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UN DSS: 1 - , in . Closing date: 1970-01-01
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UN DPKO: 1 - 4, in . Closing date: 1970-01-01
UNOPS: in 3. Closing date: 1970-01-01
* Assistant aux Voyage -FTA- GS5
UNDP: * Assistant aux Voyage -FTA- GS5 in Bamako, Mali. Closing date: 1970-01-01
** Procurement Clerk (2 openings)
UNDP: ** Procurement Clerk (2 openings) in Mexico, Mexico. Closing date: 2022-01-06
** Coordinador(a) del área de formación Agropecuaria
UNDP: ** Coordinador(a) del área de formación Agropecuaria in Panama City, Panama. Closing date: 2022-01-11
** Capacity Development Support Specialist (NPSA10)
UNDP: ** Capacity Development Support Specialist (NPSA10) in Funafuti, Tuvalu. Closing date: 2022-01-28
Team Leader - Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD)
WHO: Team Leader - Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) in Congo-Brazzaville. Closing date: 2022-02-02
** Technical Specialist (Commercial & ADR) (NPSA9)
UNDP: ** Technical Specialist (Commercial & ADR) (NPSA9) in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Closing date: 2022-02-22
** Associado Técnico em Projetos - NPSA 6
UNDP: ** Associado Técnico em Projetos - NPSA 6 in Brasilia, Brazil. Closing date: 2022-02-25
** Roster - Communications Officer NPSA 9
UNDP: ** Roster - Communications Officer NPSA 9 in Kuwait. Closing date: 2022-03-03
Scientist
WHO: Scientist in France-Lyons. Closing date: 2022-03-04
** Project Associate (NPSA7)
UNDP: ** Project Associate (NPSA7) in Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia. Closing date: 2022-03-09
Project Manager Project Management | Programme Management
UNOPS: Project Manager Project Management | Programme Management in Bangui ( Non Familly Duty station ), Central African Republic. Closing date: 2022-03-15
** Programme Specialist - Environment and Energy
UNDP: ** Programme Specialist - Environment and Energy in Tripoli (LBY), Libya. Closing date: 2022-03-15
Regional Programme Specialist ? Women?s Economic Empowerment
UNDP: Regional Programme Specialist ? Women?s Economic Empowerment in Cairo, EGYPT. Closing date: 2022-03-17
Enterprise Portal Administration and Development Specialist
WHO: Enterprise Portal Administration and Development Specialist in United States-Washington, D.C.. Closing date: 2022-03-18
Chauffeur (RETAINER) Administration
UNOPS: Chauffeur (RETAINER) Administration in Antananarivo, Madagascar. Closing date: 2022-03-24
** Roster Project Manager Public Administration and Economics NPSA 10
UNDP: ** Roster Project Manager Public Administration and Economics NPSA 10 in Kuwait, Kuwait. Closing date: 2022-03-27
** Roster ? Project Manager - Gender Studies
UNDP: ** Roster ? Project Manager - Gender Studies in Kuwait. Closing date: 2022-03-29
UN Women - Gender Parity Intern
UNDP: UN Women - Gender Parity Intern in New York, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Closing date: 2022-03-31
** Administrative and Finance Assistant OCHA G5
UNDP: ** Administrative and Finance Assistant OCHA G5 in Bogota, Colombia. Closing date: 2022-03-31
** Site Engineer - NPSA 7
UNDP: ** Site Engineer - NPSA 7 in Beirut, Lebanon. Closing date: 2022-04-03
Project Manager Project Management
UNOPS: Project Manager Project Management in Sanaa, Yemen. Closing date: 2022-04-12
** Técnico/a en Género (NPSA 7)
UNDP: ** Técnico/a en Género (NPSA 7) in Panama City, Panama. Closing date: 2022-04-12
** Programme Analyst
UNDP: ** Programme Analyst in Lilongwe, Malawi. Closing date: 2022-04-18
Procurement Senior Associate (Roster) Procurement
UNOPS: Procurement Senior Associate (Roster) Procurement in Kabul, Afghanistan. Closing date: 2022-04-19
Procurement Officer (Roster) Procurement
UNOPS: Procurement Officer (Roster) Procurement in Kabul , Afghanistan. Closing date: 2022-04-19
** Coordinador de seguimiento a comités y consejos - NPSA11
UNDP: ** Coordinador de seguimiento a comités y consejos - NPSA11 in Mexico, Mexico. Closing date: 2022-04-19
** Asociado(a) de Apoyo Profesional para la División de Educación Superior Técnico Profesional (DESTP) - NPSA 6
UNDP: ** Asociado(a) de Apoyo Profesional para la División de Educación Superior Técnico Profesional (DESTP) - NPSA 6 in Santiago, Chile. Closing date: 2022-04-20
Regional Programme Development, Women?s Political Participation and Leadership ? National or International Consultant
UNDP: Regional Programme Development, Women?s Political Participation and Leadership ? National or International Consultant in Cairo, EGYPT. Closing date: 2022-04-20
EPR Hub Coordinator - Multiple Duty stations: Nairobi, Kenya - Dakar, Senegal and Cape Town, South Africa
WHO: EPR Hub Coordinator - Multiple Duty stations: Nairobi, Kenya - Dakar, Senegal and Cape Town, South Africa in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2022-04-22
** Engineering Analyst
UNDP: ** Engineering Analyst in Tripoli (LBY), Libya. Closing date: 2022-04-23
Chargé.e dappui à la gestion de projet ? Analyste Principale (Roster) Project Management
UNOPS: Chargé.e dappui à la gestion de projet ? Analyste Principale (Roster) Project Management in Multiples (CAR est un lieu daffectation de travail sans famille), Central African Republic. Closing date: 2022-04-24
Ingénieur·re principal·e sénior·e en génie agricole (conception et suivi des travaux irrigation) Engineering | Water Management | Environment
UNOPS: Ingénieur·re principal·e sénior·e en génie agricole (conception et suivi des travaux irrigation) Engineering | Water Management | Environment in Niamey, Niger. Closing date: 2022-04-24
** Operations Support Analyst (NPSA8)
UNDP: ** Operations Support Analyst (NPSA8) in Peshawar, Pakistan. Closing date: 2022-04-25
** Procurement Coordinator (NPSA-7)
UNDP: ** Procurement Coordinator (NPSA-7) in Chisinau, Moldova. Closing date: 2022-04-25
** Communications Analyst ( NPSA-8)
UNDP: ** Communications Analyst ( NPSA-8) in Chisinau, Moldova. Closing date: 2022-04-25
Director - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management
UNECA: Director - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management in ADDIS ABABA. Closing date: 2022-04-27
Engenheiro eletrotécnico(este aviso de vaga é reservado apenas para cidadãos angolanos) Engineering
UNOPS: Engenheiro eletrotécnico(este aviso de vaga é reservado apenas para cidadãos angolanos) Engineering in Luanda, Angola. Closing date: 2022-04-27
Engenheiro Hidrólogo(este aviso de vaga é reservado apenas para cidadãos angolanos) Engineering
UNOPS: Engenheiro Hidrólogo(este aviso de vaga é reservado apenas para cidadãos angolanos) Engineering in Luanda , Angola. Closing date: 2022-04-27
National Consultant for capacity development activities targeting experts working at legal support and victims services directorates under Strengthening Women?s Access to Justice Project
UNDP: National Consultant for capacity development activities targeting experts working at legal support and victims services directorates under Strengthening Women?s Access to Justice Project in Ankara, TURKEY. Closing date: 2022-04-27
** Senior Investigation and Adjudication Specialist - IPSA 11 (Home based)
UNDP: ** Senior Investigation and Adjudication Specialist - IPSA 11 (Home based) in Baghdad, Iraq. Closing date: 2022-04-27
** Desenvolvedor Full Stack (Nível Pleno) (6 vagas) - NPSA 8- Home based
UNDP: ** Desenvolvedor Full Stack (Nível Pleno) (6 vagas) - NPSA 8- Home based in Brasilia, Brazil. Closing date: 2022-04-27
** Project Manager (NPSA-8)
UNDP: ** Project Manager (NPSA-8) in Skopje, North Macedonia. Closing date: 2022-04-27
PROJECT MANAGER (Project Post) - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management
UNEP: PROJECT MANAGER (Project Post) - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management in RIYADH. Closing date: 2022-04-28
SENIOR ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)
UNCTAD: SENIOR ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development) in GENEVA. Closing date: 2022-04-29
ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)
UN ESCWA: ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development) in BEIRUT. Closing date: 2022-04-29
** Economics Specialist
UNDP: ** Economics Specialist in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Closing date: 2022-04-29
** Country Economist
UNDP: ** Country Economist in Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia. Closing date: 2022-04-29
International Consultant to Elaborate Roadmap for the Implementation of SRH Telemedicine Services in Georgia
UNDP: International Consultant to Elaborate Roadmap for the Implementation of SRH Telemedicine Services in Georgia in With mission to Tbilisi, Georgia. Closing date: 2022-04-29
** Programme Management and Monitoring and Evaluation Analyst
UNDP: ** Programme Management and Monitoring and Evaluation Analyst in Bangkok, Thailand. Closing date: 2022-04-29
ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)
UN ESCAP: ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development) in BANGKOK. Closing date: 2022-04-30
Procurement Specialist (Contract Management) Procurement
UNOPS: Procurement Specialist (Contract Management) Procurement in Kabul, Afghanistan. Closing date: 2022-04-30
SDG Impact Intern
UNDP: SDG Impact Intern in Home-based. Closing date: 2022-05-01
** Head of Exploration
UNDP: ** Head of Exploration in Viet Nam. Closing date: 2022-05-03
ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)
UN ESCWA: ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development) in BEIRUT. Closing date: 2022-05-03
Database Specialist, Systems Management and Integration Section, IT Technical Division, Information and Communication Technology Department, Administration, Finance and Management Sector
WIPO: Database Specialist, Systems Management and Integration Section, IT Technical Division, Information and Communication Technology Department, Administration, Finance and Management Sector in Switzerland-CH-Geneva. Closing date: 2022-05-04
Identity and Access Management Specialist, Systems Management and Integration Section, IT Technical Division, Information and Communication Technology Department, Administration, Finance and Managemen
WIPO: Identity and Access Management Specialist, Systems Management and Integration Section, IT Technical Division, Information and Communication Technology Department, Administration, Finance and Managemen in Switzerland-CH-Geneva. Closing date: 2022-05-04
Medical Officer / Focal Point Immunization, IST-ESA
WHO: Medical Officer / Focal Point Immunization, IST-ESA in Zimbabwe-Harare. Closing date: 2022-05-04
Medical Officer / Focal Point Immunization, IST-Central Africa
WHO: Medical Officer / Focal Point Immunization, IST-Central Africa in Gabon-Libreville. Closing date: 2022-05-04
International Expert for Leading the Development of Draft Circular Economy Strategy with Action Plan for 2023-2024
UNDP: International Expert for Leading the Development of Draft Circular Economy Strategy with Action Plan for 2023-2024 in Homebased and Podogirca, Montenegro, MONTENEGRO. Closing date: 2022-05-04
Project Specialist on gender-responsive humanitarian assistance in Ukraine
UNDP: Project Specialist on gender-responsive humanitarian assistance in Ukraine in Uzhgorod, UKRAINE. Closing date: 2022-05-04
ICT Specialist - Business Analytics IT
UNOPS: ICT Specialist - Business Analytics IT in Mogadishu, Somalia. Closing date: 2022-05-04
* Internship ? Management Support Unit HR & Business Systems
UNDP: * Internship ? Management Support Unit HR & Business Systems in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Closing date: 2022-05-04
** Especialista en coordinación en logística y eventos - NPSA10
UNDP: ** Especialista en coordinación en logística y eventos - NPSA10 in Mexico, Mexico. Closing date: 2022-05-04
International Consultant on Climate Risk Assessment
UNDP: International Consultant on Climate Risk Assessment in CHISINAU, MOLDOVA. Closing date: 2022-05-05
** Especialista en Gestión de la Innovación Digital - NPSA 9
UNDP: ** Especialista en Gestión de la Innovación Digital - NPSA 9 in Panama City, Panama. Closing date: 2022-05-05
** Procurement Assistant (NPSA5)
UNDP: ** Procurement Assistant (NPSA5) in Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia. Closing date: 2022-05-05
International Consultant to Support the Secretariat for European Affairs and the Sector Working Group ?Transport? on Gender Mainstreaming
UNDP: International Consultant to Support the Secretariat for European Affairs and the Sector Working Group ?Transport? on Gender Mainstreaming in Homebased, with possible missions to North Macedonia (subject to COVID-19 protocols and regulations). Closing date: 2022-05-05
** Auxiliar Técnico en Restauracion - NPSA4
UNDP: ** Auxiliar Técnico en Restauracion - NPSA4 in San Marcos (COL), Colombia. Closing date: 2022-05-05
Chief Digital Officer - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management
UNEP: Chief Digital Officer - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management in NAIROBI. Closing date: 2022-05-06
** Project Manager (NPSA-10)
UNDP: ** Project Manager (NPSA-10) in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Closing date: 2022-05-06
** Project Manager (NPSA-8)
UNDP: ** Project Manager (NPSA-8) in Khujand, Tajikistan. Closing date: 2022-05-06
** Driver/Administrative Clerk (NPSA-3)
UNDP: ** Driver/Administrative Clerk (NPSA-3) in Chisinau, Moldova. Closing date: 2022-05-06
HR Assistant
WHO: HR Assistant in Ukraine-Kyiv. Closing date: 2022-05-06
Regional Supply Chain lead
WHO: Regional Supply Chain lead in Kenya-Nairobi. Closing date: 2022-05-08
** Admin Analyst, NPSA 8 "Tunisian Nationals"
UNDP: ** Admin Analyst, NPSA 8 "Tunisian Nationals" in Tunisia. Closing date: 2022-05-08
** Business Solution Analyst, NPSA 8 "Tunisian Nationals"
UNDP: ** Business Solution Analyst, NPSA 8 "Tunisian Nationals" in Tunisia. Closing date: 2022-05-08
Monitoring and Evaluation Senior Manager Health | Programme Management
UNOPS: Monitoring and Evaluation Senior Manager Health | Programme Management in Yangon, Myanmar. Closing date: 2022-05-09
Compliance Officer - IPSA 11 - (Part Time - 2 Individuals at 50% time each)
UNDP: Compliance Officer - IPSA 11 - (Part Time - 2 Individuals at 50% time each) in Home-based. Closing date: 2022-05-09
National Consultant / Economist
UNDP: National Consultant / Economist in Vientiane, LAO PDR. Closing date: 2022-05-09
** Country Coordinator - Analyst (IPSA9) (Dili, Timor-Leste; Apia, Samoa; Port-Vila, Vanuatu - 3 positions)
UNDP: ** Country Coordinator - Analyst (IPSA9) (Dili, Timor-Leste; Apia, Samoa; Port-Vila, Vanuatu - 3 positions) in Apia, Samoa. Closing date: 2022-05-10
International / National Technical Consultant to support the Responsible Business Project on Business and Human Rights-related issues (A-220403)
UNDP: International / National Technical Consultant to support the Responsible Business Project on Business and Human Rights-related issues (A-220403) in Homebased, Ideally in VN, VIET NAM. Closing date: 2022-05-10
ICT Specialist [Expert on Business Intelligence, Data Analytics, and Machine Learning] IT
UNOPS: ICT Specialist [Expert on Business Intelligence, Data Analytics, and Machine Learning] IT in New York, United States of America. Closing date: 2022-05-10
Programme Officer, Women, Peace and Security & Disaster Risk Reduction (WPS & DRR)
UNDP: Programme Officer, Women, Peace and Security & Disaster Risk Reduction (WPS & DRR) in Dili, Timor Leste. Closing date: 2022-05-11
UN-Habitat Cleaner
UNDP: UN-Habitat Cleaner in Ramallah, PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES. Closing date: 2022-05-11
** HR Associate G6
UNDP: ** HR Associate G6 in Lima, Peru. Closing date: 2022-05-11
Contribuir al fortalecimiento del Comisionado Nacional de Derechos Humanos (CONADEH) en su línea de atención y seguimiento de quejas desde un enfoque de género e interseccional, priorizando la atenci
UNDP: Contribuir al fortalecimiento del Comisionado Nacional de Derechos Humanos (CONADEH) en su línea de atención y seguimiento de quejas desde un enfoque de género e interseccional, priorizando la atenci in La Ceiba, Atlántida, HONDURAS. Closing date: 2022-05-11
Contribuir al fortalecimiento del Comisionado Nacional de Derechos Humanos (CONADEH) en su línea de atención y seguimiento de quejas desde un enfoque de género e interseccional, priorizando la atenció
UNDP: Contribuir al fortalecimiento del Comisionado Nacional de Derechos Humanos (CONADEH) en su línea de atención y seguimiento de quejas desde un enfoque de género e interseccional, priorizando la atenció in Tocoa, Colón, HONDURAS. Closing date: 2022-05-11
Contribuir al fortalecimiento del Comisionado Nacional de Derechos Humanos (CONADEH) en su línea de atención y seguimiento de quejas desde un enfoque de género e interseccional, priorizando la atenció
UNDP: Contribuir al fortalecimiento del Comisionado Nacional de Derechos Humanos (CONADEH) en su línea de atención y seguimiento de quejas desde un enfoque de género e interseccional, priorizando la atenció in Intibucá, Intibucá, HONDURAS. Closing date: 2022-05-11
106411 - Contribuir al fortalecimiento del Comisionado Nacional de Derechos Humanos (CONADEH) en su línea de atención y seguimiento de quejas desde un enfoque de género e interseccional, priorizando l
UNDP: 106411 - Contribuir al fortalecimiento del Comisionado Nacional de Derechos Humanos (CONADEH) en su línea de atención y seguimiento de quejas desde un enfoque de género e interseccional, priorizando l in Santa Bárbara, Santa Bárbara, HONDURAS. Closing date: 2022-05-11
** JPO - Climate Change Analyst, Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation and Risk Management
UNDP: ** JPO - Climate Change Analyst, Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation and Risk Management in Bangkok, Thailand. Closing date: 2022-05-11
Content Management Assistant (Retainer) IT
UNOPS: Content Management Assistant (Retainer) IT in Home based. Closing date: 2022-05-12
** Asociado/a Técnico/a en Hidrología e Hidráulica NPSA - 6 (San Marcos, Sucre)
UNDP: ** Asociado/a Técnico/a en Hidrología e Hidráulica NPSA - 6 (San Marcos, Sucre) in San Marcos (COL), Colombia. Closing date: 2022-05-12
Investigations Quality Assurance Analyst - IPSA 9 - Office-based
UNDP: Investigations Quality Assurance Analyst - IPSA 9 - Office-based in New York, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Closing date: 2022-05-12
Individual Consultant ? Health Social Listening Analyst (Thai National Only)
UNDP: Individual Consultant ? Health Social Listening Analyst (Thai National Only) in Home-based with No travel required, THAILAND. Closing date: 2022-05-12
Apoyo administrativo(a) Proyecto N°87332/113961: ?Fortalecimiento de la calidad de la educación en el sistema educativo chileno? modalidad Short Term PSA
UNDP: Apoyo administrativo(a) Proyecto N°87332/113961: ?Fortalecimiento de la calidad de la educación en el sistema educativo chileno? modalidad Short Term PSA in Santiago, CHILE. Closing date: 2022-05-12
International Consultant to provide Technical Support to Parliamentary Women Caucuses and Establishment of African Women leaders network chapter in Somalia
UNDP: International Consultant to provide Technical Support to Parliamentary Women Caucuses and Establishment of African Women leaders network chapter in Somalia in Homebased with expected travel, SOMALIA. Closing date: 2022-05-12
National Consultant to provide Technical Support to Parliamentary Women Caucuses, Establishment of African Women leaders network chapter in Somalia and the Establishment of Women CSO reference group i
UNDP: National Consultant to provide Technical Support to Parliamentary Women Caucuses, Establishment of African Women leaders network chapter in Somalia and the Establishment of Women CSO reference group i in Mogadishu, SOMALIA. Closing date: 2022-05-12
** Consultant on Partnership Building and Resource Mobilization (IPSA 11)
UNDP: ** Consultant on Partnership Building and Resource Mobilization (IPSA 11) in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Closing date: 2022-05-13
** Project Manager on Inclusive Insurance and Risk Financing (NPSA-9)
UNDP: ** Project Manager on Inclusive Insurance and Risk Financing (NPSA-9) in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Closing date: 2022-05-13
CHIEF OF SERVICE, SECURITY SECTOR REFORM (Chief, Ceasefire Monitoring Component) [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Security Institutions
UNSMIL: CHIEF OF SERVICE, SECURITY SECTOR REFORM (Chief, Ceasefire Monitoring Component) [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Security Institutions in SIRTE. Closing date: 2022-05-13
Operations Analyst Project Management | Programme Management
UNOPS: Operations Analyst Project Management | Programme Management in Mogadishu, Somalia. Closing date: 2022-05-14
Logistics Associate Administration | Procurement
UNOPS: Logistics Associate Administration | Procurement in Mogadishu, Somalia. Closing date: 2022-05-14
Deputy Executive Director - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management
UN Gl. Compact: Deputy Executive Director - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management in NEW YORK. Closing date: 2022-05-15
INTERPRETER, ARABIC - Public Information and Conference Management, Language
UNOG: INTERPRETER, ARABIC - Public Information and Conference Management, Language in GENEVA. Closing date: 2022-05-15
INTERPRETER, CHINESE - Public Information and Conference Management, Language
UNON: INTERPRETER, CHINESE - Public Information and Conference Management, Language in NAIROBI. Closing date: 2022-05-15
INTERPRETER, FRENCH - Public Information and Conference Management, Language
UNON: INTERPRETER, FRENCH - Public Information and Conference Management, Language in NAIROBI. Closing date: 2022-05-15
TRANSLATOR, ARABIC - Public Information and Conference Management, Language
UNON: TRANSLATOR, ARABIC - Public Information and Conference Management, Language in NAIROBI. Closing date: 2022-05-15
TRANSLATOR, SPANISH - Public Information and Conference Management, Language
UNON: TRANSLATOR, SPANISH - Public Information and Conference Management, Language in NAIROBI. Closing date: 2022-05-15
* Programme Specialist_Pauvrete
UNDP: * Programme Specialist_Pauvrete in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Closing date: 2022-05-15
Gender Research and Data Specialist
UNDP: Gender Research and Data Specialist in Seoul, KOREA (REPUBLIC OF). Closing date: 2022-05-15
Intern ? Tax for Sustainable Development Goals Initative Sustainable Finance Hub, UNDP HQ
UNDP: Intern ? Tax for Sustainable Development Goals Initative Sustainable Finance Hub, UNDP HQ in Home-based for New York, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Closing date: 2022-05-15
** Analista Proyecto PPS (Responsable de Mecanismos Financieros e Incentivos de Mercado) - NPSA 9
UNDP: ** Analista Proyecto PPS (Responsable de Mecanismos Financieros e Incentivos de Mercado) - NPSA 9 in Lima, Peru. Closing date: 2022-05-15
Planning and Coordination Analyst
UNDP: Planning and Coordination Analyst in Ankara, TURKEY. Closing date: 2022-05-15
Programme Assistant
UNDP: Programme Assistant in Yangon, Myanmar, MYANMAR. Closing date: 2022-05-15
BBRSO180604:National Project Assistant -EnGenDER
UNDP: BBRSO180604:National Project Assistant -EnGenDER in Commonwealth of Dominica, BARBADOS. Closing date: 2022-05-15
* Human Resources Associate (Multiple positions at NPSA7 level)
UNDP: * Human Resources Associate (Multiple positions at NPSA7 level) in Copenhagen, Denmark. Closing date: 2022-05-15
Administrative & Reporting Intern
UNDP: Administrative & Reporting Intern in Remotly, CHAD. Closing date: 2022-05-15
Communication Intern
UNDP: Communication Intern in Remotely, CHAD. Closing date: 2022-05-15
Conflict Tracking and Analysis Intern
UNDP: Conflict Tracking and Analysis Intern in Remotely, CHAD. Closing date: 2022-05-15
National Consultant to Develop New Phase of Project ?Enhancing People? Participation Through Community Radio (EPPCR) in Lao PDR (EPPCR)?
UNDP: National Consultant to Develop New Phase of Project ?Enhancing People? Participation Through Community Radio (EPPCR) in Lao PDR (EPPCR)? in Vientiane, LAO PDR. Closing date: 2022-05-15
International Consultant Legal Analysis for Investments and PPPs Lao PDR
UNDP: International Consultant Legal Analysis for Investments and PPPs Lao PDR in Vientiane, LAO PDR. Closing date: 2022-05-15
Expert(e) Genre et Sécurité
UNDP: Expert(e) Genre et Sécurité in BANGUI, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC. Closing date: 2022-05-15
** Human Resources Analyst, Business Solutions
UNDP: ** Human Resources Analyst, Business Solutions in New York, United States. Closing date: 2022-05-15
International Consultant _ COVID-19 Recovery Framework Lao PDR (UNRCO)
UNDP: International Consultant _ COVID-19 Recovery Framework Lao PDR (UNRCO) in Vientiane, or home-based, LAO PDR. Closing date: 2022-05-15
National Consultant _ COVID-19 Recovery Framework Lao PDR (Lao nationality only)
UNDP: National Consultant _ COVID-19 Recovery Framework Lao PDR (Lao nationality only) in Vientiane, LAO PDR. Closing date: 2022-05-15
* Recruitment Assistant (NPSA5 level)
UNDP: * Recruitment Assistant (NPSA5 level) in Bangkok, Thailand. Closing date: 2022-05-15
* Human Resources Associate (Multiple positions at NPSA6 level)
UNDP: * Human Resources Associate (Multiple positions at NPSA6 level) in Copenhagen, Denmark. Closing date: 2022-05-15
Communications Support UN SDG Action Campaign
UNDP: Communications Support UN SDG Action Campaign in Bonn, GERMANY. Closing date: 2022-05-15
VSS Policy Pillar Intern (Remote)
UNDP: VSS Policy Pillar Intern (Remote) in Bonn, GERMANY. Closing date: 2022-05-15
Intern for Economic Development and Prosperity unit (international)
UNDP: Intern for Economic Development and Prosperity unit (international) in Dili, Timor Leste. Closing date: 2022-05-15
JUDICIAL AFFAIRS OFFICER [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Rule of Law
MINUSCA: JUDICIAL AFFAIRS OFFICER [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Rule of Law in BANGUI. Closing date: 2022-05-15
International Consultant SME advisory and event management
UNDP: International Consultant SME advisory and event management in Dubai with travel to Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia.. Closing date: 2022-05-15
INFORMATION ANALYST, POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Political Affairs
MINUSMA: INFORMATION ANALYST, POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Political Affairs in Menaka. Closing date: 2022-05-15
LEGAL OFFICER [Temporary] - Legal, Legal Affairs
MINUSCA: LEGAL OFFICER [Temporary] - Legal, Legal Affairs in BANGUI. Closing date: 2022-05-15
Translator
WHO: Translator in Congo-Brazzaville. Closing date: 2022-05-16
External Relations Officer
WHO: External Relations Officer in Switzerland-Geneva. Closing date: 2022-05-16
Health Logistics Officer - Multiple duty stations
WHO: Health Logistics Officer - Multiple duty stations in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2022-05-16
Technical Officer (PRSEAH)
WHO: Technical Officer (PRSEAH) in Switzerland-Geneva. Closing date: 2022-05-16
Human Resources Associate
UNDP: Human Resources Associate in Ankara, TURKEY. Closing date: 2022-05-16
Communications Analyst
UNDP: Communications Analyst in Ankara, TURKEY. Closing date: 2022-05-16
National Consultant to Monitor and Document the Piloting Phase of the Violence Against Women Court in Nablus
UNDP: National Consultant to Monitor and Document the Piloting Phase of the Violence Against Women Court in Nablus in Home Based, Palestinian Territory, West Bank, PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES. Closing date: 2022-05-16
National Professional Officer/ VACCINATION
WHO: National Professional Officer/ VACCINATION in Angola-Luanda. Closing date: 2022-05-16
consultant- Long Term Agreement (LTA ) for Accessibility Testers, UNDP
UNDP: consultant- Long Term Agreement (LTA ) for Accessibility Testers, UNDP in Home based. Closing date: 2022-05-16
National Consultant ? Identification of 10 Local Authorities with the potential to implement Waste to Energy Systems ? Reference No. IC/BIOMASS/2022/23 - for Sri Lankans only
UNDP: National Consultant ? Identification of 10 Local Authorities with the potential to implement Waste to Energy Systems ? Reference No. IC/BIOMASS/2022/23 - for Sri Lankans only in Home based / Colombo, SRI LANKA. Closing date: 2022-05-16
IC-046- 22 - International Individual Consultant - International NAMA Strategic Planning Expert -
UNDP: IC-046- 22 - International Individual Consultant - International NAMA Strategic Planning Expert - in Home based and Baghdad, IRAQ. Closing date: 2022-05-16
IC-047-22- National Individual Consultant- National NAMA Strategic Planning Specialist
UNDP: IC-047-22- National Individual Consultant- National NAMA Strategic Planning Specialist in Baghdad, IRAQ. Closing date: 2022-05-16
International Consultant (s) for Partnership Development for Circular Economy and Plastic Management in Cambodia
UNDP: International Consultant (s) for Partnership Development for Circular Economy and Plastic Management in Cambodia in Homebased and Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA. Closing date: 2022-05-16
** Portfolio & Investment Lead-NPSA9
UNDP: ** Portfolio & Investment Lead-NPSA9 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, United Republic of. Closing date: 2022-05-16
Consultant ? Infection prevention and Control (IPC)
WHO: Consultant ? Infection prevention and Control (IPC) in Anywhere. Closing date: 2022-05-16
Consultant International-Développement et déploiement d?une stratégie de plaidoyer sur les réformes législatives et politiques en matière de violence familiale faite aux femmes et aux filles (VFFF) en
UNDP: Consultant International-Développement et déploiement d?une stratégie de plaidoyer sur les réformes législatives et politiques en matière de violence familiale faite aux femmes et aux filles (VFFF) en in Port-au-Prince, HAITI. Closing date: 2022-05-16
Executive Assistant to Administrative Officer
WHO: Executive Assistant to Administrative Officer in Central African Republic-Bangui. Closing date: 2022-05-16
FIELD SECURITY COORDINATION OFFICER [Temporary] - Internal Security and Safety, Security
UN DSS: FIELD SECURITY COORDINATION OFFICER [Temporary] - Internal Security and Safety, Security in OTHER. Closing date: 2022-05-16
FIELD SECURITY COORDINATION OFFICER [Temporary] - Internal Security and Safety, Security
UN DSS: FIELD SECURITY COORDINATION OFFICER [Temporary] - Internal Security and Safety, Security in OTHER. Closing date: 2022-05-16
SDG Impact Intern
UNDP: SDG Impact Intern in Home-based. Closing date: 2022-05-16
National Consultant to support women, peace and security programme
UNDP: National Consultant to support women, peace and security programme in Dili, Timor Leste. Closing date: 2022-05-16
SDG Impact Intern (IMM)
UNDP: SDG Impact Intern (IMM) in Home-based. Closing date: 2022-05-16
Chemicals, Waste & Circular Economy Programme Support Officer
UNDP: Chemicals, Waste & Circular Economy Programme Support Officer in Hanoi, VIET NAM. Closing date: 2022-05-16
** Asociado/a Técnico/a en Gobernabilidad NPSA - 7
UNDP: ** Asociado/a Técnico/a en Gobernabilidad NPSA - 7 in Bogota, Colombia. Closing date: 2022-05-16
** Analista Especializado en Ganadería - NPSA 8
UNDP: ** Analista Especializado en Ganadería - NPSA 8 in Lima, Peru. Closing date: 2022-05-16
** District Program Manager Fisheries - 13 locations (NIM/NPSA7) (Re-advertisement)
UNDP: ** District Program Manager Fisheries - 13 locations (NIM/NPSA7) (Re-advertisement) in India. Closing date: 2022-05-16
** Analista de Proyecto (Sistema de Trazabilidad Agropecuaria) ? NPSA 8
UNDP: ** Analista de Proyecto (Sistema de Trazabilidad Agropecuaria) ? NPSA 8 in Quito, Ecuador. Closing date: 2022-05-16
** Analista (Coordinador(a)) de Planeación y Fortalecimiento Institucional - NPSA 9
UNDP: ** Analista (Coordinador(a)) de Planeación y Fortalecimiento Institucional - NPSA 9 in Mexico, Mexico. Closing date: 2022-05-16
Programme Analyst, Women, Peace and Security/Humanitarian Action
UNDP: Programme Analyst, Women, Peace and Security/Humanitarian Action in Chisinau, MOLDOVA. Closing date: 2022-05-16
International Consultant for a Thematic Evaluation of Women?s Economic Empowerment
UNDP: International Consultant for a Thematic Evaluation of Women?s Economic Empowerment in Beijing, CHINA. Closing date: 2022-05-16
Reposting - National or International RC/HC Advisor on Accountability to Affected Populations (AAP).
UNDP: Reposting - National or International RC/HC Advisor on Accountability to Affected Populations (AAP). in Beirut, LEBANON. Closing date: 2022-05-16
** ICT Associate
UNDP: ** ICT Associate in Kyiv, Ukraine. Closing date: 2022-05-16
** Analista Especializado en Palma Aceitera - NPSA 8
UNDP: ** Analista Especializado en Palma Aceitera - NPSA 8 in Lima, Peru. Closing date: 2022-05-16
CHILD PROTECTION OFFICER [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Human Rights Affairs
UNMISS: CHILD PROTECTION OFFICER [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Human Rights Affairs in Juba. Closing date: 2022-05-16
POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Political Affairs
UNSMIL: POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Political Affairs in TRIPOLI (LIBYA). Closing date: 2022-05-16
* Infrastructure Helpdesk Assistant
UNDP: * Infrastructure Helpdesk Assistant in Bonn, Germany. Closing date: 2022-05-17
* Responsable national de projet_ONUDC
UNDP: * Responsable national de projet_ONUDC in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Closing date: 2022-05-17
Advisor, Immunization
WHO: Advisor, Immunization in United States-Washington, D.C.. Closing date: 2022-05-17
Roster of Consultants ? WHO Methods and Standards for living evidence approach
WHO: Roster of Consultants ? WHO Methods and Standards for living evidence approach in Anywhere. Closing date: 2022-05-17
Roster of Consultants ? Ethics, climate change and health
WHO: Roster of Consultants ? Ethics, climate change and health in Anywhere. Closing date: 2022-05-17
Consultant - Sanitation and Drinking - Water Supply
WHO: Consultant - Sanitation and Drinking - Water Supply in Mozambique-Maputo. Closing date: 2022-05-17
SOCIAL AFFAIRS OFFICER [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Social Affairs
UN SG: SOCIAL AFFAIRS OFFICER [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Social Affairs in NEW YORK. Closing date: 2022-05-17
IC-043-22 International Environmental Strategy Expert
UNDP: IC-043-22 International Environmental Strategy Expert in Baghdad-Iraq and Homebased, IRAQ. Closing date: 2022-05-17
Consultant national chargé de développer une plateforme web
UNDP: Consultant national chargé de développer une plateforme web in Brazzaville, CONGO. Closing date: 2022-05-17
Senior Advisor (Integrated Primary Health Care)
WHO: Senior Advisor (Integrated Primary Health Care) in Kazakhstan-Almaty. Closing date: 2022-05-17
Treasury Assistant
WHO: Treasury Assistant in Switzerland-Geneva. Closing date: 2022-05-17
IC-048- 22 - International Individual Consultant - International Expert - Private Sector Engagement for Renewable Energy (PPP)
UNDP: IC-048- 22 - International Individual Consultant - International Expert - Private Sector Engagement for Renewable Energy (PPP) in Baghdad, IRAQ. Closing date: 2022-05-17
Programme Management Advisor (Sport for Peace Initiative) - Retainer Administration | Programme Management
UNOPS: Programme Management Advisor (Sport for Peace Initiative) - Retainer Administration | Programme Management in Home based. Closing date: 2022-05-17
Health, Safety, Social and Environmental Specialist - (Social and Environmental Safeguards ) Health, Safety and Environment
UNOPS: Health, Safety, Social and Environmental Specialist - (Social and Environmental Safeguards ) Health, Safety and Environment in Sanaa, Yemen. Closing date: 2022-05-17
** Assistant(e) Administratif(ive) et Financier(e) NPSA5
UNDP: ** Assistant(e) Administratif(ive) et Financier(e) NPSA5 in Toliara, Madagascar. Closing date: 2022-05-17
** Programme Associate-SDG
UNDP: ** Programme Associate-SDG in New Delhi, India. Closing date: 2022-05-17
IC/UNDP/RRU-CBI/036/2022 - Network Consultant for Connecting Business initiative (CBi)
UNDP: IC/UNDP/RRU-CBI/036/2022 - Network Consultant for Connecting Business initiative (CBi) in Jakarta, INDONESIA. Closing date: 2022-05-17
** Assistant(e) aux Achats / Procurement Assistant FTA G5 Antananarivo, Madagascar
UNDP: ** Assistant(e) aux Achats / Procurement Assistant FTA G5 Antananarivo, Madagascar in Antananarivo, Madagascar. Closing date: 2022-05-17
Communications Associate - For National Sudanese ONLY
UNDP: Communications Associate - For National Sudanese ONLY in Khartoum, SUDAN. Closing date: 2022-05-17
Programme Specialist - For National Sudanese ONLY
UNDP: Programme Specialist - For National Sudanese ONLY in El Fasher- North Darfur, SUDAN. Closing date: 2022-05-17
Project Specialist/Private Sector Partnership
UNDP: Project Specialist/Private Sector Partnership in Kyiv, UKRAINE. Closing date: 2022-05-17
Intern Roster, UNDP Kazakhstan
UNDP: Intern Roster, UNDP Kazakhstan in Nur-Sultan, KAZAKHSTAN. Closing date: 2022-05-17
Executive Associate
UNDP: Executive Associate in Brussels, BELGIUM. Closing date: 2022-05-17
** Administrative and Finance Analyst (NPSA8)
UNDP: ** Administrative and Finance Analyst (NPSA8) in Birendranagar, Nepal. Closing date: 2022-05-17
** Human Resources Assistant G5 Ouagadougou Burkina Faso
UNDP: ** Human Resources Assistant G5 Ouagadougou Burkina Faso in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Closing date: 2022-05-17
Consultant ? Knowledge Management - Case studies on gender and health security
WHO: Consultant ? Knowledge Management - Case studies on gender and health security in Anywhere. Closing date: 2022-05-17
Consultant - Landscape analysis for the Workforce Development Operational Tool (Tripartite Zoonoses Guide Toolkit)
WHO: Consultant - Landscape analysis for the Workforce Development Operational Tool (Tripartite Zoonoses Guide Toolkit) in Anywhere. Closing date: 2022-05-17
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FRANCE – STAGE ASSISTANT COMPTABLE ET FINANCE (H/F) – PARIS/CLICHY
Country: France Organization: Solidarités International Closing date: 25 Jul 2022 QUE FAISONS-NOUS ? Solidarités International est une association humanitaire qui intervient auprès des populations vulnérables, essentiellement victimes de conflits armés et de catastrophes naturelles. Spécialisée depuis plus de 40 ans dans la couverture des besoins vitaux, elle prend en charge des programmes d'urgence puis de reconstruction. Le projet de Solidarités International (SI) en France vise en tant que bénéficiaires finaux les publics en situation de précarité dans la métropole de Toulouse, Lille, Nantes et Ile de France vivant dans des sites d’habitats précaires type bidonvilles ou squats. Les difficultés des publics ciblés se caractérisent par les barrières qu’ils rencontrent pour accéder aux services essentiels (notamment les produits d’entretien et d’hygiène) et par des conditions d’habitat fortement dégradés ne permettant pas des conditions de vie décentes de par un environnement très dégradé. SI répond aux besoins des populations ciblées par l’installation d’infrastructures d’accès à l’eau potable, et d’infrastructures sanitaires et la distribution de kits hygiène DESCRIPTIF DE POSTE L’Assistant Comptabilité & Finance de la Mission France exerce ses fonctions sous l’autorité de la Coordinatrice Logistique et Administrative et travaille en collaboration avec les équipes techniques Eau Hygiène Assainissement et Mobilisation Communautaire (équipes terrain). Objectifs de l’apprentissage : Mettre en pratique la gestion comptable et financière d’une mission humanitaire Découvrir les activités sur le terrain par la participation aux interventions directes voire des déplacements en France métropolitaine Découvrir une mission d’une ONG et comprendre la relation entre le siège, la coordination et le terrain Devenir autonome sur les affectations comptables (analytique et financière) des dépenses d’une mission humanitaire Savoir utiliser de façon automne le logiciel comptable SAGA (logiciel comptable mission chez SOLIDARITES INTERNATIONAL mais aussi d’autre ONG) Obtenir les connaissances nécessaires pour pouvoir prétendre à un poste d’administrateur base pour une première mission à l’étranger Liste des principales responsabilités : Assister la Coordinatrice Logistique et Administrative dans les tâches du quotidien de suivi des dépenses la mise à jour des outils liés dans le respect des règles des bailleurs de fonds. Assurer l’archivage et la centralisation des documents administratifs et comptables Réaliser et envoyer mensuellement le pack comptable au siège. Assister la Coordinatrice Logistique et Administrative dans la préparation des rapports intermédiaires et finaux financier Assister la Coordinatrice Nationale et la Coordinatrice Logistique et Administrative notamment dans la préparation des budgets en version bailleur Détail des tâches : COMPTABILITE Assister la Coordinatrice Logistique et Administrative dans toutes les tâches comptables : Vérifier et archiver des factures Entrer en comptabilité l’ensemble des dépenses de la mission et assurer leur bonne allocation entre les contrats bailleurs de la mission notamment à travers la mise à jour des journaux et l’intégration des dépenses sur le logiciel comptable SAGA Assister la Coordinatrice Logistique et Administrative dans l’allocation des dépenses du siège pour la mission Constituer tous les éléments du pack comptable pour envoi mensuel : journaux comptable / rapprochement bancaire / sauvegarde saga / inventaire de caisse / document de liaison Contribuer à la clôture comptable mensuelle et annuelle GESTION FINANCIERE Participer à la vérification du suivi budgétaire de la mission Faire le cross check des OFU (operational follow up) et LFU (logistics follow up) avec les écritures passées en comptabilité. Participer à la vérification des budgets des propositions de projet Assister la Coordinatrice Logistique et Administrative lors des rapports intermédiaires et finaux Aider à la préparation des audits financiers Participer à la préparation du prévisionnel de trésorerie de la mission et assurer le lien avec le siège pour son suivi GENERAL Participer aux réunions hebdomadaires et mensuelles du bureau et des différents services et faciliter la prise de note Participer aux interventions terrains lors que le besoin en RH est très important (distribution, installation, suivi, récupération lors des expulsions) Apporter un soutien à l’ensemble des zones en fonction des demandes. VOTRE PROFIL Issu(e) d’une formation de comptabilité et/ou gestion financière, vous avez décidé de poursuivre sur une licence ou un master en comptabilité et/ou gestion financière, et vous souhaitez valider votre diplôme en alternance. Vous êtes à l’aise avec l’environnement informatique, avez une bonne connaissance du Pack Office et/ou Google et idéalement déjà travaillé sur un logiciel comptable type Saga. Rigueur Proactivité et esprit critique Organisation et anticipation Compétences relationnelles Capacité à travailler sous pression Engagement envers les principes et le travail de SOLIDARITES INTERNATIONAL. SI VOUS OFFRIRA LES CONDITIONS SUIVANTES Apprenti avec contrat d’apprentissage obligatoire. Salaire : 53% du SMIC la première année et 61% du SMIC la deuxième année Transport en commun pris en charge à 50% par SOLIDARITES INTERNATIONAL 1 ticket restaurant par jour effectif de travail, avec participation de SOLIDARITES INTERNATIONAL à 60 % How to applyVous reconnaissez-vous dans cette description ? Si oui, envoyez-nous votre CV et Lettre de Motivation en français avant le 10 juin 2022 via le lien suivant : https://emea3.recruitmentplatform.com/syndicated/private/syd_apply.cfm?id=PSRFK026203F3VBQB6G8N8NMW&nPostingTargetID;=71929 Les candidatures contenant uniquement les CV ne seront pas considérées. Solidarités International se réserve la possibilité de clore un recrutement avant la date d’échéance de l’annonce. Il est à noter que seulement les candidats retenus pour un entretien recevront une réponse. En l’absence de retour de notre part avant le 25 juin, veuillez considérer que la candidature n’a pas été retenue. Merci de votre compréhension. Et pour mieux connaître Solidarités International: www.solidarites.org
Regional Director East Africa - HQ
Country: Netherlands Organization: International NGO Safety Organisation Closing date: 2 Jun 2022 Organisation Background Founded in 2011, the International NGO Safety Organisation (INSO) is an international NGO that supports humanitarian aid workers by establishing safety coordination platforms in insecure contexts. INSO provides registered NGOs with a range of free services, including real-time incident tracking, analytical reports, safety-related data and mapping, crisis management support, staff orientations and training. INSO services help NGOs with their day-to-day risk management responsibilities and improve their overall situational awareness to support evidence-based humanitarian access decisions. INSO provides daily support to more than 1000 NGOs operating in 16 of the world’s most insecure countries and has earned a strong reputation for its performance, principles and professionalism. INSO is registered in the Netherlands with its headquarters based in The Hague, the international city of peace and justice. Position: We are now seeking a qualified and experienced individual to join our headquarters Field Programs Group as Regional Director - East Africa (RD EA). This is an exciting opportunity to make a significant contribution to the safety of the humanitarian community and use your humanitarian sector knowledge, experience and skills to lead and develop INSO programs in Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia and Mozambique. Working closely with the Director of Field Programs, you will contribute to structuring INSO field operations and global outreach. The portfolio currently includes established INSO programs in Somalia and Kenya and start-ups in Mozambique and Ethiopia. The post is fully funded and available for an immediate start. Job Summary: Regional Directors are responsible for overseeing INSO project implementation in their assigned areas (approx. 4-6 countries, EUR 2-4 MM budget per country program). They are a functional expert in all aspects of delivering INSO projects in the field as well as an experienced generalist in NGO safety practises, humanitarian field architecture, project/grant management cycles and donor relations. Under the leadership of the Director of Field Programs and in collaboration with the Field Program Group (the Global Training team, Grant Manager and MEAL Manager), the Global Analysis and Research team, and the Technology & Innovation team (holders of the CHDC project), the Regional Directors participate in structuring, improving and developing INSO field programs. The main role is to lead, manage, mentor and support Country Directors (CDs) in accomplishing their tasks and responsibilities and to ensure that INSO country projects operate as intended. For this purpose, Regional Directors are hands on and spend a significant amount of their time in their region. Regional Directors are based at our Headquarters (HQ) in the Hague. At the HQ, the Regional Directors coordinate and communicate across all Departments through the course of their work and play a key role in cross-departmental learning and support. Regional Directors are supervised by the Director of Field Programs and line manage up to six Country Directors in their assigned area. Main Duties and Responsibilities: A. Program Strategy, Management & Quality The overall aim is to ensure that INSO projects provide high quality services that are relevant and adaptive to NGO needs while protecting INSO’s reputation and principles and effectively delivering its mandate. Support CDs in development and implementation of Annual Plans, - assessing and contributing to short-and-long range country strategy to improve NGO safety - and ensure the plan is relevant to INSO’s mandate, NGO needs and is achievable within the context (security, legal, environment, funding, etc.); Ensure that all projects adhere to INSO’s mission and principles and contribute to further its reputation as an accountable, humanitarian and professional organisation and valued member of the global and local humanitarian community; Ensure that projects follow standard internal policies, program framework and quality standards. Monitor the ongoing relevance of the project to the needs of NGOs in the context and ensure the project and team take and retain their proper place as a central node in the local humanitarian architecture. In coordination with other technical referents (analysis, information, training), monitor and quality control outgoing products and services (with frequent sampling) to ensure INSO products remain of objectively high value and quality (good analysis, accurate data, helpful & timely advice, etc.); Independently monitor beneficiary satisfaction and attitudes with periodic meetings and feedback sessions; Lead new project scoping and development missions B. Grant Management & Fundraising The overall aim is to ensure that projects remain fully funded and that INSO meets all contractual obligations on time and on budget. Manage regional grants if applicable Comprehensively orient CDs in their grant management responsibilities and the general principles of program cycle management, providing ongoing mentorship and advice as needed; Actively supervise and support the CDs in fundraising. Anticipate funding gaps and identify appropriate mitigation plans; Supervise grants management to ensure full compliance with donor regulations and timely submission of reports; Support CDs in identifying and implementing required modifications to project activities and grant documents to reflect changes in the context and/or priorities and strategy, updating the Annual Plan where necessary; Ensure CDs are engaged in effective project management including regular financial and performance indicator reviews, cross team communication and forecasting; Support and guide the CDs in developing and managing their relationships with other HQ personnel and departments involved in the program management cycle including Finance Controller and Operations staff. C. Personnel Management, Mentorship & Leadership The overall aim is that projects are fully staffed by competent, well managed, motivated and happy employees. Lead the recruitment (as Hiring Manager) of vacant Country Director positions; Line manage Country Directors; provide effective training and orientation, set written performance objectives, monitor performance, provide regular feedback, support and mentoring; oversee disciplinary procedures where required. Support CDs in their delivery of HR and team management responsibilities and monitor their performance, modelling good leadership practices and providing an open and supportive management space; Monitor and maintain staff structure with country offices to ensure proper and fair allocation of tasks/service delivery responsibilities between personnel; Monitor overall team morale and motivation, intervening where necessary to inspire, lead, mitigate problems or resolve conflicts; Foster open, collegial and positive communication within and between regional teams (and beyond) to inject a spirit of unity of purpose. D. Regional Cooperation, Development & Synergies The overall aim is to develop strong, interconnected regional programming (where necessary) that acknowledges and reflects common dynamics, maximizes our capability and meets our partners and donors where they need us. Where possible, seek to develop a wider regional programming strategy approach and maximize regional team cohesion and opportunities for cross context learning. Establish and develop a regional/desk donor contacts list and actively track regional and CO specific funding opportunities; Coordinate closely and frequently with the Director of Field Programs, other Regional Directors and the Global Training Manager to maintain a ‘whole of INSO ’ project approach and prevent regional imbalance and division; Develop connections to regional NGOs, UN and donor hubs, groups, forums etc. E. Representation The overall aim is to be a good ambassador for INSO and to promote its work and reputation effectively and positively. Serve as an active senior representative of the organisation, maintaining and building the reputation of INSO; Represent the region in internal meetings and conferences providing briefings and presentations as required. Represent INSO for new project start-ups (scoping missions) and with NGOs, the UN, forum or donor conferences as required. F. Cross Departmental Support & Coordination The aim is effective flow of information and coordinated action between departments in support of common goals and priorities. Establish and maintain close and cooperative relationships with all INSO departments in pursuit of coordinated action, understanding their responsibilities, capabilities and limitations; Establish and maintain regular communication with the designated Financial Controller/s; Provide timely information, input and responses to financial, HR, procurement, administrative, legal or other processes related to the Country Office as may be required (signing PRs, recruitment documents, tender reviews, powers of attorney, etc.); Facilitate and organise CD orientation with other departments and support integration of learning into practice. G. Project Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning The aim is to have and use standard project evaluation & learning tools to assess project performance and quality in a routine and comparable manner. Support the Director of Field Programs in development of a comprehensive project monitoring, evaluation and learning framework (project audit) with key standards and indicators; Lead periodic project evaluations to assess project performance against the established benchmarks, identify gaps and recommendations for follow-up; Ensure integration of evaluations into Annual Planning, project policy development, etc.; Support the Director of Field Programs and Senior Management Team in the ongoing development of INSO program strategy. Knowledge, Skills and Experience: Essential: Master’s degree in international relations, conflict, humanitarian practice or another relevant field. 5-7 years managing teams ideally within international NGOs. Experience overseeing implementation of organizational and program budgets of at least $2M annually. Management and operational experience in the field (ie: Program Director, Country Director) and at the regional/headquarters level (Regional Director, Desk Manager, Head of Emergency and/or Analytics teams, etc.). Established operational expertise in humanitarian safety, access and coordination. Excellent English language skills, both written and oral. Operational experience in East Africa (Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia, Mozambique). Nice to Have: Relevant previous employment experience with INSO in a senior position in the field or HQ-based role. Relevant experience providing support to country directors and country programs from a headquarters/regional/roving support capacity or from a peer-to-peer perspective. French or Arabic language skills. Demonstrated experience working with a range of stakeholders (e.g. from global headquarters to boards to field teams). Personal attributes: Proven ability to identify issues, analyze and participate in the resolution of issues/problems. Excellent communication, and organizational skills. Excellent listening and questioning skills, combined with the ability to interact confidently with staff to establish what the problem is and explain the solution. Demonstrated understanding of humanitarian principles and practices. Ability to work effectively and efficiently unsupervised. Strong work ethic and capacity to take responsibility for their actions. Ability to meet tight deadlines. Safe-guarding Policy: INSO is fully committed to safe recruitment, selection and vetting of all potential new staff, trustees and volunteers and we will ensure rigorous compliance with our Code of Conduct and Safeguarding policy throughout the recruitment process. Terms & Conditions: Fixed-term (renewable) full-time contract based in The Hague, Netherlands, €7,250 per month, 8% vacation pay (vakentiegeld), 2.5 days annual leave per month. This post is eligible for a Highly Skilled Migrant visa sponsorship and relocation allowance. How to applyInterested applicants are requested to send the following to jobs@hq.ngosafety.org and reference “RD EA” in the subject line of the email. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. The closure of applications is on 3 June 2022. Please include the following in your application: · An up-to-date CV (2 page maximum). · A cover letter explaining your motivation and interest in the position. Please explain how you meet the minimum requirements of the role and what motivates you for this particular position. Please do not send any additional information (such as copies of certificates, copies of diplomas, other writing samples, etc.) and keep the total size of your application under 2MB if possible.
Contracts and Grants Officer
Country: United States of America Organization: Amideast Closing date: 31 May 2022 COMPANY DESCRIPTION: Established in 1951, Amideast is an American nonprofit organization dedicated to creating hope, opportunity, and mutual understanding among people in the Middle East, North Africa, and United States through life-changing opportunities for education and cultural exchanges. Working with local, regional, and international partners, we provide programs and services that improve educational opportunity and quality, expand access to U.S. study, empower youth and women, strengthen local institutions, and develop language and professional skills for success in the global economy. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., Amideast operates offices in 11 countries in the MENA region. For more information, visit us at www.amideast.org. POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Contracts and Grants Officer: Leads award-related communications with stakeholders including donors (especially the US Department of State and USAID), partner NGOs/institutions, contractors, HQ, field staff, and auditors. Serves a vital role in the management of AMIDEAST’s grants, cooperative agreements and contracts, by reviewing, negotiating, organizing, monitoring, tracking, and filing agreements and supporting documentation. Offers critical assistance to program operations by setting up new projects, crafting and submitting reports, updating procedures, and providing C&G; trainings or guidance to all levels of staff. RESPONSIBILITIES: Support field offices and HQ (including country directors, finance, program, and leadership) in the area of contracts and grants Communicate with federal agencies, field offices, and partner institutions on award-related matters Attend non-profit industry events/trainings/webinars and keep abreast of new developments in international NGO sector Maintain and update AMIDEAST agreement tracker and other informational databases Set-up or clone new projects in coordination with program and finance teams Assist or lead new award kick-off meetings and closeout of old awards Report to, or assist in reporting to, USG through its designated online platforms including FFATA, SPOT, SAM.gov, SAMS Domestic, RAM, PVS, and DEC Vet partners, contractors, students, clients, key AMIDEAST staff, and vendors for compliance with sanctions Monitor and track cost share submissions from HQ and field offices Review and recommend changes or updates to policies, procedures, and templates as needed Lead C&G; recordkeeping efforts and ensure C&G; files are systematically organized according to protocol for the benefit of both efficient operations and audit Upload and maintain permanent files to internal shared drive including successful proposals, critical award documents, amendments, and key correspondence Assist management of subrecipients by monitoring deliverables, processing invoices, and assessing compliance with regulations/terms and conditions Review or assist in drafting memoranda of understandings, teaming agreements, contracts, sub agreements, and formal correspondence and assist in negotiating favorable terms for AMIDEAST in all agreements Assist in reviewing and revising project budgets Assist in training HQ and field staff both in-person and via Zoom online webinars as well as providing guidance on C&G; matters Lead other special activities and projects as needed (such as data visualization, new policies, managing C&G;’s vendors, etc.) QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS: Required: Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field with with 2-6 years’ experience Precise attention to detail, organizational skills, and ability to work under pressure/time constraints Familiarity with grant/contract administration and regulations Excellent writing and communications skills and ability to work in cross-functional teams Windows proficiency (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) Preferred: Familiarity with the Middle East/North Africa region and/or Arabic or French language skills Experience with USAID and/or State Department, especially their grant regulations Degree or certification in law, business, finance, or contract/grant management Open to possible work travel to MENA region (although travel not anticipated) WORK ENVIRONMENT: The incumbent in this position will work in a professional office environment and will utilize the following equipment when working from the corporate office or remote home office (temporarily due to COVID-19). Computer (laptop or desktop) Printer/Photocopier/Scanner/Fax Telephone Other (Specify if any) Up to 10% business travel may be needed to support Contracts and Grants as needed. The physical demands and work environment that have been described is representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act . This position description is an overview of the major functions and requirements of this position. This document is not intended to be an exhaustive list encompassing every duty and requirement of the position; the Employee’s Manager may assign other duties as related or as otherwise deemed appropriate and necessary within the general scope, without the need for additional compensation. Amideast is an equal opportunity employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws. Positions that involve interaction with children will be required to read, acknowledge, and comply with and attend special training in accordance with the Child Protection and Safeguarding policy. All Amideast representatives must comply with the Code of Conduct and all applicable organizational policies which include but are not limited to, Anti-Human Trafficking and Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse. How to applyPlease Apply via our Careers Website at: https://jobs.amideast.org/public/jobs/2022-079P863.htm
Assistant Programme Officer (APO), Middle East - London, Edinburgh, UK or The Hague, NL
Countries: Netherlands, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Organization: Mercy Corps Closing date: 20 May 2022 **Location: Edinburgh, London, UK, or The Hague, NL Position Status: Full-Time, Permanent/ open terms Salary: Edinburgh: circa 21K; London: circa 24K; The Hague: circa 30K Apply with CV and Cover Letter by May 20th. Candidates must have the independant right to work in the UK or NL at the time of appointment. ** About Mercy Corps Mercy Corps is powered by the belief that a better world is possible. To do this, we know our teams do their best work when they are diverse, and every team member feels that they belong. We welcome diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and skills so that we can be stronger and have long term impact. Mercy Corps Europe (MCE) has grown rapidly in terms of volume of activity and complexity. With offices in Edinburgh, London, Geneva and The Hague, we now attract over £90m in income. The breadth and impact of our programmes makes Mercy Corps a unique and truly rewarding place to work. Our teams are proud of what we achieve in the field, and we are always looking for talented individuals who share our passion and commitment. The Program / Department / Team Mercy Corps implements a variety of programming throughout the Middle East, and it continues to respond to humanitarian and development needs across Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, and Yemen by forging meaningful and trusted partnerships and designing impactful programming. The country programs face humanitarian crises and significant development challenges, and operate in fragile and conflict-affected areas, displacement settings, emergency responses, as well as more stable developed settings. Mercy Corps’ focus in the Middle East has been in promoting good governance and conflict resolution, enhancing resilience, and supporting market systems development and youth employment, as well as prioritizing gender equality and social inclusion across programming. Mercy Corps’ investment in thought leadership, continual learning, and adaptive programming allows us to make changes that are essential in a fluid context, with significant ambitions to learning and sharing through building an evidence base, investment in programme quality, including MEAL and additional specific research, to enhance adaptive and responsive programming in the Middle East. The Position The Assistant Program Officer (APO) will work with the Middle East Regional Programme Team to support the administration of Mercy Corps’ portfolio in the region. The APO is primarily responsible for administrative support and assisting the Senior Program Officer (SPO) and Program Officers (POs) with proposal development, donor reporting and communications. This includes providing assistance with new and existing programmes, directing internal and external programme information flows, liaising with other departments within Mercy Corps, and providing administrative support to the country programmes. S/he plays a key role in managing information and data from the country teams to facilitate use and access of it by other HQ departments and for retention of institutional knowledge. Essential Job Responsibilities PROGRAMME AND GRANT ADMINISTRATION ● Support the SPO/POs with administrative tasks such as maintaining required documentation, as per the internal Programme File, and knowledge management of the grants, updating all internal information systems (server and Grant and Award Administration Tracker). ● Assist in monitoring and ensuring compliance with donor regulations and Mercy Corps policies and procedures. ● Advise country teams on formats for donor reporting and define timelines to review. ● As needed, support the reviews of donor reports and ensure that reports are submitted in accordance with reporting standards and in adherence to deadlines set out in the grant agreement/contract. ● Initiate, coordinate and send out New Award Initiation Summaries and project close-out messages. PROPOSAL COORDINATION ● Undertake donor research and identify appropriate funding opportunities from donors, also reviewing donor guidelines and carrying out eligibility checks for new funding opportunities identified. ● Provide administrative support for proposal development such as drafting Past Performance Reports/capacity statements/or other required documents, copy-editing, and final compilation for submission as needed. ● For EC-funded programmes, lead on coordinating PADOR partner registration in proposal development. ADMINISTRATION & KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT ● Proactively lead travel/logistical support for field and headquarters teams as needed. ● Serve as the primary point for internal communications, facilitate use of Mercy Corps web-based information systems to draft and update program material (e.g. country fact sheets, country pages on web, dollar handles, etc.). ● Maintain up to date country and grant information in Mercy Corps’ knowledge management tools and platforms. RECRUITMENT SUPPORT & ORIENTATION ● Manage consultant contracting processes; ensuring necessary documentation has been submitted to relevant people, follow up with teams when the field team has not received a response; support new hires/consultants/interns/etc. ● Facilitate the training of new Programme and other staff as appropriate on internal grant management, administration and proposal development processes, tools and systems. STRATEGY, PLANNING & LEARNING ● Support country teams with strategy development and planning ● Facilitate learning across country portfolios and the region, and share lessons learned ● Ensure country teams have access to and utilise agency resources/tools/best practices/etc ● Coordinate with colleagues to organise and facilitate planning for regional meetings, as required EXTERNAL REPRESENTATION ● With guidance from the SPO and PO, represent regional interests and programmes with external stakeholders, in concert with the field teams. OTHER ● Act as a focal point for backstopping for SPO/PO during field trips or short-term absence. ● May be required to travel to the field to support any of the above. ● Any other duties as assigned. Reports Directly To: Senior Programme Officer, Middle East Works Directly With: Field based programme teams, Country Directors of Programmes, MCE Programmes team, Finance, Compliance, Communications, Policy and Advocacy, New Initiatives, Programme Accountability and Quality, Strategic Partnership Team. Supervisory Responsibility: None Accountability to Participants and Stakeholders Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts toward accountability, specifically to our program participants, community partners, other stakeholders, and to international standards guiding international relief and development work. We are committed to actively engaging communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects. Knowledge and Experience ● BA/S in International Development or equivalent experience in related field. ● Experience in international relief or development, particularly in grant administration and compliance preferred. ● Awareness and understanding of the international development sector. ● Demonstrated experience in providing administrative/coordination support. ● Proven ability to communicate effectively with colleagues from various backgrounds and cultures. ● Proficiency with MS Office software required (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint). ● Prior NGO or international development experience preferred. ● Preference given to candidates with prior work experience in the Middle East region, or regional understanding. ● Arabic language proficiency a plus. Success Factors The Assistant Program Officer must be a detail-oriented multi-tasker who is able to communicate clearly and work under pressure. They must demonstrate patience, flexibility, and taking initiative to solve problems. Vital skills include communication (both written and verbal), as well as building and maintaining effective internal and external relationships. They must demonstrate the ability to understand and follow agency procedures, meet deadlines, and work both independently and as part of a complex distanced-based, multi-cultural team. An exposure to and interest in international development issues is important, and an understanding of the complex challenges faced by programme teams operating in international environments is critical. Living Conditions / Environmental Conditions The position is remote or can be based in Edinburgh, London or The Hague with limited access to the office subject to guidance around COVID 19. Ongoing Learning In support of our belief that learning organizations are more effective, efficient and relevant to the communities we serve, we empower all team members to dedicate 5% of their time to learning activities that further their personal and/or professional growth and development. Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Achieving our mission begins with how we build our team and work together. Through our commitment to enriching our organization with people of different origins, beliefs, backgrounds, and ways of thinking, we are better able to leverage the collective power of our teams and solve the world’s most complex challenges. We strive for a culture of trust and respect, where everyone contributes their perspectives and authentic selves, reaches their potential as individuals and teams, and collaborates to do the best work of their lives. We recognize that diversity and inclusion is a journey, and we are committed to learning, listening and evolving to become more diverse, equitable and inclusive than we are today. Equal Employment Opportunity Mercy Corps is an equal opportunity employer that does not tolerate discrimination on any basis. We actively seek out diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and skills so that we can be collectively stronger and have sustained global impact. We are committed to providing an environment of respect and psychological safety where equal employment opportunities are available to all. We do not engage in or tolerate discrimination on the basis of race, colour, gender identity, gender expression, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability (including HIV/AIDS status), marital status, military veteran status or any other protected group in the locations where we work. Safeguarding & Ethics Mercy Corps is committed to ensuring that all individuals we come into contact with through our work, whether team members, community members, program participants or others, are treated with respect and dignity. We are committed to the core principles regarding prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse laid out by the UN Secretary General and IASC. We will not tolerate child abuse, sexual exploitation, abuse, or harassment by or of our team members. As part of our commitment to a safe and inclusive work environment, team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner, respect local laws and customs, and to adhere to Mercy Corps Code of Conduct Policies and values at all times. Team members are required to complete mandatory Code of Conduct elearning courses upon hire and on an annual basis. How to applyJoin the team, learn more, and apply at the following link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/mercycorps/job/oUJDjfwj
Senior Advisor, Humanitarian Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, Learning, and Accountability (MERLA)
Organization: Save the Children Closing date: 27 May 2022 Staff whose work requires or potentially could require any in-person interaction with Save the Children colleagues, partners, or beneficiaries must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 unless otherwise required by law. Save the Children complies with federal, state, and local laws with regard to accommodations related to this policy. Summary The MERLA Senior Advisor will oversee monitoring and research systems, technologies, and processes to ensure the quality and consistency of MERLA across the humanitarian award portfolio, with a focus on U.S. based donors. In this position, you will also support external partnerships with the NGO community and academic organizations to enhance the evidence base on humanitarian programs and thought leadership. In addition, you will be a member of the Global One Humanitarian Team (from August 1st 2022) with the aim to strengthen Save the Children’s humanitarian evidence with a child focus lens. What You’ll Be Doing (Essential Duties) Manage and Support MERLA Systems and Processes for Donor-funded Awards (50%): Maintain relationships and ensure consistent support to key member award management teams, with a special focus on SCUS due to their large humanitarian portfolio. Ensure quality, standardized MERLA systems across a multi-sectoral humanitarian portfolio, in accordance with global best practices and Save the Children policies. Ensure that MERLA requirements for key donors are understood by staff and incorporated into proposals and award activities. Key donors include USAID Bureau of Humanitarian Assistance (BHA), State Department Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (BPRM), WFP, UNHCR, among others. Develop clear and standardized MERLA guidelines, protocols, templates, and activity schedules for use by OHTT staff and field-based MERLA teams to ensure the quality and consistency of program monitoring data. Identify common issues related to MERLA across programs and address as necessary, standardizing and incorporating improved technologies where appropriate. Support staff and programs in determining how to use data for program improvement and decision-making, and encourage the use of Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting (CLA) approaches. Provide remote and in-country Technical Assistance (TA) to both MERLA staff and technical program leads as needed. Donor Reporting and Compliance with MERLA Guidance (20%): Assign coverage and ensure quality on MERLA sections for prioritized semi-annual and annual donor reports and ongoing deliverables, as required by donor. Ensure compliance with key donor MEAL requirements, including (as applicable) USAID's Open Data Policy (ADS 579), BHA monitoring and evaluation (M&E;) policies and guidance, BPRM M&E; requirements, and UN agency M&E; requirements. Resource Mobilization (15%): Assign and ensure quality support for priority humanitarian proposals as requested by Country Offices and Regional Offices. Responsible for finalizing M&E; plans, logical frameworks, and indicator selection for prioritized global proposals, in collaboration with country office and program teams. Ensure proposals are compliant and responsive to donor M&E; requirements as well as Save the Children MERLA policies and best practices. Manage and Coordinate Humanitarian Research and Learning across Sectors (15%): Directly lead, coach, develop, and manage at least one staff member. Convene MERLA staff to coordinate humanitarian research and learning across sectors, and ensure SC builds on, leverages, and gives visibility to sector-specific humanitarian research. Manage priority global humanitarian research partnerships, ensuring quality of design and overseeing consultant deliverables and timelines. Raise the profile of SCUS and DHR’s research among donors, academics, and implementing partners through presentations and participation at internal and external learning events and working groups Write proposals, in conjunction with partner research organizations, to fund specific research or learning projects in humanitarian contexts. Required Qualifications Minimum of a Bachelor Degree or equivalent experience, plus at least 7 years of relevant experience Experience in international development, with demonstrated experience related to humanitarian MERLA, research, and/or knowledge management. Experience designing or managing logical/results frameworks, M&E; plans, accountability mechanisms, and program evaluations, quantitative household surveys and qualitative studies, including calculating sample sizes, selecting a sampling methodology, developing data collection tools, training enumerators, and supervising data collection. Experience developing and tracking program indicator performance and developing donor reports for emergency programs. Experience conducting quantitative and qualitative data analysis and interpreting results, and experience using statistical software, data visualization, and KoBo Toolbox, ODK, or other mobile data collection software tools. Ability to work under tight deadlines, manage multiple tasks simultaneously, and work effectively both independently and as part of multicultural teams. Experience conducting M&E; for awards funded by USAID BHA (formerly FFP and OFDA), BPRM, and/or UN agencies such as WFP or UNHCR. Professional proficiency in MS Office suite Professional proficiency in spoken and written English Demonstrated ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with individuals and teams at all levels, both internally and externally Demonstrated commitment to fostering and maintaining and environment of diversity, inclusion, and belonging. Willingness and ability to travel internationally up to 30% of the time. Willingness and ability to occasionally work irregular hours to accommodate calls with field teams in other time zones. Preferred Experience developing and conducting training programs for field staff including curriculum design, presentation and teaching skills, and training-of-trainers methods. Experience giving public presentations. Professional proficiency in Spanish, French, or Arabic Why you should join the Save the Children Team… Save the Children US offers outstanding benefits that include health, dental, vision and life insurances, pet insurance, short-term and long-term disability coverage, an Employee Assistance Program, 403(b), generous vacation, personal sick leave, family leave, parental/adoption leave, commuter benefits, dress for your day, and much more. Click here to learn more about how Save the Children US will invest in YOU! About Save the Children No matter your role when you join Save the Children, each and every day you will challenge yourself to devote your skills, talent and expertise to changing the world for kids. It’s an ambitious goal, and a meaningful one no matter how you see yourself professionally: an accountant, a writer, a data analyst, a teacher, a driver, a designer, or any one of the hundreds of dozens of roles we’re looking to fill every day. You see, Save the Children believes every child deserves a future. In the United States and around the world, we give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. We do whatever it takes for children – every day and in times of crisis – transforming their lives and the future we share. Our work for children and their families requires that we commit—at every opportunity—to work together to identify and dismantle persistent systemic and structural racism, inequality, and any other forms of discrimination in this country and beyond. As an anti-racist organization, Save the Children will not tolerate discrimination in any form—in our employment practices, amongst our staff, in our leadership or toward the people we serve. We stand in solidarity with all people to fight for equal rights, justice, inclusion, and belonging. We provide equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, ancestry, sexual orientation, national origin, age, handicap, disability, marital status, or status as a veteran. Save the Children complies with all applicable laws. Save the Children is committed to conducting its programs and operations in a manner that is safe for the children it serves and helping protect the children with whom we are in contact. All Save the Children representatives are explicitly prohibited from engaging in any activity that may result in any kind of child abuse. In addition, it is Save the Children’s policy to create and proactively maintain an environment that aims to prevent and deter any actions and omissions, whether deliberate or inadvertent, that place children at the risk of any kind of child abuse. All our representatives are expected to conduct themselves in a manner consistent with this commitment and obligation. Save the Children is committed to minimizing safety and security risks for our valued employees, ensuring all are given training, support and information to reduce their risk exposure while maximizing the impact of our programs for children and families. Our shared duty, both agency and individual, is to seek and maintain safe working conditions for all. How to applyhttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/SAV1002STCF/JobBoard/7d92e82b-af74-464d-859b-c5b8cba6e92e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=0d6e45a6-9af1-4181-a726-eb763d8661e0
Regional Finance Manager
Countries: Benin, Guinea, Senegal Organization: Sightsavers Closing date: 27 May 2022 Contract: 2 year Fixed Term Contract (renewable) Salary: Local Terms and Conditions apply Purpose of role as Regional Finance Manager, West Africa Sightsavers are actively recruiting a Regional Finance Manager to cover West Africa region. The postholder will work closely with country offices, Regional Directors and other teams to ensure ongoing financial management and control is working well. They will support country teams in resolving any identified issues and weaknesses and find solutions. The post is critical in working with Country Directors and other regional office staff in the implementation and roll-out of new initiatives aimed at strengthening and streamlining financial and programme management across the continent. The postholder will support several countries, cost centres and programmes across their region, subject to periodic review and adjustment. The posts requires flexibility in temporarily supporting additional countries and cost centres as and when required. Providing technical and operational support to Country Directors, programme and finance & operations staff and country level finance and support services teams. Assisting the Head of Finance and Operations – Africa in the development and implementation of strategies and plans to improve financial management and controls across Africa Supporting financial planning and forecasting across Africa, working closely with country offices to ensure realistic and accurate financial plans and forecasts are in place. Collaborating with global teams and work with country teams to ensure key tools and processes are operating effectively including programme design and inception, PRO reporting, partnership tools and GDP processes. Undertaking internal reviews of country offices, programmes, and partners and build capacity, according to agreed internal audit & review programme. Periodic coordination of Africa Regional Finance Managers, ensuring continent-wide activities, such as planning and forecasting, external audits, etcetera, are well-managed. Knowledge, skills and experience for Regional Finance Manager, West Africa Essential: Relevant financial / business qualification (ICAEW, ACCA, CIMA, MBA) or equivalent experience Considerable experience with proven track record in finance management roles preferably with some experience of working within the international development sector Experience of managing and influencing teams across a wide and diverse geography Strong operational management experience with track record of successful implementation Change management Robust financial management Excellent audit experience Senior stakeholder management experience and relationship building skills Strong decision-making skills Excellent command of English Excellent command of French Desirable: Previous experience in a similar regional role within an INGO Regional Finance Manager, West Africa is a highly varied and involved role and the above is not an exhaustive list of duties or required professional skills. Please see the Job Description for full details. Closing date: 27 May 2022 How to applyWe intend to conduct interviews the week commencing 6 June onwards. The interview process will consist of a written task followed by a two-stage interview process. As an equal opportunity employer we actively encourage applications from all sections of the community. Sightsavers is a Disability Confident Leader therefore qualified people living with a disability are particularly encouraged to apply. Apply here All applications must be in English. Please detail all your relevant professional experience within the application form.
Senior Research Advisor
Country: United States of America Organization: HIAS Closing date: 6 Jun 2022 POSITION SUMMARY: HIAS has launched a dedicated research initiative, Research and Evidence-Based Practice to Inform Advocacy and Influence Policy (REAP Initiative), to govern HIAS’ overall research practice and advance HIAS’ goal of becoming an evidence-driven organization and thought leader in key programmatic and policy areas. This is a cross-departmental effort jointly led by HIAS’ Programs division, the Global Public Affairs division and the Strategy & Measurement (SAM) department. SAM leads the strengthening of HIAS’ research capacity, governance and practice to provide the methodological and ethical foundation needed to ensure HIAS’ research practice produces high-quality, consistent, useful evidence for all internal and external stakeholders. SAM seeks a Senior Research Advisor with demonstrated experience leading research governance, capacity-building and standard operating processes to contribute to the launch of the REAP Initiative and engage in the strengthening of overall research capacity, governance and practice as described above. The Senior Research Advisor will be responsible for implementing research capacity development activities, ensuring the operation of research processes and protocols for implementation, and maintaining governance processes and related bodies, policies and standards. These responsibilities are at a global level, supporting SAM’s high-level contributions to the REAP Initiative across all HIAS locations and departments. The Senior Research Advisor reports to the Director, Results & Impact and coordinates closely with counterparts representing Programs and Global Public Affairs. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: RESEARCH STRATEGY, PLANNING & SUPPORT Supports the setting of research priorities to ensure that research aligns with HIAS’ strategic goals and is an effective use of HIAS’ resources. Coordinates with programs and policy staff on the development of HIAS’ multi-year research plan. Guided by the Director, Results & Impact, and in coordination with the Regional MEAL Advisors, supports SAM’s overall coordination with REAP Initiative counterparts to provide research-specific framing for learning questions within each HIAS core program. Supports the Director, Results & Impact in providing methods of guidance for research projects under the REAP Initiative. Contributes quality assurance and methodological support to development of publications, presenting findings from research undertaken by the REAP Initiative, and focusing on support translating technical findings for a non-technical audience. RESEARCH CAPACITY-STRENGTHENING Identifies capacity needs related to research governance, processes and use across all levels of the organization, including headquarters and country team staff, and develops an internal capacity strengthening plan. Leads the development and rollout of HIAS trainings on research concepts, quality standards, ethics and ethical standards, and planning and management processes, tailored as appropriate across a variety of HIAS roles that engage in, contribute to, or are end users of research. Identifies external trainings, resources and opportunities that build overall staff capacities, as well as address specialized capacity-building needs for staff who closely support or engage in research. Builds strong ongoing relationships with key contacts at professional associations and networks (global, regional and national levels) that promote capacity-strengthening and skills-building for organizations engaging in research on humanitarian, development and social issues. Provides ongoing support to the REAP Initiative to strengthen HIAS’ existing and new partnerships with relevant academic and research institutions, peer organizations and other public and private institutions. RESEARCH PROCESSES Establishes and maintains a set of agreed processes and guidelines to ensure the alignment of individual research projects with HIAS’ research priorities and learning agendas. Supported by consultancy resources and guided by the Director, Results & Impact, develops, improves and maintains key elements of the resources package supporting HIAS’ research framework, including guidance documents and templates for research planning, project management structures and processes, partnerships and implementation. Maintains alignment of all REAP initiative projects with these defined research standards, guidelines and processes; serves as go-to expert and “process ambassador” on standards and guidelines for teams engaging in research. RESEARCH GOVERNANCE Leads the establishment and maintenance of research governance standards, structures and processes across REAP, as guided by the Director, Results & Impact. Oversees the establishment and maintenance of HIAS’ internal Ethics Review Committee and Content Review Committee to provide governance and decision-making for projects within REAP, in alignment with HIAS’ Data Protection Policy and Policy for Protection of Human Subjects in Research. QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS: Undergraduate degree with basic research training in the social sciences required; graduate degree strongly preferred. Applicants without a graduate degree are encouraged to use their application materials to demonstrate equivalent experience and/or training in research methods, standards and practices. 5-7 years of experience conducting and/or synthesizing research in a social science field required; experience with research in humanitarian or development settings preferred. Demonstrated experience working with both primary and secondary source research using quantitative, qualitative and mixed-methods approaches. Excellent understanding of research quality standards and ethical standards across academic and practitioner research; demonstrated experience applying these standards in practitioner-focused settings. Experience building others’ capacity to engage in or understand research processes, including experience leading or facilitating trainings on research concepts, standards or findings. Experience establishing, maintaining or at minimum working effectively within research governance structures and processes. Demonstrated comfort level networking with external researchers, experts and other practitioners and academic partners across social science disciplines. Ability to support the synthesis of technical research deliverables into succinct and clear evidence products that inform continuous improvement of programs and advancement of advocacy priorities. Demonstrated interest in and understanding of humanitarian and development topics; experience working with research or programming related to forced displacement is an asset. Excellent English writing, editing and communications skills, including experience writing technical guidelines, SOPs and reports; the ability to do this in additional languages, particularly Spanish and French, is not required but is certainly an asset. Highly organized with attention to detail and accuracy. Self-directed, with experience executing project-level tasks independently. Ability to work effectively and collegially in a cross-departmental team setting with colleagues across multiple locations, time zones and cultural backgrounds. HIRING PROCESS: We are committed to a fair and respectful hiring process, and we do our absolute best to respond to every applicant. We prioritize communication and transparency with all candidates, even those who are not moving forward. Here’s a snapshot of our hiring process: Step 1: Submit your application! Step 2: Phone screen with a HIAS recruiter. Step 3: Video interview with the hiring manager. Step 4: Video interview with a panel of HIAS employees. Step 5: Online reference check with SkillSurvey. Step 6: Offer and background check with Shield Screening. Step 7: Start your professional journey with HIAS! Note: Some of our hiring processes may vary, and not all candidates will advance to each step. ABOUT US: Over one hundred years ago, the Jewish community founded HIAS (originally the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society) in New York City, the immigrant gateway to America. Supporting Jews fleeing persecution and poverty in Eastern Europe, our founders were guided by the traditions, texts and history of the Jewish people—a history of oppression, displacement and diaspora. HIAS has since helped generations of Jews facing violence because of who they were, and HIAS remains committed to helping Jewish refugees anywhere in the world. Today, our clients at HIAS come from diverse faiths, ethnicities and backgrounds, as do our staff. We bring our experience, history and values to our work across five continents, ensuring that refugees today receive the vital services and opportunities they need to thrive. HIAS is a learning community, committed to diversity and inclusion. We do our work with integrity, accountability, transparency and a commitment to the highest ethical standards. We seek employees from diverse backgrounds and life experiences to join our teams located in the United States and across the globe. People who identify as BIPOC, people with disabilities, people from the LGBTQ+ community and people with lived experiences of forced displacement or immigration are all encouraged to apply. We are committed to building a diverse workforce that reflects our vision, mission and values. VISION: HIAS stands for a world in which refugees find welcome, safety and opportunity. MISSION: Drawing on our Jewish values and history, HIAS provides vital services to refugees and asylum seekers around the world and advocates for their fundamental rights so they can rebuild their lives. VALUES: Welcome • Acogimiento • Hospitalité • Hachnasat Orchim We Welcome the Stranger Justice • Justicia • Justice • Tzedek We Pursue Justice Empathy • Empatía • Empathie • Chesed We Approach our Clients with Empathy Partnership • Compañerismo • Coopération • Chevruta We Believe in Changing the World through Partnership Courage • Coraje • Courage • Ometz We Act with Courage to Build a Better World Resilience • Resiliencia • Résilience • Ruach We Adapt and Thrive, Continuously Demonstrating our Resilience DIVERSITY: HIAS is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. As an equal opportunity employer, all qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, ethnic background, ancestry, citizenship status, religious creed, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, registered domestic partner or civil union status, familial status, pregnancy, childbirth, military status, protected veteran status, political orientation or other legally protected status. How to applyPlease submit your resume, cover letter and application to our website: https://hias.hrmdirect.com/employment/job-opening.php?req=2056969&&nohd;#job
Grants Manager - Haiti
Country: Haiti Organization: Concern Worldwide Closing date: 1 Jun 2022 About the role This is a 18 month, role with unaccompanied terms based in Port of Prince, with 50% of the time scheduled and spent in the programme area. This is a grade 3 with a pro rata salary from 39 911 € to 44 346 € and benefits. You will report to the Programme Director (PD), and work closely with the Programme Managers (PM) and project teams. You will work with HQ Desk Officer (DO) and ensure effective coordination with HQ Technical Advisors in reporting and proposal development. You will also liaise closely with local partners on proposals and grant-related matters, ensuring efficient information flow. We would like you to start as soon as possible. This is a new role. Your purpose This role contributes to ensuring quality programming through effective grant management including programme development, proposal writing and grant management processes, ensuring compliance to internal and donor requirements and supporting and building team capacity on the same. This role supports the continued growth of the country programme grants portfolio and effective management of the overall grant cycle from program design till closeout. You will be responsible for maintaining up-to-date records for each grant both in the in-country grant filing system and online Grant Management System (GMS), and will work in close collaboration with the MEAL team and Programme Managers (PMs) to produce high quality donor reporting and ensure strong compliance with donor requirements. You will be responsible for 1. Grants Management · Oversee Concern Haiti’s grants portfolio, keeping respective managers and colleagues informed and update on donor policies and compliance requirements. · Maintain the country grants matrix: update and share regularly with the Country Management Team (CMT), respective PM and Desk Officer (DO), and lead on ensuring timely, accurate and quality reporting to donors. · Liaising with the respective PM, set up and facilitate timely grant opening and closure meetings, ensuring the participation of programme and systems staff, and partners as relevant. · Liaising with the PMs, Systems Director, Finance team, assist in ensuring strict compliance with donor and internal finance/logistics guidelines. Actively support managers on this, including coordination training/orientation sessions as necessary to the project team and partners. Keep up to date with relevant donor regulations and provide proposal development teams and PMs with correct proposal and reporting templates, and guidance on donor policies and compliance requirements, as well as support with the drafting of relevant sections as necessary. Collaborate with programme teams to ensure contractual visibility and communications requirements of the different donors are met. Participate in project review meetings to keep abreast of progress against contractual deliverables including outputs, outcomes and deliverables. Organize quarterly grant review meetings with the CMT, involving program and program support teams, to review progress against each grant and agree on follow up action · Review reports and proposals to ensure high quality of content and formatting, liaise with the DO and Technical Advisors for inputs and ensure comments taken on board. Support with drafting of sections as required. · Support the MEAL team in scheduling and planning surveys and evaluations, and ensure inclusion of appropriate outcomes and indicators in programme log frames. · In coordination with the CD and PD, represent Concern at donor, consortia and other meetings as required/requested. Document and share information arising with CD, PD, PMs and relevant colleagues. · Liaising with the PD, coordinate the review and development of consortium contracts, and liaising with the national Partnership and Protection Technical Advisor, coordinate the drafting of local partner contracts. ** Programme Development and Funding: · In collaboration with the CD and PD, research in country donor intelligence in order to understand their mission, policies, strategies, procedures and priorities, and actively identify and keep abreast of funding opportunities and key donor priorities and approaches to support programme growth in line with Concern Haiti’s Strategic Plan. · Providing and regularly updating the CD and PD of current donor trends, priorities for investment and of potential calls, as well as on networking opportunities to learn about/engage with new opportunities/priorities for the country programme. · In collaboration with the CD and PD update Concern Haiti’s Funding Strategy. · Arrange and facilitate proposal design/programme development meetings, ensuring participation of relevant colleagues from across the different sub-teams, and consortia partners as necessary. · Work with the programme and finance teams to develop cohesive, quality concept notes and proposals, ensuring internal and external deadlines met and technical expertise/knowledge incorporated. · Actively promote meaningful community participation and consultation at all stages of the project management cycle (planning, implementation, M&E;). · Working with the Technical Programme Coordinator, support programme teams to effectively mainstream cross-cutting issues and quality standards including Core Humanitarian Standards Information and Communications Management · Maintain folders, on GMS, Shared Drive and Sharepoint, of key organisational information required for proposals, and of all prior proposals submitted, for staff induction, learning and future reference purposes (with HQ Desk Officer support) i.e. grant and programme documents are uploaded in GMS and accessible to colleagues in all Haiti offices, including oversight of the GMS for Haiti. · In coordination with the PD and PMs, ensure the collection and proactive use of project participant case studies, photos, field reports and other information to demonstrate effectively to different audiences the achievements (and challenges) of programmes implemented. · In coordination with the CD, PD and PMs, ensure production of quarterly (or as agreed) Programme Updates, Briefing Papers and information packs for distributions to donors, working groups and external stakeholders’ i.e. production of documentation and success stories of current programmes that would be of interest to them/linked to their strategy. · Liaising with the CD and PD contribute to the Country Programme Annual Report and/or compile internal/external updates/reports as requested. Support the documentation of key Country level internal meetings and workshops with clear and concise minutes and action points · With support of relevant project teams, review materials to ensure quality and adherence to the Concern Code of Conduct and other guidelines, and liaise with CD, PD, Managers and DO for correct level sign off. Accountability In line with Concern’s commitments under the Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS): · actively promote meaningful community participation and consultation at all stages of the project cycle (planning, implementation, M&E;); · work with relevant colleagues to ensure that the Complaints and Response Mechanism (CRM) is functional and accessible, that feedback and complaints are welcomed and addressed; · work with relevant colleagues to ensure that information about CRM, safeguarding and expected staff behaviour is disseminated among programme participants and communities Capacity Development · Support identification of needs for capacity building within individuals and teams, source opportunities and, where relevant, directly lead training to build capacities in report writing, proposal development, documentation, case studies, and other relevant topics as agreed with the PD and respective PMs. · In liaison with the PD, respective PMs and the Partnership and Protection Technical Advisor provide report writing and grant management support and training to local partners. Other As a member of Concern's program team, proactively provide high quality resourcing services and support effectively and to the organization's staff. Including, but not limited to: · Actively participate in team planning and other meetings, working to define common goals and objectives and working to ensure they are successfully met. · Work proactively and timely with other teams, departments, programs to ensure best practices in administration and logistics is heard, captured, promoted and disseminated. · Support colleagues to ensure proactive and timely support is provided to the entire organization. · Activating a culture of friendly collaborative work within the team, actively sharing information and knowledge to contribute to effective support for the rest of the organization. · As a member of the Concern program team, work collaboratively with other teams, departments, programs to ensure best practices in administration and logistics are heard, captured, promoted and disseminated. · Demonstrate attitudes, values and actions that are in line with the principles of equality, equity and inclusion, and promote a work culture in the office as well as in the communities that fosters respect for others, inclusion and diversity, and the transformation of gender norms; Demonstrate attitudes, values and actions that are in line with the CoC and related policies. · Any other tasks related to his/her duties that may be requested by his/her supervisor. Your skills and experience will include: · Minimum of a Bachelor's degree in international development, project management or related discipline. · At least four years INGO experience, including at least two years working in a grants role and/or program management with partners and/or in consortia. · Familiarity with key humanitarian and development donors, and their specific reporting and compliance requirements (e.g. USAID/BHA, World Bank, Irish Aid, UN, EU, ECHO etc.). · Significant experience of proposal development and familiarity with proposal and reporting formats, including budget management and participatory planning, monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning methods. · Ability to thrive and act independently in a high-pressured, results-focused, dynamic environment. · Strong attention to detail in reviewing and inputting into reports, proposals and other documents, including budget development and expenditure tracking. · Experience identifying and documenting lessons learned, developing quality case studies and/or other communication resources for different audiences and other communication resources for different audiences. · Highly organized, with experience developing work plans and tracking tools. · Strong computer skills, especially Microsoft Office, Excel and PowerPoint. · Good networking, interpersonal and presentation skills, ideally in multicultural settings, with colleagues/partners at different levels. · Strong capacity building skills, and the ability to work with culturally diverse groups of people · Fluency in French and in English, including strong written and oral communication and interpersonal skills, and the ability to interact productively with partners and stakeholders (donors, technical departments, and institutions); excellent demonstrated ability to write reports and proposals · Ability to organize, plan effectively, work under pressure and often meet strict deadlines · Ability to work independently and manage a heavy work flow. · Empathy for the goals of the organization. We would also like: · Working with partners and/or in consortia · Experience at researching and producing learning papers an advantage · Experience in working in insecure environments · You to be culturally sensitive and empathic to others · You to be able to work under pressure and to strict deadlines; · You to have a sense of humour · A ‘can do’ attitude · You to have relevant computer software skills, including at a minimum, MS Office, etc. Familiarity with the Core Humanitarian Standard and its application. How to applyAll applications should be submitted through our website at https://jobs.concern.net by closing date. CV’s should be no more than 4 pages in length. All candidates who are short-listed for a first round interview will be notified via email after the application deadline. Concern is an equal opportunity employer and welcome applications from all section of the community. Concern has an organisational Code of Conduct (CCoC) with three Associated Policies; the Programme Participant Protection Policy (P4), the Child Safeguarding Policy and the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Policy. These have been developed to ensure the maximum protection of programme participants from exploitation, and to clarify the responsibilities of Concern staff, consultants, visitors to the programme and partner organisation, and the standards of behaviour expected of them. In this context, staff have a responsibility to the organisation to strive for, and maintain, the highest standards in the day-to-day conduct in their workplace in accordance with Concern’s core values and mission. Any candidate offered a job with Concern Worldwide will be expected to sign the Concern Code of Conduct and Associated Policies as an appendix to their contract of employment. By signing the Concern Code of Conduct, candidates acknowledge that they have understood the content of both the Code of Conduct and the Associated Policies and agree to conduct themselves in accordance with the provisions of these policies. Your Personal Data During this job application, you will provide Concern with your personal data. Concern takes its responsibilities towards this personal data very seriously and is committed to complying with all relevant data protection legislation. Concern receives a substantial amount of funding from external donors each year. Increasingly donors are introducing requirements whereby future funding is conditional on ensuring that the name of any employee or volunteer (existing or new), does not appear on terrorism lists generated by the European Union (List of person, groups and entities to which Regulation (EC No. 2580/2001 applies), the US Government (Office of Foreign Assets Control list of specially designated Nationals and Blocked Persons) and the United Nations (Consolidated List). Any offer of employment (either paid or voluntary) with Concern Worldwide will only be made following a successful clearance check being conducted on the applicant and such checks may be updated periodically during the course of the period of employment. By submitting a formal application for paid or voluntary employment to Concern, you agree to Concern carrying out a clearance check as outlined above and that Concern will not proceed to recruit you should your name appear on any of the aforementioned lists** In certain circumstances, donors may request that personal data relating to employees to work on the activities that they fund be provided directly to them - so that they can perform their own counter terrorism checks. This may involve transferring some basic personal data outside the EEA. It will be a condition of your employment contract that Concern be allowed to share this information with institutional donors for these purposes. For additional information please consult our web site or contact the Human Resource Division in our Head Office. You have certain rights under data protection legislation. For more information on how to exercise those rights please visit www.concern.net/about/privacy Please only apply for this position if you are satisfied with the proposed processing of your personal data as outlined above. Concern Worldwide is an Irish-based non-governmental, international, humanitarian organisation dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the ultimate elimination of extreme poverty in the world’s poorest countries.
Consultant (Project Manager)
Country: Timor-Leste Organization: WorldFish Center Closing date: 31 May 2022 Position: Consultant (Project Manager) Location: Dili, Timor Leste Application Deadline: 31 May 2022 Type of contract: Consultancy Contract Language(s) required: English (proficient/fluent writing and oral skills) About WorldFish WorldFish is an international, non-profit research and innovation organization reducing hunger, malnutrition and poverty across Africa, Asia and the Pacific. For over 45 years, our work on sustainable aquaculture and fisheries has improved the lives of millions of women, men and youth. Fish and other aquatic foods grown in and harvested from oceans, lakes, rivers and ponds provide income for more than 800 million people and provide 3.3 billion with 20% of their animal protein intake. Our focus on sustainability makes sure that the way we produce and use these foods today means a plentiful future of generations to come. Our evidence-based solutions range in scale from households to global policies and spans across six interlinked themes: nutrition, gender, climate, sustainability, economy and COVID-19. We champion aquatic foods for healthy people and planet and believe that a sustainable blue planet of well-nourished children, women and men is within our reach. Position Objective Partnership for Aquaculture Development in Timor-Leste Phase 2 (PADTL2), funded by Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) New Zealand and USAID, builds on the sound foundations laid by the first five-year phase (2014–2019) of PADTL for the scaling of genetically improved farmed tilapia (GIFT) farming in Timor-Leste. The consultant will oversee the implementation of PADTL2 and will be based in Dili, Timor-Leste. S/he will be providing comprehensive scientific, technical and management support to implement the PADTL2 Project which include but not limited to development of work plans, budgets, monitor progress, technical supervision of staff and consultants, represent WorldFish at external meetings and provide general procedural guidance to the government and national partners in designing and implementing specific research and development projects. Scope of Work Under guidance of Project Leader, ensure effective and efficient day-to-day operations of the PADTL2 project, including exceptional financial tracking and reporting with the highest integrity, alignment and accountability for quality in WorldFish systems and procedures. Provide technical guidance and manage implementation of Aquaculture Project in Timor-Leste according to the project scope. Develop activity-level work plans and budgets, monitor progress against project objectives and milestones, draft project reports, provide regular updates, and identify and alert potential risk factors to Project Leader and other relevant parties. Conceive, design and conduct research on aquaculture, integrated agriculture-aquaculture (IAA) systems, or aquaculture value chain and market fields, Develop and oversee the M&E; system for the PADTL2 project and ensure appropriate links and alignment to the Resilient Aquatic Food Systems for Healthy People and Planet Initiative outputs; Identify and contract, where necessary, and supervise the local office team to support implementation. Technically review the national and international consultants’ mission reports and other documents produced (e.g. training materials and research reports) before submission to the Project Leader, ensuring that all reports, manuals and other documentation prepared by consultants are of high quality. Identify and contract, where necessary, and coordinate with partners for implementation of relevant components of the project. Provide technical guidance and support and capacity building to national staff and partners in setting up and implementing effective systems for project administration, documentation, storage and analysis of data collected by projects and in preparing written materials. Represent WorldFish at external meetings and consultations and ensure that the project’s objectives and outputs are communicated appropriately. Prepare project reports/knowledge products as required for WorldFish, MFAT New Zealand and USAID. Deliverable: Provide a monthly report on the assigned task to the Project Leader. Requirements This opportunity might be suitable for the consultant (s) who have the skills and qualifications listed below: A Doctoral degree in aquaculture, fisheries, rural development, or social science and at least 5 years of relevant work experience. OR A Master’s Degree with at least 10 years of relevant working experience. Strong leadership, coordination, communication and program management skills (including work plan development and budgeting) with excellent analytical and writing skills. Demonstrated experience in agricultural project management and administration, with substantial knowledge in aquaculture and value chain. Ability to work with a diverse range of partners; government, NGO and private sector. Demonstrated experience in aquaculture/rural livelihood systems research and development in developing countries context. Experience in participatory planning and development techniques and livelihoods approaches in support of natural resources management or community development projects. Experience in the collection, storage and analysis of social and natural science research data. Experience coordinating multiple team members. Excellent communication skills with strong command of writing in English. Desirable Skills and Experience Language skills in Tetum, Bahasa Indonesia, Portuguese or Spanish a distinct advantage. Working experience in Timor-Leste is desirable. Familiarity with integrated farming systems, fish hatchery management, aquatic food systems and value chain in a developing country context. Experience in developing project proposal and obtaining research funds through competitive grant schemes. How to applyThe position requires the successful candidate to have the ability and willingness to travel frequently to field sites. In addition to have the confidence to present research work findings to donors, partners and international events both in Timor-Leste and abroad. The selection of the consultant will be based on the relevant qualification and experience, and the most competitive proposal. The interviews are expected will be held in June 2022 and only shortlisted consultant will be notified and expected to attend the interview. The successful consultant should be available to commence the consultancy contract for maximum of eight (08) months. We invite interested consultant(s) to submit the following information online here latest by 31 May 2022: A two (02) page (max) cover letter; explaining on your background and list of prior experience that ensures they are qualified to carry out the scope of work and your daily rate. Current curriculum vitae. Name and contacts (telephone and e-mail addresses) of three professional referees (clients), you have consulted for. None of referees will be contacted without your permission. The screening will start as soon as possible, and will continue until the position is filled. Only selected consultant candidates will be contacted. Our Gender, Diversity and Inclusion Commitment WorldFish has seven offices across Asia, Africa and the Pacific, with more than 400 staff and 27 nationalities who contribute to a dynamic multicultural work environment. WorldFish is committed to promoting a work environment where diversity and inclusion is valued and we seek to have gender balance in the organization. We aim to also seek balance across other diversity dimensions. People in WorldFish are treated equally irrespective of gender, ethnicity/race, national or social origin, disability, religion, political affiliation, age, family size, marital status or any other form of personal identity. We are an equal opportunities employer and strongly encourage qualified people from developing nations to apply.
Digital/Online Journalists (f/m/d) DW News, DW Delhi
Country: India Organization: Deutsche Welle Closing date: 12 Jun 2022 Deutsche Welle (DW) is Germany’s international public broadcaster, serving almost 200 million viewers, listeners and online users around the world with independent news and information in 30 languages. DW is seeking English-language digital/online journalists (f/m/d) DW News for Programming in Delhi as of September 2022 or as soon as possible on the basis of a freelance contract. THE ROLE Writing international breaking news articles and headlines for dw.com in English in a variety of formats Working with a range of sources, primarily news agencies and social media Writing with accuracy, clarity and concision under intense time pressure Identifying stories that are relevant to DW’s international audience Layouting multimedia articles Community management of DW News’ flagship Facebook and Twitter accounts Writing compelling posts and tweets that grab users’ attention in line with the account profiles Working closely with the online and social video teams in Delhi and Germany to steer content Get on board as one of the world’s leading broadcasters strengthens its coverage in South Asia Be part of an energetic new multi-platform, multi-lingual team in Delhi working closely with colleagues in Germany and around the world Get opportunities to develop your skills and apply them as you grow your career DESIRED PROFILE University degree in a relevant discipline or equivalent journalistic training Professional experience in online journalism Experience of writing effective SEO headlines Deep familiarity with social media as a newsgathering tool Extensive knowledge of international politics and current affairs Extensive understanding of the media landscape in South Asia Commitment to teamwork, creativity and flexibility Commitment to DW’s values of independent journalism and promoting understanding between cultures and peoples Ability and willingness to work night shifts Native-level command of English German language skills a bonus As employees of Deutsche Welle, we identify with the values laid down in the Deutsche Welle Act. We are especially opposed to every form of discrimination, racism and antisemitism. How to applyHave we aroused your interest? Then we look forward to receiving your application by June 12, 2022. Please submit your application (in English) - composed of your cover letter, CV including links to published work samples, confirmation of university degree, as well as at least two references on demand, merged into one PDF file - via the DW online application portal at https://recruitingapp-5401.de.umantis.com/Vacancies/1417/Description/2.
Campaign and Social Media Lead
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Organization: Sightsavers Closing date: 29 May 2022 Location: UK** Contract: **Permanent Salary: £33,000 - £37,000 depending on experience Purpose of role Our Social Media team have a great opportunity for a talented campaign and social media professional to join their smart team. The role sits within the organisation’s Campaigning and Communications Directorate, delivering creative and effective social media communications to support campaigning, brand awareness and fundraising activities. About the role of Campaign and Social Media Lead The post-holder will manage social media communications and support media objectives for the Equal World campaign, in line with channel approaches and wider campaign strategy. This will involve engaging with and growing a global community of active disability inclusion campaigners online, using creative social media executions, media outreach and influencer engagement tactics to deliver policy campaign objectives. They will support the broader inclusion communications strategy through social media and media work, ensuring Sightsavers channels’ campaign comms showcase our disability inclusion work to date. Key areas of focus: Sightsavers social media strategy for the Equal World Campaign Facilitation and stewardship of the Equal World Facebook group Growth of user generated social to drive conversation around campaigns Reporting on, analysing, tracking trends within social media to enhance inclusion-led social media to drive the campaign Deliver reactive social media to support the campaign and bring it to the attention of new audiences by responding to external moments/trending conversations. Manage the production of social media posts and identify opportunities for user-generated social to drive conversation around the campaign. Identifying media stories and opportunities to promote the Equal World campaign through organic media outreach Managing relationships and story sharing with news outlets on a regular basis. Proactively identify stories from the organisation that could work for these and propose them to media officers/managers for discussion Identify opportunities for content collection and creation, developing briefs with the Content and Stories team to source content for channel use. Support content production for other digital platforms as needed and agreed with your line manager (e.g. blogs, website news stories, social media toolkits). Knowledge, skills and experience for Campaign and Social Media Lead Essential: Previous experience in a similar level social media and/or digital campaigning role Excellent communication and creative skills. Experience in writing for social/digital media and using image/video editing tools. Experience of media outreach activities and monitoring the external media landscape for reporting purposes Fluent in English Can use their own initiative and work independently as well as in a team. An understanding of and commitment to equality of opportunities for people with disabilities. Able to work flexibly to ensure timelines are met Can effectively assist project management and deliver against deadlines The Campaign and Social Media Lead is a highly varied and involved role and the above is not an exhaustive list of duties or required professional skills. Please see the Job Description for full details. Closing date: 29 May 2022** Interviews are likely to take place during the week commencing 6 June 2022, but may be delayed. Candidates will be asked to complete a task when they are invited to interview. Next Steps As an equal opportunity employer we actively encourage applications from all sections of the community. Sightsavers is a Disability Confident Leader therefore qualified people living with a disability are particularly encouraged to apply. How to applyTo apply for the opportunity please use our web site and click on the Apply Here icon. Please complete your application in English and detail all relevant professional experience within the application form.
Operations Manager - Mozambico (Pemba/Maputo)
Country: Mozambique Organization: Associazione Volontari per il Servizio Internazionale Closing date: 29 May 2022 Starting date: 01/09/2022 **Period:**1 year, renewable Language proficiency Proficient knowledge of English (written and oral) C1** Reporting structure: 1st AVSI Mozambique Country Representative 2nd AVSI South & East Africa Regional Manager Aim of the position: The Operations Manager assures efficiency and efficacy in all operations within the country. She\he assures compliance (accountability) with AVSI's internal policies and procedures, and according to those provided by the Donors. The Operations Manager performs each activity according to the Code of Ethics in line with AVSI Mission, Values and Method and shares the organizational culture with colleagues, beneficiaries and all stakeholders. He\she is a role model in understating, sharing and adhering to AVSI core values and behaviors (focusing on transparency, integrity, accountability, etc. as per AVSI Code of Ethics) and ensures their adoption and implementation. Main tasks and responsibility: Under the lead of the Country Representative he\she, plays a key role in the development and implementation of the country programme direction and strategy in all aspect related to operations. Collaborate with HR at the Country level for administrative issue related to employment and under the supervision of the Country Representative Ensure compliance with AVSI policies and local laws including NGO law, tax, and any other applicable local laws, providing a framework for effective policy implementation concerning operations. Developing and implementing annual departmental plans in line with the country annual plan and measuring performance against key indicators Comply and support the implementation and correct application in all AVSI Mozambique offices and field bases of all Procedures (Mozambique Operations Manual) and guidelines and actively engage in problem solving through informed and innovative solutions Represent AVSI in technical forums and to donors and other external stakeholders (including the media) when requested by the Country Representative Under the supervision of the Country Representative he\she is the liaison with HR at the local level for the administrative aspect of employment Specific duties: As a member of the Strategic Management Team Under the lead of the Country Director, to play a key role in setting /developing as well as implementing policy and strategic direction of the country programme To actively engage in problem solving through informed and innovative solutions To comply and support the implementation of all procedures and guidelines To support AVSI teams in delivery of quality programmes through coordination, advice, information sharing & analysis To co-ordinate activities between all field offices in Mozambique and the country office in Maputo Operational Management Overall responsibility for effective and efficient management of the field projects consistent with the project management cycle and AVSI’s systems, policies and procedures Ensure compliance by providing a framework for effective policy implementation Ensure the developing and implementation of annual departmental plans (finance and administration, Logistic) in line with AVSI HQ policies Work closely with the Country Director, Logistics, Administration Managers as well as Program Managers to ensure quality programme implementation Line-manage the AVSI Project Coordinators to ensure that appropriate management, administration, logistic, finance, and communication systems are in place and followed Coordinate activities and maintain continuous communication flow between the field offices and the country office in Maputo Ensure monitoring systems are in place and that project reviews/audits are carried out periodically in conjunction with the team, Country Director, local stakeholders and project partners Through regular field visits and good communication with field sites provide sound technical advice on the operational aspects of project management i.e. logistics, finance and administration Represent AVSI Mozambique in technical forums and to donors and other external stakeholders (including the media), when requested by the Country Director Programme Development Ensure all relevant authorities are included in the planning and implementation of projects as appropriate Draw up plans, proposals and budgets for new projects/extensions of projects in conjunction with the relevant team and financial staff Proactively contribute to programme development and strategy Logistics/Finance/Administration Ensure all projects adhere to AVSI’s systems and procedures (administrative, financial and logistical) so that effective and efficient support functions contribute to improvement of programme quality Ensure that project implementation meets donor compliance requirements Together with the Administration and Finance Manager, Logistics Manager and Human Resources Manager, provide the Project Coordinators the necessary support to ensure appropriate AVSI administrative, financial and logistics systems/procedures are in place, maintained and adhered to so that all support functions are carried out effectively and efficiently Ensure AVSI in complies with all legal and bureaucratic requirements in country Support field sites in the timely preparation of projected expenditures each month (cash book management) and discuss/analyse monthly Financial Planning and reports Exercise accurate budget control and ensure financial management at project sites are in line with relevant project proposals Oversee budgets revision/realignments for submission to donors and provide advice and assistance where necessary Ensure that an overview of project spending and financial reporting is maintained and provide advice and assistance whenever required strengthen capacity of administration / logistic staff through ad hoc and on the job train Representation With the Country Representative’s approval, represent AVSI to donors, local institutions and authorities, NGOs and other parties as necessary Essential Requirement: Education: University degree in Business Administration, Economics or equivalent Work experience: at least 2 years of experience in development/Humanitarian context Required skills and experiences: At least 5 years of experience in finance/accounting/administration sector Proficient knowledge of the standard IT software Strong capacities of financial management and planning Leadership and training skills Corporate managing and organizational skills Capacities of managing of external audits How to applyPlease go on our website avsi.org and apply.
VERSIONES AMIGABLES SOBRE PARTICIPACIÓN Y SALVAGUARDA INFANTIL Y JUVENIL DE ALDEAS INFANTILES SOS AMÉRICA LATINA Y EL CARIBE
Organization: SOS Children's Villages International Closing date: 1 Jun 2022 Esta es una consultoría para la Oficina Regional de Aldeas Infantiles SOS América Latina y El Caribe. Para más detalle consultar los Términos de Referencia para "VERSIONES AMIGABLES SOBRE PARTICIPACIÓN Y SALVAGUARDA INFANTIL Y JUVENIL DE ALDEAS INFANTILES SOS AMÉRICA LATINA Y EL CARIBE" I. Antecedentes* Aldeas Infantiles SOS es una organización promotora de los derechos humanos, que busca atender a niños, niñas, adolescentes y jóvenes que han perdido el cuidado familiar o que están en riesgo de perderlo debido a diversas situaciones de vulnerabilidad, con el fin de impulsar su desarrollo pleno e integral, autonomía y adecuada integración en la sociedad, mediante la prevención de la pérdida del cuidado familiar, el acogimiento en modalidades de cuidado alternativo que les brinden un entorno familiar protector y el fortalecimiento de sus redes familiares y sociales. Aldeas Infantiles SOS América Latina y el Caribe (LAAM) trabaja en 146 localidades de 20 países, a través de más de 400 programas de atención a niños, niñas, adolescentes, jóvenes (NNAJ) y sus familias en diversos contextos sociales y culturales. Específicamente, Aldeas Infantiles SOS LAAM brinda cuidados directos a 12.900 niños, niñas, adolescentes y jóvenes a través de distintas modalidades de cuidado alternativo. La participación infantil y juvenil es concebida organizacionalmente como un derecho, reflejado en el derecho a participar, a la libertad de expresión, la libertad de pensamiento, conciencia y religión, la libertad de asociación y el acceso a una información contenidos tanto en la Convención de Derechos del Niño(a) y Convención Iberoamericana de Derechos de Jóvenes, como un principio, la cual fundamenta la comprensión de todos los otros derechos, como un objetivo, buscando la participación de niños, niñas, adolescentes y jóvenes en toda acción que les que concierna a su vida y como estrategia, reconociendo que la única forma de aprender a participar, es participando. Dentro de Aldeas Infantiles SOS, la participación es además un impulso estratégico, promoviéndose la participación progresiva de niñas, niños, adolescentes y jóvenes en todos los procesos y prácticas de su atención como parte de su preparación para la vida independiente (IE3- Estrategia 2030 y Promesa de Cuidado SOS) y que se trabaje en alianza con ellos y ellas para abogar por sus derechos, para la transformación de la organización y los sistemas de protección (IE4- Estrategia 2030), garantizándoles el espacio, la voz, la audiencia y la influencia de una participación significativa (Guía de Uso para el Desarrollo de Jóvenes). A nivel federativo, se cuenta con la Guía Global de Participación de Jóvenes y una Caja de Herramientas para la organización de eventos de abogacía con niños, niñas, adolescentes y jóvenes, con el fin de potenciar el trabajo estratégico en esta línea. En 2020, Aldeas Infantiles SOS América Latina y el Caribe realizó un mapeo regional de participación con las 20 Asociaciones Nacionales de Aldeas Infantiles SOS de la región, con la participación de 718 NNAJ en los Programas, encontrándose que existe en su mayoría una visión transversal de la participación e incidencia de NNAJ y la necesidad de potenciar un enfoque más estratégico en las Asociaciones Miembro y la Oficina Regional, asimismo, si bien existen actualmente referentes e insumos nacionales, regionales e internacionales de participación e incidencia de NNAJ dentro de Aldeas Infantiles SOS, se requiere consolidar currículas de formación, metodologías de participación, espacios y mecanismos concretos para estructurar y asegurar la calidad e impacto en los procesos de participación activa y protagónica. A partir de este proceso de desarrollo es que se propone la realización de versiones amigables para personas adolescentes y jóvenes sobre documentos ya existentes dentro de la organización, con la finalidad de que las personas participantes puedan tener un acceso más democrático a la información a través de mecanismos claros, que respondan a sus necesidades y que puedan ser construidos de manera colaborativa con ellos y ellas. Es así como, la presente consultoría, asesorará y apoyará los esfuerzos regionales para mediar pedagógicamente en lenguaje amigable y diagramar de manera atractiva para adolescentes y jóvenes dos documentos regionales ya existentes, con la finalidad de obtener materiales que puedan ser utilizados tanto por las oficinas nacionales y Programas locales, como por las personas adolescentes y jóvenes. II. Objetivos General Diseñar dos materiales en versión amigable para adolescentes y jóvenes basados en documentos regionales ya existentes para la generación de información accesible y transparente. Específicos Mediar pedagógicamente los contenidos identificados por Aldeas Infantiles SOS LAAM en un lenguaje y nivel de comprensión amigable con personas adolescentes y jóvenes. Estructurar al menos tres sesiones virtuales con personas adolescentes y jóvenes para la obtención de insumos para la mediación y diagramación de los materiales ** Diagramar, graficar e ilustrar las dos versiones amigables según las necesidades de las personas adolescentes y jóvenes. Validar las versiones amigables con el equipo técnico y las personas adolescentes y jóvenes. III. Metodología La metodología propuesta deberá considerar los siguientes factores: Enmarcada en el Enfoque de Derechos Humanos, con perspectiva de género, enfoque intergeneracional, interseccional e intercultural, enfoque de juventudes y de diversidad funcional. Amigable y atractiva para la edad y etapas de desarrollo de adolescentes y jóvenes Adecuada para los diferentes grupos etarios de adolescentes y jóvenes con historias de vida complejas Integrada a plataformas, espacios y referentes ya existentes de Aldeas Infantiles SOS y sus aliados Contempla los 20 países que integran la región LAAM (República Dominicana, Haití, Jamaica, México, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panamá, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Perú, Brasil, Chile, Paraguay, Argentina y Uruguay). La traducción del material queda excluida de la presente consultoría. Entregar los materiales y sus contenidos en el formato necesario para su uso digital, su impresión y su potencial edición y/o traducción. Las actividades esperadas para esta consultoría incluyen: Elaborar un cronograma y plan de trabajo para el desarrollo de la consultoría. Participar del proceso de inducción por parte de Aldeas Infantiles SOS LAAM y firmar el código de conducta de la Organización. Revisar referentes bibliográficos y plataformas organizacionales clave para el desarrollo de la consultoría. Comunicación constante entre el equipo consultor y las personas responsables del proyecto en Aldeas Infantiles SOS LAAM: reuniones de coordinación y revisión de los productos de la consultoría con el equipo de trabajo regional asignado al proyecto y cualquier otra persona que el equipo de Aldeas Infantiles SOS LAAM considere pertinente. Mediar pedagógicamente documentos regionales ya existentes, los cuales ya han sido priorizados por el equipo técnico de la Oficina Regional de Aldeas Infantiles SOS, para la construcción de dos versiones amigables para personas adolescentes y jóvenes. Estructurar y facilitar al menos una sesión de trabajo de manera virtual con personas adolescentes y jóvenes para la identificación de intereses para diagramar y graficar las versiones amigables. Estructurar y facilitar al menos una sesión virtual de validación de contenidos y diagramación de las dos versiones amigables generadas por el equipo consultor, con la previa validación del equipo regional de Aldeas Infantiles SOS. Incorporar observaciones realizadas en sesiones de validación con el equipo de trabajo de Aldeas Infantiles SOS LAAM Estructurar y facilitar al menos una sesión virtual de presentación de resultados a personas adolescentes y jóvenes con las dos versiones amigables aprobado previamente por el equipo regional de Aldeas Infantiles SOS. VII. Productos Producto 1: Plan de trabajo y cronograma de la consultoría; debe contener la propuesta de trabajo con las personas adolescentes y jóvenes. Producto 2: Al menos una sesión de trabajo de manera virtual con personas adolescentes y jóvenes para la identificación de intereses para diagramar y graficar las versiones amigables Producto 3: Versión amigable de documento sobre Salvaguarda Infantil y Juvenil Producto 4: Versión amigable de documento sobre Participación Infantil y Juvenil Producto 5: Al menos una sesión virtual de validación de contenidos y diagramación de las dos versiones amigables generadas por el equipo consultor, con la previa validación del equipo regional de Aldeas Infantiles SOS. Producto 6: Una sesión virtual de presentación de resultados a personas adolescentes y jóvenes en conjunto con el equipo regional de Aldeas Infantiles SOS. IV. Duración La duración de la consultoría se hará de acuerdo a los productos establecidos en este documento. Para el logro de los objetivos propuestos se considera un plazo de 5 meses a partir de firmado el contrato. V. Perfil del equipo de la consultoría Al menos un miembro del equipo con formación en Ciencias Sociales o carrera afín Al menos un miembro del equipo con formación en Diseño Gráfico o carrera afín Mínimo 2 años de experiencia en promoción de los derechos humanos Experiencia específica de trabajo en la promoción y sensibilización de derechos de participación de niños, niñas, adolescentes y jóvenes Amplia experiencia en la facilitación de procesos de desarrollo de capacidades y/o consultorías en torno a derechos de niños, niñas, adolescentes y jóvenes Experiencia de trabajo en generación de material amigable de niños, niñas, adolescentes y jóvenes a nivel de América Latina y el Caribe. Trabajar desde el enfoque de derechos humanos, juventudes y género Preferible: conocimiento y/o experiencia en el trabajo con niños, niñas, adolescentes y jóvenes en modalidades alternativas de cuidado VI. Procedimiento en la selección Posterior a la evaluación de las ofertas técnicas y económicas presentadas por los equipos oferentes que cumplen con los requisitos definidos en estos términos de referencia, se procederá a seleccionar al consultor/a definitivo. VII. Honorarios Se analizarán las propuestas de honorarios de los/as consultores/as interesados/as. La oferta económica no deberá contemplar gastos de viaje, ya que se trata de una consultoría virtual. How to applyVIII. Recepción de solicitudes Carta de presentación y/o interés sobre la consultoría. Hoja de vida y profesional (si se trata de un equipo, incluir el de cada miembro) y si aplica, su catálogo de servicios previos. Oferta técnica y económica según TDR. Se solicita enviar la información a las siguientes direcciones de correo electrónico: Programas.LAAM@sos-kd.org con copia a paola.bogantes@sos-kd.org y jessica.ugalde@sos-kd.org Fecha límite de recepción de ofertas: lunes 01 de junio 2022
Supply Chain Coordinator - Gaziantep
Country: Turkey Organization: International Rescue Committee Closing date: 16 Jun 2022 The Syria crisis is often described as the worst humanitarian catastrophe since the end of the Cold War. Today, 13.4 million people in Syria - more than half of the country's population - are in need of humanitarian assistance with needs increasingly being exacerbated by economic decline. Of these, 6.8 million are refugees and asylum-seekers who have fled the country. This is no short-term humanitarian episode. The devastating human consequences to huge numbers of people will endure for decades. The destruction of relationships, communities, livelihoods, homes and infrastructure will take years to repair. IRC is offering a robust humanitarian response to the Syria crisis a rapidly expanding portfolio, supported by more than 1000+ staff in Syria Country Program. IRC is undertaking programs in Syria and the neighboring countries of Turkey, Iraq, Lebanon and Jordan in the fields of health, child protection, early childhood development, education, women’s protection and empowerment, non-food items and food distribution, cash assistance, water and sanitation, protection and rule of law, and livelihood programming. Our work in these challenging settings gives rise to some of the most pressing issues facing contemporary humanitarian action, including questions of access, security, funding and coordination. Job Overview/Summary: Supply Chain Coordinator is a key position to the success and delivery of quality programs. IRC defines Supply Chain as those systems and support functions necessary to implement programs effectively, inclusive of procurement, logistics, inventory management, property and asset management as well as vehicle and fleet management. The Supply Chain Coordinator is accountable for the design, planning, execution and monitoring of supply chain activities for the Syria Country Program. He/she is also responsible for maintaining and increasing performance quality throughout the Supply Chain team in North West Syria in collaboration with Field Director and respective supply chain management team members. Responsibilities: Supply Chain General Management • Ensure timely, responsive and provide oversight to Supply chain department to ensure it is compliant with applicable policies, due diligences, procedures and regulations. • In liaison with Field Director, oversee compliance in the field and attend any performance issues observed or reported in order to ensure correction measures are set and implemented. • As part of contracts management, monitor utilization in terms of meeting terms and conditions in addition to vendor performance to ensure satisfactory service delivery and achieving value for money. • Provide technical oversight and support to field management for field facilities, asset and inventory control in line with policies and procedures and to meet program needs. • Disseminate IRC Supply chain policies and procedures to ensure staff awareness is adequate and are in complaint and meeting the requirements. Furthermore, and in liaison with Field Director, work actively with field management to ensure consistency whilst implementing IRC standard operating policies and procedures. • Collaborate with the Finance department to ensure that internal controls are met and ensure operations efficiency. • Proactively engage with field management to support staff on enhancing the know-how and utilize supply chain tools to design and implement quality programming. • Proactively engage with Partnership department to stay up-to date on partnership development and engagement plans. Ensure adequate capacity dedicated for partnership and mobilize resources for PAA activities, Supply chain on-job support, capacity building initiatives and performance reviews as deemed necessary. • Oversee the implementation of corrective measures to address any gaps or shortcomings flagged by internal/external audit reports. Supply Chain Planning The Supply Chain Coordinator is responsible for supply chain activities planning and developing supply chain plans to support program implementation and coordinate closely with internal and external stakeholders. Supply chain planning includes; procurement plans, warehousing plans, transport plans, staffing plans, distribution plans and training plans. • Ensure procurement plans are developed for all active grants in collaboration with program Coordinators/Managers and Field Director. • Ensure that program team develop distribution plan for supplies and assets, and have attention to items with closed grants in the warehouses in the field. • Coordinate with field management and guide the supply chain field staff on ensuring that there is sufficient spaces in the warehouses before sending program supplies to the IRC field sites or partnership designated locations inside Syria. • Ensure supply chain staff training and capacity building plans are developed as the PMEs and incorporated into the budgets. • Ensure that supply chain department is has adequate staffing and roles and responsibilities area realistic and clearly incorporated in job descriptions. Procurement Management The Supply Chain Coordinator owns, manages and drives IRC in country procurement strategies, policies and procedures, the supply Chain Coordinator ensures all country program procurement needs are met on time in accordance with GSC standards. • Ensure compliance to IRC and donor policies in the procurement of program supplies and assets. • Ensure review and execution of procurement contracts in timely fashion • Ensure Implementation of GSC SOPs in both Gaziantap Based and inside Syria offices. • Contribute as necessary to ‘Whole of Syria’ transition plans in terms of procurement planning for country program requirements across all areas. • Contribute to framework agreements approach for recurring procurements of products and services to achieve economies of scale and better contractual terms and conditions, and value for money. • Make sure supply chain monthly and quarterly reports submitted on time to DDO and RSCD. Including reporting on KPIs (performance scorecards), and BvA. • Organize procurement trainings sessions for procurement / tender committees in Gaziantap based North West Syria ,and non - supply chain staff if deemed necessary. • Review procurement documents before payments. • Ensure all Suppliers/service providers Information, history and performance are filed and kept confidentially in all offices. • Ensue supply chain staff assigned conduct Market Survey and analysis quarterly and shared with extended senior management team. • Identifying fraud and corruption red flags and address to direct manager and / or through IRC reporting mechanisms on timely manner. • Establish reasonable and appropriate lead-time for all procurement of program supplies and delivery of goods to the program sites. • Work with Field Director and respective field management to ensure effectiveness, countrywide uniformity of supply chain structure and implementation of the IRC’s standard operating policies and procedures Inventory Management The Supply Chain Coordinator is responsible for managing and controlling all inventory and warehouses operation for the country program and ensure that their excellent records keeping, implement inventory standard operating procedures and control as provided by GSC. • Ensure Implementing IRC inventory policies in all IRC Syria Country Program Northwest Syria and Gaziantep offices / locations. • Produce grants ending and year ending inventory report in timely manner. • In liaison with Field Director, monitor and check warehouses/stores safety is IRC standard through supply chain assessment tool. Assets Management The Supply Chain Coordinator is responsible for the procurement, maintenance, safe keeping and record or all IRC country program assets and equipment related to Turkey office and Northwest. The Supply Chain Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of the administrative, financial, capital and operations of asset management in accordance with IRC and donors’ rules and regulations. • Ensure the Implementation of IRC Asset policies in all IRC Syria Country Program Northwest Syria and Gaziantep offices / locations.. • Asset maintenance and tracking • Disposal process • Ensure spot-checks are done systematically, documented, and reported for all IRC assets, inventory and equipment at least once in the year. Vehicles & Transport Management The Supply Chain Coordinator is responsible for overseeing all IRC country fleet (if any) and transportation activities inside Syria, ensure that all IRC fleet operations are conducted with adherence to IRC vehicles policies and procedures including vehicles procurement, vehicles movement, maintenance, and reporting accuracy. • Ensure all IRC vehicles (if any) or vehicles of utilized service providers inside Syria are in good condition and well maintained • Where applicable and IRC fleet is available, to ensure local fleet management policy is implemented and followed by all in all IRC Syria Country Program Northwest Syria and Gaziantep offices / locations. • Review regularly fuel consumption management for both IRC vehicles (if any) or the contracted transport service providers that are allocated to programs. • Implement vehicle tracking through technological solutions and advice on more efficient movement plans for vehicles. • Review vehicle and transport services monthly reports and provide necessary support to the supply chain staff inside Syria. • Implement due diligence process on Drivers’ selection, background/reference checks, and contract management. Compliance and Ethics The supply Chain Coordinator is responsible for identifying and analyzing compliance risk in supply chain process, implement strong procurement controls, identify procurement red flags, implement internal and external audit corrective action plans and ensure all supply chain activities are conducted in ethical manners. Staff Performance Management, Learning & Development • Hire, supervise, and build the capacity of team members in relevant technical and management competencies. • Develop and implement remote management capacity building approaches to build the strengths the teams in Syria. • Coach, train, supervise and mentor direct-report staff, including communicating clear expectations, setting annual performance objectives, providing regular and timely positive and constructive performance feedback, and providing documented semi-annual performance reviews. • Maintain open and professional relations with team members, promoting a strong team spirit and providing oversight and guidance to enable staff to successfully perform in their positions. • Approve and manage time, attendance and leave requests to ensure adequate departmental coverage; ensure monthly, accurate timesheet submission and carry out probationary reviews. • Hold high-quality meetings with each direct report on a regular and predictable basis, minimally on a monthly basis. • Provide a measurable development plan including on-the-job learning with the aim of strengthening technical capacity, exchanging knowledge within the team and providing guidance on career paths. • As required, identify staff performance issues and work with Human Resources to document and address these in accordance with the National Staff Employment Policies. • Maintain open and professional relations with team members, promoting a strong team spirit and providing oversight and guidance to enable staff to successfully perform in their positions. • Promote and monitor staff care and well-being. Model healthy work-life balance practices. Support appropriate interventions in response to identified staff care needs of both national and international staff. • Look for opportunities to support staff in their career growth, where appropriate. As part of succession plan and nationalization goals, identify, train and develop capability and capacity of national staff to successfully transition role and responsibilities, by the end of assignment. Required Experience/qualification/Skills: • University Degree, minimum 5-7 years of progressive Supply Chain professional experience or equivalent education and experience. • Exposure to Humanitarian supply chain management and experience with and INGO is an asset. • Demonstrated success as a Supply Chain leader across all disciplines within supply chain including planning, procurement and logistics • Broad knowledge and experience in Supply Chain strategies, market analysis techniques, procurement and contracting, fleet and Transport management, inventory, property and asset management • Familiarity of donors (US government, European, UN) policies and regulations is an asset. • Strong collaborator and influencer with effective interpersonal and analytical skills who is able to work seamlessly across countries, cultures, and organizational units • Strong leadership qualities and willingness to exercise initiative. Ability to set an example of leadership for staff in adhering to IRC management policies. • Demonstrated experience of remote management including but not limited to the provision of technical support and the delivery of staff training on a remote basis. • Ability to handle sensitive situations diplomatically with strong interpersonal and communication skills. • Able to work effectively in a highly matrixed structure • Strong financial management and budgeting skills • Excellent training and coaching ability • Ability to travel to remote field offices. • Full professional competency in Microsoft Office Suite, especially Word, Excel, PowerPoint. • Credible written, presentation and verbal communication skills; ability to convey information effectively and solid experience providing training and staff development • Validated sense of professional discretion, integrity, and ability to handle complex situations diplomatically and to effective resolution. • Excellent management and interpersonal skills and a solid ability to promote harmonious/cohesive teamwork, in a cross-cultural context. • Validated ability to plan long-term, organize priorities and work under administrative and programmatic pressures with detail orientation and professional patience. • Highly collaborative and resourceful; ability to establish positive working relationships with senior level management and all other partners to maximize cooperation and productivity. • Curiosity, a desire to continually learn and develop and a sense of humor is a must. • Analytical ability in creating effective solutions to complex matters while adhering to labor laws and internal policies. Language/Travel: • Fluency in English required, and fluency in Turkish and/or Arabic is an asset. • Travel: 20% to field sites as well as attending regional and global workshops and meetings as needed. Key Working Relationships: Position Reports to: Field Director, Northwest Syria Position directly supervises: Northwest SC staff (procurement + logistics) Indirect Reporting (If applicable): Deputy Director Operations, Regional Supply Chain Director Key Internal Contacts: Field Director, Regular relationships with HQ, regional and country Supply Chain staff at all levels, Deputy Director of Operations, Country Director, IRC Program departments Key External Contacts: May Serve as IRC Supply Chain representative in outside meetings, other non-governmental organizations, inter-agency groups and foundations. Professional Standards: IRC staff must adhere to the values and principles outlined in IRC Way – Global Standards for Professional Conduct. These are Integrity, Service, Accountability and Equality. In accordance with these values, IRC operates and carries out policies on Beneficiary Protection from Exploitation and Abuse, Child Safeguarding, Anti-Workplace Harassment, Respect at Work Fiscal Integrity, and Anti-Retaliation. Returning National Candidates: We strongly encourage national or returning national candidates to apply for this position. If you are a citizen of the Country in which this position is based and are currently located outside of your home country and possess over two years of international work experience, the Middle East Region has introduced an attractive remuneration package. The package includes competitive compensation, return flight to post, shipping allowance, temporary housing and a relocation allowance. Certain restrictions may apply. IRC strives to attract, motivate and retain qualified national staff in our programs. Accountability to Clients: IRC staff must adhere to the commitment of contributing to the sustainability and development of its (CR) Client Responsiveness Mechanisms, preserving the culture of prioritizing the needs of our clients and affected communities by systematically listening to their perspectives and using their feedback to make programmatic decisions and give them greater influence over program design and delivery. Gender Equality: IRC is committed to narrowing the gender gap in leadership positions. We offer benefits that provide an enabling environment for women to participate in our workforce including parental leave, gender-sensitive security protocols and other supportive benefits and allowances. Diversity and Inclusion: at IRC MENA, we are passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that promotes and values diversity. Organizations that are diverse in age, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, ethnicity, nationality, and perspective are validated to be better organizations. More importantly, creating a safe workspace environment where everyone, from any background, can do their best is the right thing to do. So, bring your whole self to work. How to applyhttps://rescue.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/27660?c=rescue
Global Advocacy Monitoring Adviser
Organization: Sightsavers Closing date: 23 May 2022 Location: Senegal/Ghana/Nigeria/Cameroon/Kenya/Uganda/Zambia/Bangladesh/Pakistan Contract: Fixed Term Contract 2 Years (renewable)** Salary: **Local Terms and Conditions apply Purpose of role The post-holder will work to progress and strengthen Sightsavers work in advocacy monitoring, evaluation, analysis, and learning. They will influence and engage decision makers on areas of data policy including but not restricted to inclusive data and the Sustainable Development Goals. The post-holder will provide expert technical guidance to Policy and Global Advocacy (PGA), working closely with the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) team and Sightsavers Country Offices on monitoring, evaluation and learning from an influencing and advocacy perspective. About the role of Global Advocacy Monitoring Adviser The role forms an integral part of maintaining and growing Sightsavers profile as a leader in this sector. The post-holder will develop forums for knowledge share related to what works while identifying challenges faced by multiple countries; managing interactions between the Policy and Global Advocacy (PGA) and Research teams ensuring Sightsavers uses evidence generated through research in our national advocacy. The post-holder will lead on data advocacy, supporting country offices’ influencing on inclusive data, integration of eye health in Health Management Information Systems, and other priorities. The role is also key in ensuring advocacy input to the MEL (Monitoring Evaluation and Learning) Community of Practice, collaborating with the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) team. The aim is to further integrate advocacy within Sightsavers MEL systems, complementing work already done by the MEL team, avoiding developing duplicate systems and approaches. Principal areas the person is accountable for: Developing and supporting systems for collecting, managing and analysing information about national advocacy Influencing policy at global and national levels regarding issues of data and monitoring Leading PGA engagement with evaluations and learning on what works and what can be improved and developed Knowledge, skills and experience for Global Advocacy Monitoring Adviser Essential: Relevant academic qualifications gained within Social Science or related area Proven track record as an advocacy professional within international non- governmental organisations (INGO’s) Proven track record representing non-governmental organisations (NGO’s) at a strategic level within advocacy and data analysis Significant experience of monitoring, evaluation, and learning within an INGO context Experienced working with data management information systems and applying data analysis/statistical techniques to data Ability to understand and use statistics in communication with government stakeholders Specific experience of human rights advocacy at national, regional, and international levels Influential and tenacious in achieving key objectives Expertise in building staff capacities to develop and deliver effective advocacy monitoring strategies Knowledge of current issues and best practice in development particularly in advocacy monitoring and evaluation The Global Advocacy Monitoring Adviser is a highly varied and involved role and the above is not an exhaustive list of duties or required professional skills. Please see the Job Description for full details. Closing date: 23 May 2022 Virtual interviews are likely to take place week commencing 6 June 2022. Virtual interviews are likely to take place week commencing 6 June 2022. This will be a two stage interview process and will likely fall over two weeks. Sightsavers is unable to sponsor visas. Please note you will need to have ongoing right to work in the country office where this opportunity is available. As an equal opportunity Employer, we actively encourage applications from all sections of the community. Sightsavers is a Disability Confident Leader therefore qualified people living with a disability are particularly encouraged to apply Next Steps How to applyPlease use our web site to apply for this opportunity and click on the Apply Here icon. Please apply in English only. We are keen to learn about your motivation for this opportunity alongside your professional experience within this field. We are particularly interested in learning of your motivations for applying.
Women’s and Adolescent Girls’ Health Consultant
Organization: WomenStrong International Closing date: 17 Jun 2022 Position Type: Independent Contractor (Remote) Contract Length: 12 months Estimated Time Commitment: 2 days/month Start Date: July 2022 WOMENSTRONG INTERNATIONAL WomenStrong International is a global community of organizations working with women and girls to end extreme urban poverty. We find, fund, strengthen, and share women-driven solutions that can transform lives in urban communities. These solutions are developed by our grantee partners – all trusted women-led non-profits, largely in urban settings, whose staff know best how to further girls’ education and empowerment, women’s and girls’ health, and to stop violence against women and girls in their respective communities. Partners’ solutions are then shared in WomenStrong’s Learning Lab, where they can be tested, sharpened, codified, and disseminated, with input from their fellow partners and by WomenStrong staff. In 2022-2023, WomenStrong’s Learning Lab is striving to deepen the ties among partners so as to further strengthen our community of knowledge-sharing. The Learning Lab encourages and cultivates the exchange of ideas through an online portal of tools and resources, web-based group discussions and knowledge-sharing, partner retreats, site visits and bilateral exchanges, the joint development of tools, and other community-building activities. POSITION DESCRIPTION WomenStrong is searching for an external consultant to support the Learning’s Lab’s work on women’s health and the health of adolescent girls. The consultant will work with the partners to tailor activities to the needs of the Learning Lab partners and will help them identify and access relevant resources and technical support, as needed. The consultant will also advise WomenStrong staff regarding best practices in developing community-driven, locally rooted, and culturally responsive approaches to improve women’s and adolescent girls’ health. Responsibilities may include: Co-facilitating webinars, panels, and other in-person events with partners, focusing on specific topics related to women’s and adolescent girls’ health; Developing virtual community-building activities that create among partners an environment of trust, safety, and belonging; Work as a “thought partner” by providing geographic and issue-specific remote support to identify strengths and opportunities, while facilitating cross-partner learning and the harvesting of knowledge from partner activities; Identifying key evidence-based strategies that partners can apply in the field, to improve the health and lives of women and girls; Working with WomenStrong staff to create and manage a Learning Agenda that reflects the partners’ areas of work, as well as important themes in women’s and adolescent girls’ health, and that guides all related Learning Lab activities; Co-developing or contributing to, as appropriate, the development and adaptation of tools, resources, trainings and publications to improve women’s and adolescent girls’ health-focused program implementation and learning; Researching, identifying, and regularly updating a list of resources, new technical strategies, and women’s and adolescent girls’ health-related approaches; Supporting partners in applying the above-mentioned and other best practices through remote technical support; Identifying additional experts as needed, to provide support and expertise on specific areas within the field of women’s and adolescent girls’ health; and Assisting partners in identifying and applying for speaking and conference participation opportunities that can enrich their capacity, strengthen their leadership skills, and elevate their profile. QUALIFICATIONS Applicants must have knowledge and experience in women’s health, specifically in one or more of the following issues: adolescent sexual and reproductive health and rights; quality of care, maternal health, including newborn survival, prenatal/antenatal care, and non-communicable diseases; and the integration of community-based health work into formal health systems, which may include programs with community-based health workers, midwives, or mobile clinics. Applicant must have extensive experience working with international programs and research in the above areas pertaining to women’s health and be knowledgeable regarding global trends and best practices in one or more of these fields. Additional qualifications: Approximately 8-10 years of experience working in low-and middle-income countries and with culturally diverse teams; Proven ability to translate complex research insights into programmatic initiatives; Demonstrated ability to transfer knowledge to diverse audiences (capacity-strengthening) through consultation, training, mentoring, and other formal and non-formal methods, using adult learning methodologies; Excellent facilitation, moderation, and training skills; Demonstrated ability to engage in dialogue on racial and gender equity; Willingness to work outside of regular office hours to accommodate international time differences; Willing to travel internationally, if needed; Additional language abilities desirable, particularly French or Spanish; and Demonstrated ability to use online tools to facilitate engaging meetings and webinars is desirable. How to applyInterested candidates should send in their CV/resume to Ms. Bianca Zhang, at info@womenstrong.org. In lieu of a cover letter, we ask candidates to please respond to the following three questions in the email (maximum of 500 words per answer): As you can tell from the TOR, this role works directly with our Learning Lab partners (i.e., grantees), who are all small, community-based, mostly women-led organizations from low-and middle-income countries. Can you please share about your experience working with these kinds of organizations in the field of women’s health (i.e. program implementation, technical assistance/capacity-strengthening, training or facilitating workshops, advocacy etc. Learning Lab partners work across the globe in 4 areas of focus in the lab: girls’ education and empowerment, violence against women and girls, women’s health and economic security and opportunity. From your experience, how have you fostered shared learning, partnerships and collaborations across small, community-based organizations across the globe? This role requires the consultant to have experience engaging in dialogue with partners on international human rights frameworks and standards on health, both regionally and globally. Share with us an example of how you have worked on this in your past work. ** Applications will be accepted until Friday, June 17, 2022, and interviews will be conducted on a rolling-basis.
Humanitarian Cash and Voucher Assistance Specialist
Organization: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Closing date: 8 Jun 2022 Organizational Setting The Office of Emergencies and Resilience (OER) is responsible for ensuring FAO’s efforts to support countries and partners in preparing for and effectively responding to food and agricultural threats and crises. It is responsible for coordinating the development and maintenance of corporate tools and standards to enable Decentralized Offices (DOs) to assist member countries to prepare for, and respond to emergencies. OER ensures humanitarian policy coordination and knowledge, liaison with the Inter-Agency Standing Committee as well as with humanitarian resource partners, co-leadership with World Food Programme of the global Food Security Cluster, organizational preparedness, surge capacity and response to large-scale emergencies. OER supports food and nutrition security assessment and early warning activities related to emergency and humanitarian analysis and responses. OER plays a major role in the development and leadership of the Organization’s programme to increase the resilience of livelihoods to food and agriculture threats and crises. Over the past twenty years, OER has led FAO efforts to implement food security interventions by means of projects and programmes involving the use of Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) in more than forty countries. FAO engages in multiple CVA modalities (ranging from seed and input trade fairs to cash-for-work, unconditional cash transfers and cash+). FAO specializes in CVA that promotes food security, nutrition, agricultural production and productivity and increases vulnerable populations’ resilience to shocks and crises. Reporting Lines When based in or deployed to Decentralized Offices, the Cash and Voucher Assistance Specialist works under the overall supervision of and reports to the FAOR or the most relevant senior programming officer in the FAO Representation, with a functional reporting to the Cash and Voucher Programming Coordinator in OER-HQs. When based in OER-HQs he/she works under the overall supervision of the OER Enabling Environment Team Leader and the direct supervision of the Emergency and Rehabilitation Officer (CVA Programming).** Technical Focus Support to implementation of FAO’s resilience agenda at global, regional, subregional and/or country level, with a focus on technical and operational support, clearances and backstopping to projects and programmes using Cash and Voucher Assistance modalities. Tasks and responsibilities The Cash and Voucher Assistance Specialist will: · Provide strategic, programming, technical and operational support and backstopping to the development, timely implementation and monitoring-evaluation of FAO Decentralized Offices’ projects and programmes involving the use of Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA), ensuring high operational standards and compliance with FAO rules and regulations; · Undertake missions (including possible long-term deployments) to provide technical and operational support on CVA to FAO Decentralized Offices at all steps of the project cycle; · Provide timely support to FAO Decentralized Offices in various processes required for the implementation of CVA modalities, including, but not limited to: market assessments, feasibility analysis, partnerships, capacity development and training, beneficiary selection and registration, identification and deployment of Management Information System (MIS) solutions, development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), identification, procurement and contracting of financial services, monitoring, impact evaluation, complaints and feedback mechanisms, etc., including by regularly liaising with relevant HQ divisions, teams and units; · As per the relevant FAO Manual Sections, undertake review and prepare feasibility clearances of project documents envisaging the use of CVA modalities; · Contribute to capacity development and training on CVA by developing new modules and delivering face-to-face and virtual training to FAO Decentralized Offices staff and partners; · Regularly collaborate with OER-HQ, regional and sub-regional teams, particularly related to Management Information Systems; Capacity Development; Monitoring-Evaluation-Accountability-Learning; Knowledge Management and Learning; Country Support; Anticipatory Action; Social Protection and others; · Identify and document CVA-related good practices which have a potential to enhance the quality of FAO’s interventions and support their dissemination and potential adoption, replication and standardization by other Decentralized Offices; · Lead and/or support the development of relevant technical tools, notes, briefs and guidelines; · Perform other relevant duties as required. CANDIDATES WILL BE ASSESSED AGAINST THE FOLLOWING Minimum Requirements · University degree (Bachelor’s or equivalent) in a discipline relevant to the work of the Organization; · At least 1 year (Category C), 5 years (Category B) or 12 years (Category A) of experience in different dimensions of humanitarian and development assistance relevant to Cash and Voucher Assistance and/or social protection with at least 2 years (Cat. B), and 3 years (Cat. A) specifically on cash and voucher assistance preferably for food security and agriculture purposes; · Previous experience working with UN Agencies is desirable; · Working knowledge (level C) of English, French or Spanish and limited knowledge (level B) of one of the other two or Arabic, Chinese, Russian. FAO Core Competencies · Results Focus · Teamwork · Communication · Building Effective Relationships · Knowledge Sharing and Continuous Improvement Technical/Functional Skills · Work experience in more than one location or area of work; · Able to work under pressure and adapt to an evolving and complex humanitarian context and within multidisciplinary and different cultural background teams; · Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written; · Extent and relevance of experience in formulation, coordination, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of cash and voucher assistance; · Solid knowledge of humanitarian CVA programming and operational landscape and latest developments. How to applyTo apply, visit the iRecruitment website at http://www.fao.org/employment/irecruitment-access/en/ and complete your online profile. Only applications received through iRecruitment will be considered. Candidates are requested to attach a letter of motivation to the online profile. Vacancies will be removed from iRecruitment at 23:59 Central European Time (CET) on the deadline for applications date. We encourage applicants to submit the application well before the deadline date.
Environmental Peacemaking Programme Assistant
Country: Belgium Organization: European Institute of Peace Closing date: 8 Jun 2022 The European Institute of Peace (EIP) is looking for exceptional individuals who share our vision for a world where people live in safety and peace because conflicts and grievances are resolved through inclusive dialogue and lasting political agreements. We provide practical experience, technical expertise, and policy advice on conflict resolution. We use a variety of tools to help us do this, including analysis, mapping and design of peace processes and agreements, facilitating policy discussions, and proposing practical engagement, for example through inclusive dialogue and mediation support. Based in Brussels and active in over a dozen countries, the European Institute of Peace is an independent organisation working collaboratively with European decision-makers, the parties to conflict, and those who represent people suffering from insecurity or at risk of violence, as well as the conflict prevention, resolution and mediation community. Our innovative approach to peace enables us to be agile, creative, and effective in everything we do, and these are key qualities we look for in our team members. See www.eip.org for more information We are looking for a Programme Assistant for the Environmental Peacemaking Programme in the Peace Practice and Innovation Unit on a fixed-term 18-month contract. About the Environmental Peacemaking Programme The Environmental Peacemaking (EPM) Programme seeks to gear up conflict resolution to respond to climate change and wider environmental challenges in conflict contexts in order to contribute to a sustainable environment and enhance the prospects for durable peace. EPM aims to support peace leaders and local communities to address climate and environmental concerns in the wider framework of peace processes, in conflict prevention, resolution and in post-conflict peace building. We believe the environment is fundamental to make peace and that conflict resolution practitioners can strengthen their efforts by understanding how it affects conflict dynamics. As the Programme Assistant, you will become an integral part of a small and dynamic team in Brussels that works for an enhanced climate and environmental focus in peace processes. Working closely with the team, you will get to work on a wide range of tasks from policy development to event/meeting organisation, process design and project implementation. Duties and responsibilities The Programme Assistant will support the EPM team in the delivery of high-quality environmental peacemaking projects. Specifically, 2022 will see the beginning of a project in Yemen which the Assistant will be linked into. Working closely with the EPM HQ and country teams, the core tasks of the Assistant are to: Provide operational, administrative and logistical support to the project teams, external experts and consultants throughout all phases of the project cycles to ensure smooth project delivery. Plan field visits, appointments and meetings related to both internal and external project activities. Contribute to monitoring and reporting on grants in accordance with project management systems. Contribute to recruitment, including in the drafting of Terms of References and providing general support to recruitment processes. Liaise with the Operations Department on operational, administrative and financial matters. Compile briefing materials and deliver meeting and project reports, including taking minutes in internal and external meetings. Maintain an overview of EPM internal documents and ensure relevant documents are recorded. Conduct and distribute bi-weekly background research on environmental issues in relevant conflict contexts (thematic and geographic) in support of project implementation, public interventions and scoping of new projects. Support the EPM integrating a multi-year strategy to make the EIP and conflict resolution practice environmentally sustainable. Profile Essential skills: University degree in political science, international relations, peace and conflict studies, conflict resolution or similar; combined focus on climate change or environmental studies is a strong asset; At least one year of work experience relevant to the duties and responsibilities of the position; Perfect command of English. Excellent writing and analytical skills; Ability to work well under deadlines; Meticulous attention to detail; Ability to work independently and as part of a small team; Ability to work in Belgium (Belgian or EU citizen or currently in possession of a Belgian work permit) Desirable skills: Good command of additional languages, particularly French and Arabic are highly desirable; Experience working with international affairs with specific focus on conflict-affected, recovering or fragile states, climate and environmental security and/or environmental peacemaking; Experience working with EU institutions or foreign affairs in a European country The Institute offers 18 month fixed-term contract. Salary based on 13.92 months and commensurate to the position and experience; Benefits package which includes luncheon vouchers, hospital insurance, pension plan, and contribution to transportation; 40h/week including 12 RTT days per year; Orange SIM card; Contribution to teleworking allowance: €15. Start date: End of June 2022 The successful candidate will need to reside in or relocate to Belgium/EU when the employment contract starts. How to applyPlease submit in English: Your CV (Name_Surname_CV_EPM Programme Assistant); One-page letter (Name_Surname_ML_EPM Programme Assistant) demonstrating your qualification according to the profile. Submit to: recruitment@eip.org The deadline is 08th of June 2022, close of business (COB). If selected for the first round, we will contact you for an interview which may include a written test. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. The written test will be held in mid-June, and the interviews the week of 20/06/2022. We look forward to meet you!
Junior Emergency Management Support Specialist
Organization: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Closing date: 26 May 2022 Organizational Setting The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations is committed to supporting Member Countries and Partners in preparing for and responding to disasters and crises that threaten agriculture, food and nutrition security or food safety. FAO’s work in emergencies focuses on reducing people’s vulnerability to these hazards, including animal and plant diseases, before, during and after disasters through good emergency management practices, including risk assessment, risk reduction, emergency preparedness and response, and rehabilitation. The Emergency Management Centre (EMC), established in 2006 is FAO’s rapid response mechanism to animal disease emergencies. Within FAO Headquarters, the Emergency Management now operates as a joint platform between the Office of Emergencies and Resilience (OER) and Divisions within the Natural Resource and Sustainable Production Stream, especially Animal Production and Health (NSA) and Plant Production and Protection Division (NSP), plus in close collaboration with the Joint FAO/WHO Centre (CJW). The NSA supports countries to strengthen the contribution of the livestock sector towards the reduction of hunger and poverty. NSP supports countries in the transition to sustainable crop production systems. OER leads FAO’s humanitarian efforts in supporting countries to more effectively prepare for and respond to food and agricultural threats and crises and to strengthen the resilience of agricultural livelihoods. The EMC fits squarely within Better Life - Emergency and Resilience and Better Production- One Health, programme priority areas (PPA). The tasks envisaged are to be carried out within the Emergency Management Centre (EMC). The EMC is expanding its platform to assist FAO Members beyond the deployment of emergency response missions and embrace fully all stages of emergency management. Reporting Lines The Junior Emergency Management Support consultant reports to the EMC Manager and works under the direct supervision of various EMC project coordinators in preparedness and response activities, the administrative and operational guidance of the Office of Emergencies and Resilience and in close collaboration and liaison with the Animal Production and Health, the Plant Production and Protection as well as other FAO technical departments and International Organizations. Technical Focus Emergency management and incident coordination. Tasks and responsibilities • Support the organization of knowledge sharing activities, focusing on the development and finalization of tools (also webbased);platforms, training materials and the development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs); • Support the development and implementation of a coordination mechanism strategy applicable at the regional and global level; • Support the development and implementation of working groups and webinars; • Support the roll-out activities of the Progressive Pathway for Emergency Preparedness (PPEP); • Support the planning of preparedness and response missions; • Attend and support meetings, conferences, workshops related to emergency management to share information and lessons learned, and network with other emergency management specialists; • Undertake travel and field missions as needed; • Perform other related duties, as requested. CANDIDATES WILL BE ASSESSED AGAINST THE FOLLOWING Minimum Requirements • University degree (Bachelor’s or equivalent) in political sciences, agricultural economics, development economics, rural sociology, food security, nutrition, sustainable agriculture (including livestock, forestry and fisheries) or related to the work of the Organization; • At least 1 year (category C) of professional experience in either information management, animal health or emergency preparedness and response programming/operations, systems, and tools with a focus on strengthening team and individual capacities to prepare to respond to emergencies; • Working knowledge (level C) of English and/or French. FAO Core Competencies • Results Focus • Teamwork • Communication • Building Effective Relationships • Knowledge Sharing and Continuous Improvement Technical/Functional Skills • Strong communication and presentation skills; • Strong research and analytical, synthesis and writing skills; • Ability to work both with minimal supervision and as part of a team; • Ability to deliver outputs by agreed deadlines, sometimes at very short notice; • Ability to establish effective working relations with persons of different national and cultural backgrounds; • Familiarity with the humanitarian architecture and the areas of mandate of FAO; • Work experience with an international humanitarian or development organization; • Experience designing and delivering field programmes is desirable. How to applyTo apply, visit the recruitment website at Jobs at FAO and complete your online profile. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Only applications received through the recruitment portal will be considered. We encourage applicants to submit the application well before the deadline If you need help please contact: Careers@fao.org
Energy Program Officer - NL or UK
Countries: Netherlands, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Organization: Mercy Corps Closing date: 25 May 2022 Location: The Hague, NL, or London, or Edinburgh, UK Position Status: Full-time, 12 months fixed term with possible extension beyond contingent on funding Salary: London: circa 35K, Edinburgh: circa 30K, NL: circa 38K - depending on experience **Candidates must have the right to work in the UK or EU at the time of appointment. Please note that applications should include CV and a Cover Letter to be considered before May 25th. ** About Mercy Corps Mercy Corps is a leading global organisation powered by the belief that a better world is possible. In conflict, in disaster, in hardship, in more than 40 countries around the world, we partner to put bold solutions into action — helping people triumph over adversity and build stronger communities from within. Now, and for the future. Mercy Corps has merged with Energy 4 Impact to increase access to climate-smart, sustainable energy, improving the lives of millions of people around the world. Mercy Corps’ approach to energy access is rooted in innovative, market-based energy programming that both reduces emissions and supports resilient livelihoods. We apply our expertise in harnessing the power of market systems and good governance to test solutions in multiple contexts. We have the ability to scale models that enable communities to access the technology, information, financial tools, and the social support they need to adapt, and ultimately transform their access to reliable, clean, affordable energy. We are looking for someone with the creativity and drive to further our commitment to improving demand for and access to clean, reliable, affordable, and quality energy products and services; support communities to ensure that access to energy is available across diverse user groups; work in partnerships with the private sector, research institutions, funders, corporations, and governments, to reach scale; leverage a range of financing options to encourage private sector investment, whilst focusing on mechanisms that remove the high upfront costs of products for consumers. The Role The Environment Team is a critical technical team within Mercy Corps’ Technical Support Unit (TSU). The TSU is responsible for leading and supporting assessments, program design and field studies; providing technical support to programs; helping the global agency set technical strategies; building strategic partnerships, and representation and coordination with other development, government and private sector actors. Supporting agency priorities, the Environment Team is particularly focused on technical support in the areas of climate change adaptation and mitigation, including disaster risk reduction, natural resource management and environmental conservation, and access to energy. The Energy Program Officer will support program assessment and design and gather lessons learnt from implementation to advance Mercy Corps' agency-wide commitment to new frontiers to low carbon development and energy access. The Energy Program Officer will support the agency’s effort to integrate energy access considerations within our multisectorial programming, support countries of implementation to strategize low carbon development efforts - also contributing to the agency’s efforts to reduce our carbon footprint, and provide support with the implementation of ongoing programs liaising between HQ and countries of implementation. The Energy Program Officer will also support the implementation of the Energy Access workplan, which includes: the design of new initiatives and programs, the development of competitive proposals for submission to donors, writing periodic impact briefs, liaising with program partners, and the streamlining of available resources. Essential Job Responsibilities Resource management: Review and expand on guiding internal and external resources around energy access, including communication and advocacy materials; monitor key internal and external trends in field programming and sector to inform TSU’s work Strategic thinking: contribute to innovative thinking around emerging aspects and models areas of energy access, including blended finance for humanitarian energy access, and low carbon development initiatives to boost communities’ resilience to climate, market and conflict-related shocks Liaise with countries of implementation and HQ: Ensuring quality and prompt support to the countries of implementation, subject to compliance with Mercy Corps’ policies and procedures Communities of Practice: Support internal and external peer-to-peer learning through Mercy Corps online platforms by working with different country teams to develop and post content, lead webinars, and share lessons in creative ways on energy access Proposal Writing: Support country teams with country-level program assessment, design and quality implementation around energy access, both for stand-alone and integrated programs Liaise with partners and stakeholders: representing Mercy Corps’ Energy Access with peer INGOs, UN Agencies, and energy companies. Supervisory Responsibility None Accountability Reports Directly To: Director, Energy Access Works Directly With: Regional Advisor, Energy - Africa, E4I teams, Programs, Environment Team, Country Teams, Technical Support Unit, Private Sector Partners Knowledge and Experience ● Energy, Environment, and/or Climate-related academic and/or private sector background ● Previous analytic and project management experience desirable ● Previous experience in drafting strategies and policies, their promotion and follow-up is desirable ● Previous experience in successfully delivering presentations and briefings ● Proven ability to communicate effectively with colleagues from various backgrounds and cultures ● Proficiency with MS Office software (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) ● Excellent spoken and written English, knowledge of French is desirable ● Knowledge of clean energy technologies and financial model ● Experience working in Mercy Corps’ countries of implementation is desirable Success Factors ● Excellent organisational and time management skills. ● Creative, independent thinker who is solution-driven. ● Work as part of a team and individually. ● Analytic, with a strong eye for detail. ● Fast-learner, can work quickly, accurately and to deadlines. ● Able to build and maintain effective internal and external relationships. ● Strong team worker and communicator, can work with a range of people. ● Able to cope with changing priorities, often at short notice, and work well under pressure. ● Proactive, positive and solutions-based attitude. ● High levels of motivation, professionalism and resilience. ● An exposure to and interest in international development issues is important, along with an empathy for Mercy Corps’ mission. The position could be based in one of these Mercy Corps offices: Edinburgh (United Kingdom), London (United Kingdom), The Hague (The Netherlands). There is a preference for Netherlands location. The position may involve occasional national and international travel, in compliance with national Covid-19 regulations. MCE team members represent the agency both during and outside work hours when deployed in a field posting or on a short-term assignment or trip to country offices. Team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner and respect local laws, customs and Mercy Corps’ policies, procedures, and values at all times and in all Mercy Corps locations. Fostering a diverse and open workplace is an important part of Mercy Corps’ vision. Mercy Corps is an Equal Opportunity Employer regardless of background. We are committed to creating an inclusive environment. Ongoing Learning In support of our belief that learning organizations are more effective, efficient and relevant to the communities we serve, we empower all team members to dedicate 5% of their time to learning activities that further their personal and/or professional growth and development ### Accountability to Participants and Stakeholders Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts toward accountability, specifically to our program participants, community partners, other stakeholders, and to international standards guiding international relief and development work. We are committed to actively engaging communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects. Safeguarding & Ethics Mercy Corps is committed to ensuring that all individuals we come into contact with through our work, whether team members, community members, program participants or others, are treated with respect and dignity. We are committed to the core principles regarding prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse laid out by the UN Secretary General and IASC. We will not tolerate child abuse, sexual exploitation, abuse, or harassment by or of our team members. As part of our commitment to a safe and inclusive work environment, team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner, respect local laws and customs, and to adhere to Mercy Corps Code of Conduct Policies and values at all times. Team members are required to complete mandatory Code of Conduct elearning courses upon hire and on an annual basis. How to applyJoin the team, learn more and apply here: https://jobs.jobvite.com/mercycorps/job/oQMHjfwm
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