception report with the agreed methodology finalized tools, literature review and updated calendar must be available by early March. Data collection will begin in March. Search expects to receive the first draft of the report by the beginning of April and the finalized version by the end of April. Final deadlines will be agreed by Search and the consultant upon finalization of the contract. Deliverables Search expects the following deliverables from the external consultant: A conflict assessment inception report detailing literature review, proposed methodology, tools, calendar, and written data collection tools; Training of enumerators; Supervision and participation in data collection; Oversight of the data coding process; Submission of the databases to Search; PowerPoint presentation of findings; Analysis of the data collected and production of a draft baseline report and power mapping report in English for review by Search staff and partners; A Final Report of baseline report in English (30 pages max in length for each, excluding appendices) that consists of (unless otherwise agreed upon with Search): Table of contents Abbreviations Executive summary of methodology, limitations, key findings and recommendations Background information (project specifics) Methodology: Objectives, data collection and analysis and limitations of the study Research findings, analysis, with associated data presented (should be structured around the main objectives and should cover all indicators) Indicator table showing all baseline indicators (for baseline report) Conclusions Recommendations based on the findings Appendices, which include detailed research instruments, a list of interviewees, terms of references and evaluator(s) brief biography. Validation of the findings in targeted communities with the help of clan elders Budget The budget must not exceed 23.000 USD. Requirements of consultant The following skills and experience are expected by Search for the selected evaluator for this project: Proficiency in English and Swahili (written and spoken); Knowledge of Tanzania governance and its local civils society landscape is a comparative advantage; More than 5 years of experience in research; Experience in conflict analysis and expertise in doing research on peacebuilding and/or media programming; Experience working with international organizations; Experience conducting qualitative and quantitative surveys and analysis; Evaluation methods and data collection skills; Contextual knowledge of and experience working in East Africa, experience in Tanzania and specifically in North Mara, Pwani, Mtwara and/or Zanzibar is a comparative advantage. In addition, the consultant is required to respect the following Ethical Principles: Comprehensive and systematic inquiry: The Consultant should make the most of the existing information and the full range of stakeholders available at the time of the review. The Consultant should conduct systematic, data-based inquiries. He or she should communicate his or her methods and approaches accurately and in sufficient detail to allow others to understand, interpret and critique his or her work. He or she should make clear the limitations of the review and its results. Competence: The Consultant should possess the abilities and skills and experience appropriate to undertake the tasks proposed and should practice within the limits of his or her professional training and competence. Honesty and integrity: Consultant should be transparent with the contractor/constituent about any conflict of interest, any change made in the negotiated project plan and the reasons why those changes were made, any risk that certain procedures or activities produce misleading review information. Respect for people: Consultant respect the security, dignity, and self-worth of respondents, program participants. The Consultant has the responsibility to be sensitive to and respect differences amongst participants in culture, religion, gender, disability, age, and ethnicity. In addition, the consultant will respect Search’s evaluations standards, to be found in Search’s evaluation guidelines: http://www.sfcg.org/programmes/ilt/dme_guidelines.html How to apply: Applications To apply, interested candidates (individuals or teams) are requested to submit the following two documents: Curriculum vitae and one example of a past baseline realized; A technical proposal proposing a methodology for the baseline, together with a financial proposal for the completion of the aforementioned deliverables and a short cover letter. Note: Only two documents can be submitted, so the technical and financial proposals must be combined, along with a short cover letter. Applications must be submitted to this link here by March 1st, 2020 For any related questions, kindly write to cfassiotti@sfcg.org, with copy to: hsengu@sfcg.org and jkimamo@sfcg.org
Internship - Digital Communication (RO), LACRO, Panama City (530142)
Country: Panama Organization: UN Children's Fund Closing date: 16 Mar 2020 UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential. Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone. And we never give up. For every child, a champion How can you make a difference? BACKGROUND UNICEF in Latin America and the Caribbean is composed of 24 country offices that work in 35 countries and territories. The main role of the regional office is to provide technical assistance, build the capacity and exercise quality control to the 24 country offices. Enhancing the digital capacity of all country offices has been and will continue to be a priority of the regional office. The Regional Office in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC-RO) and all 24 COs in the region have launched its new website and have a continuous growing in all the digital platforms. The vision of a UNICEF that is innovative, collaborative, and nimble in the LAC region requires that www.unicef.org/lac and all the social media platforms be transformed into a content syndication service that is audience-centred, structured not as a mirror of our internal organization, but designed in a way that makes sense for the external user. PURPOSE & OBJECTIVES The purpose of the internship is to support the Regional Office’s (RO) Digital Communication Strategy as a way to strengthen its goals around key issues affecting children. Therefore, the creation of engaging content needs to be integrated into an overall strategy geared not just towards increasing traffic but also increasing mobilization and advocacy. Under the overall direction of the Regional Communication Specialist of UNICEF LAC-RO and in the framework of the UNICEF Regional Office Communication Working Plan 2020, we are seeking a Digital Communication Intern with the skills to create engaging and creative content for UNICEF regional platforms and social media channel. The intern we are seeking is creative, dynamic, self-driven, up to date and passionate about the latest technologies and techniques, and can apply them to generate content. MAIN TASKS AND DELIVERABLES The Digital Communication Intern will work within the UNICEF Communication section in the Regional Office and will have the opportunity to contribute to make a large impact on the design, architecture, and implementation of all the regional digital and social media platforms. The main deliverables are: FOR THE REGIONAL OFFICE -Develop and produce engaging content (messages, photos and graphic design, video, GIF´s, etc.) for RO website and social media platforms managed by RO in recent months and update them regularly. -Adapt to social media new contents and information produced by NYHQ, to be shared with Country Offices in the region in English and in Spanish. -Provide general assistance to the Communication Section in the Regional Office with special focus on: Developing social media packs combining messages, graphic design and new techniques to generate engaging content. Producing new and engaging multimedia materials, including videos, for social media. IN SUPPORT OF COUNTRY OFFICES -Contribute to the Regional Digital Communication Strategy, providing technical assistance and capacity building to Country Offices in their own digital and social media strategies as needed, including during the Regional Communication Network Meeting. DURATION The duration of the internship will be of 6 months (April-October). To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have… Minimum qualifications and skills: Be enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate or Ph.D. degree programme or have graduated within the past two years. Preference will be given to candidates with bachelor's Degree in Communication and/or Digital Journalism, or related fields integrating social-media platforms, APIs (CMS, Facebook, Twitter, Google, Flickr, YouTube, LinkedIn, etc.). Proven experience in developing content for a young audience on APIs. Proven experience in communications skills and multimedia (writing, editing, event organization, video production, photography). Proven experience in using graphic design packages like adobe Photoshop, adobe Illustrator, InDesign. Fluency in Spanish and excellent command of English is compulsory. For every Child, you demonstrate… UNICEF's values of Care, Respect, Integrity, Trust, and Accountability (CRITA) and core competencies in Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results. INTERN’S WORKPLACE: The selected intern will work at UNICEF´s Regional Office established in Panama City SUPERVISOR The selected intern will work under the direct supervision of the Regional Communication Specialist. MONTHLY FEES: Selected candidate will receive a stipend of no more than USD$ 500 monthly. HOW TO APPLY Application must include CV. Please be advised only pre-selected candidates will be contacted. ****** Remarks: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process. UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization. UNICEF has a zero-tolerance policy on conduct that is incompatible with the aims and objectives of the United Nations and UNICEF, including sexual exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, abuse of authority and discrimination. UNICEF also adheres to strict child safeguarding principles. All selected candidates will be expected to adhere to these standards and principles and will therefore undergo rigorous reference and background checks. Background checks will include the verification of academic credential(s) and employment history. Selected candidates may be required to provide additional information to conduct a background check. How to apply: UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=530142
Consultancy: Mapping of Non-Communicable Disease (NCD) interventions and policies in Latin America and the Caribbean Region
Country: Panama Organization: UN Children's Fund Closing date: 3 Mar 2020 Consultancy Title: Mapping of Non-Communicable Disease (NCD) interventions and policies in Latin America and the Caribbean Region Estimated duration: 4 months Expected start date: 23 March 2020 The fundamental mission of UNICEF is to promote the rights of every child, everywhere, in everything the organization does — in programs, in advocacy and in operations. The equity strategy, emphasizing the most disadvantaged and excluded children and families, translates this commitment to children’s rights into action. For UNICEF, equity means that all children have an opportunity to survive, develop and reach their full potential, without discrimination, bias or favoritism. To the degree that any child has an unequal chance in life — in its social, political, economic, civic and cultural dimensions — her or his rights are violated. UNICEF’s Strategic Plan 2018-2021 for the first time includes the prevention of Non-Communicable Diseases, and it outlines a commitment to promote and protect the physical, mental, and social well-being of adolescents. Several UNICEF offices have initiated work in this area, including in the Latin America and Caribbean Region (LACR). UNICEF has developed a programme guidance for the early life prevention of NCDs which guides all regions and countries in designing, implementing and monitoring their programs. It includes a menu of relevant and evidence-based interventions grouped across five risk factors (tobacco use, harmful use of alcohol, unhealthy diet, physical inactivity and others) and supporting actions. To be able to understand the situation in the region, and the status of actions and needs of country offices, LACRO aims to undertake a mapping exercise. The findings will be used to inform country support strategies and interventions and resource mobilization needs for countries in the LAC Region. UNICEF Headquarters has developed a mapping tool for use in all regions, which looks at the 1) importance to country context, 2) country policy, 3) UNICEF Action areas, 4) UNICEF as programme lead, 5) UNICEF interventions and potential support needed for each intervention. For every child, health Conduct a mapping exercise using a standardized UNICEF tool, to identify: 1) ongoing NCDs programming and advocacy; 2) country-specific NCDs priorities; and 3) potential entry points for mainstreaming NCDs in existing programming. How can you make a difference? Scope of the work: The consultant will work closely with the Regional Adviser Survive & Thrive, the Regional Adolescent Specialist and the Regional Nutrition Specialist to conduct the following tasks: Desk review and data collection and analysis of NCD risk factors among children and adolescents in regional, country context Conduct policy scoping: identify existing policies and programs in LAC which address NCD prevention, in line with the interventions included in the UNICEF mapping tool Review UNICEF programmatic information including Strategic Monitoring Questionnaires (SMQs), and Country Office Annual Reports (COARs) for 2019. Liaise with UNICEF Country Offices to obtain additional information, if require it. Identify key actors and organizations in NCD prevention targeting children and adolescents at Regional level that could be important partners for UNICEF work at Regional Level. Make available all the information and documents produced in a virtual site, using UNICEF SharePoint site, including relevant policy and programme documents for South – South information exchange. Expected results (measurable results): The consultant is expected to deliver the following key results, based on an inception phase protocol, in collaboration with the Nutrition/Adolescent/Health Team who will provide oversight and support: Desk based data collection, policy scoping and review of UNICEF programme documents completed and information prepopulated in the UNICEF Regional NCDs Interventions Mapping Analysis UNICEF Regional NCDs Interventions Mapping Analysis completed in consultation with country offices Stakeholder Analysis Information about UNICEF’s work on NCD prevention available on SharePoint (UNICEF’s internet platform). Deliverables: Description Estimated number of working days Estimateddeliverydate Desk review policy scoping, review of UNICEF programme information and populate the matrix tool 12 15 April 2020 Liaison with country offices and completion of the mapping tool 10 30 April 2020 Stakeholder analysis 10 31 May 2020 Logical framework 5 31 May 2020 Sharepoint library with information about UNICEF’s work on NCD prevention in LAC 5 10 July 2020 TOTAL Days 47 Key qualification, technical background and experience required: Education: Graduate university degree in Public Health, Nutrition. Psychology, Gender or other related degrees Work Experience: 1-5 years experience as a junior or mid-level professional, with a strong preference for professionals with experience in the areas of child and adolescent health and nutrition Prior work experience with a multi-lateral or international health and development agency is an asset Experience with UNICEF data and information systems is an asset Languages: Fluency in English and Spanish. Fluency in Portuguese and/or French is an asset. Technical Knowledge: Professional technical knowledge/expertise in working in developing countries on child and adolescent health and nutrition Knowledge of UNICEF programme work in the region in the areas of child and adolescent health and nutrition, including NCD prevention is an asset Other skills and Attributes: Flexibility and adaptability to shifting conditions and work demands. Capacity to communicate effectively and work collaboratively. High level of Integrity and commitment to UNICEF's mission and professional values. Good judgment, initiative, high sense of responsibility, tact and discretion. Demonstrated cultural sensitivity and ability to establish harmonious working relations in a multicultural environment. For every Child, you demonstrate… UNICEF's values of Care, Respect, Integrity, Trust, and Accountability and core competencies in Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results. Supervision: This consultancy will be supervised by the Regional Advisor Survive and Thrive in close collaboration with the Regional Specialist Adolescent Health. Consultant's workplace:Home based work. Duration: Approximately 4 months, with an estimated start date of 23 March 2020. Travel (if applicable) Travel will be covered by UNICEF as per policy. Travel costs will be estimated and added to the contract once they are determined based on UNICEF Financial Rules and Regulations. For agreed country visits, the contractor/consultant will be responsible in administering their own travel. UNICEF will reimburse travel related expenses based on actual costs or on the below criteria whichever is lower and upon presentation of receipts.Fees: Candidates are requested to submit: Technical proposal: cover letter (referring to the required qualifications, timeline, workplan, and proposed methodology, as well as contact references from three (3) previous work experiences) Financial proposal explaining fees (daily, monthly, lump sum, etc.) CV UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization. UNICEF has a zero-tolerance policy on conduct that is incompatible with the aims and objectives of the United Nations and UNICEF, including sexual exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, abuse of authority and discrimination. UNICEF also adheres to strict child safeguarding principles. All selected candidates will be expected to adhere to these standards and principles and will therefore undergo rigorous reference and background checks. Background checks will include the verification of academic credential(s) and employment history. Selected candidates may be required to provide additional information to conduct a background check. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process. Consultants and Individual contractors are responsible for paying any taxes derived from the earnings received from UNICEF. How to apply: UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=530143
Fundraising Specialist (Digital), NO-C, New Delhi [Post # 112055] - This vacancy is open for Indian Nationals Only
Country: India Organization: UN Children's Fund Closing date: 28 Feb 2020 UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. Across 190 countries and territories to protect the rights of every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone. UNICEF has spent 70 years working to improve the lives of children and their families. Defending children's rights throughout their lives requires a global presence, aiming to produce results and understand their effects. UNICEF believes all children have a right to survive, thrive and fulfill their potential – to the benefit of a better world. And we never give up! Click here to learn more about UNICEF: https://youtube/E1xkXZs0cAQ UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply. Our workplace policies promote flexible work arrangements, to support all staff in maintaining a healthy life balance, both in and out of the office. We are the first United Nations agency to be awarded the EDGE certification – the leading global standard for gender equality in the workplace. For more information on UNICEF EDGE Certification, kindly view the video here. UNICEF prides itself on fostering a multicultural and harmonious work environment, guaranteed by a zero-tolerance policy on sexual exploitation and abuse, and on any kind of harassment, including sexual harassment and discrimination. All selected candidates will undergo rigorous reference and background checks. For Every Child, AN ADVOCATE: In an effort to measurably improve UNICEF's ability to deliver better results for children, there is growing evidence that investing in the health, education and protection of a society’s most disadvantaged citizens — addressing inequity — not only will give all children the opportunity to fulfill their potential but also will lead to sustained growth and stability of countries. This is why the focus on equity is so vital. It accelerates progress towards realizing the human rights of all children, which is the universal mandate of UNICEF, as outlined by the Convention on the Rights of the Child, while also supporting the equitable development of nations. Organizational Context: The fundamental mission of UNICEF is to promote the rights of every child, everywhere, in everything the organization does. In order to do its work effectively, UNICEF works closely with the public and with the private sector to engage the support of individuals, companies and other partners who can help us fulfill our mission. This post is positioned within the Individual Giving section of the Resource Mobilization & Partnerships (RMP) team, and is a vital part of our digital fundraising activities being focused mainly on acquiring and engaging donors, preferable giving on a committed monthly basis. UNICEF has ambitious income targets in order to ensure that the funding is available for programme activities to undertaken in the support of children across India and this area is at the heart of our ongoing fundraising plans. This post reports to the Manager of the Individual Giving team and is responsible for managing the work of one further digital post (at UN grade NO-2). Job organizational context Purpose for the job: Under the general supervision of the Fundraising Manager, Individual Fundraising, the incumbent will be responsible for providing strategy, implementation and technical oversight, recommendations, planning and evaluation of fundraising strategies with the objective of acquiring new quality individual donors through digital channels. This includes managing and overseeing a variety of individual fundraising digital channels and the strategic development of new initiatives to maximize the growth of new monthly pledge donors from digital channels and the related net income. Key function, accountabilities and related duties/tasks: Development and oversight of effective acquisition strategies across digital channels, utilizing and maximizing a variety of fundraising techniques to drive new pledge donor and one-time donors to achieve budgeted targets and net income. This includes scoping and testing of new digital channels and initiatives as well as analysing and evaluating individual fundraising opportunities with the objective of identifying new additional, sustainable high-volume income streams and diversifying digital acquisition activity. Source and manage agencies, contractors and suppliers engaged to support the digital donor acquisition program ensuring that they perform at high standards. This includes briefing, and motivation of outsourced staff or others representing UNICEF such as digital agencies. Drive performance in order to ensure deliverables are met. Collaborate with relevant internal and external partners to ensure appropriate management of acquisition to maximize results. This includes the management and oversight of digital infrastructure including donation pages, payment gateways and other digital platforms to ensure an efficient online process for donors. Participate in the development and nurturing of partnerships with corporates, media companies and other business supporting digital acquisition activities, including those providing pathways to pledge. Enhance Private Sector Fundraising and Partnerships (PFP) efficiency and effectiveness through monitoring of inputs, local conditions and resources, and campaign implementation status. Strategic development and oversight of investment fund applications, monitoring fund utilization and prepare required reporting in a timely and effective manner. Manage the analysis of collected donor data and information and preparation of monitoring progress reports; draft changes in PFP work plans relevant to acquiring digital individual donors and the identification of required budget, supplies and equipment. Oversee other project documentation, assuring accuracy and consistency with established rules, regulations and plans of action, especially in agreed strategic plan which ensures maximum effectiveness of fund availability from new donors as well as maximum diversification of risks. Manage other related tasks as may be assigned from time to time including supporting the Resource Mobilization team on integrated campaigns and digital activities. Supervise, oversee and monitor Officer(s), Assistant(s) and/or consultants(s). Competencies and level of proficiency required: Core Values: Care Respect Integrity Trust Accountability Core competencies (Level 2) Builds and maintains partnerships Demonstrates self-awareness and ethical awareness Drive to achieve results for impact Innovates and embraces change Manages ambiguity and complexity Thinks and acts strategically Works collaboratively with others Nurtures, leads and manages people To view our competency framework, please click here. Qualifications: Education: Advanced (Master's) university degree in Marketing, Business Administration or closely related fieldsOR University degree along with at least 7 years of demonstrated professional relevant experience in the field of Marketing, Business Administration or closely related fields. Experience: Five years of practical professional work experience in new media marketing and all major digital channels such as paid search, display, email marketing, mobile marketing, web design and build, etc. Experience in the use of content management systems, email broadcasting tools and analytics packages. Proven skills in managing partnerships with publishers and agencies. Fundraising experience will be a preference. Language Requirements: Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of another official UN language or local language of the duty station is considered as an asset. Remarks: This post has been re-advertised to increase the pool of additional qualified candidates. Hence all the candidates who have applied prior need not apply again as their original application will be duly considered. Selected applicant will have an initial two (2) year fixed-term contract, with possibility of extension, subject to satisfactory performance. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified and advance to the next stage of the selection process, which involves various assessments. UNICEF does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process including application, interview, meeting, traveling, processing, training etc. UNICEF is a nonsmoking working environment. For more information about UNICEF India, please refer to the link below: - http://unicef.in/ * * * * * * * * * * How to apply: UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=530140
Technical/Team Leader– Sustainable Water in Tajikistan (SWIT)
Country: Tajikistan Organization: Tetra Tech Closing date: 23 Mar 2020 Tetra Tech International Development Services (http://www.tetratech.com/intdev) headquartered in Arlington, VA is currently accepting expressions of interest from qualified candidates for a potential Technical/Team Leader position on a USAID funded program Tajikistan. The Sustainable Water in Tajikistan (SWIT) activity will provide a range of long- and short-term technical assistance, along with funding for small-scale construction and rehabilitation of drinking water systems, to support the Government of Tajikistan (GoT), specifically local governments, in providing sustainable drinking water services in unserved and under-served rural areas. The Technical/Team Leader will be directly responsible for the timely provision and delivery of quality technical deliverables to support project implementation. This is anticipated to be a full-time position based in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. Responsibilities: * Provide technical expertise related to rehabilitation/construction of drinking water systems. * Coordinate and manage contracts with local construction companies * Work closely with COP and technical staff to achieve defined project results deliverables on schedule * Work with local government administration and secure their financial and in-kind contributions to the construction/rehabilitation of water infrastructure Qualifications: * Master’s degree or higher in engineering, finance, or other related field * Minimum 5 years’ experience in water and wastewater infrastructure, economic growth, conservation of water resources, and public-private partnerships * Minimum 3 years’ experience managing similar projects in developing countries, preferably Central Asia * Demonstrated skills in establishing and maintaining contacts with government counterparts and private sector partners * Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills and experience managing teams * Experience incorporating gender equality and climate considerations into project activities * Strong writing and oral presentation skills in English and Russian and/or Tajik * Tajikistan nationals strongly encouraged to apply How to apply: To be considered applicants must submit the following as part of the online application process: * Cover Letter * CV in reverse chronological format Please ensure that all necessary documents are uploaded, as incomplete applications and/or corrupt files may delay processing of your application or remove you from consideration. Applications that do not meet the minimum requirements listed above will not be considered. No phone calls will be accepted. Apply online at: http://bit.ly/TeamLeaderTajikistanSWIT Please indicate where you saw Tetra Tech's ad posted. Tetra Tech is a leading provider of consulting, engineering, and technical services worldwide. Our reputation rests on the technical expertise and dedication of our employees - 20,000 people working together across disciplines and time zones to provide smart, sustainable solutions for challenging projects. We are proud to be home to leading technical experts in water, environment, infrastructure, resource management, energy, and international development. Tetra Tech combines the resources of a global, multibillion dollar company with local, client-focused delivery in over 400 locations around the world. We offer competitive compensation and benefits and are searching for innovative people to join our teams. We are an equal opportunity employer: EOE AA/M/F/Vets/Disability.
Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Manager – Sustainable Water in Tajikistan (SWIT)
Country: Tajikistan Organization: Tetra Tech Closing date: 20 Mar 2020 Tetra Tech International Development Services (http://www.tetratech.com/intdev) headquartered in Arlington, VA is currently accepting expressions of interest from qualified candidates for a potential Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Manager position on a USAID funded program Tajikistan. The Sustainable Water in Tajikistan (SWIT) activity will provide a range of long- and short-term technical assistance, along with funding for small-scale construction and rehabilitation of drinking water systems, to support the Government of Tajikistan (GoT), specifically local governments, in providing sustainable drinking water services in unserved and under-served rural areas. The MEL Manager ensures that data generated from activities and interventions are reliably and accurately collected in a timely manner to inform project learning. This is anticipated to be a full-time position based in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. Responsibilities: * Implementing MEL systems and assuring adherence to relevant USAID policies and procedures * Provide monitoring, oversight, and accountability of program activities * Provide mentoring and training assistance/services as needed to the project staff * Use a Learning Plan to inform activity implementation ** Qualifications: * Master’s degree in a relevant field * Ten years’ relevant experience * Demonstrated experience managing monitoring and evaluation activities for donor funded projects or other US Government agencies * Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills * Strong writing and oral presentation skills in English and Russian and/or Tajik * Tajikistan nationals strongly encouraged to apply How to apply: To be considered applicants must submit the following as part of the online application process: * Cover Letter * CV in reverse chronological format Please ensure that all necessary documents are uploaded, as incomplete applications and/or corrupt files may delay processing of your application or remove you from consideration. Applications that do not meet the minimum requirements listed above will not be considered. No phone calls will be accepted. Apply online at: http://bit.ly/MELTajikistanSWIT Please indicate where you saw Tetra Tech's ad posted. Tetra Tech is a leading provider of consulting, engineering, and technical services worldwide. Our reputation rests on the technical expertise and dedication of our employees - 20,000 people working together across disciplines and time zones to provide smart, sustainable solutions for challenging projects. We are proud to be home to leading technical experts in water, environment, infrastructure, resource management, energy, and international development. Tetra Tech combines the resources of a global, multibillion dollar company with local, client-focused delivery in over 400 locations around the world. We offer competitive compensation and benefits and are searching for innovative people to join our teams. We are an equal opportunity employer: EOE AA/M/F/Vets/Disability.
Field Financial Manager
Country: Congo Organization: American Bar Association Closing date: 9 Mar 2020 ABA ROLI seeks a full-time Field Financial Manager to oversee the financial and administration operations in our office based in Goma, DRC. Under the supervision of the Country Director (CD) and ABA ROLI Africa Division Director (located in Washington, DC), the Field Financial Manager will work with ABA ROLI program and finance teams in Washington, DC to provide financial management of the field office and all programs in the assigned portfolio. The FFM will work closely with the appropriate CD to ensure compliance with donor and ABA ROLI policies and procedures. The FFM also works to oversee personnel management and ensure compliance with local laws. RESPONSIBILITIES The duties of this post include, but are not limited to, the following: Managing office funds, including bank accounts and petty cash; Ensuring Compliance check of all payment transactions before their recording in QuickBooks Preparing detailed monthly expense reports in English, using QuickBooks software; Maintain the office cash and bank accounts, conducting monthly bank and cash reconciliations; Overseeing finance and logistic assistant work; Overseeing provision of capacity building of subgrantees on their financial management; Overseeing Compliance review of subgrantees’ financial reports; Preparing monthly office cash forecasts; Preparing staff рауroll and lосаl tax payments; Monitoring program spending for the duration of the grants; Ensuring timely payment to vendors in compliance with ABA ROLI policies and procedures; Maintaining office financial and operational policies, including security policies in collaboration with ABA ROLI’s field office and Washington-based security staff; Working with local field-based staff on financial management and compliance, including training staff on ABA ROLI policies and procedures; Providing financial counsel to the office HR Manager in the drafting, executing, and managing contracts for staff, consultants, and vendors; as well as maintenance of resident staff timesheets, tracking of leave time; Other related duties as required. Academic and Professional Qualifications Required: Education: A University Bachelor’s degree in accounting, management & administration, commerce or finance, and Professional Years’ Experience: At least fifteen (15) years of senior financial management experience within an international non-governmental organization (INGO) or multilateral institution. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Skills: The applicant shall have: Experience working with US government-funded projects, including familiarity with OMB Circular financial regulations; Experience and familiarity with general auditing principles and standards; Experience with fleet maintenance cost management; Experience establishing internal controls for effective cash management; Experience in the preparation of fixed and expendables assets inventory reports; Experience with, and knowledge of, U.S. Government procurement regulations; Experience with preparing and forecasting budgets; Experience managing staff and working within a team composed of administrative, financial and programmatic staff; Experience in human resource management and/or office administration; Comfortable working in an insecure or post-conflict setting preferable; Advanced skills in QuickBooks, Excel, and Word; Strong written and oral communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively in English; High degree of organization, professionalism, integrity, trustworthiness and flexibility; Ability to use discretion when working with confidential documents and information; Ability to operate efficiently while juggling multiple priorities. Language: Fluent in French with working proficiency in English are required. Particular & Application information Particular Conditions of Work:** Possible extended working hours and under Pressure Remuneration:** Salary and benefit details will only be discussed with candidates selected for interviews. The ABA offers a competitive compensation packages comparable to those offered by similar international organizations Equal Opportunities: ABA is an equal opportunity employer that offers equal chances to men and women. Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply. Application: Interested applicants who meet the minimum qualifications for this position must address and submit their applications to Danielle Schmitz, at Danielle.Schmitz@Americanbar.org Applications sent after the required submission deadline will not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted for the next stage of the recruitment process Applications for the position shall be received until 12:00 Mid-night on Monday, March 9, 2020 applications received after 12:00 Mid-night on Monday, March 9, 2020 will NOT be considered. How to apply: Send applications to Danielle.Schmitz@Americanbar.org
Chief of Party – Sustainable Water in Tajikistan (SWIT)
Country: Tajikistan Organization: Tetra Tech Closing date: 21 Feb 2022 Tetra Tech International Development Services (http://www.tetratech.com/intdev) headquartered in Arlington, VA is currently accepting expressions of interest from qualified candidates for a potential Chief of Party (COP) position on a USAID funded program Tajikistan. The Sustainable Water in Tajikistan (SWIT) activity will provide a range of long and short-term technical assistance, along with funding for small-scale construction and rehabilitation of drinking water systems, to support the Government of Tajikistan (GoT), specifically local governments, in providing sustainable drinking water services in unserved and under-served rural areas. The COP will be the principal point of contact based in Tajikistan for procedural and substantive matters. The COP will provide overall technical, administrative, and financial management leadership and oversight to the project. This is anticipated to be a full-time position based in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. Responsibilities: * Provide overall leadership and management of the entire activity * Work closely with technical leads to achieve defined project results, produce deliverables on schedule, and build successful partnerships with stakeholders, counterparts and donors * Manage the preparation of the project’s progress report, work-plans and other contractual deliverables ** Qualifications: * Master’s degree or higher in social studies, economics or other related field * Minimum 8 years’ experience in donor-funded water and sanitation infrastructure and financing programs, including utility reform and creditworthiness improvement * Minimum 5 years’ experience managing implementation of donor-funded projects in developing countries, preferably Central Asia * Demonstrated ability to lead and supervise a diverse team * Strong writing and oral presentation skills in English with Russian and/or Tajik language skills strongly preferred * Tajikistan nationals strongly encouraged to apply How to apply: To be considered applicants must submit the following as part of the online application process: * Cover Letter * CV in reverse chronological format Please ensure that all necessary documents are uploaded, as incomplete applications and/or corrupt files may delay processing of your application or remove you from consideration. Applications that do not meet the minimum requirements listed above will not be considered. No phone calls will be accepted. Apply online at: http://bit.ly/COPTajikistanSWIT Please indicate where you saw Tetra Tech's ad posted. Tetra Tech is a leading provider of consulting, engineering, and technical services worldwide. Our reputation rests on the technical expertise and dedication of our employees - 20,000 people working together across disciplines and time zones to provide smart, sustainable solutions for challenging projects. We are proud to be home to leading technical experts in water, environment, infrastructure, resource management, energy, and international development. Tetra Tech combines the resources of a global, multibillion dollar company with local, client-focused delivery in over 400 locations around the world. We offer competitive compensation and benefits and are searching for innovative people to join our teams. We are an equal opportunity employer: EOE AA/M/F/Vets/Disability.
ECONOMIC SECURITY NUTRITION FIELD OFFICER - KISMAYO
Country: Somalia Organization: International Committee of the Red Cross Closing date: 5 Mar 2020 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY ECONOMIC SECURITY NUTRITION FIELD OFFICER KISMAYO About the Job The Nutrition field officer contributes to the overall integration, implementation and management of the EcoSec nutrition activities across Somalia. Under the supervision of the Nutrition Delegate and the EcoSec Delegate in charge, the Nutrition Field Officer analyses the nutrition and economic security situation, integrates nutrition in the needs assessments and planned EcoSec interventions. He/she implements the programme for the treatment of Moderate Acute Malnutrition for children aged less than five years old, pregnant and lactating women. This is a national/resident position based in Kismayo, Somalia Duties and Responsibilities · Contributes to monitoring of the food security and nutrition situation by highlighting and reporting on any rising food insecurity trends · Ensures optimal integration of standard nutrition and food consumption tools and indicators · Ensures quality food consumption and nutrition analysis at the field level Ensures that the nutrition component is well assessed by planning, designing the methodology, coordinating with other departments, conducting the actual assessment and preparing the analysis · Constantly monitors all EcoSec food and nutrition products stored in the field to ensure optimal conditions for quality preservation Monitors all nutrition-sensitive activities and tracks the integrated nutrition indicators · Trains enumerators including Somalia Red Crescent Society (SRCS) staff and volunteers on nutrition and food consumption tools · Ensures the good implementation of the Targeted Supplementary Feeding Programme (TSFP) at the mobile and static SRCS clinics where there is an Out-Patient Treatment Programme (OTP)** Ensures that Infant and Young Children Feeding (IYCF) and nutrition education session are implemented in the TSFP/OTP SCRC clinics and monitored · Offers technical support to SRCS staffs during the implementation of the Moderate Acute Malnutrition (MAM) programme. ** · Ensures that the re order levels are maintained for all nutritional products in the region for the treatment of Moderate Acute Malnutrition (MAM)** · Ensures that the SRCS staffs adhere to the Somali Integrated Management of Acute Malnutrition (IMAM) protocol for the admission, treatment and discharge of MAM beneficiaries** · Supports in the integration of nutrition within EcoSec department in the sectors of agriculture, livestock, cash and markets at field level** · Supervises the food chain implemented by ICRC Health in the stabilization center and reports on the same** · Prepares the EcoSec assessment reports on nutrition and food consumption** · Reports on all on going activities and shares statistical data on a weekly basis** Minimum qualifications and required competencies · University Degree in nutrition, public health, nursing or equivalent qualification in a related field of study** · At least 5 years work experience in a similar field of activity** · Ability to design and implement SMART Nutrition Survey** · Strong facilitation, presentation and report writing skills** · Good knowledge of the political, social, economic and cultural environment of the region · Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills · Fluency in written and spoken English and Somali language · Computer proficiency especially in MS Office suite We Offer · A challenging job opportunity within a dynamic work environment in an international humanitarian organization · Training and development opportunities · A competitive salary with benefits, based on the ICRC Compensation and Benefits framework How to apply: Apply by sending your cover letter and CV addressed to the Human Resources Manager, ICRC Somalia Delegation, on the email address sokrecruitment@icrc.org. Your cover letter must indicate your current salary and your expected salary range. The closing date is 5th March 2020. Clearly indicate the position title in the subject line of your email message. ** NOTE THAT ONLY EMAILED APPLICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted and canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification. Any enquiries about the position should be addressed to *sokrecruitment@icrc.org.***
PROTECTION FIELD OFFICER - BELETWEYNE
Country: Somalia Organization: International Committee of the Red Cross Closing date: 1 Mar 2020 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PROTECTION FIELD OFFICER BELETWEYNE About the Job The Protection Field Officer contributes to the planning, implementation, monitoring and documentation of ICRC Protection activities. This is a resident/National position based in Beletweyne, Somalia. Duties and Responsibilities · Contributes to the implementation of Protection of Civilian Population (PCP) activities · Conducts field assessments either independently or as part of ICRC multidisciplinary teams focusing on the humanitarian needs of affected populations · Supports detention visiting teams if/when need be · Supports the ICRC or the Somali Red Crescent Society in restoring family links (RFL) activities · Contributes to analysis of the general humanitarian situation · Contributes to the definition of the annual objectives and plans of actions of the ICRC Protection department · Conducts analysis of the social, political and cultural environment · Prepares the operational reports and regularly gives an account of the on ongoing activities including multidisciplinary assessments Minimum qualifications and required competencies · University Degree in Social Science, development studies or qualification in a related field of study · At least 4 years of experience in a similar field of activities · Knowledge of International Humanitarian Law/International Human Rights Law is an asset · Ability to network, represent the institution externally and dialogue with major stakeholders · Fluency in both oral and written communication in English and Somali · Excellent administrative and organizational skills · Upholds a high sense of responsibility and confidentiality · Computer proficiency especially in MS Office suite We Offer · A challenging job opportunity within a dynamic work environment in an international humanitarian organization · Training and development opportunities · A competitive salary with benefits, based on the ICRC Compensation and Benefits framework How to apply: Apply by sending your cover letter and CV addressed to the Human Resources Manager, ICRC Somalia Delegation, on the email address sokrecruitment@icrc.org. Your cover letter must indicate your current salary and your expected salary range. The closing date is 1st March 2020. Clearly indicate the position title in the subject line of your email message. ** NOTE THAT ONLY EMAILED APPLICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted and canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification. Any enquiries about the position should be addressed to *sokrecruitment@icrc.org.***
Consultancy: Development of a Gender and Anti-Corruption Framework for TI’s National Chapters in Latin America and the Caribbean
Organization: Transparency International Closing date: 15 Mar 2020 BACKGROUND Transparency International (TI) is the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption. Through more than 100 chapters worldwide and an international secretariat in Berlin, Germany, TI raises awareness of the damaging effects of corruption and works with partners in government, business and civil society to develop and implement effective measures to tackle it. While many forms of corruption affect both women and men, corruption disproportionately affects vulnerable populations, including women, who represent a higher share of the world’s poor. Women experience corruption in their daily lives particularly in their role as primary caretakers of their families and are primarily subject to some of its forms, like sexual extortion. As such, corruption stands in the way of women‘s full access to their civic, social and economic rights and hinders their access to leadership positions in the political sphere. Thus, working to end corruption is essential to empower women and reduce existing gender disparities. In the last years, the Transparency International Secretariat (TI-S) as well as many of its National Chapters have begun to address the linkages between gender and corruption. In 2019, TI’s Global Corruption Barometer for Latin America and the Caribbean included for the first time specific questions related to gender and corruption, which was an important step to understand how corruption affects women. Several of the 17 National Chapters across Latin America and the Caribbean are addressing the gender aspects of corruption through different initiatives from training women leaders in exercising social audits, to conducting research studies about gender and corruption links at national level or promoting the political participation of women. TI-S is seeking a consultant to develop a gender and anti-corruption framework for the National Chapters in the Latin America and Caribbean region. The aim of this framework is to lay out the intersection between anti-corruption work and gender, where work can be developed, and the approaches that can be implemented. The aim is to allow National Chapters to use it as practical guidance for their own work and programming. OBJECTIVES The development of the framework should entail, and hence include: Mapping of the work that the National Chapters in the Latin America and Caribbean region are doing on gender and anti-corruption and respective approaches (for an overview of TI’s work see TI’s topic areas). Scope other existing work, initiatives and approaches external to the TI Movement that can potentially inform the National Chapters’ work. A framework with a practical focus that serves as a guide for National Chapters. Essential to all the above is the consideration of context and contextual variables, and consultation with National Chapters in the region. EXPECTED DELIVERABLES In close cooperation with the coordination team at TI-S, the consultant is expected to develop a gender and anti-corruption framework. This includes: An index outlining the structure and content of the framework. Framework including a mapping of existing approaches, good practices, methodologies, recommendations, new strategies and opportunities for regional collaboration. All presentations and reports are to be submitted in English or Spanish, in electronic form, in accordance with the deadlines agreed. The consultant is responsible for editing and quality control of language. TI-S retains the sole rights with respect to all distribution, dissemination and publication of the deliverables. WORKING AND REPORTING ARRANGEMENTS The consultant/team of consultants is expected to work very close with the TI-S IMPACT grant coordination team, the Regional Advisor for the Americas as well as with other technical external partners in the region. The index (deliverable 1) must be approved by the TI-S team before continuing to draft the framework. The engagement of the National Chapters will be coordinated with and facilitated through the Regional Advisor for the Americas. There will be periodical check-in meetings throughout the process with the TI-S team. TI-S will ensure the organisation of logistics associated with this process. SELECTION CRITERIA The consultant should have the following qualifications: University degree in social sciences/ political science/ gender or equivalent experience Thorough understanding of the linkages between gender and good governance, corruption Working experience in the Latin America and Caribbean region Excellent command of English and Spanish to a native speaker’s level Good presentation and communication capacities with high attention to detail Previous experience in successfully conducting similar assignments Innovative, open-minded, culturally sensitive personality REMUNERATION AND COSTS The consultants should provide their estimated total fee as a lump sum or as standard daily or hourly rates, before any VAT or other charges. For consultants based in the EU, EEA and Switzerland Transparency International e.V. (Secretariat), (TI-S) is registered as a Business Entity in Germany with VAT identification number DE273612486. In order to determine the Value Added Tax (VAT) implications of this tender, we kindly request that consultants fill out the VAT Form for Tenders/Vendor Form (instructions inside the form) and submit the completed and duly signed form along with their email application. The link to the VAT Form for Tenders/Vendor Form is available at https://www.transparency.org/whoweare/work/gender_and_anti_corruption_framework_for_tis_national_chapters_in_latin_ame. How to apply: CONTACT INFORMATION The application should include the following documents in English or Spanish: a cover letter that outlines the consultant’s qualifications for the assignment a concept note that briefly presents the idea and overall approach to the assignment, envisaged challenges this assignment poses, and a work plan CV(s), incl. two references (with contact information) links, references to work samples related to the topic an indicative time/ cost estimate broken down by daily fee, number of days, other costs indication of availability to conduct the assignment within the given timeframe Please email your application documents by 15th March 2020, 23:59 CET indicating “Gender and anti-corruption framework’’ in the subject line to genderframework@transparency.org. Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Guidelines for handling overhead and travel expenses Overhead Regular overhead expenses associated with the Consultants maintaining their place of business, such as rent, telephone, utilities or stationary, are included in the Consultant’s professional fee, except where explicitly agreed otherwise in the contract. Travel 2.1 Travel and accommodation expenses will as far as possible, and where applicable, be recovered from the institutions and companies hosting events or using the outputs provided by the Consultant. 2.2 Where such cost recovery is not possible, all travel is subject to prior approval by TI-S staff responsible for the financial management of the Project or TI Budget Line that will support the costs of travel. TI shall not issue travel advances to the Consultants. For accommodation or travel by air, rail or coach, they will instead have to contact TI-S that will make travel arrangements on the Consultant’s behalf. 2.3 All travel booked by TI-S will include travel health and accident insurance with worldwide coverage and Economy class only; accommodation will aim to achieve best value for money up to a 4-star category. 2.4 Consultants shall be entitled to invoice TI-S only for local transportation and visa cost (if applicable). 2.5 Subsistence allowance (per diems) and expenses for individual meals cannot be claimed. These are part of Consultant’s business expenses.
Mid-term Assessment of SIDAs Contribution to Improving SRHR in Southern Africa
Country: United States of America Organization: Population Services International Closing date: 22 Feb 2020 Population Services International Job ID 2019-2941# of Openings 1Posted Date 14 hours agoCategoryPosition Location: City Washington, DCRegion Washington, DCPosition Location: Country United States   Terms of reference: Mid-term Assessment of SIDA's Contribution to Improving SRHR in Southern Africa through the Establishment of a Regional Pharmaceutical Social Enterprise Intervention Background / The Programme Problem Statement: Low contraceptive prevalence rates for modern methods and high unmet need for contraceptives are driving unintended pregnancies in Sub-Saharan Africa. In 2012 alone, there were an estimated 19 million unintended pregnancies, of which six million resulted in abortions, nearly all of which were unsafe.[1] In 2014, only 44.8% of married women of reproductive age (WRA) who wanted to avoid pregnancy were using a modern family planning (FP) method, and 29% of WRA were facing an unmet need for modern methods, with unmet need highest among women younger than 20.[2],[3] The unmet need for FP in Sub-Saharan Africa is expected to grow from 34.7 million WRA in 2015 to 40.6 million WRA in 2030.[4] The drivers of unmet need and unsafe abortion include limited contraceptive method mix, socio-economic barriers such as desired high fertility and disproportionate use of modern methods by higher-income quintiles, poor quality of care, provider biases, particularly towards youth, high costs for contraceptives, gender and human rights disparities in access to healthcare, and policy barriers around task shifting and restricted abortion services.[5],[6] The Southern Africa region is not immune to these challenges. For example, in South Africa, a relatively robust modern contraceptive prevalence rate of 54% masks uncomfortable truths about access to reproductive health services, including safe termination of pregnancy[7]. Recent demographic and health results suggest family planning services are stagnant at best, including estimates that 16% of those aged 15-19 had started childbearing, a percentage unchanged since 1998. At least 30% of teenagers in South Africa report 'ever having been pregnant', the majority unplanned and of those who fall pregnant, less than a third return to school and all face abandonment by boyfriends and families[8]. Approximately 30% of teenagers in South Africa report 'ever having been pregnant", the majority unplanned[9]. Inequities between countries, rural and urban areas, and among age groups are particularly pronounced. For example, In South Africa's more rural and lower income provinces--Eastern Cape, Kwa-Zulu Natal and Limpopo-display total fertility rates (TFR) rates above the country's average. In Zambia, demand for modern contraceptive methods is highest amongst: women aged between 25-29 (68%); urban women (73%); those in Lusaka (74%); women with more than secondary education (79%) and those in the highest wealth quintile (78%). In Namibia*,* Kavango, Kunene, Ohangwena and Omaheke which are amongst the poorest regions in Namibia display the highest TFR in comparison to other regions. While Southern Africa's public sectors have tried to address these barriers by reaching some segments of the population with free or subsidized HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) products/services, these efforts are often under-resourced to address the full burden of health care needs in the region, particularly for young women.[10] In addition, the public sector has made limited investments in FP, due at least in part to the focus on HIV in the region. Total development assistance for health grew by 9% annually from 2007 to 2011 but has held steady since then with projections to reduce in the coming years.[11] Despite growth of the private sector, the pharmaceutical sector is not addressing the SRHR needs of young women, particularly low-income women, due to limited investment in market development and building provider capacity. The for-profit commercial sector has catered to the health needs of wealthier segments of the populations given their mandate for sales revenues and profitability, as well as institutional sales to the public sector. High prices, limited availability of a range of contraceptives, lack of infrastructure to deliver products/services-particularly to vulnerable populations, and low quality of care-including provider biases that undermine the rights of women, especially youth, remain shortfalls across a range of countries in Southern Africa. As a result, access, choice and quality for other segments of the population have become a significant challenge and are often limited to the public sector. Opportunity: PSI sees an opportunity to expand access to low-cost SRHR products through a regional social enterprise with the aim of addressing health needs at scale and leveraging regional operational efficiencies to deliver long-term, financially sustainable health impact. The private sector is showing potential to fill an important health need for populations underserved by the public sector.[12] Today approximately 60% of health care financing in Africa comes from private sources, and approximately 50% of the population receives care from the private sector; these numbers are continuing to grow.[13],[14] In addition, the development community has realized that as the public sector and local governments become increasingly stretched and donors are pushing to reduce subsidies over time, harnessing rapidly growing private-sector markets with a high unmet need for SRHR holds great promise. This is due to a number of converging trends: growing economies, widespread access to technology and information sharing, active participation of multi-national corporations-including manufacturers and pharmaceuticals, and increased mobility and urbanization of populations.[15] As such, some marketplaces in the Southern Africa region are ripe for a fresh approach-one that marries the opportunities traditional donor funding provides to address health needs in a financially sustainable way through social enterprise operations. Finally, PSI believes there is significant potential in the lower tier of the market, particularly as purchasing power is increasing and subsidy for free products is declining; this allows for a social enterprise approach that leverages investments in the market to improve sustainability for consumers. To establish a social enterprise and harness this untapped potential, there is a need for initial donor investments for market activation and development to create the appropriate conditions to make sustained health impact a reality. This will allow for the private sector to continue to serve low-income populations, focusing on large volumes with thin margins, as compared to purely commercial companies that are focused on profit. [1] Singh, S. and Darroch, J.E. (2012).*Adding It Up: Costs and Benefits of Contraceptive Services - Estimates for 2012*. New York: Guttmacher Institute and United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). [2]Darroch, J., Sedgh, G., Ball, H. (2011). Contraceptive Technologies: Responding to women's needs. New York: Guttmacher Institute. [3]United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division. (2015). *Model-based Estimates and Projections of Family Planning Indicators 2015.*New York: United Nations. [4] United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (2015). Trends in Contraceptive Use Worldwide 2015, available at www.un.org/en/development/desa/population/publications/pdf/family/trendsContraceptiveUse2015Report.p.... [5]Darroch, J., Sedgh, G., Ball, H. (2011). [6] UNFPA Global Programme on Reproductive Health Commodity Security. [7] South Africa Demographic and Health Survey 2016: Key Indicator Report [8] (Jewkes, Morrell and Christofides,2009; Lince, 2011; Flanagan et al,2013; Pettifor et al., 2005; Reddy et al., 2008andHolt et al.,2012; Ardington, 2012). [9] (Jewkes, Morrell and Christofides,2009; Lince, 2011; Flanagan et al,2013; Pettifor et al., 2005; Reddy et al., 2008andHolt et al.,2012; Ardington, 2012). [10] Maynard-Tucker, G. (2009). HIV/AIDS and family planning services integration: review of prospects for a comprehensive approach in sub-Saharan Africa. African Journal of AIDS Research, 8(4), 465-472. Retrieved June 30, 2015 from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25875710. [11] IHME DAH database 2013. [12]World Bank. (2008). The Business of Health of Africa, Partnering with the Private Sector to Improve People's Lives. International Finance Corporation. Washington, DC: World Bank. [13]UCSF.(2011). Private Health Care in Developing Countries. Retrieved February 28, 2016 from http://ps4h.org/country_data_files/SSAfrica.pdf. [14]World Bank. (2008). [15]Bafford, B., Gelfand, S. (2015, April). Impact Investing in Global Health: Let's Get Flexible. Stanford Social Innovation Review. Retrieved September 1, 2015 fromhttp://ssir.org/articles/entry/impact_investing_in_global_health_lets_get_flexible#sthash.JAMHteUs.d....   Programme Approach: PSI will establish a regional pharmaceutical social enterprise to sustainably improve SRHR among young women in Southern Africa by reinvigorating and refocusing SRHR efforts to include the delivery of health impact using cutting edge marketing and business strategies to target subsidies appropriately and reduce reliance on donors. The social enterprise seeks to grow and sustain voluntary use of SRHR products for girls and women in Southern Africa with a focus on equity, choice and value. This approach is an evolution from more traditional social marketing, and represents a transition from a model that applies subsidy regardless of target audience segment towards tone where subsidy is applied strategically to: Address market failures that constrain access, Address equity through improved segmentation, Grow the user base through acquisition of new users (i.e. through demand generation), and Improve the quality of use. PSI's social enterprise approach is grounded in commercial models and places an emphasis on appropriate marketing and pricing strategies to grow the market as well as significant procurement and operational efficiencies to provide affordable pricing while moving towards sustainable funding in the medium to long term. PSI aims to grow and diversify the product base over time, setting up a model that contributes to contraceptive security and a more viable business model for the future. Similar to the regional condom social enterprise, PSI expects that this enterprise will not be fully sustainable for a long time. However, PSI is setting up the enterprise as a commercial model in response to the challenges of entering the market in Southern Africa, limited donor funding and the need to lay the foundation for sustainability in the medium to long term. The SIDA investment is intended to set the right systems in place to ensure long-term sustainability. Evaluation Object and Scope As part of the SIDA agreement, a mid-term review is to be conducted on the programme in 2019. SIDA is therefore is looking to undertake an analysis of the current programme. The purpose of the review is to assess progress to date and inform decisions on how implementation may be adjusted and improved with specific attention to understanding the potential of the social marketing and social enterprise approach to contribute to improved access to SRHR products as well as opportunities and risks of the model from a human-rights based perspective, its potential market-distorting and/or market development effects, and the sustainability of the programme over the medium to long term. PSI is therefore recruiting a consultant with the following scope of work: Review of the latest literature on the market dynamics for reproductive health products and services in Southern Africa with special attention to barriers to entry for reproductive health technologies, challenges and opportunities for taking products to scale, equity of access and whether and how the market is serving poorer segments of the population. The review should take into consideration the perspectives of commercial players where feasible. (2 days) Review and assess business strategy, business plans and action taken to date towards improved access to a broad range of quality assured SRHR products. The analysis should include identification of challenges and opportunities and consider the potential of the social enterprise business approach within the context of the following drivers which underpin the business model (5 days). Access: Putting into place strategic partnerships across the value chain necessary for a robust offering through private sector channels across key geographies; potential of the model to contribute to improved commodity security for key FP products by addressing market failures that constrain access. Choice: Growing the user base by developing and launching a portfolio of affordable, high quality products tailored to respond to consumers' needs. Equity: Assessing the degree to which equity is addressed through improved segmentation; the appropriateness of the customer segmentation strategy and pricing model, particularly to help scale the organization and reach the target group. Quality: Improving quality of use across the production to use spectrum, from the point of manufacture through the distribution supply chain to the end user. This includes action taken globally and locally to ensure product quality assurance, medical and ethical responsibility, enhancing the client/provider experience and reinforcing informed choice across all modern contraceptive methods. Prepare two country case studies of PSI programmes, including (5 days on the ground in each country) current proposed countries include Angola and South Africa but will depend on consultants' assessment Overview of the total contraceptive market in the country, should such analysis not be available Analysis of the potential market developing and competition distorting effects of the PSI programme in the country including assessing the potential for the approach to crowd-in or crowd-out private sector. What are the potential risks that SIDA should be aware of? Review of data from PSI routine monitoring framework against the defined results framework and key performance indicators, and reach of target group to the extent possible by socioeconomic background, gender, rural/urban and other relevant demographic indicators Assess the operational and financial sustainability of the social enterprise once SIDA support is phased out. Assessment of PSI's overall model for social enterprise and the operational model for the social enterprise business in Southern Africa. Assessment of the business plan and business cost and revenue model and how (if) it is being used to revise PSI market strategies and drive operational efficiencies to improve cost recovery for the total business. Assessment of challenges related to reaching the reach so called Base of the Pyramid consumers and achieving financial sustainability. Analyze the SIDA funded PSI programme from a human rights perspective (availability, accessibility, acceptability and quality) and based on the above analysis, and make suggestions for adjustments to programme assumptions, results framework and indicators.   Methodology & Methods for Data Collection and Analysis (to be finalized during inception phase) Inception phase, including an initial meeting between the consultant, PSI and SIDA and production of a draft report refining the components of the methodology including the documents to be reviewed in the desk review, the list of key informants to be interviewed, and the process and timeline to be followed, key milestones and contact people within PSI and SIDA Desk review to understand the context of the programme and social enterprise approach and strategy and actions taken to date Key informant interviews to fill any gaps in the desk review and ask specific targeted questions from sector experts Field visits to PSI offices and actors across the value chain Recommendations workshop to present and review key findings with PSI and SIDA, and facilitate discussion to refine strategy and activities moving forwardTime Schedule & Deliverables (estimates) Inception report, including detailed methodology, key informants, process and timeline - within 5 days of signature of contract Desk Review - 3 days Data Collection (including key informant interviews and site visits) - 10 days Draft report and power point presentation for one round of comment prior to workshop - 5 days Presentation to the PSI and SIDA team during recommendations workshop - 1 day Final draft report integrating comments and recommendations from the workshop - 5 days Two rounds of comments - 5 days Final draft report and power point - no later than September 30th, 2019 Participation in formal presentation of results to SIDA, no later than October 31, 2019Evaluation Team Qualifications: It is anticipated that the consultancy will require at least one technical expert with demonstrated public health expertise with an understanding of the sexual and reproductive health sector and key actors, as well as a commercial and / or economic development expert with experience in sub-Saharan Africa. The following are recommended qualifications for members of the evaluation team: A Master's degree in Business Administration, Economics, social sciences, public health, or similar Minimum seven (7) years' experience working social marketing and social enterprises Previous experience of evaluating social marketing and social enterprise initiatives from a human rights-based perspective Technical knowledge of key concepts such as total market approach, market distortion and market development and sustainability Technical Knowledge of the reproductive health commodities landscape with a focus on sub-Saharan Africa Good written and oral communication skills in English Good interpersonal skills and experience of working in a multicultural environment Ceiling amount of the fees and reimbursable expenses The maximum amount available for this assignment is $40,000 Reimbursable costs include airfares, hotels, per-diem and other costs associated with field visits Bidders are required to submit the following A proposed methodology, work plan, personnel and budget for conducting the assignment Evidence of comparable experience carrying out similar work At least 2 professional references Other information relevant for the assignment Please submit to fahmed@psi.org Contact Us: fahmed@psi.org PI118240391 How to apply: Contact Us: fahmed@psi.org
A PREPAREDNESS COORDINATOR (M/F)
Organization: Action Contre la Faim France Closing date: 6 Mar 2020 We are looking for the Operations Department: A PREPAREDNESS COORDINATOR (M/F) Workplace: Global Mission: Under the Director Readiness, you will assist the agency in meeting its global Readiness targets to ensure the agency is optimally positioned to respond to diverse and large events. You assist the agency and the Emergency Readiness and Response Unit (ERRU) at a global level and in specific countries in preparedness and readiness activity to enable optimal emergency response. More precisely : · You will participate in updating and shaping the approach and tools to Country Planning and Readiness under the direction of ERRU leadership. · You will support the Development of country readiness prioritization lists & global work plans as required. · You will deploy to assigned countries and you will carry out readiness with the country management team and support any assigned country remotely and regularly. · You will ensure country level plans feedback into a Global Plan to ensure global agency readiness. · You will support other data, analysis, communications, reporting and proposal writing as assigned. Sous la responsabilité du Directeur Délégué (DD) de l’unité de préparation et réponse aux urgences, vous aurez la responsabilité d’aider le service à atteindre ses objectifs de préparation aux urgences afin de garantir au service une position optimale pour faire face aux choix d’interventions opérationnelles pour les situations d’urgence humanitaire. Vous permettrez une intervention d'urgence optimale en cas de crise humanitaire. Vous devrez dans un temps imparti être en mesure d’assurer les activités d’ACF avec les parties prenantes et garantir la capacité d’intervention opérationnelle. Plus précisément: · Vous préparez et organisez des déploiements et vous êtes disponible pour un large éventail de deployments à court préavis. · Vous participez pleinement aux processus de planification et d'administration · Vous assurez la disponibilité et la mobilisation pour les déploiements (-/+ 70% de l'année civile) · Vous assurez la liaison avec les référents appropriés afin d'assurer une capacité et des connaissances à jour dans vos secteurs d'activité. · Vous êtes déployé dans divers pays pour appuyer le travail de l'organisme et exécuter, sur demande, des programmes ou des activités de soutien ; gestion d'équipe ; coordination interne ; représentation ; rapports et communications ; et soutien à la sécurité et à la gestion du risque. Do you fit with the position? Preferably a master’s in humanitarian affairs, emergency management, or equivalent training and/or experience in strategizing, planning and professional emergency management. You have demonstrated experience in Planning and you clearly understand the hierarchy, flow and logic of planning. You have at least 3 years’ experience in humanitarian aid, emergency management, or similar. You have worked in least developed and conflict countries in an operations management capacity or similar. You have capacity building knowledge or experience in trainings. You are able to travel regularly and at times with little notice; are flexible, professional, autonomous, a good negotiator, an excellent facilitator, and practice good communication. You can write clearly and concisely and deliver completed works of a wide variety, such as plans, reports, white papers, orientation products, desk reviews, ToR’s, analytical papers, and the like. You are adept in Word, Excel and Power point and can speak and write fluently in English, and preferably in French. Other languages such as Arabic, Spanish and more, are a plus. The preparedness coordinator is based from their home or at HQ and travels as much as their assigned countries require their on-site support within the calendar year but not exceeding +/- 70%. You will deploy to very diverse least developed and conflict countries. You will occasionally be required in Paris or other locations for meetings, conferences and the like. The work is intense and can be at high speed, but is also exciting and rewarding when done well. You are part of a global team based around the world and connected-up by our shared commitment to providing optimal service to country offices and those impacted by disaster. Vous êtes titulaire d’un master idéalement en humanitaire, management de l’urgence ou équivalent en stratégie, préparation ou gestion des urgences. Vous avez de l’expérience en planification et avez une bonne compréhension des enjeux logistiques en termes de gestion des flux et planification logistique. Vous avez au moins 3 ans d’expérience dans l’humanitaire, en gestion des urgences. Vous avez travaillé sur le terrain, dans des zones de conflits ou peu développées. Vous avez de bonnes compétences en renforcement de compétences ou formation. Vous êtes en capacité de voyager très régulièrement, avec de très courts préavis. Vous êtes flexible, professionnel, autonome et bon négociateur avec d’excellentes capacités de communication. Vous avez de bonnes capacités rédactionnelles and pouvez produire des documents de bonne qualité et complets de toutes sortes : plan, rapports, note d’orientation, desk reviews, TdR, analyses… Vous maîtrisez Word, Excel et Power point et parlez et écrivez couramment en Français, anglais. L’Arabe sera considéré comme un plus. Status: 12 months fixed-term contract - This position can be contractualized according to 2 modalities: Fixed term contract under French legislation at HQ in Paris: Salary conditions: From 38 to 43 K € gross annual over 13 months according to experience, 21 days of RTT, 20 days of homeworking per year (as part of ACF's homeworking policy, after managerial agreement), restaurant titles at 8€ (60% paid by ACF), complementary health (80% reimbursed by ACF), reimbursement 50% public transport Expatriation contract: fixed term contract under French legislation Remuneration and benefits: · Monthly gross salary from2450 à 2800 € euros upon experience · Per diem and living allowance: depending on the mission · + 16% of monthly gross. For non-French citizen for retrocession of retirement and unemployment insurance. Medical coverage: 100% coverage of medical expenses + repatriation insurance. Leaves and RnR: · 25 days of paid leaves per year. · + 20 RnR per year. · + 215 € at each RnR period (averagely every 3 months) Training : · Free and unlimited access to the certifying e-learning platform Crossknowledge ©. · Technical trainings at HQ or regional level (averagely 1 per year). · Intermission Workshop once a year. · Participation to external trainings costs upon eligibility of the request. Special conditions and skills: This position requires frequent travel in difficult conditions. ACF is committed to an employment policy for disabled workers. Contrat à durée déterminée de 12 mois (télétravail ou siège) Conditions salariales: entre 38 et 43K € brut annuel (sur 13 mois) selon l’expérience. 21 jours de RTT et 20 jours de congés payés par an. Ticket restaurant d’un montant de 8€ (pris en charge à 60% par ACF converture médicale et pris en charge des frais de transport à hauteur de 50%. Conditions spécifiques : Ce poste nécessite des voyages fréquents avec de conditions difficiles ACF est engagé dans une politique d’emploi en faveur des travailleurs handicapés. How to apply: To apply, visit our website: https://recrutement.actioncontrelafaim.org/index.php/fr/offre/4643
Country Director, Afghanistan
Country: Afghanistan Organization: Mission East Closing date: 10 Mar 2020 Location: Afghanistan, Kabul (with frequent travel to field locations) Contract: 12 Month Fixed Term, with opportunity to renew. To start as soon as possible. Terms: Expatriate contract and terms; unaccompanied position. Mission East is an international relief and development organisation working in crisis-affected countries in the former Soviet Union, the Middle East and Asia. We deliver emergency relief during disasters as well as long-term development assistance. Mission East is based on Christian values and works to support vulnerable people and help local communities lift themselves out of poverty and marginalisation. We work directly with our beneficiaries or through local and international partners. We constantly strive to strengthen the relevance, effect and sustainability of our programmes. Mission East (ME) has been engaged in relief and recovery activities in Afghanistan since 2001, in the north-eastern provinces of Takhar and Badakhshan. The integrated, multi-sectoral programme is targeted towards implementing a variety of resilience-building measures including infrastructure rehabilitation, WASH, food security and livelihood security, and civil society capacity-building. More information on Mission East can be found at: http://www.missioneast.org The position of Country Director provides an opportunity to work with a dynamic and diverse team in a multi-sectoral (WASH, livelihoods, food security, emergency response etc.) multi-donor programme, addressing humanitarian, early recovery and developmental needs in rural Afghanistan. The successful candidate will be an experienced leader and qualified specialist capable of supporting a growing and evolving programme in a sensitive and challenging operational environment. Able to demonstrate sympathy with Mission East organisational values, the successful candidate will be available to start as soon as possible. How to apply: Application procedure · To apply for this position and to see a full job description and selection criteria please visit www.miseast.org/apply , where you will be able to complete an application form. Please ensure that all sections are fully answered as candidates will be initially screened using data submitted on the online form. · The closing date for this position is 10th March 2020 First interviews will be conducted by skype and will provisionally take place on 18th March 2020.
SVAC Prevention Consultant - KUWAZA Project
Country: United Republic of Tanzania Organization: Pathfinder International Closing date: 2 Mar 2020 )TORs for the SVAC Prevention Consultant 1. Introduction Since 2014, Pathfinder in collaboration with ActionAid Tanzania and C-Sema have been implementing the KUWAZA (Kuzuia Unyanyasaji wa Watoto Zanzibar) project which is aimed at supporting the Government of Zanzibar’s efforts in ending Violence Against Children, with greater focus on interventions for primary prevention. In addition, KUWAZA has been collaborating with the government and other stakeholders to strengthen response to violence against children through one-stop centers, police gender desks and other response bodies. The project is implemented in Unguja North Region and is funded by the OAK Foundation. Following implementation of the project for the last 6 years and following the outcomes achieved over the years, we are considering a next phase of the project, which will be exclusively focused on primary prevention of Sexual Violence Against Children (SVAC). In addition, new evidence has recently been documented on what works well in prevention of SVAC and the interventions that have proved to impactful in different parts of the world. Pathfinder International is looking for a competent consultant who is specialized in primary prevention of SVAC to work with the consortium members through the thinking and planning process to develop the SVAC prevention program that will work and bring impact in the Zanzibar context. The consultant will lead, guide and facilitate a consultative process involving the government, subject matter specialists, KUWAZA partners and key stakeholders in Tanzania / Zanzibar to brainstorm, discuss, to identify and prioritise potential evidence based interventions that can be considered for implementation in the Zanzibar context, identify considerations for adaptation of these interventions and develop project framework, stipulating the key interventions, indicators to track change, roles and responsibilities of consortium members including capacity building needs among the members. 2. Specific objectives Specifically, the consultant will be tasked to lead the following activities: Review the context of the project and synthesise the impact from the program in the current partnership within the existing political and program context to identify the impact of that may support implementation of the next phase of the project. Reflection on the end-line evaluation report of KUWAZA phase II project and collate lessons that must be taken on board to inform designing interventions of phase III of KUWAZA project, which will exclusively focus on primary prevention of S-VAC Support the consortium partners to develop a good understanding of what works to prevent sexual violence against children Facilitate a process where consortium members joint review VAC surveys and other studies to identify the types of sexual violence prevalent in Zanzibar, who the perpetrators are, where the abuse happens, etc. and jointly reflect on the implications to the design and implementation of the next phase of KUWAZA Facilitate a discussion among the partners to jointly identify priority evidence based interventions that could be put in place and what role each partner will have in the development and implementation of interventions Support the partners to identify the additional technical support they need to adopt and implement the identified interventions and also identify potential capacity building providers Support the partners in the development of a grant application to Oak Facilitate / lead discussions and brainstorming sessions as well as consultative meetings involving key external stakeholders, including the government and document strategies, learnings, successes and challenges that must be taken on board when designing the S-VAC prevention project for Zanzibar Using the information gathered from the consultative process and collated global evidence, facilitate and guide the development of a theory of change and Measurement Framework for primary prevention of SVAC for inclusion in phase III of the project. Develop a project framework, stipulating the key interventions and roles and responsibilities of consortium members along with additional technical support needs of consortium members to adopt and implement the identified interventions and also identify potential capacity building providers for phase III 3. Deliverables The key deliverables from this engagement are: A theory of change for the next phase of KUWAZA project Program design indicating partnership needs, roles and responsibilities of each partner, program set up and key staffing needs etc. A detailed project framework, stipulating key project interventions and key activities, partners, processes, and and technical capacity needs of consortium needs Short memo/ report with recommedatiosn to consortium members and funder on things to take into account going forward 4. Qualifications We are looking for a consultant firm or individual(s) who have excellent knowledge and understanding of current evidence of what works in prevention sexual violence. Specific experience of working on programs aimed at primary prevention of sexual violence against children is strongly desirable. The candidate must demonstrate ability, skills and experience of in using existing evidence base to inform the development of evidence informed intervention to prevent sexual violence against children The consultant firm or individuals must possess experience good track records of in designing and facilitating collaborative and consultative workshops involving multiple stakeholders The consultant firm or individuals must have demonstrated local and global experience of collating information and designing, implementing and reviewing projects aimed at primary prevention of SV-AC. Knowledge of the Zanzibar context with regards to the subject matter is strongly desirable. Ability to speak / communicate in Swahili desirable. Foreign individuals may partner with Tanzanian experts who will bring in the local knowledge and experience ** 5. Working modality and timeline Pathfinder will engage the consultant for the period starting from March to June 2020. The contractual time to be spent on the assignment will not exceed 40 days this period. The consultant will be expected to travel to Zanzibar on specific assignments, to engage with key stakeholders and staff. 6. Application modality and deadline Applicants must submit the CV for the lead consultant and CVs for other key staff who will be involved in undertaking this assignment. Applicants must submit a 1- 2page concept note on how they will approach this work and any relevant experience they have in this area in lieu of a cover letter. Examples deliverables from similar work will be of great advantage during the evaluation quotes. Applications and other information must be submitted directly to Procurement-TZ@pathfinder.org and copy jurio@pathfinder.org and imsagalla@pathfinder.org Applications must be received by Pathfinder no later than 23:30HRS on March 8, 2020. 7. Inquiries If you have any questions/inquiries, please email Procurement-TZ@pathfinder.org and copy imsagalla@pathfinder.org and Jurio@pathfinder.org no later than 23:30 HRS on March 2, 2020. ** 8. Terms and conditions Pathfinder reserves the right to cancel this solicitation at any point and is under no obligation to issue a subcontract as a result of this solicitation. Pathfinder will not reimburse any expenses related to the preparation of any proposal related materials or delivery. How to apply: Applications and other information must be submitted directly to Procurement-TZ@pathfinder.org and copy jurio@pathfinder.org and imsagalla@pathfinder.org
WASH / Shelter Specialist
Country: Iran (Islamic Republic of) Organization: Norwegian Refugee Council Closing date: 12 Mar 2020 NRC is seeking an experienced WASH/Shelter Specialist to provide overall leadership and strategic direction to this Core Competency within NRC’s Programme Unit in Iran. S/he will be responsible to lead the technical development of WASH/Shelter activities in the country, develop WASH/Shelter strategy, control, harmonize and ensure quality of Shelter and WASH projects. He/she will support the WASH/Shelter department. The W/S specialist is responsible for mentoring and building capacities of staff on Shelter and WASH. The W/S specialist reports to the Head of Programme. Duties and responsibilities Develop respective WASH and Shelter strategies, technical SOPs, implementation tools, and Macro LFAs in line with NRC Programme Policy, contextualised national, and international standards, and in coordination with other Core Competences Compliance with and adherence to NRC policies, guidance and procedures Contribute to fundraising, develop and revise funding proposal, budgets and donor reports Identify trends technical standards and donor priorities Follow up on compliance with contractual commitments within Shelter / WASH CC, ensure high technical quality and synergies in project implementation Provide WASH / Shelter technical direction and project implementation support Development of holistic and needs based programmes, including cash-based interventions and marked based programmes Promote integrated programming between all Core Competencies Ensure that key learnings are extracted from WASH/Shelter CC implementation, and incorporate them in WASH/Shelter CC and staff development processes Provide systematic training and build capacity of technical staff Represent NRC in relevant forums/clusters, including with national authorities and donors Promote the rights of IDPs/refugees in line with the advocacy strategy. Qualifications Minimum 5 years’ experience in working as a senior Program Manager and/or Advisor of humanitarian WASH and/or Shelter programme, preferably in refugees / IDPs environments Proven expertise in WASH / Shelter with particular focus of complex programme Experience of setting up and implementing monitoring, documentation and learning systems. University degree or higher education relevant to WASH / shelter. Strong communication, interpersonal, analytical and negotiation skills Proven skills and experience in report and proposal writing Knowledge of cash-based interventions and market based programmes Ability to prioritize needs and carry out multiple tasks simultaneously Experience from working in complex and volatile contexts Documented results related to the position’s responsibilities Prior experience and proven capability in training and capacity development Fluency in English, both written and verbal Knowledge of the Afghanistan displacement context is an asset Experience with scaling up of humanitarian programs in strictly controlled context is an asset Detailed oriented and strong organizational skills Previous experience in working with INGOs Experience of project management is an asset Personal qualities All NRC employees are expected to work in accordance with the organisation’s core values: dedication, innovation, inclusivity and accountability. These attitudes and believes shall guide our actions and relationships. A good sense of humor is an asset. We can offer Commencement: As soon as possible Duration: 12 months Salary/benefits: According to NRC’s general directions. Grade: 9 in the NRC grade structure Duty station: Tehran, Iran Travel: up to 40 % How to apply: Apply Here
Project Manager (Mobile Response Team) - Juba
Country: South Sudan Organization: Handicap International - Humanity & Inclusion Closing date: 8 Mar 2020 CONTEXT : Outraged by the injustice faced by people with disabilities and vulnerable populations, we aspire to a world of solidarity and inclusion, enriched by our differences, where everyone can live in dignity. Handicap International is changing its name and becomes « Humanity & Inclusion ». HI, Humanity & Inclusion is an independent and impartial aid and development organization with no religious or political affiliations operating in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. We work alongside people with disabilities and vulnerable people to help meet their essential needs, improve their living conditions and promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights. Since the organization was first founded in 1982, we have set up development programs in more than 55 countries and responded to many emergencies. Today we have a budget of around 150 million euros, with 3500 employees worldwide. For further information about the association: http://www.handicap-international.org or www.hi.org. HI has been operating in South Sudan since 2006, implementing humanitarian and development actions aimed at promoting the rights, safety and quality of life of vulnerable populations, particularly persons with disabilities, mental health problems and functional limitations across the country. HIs current portfolio adopts an integrated and multi-sectoral approach which includes interventions centred on MHPSS, Protection, Functional Rehabilitation and livelihoods with disability inclusion a cross-cutting theme across all programmes. In 2020, HI will continue to implement interventions in these areas, whilst transitioning to post-emergency and recovery programming. At present the total mission portfolio is approximatively 5 million euros. The main donors of the mission are DFID, ECHO, UNHCR, SSHF, Luxembourg Ministry of Foreign Affairs, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs/CDC. The mission currently employs 15 international and 106 national staff, working from the coordination office in Juba, field offices in Yei, Torit, Yambio and a mobile response team covering multiple locations across the country. HI is intending to expand to former Unity State to address the humanitarian needs of the population in the coming year. JOB DESCRIPTION : Under the direct supervision of the Operations Coordinator and in close coordination with Technical, Logistics, Finance and Human Resources departments, the Mobile Response Project Manager is responsible for the successful implementation of HIs mobile response project in South Sudan. She/he will implement HI mobile response to emergencies, displacement crises or other shocks across the country. This will include pre-planning, context, conflict and needs-based assessment and analysis, as well as oversee administrative duties such as budget management, HR, logistics and procurement tasks to ensure effective response times, and scale of assistance. The candidate will also be required to take on a strong coordination role within the Protection Cluster, Health Cluster and working groups to mobilise key partnerships that will support a feasible multi-agency and integrated response. Main responsibilities: Project implementation, planning and analysis Ensure project quality HR management and administration Coordination and Representation Logistics, Procurement, Safety and Security Strategy & business development HI South Sudan’s mobile response (Flying) team, provides timely, essential and high-quality mental health and psycho-social support, rehabilitation and protection services to vulnerable populations, specifically persons with disabilities. General objective: To address the needs, and reduce vulnerability of people at risk of exclusion by improving access to essential services in conflict-affected, remote, and emergency locations in South Sudan. The mobile response (flying team) project addresses the urgent need for mobile functional rehabilitation, protection and psychosocial support needs in conflict-affected states, particularly in areas with acute needs due to new shocks. The action targets the most vulnerable persons at risk of exclusion (including people with disabilities, people with injuries and chronic illnesses, people with psychosocial distress, children, female heads of households, older persons). By identifying specific vulnerabilities and providing targeted assistance to these vulnerable groups by deploying a team of specialists (physiotherapist, occupational therapist, psychologist and Inclusion officer) providing rehabilitation, and psychosocial support to the conflict-affected locations, the action will reduce vulnerability and will mitigate the impact of the conflict by facilitating access to essential services, improving functional capacities and independence, strengthening positive coping mechanisms and capacity building and training partners in different locations. The team is deployed to different locations around South Sudan for varying lengths of deployment to conduct direct service implementation coupled with awareness raising, capacity building and on the job support to other service providers. PROFILE SOUGHT : • University degree in relevant field such as development studies, human rights law, social sciences and / or applied research. (bachelors as a minimum) • At least 5 years’ experience in project cycle management, including budget management, administration and logistics • At least 2 years’ experience managing complex humanitarian and/or development interventions, with specific focus on rapid emergency response • Highly organised and driven individual with strong attention to detail and planning skills • Demonstrated experience and ability for undertaking rapid, accurate context and needs-based analysis, strong decision-making, and translation of programmatic learning and priorities into response • Demonstrated experience in context analysis, research, needs assessments and evidence-based monitoring and evaluation • Willingness and drive to live / work in remote, potentially insecure and conflict-affected locations • Demonstrated ability to work under pressure and in unstable environment • Demonstrated ability for anticipation, reactivity, autonomy and initiative • Experience of coordinating project activities and staff teams across multiple locations • Demonstrated successful leadership experience managing a multi-disciplinary team and cross-cultural dynamics • Experience with different donors programming and reporting: DFID, ECHO, CHF and UN • Proactive and flexible approach with strong organisational and planning skills. • Established capacity to deal with stressful situations, willingness to work in remote and isolated location • Ability to respond to multiple priorities in a timely manner, producing high-quality outcomes • Strong commitment to HIs vision, mission and core values • Excellent communication skills in English (verbal and written) including the ability to write reports, to document good practices and lessons learnt, and write concept notes and proposals • Experience and knowledge of following programme areas: Mental Health & Psycho-Social Support, Disability Inclusion, Protection, Rehabilitation and Emergency response is an asset • Knowledge on logistical issues specific to the humanitarian context and developing countries is an asset • Prior experience utilising participatory and inclusive research méthodologies is an asset • Proven skill-set in professional context and needs-based analysis is an asset • Arabic language is an asset CONDITIONS : • Starting date: 15 April 2020 • Length of the contract: 12 months • Salary starting from 2300 € (gross) / month, adjusted regarding the experience of the candidate • Perdiem: 529 € (net) • Hardship allowance: 500 € (net) • Insurances: medical health coverage, retirement planning, repatriation • Paid holiday: 25 days per year • R&R; : 5 days every 8 weeks • Status: unaccompanied position • Housing: collective housing fully covered by HI How to apply: http://www.jobs.net/j/JxAemjqx?idpartenaire=136&jobdetails;=true
Rwanda Country Director
Country: Rwanda Organization: Wildlife Conservation Society Closing date: 15 Mar 2020 Reports to: Regional Director – Eastern Africa, Madagascar and Western Indian Ocean Location: Kigali, Rwanda Country Program/Sector: Rwanda, Eastern Africa, Madagascar and Western Indian Ocean Region Start date: 15 May 2020 Position Type: Full-Time Application deadline: 15 March 2020 Internal liaison: WCS Eastern Africa, Madagascar and Western Indian Ocean Regional Director; Africa Program Executive Director; Eastern Africa, Madagascar and Western Indian Ocean Regional Business Manager; Africa Program Director of Program Operations. ** Expected travel: Approximately 30%. As required within the region, occasionally to the US if/when needed, and to donor/technical meetings as needed/possible. Organization Background: The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) is a US non-profit, tax-exempt, private organization established in 1895 that saves wildlife and wild places by understanding critical issues, crafting science-based solutions, and taking conservation actions that benefit nature and humanity. With more than a century of experience, long-term commitments in dozens of landscapes, presence in more than 60 nations, and experience helping to establish over 150 protected areas across the globe, WCS has amassed the biological knowledge, cultural understanding and partnerships to ensure that vibrant, wild places and wildlife thrive alongside local communities. Working with local communities and organizations, that knowledge is applied to address species, habitat and ecosystem management issues critical to improving the quality of life of poor rural people whose livelihoods depend on the direct utilization of natural resources. Rwanda Program Overview: The primary focus of the Country Program is to work in partnership with the Rwanda Government to protect globally significant biodiversity and the critical natural resource base within and outside of protected areas. This includes a diverse set of actions that aid the Rwanda government accomplish its goal of achieving green, sustainable development by 2050, as well as the development of a major new project helping advance climate resilience and connectivity among national parks along the Congo Nile Divide with financial support from the Green Climate Fund (GCF). The Country Director must be able to lead and manage a team of highly motivated staff, be the primary focal point for liaison with the Government of Rwanda and other partners, as well as sustain the fundraising needed to support the program. WCS Africa Program is now seeking a dynamic, experienced individual to lead this program. Core Responsibilities Lead the WCS Rwanda country program in consultation with the Eastern Africa, Madagascar and Western Indian Ocean Regional Director. Act as legal representative of WCS in Rwanda, working with the WCS Office of General Counsel. Act as political representative of WCS in Rwanda with all government partners including the Rwanda government (particularly the Rwanda Development Board and the Ministry of the Environment), and bilateral donors/agencies (e.g., GCF, USAID, UNDP, AFD). Represent the WCS Rwanda Program to donors, the press, the Government of Rwanda, and other internal and external stakeholders. Develop and manage the WCS Rwanda Country Program budget. Prepare and implement annual WCS Rwanda Country Program workplans and associated budgets, and approve related project workplans and budgets. Fundraise from public and private sources for the Rwanda Program in collaboration with other WCS fundraising teams (e.g., Africa Program, Program Development, Global Resources). Prepare annual country reports and oversee preparation of reports on projects and for donors, and evaluate on a regular basis progress against strategies and workplans. Collaborate with other WCS initiatives including but not limited to the WCS Species Program and Conservation Solutions team. Required Qualifications Extensive experience leading and managing teams required. Successful experience developing, managing, and overseeing the implementation of conservation programs, preferably in Africa. Experience in developing and implementing community development projects in Africa. Proven fundraising experience for conservation from public and private sources, preferably in Africa. Demonstrated capacity in financial planning and management. A track-record of success in conservation strategy, implementation, and fundraising. Graduate degree in conservation, ecology, or related discipline preferred. Commitment to WCS’s mission. English language proficiency required, French language preferred. How to apply: Interested candidates, who meet the above qualifications should apply by emailing an application letter and CV together with salary requirements and the names and contact information of three references to: AfricaApplications@wcs.org by March 15, 2020. Please include “Rwanda Country Director” in the subject line of your email. In addition, please note that all candidates must also apply online via the WCS career portal at: http://www.wcs.org/about-us/careers WCS is an equal opportunity employer and the organization complies with all employment and labor laws and regulations that prohibit discrimination in hiring and ensures that candidates from all backgrounds are fairly and consistently considered during the recruitment process. We are dedicated to hiring and supporting a diverse workforce. We are committed to cultivating an inclusive work environment and look for future team members who share that same value WCS provides equal employment opportunities for all qualified candidates. WCS does not discriminate for employment based on age, color, disability, gender identify, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by laws and regulations *Please note that only short listed candidates will be contacted for interview.
Spanish-speaking Microfinance Specialists
Country: Colombia Organization: Partners of the Americas Closing date: 30 Nov 2020 The USAID-funded Farmer-to-Farmer (F2F) program at Partners of the Americas is a program that promotes economic development and food security by sending volunteer technical specialists to developing countries to provide technical assistance to producers, cooperatives, agribusinesses, NGOs, and educational institutions. Our program covers all volunteer costs including airfare, lodging, meals, insurance, and any other assignment-related expenses. The objective of the F2F Rural Enterprise Development (RED) strategy in Colombia is to support the development, application, and expansion of financial, commercial and technical agricultural services for smallholder farmers; especially women and youth, with the intention of generating sustainable, broad-based economic growth and job creation. The program objectives are: to expand agricultural sector access to financial services; to increase agricultural sector productivity and profitability, thereby raising incomes and creating jobs. WE ARE LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS WITH EXPERIENCE IN MICRO-FINANCE, STRATEGIC PLANNING, ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, FINTECH, AND RISK ASSESSMENT, THAT WANT TO COME TO COLOMBIA FOR TWO OR THREE WEEKS! Requirements to Volunteer: Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent legal resident A minimum of 15 days in the country Submit a trip report, recommendations form, questionnaire, and timesheet How to apply: Please send your resume/CV to farmertofarmer@partners.net with "F2F Colombia" in the subject line.
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