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IMF: in . Closing date: 1970-01-01
UNOPS: in 3. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Research Assistant (Data management & Analysis)
WHO: Research Assistant (Data management & Analysis) in France-Lyon. Closing date: 2024-03-31
Procurement Associate
WHO: Procurement Associate in France-Lyon. Closing date: 2024-05-12
Non- Communicable Disease (NCD)
WHO: Non- Communicable Disease (NCD) in Somalia-Mogadiscio. Closing date: 2024-05-20
Senior Urban Specialist, Slum Upgrading and Basic Services Project Management | Urban Development
UNOPS: Senior Urban Specialist, Slum Upgrading and Basic Services Project Management | Urban Development in Brussels, Belgium. Closing date: 2024-05-25
Programme Associate, G6, Federated States of Micronesia
WHO: Programme Associate, G6, Federated States of Micronesia in Micronesia, Federated States of-Pohnpei. Closing date: 2024-05-27
Human Resources Advisor, Career Development and Learning
WHO: Human Resources Advisor, Career Development and Learning in United States-Washington, D.C.. Closing date: 2024-05-28
Programme and Administration Officer / Operations Support Officer, NO-B, FSM
WHO: Programme and Administration Officer / Operations Support Officer, NO-B, FSM in Micronesia, Federated States of-Pohnpei. Closing date: 2024-05-28
Programme Assistant, (Fixed-term), G5, Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia
WHO: Programme Assistant, (Fixed-term), G5, Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia in Micronesia, Federated States of-Pohnpei. Closing date: 2024-05-28
Director, Multi-Country Office (Internal candidates only) Leadership
UNOPS: Director, Multi-Country Office (Internal candidates only) Leadership in Kyiv, Ukraine. Closing date: 2024-05-28
Gestionnaire de Projet (Réservé aux Congolais.e.s de la RDC) Project Management
UNOPS: Gestionnaire de Projet (Réservé aux Congolais.e.s de la RDC) Project Management in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Closing date: 2024-06-03
Administrative Services Officer
WHO: Administrative Services Officer in Congo-Brazzaville. Closing date: 2024-06-09
Country Manager (Internal Candidates Only) Leadership | Partnerships | Programme Management
UNOPS: Country Manager (Internal Candidates Only) Leadership | Partnerships | Programme Management in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Closing date: 2024-06-10
NDC Partnership Senior Climate Change Policy Adviser (Partnership Specialist) - Kazakhstan (Retainer Homebased) Partnerships | Environment
UNOPS: NDC Partnership Senior Climate Change Policy Adviser (Partnership Specialist) - Kazakhstan (Retainer Homebased) Partnerships | Environment in Astana, Kazakhstan. Closing date: 2024-06-13
National Consultant to develop Guidelines on HIV, Hepatitis and STIs prevention services for key populations
WHO: National Consultant to develop Guidelines on HIV, Hepatitis and STIs prevention services for key populations in Myanmar-Yangon. Closing date: 2024-06-15
Gerente de Proyecto Project Management
UNOPS: Gerente de Proyecto Project Management in San José, Costa Rica. Closing date: 2024-06-16
Roster of consultants - experts in costing and impact assessment for the Global Tuberculosis Programme
WHO: Roster of consultants - experts in costing and impact assessment for the Global Tuberculosis Programme in Anywhere. Closing date: 2024-06-17
Cultural Heritage Analyst Project Management | Urban Planning/Design
UNOPS: Cultural Heritage Analyst Project Management | Urban Planning/Design in Amman (with frequent travel to Madaba), Jordan. Closing date: 2024-06-17
Communication Senior Officer (Retainer contract) Communications
UNOPS: Communication Senior Officer (Retainer contract) Communications in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Closing date: 2024-06-18
Sociologue- Expert (e) en genre Project Management | Urban Development | Urban Planning/Design
UNOPS: Sociologue- Expert (e) en genre Project Management | Urban Development | Urban Planning/Design in Multiple duty stations, Tunisia. Closing date: 2024-06-18
Finance Associate Finance
UNOPS: Finance Associate Finance in Kabul, Afghanistan. Closing date: 2024-06-22
Risk Specialist - Planning & Reporting Administration | Project Management
UNOPS: Risk Specialist - Planning & Reporting Administration | Project Management in Copenhagen, Denmark. Closing date: 2024-06-23
Finance and Budget Advisor Finance
UNOPS: Finance and Budget Advisor Finance in New York , United States of America. Closing date: 2024-06-23
Programme Management Senior Analyst Programme Management
UNOPS: Programme Management Senior Analyst Programme Management in Kyiv, Ukraine. Closing date: 2024-06-23
Spécialiste en suivi et évaluation-Retainer- Project Management
UNOPS: Spécialiste en suivi et évaluation-Retainer- Project Management in Tunis, Tunisia. Closing date: 2024-06-23
Asistente Senior de análisis de datos (Apoyo a la gestión de proyectos) Administration | Project Management
UNOPS: Asistente Senior de análisis de datos (Apoyo a la gestión de proyectos) Administration | Project Management in Ciudad de Guatemala, Guatemala. Closing date: 2024-06-23
Senior Project Manager (Medicines and medical equipment)(Internal candidates only) Health | Leadership
UNOPS: Senior Project Manager (Medicines and medical equipment)(Internal candidates only) Health | Leadership in Guatemala City, Guatemala. Closing date: 2024-06-23
Finance Associate (Re-advertised) Administration | Finance
UNOPS: Finance Associate (Re-advertised) Administration | Finance in Bangkok, Thailand. Closing date: 2024-06-24
NDC Partnership Junior In-Country Facilitator (Partnerships Officer) - Republic of Maldives (Retainer Homebased) Climate
UNOPS: NDC Partnership Junior In-Country Facilitator (Partnerships Officer) - Republic of Maldives (Retainer Homebased) Climate in Male?, Maldives. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Specialist, Virtual Collaboration e-Learning, Instructional Design
WHO: Specialist, Virtual Collaboration e-Learning, Instructional Design in Panama-Panama City. Closing date: 2024-06-24
CODEX Training Expert
WHO: CODEX Training Expert in Malawi-Lilongwe. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Team Lead
WHO: Team Lead in Sierra Leone-Freetown. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Deputy Head of WHO office - CPCP
WHO: Deputy Head of WHO office - CPCP in Pakistan-Islamabad. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Public Health Officer
WHO: Public Health Officer in Congo-Brazzaville. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Coordinator
WHO: Coordinator in Yemen-Sanaa. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Technical Officer, Regional Steering Committee, P4, Fixed-term, Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA
WHO: Technical Officer, Regional Steering Committee, P4, Fixed-term, Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA in Cambodia-Phnom Penh. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Executive Assistant
WHO: Executive Assistant in India-New Delhi. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Disease Control Officer
WHO: Disease Control Officer in Congo, The Democratic Republic of the-Kinshasa. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Field Coordinator
WHO: Field Coordinator in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Consultantto support review of the Breast-Milk Substitute Bill
WHO: Consultantto support review of the Breast-Milk Substitute Bill in Liberia-Monrovia. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Analista Sénior de Desarrollo Social Communications
UNOPS: Analista Sénior de Desarrollo Social Communications in San José, Costa Rica. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Health Service Delivery Consultancy
WHO: Health Service Delivery Consultancy in Sierra Leone-Freetown. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Réalisation enquête de couverture post campagne de riposte contre la fièvre jaune district de santé urbain de Douala
WHO: Réalisation enquête de couverture post campagne de riposte contre la fièvre jaune district de santé urbain de Douala in Cameroon-Yaounde. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Programme Associate
WHO: Programme Associate in Sudan-Port Sudan. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Consultant - Human Rights integration
WHO: Consultant - Human Rights integration in Anywhere. Closing date: 2024-06-24
CASE MANAGMENT OFFICER - SSA
WHO: CASE MANAGMENT OFFICER - SSA in Zimbabwe-Harare. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Infection Prevention and Control Officer - SSA
WHO: Infection Prevention and Control Officer - SSA in Zimbabwe-Harare. Closing date: 2024-06-24
International Consultant BCP & Development Coordinator Band level "B" Nairobi
WHO: International Consultant BCP & Development Coordinator Band level "B" Nairobi in Kenya-Nairobi. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Messenger
WHO: Messenger in Bangladesh-Dhaka. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Programme Management Specialist Partnerships | Programme Management
UNOPS: Programme Management Specialist Partnerships | Programme Management in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Information Advisor (integrated analysis and situational awareness) Project Management | Security | Information Security
UNOPS: Information Advisor (integrated analysis and situational awareness) Project Management | Security | Information Security in Port Sudan, Sudan. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Information Specialist (integrated analysis and situational awareness) Project Management | Information Security
UNOPS: Information Specialist (integrated analysis and situational awareness) Project Management | Information Security in Port Sudan, Sudan. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Faxineiro/a Administration
UNOPS: Faxineiro/a Administration in Maceió, Brazil. Closing date: 2024-06-24
Programme Management Support - Senior Analyst (Ethiopia and Somalia) Project Management | Urban Development | Urban Planning/Design
UNOPS: Programme Management Support - Senior Analyst (Ethiopia and Somalia) Project Management | Urban Development | Urban Planning/Design in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Closing date: 2024-06-25
Communications Senior Officer Communications | Project Management
UNOPS: Communications Senior Officer Communications | Project Management in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Closing date: 2024-06-25
Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Senior Officer Project Management
UNOPS: Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Senior Officer Project Management in Kampala, Uganda. Closing date: 2024-06-25
Head, Building Projects Section, Premises Infrastructure, Central Services Division, Administration, Finance and Management Sector
WIPO: Head, Building Projects Section, Premises Infrastructure, Central Services Division, Administration, Finance and Management Sector in Switzerland-CH-Geneva. Closing date: 2024-06-25
Procurement Officer, Team 2, Procurement Section, Central Services Division, Administration, Finance and Management Sector
WIPO: Procurement Officer, Team 2, Procurement Section, Central Services Division, Administration, Finance and Management Sector in Switzerland-CH-Geneva. Closing date: 2024-06-25
Partnerships and Technical Coordination Specialist Administration | Health | Programme Management
UNOPS: Partnerships and Technical Coordination Specialist Administration | Health | Programme Management in Geneva, Switzerland. Closing date: 2024-06-25
Administration Assistant Administration | Finance
UNOPS: Administration Assistant Administration | Finance in Bangkok, Thailand. Closing date: 2024-06-25
Procurement Technician I
WHO: Procurement Technician I in Colombia-Bogota. Closing date: 2024-06-25
Roster for Rare Diseases Officer
WHO: Roster for Rare Diseases Officer in India-New Delhi. Closing date: 2024-06-25
CODEX Communication Expert
WHO: CODEX Communication Expert in Malawi-Lilongwe. Closing date: 2024-06-25
Public health Officer (epidemiology) - CPCP
WHO: Public health Officer (epidemiology) - CPCP in Timor-Leste-Dili. Closing date: 2024-06-25
Commucations Officer
WHO: Commucations Officer in Botswana-Gaborone. Closing date: 2024-06-25
Consultant international en appui à l?élaboration de la stratégie nationale de vaccination (NIS) 2025-2029 du Gabon
WHO: Consultant international en appui à l?élaboration de la stratégie nationale de vaccination (NIS) 2025-2029 du Gabon in Gabon-Libreville. Closing date: 2024-06-25
Business operations specialist assistant (Logistics)
WHO: Business operations specialist assistant (Logistics) in Sudan-Port Sudan. Closing date: 2024-06-25
Programme Assistant
WHO: Programme Assistant in Sudan-Port Sudan. Closing date: 2024-06-25
Business operations specialist assistant (finance)
WHO: Business operations specialist assistant (finance) in Sudan-Port Sudan. Closing date: 2024-06-25
Business operations specialist assistant (Procurement)
WHO: Business operations specialist assistant (Procurement) in Sudan-Port Sudan. Closing date: 2024-06-25
Roster of consultants - Support the delivery of annual workplans to implement PMNCH?s strategies to 2030 ? the current 2021 to 2025 Strategy and the expected 2026 to 2030 Strategy
WHO: Roster of consultants - Support the delivery of annual workplans to implement PMNCH?s strategies to 2030 ? the current 2021 to 2025 Strategy and the expected 2026 to 2030 Strategy in Anywhere. Closing date: 2024-06-25
Health Policy Advisor (Universal Health Coverage)
WHO: Health Policy Advisor (Universal Health Coverage) in Congo, The Democratic Republic of the-Kinshasa. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Health Promotion Officer
WHO: Health Promotion Officer in Congo, The Democratic Republic of the-Kinshasa. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Assistant(e) ? laboratoires pour la méningite
WHO: Assistant(e) ? laboratoires pour la méningite in Burkina Faso-Ouagadougou. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Technical Officer, Data Manager
WHO: Technical Officer, Data Manager in Congo-Brazzaville. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Medical Officer, Essential Immunization
WHO: Medical Officer, Essential Immunization in Congo-Brazzaville. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Programme Management Specialist (Roster), P4, Multiple duty stations
WHO: Programme Management Specialist (Roster), P4, Multiple duty stations in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Team Assistant (Budget and Programme)
WHO: Team Assistant (Budget and Programme) in Myanmar-Yangon. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Team Assistant
WHO: Team Assistant in India-New Delhi. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Team Assistant
WHO: Team Assistant in India-New Delhi. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Programme Management Officer (Roster), P3, Multiple duty stations
WHO: Programme Management Officer (Roster), P3, Multiple duty stations in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Programme Management Support Officer (Roster), P2, Multiple duty stations
WHO: Programme Management Support Officer (Roster), P2, Multiple duty stations in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Team Assistant
WHO: Team Assistant in Bangladesh-Coxs Bazaar. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Communicable Disease Laboratory Officer
WHO: Communicable Disease Laboratory Officer in Indonesia-Jakarta. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Humanitarian Operations Senior Officer (Anticipatory Action Officer) Health | Programme Management
UNOPS: Humanitarian Operations Senior Officer (Anticipatory Action Officer) Health | Programme Management in New York, United States of America. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Architecte (RETAINER) Engineering | Project Management
UNOPS: Architecte (RETAINER) Engineering | Project Management in Bangui, Central African Republic. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Civil Engineer Engineering
UNOPS: Civil Engineer Engineering in Kabul, Afghanistan. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Driver (Paternity Cover) Administration
UNOPS: Driver (Paternity Cover) Administration in Djibouti, Djibouti. Closing date: 2024-06-26
NDCP Country Engagement Specialist (Partnerships Development Specialist) ? Asia, Pacific and Eastern Europe Partnerships | Climate
UNOPS: NDCP Country Engagement Specialist (Partnerships Development Specialist) ? Asia, Pacific and Eastern Europe Partnerships | Climate in Suva, Fiji. Closing date: 2024-06-26
NDCP Country Engagement Specialist (Partnerships Development Specialist) ? Francophone Africa, Middle East and North Africa region Partnerships | Climate
UNOPS: NDCP Country Engagement Specialist (Partnerships Development Specialist) ? Francophone Africa, Middle East and North Africa region Partnerships | Climate in Bonn, Germany. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Associé.e aux achats Procurement
UNOPS: Associé.e aux achats Procurement in Niamey, Niger. Closing date: 2024-06-26
HR Senior Analyst - Analytics Human Resources
UNOPS: HR Senior Analyst - Analytics Human Resources in Copenhagen, Denmark. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Health Policy Advisor
WHO: Health Policy Advisor in Sierra Leone-Freetown. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Local field security officer
WHO: Local field security officer in Sudan-Port Sudan. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Business operation specialist assistant (information technology)
WHO: Business operation specialist assistant (information technology) in Sudan-Port Sudan. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Financial Data Analyst, Program Performance and Budget Division, Department of Program Planning and Finance, Administration, Finance and Management Sector
WIPO: Financial Data Analyst, Program Performance and Budget Division, Department of Program Planning and Finance, Administration, Finance and Management Sector in Switzerland-CH-Geneva. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Driver/Messenger Administration
UNOPS: Driver/Messenger Administration in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Programme Management Senior Analyst (UNOPS Internal candidates only) Programme Management
UNOPS: Programme Management Senior Analyst (UNOPS Internal candidates only) Programme Management in Kyiv, Ukraine. Closing date: 2024-06-26
National Consultant - Support and Participate in Data Analysis and Collection for Infectious Hazard Prevention and Preparedness
WHO: National Consultant - Support and Participate in Data Analysis and Collection for Infectious Hazard Prevention and Preparedness in Egypt-Cairo. Closing date: 2024-06-26
National Consultant - Supporting Surveillance Systems and Health Emergencys Capacity Building
WHO: National Consultant - Supporting Surveillance Systems and Health Emergencys Capacity Building in Egypt-Cairo. Closing date: 2024-06-26
Specialist, Evaluation
WHO: Specialist, Evaluation in United States-Washington, D.C.. Closing date: 2024-06-27
Technical Officer, Big Catch-Up Data Management
WHO: Technical Officer, Big Catch-Up Data Management in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-06-27
Technical Officer, Research & Knowledge Management
WHO: Technical Officer, Research & Knowledge Management in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-06-27
Technical Officer, Essential Immunization, Big Catch-Up Coordination
WHO: Technical Officer, Essential Immunization, Big Catch-Up Coordination in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-06-27
Programme Management Officer
WHO: Programme Management Officer in Ukraine-Kyiv. Closing date: 2024-06-27
Technical Officer (Artificial Intelligence)
WHO: Technical Officer (Artificial Intelligence) in Denmark-Copenhagen. Closing date: 2024-06-27
Technical Officer
WHO: Technical Officer in Philippines-Manila. Closing date: 2024-06-27
Technical Lead
WHO: Technical Lead in Philippines-Manila. Closing date: 2024-06-27
Database Officer IT
UNOPS: Database Officer IT in Amman, Jordan. Closing date: 2024-06-27
Administrative Assistant
WHO: Administrative Assistant in Sudan-Port Sudan. Closing date: 2024-06-27
Consultant - Sanitation and Drinking ? Water
WHO: Consultant - Sanitation and Drinking ? Water in Sierra Leone-Freetown. Closing date: 2024-06-27
Consultant - Monitoring and evaluation of sexual and reproductive health in humanitarian settings
WHO: Consultant - Monitoring and evaluation of sexual and reproductive health in humanitarian settings in Anywhere. Closing date: 2024-06-27
Driver-Multiple positions Administration
UNOPS: Driver-Multiple positions Administration in Gaza. Closing date: 2024-06-27
HR Specialist
WHO: HR Specialist in Türkiye-Istanbul. Closing date: 2024-06-28
Technical Officer Oral Cholera Vaccines (OCV)
WHO: Technical Officer Oral Cholera Vaccines (OCV) in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-06-28
Technical Officer Immunization Financial Sustainability
WHO: Technical Officer Immunization Financial Sustainability in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-06-28
Technical Officer Health Workforce Capacity Building
WHO: Technical Officer Health Workforce Capacity Building in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-06-28
Technical Officer (Influenza and other respiratory viruses)
WHO: Technical Officer (Influenza and other respiratory viruses) in Philippines-Manila. Closing date: 2024-06-28
Programme Area Manager (Management & Administration)
WHO: Programme Area Manager (Management & Administration) in Philippines-Manila. Closing date: 2024-06-28
Reproductive, Maternal & Neonatal Health Officer
WHO: Reproductive, Maternal & Neonatal Health Officer in South Sudan-Juba. Closing date: 2024-06-28
Senior Environmental and Social Impact Expert Climate | Environment
UNOPS: Senior Environmental and Social Impact Expert Climate | Environment in Geneva, Switzerland. Closing date: 2024-06-28
Coordinator ? State of Finance for Nature Climate | Programme Management
UNOPS: Coordinator ? State of Finance for Nature Climate | Programme Management in Geneva, Switzerland. Closing date: 2024-06-28
Health Emergency Officer
WHO: Health Emergency Officer in Djibouti-Djibouti. Closing date: 2024-06-28
Public Health Officer (Health Promotion and Determinants)
WHO: Public Health Officer (Health Promotion and Determinants) in Djibouti-Djibouti. Closing date: 2024-06-28
Public Health Officer (Epidemiology)
WHO: Public Health Officer (Epidemiology) in Djibouti-Djibouti. Closing date: 2024-06-28
Consultant, Health Emergencies Officer (Immunization) - Band level B, Multiple locations
WHO: Consultant, Health Emergencies Officer (Immunization) - Band level B, Multiple locations in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-06-28
Local Security Assistant - GS 6
WHO: Local Security Assistant - GS 6 in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-06-28
Project Management Support, Senior Officer Project Management
UNOPS: Project Management Support, Senior Officer Project Management in Atbara (Duty Station may change due to security situations in Sudan), Sudan. Closing date: 2024-06-29
Project Management Support, Senior Officer Project Management
UNOPS: Project Management Support, Senior Officer Project Management in Kananga, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Closing date: 2024-06-29
Project Management Support, Senior Officer Project Management
UNOPS: Project Management Support, Senior Officer Project Management in Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Closing date: 2024-06-29
Project Management Support, Senior Officer Project Management
UNOPS: Project Management Support, Senior Officer Project Management in Arua or Koboko (To be confirmed), South Sudan. Closing date: 2024-06-29
Project Management Support, Senior Officer Project Management
UNOPS: Project Management Support, Senior Officer Project Management in Gabiley, Somalia. Closing date: 2024-06-29
Project Management Support, Senior Officer Project Management
UNOPS: Project Management Support, Senior Officer Project Management in Borama, Somalia. Closing date: 2024-06-29
Project Management Support, Senior Officer Project Management
UNOPS: Project Management Support, Senior Officer Project Management in Jigjiga, Ethiopia. Closing date: 2024-06-29
Project Management Support, Senior Officer Project Management
UNOPS: Project Management Support, Senior Officer Project Management in Assosa, Ethiopia. Closing date: 2024-06-29
HR Specialist
WHO: HR Specialist in Malaysia-Kuala Lumpur. Closing date: 2024-06-29
Technical Officer, Outbreak Preparedness and Response
WHO: Technical Officer, Outbreak Preparedness and Response in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-06-29
Technical Officer, Logistics and Supply chain
WHO: Technical Officer, Logistics and Supply chain in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-06-29
Public health Specialist (epidemiology)
WHO: Public health Specialist (epidemiology) in Nigeria-Abuja. Closing date: 2024-06-29
Associado Sênior de Suporte à Gestão de Projetos (Parcerias público-privadas) Project Management | Partnerships
UNOPS: Associado Sênior de Suporte à Gestão de Projetos (Parcerias público-privadas) Project Management | Partnerships in Brasília, Brazil. Closing date: 2024-06-29
Procurement Senior Officer Procurement
UNOPS: Procurement Senior Officer Procurement in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Closing date: 2024-06-29
Fixed term staff template
WHO: Fixed term staff template in Kenya-Nairobi. Closing date: 2024-06-29
IT Assistant ? GS6
WHO: IT Assistant ? GS6 in Congo, The Democratic Republic of the-Goma. Closing date: 2024-06-29
Expert en une seule Santé (One Health) - NOB
WHO: Expert en une seule Santé (One Health) - NOB in Congo, The Democratic Republic of the-Kinshasa. Closing date: 2024-06-29
Magasinier - GS3
WHO: Magasinier - GS3 in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-06-29
Assistant Logistique (OSL) GS5
WHO: Assistant Logistique (OSL) GS5 in Congo, The Democratic Republic of the-Kinshasa. Closing date: 2024-06-29
Assistant Logistique (OSL) GS6
WHO: Assistant Logistique (OSL) GS6 in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-06-29
External Relations/Communications (EXR/COM) Officer
WHO: External Relations/Communications (EXR/COM) Officer in Israel-Jerusalem. Closing date: 2024-06-29
Programme Management O?ce (PMO) Specialist Project Management | Programme Management
UNOPS: Programme Management O?ce (PMO) Specialist Project Management | Programme Management in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Closing date: 2024-06-30
Finance Associate Finance
UNOPS: Finance Associate Finance in Belgrade, Serbia. Closing date: 2024-06-30
Finance Senior Officer Finance | Project Management
UNOPS: Finance Senior Officer Finance | Project Management in Bangkok, Thailand. Closing date: 2024-06-30
Lead Civil Engineer Engineering | Project Management
UNOPS: Lead Civil Engineer Engineering | Project Management in Funafuti, Tuvalu. Closing date: 2024-06-30
Programme Management - Analyst (Infrastructure) Engineering | Project Management | Programme Management | Health, Safety and Environment
UNOPS: Programme Management - Analyst (Infrastructure) Engineering | Project Management | Programme Management | Health, Safety and Environment in Manila (Family Duty Station), Philippines. Closing date: 2024-06-30
Civil Engineer Engineering
UNOPS: Civil Engineer Engineering in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Closing date: 2024-06-30
Driver Administration
UNOPS: Driver Administration in Port Sudan, Sudan. Closing date: 2024-06-30
Logistics Assistant
WHO: Logistics Assistant in Zimbabwe-Harare. Closing date: 2024-06-30
Team Lead (Universal Health Coverage)
WHO: Team Lead (Universal Health Coverage) in Zimbabwe-Harare. Closing date: 2024-06-30
Consultant for the development of Regulation of Public Health Law ?Crimes against Public Health? in the scope of Malaria
WHO: Consultant for the development of Regulation of Public Health Law ?Crimes against Public Health? in the scope of Malaria in Mozambique-Maputo. Closing date: 2024-06-30
Internship Roster , various departments
WIPO: Internship Roster , various departments in Switzerland. Closing date: 2024-07-01
Administration Senior Officer (Re-announcement) Administration
UNOPS: Administration Senior Officer (Re-announcement) Administration in Yangon, Myanmar. Closing date: 2024-07-01
Legal Specialist - Administrative Law Legal
UNOPS: Legal Specialist - Administrative Law Legal in Copenhagen, Denmark. Closing date: 2024-07-01
Medical Officer, Routine Immunization
WHO: Medical Officer, Routine Immunization in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-07-01
Technical Officer Communication and Documentation
WHO: Technical Officer Communication and Documentation in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-07-01
Technical Officer Monitoring & Evaluation, Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD)
WHO: Technical Officer Monitoring & Evaluation, Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-07-01
Technical Officer, Polio and Measles Laboratory
WHO: Technical Officer, Polio and Measles Laboratory in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-07-01
Technical Officer, Surveillance and Risk Assessment
WHO: Technical Officer, Surveillance and Risk Assessment in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-07-01
Technical Officer Vaccine Safety
WHO: Technical Officer Vaccine Safety in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-07-01
Technical Officer, Logistics and Supply Chain
WHO: Technical Officer, Logistics and Supply Chain in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-07-01
Resource Mobilization and Partnerships Officer
WHO: Resource Mobilization and Partnerships Officer in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-07-01
NPO (Divisional Coordinator)
WHO: NPO (Divisional Coordinator) in Bangladesh-Mymensingh. Closing date: 2024-07-01
Consultant - GEF Climate Change and Health Project, Port Vila, Vanuatu
WHO: Consultant - GEF Climate Change and Health Project, Port Vila, Vanuatu in Vanuatu-Port Vila. Closing date: 2024-07-01
Communications Support Officer (CPCP)
WHO: Communications Support Officer (CPCP) in Belarus-Minsk. Closing date: 2024-07-02
Finance Officer
WHO: Finance Officer in Switzerland-Geneva. Closing date: 2024-07-02
Technical Officer, Strategic Fund
WHO: Technical Officer, Strategic Fund in United States-Washington, D.C.. Closing date: 2024-07-02
Documentation Assistant (English)
WHO: Documentation Assistant (English) in Denmark-Copenhagen. Closing date: 2024-07-02
Vaccine Research Officer
WHO: Vaccine Research Officer in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-07-02
Technical Officer, Logistics and Supply Chain
WHO: Technical Officer, Logistics and Supply Chain in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-07-02
Coordinator (Vaccine Preventable Diseases and Immunization) (Roster)
WHO: Coordinator (Vaccine Preventable Diseases and Immunization) (Roster) in Philippines-Manila,Multiple locations. Closing date: 2024-07-02
External Relations Officer
WHO: External Relations Officer in Congo-Brazzaville. Closing date: 2024-07-02
National Professional Officer (Labs)
WHO: National Professional Officer (Labs) in Pakistan-Islamabad. Closing date: 2024-07-02
Associate Biomedical Engineer Engineering | Health
UNOPS: Associate Biomedical Engineer Engineering | Health in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Closing date: 2024-07-02
Project Management Support - Senior Assistant Project Management
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Grants And Contracts Manager
Country: United States of America Organization: Dexis Consulting Group Closing date: 31 Jul 2024 Dexis is a professional services firm that solves the most pressing social challenges in complex environments, paving the way for a more secure and prosperous world. Dexis embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion and strives to build and maintain a safe environment where we celebrate diverse backgrounds, treat everyone with respect, and value the unique lived experiences each person brings based on their race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, military or veteran status, national origin, age, marital status or family status and related conditions. At Dexis, you will experience a corporate culture of inclusiveness, fairness, and trust. You will be given the means and mentorship needed to succeed, and your creativity will be rewarded. ABOUT THE POSITION Dexis is seeking a Grants and Contracts Manager to support cradle-to-grave grant and contract administration for USG clients, predominately the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the Department of State (DOS) and the Department of Defense (DOD). The Manager will be an integral part of Dexis’ Contracts team and will work alongside our experienced Contracts, Grants and Procurement Director and Contracts team members to guide Dexis HQ and field teams on contractual requirements, federal rules/regulations, and corporate guidelines and policies to ensure compliance and mitigate risk. RESPONSIBILITIES Review grant and cooperative agreement packages, negotiate and prepare complex grants, cooperative agreements, amendments/modifications and supporting documentation, and prepare all pertinent documentation for new grants and cooperative agreements. Independently manages day-to-day duties and assigned responsibilities with detailed understanding of contractual requirements and the relevant policies and regulations. Actively engage across project management units and country teams to advise on grant compliance issues. Oversee compliance in subcontract management, grants, and the hiring and oversight of consultants. Negotiate subcontract agreements, support development of small business subcontracting plans on proposal efforts and ensure appropriate prime contract flow-downs are incorporated into subcontract agreements. Review requests and draft agreements for consultancies. Advise project management units to ensure efficient, effective and compliant performance throughout entire project by providing guidance on contractual issues, interpreting regulations and contractual requirements, reviewing client requests and budget modifications, ensuring risk mitigation and management, etc… Proactively identify and raise all potential compliance issues, work to correct the situation, and follow up to ensure corrective action is taken; elevates contractual concerns as appropriate. Conduct regular research of USG rules and regulations as related to USAID, DOS, DOD and other clients (e.g., AIDAR, FAR, ADS, 2 CFR 200) to ensure compliance. Contribute to quality control/quality assurance oversight in all grants and contracts processes through the development, implementation, and continuous refining and improvement of Contracts processes, systems, tools, platforms, and best practices. Review terms and conditions of new prime awards, subcontracts, cooperative agreements and modifications issued to Dexis and provide guidance and interpretation. Partner with proposal teams to review solicitations, teaming agreements, NDAs, and other related documents for bids. Ensures the preparation and review of documents for internal or external audits. Advise and/or lead the development of project and corporate policies, procedures, templates, and supplementary guidance resources related to contracts and grants administration and compliance. Develop, lead, and coach project teams, HQ staff, and field staff on management of grants under contract and subawards; provide mentorship to junior level staff members within the Contracts team. Ensure project compliance through regular revision of project procurement, acquisition and grant files and advise on corrective actions, as needed. Lead the development of project- and corporate-level training content. Perform related work as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor's degree in a related field At least 7 years of relevant professional experience Fluent or advanced Spanish In-depth knowledge of FAR, AIDAR, ADS 350 and 303, 2 CFR 200, and Department of State Standardized Regulations (DSSR) Experience supporting USAID-funded programs Strong understanding of Cost Reasonableness - Cost Principles and Audit Requirements for Federal Programs Strong problem-solving and negotiation skills as well as exceptional customer support (both internally & externally) Sound business judgment and demonstrated ability to provide contractual oversight by identifying and presenting to management program issues and providing solutions Prior experience developing policies, procedures, and templates Hands-on experience with all contract types - cost reimbursable (CP), FFP, T&M;, IDIQ Proficiency in Microsoft Excel & Word Excellent organizational skills with a willingness to take initiative Ability to manage and prioritize tasks with multiple deadlines Excellent oral and written communications skills Dexis is on a mission to help solve today’s most pressing global political, social, and economic challenges and create a world where all people are safe and prosperous. As a Dexis employee, you will be challenged, empowered, and mentored. Our motto is “find a way or make a way” — that’s how Dexis goes “all in.” How will you? If you are passionate about this opportunity, apply now! Only those applicants who meet the above criteria will be contacted for interview. Dexis is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, pregnancy, disability, age, genetic information, military service, veteran status, ethnicity, citizenship, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, childbirth and related medical conditions, including lactation, or any other protected class under applicable law. If you are hired for a position that is paid from the Dexis home office, you will be required to submit proof that you have received the COVID-19 vaccine unless you qualify for a legally recognized medical or religious exception to the vaccine requirement. This does not apply to AL, AZ, FL, KS, MT, NH, ND, or TX residents. How to applyJobs – Dexis Consulting Group (dexisonline.com)
RESEARCHER - USAID/CPS Peacebuilding Evaluation, Analysis, Research, and Learning (PEARL)
Country: Ghana Organization: INTEGRITY Closing date: 30 Jun 2024 Part-time consultancy position from June 2024 – October 2024, based in Ghana with possible in-country travel Introducing Integrity Integrity is an ethical consultancy and service provider working in challenging and complex environments around the globe. We help our clients succeed in fragile and challenging environments while building trust and understanding as the basis for transformative change. We work across all phases of the programme and project cycle, delivering eleven complementary services: monitoring, evaluation and learning / data and knowledge management / research, evidence and analysis / advisory / project management / communications / risk management / technical assistance / capability and capacity development / stakeholder engagement / grant and fund management. Our services are underpinned by the principles on which we were founded, a commitment to providing reliable information and evidence, and expert and high-quality delivery. Headquartered in London and Washington DC, Integrity also has offices in Jordan, Kenya, and Pakistan. Our multi-national team of over 80 deliver multi-year projects, programmes and consulting assignments to a wide range of government clients, international organisations, foundations and private sector clients. VISION: To set the international standard for ethically delivered expert services in complex and challenging contexts. MISSION: We use evidence and learning to provide trusted advice and enable change for a sustainable future. VALUES: • Courage: We work on many of the world’s most complex problems. We stand against violence in all its forms. We are unafraid to stand up to illegal or unethical practices. • Objectivity: We challenge conventional thinking. Our recommendations are not based on assumptions or ideology but evidence and learning. • Diligence: We incorporate our best individual and collective intellect through rigour, reflection, and collaboration. • Accountability: We take responsibility for the quality of our work and performance. We hold ourselves to account through clear policy and process, sustained by long-term profitability. • Sensitivity: We understand the impact of our presence and our work, empathise with people’s situations, and commit to do no harm. ETHICS: Integrity upholds the highest ethical standards in our work, our employment of staff and our interaction with people. Through adherence to our core values, we ensure the best possible service, and benefit the communities amongst whom we work. We commit to building a diverse and inclusive organisation where all feel safe and able to progress, contribute and be heard, regardless of gender, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion, marital or parental status. Further information about Integrity can be found at www.integrityglobal.com. Project Background Integrity leads the Peacebuilding, Evaluation, Analysis, Research, and Learning (PEARL) Activity for the USAID Bureau for Conflict Prevention and Stabilization’s Center for Conflict and Violence Prevention (CPS/CVP). PEARL is a global buy-in mechanism that offers violence and conflict analysis, peacebuilding evaluation, and knowledge management services to USAID Missions and Operating Units. Through PEARL, Integrity is conducting a Violence and Conflict Assessment (VCA) for USAID/Ghana through a desk review and VCA Tabletop Exercise. USAID/Ghana is developing a new Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) in August 2024 due to significant contextual changes in recent years, including increased conflict and a growing threat of violent extremism in northern Ghana, an economic crisis, and exacerbated climate shocks. The Mission requires an updated understanding of key conflict and violence dynamics to ensure conflict considerations are integrated as a strategic priority in the new CDCS. Integrity is recruiting an experienced Researcher who is available beginning in June 2024. The Researcher should be able to commit between 40%-60% LOE throughout the period of performance in accordance with the agreed-upon schedule. The Researcher must be available to participate in a series of in-person workshops over a two-week period during mid to late July (exact dates TBD). This position is open to researchers based in Ghana and may require some in-country travel. Scope of Work The Researcher will provide deep thematic and contextual expertise as well as support all aspects of the assessment including desk review, assessment design, analysis and synthesis of findings, report and other written document inputs, and active participation in and planning of the workshops. The Researcher will provide technical support and expertise to the Ghana VCA Team Leader throughout the assessment and support the assessment team with in-country logistics. This includes playing a key role during the assessment’s Tabletop VCA Exercise and Recommendations Workshop and providing technical inputs on other deliverables, ensuring high-quality services and outputs that meet the client’s needs. S/he will work closely with the PEARL Team Leader, Activity Management Unit, and Task Order Manager to ensure the activity is implemented according to PEARL standard operating procedures and meets the Task Order’s analytical and communication standards. In addition to providing inputs for a desk review, Assessment Design, the VCA report, and the presentation and dissemination of findings, the Researcher is expected to participate fully in the design and delivery of up to four days of analytical workshops anticipated for mid-to-late July. The workshops will be held in Accra and may include sessions in Tamale. The Researcher is expected to help the Assessment team identify local experts to include in the workshops and may be asked to support with in-country logistics related to travel and workshop venues. The position reports directly to the Ghana VCA Team Leader. Terms of Reference The Researcher will: Advise the Ghana VCA team on all technical aspects relating to the assessment, providing them with contextually expert insights to inform all deliverables and ensure findings are locally informed. Help the Team Leader prepare and deliver a VCA Tabletop Exercise and Recommendations Workshop, including by designing workshop sessions, working with the Assessment Team to identify relevant local experts, and participating actively in all workshop sessions. Conduct desk-based research and advise on the most up-to-date research available on key thematic areas of interest to USAID. Provide inputs into presentations, Assessment Design, and Assessment Report, helping the VCA team to incorporate any comments and questions raised by USAID. Support the dissemination of findings, conclusions, and recommendations in a format that is user-friendly and suitable for collaboration, learning, and adaptation. Provided in-country logistics support as necessary. Other tasks as requested/required by the Ghana VCA Activity Director and/or Team Leader. In particular, this may include providing in-country logistics support, attending orientation sessions, and attending consultations with Mission staff. Your Experience and Expertise You will have: Bachelor's degree required (advanced degree preferred) in a field relevant to conflict studies, political science, international development, or related studies. At least 5 years of progressively responsible experience in the humanitarian or international development field. Demonstrated experience implementing research projects, evaluations, or conflict assessments. Strong writing/organizational skills and a demonstrated ability to deliver written products (research reports and PowerPoint slides) required. Experience using computer/data analysis software including Microsoft Office suite, Adobe Creative suite, and database management systems. Excellent organizational skills and ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines. Extensive Ghana and/or regional experience examining issues of conflict, violence, and political economy analysis. Knowledge of the social, political, and economic factors affecting populations in Ghana, with strong research networks. Good interpersonal skills, including the ability to work well with a diverse team in different geographic locations. Ability to work for extended hours when required. It is desirable that you will also have: Experience using quantitative, geospatial, and qualitative methods for data collection and analysis, particularly in complex and conflict-affected environments. Familiarity with development approaches to stabilization, conflict and violence prevention, and/or relevant governance and fragility programming. Experience working with USAID is preferred. Languages: Written and oral fluency in English required, with the ability to write clear and compelling narrative; Proficiency in a Ghanaian language preferred. How to applyIf you are interested in applying for this position, please complete the application form at https://tinyurl.com/PEARL-apply and attach a CV and Cover Letter, explaining why you are suitable for and want the role. Applications submitted without a cover letter will not be considered. The closing date for applications is 21, June 2024.However, we will review candidates on a rolling basis and the vacancy may be filled before this deadline. We encourage early applications. Please be advised that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Integrity is an equal opportunities employer. We encourage applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates, regardless of gender, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion, marital or parental status. We will respect your confidentiality and abide by UK / US data protection laws.
MEL Officer
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Organization: International Commission of Jurists Closing date: 7 Jul 2024 Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Officer (100%) Job location: UK, France, Italy, or Spain (remote); or Belgium (hybrid)* Target start date: September 2024 The International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) is a worldwide organization of judges and lawyers united in affirming international law and rule of law principles that advance human rights. Its strategic goals for 2021-2025 are: (1) to develop, defend, and strengthen international institutions, instruments, and standards on rule of law and human rights; (2) to improve domestic implementation of, and compliance with, international law and standards; (3) to bolster the effectiveness and independence of judges and lawyers; and (4) to improve access to justice for all and accountability. With its Headquarters based in Geneva, Switzerland, ICJ has a presence in Africa, Latin America, Asia & the Pacific, Europe & Central Asia, and the Middle East. To contribute to enhancing effectiveness and efficiency across the organization by fostering a results-based approach and culture that better demonstrates the impact and relevance of ICJ work, we are seeking a full-time MEL Officer. The ideal candidate has experience working with donor rules and implementing best practice in terms of M&E; and project cycle management, and is able to develop log frames across a range of issues and programme types; work with multi-disciplinary teams to track results on complex programmes and manage internal and external evaluations. The overall objective of the post is to contribute to enhancing effectiveness and efficiency across the organization through a results-based approach and culture that best demonstrates the impact and relevance of ICJ work. Working in close coordination with the External Relations team, Programme Managers, and Legal Advisers, the MEL Officer will implement and strengthen results-based systems, practices and tools, and support the programme and legal staff with their implementation. RESPONSIBILITIES Reporting to the Director, External Relations and Programmes, the MEL Officer will: Methodology Lead implementing the Results-Based Framework in line with the 5-year Strategic Plans. Manage and report on the organizational Result-Based Framework. This includes guiding and supporting the programme and legal staff in effectively using it. Ensure project management processes and tools are being used consistently and to the correct standard, and provide support and guidance to the programme and legal staff where needed. Act as the focal point at the central level for all methodology questions during programme and project implementation: inception, project reviews, evaluations, etc. Organise trainings on project management, knowledge sharing and other MEL related topics for staff and partners as well upon request. Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Lead and draft the annual organizational plans and reports to core donors, with inputs from the Director of Programme Management and Donor Relations and the programme staff. Develop and support the implementation of project cycle management tools and policies, including project evaluations. Participate in quarterly programme reviews to ensure MEL work is on track. Conceptualise and conduct internal project evaluations with the designated legal staff (including designing the evaluation, developing and testing the data collection tools, taking part in data collection and analysis, drafting the evaluation report, etc.). Coordinate external evaluations with the relevant staff (ToR development, consultant recruitment, tools and report review). Advise on data collection tools and methodology design as well as data analysis and reporting Run knowledge-sharing and lessons learned sessions at least bi-annually between programmes and regions. Fundraising: project design and donor relations Support the development of proposals in coordination with the Fundraising Officer and Director of ERP (developing intervention logic / results chain; log frame and M&E; project implementation structure; etc.). Advise and support implementation teams on the design of new projects / development of project proposals (intervention logic / results chain; log frame and M&E; project implementation structure; etc.). Other Provide support to the development of 5-year strategic plans. Improve the presentation of ICJ project material: reports, tools, etc. Provide support in other relevant matters as required. PROFILE The successful candidate will have: Education & Experience • A University degree in political science, law, social sciences, development studies or a related subject. • At least five years of work experience in the monitoring and evaluation sector, preferably within the human rights sector. • Demonstrated understanding of the entire monitoring and evaluation process, experience in results-based management (RBM) and project management including reporting to donors and senior management. • At least three years of experience of working on donor funded projects including experience working with donor rules and guidelines and implementing best practice in terms of M&E; and project cycle management. • At least three years of experience in contributing to funding proposal development. • Knowledge of legal and human rights issues would be a distinct advantage. Language skills: Fluent in English (written and spoken). Essential Skills Demonstrated analytical ability and to translate narrative into matrix; Excellent communication skills; Interpersonal and multicultural skills and the ability to work with remote teams; Strong organisational, planning and time-management skills; Ability to take initiative; Ability to work under pressure and to adapt to changing priorities and needs; Attention to detail and accuracy; Commitment to human rights and the rule of law. * Other remote locations may be considered, however Employer of Record fees (and work permit sponsorship fees, if needed) would be the responsibility of the staff member. How to applyInterested applicants should provide all materials outlined below to recruitment@icj.org by 7 July 2024, midnight Central European Time (CET). Early applications are encouraged as they will be reviewed on a rolling basis, the ICJ reserves the right to close the recruitment process early if we consider the number and quality of applications received to be sufficient. CV (maximum 2 pages); Cover letter (maximum 1 page); Info form filled out with your address, preferred job location(s) and indications on the right to work in those location(s); Priority will be given to candidates with existing right to work in the job location. The names and contact details of at least two recent references. Please include “[MEL Officer]” in the subject line of the application e-mail. The ICJ shall not be liable for not opening proposals that are submitted with a different subject. Foreseen dates for the recruitment steps: recruitment test between 11 and 16 July 2024, interviews on 6 and 7 August. Please appreciate that due to the volume of applications, only short-listed candidates will be contacted. The ICJ is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity and value a diverse workforce. The ICJ’s policy is to practice a fair and non-discriminatory recruitment and selection procedure and to strive for and maintain international and multi-cultural personnel. Applications are encouraged from all qualified candidates without distinction on grounds of race, colour, sex, national origin, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity. ICJ staff must adhere to its Code of Ethics which states that discrimination, bullying and harassment in any form will not be tolerated, nor sexual harassment, violence or assault in any form. The successful candidate will be required to pass a background check. ACCESSIBILITY NOTICE: Applicants with disabilities who require reasonable accommodations throughout the recruitment process may send their requests through an email to recruitment@icj.org, or call +41 229 793 833.
Advocacy Intern
Country: Kenya Organization: Habitat for Humanity Closing date: 5 Jul 2024 Summary As an Advocacy and Policy Intern at Habitat for Humanity, you will play a crucial role in supporting our advocacy efforts to promote policies that advance access to safe, affordable housing. This internship provides an excellent opportunity to gain hands-on experience in public policy, advocacy campaigns such as Home Equals Campaign, and community organizing while contributing to the mission of Habitat for Humanity. Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI) is seeking a talented Intern to support advocacy work at the Africa Area Office. The nature of the job is hybrid. About Home Equals: Home Equals is a campaign initiated by Africa Housing Forum, aiming to raise awareness about the importance of housing equality. Home Equals is a five-year global advocacy campaign dedicated to achieving policy change, at all levels, to ensure that people living in informal settlement. Responsibilities/Duties Research and Analysis support: Conduct research on housing policies, socio-economic factors affecting housing, and best practices in affordable housing solutions across Africa. Analyse data and trends related to housing equality and affordability. Advocacy Support: Assist in the development of advocacy materials, including reports, policy briefs, and presentations. Support the organization of advocacy events, workshops, and forums. Engage with stakeholders to promote the Home Equals campaign and Africa Housing Forum initiatives. Communication: Assist in drafting press releases, articles, and social media content to raise awareness about housing equality issues. Manage and update the organization's social media platforms to amplify advocacy efforts. Collaboration: Work closely with team members to coordinate advocacy campaigns and outreach activities. Collaborate with external partners, including NGOs, government agencies, and community organizations. Stakeholder Engagement: Support outreach efforts to build partnerships with key stakeholders, including government agencies, NGOs, and community organizations. Assist in organizing meetings, workshops, and events to promote dialogue on housing issues. Legislative Monitoring: Monitor at least four legislative developments related to housing and community development within the Habitat For Humanity countries/ National Organizations. Track bills, hearings, and other policy activities relevant to Habitat for Humanity’s advocacy priorities. Prepare summaries and updates on legislative actions for internal stakeholders. What we can offer: Gaining experience in a friendly and multicultural environment Learning about the operations of a multinational organization Possible participation in conferences online and in-person Learning about African Union (AU) and Regional Bodies institutions and policies Learning about international network building Learning about project management and project implementation Personal and professional growth through various courses and teambuilding activities Minimum Requirements Must be a university student, pursing degree in sociology, anthropology, public policy, international relations, development studies. Completed bachelor’s degree is an advantage. Knowledge or interest in affordable housing, social equality, Land/ Climate Change and advocacy. Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a team. Openness to learn and ability to process information. Excellent command of English, especially in writing, French would be an added advantage. Possess professional maturity and sensitivity to different cultures. Must be computer literate and experience using MS packages including MS Outlook and Teams. Demonstrate a commitment to HFHI values and vision: Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Writing and communication skills Team player Quick learner Benefits: Hands-on experience in policy analysis, advocacy, and grassroots organizing. Opportunity to work closely with experienced professionals in the field of housing and community development. Networking opportunities with policymakers, nonprofit organizations, and advocacy groups. Flexible schedule and possibility of remote work arrangements. Stipend or academic credit may be available, depending on the internship program. How to applyCandidates should send their CVs (preferred not more than 2 pages) and a cover letter (Maximum 1 page) expressing their interest via email: afrnairobiinfo@habitat.org with Advocacy Intern as the subject of the email. The closing date for applications is 5th July 2024.
Safeguarding and Accountability Advisor
Country: Ukraine Organization: Nonviolent Peaceforce Closing date: 31 Jul 2024 Job Title: Safeguarding and Accountability Advisor Department: Operations Division: Quality & accountability Duty Station: Odesa Line Manager: Head of Mission Line Management Responsibility: N/A Position Type: Full-time Nonviolent Peaceforce (NP) is a dynamic, international non-governmental organisation. We work with people affected by violent conflicts to enhance their security and dignity through Unarmed Civilian Protection (UCP). We work to reduce violence, protect civilians in countries affected by violent conflict and its aftermath, and help transform the world’s response to conflict situations. Overview NP Ukraine operates from its head office in Odesa. Currently, NP Ukraine has five field sites in the Northeast and South of the country. The position is hosted in the Odesa office and will entail visits to field sites across the country programme. The successful applicant will report to the Head of Mission. Job Summary The Safeguarding and Accountability Advisor will lead efforts to implement and strengthen NP’s safeguarding and accountability approaches across its Ukraine programme. The successful candidate will possess technical expertise and understanding related to safeguarding of stakeholders, including relevant national and international rules, regulations, and donor requirements concerning safeguarding and accountability. They will translate those standards into day-to-day practices for use by NP staff and build an infrastructure within NP Ukraine to support compliance. The Safeguarding and Accountability Advisor will develop detailed guidance and provide ongoing technical support to field teams and partners across NP Ukraine to strengthen best practices, tools, and implementing strategies for safeguarding and accountability. The scope of work will include ensuring that quality support is provided to persons with protection concerns while working alongside UCP Specialists and Protection Officers, particularly related to case management. Key Responsibilities Design and implement strategies to support and guide staff ensuring that safeguarding measures are integrated into office operations, processes and programmes in line with safeguarding implementation standards and other core safeguarding documents. Coordinate the implementation of NP’s Safeguarding Policy Implementation standards, ensuring managers are aware of which standards apply to their area of responsibility and facilitating a team of delegate focal points, in order to ensure safeguarding measures are integrated into activities across all departments. Effectively manage an audit programme within NP Ukraine, ensuring compliance with national and international requirements and to ensure that any action plans are fed back to the global Safeguarding Manager. Undertake clear and strong advocacy on safeguarding at all levels across the office, acting as an ambassador and role model for safeguarding implementation at all times. This will involve making use of appropriate internal platforms and events (e.g. management meetings, staff inductions etc.) to raise awareness of and increase commitment to policies. Deliver mandatory safeguarding briefings, inductions and/or workshops to staff, managers and associates ensuring all are aware of what safeguarding means for them and how to execute their specific responsibilities under the policy. Coordinate the annual safeguarding implementation standards self-assessment and incident reporting exercises, providing reports on outcomes and trends to the country management team. Focal point for coordination with staff cares external provider, promoting the use of mental health tools available to all staff. Supporting field-based safeguarding focal points with refresher training and support materials. Qualifications A master’s degree or equivalent experience in a field related to humanitarian assistance and international development, or Ethics and HR Management. Demonstrated experience in the application of safeguarding and accountability policies, protection programming and rights-based approaches to development. At least 4 years’ experience in protection and safeguarding programme design and implementation in fragile context settings. Key Challenges Building and sustaining collaborative partnerships, negotiating, and resolving contentious issues and conflicts of interest while managing and balancing varied, diverse stakeholder priorities across a geographically dispersed region. Other Specialized Requirements Ukraine is a complex security environment, and the evolution of the war is completely unpredictable – experience in insecure environments is essential to success in this position. This posting can be physically demanding that may require walking and driving long distances. A strong motivation to do what’s necessary in a complex logistics environment is required. Skills and Competencies Strong communication skills, both written and verbal. Excellent problem-solving and analytical abilities. Ability to work effectively in a team and independently. Manage complex issues discreetly and confidentially Preferred skills/Qualifications This position demands a dynamic individual with a demonstrated ability to achieve results in demanding and often difficult environments. Proven experience responding to and managing sensitive protection/safeguarding matters in a confidential manner. Experience developing safeguarding and accountability resource materials, including guidance, tools, and best practices. Experience in effectively delivering training, workshops and inductions. Experience working in fragile settings that have conflict, post-conflict, or transitional state characteristics. Skills Independent Judgment/Analytical: Ability to set priorities, solve problems and analyze data. Ability to manage information with discretion. Demonstrable conflict analysis skills, identify entry points and design prevention and safeguarding strategies. Interpersonal: Ability to communicate effectively with individuals, motivate and provide leadership to the team and to work in a multi-cultural environment. Solutions focused, creative problem solver. Proven ability to build relationships with the full range of actors including government, chiefs, military, police and non-state actors. Genuine commitment and interest in living and working at the community level. Flexibility and adaptability. Management: Ability to structure and direct work plans of national and international staff, managing conflict and maximizing human resources. Manage a busy schedule, prioritizing cases of greatest urgency. Ability to address staff welfare issues maturely and discreetly. Languages: Ability to interact confidently in English with colleagues and external contacts, including in writing, and to present relevant information coherently and effectively. Fluency in spoken and written Ukrainian and/or Russian is a plus. Information Technology: Good skills in Microsoft Office applications. Knowledge of Salesforce Nonprofit Success Pack is a plus. Other Specialized Requirements Ukraine is a complex security environment, and the evolution of the war is completely unpredictable – experience in insecure environments is essential to success in this position. This posting can be physically demanding that may require travelling long distances and living in challenging conditions. A strong motivation to do what’s necessary in a complex logistics environment is required. Working Conditions This field position may include challenging living conditions, limited access to amenities, and potentially unstable security situations. The successful candidate will have to be prepared to work irregular hours from time to time, as needed. You must be prepared to live in basic or non-traditional accommodation, which may include shared housing, camps, or field-based settings Demonstrated ability to adhere to strict security protocols and maintain high level of security awareness. How to applyApplication Process Candidates meeting the above requirements are requested to submit a CV (max. 2 pages) and cover letter (max. 1 page), through our website detailing their experience and how they qualify for the Incomplete applications will not be considered. The closing date for applications is 31 July 2024. Candidates may be selected before the closing date; apply early. As part of the recruitment process, shortlisted candidates may be asked to complete a technical assignment before participating in an interview. SPECIAL NOTICE Nonviolent Peaceforce is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against based on disability. Nonviolent Peaceforce acknowledges the duty of care to safeguard and promote the welfare of employees, contractors, volunteers, interns, communities we work with, and other stakeholders and is committed to ensuring safeguarding practice reflects statutory responsibilities and government guidance and complies with best practices in the Humanitarian and Development sector.NP expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment through our code of conduct. We prioritise ensuring that only those who share and demonstrate our values are recruited to work for us. The post holder will undertake the appropriate level of training and is responsible for ensuring that they understand and work within the safeguarding policies of the organisation. All offers of employment will be subject to satisfactory references and appropriate screening checks, which can include criminal records and terrorism finance checks. NP also participates in the Inter Agency Misconduct Disclosure Scheme. In line with this Scheme, we will request information from job applicants’ previous employers about any findings of sexual exploitation, sexual abuse and/or sexual harassment during employment or incidents under investigation when the applicant left employment. By submitting an application, the job applicant confirms their understanding of these recruitment procedures. NO FEE We never ask for payment as part of our selection process, and we always contact candidates via our corporate accounts and platforms. If you are approached for payment, this is likely to be fraudulent. Please check whether the role you are interested in is posted here on our website.
Deputy Country Director - Programmes, Mali
Country: Mali Organization: Plan International Closing date: 5 Jul 2024 The Organisation Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We believe in the power and potential of every child but know this is often suppressed by poverty, violence, exclusion and discrimination. And it is girls who are most affected. Working together with children, young people, supporters and partners, we strive for a just world, tackling the root causes of the challenges girls and vulnerable children face. We support children’s rights from birth until they reach adulthood and we enable children to prepare for and respond to crises and adversity. We drive changes in practice and policy at local, national and global levels using our reach, experience and knowledge. For over 85 years, we have rallied other determined optimists to transform the lives of all children in more than 80 countries. We won’t stop until we are all equal. The Opportunity As the lead of the program team and member of the Country Leadership Team (CLT), the Deputy Country Director Program (DCD-Prog) is responsible for structuring the program teams & strengthening Plan’s presence in Mali. The position holder will mainly play a key role in implementing the new country strategy for 2024 – 2028 and will be accountable for the quality of our programmes in Mali. Under the leadership of the Country Director, DCD-Programme oversees leadership to the development and strategic oversight of Plan International’s programme & influencing work in Mali. You will be responsible for delivering Plan International Mali's programme and influencing initiatives meeting the highest levels of technical outcomes, producing results for children, particularly girls, and contributing to the achievement of Plan’s Country and global strategic plans. About you You will be a values-based and feminist leader, with significant experience in complete and security volatile contexts and good knowledge of emergency response management. You have a strong background in programme design, monitoring & evaluation, and learning management. You are comfortable with purpose-driven resource mobilisation, fundraising, and a demonstrable commitment to gender equality, equity, diversity, and inclusion. You have extensive demonstrable experience in senior leadership with a track record of supporting leadership in international development. You have experience in the development of resource mobilisation strategies and plans. Experience in risk assessment working with diversified donor portfolios and appropriately guiding management. To succeed in this role, you must speak French and English fluently. Only applications in English will be considered. Location: We will be recruiting internationally for this position, however the successful candidate must be based in Bamako, Mali. Hence, relocation will be provided. This role is open to both Nationals and Internationals Type of Role: 3-Year Fixed-Term Contract Reports to: Country Director Closing Date: 5th July 2024 Equality, diversity and inclusion is at the very heart of everything that Plan International stands for. We want Plan International to reflect the diversity of the communities we work with, offering equal opportunities to everyone regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. Plan International is based on a culture of inclusivity and we strive to create a workplace environment that ensures every team, in every office, in every country, is rich in diverse people, thoughts, and ideas. We foster an organisational culture that embraces our commitment to racial justice, gender equality, girls’ rights and inclusion. Plan International believes that in a world where children face so many threats of harm, it is our duty to ensure that we, as an organisation, do everything we can to keep children safe. This means that we have particular responsibilities to children that we come into contact with and we must not contribute in any way to harming or placing children at risk. A range of pre-employment checks will be undertaken in conformity with Plan International's Safeguarding Children and Young People policy. Plan International also participates in the Inter Agency Misconduct Disclosure Scheme. In line with this scheme we will request information from applicants previous employers about any findings of sexual exploitation, sexual abuse and/or sexual harassment during employment, or incidents under investigation when the applicant left employment. By submitting an application, the job applicant confirms their understanding of these recruitment procedures. Please note that Plan International will never send unsolicited emails requesting payment from candidates. How to applyDeputy Country Director - Programmes, Mali Job Details | Plan International (plan-international.org)
Consultancy service for landscape-based project generation and implementation
Organization: World Vision Closing date: 15 Jul 2024 1. Background World Vision International is a Christian, Community-based and Child-Focused organization working in 100 countries around the world, serving and partnering with all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, capacity, background or gender. World Vision International Middle Eastern and Eastern Europe Regional (WV MEER) Office is looking for a Consultancy service for landscape-based project generation and implementation. The call is open to any interested individuals and entities. The organization World Vision is committed to enhancing the sustainable use and management of landscapes. We aim to integrate ecological, social, and economic considerations into our project proposals and delivery processes. In particular this is for the Middle east and Eastern European countries. To achieve this, we seek the expertise of consultants and consultancies that specialized in landscape-based project generation and implementation. 2. Objectives The primary objectives of this consultancy are: To develop comprehensive project proposals that incorporate sustainable landscape management practices. To ensure effective delivery and implementation of landscape-based projects. 3. Scope of Work The consultancy will involve one or a part of the following tasks: 3.1 Project Proposal Generation Conduct thorough needs assessments and baseline studies to understand the ecological, social, and economic contexts of the project areas. Engage with stakeholders, including local communities, government bodies, and NGOs, to gather input and ensure community participation. Develop detailed project proposals, including objectives, methodologies, activities, timelines, budgets, and risk management strategies. Ensure proposals align with the organization’s mission and strategic goals, as well as relevant national and international standards and guidelines. 3.2 Project Delivery and Implementation Develop detailed project implementation plans, including activity schedules, resource allocation, and monitoring and evaluation frameworks. Coordinate with relevant stakeholders to facilitate project implementation. Provide technical support and capacity building to project teams and local partners. Monitor project progress, identify challenges, and propose corrective actions as needed. Prepare regular progress reports and final project reports, documenting outcomes and lessons learned. 4. Deliverables The consultants are expected to deliver the following: Comprehensive project proposals for [number] landscape-based projects. Detailed project implementation plans for approved projects. Progress reports on project delivery every [frequency, e.g., quarterly]. Final project reports upon project completion. 5. Required Qualifications and Experience The consultants should possess the following qualifications and experience: Advanced degree in environmental science, landscape architecture, natural resource management, or a related field. At least 5 years of experience in developing and implementing landscape-based projects. Proven track record in project proposal writing and securing funding. Strong understanding of sustainable landscape management principles and practices. Experience working with diverse stakeholders, including local communities and government bodies. Excellent analytical, communication, and report-writing skills. Potential and relevant technical skills may include one or a combination of the following relevant technical areas each of which can contribute to a holistic approach to landscape-based regeneration: WASH IWRM engineering Hydrology and Hydraulic Modelling Hazard forecasting and vulnerability assessment GIS and mapping Data and EWS and forecasting Natural resource management Livelihood Value chain development Agriculture Livestock Agroecology Innovation and new technologies or systems Circular systems Blended Finance DRR and Anticipatory Action Peace and conflict mitigation solar hydro and micro hydro renewables-wind Economist Cash and voucher programming behaviour change programming. political economy and policy Other relevant skills 6. Design of consultancy arrangement WV MEER Office will sign a long-term agreement (LTA) with selected consultants. The agreement establishes a framework agreement between WV and selected consulatan/s, delineating the rates and other general terms. This framework will serve as the foundation for calculating specific service requests on an individual basis. The consultant will be working in two phases comprising a virtual and a field trip. The field aspect of this consultancy is not guaranteed as getting onto the ground has conditionalities that sometimes are beyond our control. How to applyAny consultants/organization interested in participating in the selection process should express their interest by filling up the following linkbefore 15.07.2024 17:00 Cyprus time. If you experience any technical difficulties while submitting the form, kindly contact us at davit_merabishvili@wvi.org After the indicated deadline consultants will receive an invitation to submit the proposal online through Coupa System.
Country Finance Manager
Country: Mali Organization: Plan International Closing date: 5 Jul 2024 The Organisation Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We believe in the power and potential of every child but know this is often suppressed by poverty, violence, exclusion and discrimination. And it is girls who are most affected. Working together with children, young people, supporters and partners, we strive for a just world, tackling the root causes of the challenges girls and vulnerable children face. We support children’s rights from birth until they reach adulthood and we enable children to prepare for and respond to crises and adversity. We drive changes in practice and policy at local, national and global levels using our reach, experience and knowledge. For over 85 years, we have rallied other determined optimists to transform the lives of all children in more than 80 countries. We won’t stop until we are all equal. The Opportunity We are recruiting for a Country Finance Manager to join our Country Leadership Team in Plan International Mali. You will provide overall leadership and management of the finance function, promoting financial stewardship, accountability, reliability, and accuracy, ensuring effective resources management, accounting, reporting, utilisation, and safeguarding of assets. You will implement financial policies for budget, cash management, grants and other donors accounting, project financial review, accounting, and reporting. About You A qualified accountant, you bring knowledge of international financial reporting standards, control standards, and the reporting requirements of major grant donors. Extensive experience and knowledge of the sector and its specific financial management issues would be an advantage. Striving for high performance across your team, you bring leadership to strategic thinking and innovation, decision-making, and risk management and develop the skills and capabilities of the finance function in Plan International Mali. You must be fluent in both French and English. This position is a single assignment position. Please note only applications in English will be considered. Location: We will be recruiting internationally for this position, however the successful candidate must be based in Bamako, Mali. Hence, relocation will be provided. This role is open to both Nationals and Internationals Type of Role: 3-Year Fixed-Term Contract Reports to: Deputy Country Director - Operations Closing Date: 5th July 2024 Equality, diversity and inclusion is at the very heart of everything that Plan International stands for. We want Plan International to reflect the diversity of the communities we work with, offering equal opportunities to everyone regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. Plan International is based on a culture of inclusivity and we strive to create a workplace environment that ensures every team, in every office, in every country, is rich in diverse people, thoughts, and ideas. We foster an organisational culture that embraces our commitment to racial justice, gender equality, girls’ rights and inclusion. Plan International believes that in a world where children face so many threats of harm, it is our duty to ensure that we, as an organisation, do everything we can to keep children safe. This means that we have particular responsibilities to children that we come into contact with and we must not contribute in any way to harming or placing children at risk. A range of pre-employment checks will be undertaken in conformity with Plan International's Safeguarding Children and Young People policy. Plan International also participates in the Inter Agency Misconduct Disclosure Scheme. In line with this scheme we will request information from applicants previous employers about any findings of sexual exploitation, sexual abuse and/or sexual harassment during employment, or incidents under investigation when the applicant left employment. By submitting an application, the job applicant confirms their understanding of these recruitment procedures. Please note that Plan International will never send unsolicited emails requesting payment from candidates. How to applyCountry Finance Manager, Mali Job Details | Plan International (plan-international.org)
Consultant, Mid-term evaluation for Phase 1 of the Community Epidemic and Pandemic Preparedness Program (CP3)
Organization: International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies Closing date: 30 Jun 2024 Organizational Context Large-scale epidemics and pandemics pose a serious threat not only to global health security but also to countries, communities, and individuals in their efforts to achieve resilience. Epidemics and pandemics affect all sectors, impacting routine health services, economic and food security, trade, education, civil order, communication, transportation, and many other areas of life. The threat of emerging infectious diseases, including those of zoonotic origin, and the increasing prevalence of diseases previously controlled by antimicrobials and vaccination efforts cause concern to the global health community. Communities play an important role in the prevention, early detection, and early response with regard to this threat. Engagement of communities in epidemic and pandemic preparedness is vital to ensure early action and response to mitigate impact, including the delivery of normative health services. At the end of 2017, the IFRC launched a program focused on Community Epidemic and Pandemic Preparedness (CP3), utilizing a whole-of-society, all-hazard approach. Several key interventions occur within the program focused on three primary workstreams: Community Preparedness, National Society Preparedness, and Key Stakeholders Engagement. In 2024, the program enters its second phase. IFRC is also looking to expand its epidemic preparedness programming beyond the CP3 initiative with the support of additional partners. Through CP3, the IFRC supports communities, National Societies, and partners in preventing, detecting, and responding to disease threats to enhance preparedness for future health risks. CP3 is currently operational in seven countries: Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Guinea, Indonesia, Kenya, Sierra Leone and Uganda. The program's extensive demographic and geographic reach covers multiple counties and communities within the targeted locations. It involves partnerships with National Societies, governments, international and local organizations, and various community stakeholders. The CP3 program involves various stakeholders at different levels: Target Population: The program primarily targets communities in seven countries: Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Guinea, Indonesia, Kenya, Sierra Leone, and Uganda. Key stakeholders, such as: Community and religious leaders, as well as various community groups and leaders (e.g., traditional healers, women groups, community health units, associations) One Health partners at the national and sub-national levels, including human, animal and environmental health authorities Education authorities Disaster management authorities Local governments Private sector entities The media USAID country missions Other USAID implementing partners involved in Global Health Security Red Cross Red Crescent Network: Red Cross Red Crescent-National Societies in the respective countries IFRC Headquarters and Regional Offices for Africa and Asia-Pacific, as well as IFRC Country Cluster Delegations covering the target countries. For further information on the CP3 program and its approach, please visit our website: Epidemic and pandemic preparedness | IFRC: https://www.ifrc.org/epidemic-and-pandemic-preparedness Job Purpose The purpose of this mid-term evaluation is to analyze and provide recommendations based on the findings from the first phase of the Community Epidemic and Pandemic Preparedness Program (CP3) covering October 2017 to September 2023 to assess its delivery to communities, National Societies, and key stakeholders. The IFRC and National Societies will use the evaluation findings and recommendations to learn from Phase 1 to refine its programming as it enters a new phase and potential geographical expansion. The CP3 mid-term evaluation will refer to the vision and key objectives of the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA), which the CP3 program contributes to by bridging high-risk communities with local and national health authorities. It will focus in particular on the relevant WHO Joint External Evaluation (JEE) indicators (v.3.0)as well as related to the World Health Organization (WHO)’s Benchmarks for International Health Regulations (IHR) Capacities. The findings from this evaluation will inform how the CP3 can better support the JEE's identified priorities, ensuring that efforts to prevent, detect, and respond to public health risks are effective, efficient, and sustainable. While the program is implemented in seven countries, the mid-term evaluation will, due to time limitations, conduct country visits will take place only in a subset of countries and counties. However, it is expected that remote interviews cover all countries. Job Duties and Responsibilities Please click here for detailed job duties and responsibilities. For this multi-country epidemic and pandemic preparedness program, the IFRC secretariat is seeking the assistance of a public health M&E; consultant/consultancy team to: lead the evaluation design, in consultation with IFRC develop qualitative and quantitative data collection tools conduct stakeholder interviews and focus group discussions synthesize the evaluation report assist with tools and planning of finding validation workshops and draw these findings into the overall final evaluation conclusions and report Position Requirements Education Required Certifications in monitoring & evaluation and post-graduate (Master’s) degrees in public health, epidemiology or other health-related sciences. Experience Required Minimum of 10 years of monitoring and evaluation experience. Experience in monitoring and evaluation in humanitarian contexts, with a focus on public health. Minimum of 10 years of demonstrated experience in conducting multi-country program evaluations. Knowledge, Skills and Languages Required Fluency in English and French (written and verbal). Knowledge and experience in the humanitarian field and development programs and projects, and participatory methodologies for fieldwork. Strong analytical skills. Ability to synthesize and present findings and conclusions, make practical recommendations and prepare well-written, timely reports. Proven track record of conducting qualitative research including the development of interview schedules, qualitative and quantitative data analysis. High degree of discretion, tact and sensitivity in dealing with internal and external partners and stakeholders at all levels. Knowledge and experience of the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement, including partnership dynamics. Availability to travel to conduct fieldwork in the seven countries and IFRC regional offices. Comments Given the program’s scale, experienced evaluation companies are encouraged to apply to ensure that the evaluation team can meet all requirements. Applicants are expected to provide a detailed description of the evaluation team members, their expertise and capacities and the role that they will play within the evaluation team. When providing the budget, applicants are also expected to indicate the number of days/hours of dedication per team member and the remuneration applicable to calculate the total cost. How to applyPlease apply via the IFRC website. Please include in your application: Cover letter clearly summarizing your experience as it pertains to this assignment, your daily rate, and three professional references. In the same document: Curricula Vitae (CV) for all members of the team applying for consideration. Technical proposalnot exceeding 5 pages expressing an understanding and interpretation of the TOR, the proposed methodology, and a time and activity schedule. Financial proposal itemizing estimated costs for services rendered (team members, consultancy days, daily consultancy fees). At least one example of an evaluation report most similar to that described in this TOR. Application materials are non-returnable, and we thank you in advance for understanding that only short-listed candidates will be contacted for the next step in the application process.
Directrice ou Directeur Technique Réduction de la Violence Armée (F/H/X) - Lyon
Country: France Organization: Handicap International - Humanity & Inclusion Closing date: 7 Jul 2024 Lieu : LyonDate souhaitée de démarrage : Juillet 2024Durée : CDI Handicap International / Humanité & Inclusion (HI) est une association de solidarité internationale indépendante et impartiale, qui intervient dans les situations de pauvreté et d’exclusion, de conflits et de catastrophes. Œuvrant aux côtés des personnes handicapées et vulnérabilisées, elle agit et témoigne pour répondre à leurs besoins essentiels et améliorer leurs conditions de vie. Elle s’engage à promouvoir le respect de leur dignité et de leurs droits fondamentaux. Depuis sa création en 1982, HI a mis en place des programmes de développement dans plus de 60 pays et intervient dans de nombreuses situations d’urgence. Aujourd'hui, nous avons un budget d'environ 255 millions d'euros, avec 4794 employés dans le monde. Chez Handicap International, nous croyons fermement en l'importance de l'inclusion et de la diversité au sein de notre structure. C'est pourquoi nous sommes engagés dans une politique handicap afin de favoriser l'accueil et l'intégration de personnes en situation de handicap. Merci d’indiquer si vous avez besoin d’un aménagement particulier, y compris pour participer aux 1ers entretiens. Retrouvez plus d’informations sur l’association : www.hi.org. CONTEXTE : Le poste de Direction Technique Réduction de la Violence Armée (RVA) encadre les équipes techniques RVA pour un total d’environ 15-20 personnes selon le nombre de projets pilotés depuis le siège. La/le Directrice/eur technique RVA concourt à la réalisation des axes stratégiques de l’organisation en assurant, en ligne avec la Stratégie Fédérale, une qualité et un impact optimaux de l’activité technique sous sa responsabilité. Il/elle partage avec les autres Directeurs la responsabilité de la bonne gestion et du bon fonctionnement de l’organisation globale Handicap International par des changements de paradigme. A ce titre, il/elle représente l’organisation globale HI auprès des parties prenantes externes. Le / la titulaire du poste reportera au Directeur Innovation et Développement. OBJECTIFS DU POSTE :Responsabilité 1 : Elaboration de la Stratégie - Participe à l’élaboration de la stratégie globale HI, la décline en une Stratégie Technique (StraTech) sur son périmètre sectoriel et contribue à la stratégie de programmation qui en découle : Périodiquement, contribue à la stratégie globale de l’organisation HI et à son suivi : analyse des indicateurs ; mesure de l’atteinte des objectifs, des obstacles et des risques ; définit des priorités et des ajustements; assure l’anticipation et la visibilité des marges de manœuvre ; définit la priorisation des projets et des nouvelles opportunités selon les capacités d’absorption de l’organisation ; assure la continuité dans les décisions et une communication homogène ; Contribue à l’élaboration des plans et stratégies des autres Directions ; Dans le cadre de la stratégie globale de l’organisation HI, conduit l’exercice de conception de la StraTech dans son périmètre sectoriel et de la stratégie de programmation qui en découle, en prenant en compte les lignes directrices des plans de développement DFI, les enjeux géopolitiques et de Nexus et les stratégies techniques des agences faitières des Nations Unies ; Dans ce même cadre, produit une proposition de valeurs dans son périmètre sectoriel. Responsabilité 2 : Mise en œuvre opérationnelle de la stratégie sur son périmètre - Déploie en respectant les cadres (budget, politiques internes et cadres légaux) la StraTech de sa direction dans le respect de son budget : Effectue un cadrage budgétaire global, correspondant à des politiques concertées et en cohérence avec la stratégie ; Construit et assure le pilotage (R) du budget de sa Direction ; assure une bonne visibilité des choix budgétaires et responsabilise les managers dans la bonne gestion des budgets alloués ; Supervise en tant qu’autorité la mise en œuvre de la STRATECH, en assurant en particulier le suivi et le contrôle opérationnel et financier et le suivi des risques (en décidant des actions correctives le cas échéant) ; Met en place un système permettant le pilotage de performance (processus clés, indicateurs, amélioration turn-over…). Incarne l’autorité scientifique sur son périmètre vis-à-vis de l’interne : Assure la production, la mise à jour, la diffusion au sein de l’organisation HI des cadres et standards techniques en s’appuyant sur l’expérience tirée des projets ; Assure la production d’une offre de services dans son périmètre sectoriel qui décline la proposition de valeurs posée dans le cadre de la stratégie technique, tout contexte, en adaptant les modalités de réponse aux contextes d’intervention ; Encourage la recherche et l’innovation en suggérant et conduisant des projets sur ces thèmes ; Assure le contrôle et le suivi de la qualité ainsi que la pertinence technique des activités menées par les Programmes en assurant un appui technique aux projets et aux programmes et en conduisant des audits ; Assure la mise à disposition immédiate de l’appui technique aux projets et Programmes en cas de réponse à des urgences, tel que dévolu par les cadres de réponses spécifiques ; Assure l’animation d’une ou plusieurs filières métiers selon son périmètre sectoriel. Incarne l’autorité scientifique ainsi que le développement et le rayonnement de la mission sociale sur son périmètre vis-à-vis de l’externe : Porte le rayonnement de l’organisation HI au sein des réseaux professionnels, notamment ceux de son périmètre. A ce titre, développe l’influence externe et la représentation de l’organisation HI dans son périmètre, à travers des actions de communication, plaidoyer et collecte ainsi que le développement de partenariats lorsque pertinent ; Conduit une activité de plaidoyer pour certains thèmes en ligne avec les cadres définis par la direction plaidoyer et contribue aux campagnes principales de plaidoyer ; Conduit une activité de Business Development pour des projets majeurs et des partenariats globaux. Responsabilité 3 : Transformation de l’organisation - Adapte l’organisation dans son périmètre au service de la mise en œuvre de la stratégie : Contribue à la définition de l’organisation et à sa transformation. A ce titre, revoit périodiquement l’organisation, les ressources et les modes de fonctionnement de sa Direction en fonction de ses enjeux spécifiques ; Conduit la transformation et l’amélioration continue des pratiques managériales et professionnelles dans sa Direction ; Veille notamment à l’application des principes transformatifs : simplicité, redevabilité, check & balance. Responsabilité 4 : Management - Assume la posture et le rôle de manager pour ses collaborateurs : Met en place un esprit et un fonctionnement d’équipe garantissant la mise en synergie des directions. Impulse dans ce cadre des échanges de pratique inter et intra directions ; Contribue au développement de ses collaborateurs : fixe des objectifs individuels, s’assure de l’adéquation entre les besoins de l’organisation et les savoir-faire et les motivations de ses collaborateurs ; Donne des signes de reconnaissance individuels et collectifs ; Développe l’autonomie de ses collaborateurs ; Incarne et transmet les valeurs, veille au respect du code de conduite et des politiques institutionnelles, de l’état d’esprit et des comportements individuels et collectifs attendus. Responsabilité 5 : Membre de l’équipe Exécutive - Assume la posture et le rôle de Directeur au sein de l’organisation HI : Assume les deux facettes de l’appartenance à la Direction des Opérations : la représentation des enjeux de sa propre délégation, et l’exercice collégial de la responsabilité managériale, afin que le management global ne soit pas une simple juxtaposition de compétences spécifiques mais que le territoire de compétence et de responsabilité de chaque Directeur bénéficie de « regards croisés » ; Supervise et manage sa Direction en respectant les principes et cadres internes ; Assure le bon niveau de redevabilité de la Direction des opérations à la gouvernance, conformément aux principes de fonctionnement qui régissent l’organisation globale ; Assure une bonne collaboration avec les autres Directions et Directeurs ; Assume collectivement les décisions et arbitrages concernant la bonne marche du réseau fédéral. Responsabilité 6 : Représentation et Communication Représente l’organisation et communique en son nom en congruence avec les choix stratégiques auprès d’acteurs internes et externes ; Développe l’influence de l’organisation auprès des réseaux externes et autorités. ACCESSIBILITÉ DU LIEU DE TRAVAIL : Les locaux sont facilement accessibles en transports en commun (bus, métro). Un parking voitures et un parc à vélos sont également à disposition. Au sein du bâtiment, des rampes d'accès et ascenseurs garantissent une meilleure circulation. Tous les postes de travail sont situés en Open Space mais des box sont disponibles à chaque étage pour travailler dans le calme si nécessaire. L’espace de travail est très lumineux. Une référente handicap est présente pour répondre aux éventuelles questions et vous accompagner dans vos démarches. En fonction de vos besoins, le poste peut être aménagé. PROFIL REQUIS : Vous disposez d’une expertise technique dans un ou plusieurs des domaines techniques couverts ; Avec une capacité de leadership, vous pouvez gérer, motiver et entraîner une équipe et des pairs, y compris à distance, le tout avec bienveillance ; Vous êtes capable d’assumer une posture de direction tout en étant capable de produire soi-même, de se remettre en cause, et de coopérer ; Engagé.e, vous avez un fort sens politique, êtes capable de gérer l’ambiguïté et faites preuve de force de conviction par adhésion ; Créer et développer une influence internationale dans l’ensemble de l’organisation ; Adaptable, vous êtes ouvert.e à l’imprévu et vous savez gérer l’incertitude avec persévérance ; Capable de piloter votre activité et vos ressources, ainsi que de créer et développer une influence internationale dans l’ensemble de l’organisation ; Communiquer et négocier en interne et en externe de manière claire et concise autant en anglais qu’en français. CONDITIONS DU POSTE : CDI à partir de Juillet 2024 ; Carte Titres Restaurant ; Mutuelle employeur ; Contrat statut Cadre 34CP et 13 RTT à taux plein annuel ; Accord télétravail avantageux ; De nombreuses activités sportives et sociales sont proposées dans nos locaux. How to applyPOSTULER : Uniquement en ligne en joignant CV et Lettre de motivation via le lien suivant : https://apply.workable.com/j/DBA3606CEC Les candidatures sont traitées de façon continue, n’attendez pas pour postuler ! Seules les candidatures retenues seront contactées. Pour plus d’information sur l’association : www.hi.org
Closeout Specialist
Country: Kenya Organization: Chemonics Closing date: 27 Jun 2024 The purpose of the Afya Ugavi Activity under the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program – Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project is to address the supply chain and health commodity systems strengthening needs of the HIV/AIDS, malaria, family planning, and maternal and child health programs within Kenya at both national and county levels. The Activity is designed to improve performance in quantification, procurement, warehousing, and distribution of related program commodities at national and county levels and ensure a high level of accountability and leadership towards improved service delivery. The aim of this scope of work is to support the closeout process of the Afya Ugavi Activity, which will be closing out on September 28, 2024. Responsibilities include: Support project office closeout activities, interfacing regularly with field-based staff and the home office Project Management Unit (PMU) and ensure full compliance with USAID regulations and standards. Assist the Project Management Team to address technical, administrative, and contractual requirements with particular attention towards a compliant and timely closeout. Support data and reports backup of all project's reports and databases in appropriate local and online repositories with follow-up to responsible staff for compliance. Monitor and update the closeout tracker and keep all PMU and project staff regularly updated on progress and elevate any areas of concerns that arise promptly. Support the local team as needed with the offboarding and transition of project staff in accordance with local labor laws and USAID regulations. Support with property disposition of all Afya Ugavi inventory and ensuring appropriate documentation is completed and archived prior to closeout. Review project files to ensure files are complete and saved correctly; work with project office to fill any missing gaps. Coordinate weekly meetings with PMU and project staff to provide updates and track progress. Ensure compliance with USAID regulations, Chemonics’ corporate policies, and the laws of Kenya. Establish standards and procedures to ensure that the compliance programs throughout the project are effective and efficient. Ensure proper filing and overall organization of administrative documentation. Perform additional tasks as required by the Chief of Party and/or his designee. Qualifications: Master’s degree in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, or other relevant discipline is preferred. At least ten (10) years of experience managing, in increasing roles of responsibility, finance, procurement, contracts management, administration, logistics and/or human resource related matters for international development activities. Minimum five (5) years of experience managing USAID contracts, including strong skills in procurement/subcontracting, compliance, human resources, and financial management. Experience conducting closeout for a USAID project considered an asset. Strong leadership, mentoring, management, planning, analytical and organizational skills demonstrated by ability to work both independently and within a team, assess priorities, and manage a variety of activities with attention to detail. Knowledge of Kenya operating environment, including registration, taxes, and labor law. Proven leadership and capacity in negotiation and conflict management. Demonstrated ability to manage and implement complex USAID-funded public health programs. Ability to work with cooperating partners in implementing complex programs. Experience in maintaining excellent communication with headquarters. Strong interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills. A team-player attitude. Duration and Level of Effort (LOE) of Assignment: This short-term consultancy position is based in Nairobi, Kenya. The position will be part-time from July 2024 to September 2024, with a total LOE of 45 days. The consultant will report directly to the Chief of Party or his designee. How to applyQualified applicants are encouraged to submit their applications through: https://bit.ly/4bc6NhF by June 27, 2024. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Senior Finance Manager
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Organization: War Child UK Closing date: 9 Jul 2024 Are you an experienced finance professional with a passion for non-profit work? War Child UK is seeking a dedicated Senior Finance Manager for a 12-month fixed term contract to oversee our month-end, budgeting, and forecasting processes. You will support our UK Finance team and consolidate management accounts and budgets at the group level. This role is perfect for someone with UK non-profit and ideally international experience, who can partner with budget holders to provide valuable insights and advice. Key Responsibilities: Provide budget holders with timely, accurate financial information and support informed decision-making. Lead the monthly financial accounting and management accounts process. Oversee the quarterly reforecast process and consolidate submissions. Prepare tax and regulatory returns for HMRC and other entities. Manage treasury functions, including cash flow forecasting. Support month-end processes and improve income reconciliation. Enhance system administration and improvements. Offer technical accounting support across finance teams. Build strong relationships with stakeholders and provide relevant financial advice. Strengthen the financial capabilities of our managers and ensure compliance with financial policies. Assist the Director of Finance & IT with the annual statutory audit process. Liaise with finance teams across the War Child Alliance for aligned processes. Uphold our culture and values, fostering respectful relationships and contributing to a safeguarding-compliant environment. We recognise the considerable benefits that flexible working can bring and are happy to discuss any possible flexible working options with our employees from hiring. For most roles, the following types of flexibility are usually possible: flexible hours, occasional working from home and compressed hours. Join us and be part of a team dedicated to ensuring a safe future for every child affected by war. How to applyMore information about the responsibilities and expectations for the role can be found on our website. We look forward to receiving your application. Please apply via our website: https://careers.warchild.org.uk/vacancies.html
Finance Officer (maternity cover)
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Organization: War Child UK Closing date: 2 Jul 2024 Join War Child UK for a 12-month fixed-term contract as our Finance Officer (maternity cover), steering our financial operations through a phase of dynamic growth. You’ll work closely with the Senior Finance Manager and Finance and IT Director, shaping and implementing vital financial policies. Your role will involve managing day-to-day financial processes, maintaining ledgers, handling payroll, and ensuring compliance with our finance policies. You'll also build strong financial relationships with partner organisations, keep intercompany accounts reconciled, and train staff on financial procedures. With your expertise in financial management, you’ll prepare monthly accounts, conduct balance sheet reconciliations, manage multi-currency transactions, and oversee Gift Aid processing. You’ll be hardworking, supportive, and approachable, especially when working with non-finance colleagues, ensuring they understand and adhere to financial procedures. Ideal candidates are AAT qualified or part-qualified accountants with robust experience in a similar role, preferably within the not-for-profit sector. Proficiency in MS Excel and familiarity with Unit 4/Agresso will set you apart. Bring your organisational prowess, flexibility, and initiative to our dedicated team, contributing to a culture committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults. Key Responsibilities Routine financial management processes for UK office (supplier payments, maintenance of nominal ledgers and balance sheet accounts, entry of income, tax & supplier payments into accounting software package) Work closely with the teams in War Child Alliance to ensure that intercompany accounts are up-to-date and reconciled on monthly basis Ensuring correct processing of invoices from suppliers Processing BACS payments to suppliers Preparation and posting of monthly payroll journal Assist in the preparation of the monthly management accounts Ensuring that Unit 4 nominal ledger is up to date and accurate for all payments made, including staff expenses, company credit cards, standing orders and direct debits. Balance sheet reconciliations (fixed assets, debtors, staff advance accounts, prepayments, creditors, salary control accounts, accruals, intercompany) Monthly income processing and reconciliation for following payment methods: Direct debit, Cheque and Cash, PayPal, BACS, CAF, Cymba, Charities Trust and Charitable Giving Monthly Bank reconciliation for 5 bank accounts including GBP, USD and EUR accounts We recognise the considerable benefits that flexible working can bring and are happy to discuss any possible flexible working options with our employees from hiring. For most roles, the following types of flexibility are usually possible: flexible hours, occasional working from home and compressed hours. Join us and be part of a team dedicated to ensuring a safe future for every child affected by war. How to applyMore information about the responsibilities and expectations for the role can be found on our website. We look forward to receiving your application. Please apply via our website: https://careers.warchild.org.uk/vacancies.html
PR Manager
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Organization: War Child UK Closing date: 14 Jul 2024 We are a multi-award winning, creative and innovative charity, with high ambition in the fundraising and communications arena. We are recruiting for a PR Manager who will be is responsible for engaging with traditional, new, and niche media, across campaign areas including music, art, gaming and sport, and devising PR plans that support these and other fundraising and advocacy goals. You will play a leading role in planning and executing the PR communications activities for War Child UK, as well as overseeing superb content development that supports PR activities. You will also play an important part in executing our brand narrative around children affected by conflict and how War Child are supporting them with power and impact. If you have the following qualities, we'd love to hear from you: An experienced media professional, with a track record of developing, leading and managing creative PR campaigns related to music, art, gaming or other creative sectors. A demonstrable record of strategically identifying target journalists and outlets and successfully placing coverage – both mainstream and niche – that reach priority audiences. Experience of developing media partnerships with online outlets, magazines newspapers, broadcast media and able to navigate these relationships to ensure the best possible outcomes for War Child. Well connected with strong and strategic media contacts, preferably with journalists and outlets who specialise in music, art, gaming or other creative fields. Experienced in developing and commissioning content, ideally with experience of effective storage, management, editing and production of such content for PR purposes. Experienced in developing press angles and hooks that achieve cut-through for campaigns related to music, art, gaming or other creative fields in a competitive media landscape. Able to manage and prioritise multiple tasks and requests and respond flexibly as urgency requires – whilst consistently meetings deadlines and delivering agreed outputs. Already has or would welcome quickly developing an understanding of the sensitivities involved in media work when it comes to vulnerable children and young people, and how to balance objectives with safeguarding obligations. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with a high degree of emotional intelligence to deal with a variety and internal and external stakeholders and the ability to build effective working relationships at all levels. We recognise the considerable benefits that flexible working can bring and are happy to discuss any possible flexible working options with our employees from hiring. For most roles, the following types of flexibility are usually possible: flexible hours, occasional working from home and compressed hours. Join us and be part of a team dedicated to ensuring a safe future for every child affected by war. How to applyMore information about the responsibilities and expectations for the role can be found by selecting "Apply via Website". We look forward to receiving your application. Please apply via our website: https://careers.warchild.org.uk/vacancies.html
Marketing Lead
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Organization: War Child UK Closing date: 14 Jul 2024 We are a multi-award winning, creative and innovative charity, with high ambition in the fundraising and communications arena. We are recruiting for a Marketing Lead who will be responsible for creating and implementing marketing plans for the Communications and Campaigns team that engage the public through music, art, gaming, sport and other creative industries (including film, fashion and TV) for campaigns including Day of the Girl concerts, Secret 7, Sound and Vision, Jingle Jam, Brits Week concerts (among others). You will help activate these campaigns with the goal of generating funds and increasing our brand presence. Your role will also include project managing and coordinating members of the Communications and Campaigns Team (and external agencies) over the campaign cycle across digital channels, PR, digital marketing, design, content and narrative creation. You will be the marketing expert for War Child, working side by side with creative teams both inside the Fundraising Engagement Department and across the organisation to design marketing plans, ensuring that the creative, content and narrative elements add significant value, and most importantly provide a WOW factor to our work. You will both be able to come up with imaginative ideas and see that they are implemented flawlessly, but also have exceptional organisational and project management skills that bring this work together. If you have the following qualities, we'd love to hear from you: Highly experienced marketeer and project manager. Have a track record of leading on the successful creation and implementation of marketing campaigns that engaged audiences through music, art, gaming, sport or other creative industries. Good knowledge around the nuances of creative industries or a background working with a marketing focus in a creative industry, for example, music, art, gaming, sport, etc. Can demonstrate a track record of creative ideation and flare that has added significant value to marketing performance of campaigns. Extensive project management experience to deliver on multiple complex campaigns across a range of channels and specialisms concurrently. Excellent organisational and coordination skills, with a track record of utilising project management tools and processes that hold colleagues accountable to delivery. Analytically strong and able to take an evidence-led approach to enhancing marketing performance pan-channel. Strong track record of deploying marketing approaches to optimise engagement. Good understanding of digital analytics platforms, data capture, monitoring and tracking and how to utilise this to improve digital performance of campaigns. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with a high degree of emotional intelligence to deal with a variety of and internal and external stakeholders and the ability to build effective working relationships at all levels. We recognise the considerable benefits that flexible working can bring and are happy to discuss any possible flexible working options with our employees from hiring. For most roles, the following types of flexibility are usually possible: flexible hours, occasional working from home and compressed hours. Join us and be part of a team dedicated to ensuring a safe future for every child affected by war. How to applyMore information about the responsibilities and expectations for the role can be found by selecting "Apply via Website". We look forward to receiving your application. Please apply via our website: https://careers.warchild.org.uk/vacancies.html
Profesional Técnico WASH
Country: Colombia Organization: Americares Closing date: 31 Aug 2024 El Profesional Técnico WASH se encargará, entre otras, de las siguientes funciones: Diseño y planificación: Llevar a cabo diagnósticos y evaluaciones de necesidades de agua, saneamiento e higiene en ubicaciones y poblaciones objetivo. Diseñar proyectos de infraestructura WASH que sean técnicamente viables, culturalmente adecuados y sostenibles en el tiempo. Elaborar planes de acción, cronogramas, presupuestos detallados y otras herramientas de planificación de proyectos WASH. Participar en la búsqueda de financiamiento y en la elaboración de propuestas para nuevos proyectos de WASH. Implementación: Coordinar y supervisar la construcción, rehabilitación y mejoramiento de infraestructuras y sistemas de agua y saneamiento, asegurando su potabilidad para el consumo humano. Garantizar que todos los proyectos se realicen cumpliendo con las normas de seguridad y calidad, siguiendo los más altos estándares nacionales e internacionales. Proporcionar apoyo técnico para la selección y adquisición de equipos/materiales/mano de obra/etc. para la implementación de proyectos de agua, saneamiento e higiene. Participar activamente en la elaboración de documentos técnicos, informes, reuniones relacionadas con la implementación de los proyectos WASH. Capacitar y fortalecer las habilidades de participantes de los proyectos (comités de agua, comunidades, ente otros) en el uso y mantenimiento de infraestructuras WASH. Promover prácticas de cuidado del agua, higiene y saneamiento en las comunidades beneficiarias en colaboración con los profesionales sociales de los proyectos. Monitoreo y evaluación: Desarrollar e implementar instrumentos de monitoreo para evaluar el progreso, resultados e impacto de los proyectos técnicos WASH. Realizar visitas de campo regulares y evaluaciones de control de calidad para supervisar las obras y actividades y garantizar el cumplimiento de los estándares y normas técnicas. Supervisar al personal de campo que realiza labores técnicas y de infraestructura WASH. Garantizar que las políticas y directrices establecidas en los manuales y políticas de Americares se cumplan y respeten en todo momento y que las decisiones técnicas importantes se tomen en consulta con el Asesor Técnico WASH de Americares HQ. Coordinación y colaboración: Trabajar estrechamente con el área de Programas en Colombia y el Asesor Senior Técnico WASH HQ y todas las áreas de la organización y actores relevantes para su cargo. Informar oportunamente cualquier retraso/problema que pueda surgir y trabajar con Programas para desarrollar soluciones adecuadas a los mismos. Identificar oportunidades de alianzas y desarrollos de proyectos WASH a nivel local, regional y nacional. Realizar otras tareas relacionadas con el ámbito WASH a petición de su jefe inmediato. CALIFICACIONES: Título profesional en Ingeniería Ambiental, Ingeniería Civil o similares. Se valorarán positivamente posgrados en áreas relacionadas con WASH. Mínimo 5 años de experiencia en proyectos de agua, saneamiento e higiene, preferiblemente en contextos humanitarios y de desarrollo. Tarjeta profesional vigente para ejercer en el ámbito de la ingeniería. Experiencia demostrada en el diseño, ejecución y seguimiento de proyectos/programas, especialmente en componentes de hardware/infraestructura WASH y supervisión de actividades de construcción y obras. Conocimientos informáticos, especialmente de MS Office y programas de diseño de ingeniería (AutoCAD, Water CAD, EPANET, etc.). Se valorarán positivamente conocimientos prácticos de inglés (hablado y escrito). Experiencia con organizaciones no gubernamentales (ONGs), asociaciones locales y entidades públicas. Experiencia en trabajo en campo y desarrollo de capacidades locales. Conocimiento profundo de las normas y estándares internacionales humanitarios y de WASH. Familiaridad con normativas y regulaciones nacionales para desarrollar proyectos técnicos WASH. Capacidad de utilizar eficazmente los limitados recursos disponibles, adaptarse a las necesidades cambiantes del proyecto y trabajar amplios periodos de tiempo en campo. Salario: 6.500.000 How to applyPara aplicar a la vacante, compartir hoja de vida al siguiente correo: idiaz@americares.org
Project Officer - Solomon Islands
Country: Solomon Islands Organization: Internews Europe Closing date: 26 Jun 2024 About Internews: Internews is an international non-profit organization dedicated to giving people access to the news and information they need, the ability to connect, and the means to make their voices heard. Since its formation in 1982, Internews has worked in more than 100 countries worldwide. Working in Asia and the Pacific since 1999, Internews currently has offices and projects throughout the region with its regional office in Bangkok and several projects across the Pacific. Deadline of Submission: 26 June, 2024 Start of Position: 21 July, 2024 Building Voices for Accountability is a new project being implemented in Solomon Islands by Internews working with our local partners Transparency Solomon Islands and the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce. Funded by the European Union, the project aims to empower civil society to engage as actors of governance and development by advancing human rights issues and influencing policy and decision-making. The project is designed to strengthen Civil Society Organisations’ capacity for project implementation, advocacy, and policy analysis. It will also promote the development of partnerships, including with public authorities, and facilitating inclusion of CSOs in national and local decision-making. Internews: Project Officer – Solomon Islands (National Post) Supervised by the Project Manager, the Project Officer will provide strategic support and oversight on a variety of tasks, including project management, donor reporting, donor relations, proposal development, and communications. The role will be responsible for managing a variety of tasks. Regular trips within the country for activity implementation and supervision may be required. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Provide overall program management support to ensure a smooth implementation of project activities, including monitoring work plans and activity schedules, and support communications with partners and funders; Develop and track program activities, workplans, deliverables and timelines; Liaise with program partners to oversee and support the safe implementation of activities; Cultivate and strengthen relationships with local partner organizations and ensure that implementation is responsive to the needs of partners and beneficiaries; Monitor project progress, identify and address any potential problems; Carry out research in support of ongoing projects and new initiatives as requested; Provide reporting on all aspects of grant management to donors as needed; Write quarterly, final and/or other donor-required reports and ensure they are submitted on a timely basis; Represent Internews at conferences and events when needed; Build and sustain relationships with donors; Other duties as assigned. In all duties, an understanding of and commitment to upholding Internews' Core Values. APPLICANT CRITERIA Excellent written and verbal communication skills Fluent in Solomon Islands pidgin English language fluency (in speaking, comprehension reading, and writing) required Grant proposal writing experience and proven text-editing proficiency Project management and/or experience in a non-profit media development organization is a plus Knowledge of Solomon Islands’ media and CSO landscape is a plus Demonstrated interpersonal skills including diplomacy, tact, and the ability to negotiate Excellent communication skills: speaking, writing, and listening Proven ability to set priorities and manage time effectively Proven analytical and problem-solving ability Proven ability to work both independently and as an effective team member Proven ability to prioritize and handle multiple ongoing assignments Proficient in Microsoft Office How to applyTo apply for this position, please follow: Position Description (taleo.net)
Legal Information Officer - Lebanon
Country: Lebanon Organization: Legal Action Worldwide Closing date: 6 Jul 2024 Where? The position will be based at our Beirut Office in Lebanon with travel to the Duration: Full time position - 6-month contract. Extension possible subject to funding Salary: 1450 - 1800 USD Starting date: August 2024 Overview: The Legal Information Officer will work directly with LAW to support in providing legal aid to beneficiaries with a range of legal and administrative tasks. Key Responsibilities: Legal Conduct outreach visits to help reach beneficiaries and awareness sessions for targeted communities; Organize legal information sessions and assist the Legal Advisor in delivering them; Assist the Legal Advisor in providing legal aid to beneficiaries (legal assistance and representation); following eligibility and intake criteria of the project; Participate in regular trainings and workshops related to project activities as requested by the Legal Advisor and Project Officer; Attend regular meetings with Legal Advisors to report on progress, observations, and lessons learned; Develop regular activity reports and other reports as required and agreed on with the Legal Advisor; Contribute to designing advocacy and awareness campaigns as well as social media post and to suggesting new initiatives. Administration Coordinate with the Legal Advisor and Project Officer regarding activities’ schedule; Identify and create referral networks to medical and psychological support, health support; cash/food assistance; Coordinate activities held in the centre, including scheduling, coordinating with other staff, and reporting on events; Ensure data and physical files are up to date and in accordance with LAW standards, including attendance sheets, consent forms, expenses reports, and other documents required for the implementation of the activities; Coordinate with the Procurement/Logistics departments for the project’s daily activities, such as fill purchase requests, and ensure the correct documentation is submitted to the Finance department. Take notes and minutes of meetings during filed visits, meetings, and other events as assigned by the Lebanon Programme Manager, Project Officer, Legal Advisor, or other LAW staff and undertake any required follow ups. Other tasks as assigned by the Programme Officer, Legal Advisor, and Lebanon Programme Manager. Experience and Qualifications Required: Bachelor degree in Law; Excellent written and spoken Arabic and English; Minimum 3 years of experience in providing legal assistance and awareness; Knowledge and experience in Lebanese Law and international human rights law; Minimum 2 years of experience planning and coordinating trainings, roundtables and seminars; Minimum 2 years of previous experience working with an I/NGO preferred; Excellent organisational and analytical skills; Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and strong technical literacy; How to applyPlease submit your CV and covering letter outlining how your previous experience and skills match this role (neither exceeding 2 pages of A4) to: recruitment@legalactionworldwide.org. The heading of the application should read “LIO - Lebanon” Deadline for applications: This position is on rolling basis - LAW will be scheduling interviews as the applications come in; therefore, to avoid any disappointment please apply early. Start date: Aug 2024 At LAW we are strengthened by the diversity of our colleagues reflecting the people and communities that we represent and support. Our team includes many nationalities with diverse professional backgrounds, skills, and knowledge. This enables us to deliver and understand the cultural and political contexts on the ground and to tailor our support effectively and appropriately. To learn more about LAW please visit our website: www.legalactionworldwide.org.
Report Writer for Monitoring and Evaluation Support Activity
Organization: INTEGRITY Closing date: 11 Jul 2024 Integrity is an ethical consultancy and service provider working in challenging and complex environments around the globe. We help our clients succeed in fragile and challenging environments while building trust and understanding as the basis for transformative change. We work across all phases of the program and project cycle, delivering eleven complementary services: monitoring, evaluation and learning / data and knowledge management / research, evidence and analysis / advisory / project management / communications / risk management / technical assistance / capability and capacity development / stakeholder engagement / grant and fund management. Our services are underpinned by the principles on which we were founded, a commitment to providing reliable information and evidence, and expert and high-quality delivery. Headquartered in London and Washington DC, Integrity also has offices in Jordan, Kenya, and Pakistan. Our multi-national team of over 80 delivers multi-year projects, programs and consulting assignments to a wide range of government clients, international organizations, foundations and private sector clients. Project Background The Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Support (MELS) Activity serves as USAID/South Sudan’s primary mechanism for monitoring, evaluation, learning, and adaptive management services for ongoing activities and programs. In a dynamic operating environment, MELS provides USAID/South Sudan with flexible, demand-driven technical, analytic, and advisory support in order to strengthen collaboration, learning, and adapting (CLA); promote institutional memory; produce monitoring, evaluation, and learning products as appropriate; strengthen knowledge management and organizational learning (KMOL), organizational effectiveness and operational efficiency; and strengthen data-driven decision-making through the use of GIS and other innovative spatial analysis. Scope of Work The Report Writer (English) will have strong familiarity with ADS and USAID copyediting and formatting guidelines for the USAID/South Sudan Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Support (USAID MELS) Activity. Under the guidance and supervision of MELS Chief of Party, the report writer reviews all ongoing activities and reporting documents. The ideal candidate for this role will have strong English writing and editing skills. They have attention to detail and enjoy collaborating with technical experts and project teams. The Report Writer will work closely with the program teams in Juba, South Sudan, and the Project Management Unit (PMU) in Washington DC to produce professional-quality products and deliverables. Responsibilities include writing, copyediting, proofreading, and formatting reports and other relevant deliverables for the MELS Activity. The Report Writer will ensure quality control and adherence to USAID style guide for branding, marking, and reporting expectation of the MELS Activity reporting process. This is a fixed term contract dependent on donor funding. How to applyIf you are interested in applying for this position, please complete the application form at https://podio.com/webforms/27102550/2079953 and attach a CV and Cover Letter which clearly indicates the country you’re based in, explaining why you are suitable for and want the role. And please submit three examples of your technical writing and editing work that are illustrative of the quality of your work. Applications submitted without a cover letter and sample of writing will not be considered. The closing date for applications is 11 July 2024.However, we will review candidates on a rolling basis and the vacancy may be filled before this deadline. We encourage early applications. Please be advised that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Integrity is an equal opportunities employer. We encourage applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates, regardless of gender, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion, marital or parental status. We will respect your confidentiality and abide by data protection laws.
Terms of Reference (TOR): For the Finalization of the Community-Led Action Planning Process Guide
Organization: GOAL Closing date: 30 Jun 2024 Background The MOMENTUM suite of awards is a flagship program designed to accelerate reductions in maternal, newborn, and child mortality and morbidity in high-burden, USAID-supported countries. MOMENTUM aims to accomplish this goal by strengthening the capacity of country institutions and local organizations to introduce, deliver, scale up, and sustain the use of evidence based, high-quality maternal, newborn, and child health and nutrition (MNCHN), voluntary family planning (FP), and reproductive health (RH) public and private sector services. MOMENTUM's vision is that all individuals, families, and communities have equitable access to and make use of comprehensive, high-quality maternal, newborn, and child health and nutrition programs, voluntary family planning services, and reproductive health care that best meets their needs. Funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the project will build health system resilience in fragile settings and improve outcomes of maternal, neonatal and child health services, and reproductive health and family planning care. MIHR is designed to include a comprehensive, flexible package of support in countries of operation as they overcome context-specific health challenges and progress towards the achievement of self-reliant health systems. The project is being implemented by an IMA World Health led Consortium of which GOAL is a member. GOAL’s role on the program is as the lead technical advisor on health resilience. To support communities to become more resilient, with a specific focus on MNCH/FP/RH, MIHR developed a process at the end of 2022 to engage communities in developing their own action plans for health resilience. This Community led guide has been piloted and implemented in several communities in South Sudan with plans for expansion to Niger, Burkina Faso, Sudan and the DRC in the coming months. The Community-led Action Planning Guide facilitates this process by providing a structured framework for communities to identify their health challenges, prioritize interventions, and mobilize resources effectively, ensuring that the action plans are tailored to the local context and needs. This initiative is part of a broader effort to equip communities with the knowledge and tools necessary to effectively prepare for and respond to shocks and stressors with a specific focus on MNCH/FP/RH. Objective The consultant will refine the Community-Led Action Planning Guide to strengthen and enhance its utility in fostering health resilience aimed at enhancing health resilience in fragile settings with a particular emphasis on MNCH/RH/FP. This involves incorporating global best practices and adhering to already established guidelines, making this guide an essential tool for communities to effectively navigate and mitigate health related shocks and stresses. Scope of Work Conduct an in-depth review of the materials already developed by MIHR team and related documentation (AAR reports and training reports etc). Conduct a review of global best practices, and existing guidelines related to community-led action planning, health resilience, and participatory planning processes. Identify and integrate relevant standards, principles, and strategies from these sources into the guide and facilitation manual to ensure the content is grounded in proven methodologies and aligns with international best practices. Engage with field level stakeholders in South Sudan to gather insights on their experiences with the tool. Deliverables A finalized version of the Community-Led Action Planning Process Guide that reflects global best practices and adheres to relevant guidelines, ensuring its suitability for diverse community settings – in MIHR branding. A PowerPoint summarizing the community action plan – in MIHR branding. Duration and working arrangements The consultancy is expected to be completed within 14 (fourteen) days, over a one-month period. The consultant will report to the Health Resilience Lead and will work remotely from their own premises. Communication will be undertaken via email and online meetings. Payment for consultancy services, which will be agreed with the successful applicant, will represent all costs payable for the consultancy services provided. Qualifications Advanced degree in Public Health, Emergency Management, Health Systems Strengthening, or related fields. Proven expertise in emergency preparedness and response planning, particularly in health sector contexts. Experience in stakeholder engagement, training facilitation, and development of practical guides and tools. Strong analytical, writing, and communication skills Deep understanding of global best practices and guidelines related to community-led action planning, health resilience, and participatory processes. Experience in synthesizing and applying international standards and evidence-based approaches to practical, community-level interventions. How to applyApplication Process Prospective applicants should submit the following documents in electronic form to procurement@goal.ie by 30 June 2024. Reference number in the Subject line: USA-CORE 105-25941: Technical proposal/project plan of maximum two pages, including: the applicant’s understanding of the assignment details of tasks proposed methodology, including sources of information proposed schedule/timeline including number of days required for each task Resume and cover letter outlining your relevant skills and experience (including your contact details) Up to two recent samples from similar pieces of work (please do not include any confidential / sensitive information within these samples) Cost proposal Details of three relevant referees who can be contacted to verify the information shared Support provided by MIHR Provision of all MIHR Community-Led Action Planning (CAP) related documents Provision of a list of resources to review pre-identified by MIHR Provision of MIHR branding guidelines Support with graphic design if needed Assistance in connecting to relevant staff/ stakeholders
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