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FINANCE ASSISTANT, GS-6 (LIBERIAN NATIONALS ONLY)
JOBS IN LIBERIA - EXECUTIVE MANSION
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UN DSS: 1 - , in . Closing date: 1970-01-01
General Profile
WHO: General Profile in Anywhere. Closing date: 1970-01-01
INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME at UNFPA Headquarters in New York
UNFPA: INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME at UNFPA Headquarters in New York in New York, USA. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Consultancy -Staff Care Specialist Latin America and Caribbean (LACRO) Region
UNFPA: Consultancy -Staff Care Specialist Latin America and Caribbean (LACRO) Region in Remote working. Closing date: 1970-01-01
NATIONAL POST: Finance Associate, G6, Monrovia, Liberia
UNFPA: NATIONAL POST: Finance Associate, G6, Monrovia, Liberia in Monrovia, Liberia. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Reproductive Health RH Coordinator, Sana'a, Yemen
UNFPA: Reproductive Health RH Coordinator, Sana'a, Yemen in Sana'a, Republic of Yemen. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Consultancy -Specialist on Inter-Agency Gender-based Violence Information Management System, Humanitarian Office
UNFPA: Consultancy -Specialist on Inter-Agency Gender-based Violence Information Management System, Humanitarian Office  in Remote. Closing date: 1970-01-01
POSTE NATIONAL : Assistant Administratif, G5, Dakar, Senegal
UNFPA: POSTE NATIONAL : Assistant Administratif, G5, Dakar, Senegal in Dakar, Senegal. Closing date: 1970-01-01
POSTE NATIONAL : Assistant Administratif, G5, Dakar, Senegal
UNFPA: POSTE NATIONAL : Assistant Administratif, G5, Dakar, Senegal in Dakar, Senegal. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Consultancy extended-  Evaluator, Sana'a, Yemen
UNFPA: Consultancy extended-  Evaluator, Sana'a, Yemen in class="field-content">Consultancy extended-  Evaluator, Sana'a, Yemen. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Consultancy - Gender Equality, Inclusivity and Fashion Consultant, Strategic Partnerships Branch
UNFPA: Consultancy - Gender Equality, Inclusivity and Fashion Consultant, Strategic Partnerships Branch in Remote. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Temporary Appointment- Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse and Sexual Harassment (PSEA/SH) Specialist, Office of the Executive Director, New York, P-4
UNFPA: Temporary Appointment- Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse and Sexual Harassment (PSEA/SH) Specialist, Office of the Executive Director, New York, P-4 in New York. Closing date: 1970-01-01
POSTE NATIONAL: Assistant(e) Personnel(le) du Représentant, G6, Niamey, Niger
UNFPA: POSTE NATIONAL: Assistant(e) Personnel(le) du Représentant, G6, Niamey, Niger in Niamey, Niger. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Consultancy - End of the Project Evaluation for project ?Protecting women and girls in South Sudan: Addressing GBV as catalyst for peace? , South Sudan
UNFPA: Consultancy - End of the Project Evaluation for project ?Protecting women and girls in South Sudan: Addressing GBV as catalyst for peace? , South Sudan in Juba, South Sudan. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Consultancy -  Specialist on Minimum Preparedness Actions, Humanitarian Office
UNFPA: Consultancy -  Specialist on Minimum Preparedness Actions, Humanitarian Office in Remote. Closing date: 1970-01-01
Communications Associate
UNU: Communications Associate in Helsinki. Closing date: 2018-04-13
General Service (GS) Roster for Temporary and Fixed-Term G4/G5 Generic Positions
WHO: General Service (GS) Roster for Temporary and Fixed-Term G4/G5 Generic Positions in Switzerland-Geneva. Closing date: 2018-12-31
General Service (GS) Roster for Temporary and Fixed-Term G4/G5 Generic Positions
WHO: General Service (GS) Roster for Temporary and Fixed-Term G4/G5 Generic Positions in Switzerland-Geneva. Closing date: 2019-01-01
Intern - Coordination, planning, analytics and policy analysis - Executive Office of the Secretary-General [Temporary] -  , Internship
UN SG: Intern - Coordination, planning, analytics and policy analysis - Executive Office of the Secretary-General [Temporary] -  , Internship in NEW YORK. Closing date: 2019-12-31
Internship
UNDP: Internship in Suva, FIJI. Closing date: 2020-12-31
Intern, Innovative Finance
GAVI: Intern, Innovative Finance in Geneva / Washington DC. Closing date: 2021-01-06
Scientist
WHO: Scientist in Switzerland-Geneva. Closing date: 2021-01-16
National experts in Gender Equality and Women?s Empowerment and Ending Violence against Women - Home-based
UNDP: National experts in Gender Equality and Women?s Empowerment and Ending Violence against Women - Home-based in home-based. Closing date: 2021-04-19
* National Humanitarian Affairs Officer with UNOCHA in UAE-NOC
UNDP: * National Humanitarian Affairs Officer with UNOCHA in UAE-NOC in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Closing date: 2021-04-20
* Provincial Assistant South Sulawesi-SMILE (Electronic Immunization and Logistics Monitoring System)
UNDP: * Provincial Assistant South Sulawesi-SMILE (Electronic Immunization and Logistics Monitoring System) in Makssar, Indonesia. Closing date: 2021-04-25
Programme Assistant
WHO: Programme Assistant in Moldova, Republic of-Chisinau. Closing date: 2021-04-28
Programme Assistant ? Strategic Programme
UNU: Programme Assistant ? Strategic Programme in Tokyo. Closing date: 2021-04-29
Human Resource Assistant
UNU: Human Resource Assistant in Tokyo. Closing date: 2021-05-08
* Project Associate - Enhancing democracy in Moldova through inclusive and transparent elections Project
UNDP: * Project Associate - Enhancing democracy in Moldova through inclusive and transparent elections Project in Chisinau, Moldova, Republic of. Closing date: 2021-05-12
Assistant WR
WHO: Assistant WR in Syrian Arab Republic-Damascus. Closing date: 2021-05-13
COMMIT Transnational Referral Processes (TRM) International Consultant
UNDP: COMMIT Transnational Referral Processes (TRM) International Consultant in Home- based (This post is for UNDP- BRH), THAILAND. Closing date: 2021-05-14
Scientist (Senior Toxicologist - IARC Monographs)
WHO: Scientist (Senior Toxicologist - IARC Monographs) in France-Lyons. Closing date: 2021-05-15
Programme Management Office (PRMO) Specialist Project Management | Programme Management
UNOPS: Programme Management Office (PRMO) Specialist Project Management | Programme Management in Yangon, Myanmar. Closing date: 2021-05-16
Team Leader, Inclusive Growth
UNDP: Team Leader, Inclusive Growth in Istanbul, TURKEY. Closing date: 2021-05-17
National Consultant ? Midterm Evaluation (MTR)
UNDP: National Consultant ? Midterm Evaluation (MTR) in Home- based with travel to Nong Khai Province and Song Khla Province, Thailand (This post if for UND. Closing date: 2021-05-20
EOI: Nationa/International Evaluation Consultants (multiple positions) - Independent Country Programme Evaluation - The Pacific Subregion
UNDP: EOI: Nationa/International Evaluation Consultants (multiple positions) - Independent Country Programme Evaluation - The Pacific Subregion in Home-based. Closing date: 2021-05-25
Team Leader ? Specialist Financial Crimes Investigations and Adjudications
UNDP: Team Leader ? Specialist Financial Crimes Investigations and Adjudications in Home-based. Closing date: 2021-05-25
Administrative Assistant
UNU: Administrative Assistant in Tokyo. Closing date: 2021-05-26
CHIEF OF SECTION, MOVEMENT CONTROL - Logistics, Transportation and Supply Chain, Transportation
UNMISS: CHIEF OF SECTION, MOVEMENT CONTROL - Logistics, Transportation and Supply Chain, Transportation in Juba. Closing date: 2021-05-27
* Civil Engineer Officer for COVID-Resilient Election in Timor-Leste (CORE-TL) Project
UNDP: * Civil Engineer Officer for COVID-Resilient Election in Timor-Leste (CORE-TL) Project in Dili, Timor-Leste. Closing date: 2021-05-27
* Architect for COVID-Resilient Election in Timor-Leste (CORE-TL) Project
UNDP: * Architect for COVID-Resilient Election in Timor-Leste (CORE-TL) Project in Dili, Timor-Leste. Closing date: 2021-05-27
Consultant-e en renforcement des capacités et des mécanismes des acteurs de la société civile dans le suivi alternatif des politiques publiques en matière délimination des violences contre les femmes
UNDP: Consultant-e en renforcement des capacités et des mécanismes des acteurs de la société civile dans le suivi alternatif des politiques publiques en matière délimination des violences contre les femmes in Port-au-Prince, HAITI. Closing date: 2021-05-28
Director, Private Sector Development & Finance Division - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management
UNECA: Director, Private Sector Development & Finance Division - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management in ADDIS ABABA. Closing date: 2021-05-29
Risk and Vulnerability Assessment Consultant
UNDP: Risk and Vulnerability Assessment Consultant in Home-based with domestic travel, THAILAND. Closing date: 2021-05-31
National consultancy as UNDP-Iran Request for Providing National Consultancy for ?Baseline analysis to support economic empowerment of vulnerable groups in Pol-e-Dokhtar, Lorestan province?
UNDP: National consultancy as UNDP-Iran Request for Providing National Consultancy for ?Baseline analysis to support economic empowerment of vulnerable groups in Pol-e-Dokhtar, Lorestan province? in Tehran, IRAN. Closing date: 2021-06-02
Chief Technical Adviser (Project) [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)
UNCHS: Chief Technical Adviser (Project) [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development) in KINSHASA. Closing date: 2021-06-02
Director, Patent and Technology Law Division, Patents and Technology Sector
WIPO: Director, Patent and Technology Law Division, Patents and Technology Sector in Switzerland-CH-Geneva. Closing date: 2021-06-03
Senior Director, PCT Legal and International Affairs Department, Patents and Technology Sector
WIPO: Senior Director, PCT Legal and International Affairs Department, Patents and Technology Sector in Switzerland-CH-Geneva. Closing date: 2021-06-03
International Consultant to conduct market research for introducing new climate services in the Republic of Moldova
UNDP: International Consultant to conduct market research for introducing new climate services in the Republic of Moldova in Chisinau, MOLDOVA. Closing date: 2021-06-03
National Consultant- Climate Information System Developer
UNDP: National Consultant- Climate Information System Developer in Home-based with potential travels (This Ads is for UNDP- Thailand Country Office). Closing date: 2021-06-04
International Consultant-Climate Change Modelling Expert
UNDP: International Consultant-Climate Change Modelling Expert in Home- based (This post is for UNDP- Thailand Country office). Closing date: 2021-06-04
National Consultant-Climate Change Modelling Expert
UNDP: National Consultant-Climate Change Modelling Expert in Home- based (This post is for UNDP- Thailand Country office), THAILAND. Closing date: 2021-06-04
Reviser, French [Temporary] - Public Information and Conference Management, Language
UN: Reviser, French [Temporary] - Public Information and Conference Management, Language in PHNOM-PENH. Closing date: 2021-06-06
National Salary Survey Consultant
UNDP: National Salary Survey Consultant in Home-based. Closing date: 2021-06-06
Consultant to conduct a methodological study to advance on the implementation of the SDG17 in the framework of Madrid SDG Localization strategy, emphasizing the collaboration of the public and private
UNDP: Consultant to conduct a methodological study to advance on the implementation of the SDG17 in the framework of Madrid SDG Localization strategy, emphasizing the collaboration of the public and private in home based. Closing date: 2021-06-06
Programme Management Officer, Human Settlements [Temporary] - Logistics, Transportation and Supply Chain, Human Settlements
UNCHS: Programme Management Officer, Human Settlements [Temporary] - Logistics, Transportation and Supply Chain, Human Settlements in NAIROBI. Closing date: 2021-06-07
* Programme Analyst
UNDP: * Programme Analyst in Bissau, Guinea-Bissau. Closing date: 2021-06-08
Deputy Chair, Global Board of Appeals (GBA)
WHO: Deputy Chair, Global Board of Appeals (GBA) in Hungary-Budapest. Closing date: 2021-06-09
Chair, Global Board of Appeals (GBA)
WHO: Chair, Global Board of Appeals (GBA) in Hungary-Budapest. Closing date: 2021-06-09
International Expert to Update Mission and Mandate of the Working Group on Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change (NAP process)
UNDP: International Expert to Update Mission and Mandate of the Working Group on Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change (NAP process) in Home-based and Podgorica, MONTENEGRO. Closing date: 2021-06-09
* Programme Associate
UNDP: * Programme Associate in Hanoi, Viet Nam. Closing date: 2021-06-09
Programme Development, Women?s Economic Empowerment - International Consultant
UNDP: Programme Development, Women?s Economic Empowerment - International Consultant in Home-based, EGYPT. Closing date: 2021-06-09
Asesor/a Senior de Estadísticas y Análisis de Datos
UNDP: Asesor/a Senior de Estadísticas y Análisis de Datos in A distancia. Closing date: 2021-06-09
Political Affairs Officer / Special Assistant [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Political Affairs
UNIFIL: Political Affairs Officer / Special Assistant [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Political Affairs in NAQOURA. Closing date: 2021-06-09
Technical Consultant ? Climate Change Financing Framework
UNDP: Technical Consultant ? Climate Change Financing Framework in Home- based (This post is for UNDP- Thailand Country office), THAILAND. Closing date: 2021-06-10
International Consultant - Risk and Vulnerability Assessment
UNDP: International Consultant - Risk and Vulnerability Assessment in Home-based with two missions to Thailand and to the four selected areas to conduct assessments and c. Closing date: 2021-06-10
Assistant to Senior Vice-Rector
UNU: Assistant to Senior Vice-Rector in Tokyo. Closing date: 2021-06-11
National Stocktaking Assessment Consultant (Open to Thai Nationals only)
UNDP: National Stocktaking Assessment Consultant (Open to Thai Nationals only) in Home-based with travels in Bangkok and to the four selected areas to conduct consultations with inst. Closing date: 2021-06-11
* Customs Specialist/Trainer Specialist for Implementation of the Trade Single Window System for Timor-Leste (TL-TSWS)
UNDP: * Customs Specialist/Trainer Specialist for Implementation of the Trade Single Window System for Timor-Leste (TL-TSWS) in Dili, Timor-Leste. Closing date: 2021-06-11
Capacity Strengthening of National Gender Machineries
UNDP: Capacity Strengthening of National Gender Machineries in Kingston, JAMAICA. Closing date: 2021-06-11
National Consultant ? Midterm Evaluation (MTR)
UNDP: National Consultant ? Midterm Evaluation (MTR) in Home- based (This post is for UNDP- Thailand Country office), THAILAND. Closing date: 2021-06-11
International consultant to undertake research on unpaid care works in Timor-Leste
UNDP: International consultant to undertake research on unpaid care works in Timor-Leste in Home based/Dili, Timor Leste. Closing date: 2021-06-11
* Programme Associate
UNDP: * Programme Associate in Apia, Samoa. Closing date: 2021-06-12
ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER (Temporary Job Opening, 2 posts) [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)
UNCTAD: ECONOMIC AFFAIRS OFFICER (Temporary Job Opening, 2 posts) [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development) in GENEVA. Closing date: 2021-06-12
Programme Assistant
WHO: Programme Assistant in Moldova, Republic of-Chisinau. Closing date: 2021-06-13
Project Coordinator - Gender Statistics (Samoan national only)
UNDP: Project Coordinator - Gender Statistics (Samoan national only) in Apia, SAMOA. Closing date: 2021-06-13
International Consultant on Risk and Threats Management Coordination
UNDP: International Consultant on Risk and Threats Management Coordination in Home-based, UKRAINE. Closing date: 2021-06-13
Chief Technical Expert ASSIST (Accelerating SDGs Investments in Indonesia)
UNDP: Chief Technical Expert ASSIST (Accelerating SDGs Investments in Indonesia) in Jakarta, INDONESIA. Closing date: 2021-06-13
SPECIAL ASSISTANT, POLITICAL A [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Political Affairs
UN CTC: SPECIAL ASSISTANT, POLITICAL A [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Political Affairs in NEW YORK. Closing date: 2021-06-13
Economic Affairs Officer [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)
UN ECLAC: Economic Affairs Officer [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development) in SANTIAGO. Closing date: 2021-06-13
Head, Policy Design - COVAX
GAVI: Head, Policy Design - COVAX in Geneva. Closing date: 2021-06-14
National Expert to Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation mechanisms of Anti-Corruption reforms
UNDP: National Expert to Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation mechanisms of Anti-Corruption reforms in Yerevan, ARMENIA. Closing date: 2021-06-14
National Consultant on Strengthening the Delivery of Social Services for PwDs
UNDP: National Consultant on Strengthening the Delivery of Social Services for PwDs in Tbilisi, GEORGIA. Closing date: 2021-06-14
National Consultant to Support Institutionalization of GIA
UNDP: National Consultant to Support Institutionalization of GIA in Home-based, Tbilisi, GEORGIA. Closing date: 2021-06-14
CONSULTANT POUR L?ELABORATION D?UN DOCUMENT DE RECHERCHE-ACTION ET PLAIDOYER SUR LES DROITS ET BESOINS DES FEMMES MIGRANTES
UNDP: CONSULTANT POUR L?ELABORATION D?UN DOCUMENT DE RECHERCHE-ACTION ET PLAIDOYER SUR LES DROITS ET BESOINS DES FEMMES MIGRANTES in Niamey, NIGER. Closing date: 2021-06-14
National Consultant ? Women?s Empowerment to Prevent Human Trafficking and Improve Socio-economic and Livelihood in Communities in Chiang Khong, Chiang Rai Province, Thailand
UNDP: National Consultant ? Women?s Empowerment to Prevent Human Trafficking and Improve Socio-economic and Livelihood in Communities in Chiang Khong, Chiang Rai Province, Thailand in Home-based. Closing date: 2021-06-14
CONSULTANT POUR L?ELABORATION D?UN MANUEL DE FORMATION ET LA FORMATION DES BENEFICIAIRES ET PARTIES PRENANTES
UNDP: CONSULTANT POUR L?ELABORATION D?UN MANUEL DE FORMATION ET LA FORMATION DES BENEFICIAIRES ET PARTIES PRENANTES in Niamey, NIGER. Closing date: 2021-06-14
UNCDF General Internship Call for 2021 - Internship Opportunities with Partnerships, Policy and Communications Team (UNCDF)
UNDP: UNCDF General Internship Call for 2021 - Internship Opportunities with Partnerships, Policy and Communications Team (UNCDF) in New York, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Closing date: 2021-06-15
Chief of Section, Technology and Innovation - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management
UNECA: Chief of Section, Technology and Innovation - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management in ADDIS ABABA. Closing date: 2021-06-15
CORRECTIONS OFFICER - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Rule of Law
UN: CORRECTIONS OFFICER - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Rule of Law in BRINDISI. Closing date: 2021-06-15
Consultancy: Evaluation Specialists (multiple positions)- UNDP Evaluation ?Financing the Pandemic Recovery: building forward better for a decade of delivery?.
UNDP: Consultancy: Evaluation Specialists (multiple positions)- UNDP Evaluation ?Financing the Pandemic Recovery: building forward better for a decade of delivery?. in Home-based. Closing date: 2021-06-15
Director, US Strategy
GAVI: Director, US Strategy in Washington DC. Closing date: 2021-06-15
Manager, Policy
GAVI: Manager, Policy in Geneva. Closing date: 2021-06-15
Terminal Evaluation International Consultant
UNDP: Terminal Evaluation International Consultant in CHINA. Closing date: 2021-06-15
Communications Lead for Digital Transformation
UNDP: Communications Lead for Digital Transformation in Home Based. Closing date: 2021-06-15
* Procurement Associate for SAR and ZEESM Project
UNDP: * Procurement Associate for SAR and ZEESM Project in Oecussi Ambeno, Timor-Leste. Closing date: 2021-06-15
* Procurement Assistant for SAR and ZEESM Project
UNDP: * Procurement Assistant for SAR and ZEESM Project in Oecussi Ambeno, Timor-Leste. Closing date: 2021-06-15
* Security Information Management Specialist (UNDSS)
UNDP: * Security Information Management Specialist (UNDSS) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Closing date: 2021-06-15
Competitiveness Consultant
UNDP: Competitiveness Consultant in Amman, JORDAN. Closing date: 2021-06-15
National Consultant on Financing for SDGs
UNDP: National Consultant on Financing for SDGs in Yerevan, ARMENIA. Closing date: 2021-06-15
SDG Consultant/Adviser
UNDP: SDG Consultant/Adviser in Amman, JORDAN. Closing date: 2021-06-15
Internship- Inclusive Growth Team- RBAS Regional Hub
UNDP: Internship- Inclusive Growth Team- RBAS Regional Hub in Amman, JORDAN. Closing date: 2021-06-15
* Project Manager " Accès à lEnergie Verte contre les impacts du COVID 19"
UNDP: * Project Manager " Accès à lEnergie Verte contre les impacts du COVID 19" in Bunia, Congo, The Democratic Republic. Closing date: 2021-06-15
Program Officer, Gender in Humanitarian Action ? RE-ADVERTISED
UNDP: Program Officer, Gender in Humanitarian Action ? RE-ADVERTISED in Adjumani, UGANDA. Closing date: 2021-06-15
National Consultant/Trainer on DV for General Education Institutions
UNDP: National Consultant/Trainer on DV for General Education Institutions in Home-based, Tbilisi, GEORGIA. Closing date: 2021-06-15
* Administrative Associate
UNDP: * Administrative Associate in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Closing date: 2021-06-15
* Human Rights Analyst
UNDP: * Human Rights Analyst in Khartoum, Sudan. Closing date: 2021-06-15
Intern - Operations and Common Premises/Services - Istanbul, TURKEY
UNDP: Intern - Operations and Common Premises/Services - Istanbul, TURKEY in Istanbul, Turkey or home based (remote internship might be considered according to global situation). Closing date: 2021-06-15
CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE OFFICER - Management and Administration, Administration
UNAMI: CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE OFFICER - Management and Administration, Administration in KUWAIT. Closing date: 2021-06-15
Director, Development Finance
GAVI: Director, Development Finance in Geneva. Closing date: 2021-06-15
National Consultant for Gender Capacity Development and Training
UNDP: National Consultant for Gender Capacity Development and Training in Home-based with domestic travel, TURKEY. Closing date: 2021-06-15
Social Affairs Officer (Regional Adviser on Disability) [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Social Affairs
UN ESCWA: Social Affairs Officer (Regional Adviser on Disability) [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Social Affairs in BEIRUT. Closing date: 2021-06-15
EDITOR, ENGLISH [Temporary] - Public Information and Conference Management, Language
UN DGACM: EDITOR, ENGLISH [Temporary] - Public Information and Conference Management, Language in NAIROBI. Closing date: 2021-06-15
Recrutement d?un(e) consultant(e) national(e) pour appui à la tenue des concertations pour le sommet sur les systèmes alimentaires durables organise par le secrétaire général des Nations en septembre
UNDP: Recrutement d?un(e) consultant(e) national(e) pour appui à la tenue des concertations pour le sommet sur les systèmes alimentaires durables organise par le secrétaire général des Nations en septembre in Brazzaville, CONGO. Closing date: 2021-06-15
ENGINEER - Logistics, Transportation and Supply Chain, Engineering
UNSOM: ENGINEER - Logistics, Transportation and Supply Chain, Engineering in MULTIPLE DUTY STATIONS. Closing date: 2021-06-15
Expert for Development of the MRV Chapter within Third Biennial Update Report (TBUR)
UNDP: Expert for Development of the MRV Chapter within Third Biennial Update Report (TBUR) in Home-based, MONTENEGRO. Closing date: 2021-06-15
National Consultant on expert support to the Ombudsperson?s Office of Ukraine
UNDP: National Consultant on expert support to the Ombudsperson?s Office of Ukraine in Kyiv and home-based, UKRAINE. Closing date: 2021-06-15
* Project Manager (Electoral Support)
UNDP: * Project Manager (Electoral Support) in Mogadiscio, Somalia. Closing date: 2021-06-15
* Logistics Coordinator
UNDP: * Logistics Coordinator in West Bank, Palestine. Closing date: 2021-06-15
National Project Associate - Youth Empowerment Program
UNDP: National Project Associate - Youth Empowerment Program in Mbabane, SWAZILAND. Closing date: 2021-06-15
National Consultant ? Technical support on Gender and Protection coordination mechanism on the implementation of the National Action Plan in Gender Based Violence
UNDP: National Consultant ? Technical support on Gender and Protection coordination mechanism on the implementation of the National Action Plan in Gender Based Violence in Home based/Dili, Timor Leste. Closing date: 2021-06-15
National Consultant ? Spotlight Initiative Project Support ? EVAW Program
UNDP: National Consultant ? Spotlight Initiative Project Support ? EVAW Program in Dili with traveling to the Municipalities (Ermera, Bobonaro, Viqueque), Timor Leste. Closing date: 2021-06-15
National Consultant on Gender and Legal Expert Building a safe and equitable mediation system for Timor-Leste ? Enhancing Visibility of Women?s Leaders
UNDP: National Consultant on Gender and Legal Expert Building a safe and equitable mediation system for Timor-Leste ? Enhancing Visibility of Women?s Leaders in Dili, Timor Leste. Closing date: 2021-06-15
1 Expert(e) en coordination technique - National consultant
UNDP: 1 Expert(e) en coordination technique - National consultant in Tunis, TUNISIA. Closing date: 2021-06-15
Chargé (e) de suivi et évaluation
UNDP: Chargé (e) de suivi et évaluation in Bamako, MALI. Closing date: 2021-06-15
Coordonnateur/Coordonnatrice pour le projet Énergie solaire, télésanté et protection sociale pour transformer la santé communautaire au Mali ? SanDi
UNDP: Coordonnateur/Coordonnatrice pour le projet Énergie solaire, télésanté et protection sociale pour transformer la santé communautaire au Mali ? SanDi in Bamako, MALI. Closing date: 2021-06-15
International Senior Consultant on Climate Change Policy
UNDP: International Senior Consultant on Climate Change Policy in Home-based and Ha Noi, VIET NAM. Closing date: 2021-06-15
International Consultant on Gender Statistics in Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction
UNDP: International Consultant on Gender Statistics in Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction in Home-based with missions to Phnom Penh, Cambodia if situation allows. Closing date: 2021-06-15
ASSOCIATE HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary] - Management and Administration, Human Resources
UNISDR: ASSOCIATE HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary] - Management and Administration, Human Resources in GENEVA. Closing date: 2021-06-15
Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer - Temporary [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Drug Control and Crime Prevention
UNODC: Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer - Temporary [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Drug Control and Crime Prevention in VIENNA. Closing date: 2021-06-15
Programme Officer (Terrorism Prevention) - Temporary [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Drug Control and Crime Prevention
UNODC: Programme Officer (Terrorism Prevention) - Temporary [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Drug Control and Crime Prevention in VIENNA. Closing date: 2021-06-15
INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary] -  , Internship
UNOG: INTERN - POLITICAL AFFAIRS [Temporary] -  , Internship in GENEVA. Closing date: 2021-06-16
AUDITOR - Management and Administration, Audit
UN OIOS: AUDITOR - Management and Administration, Audit in NEW YORK. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Senior Staff Assistant - Management and Administration, Administration
UNOV: Senior Staff Assistant - Management and Administration, Administration in VIENNA. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Procurement Analyst (Re-advertisement) Procurement
UNOPS: Procurement Analyst (Re-advertisement) Procurement in Bangui ( Non Family Duty Station), Central African Republic. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Editorial Technician I
WHO: Editorial Technician I in United States-Washington, D.C.. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Technical Officer, Strategic Fund
WHO: Technical Officer, Strategic Fund in United States-Washington, D.C.. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Advisor, Immunization
WHO: Advisor, Immunization in Barbados-Bridgetown. Closing date: 2021-06-16
External Relations Officer
WHO: External Relations Officer in Switzerland-Geneva. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Unit Head (Global Procurement and Logistics)
WHO: Unit Head (Global Procurement and Logistics) in Malaysia-Kuala Lumpur. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Expert Renforcement Systeme National Information Sanitaire
WHO: Expert Renforcement Systeme National Information Sanitaire in Cameroon-Yaounde. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Associate Sustainable Development Officer (On Energy) [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Sustainable Development
UN DESA: Associate Sustainable Development Officer (On Energy) [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Sustainable Development in NEW YORK. Closing date: 2021-06-16
PMO Team Leader Programme Management
UNOPS: PMO Team Leader Programme Management in Tunis, Tunisia. Closing date: 2021-06-16
** Research, Knowledge and Engagement Specialist
UNDP: ** Research, Knowledge and Engagement Specialist in Geneve, Switzerland. Closing date: 2021-06-16
National Consultant to develop the Country Gender Equality Profile for Timor-Leste
UNDP: National Consultant to develop the Country Gender Equality Profile for Timor-Leste in Dili, Timor Leste. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Operations Analyst Project Management | Programme Management
UNOPS: Operations Analyst Project Management | Programme Management in Mogadishu, Somalia. Closing date: 2021-06-16
* Programme Analyst/National Human Rights Officer - OHCHR Moldova
UNDP: * Programme Analyst/National Human Rights Officer - OHCHR Moldova in Chisinau, Moldova, Republic of. Closing date: 2021-06-16
* Project Coordinator
UNDP: * Project Coordinator in Bangkok, Thailand. Closing date: 2021-06-16
* EDL Area Assistant
UNDP: * EDL Area Assistant in Qamishli, Syrian Arab Republic. Closing date: 2021-06-16
International Consultant
UNDP: International Consultant in Copenhagen with office space in UN City (with opportunity to work remotely), DENMARK. Closing date: 2021-06-16
* Radio Operations Assistant Positions (Sanaa, Mocha, Turbah, & Mukalla)
UNDP: * Radio Operations Assistant Positions (Sanaa, Mocha, Turbah, & Mukalla) in Sanaa, Yemen. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Data Science Research Intern - Remote
UNDP: Data Science Research Intern - Remote in Istanbul, TURKEY. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Community Management Intern - Remote
UNDP: Community Management Intern - Remote in Istanbul, TURKEY. Closing date: 2021-06-16
POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Political Affairs
UN CTC: POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Political Affairs in NEW YORK. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Associate Programme Officer [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management
UN DPI: Associate Programme Officer [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management in NEW YORK. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Programme Management Senior Associate (ETP), Re-advertised Project Management | Programme Management
UNOPS: Programme Management Senior Associate (ETP), Re-advertised Project Management | Programme Management in Bangkok, Thailand. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Communications Associate (Community Engagement) Communications
UNOPS: Communications Associate (Community Engagement) Communications in Irbid, Jordan. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Associate Civil Engineer (Planning Engineer)/Retainer Engineering
UNOPS: Associate Civil Engineer (Planning Engineer)/Retainer Engineering in Irbid, Jordan. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Consultant- To support the Department of Healthier Population in supporting the selected countries to deliver optimal response to COVID-19
WHO: Consultant- To support the Department of Healthier Population in supporting the selected countries to deliver optimal response to COVID-19 in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Consultant- support the MOH in Sudan to conduct an EENC AIR and the MOH in Pakistan to conduct EENC quality assurance coaching
WHO: Consultant- support the MOH in Sudan to conduct an EENC AIR and the MOH in Pakistan to conduct EENC quality assurance coaching in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2021-06-16
National Consultant, Final Evaluation of UNDP UXO program in Lao PDR (Re-advertised of Post 99079)
UNDP: National Consultant, Final Evaluation of UNDP UXO program in Lao PDR (Re-advertised of Post 99079) in Vientiane, LAO PDR. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Consultant to facilitate UNCT SWAP Gender Equality Scorecard assessment - Tunisia
UNDP: Consultant to facilitate UNCT SWAP Gender Equality Scorecard assessment - Tunisia in The consultant is expected to work home based and conduct ten days field mission (in compliance with. Closing date: 2021-06-16
International Consultant - SDG based Impact Measurement and Management Specialist
UNDP: International Consultant - SDG based Impact Measurement and Management Specialist in Home based, SRI LANKA. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Training of Trainers for the EmPower project (Filipino Nationals Only)
UNDP: Training of Trainers for the EmPower project (Filipino Nationals Only) in Home based, PHILIPPINES. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Programme Support Consultant (EmPower Project) ? Filipino Nationals only
UNDP: Programme Support Consultant (EmPower Project) ? Filipino Nationals only in Home based, PHILIPPINES. Closing date: 2021-06-16
* UNOCHA - Finance Associate
UNDP: * UNOCHA - Finance Associate in Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic. Closing date: 2021-06-16
International Consultant to support the development of the Strategic Note (re-advertised)
UNDP: International Consultant to support the development of the Strategic Note (re-advertised) in Kabul, AFGHANISTAN. Closing date: 2021-06-16
National Consultant to Support the Ministry of Interior to develop the Second Phase UNSCR NAP 1325 Building a safe and equitable mediation system for Timor-Leste ? Enhancing Visibility of Women?s Lea
UNDP: National Consultant to Support the Ministry of Interior to develop the Second Phase UNSCR NAP 1325 Building a safe and equitable mediation system for Timor-Leste ? Enhancing Visibility of Women?s Lea in Dili, Timor Leste. Closing date: 2021-06-16
ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN [Temporary] - Logistics, Transportation and Supply Chain, Engineering
UN/AU UNAMID: ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN [Temporary] - Logistics, Transportation and Supply Chain, Engineering in EL FASHER. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Economic Affairs Officer [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)
UN ESCAP: Economic Affairs Officer [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development) in BANGKOK. Closing date: 2021-06-16
ASSOCIATE STATISTICIAN [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Statistics
UN ECLAC: ASSOCIATE STATISTICIAN [Temporary] - Economic, Social and Development, Statistics in SANTIAGO. Closing date: 2021-06-16
Human Rights Officer, (2 Posts) - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Human Rights Affairs
UN OHCHR: Human Rights Officer, (2 Posts) - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Human Rights Affairs in GENEVA. Closing date: 2021-06-17
Senior Programme Officer, Chief of Planning, Budget and Finance Section - Management and Administration, Administration
UN OCHA: Senior Programme Officer, Chief of Planning, Budget and Finance Section - Management and Administration, Administration in NEW YORK. Closing date: 2021-06-17
Programme Officer - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management
UN CAC: Programme Officer - Economic, Social and Development, Programme Management in NEW YORK. Closing date: 2021-06-17
Head of Support Services Administration | Finance | Human Resources | Procurement | Leadership
UNOPS: Head of Support Services Administration | Finance | Human Resources | Procurement | Leadership in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Closing date: 2021-06-17
Senior Digital Communications Officer, News and Media Division, Office of the Director General and Related Programs
WIPO: Senior Digital Communications Officer, News and Media Division, Office of the Director General and Related Programs in Switzerland-CH-Geneva. Closing date: 2021-06-17
Health Information Management & Risk Assessment (HIM) Officer
WHO: Health Information Management & Risk Assessment (HIM) Officer in Guinea-Bissau-Bissau. Closing date: 2021-06-17
External Relations/Resource Mobilization (EXR) Officer
WHO: External Relations/Resource Mobilization (EXR) Officer in Guinea-Bissau-Bissau. Closing date: 2021-06-17
Consultant to support the Ministry of Health and Social Services ,Health Financing Strategies in the context of UHC
WHO: Consultant to support the Ministry of Health and Social Services ,Health Financing Strategies in the context of UHC in Namibia-Windhoek. Closing date: 2021-06-17
Technical Officer
WHO: Technical Officer in India-New Delhi. Closing date: 2021-06-17
Capacity Building Officer (Workshop Facilitator) - Retainer Administration | Communications | Legal | Project Management
UNOPS: Capacity Building Officer (Workshop Facilitator) - Retainer Administration | Communications | Legal | Project Management in Multiple. Closing date: 2021-06-17
Administration Associate (Workshop Documenter) - Retainer Administration | Communications | Legal | Project Management
UNOPS: Administration Associate (Workshop Documenter) - Retainer Administration | Communications | Legal | Project Management in Multiple. Closing date: 2021-06-17
National Consultant on Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) Analytical Processes and Operations for the Philippines National Coast Watch Center
UNDP: National Consultant on Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) Analytical Processes and Operations for the Philippines National Coast Watch Center in Manila, PHILIPPINES. Closing date: 2021-06-17
Providing National Consultancy for Support Coordination, Implementation, Monitoring the equipment of ?the Inclusive Health Cold Chain system as a Digital Solutions for COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution pl
UNDP: Providing National Consultancy for Support Coordination, Implementation, Monitoring the equipment of ?the Inclusive Health Cold Chain system as a Digital Solutions for COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution pl in Tehran, IRAN. Closing date: 2021-06-17
Providing National Consultancy to ?Support Coordination, Implementation, Monitoring and Vaccination Supplies Stock Management of COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plan?
UNDP: Providing National Consultancy to ?Support Coordination, Implementation, Monitoring and Vaccination Supplies Stock Management of COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plan? in Tehran, IRAN. Closing date: 2021-06-17
* Analyste en Paix et Développement
UNDP: * Analyste en Paix et Développement in Conakry, Guinea. Closing date: 2021-06-17
* Chauffeur (For Togolese only)
UNDP: * Chauffeur (For Togolese only) in Lome, Togo. Closing date: 2021-06-17
National Consultancy for Provincial Ecosystem and Forestry Coordinator in Enga province of Papua New Guinea, IC/PNG/029-2021
UNDP: National Consultancy for Provincial Ecosystem and Forestry Coordinator in Enga province of Papua New Guinea, IC/PNG/029-2021 in Wabag, Enga Province, PAPUA NEW GUINEA. Closing date: 2021-06-17
National Consultancy for Provincial Food Security Coordinator in Enga province of Papua New Guinea, IC/PNG/030-2021
UNDP: National Consultancy for Provincial Food Security Coordinator in Enga province of Papua New Guinea, IC/PNG/030-2021 in Wabag, Enga Province, PAPUA NEW GUINEA. Closing date: 2021-06-17
Specialist - Policy support, capacity development and partnerships for South-South and Triangular cooperation (Arab States)
UNDP: Specialist - Policy support, capacity development and partnerships for South-South and Triangular cooperation (Arab States) in Home-based. Closing date: 2021-06-17
National Consultancy for Provincial Climate Change Coordinator in Enga province of Papua New Guinea, IC/PNG/028-2021
UNDP: National Consultancy for Provincial Climate Change Coordinator in Enga province of Papua New Guinea, IC/PNG/028-2021 in Wabag, Enga Province, PAPUA NEW GUINEA. Closing date: 2021-06-17
Consultants to Carry Barrier Assessment on the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces
UNDP: Consultants to Carry Barrier Assessment on the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces in Freetown, SIERRA LEONE. Closing date: 2021-06-17
Coordination Anaylst
UNDP: Coordination Anaylst in Amman, JORDAN. Closing date: 2021-06-17
* Human Resources Associate (Multiple positions)
UNDP: * Human Resources Associate (Multiple positions) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Closing date: 2021-06-17
* National Coordinator with Global Environment Facility ? Small Grants Programme (UNOPS)
UNDP: * National Coordinator with Global Environment Facility ? Small Grants Programme (UNOPS) in Sanaa, Yemen. Closing date: 2021-06-17
Consultant IHP- Sequencing
WHO: Consultant IHP- Sequencing in Egypt-Cairo. Closing date: 2021-06-17
Consultant Roster - Strategic planning, monitoring and evaluation and programmatic review of the national TB program
WHO: Consultant Roster - Strategic planning, monitoring and evaluation and programmatic review of the national TB program in Multiple locations. Closing date: 2021-06-17
Legal Associate Legal
UNOPS: Legal Associate Legal in New York, United States of America. Closing date: 2021-06-17
Project Management Support - Senior Analyst Project Management
UNOPS: Project Management Support - Senior Analyst Project Management in Jerusalem with frequent travel to WB & Gaza. Closing date: 2021-06-17
National Consultant for Evaluation of the UNDP Country Programme for Country programme document for Angola (2020-2022)
UNDP: National Consultant for Evaluation of the UNDP Country Programme for Country programme document for Angola (2020-2022) in Luanda, ANGOLA. Closing date: 2021-06-17
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Communications Program Officer, All Children Reading (Program, Quality, and Impact)
Country: United States of America Organization: World Vision Closing date: 14 Jul 2021 World Vision USA is a part of the larger World Vision International partnership, a development and advocacy organisation devoted to improving the lives of children, families and their communities around the world. We help children of all backgrounds, even in the most dangerous places, inspired by our Christian faith. Globally, we have over 34,000+ staff working in nearly 100 countries. Just over 1000 of us call World Vision USA home. The Job: World Vision, on behalf of the All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge for Development Partners, is seeking a Communications Program Officer to lead communications and marketing activities that advance EdTech innovation and research to improve reading outcomes for marginalized children in low-resource contexts. At All Children Reading (a partnership of USAID, World Vision and the Australian Government), we are passionate about finding solutions for the 387 million children globally waiting for the opportunity to learn to read. We believe technology, when applied appropriately, can instigate breakthrough progress in advancing child literacy around the globe. You'll make a real impact by guiding and implementing a communications strategy designed to champion our funded innovations and research; grow our community of global EdTech innovators, Ministries of Education, education implementers, and collaborators; and amplify our thought leadership in the global EdTech for literacy space. As the next Communications Program Officer, you'll develop and implement comprehensive engagement and communications campaigns for global competitions; develop creative content for blogs, social media, and our website, AllChildrenReading.org; and manage and champion the All Children Reading brand. Your Responsibilities Will Include: Direct and manage an internal and external communications strategy designed to catalyze action to expand the reach of EdTech solutions that improve children's reading and language skills. Develop and implement comprehensive engagement and communications campaigns for global competitions. Measure the effectiveness of communications tactics using Google Analytics, social media analytics and search engine optimization (SEO) tools. Develop and write creative content, including blogs, social media and website copy. Manage and champion the All Children Reading brand in ways that amplify and advance our goals. Direct content marketing and media relations efforts, including the development of press releases, media kits, and pitches to targeted internal and external channels. Manage ongoing development and maintenance of AllChildrenReading.org Engage our 4,000+ subscriber community through development and distribution of a monthly newsletter. Manage an efficient and accessible asset management system of logos, photos and videos. Develop and design marketing collateral including presentations, social media images and infographics. Support the coordination of events including global conferences and webinars. Manage contractors who provide complementary expertise (e.g. graphic design and video production) to ensure projects are timely and strengthen our strategy and brand. Work collaboratively to leverage ACR GCD Partners’ communication activities and channels to promote our shared investment. Champion accessibility of all communications to ensure compliance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. You Bring These Skills: Strategic communication Digital media and analytics Writing and editing Website management Social media management Brand management Graphic design Contractor management Strong interpersonal and public relations skills Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree in communications, journalism, marketing, or related field or equivalent work experience (eight years). In addition to education or education equivalent, requires 7 years of work experience in marketing and communications, including professional writing and editing. Understanding of international development issues and/or sector area How to apply: To Apply Find the full responsibilities and requirements for this position online. For more information on World Vision USA, please visit our website: www.worldvision.org. Due to the number of applications received, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Chief Operating and Technology Officer
Organization: World Vision Closing date: 22 Jun 2021 VisionFund International (VFI) is financial empowerment from World Vision, a Christian humanitarian, development and advocacy organization devoted to improving the lives of children, families and their communities around the world. Working together as part of World Vision – VisionFund enables impoverished households to increase their incomes and then impact communities to increase economic activity, access clean water, education and healthcare, benefit from improvements to nutrition, and provide the foundations for local economies to flourish. For over 17 years, VisionFund has been committed to brighter futures for children where they can experience the love of Christ, building lives free of need and full of promise. Through our work, every 60 seconds a family receives the tools to overcome poverty. Here’s where you come in: *Position location to be determined by home country of successful candidate in a jurisdiction (US state or country) where WVI/VF is registered to operate. As the Chief Operating and Technology Officer, you will work in partnership with the VisionFund Network (total staff of approx. 7,200) to seek to impact 4m children per year, currently, and up to 30m by 2030. You will support the Vision Fund International (VFI) President and CEO and the Regions in delivering an Annual Operating Plan of Net Income before Donations, of circa USD5m+. As a member of the Senior Leadership Team, you will drive Operational Excellence and digital transformation through change management initiatives that build the capacity of the 28 Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) to deliver on Our Promise, World Vision’s global strategy, and on VisionFund’s 2030 strategy. As a Christian leader, you will develop and build a strong team to ensure a coordinated delivery of MFI and client centric products, services and expertise to support the field operations and drive efficiency. Requirements include: A minimum of a university degree (ideally a Master’s degree) in in Finance, Business, Economics, ICT, Engineering or equivalent level of knowledge demonstrated through relevant experience. COO experience or strong operating skills in microfinance or banking delivering operational excellence. 15+ years’ work experience in a global, matrix-managed organisation. 5+ years’ experience managing people at a senior level. Experience delivering digital transformation (especially core banking systems and digital solutions). Experience working in a multinational and multicultural environment with proven cross-cultural effectiveness. Good written and verbal communication skills and strong at influencing. The position requires ability and willingness to travel up to 25% of the time. How to apply: Is this the job for you? Find the full responsibilities and requirements for this position online and apply by the closing date 22 JUNE 2021. Due to the number of applications received, only short-listed candidates will be contacted. VisionFund is dedicated to our team members’ development and their success. We aspire for all employees to be fulfilled through their work and their contributions to an organisation working to provide long-term sustainable solutions to the world’s most vulnerable people. For more information on World Vision International and VisionFund International, please visit our website: www.visionfund.org. Our vision for every child, life in all its fullness. Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so.
Chief Risk Officer
Organization: World Vision Closing date: 22 Jun 2021 VisionFund International (VFI) is financial empowerment from World Vision, a Christian humanitarian, development and advocacy organization devoted to improving the lives of children, families and their communities around the world. Working together as part of World Vision – VisionFund enables impoverished households to increase their incomes and then impact communities to increase economic activity, access clean water, education and healthcare, benefit from improvements to nutrition, and provide the foundations for local economies to flourish. For over 17 years, VisionFund has been committed to brighter futures for children where they can experience the love of Christ, building lives free of need and full of promise. Through our work, every 60 seconds a family receives the tools to overcome poverty. Here’s where you come in: *Position location to be determined by home country of successful candidate in a jurisdiction (US state or country) where WVI/VF is registered to operate. As the Chief Risk Officer (CRO), you will be responsible for global enterprise risk management, which includes oversight and leadership of all risks and compliance to policies across the VisionFund network of 28 microfinance institutions (MFIs). You will oversee, among other things, roles accountable for Corporate Governance, Credit Risk Policy, Information Security and Physical Security. To manage this, you will set global risk strategy and oversee, manage and align the risk management frameworks, policies, tools and practices globally. As the CRO, you must also drive a culture in which Risk and Compliance have sufficient voice and are embedded in all key decision-making processes. The Risk function is a strategic function that steers business direction and strategy, and ensures the long-term resilience of VisionFund. The Compliance function is also vital for operations in the MFI network. You will manage a team and attend on the VFI Board committees. Requirements include: Professionally Qualified Accountant and/or other relevant qualifications such as masters or MBA. Minimum 15 + years' experience in banking or financial institutions, specifically with a minimum of 10 years’ experience in risk management and compliance at a senior management level. 5+ years’ experience in a Credit policy / underwriting / Credit operations / MIS function. Broad risk management knowledge including fraud and operational risk management and the ability to lead risk governance and control through recognized frameworks. Experience of operating at senior management and board level. Proven ability to develop and implement risk strategy in a multinational organisation. English fluency. The position requires ability and willingness to travel internationally up to 30% of the time. How to apply: Is this the job for you? Find the full responsibilities and requirements for this position online and apply by the closing date 22 JUNE 2021. Due to the number of applications received, only short-listed candidates will be contacted. VisionFund is dedicated to our team members’ development and their success. We aspire for all employees to be fulfilled through their work and their contributions to an organisation working to provide long-term sustainable solutions to the world’s most vulnerable people. For more information on World Vision International and VisionFund International, please visit our website: www.visionfund.org. Our vision for every child, life in all its fullness. Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so.
Global Asset Management Director
Organization: World Vision Closing date: 22 Jun 2021 VisionFund International (VFI) is financial empowerment from World Vision, a Christian humanitarian, development and advocacy organization devoted to improving the lives of children, families and their communities around the world. Working together as part of World Vision – VisionFund enables impoverished households to increase their incomes and then impact communities to increase economic activity, access clean water, education and healthcare, benefit from improvements to nutrition, and provide the foundations for local economies to flourish. For over 17 years, VisionFund has been committed to brighter futures for children where they can experience the love of Christ, building lives free of need and full of promise. Through our work, every 60 seconds a family receives the tools to overcome poverty. Here’s where you come in: *Position location to be determined by home country of successful candidate in a jurisdiction (US state or country) where WVI/VF is registered to operate. As the Global Asset Management Director, you will be responsible for the VFI global balance sheet and ensuring it is aligned behind the Our Livelihoods Promise strategy. You will manage and coordinate the asset and liability sides of VFI's balance sheet together with the treasury processes of the Group. As well as 'running the bank' and liaising with World Vision Treasury, you will also centrally drive and oversee global liquidity and solvency in the field and improve the Group's treasury systems and processes to ensure efficiency and informed decision making. Requirements include: A minimum of 15 years professional relevant experience; a minimum of 10 years external experience working in the treasury or capital markets functions of a multinational organization, preferably at a Group level. Debt capital markets experience including the issuance of a variety of debt instruments and managing the debt investor relationships that arise from that. MCT (or equivalent treasury qualification) or CFA (or equivalent asset management qualification) qualified. MBA preferred. CPA/ACA (or equivalent) accounting qualification preferred. Fluency in English. The position requires ability and willingness to travel internationally up to 15% of the time. How to apply: Is this the job for you? Find the full responsibilities and requirements for this position online and apply by the closing date 22 JUNE 2021. Due to the number of applications received, only short-listed candidates will be contacted. VisionFund is dedicated to our team members’ development and their success. We aspire for all employees to be fulfilled through their work and their contributions to an organisation working to provide long-term sustainable solutions to the world’s most vulnerable people. For more information on World Vision International and VisionFund International, please visit our website: www.visionfund.org. Our vision for every child, life in all its fullness. Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so.
Finance Operations and Transformation Director
Organization: World Vision Closing date: 22 Jun 2021 VisionFund International (VFI) is financial empowerment from World Vision, a Christian humanitarian, development and advocacy organization devoted to improving the lives of children, families and their communities around the world. Working together as part of World Vision – VisionFund enables impoverished households to increase their incomes and then impact communities to increase economic activity, access clean water, education and healthcare, benefit from improvements to nutrition, and provide the foundations for local economies to flourish. For over 17 years, VisionFund has been committed to brighter futures for children where they can experience the love of Christ, building lives free of need and full of promise. Through our work, every 60 seconds a family receives the tools to overcome poverty. Here’s where you come in: *Position location to be determined by home country of successful candidate in a jurisdiction (US state or country) where WVI/VF is registered to operate. As the Finance Operations and Transformation Director, you will be responsible for the VFI global financial operations and ensuring alignment behind the Our Livelihoods Promise strategy, including adoption of digital technologies. You will lead VFI's finance strategy, accounting, reporting and planning functions, and ensure global finance functions are effective and continuously improving. Leading external and internal projects, you will drive transformation of financial systems and processes globally. The role uses strong relationship mgt, influencing and coordination skills. Requirements include: A minimum of 15 years professional relevant experience; a minimum of 10 years external experience working in the middle-office and back-office functions of a multinational financial organization, preferably at a Group level and at a Controller/Treasurer level. Must have experience of transforming systems and processes in a multinational organization, preferably implementation of treasury/accounting systems. Deep financial analysis and accounting understanding, preferably with some audit background. Thorough knowledge and extensive experience in the microfinance and/or banking sectors. Must have experience working with, engaging (hiring/firing) and leading external consultants (software providers, implementation providers, auditors, project mgt). Post graduate accounting qualification. Fluency in English. The position requires ability and willingness to travel internationally up to 15% of the time. How to apply: Is this the job for you? Find the full responsibilities and requirements for this position online and apply by the closing date 22 JUNE 2021. Due to the number of applications received, only short-listed candidates will be contacted. VisionFund is dedicated to our team members’ development and their success. We aspire for all employees to be fulfilled through their work and their contributions to an organisation working to provide long-term sustainable solutions to the world’s most vulnerable people. For more information on World Vision International and VisionFund International, please visit our website: www.visionfund.org. Our vision for every child, life in all its fullness. Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so.
Regional Finance Manager
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Organization: World Vision Closing date: 22 Jun 2021 VisionFund International (VFI) is financial empowerment from World Vision, a Christian humanitarian, development and advocacy organization devoted to improving the lives of children, families and their communities around the world. Working together as part of World Vision – VisionFund enables impoverished households to increase their incomes and then impact communities to increase economic activity, access clean water, education and healthcare, benefit from improvements to nutrition, and provide the foundations for local economies to flourish. For over 17 years, VisionFund has been committed to brighter futures for children where they can experience the love of Christ, building lives free of need and full of promise. Through our work, every 60 seconds a family receives the tools to overcome poverty. Here’s where you come in: *Preferred position location: United Kingdom. Other possible locations: Armenia, Kosovo, Montenegro or Serbia where WVI/VF is registered to operate. As the Regional Finance Manager, you will lead and manage the execution of the VisionFund 2030 Strategy for finance in the Middle East and Eastern European region. You will be responsible for all regional microfinance institution (MFI) finance-related issues and work primarily with, and mentor, the MFI CFOs, who have a matrix reporting line into this position. You will be responsible for ensuring proper controls, policies, procedures, reporting standards, and best practices are in place in the MFIs. All efforts will be made to provide global solutions to improve MFI finance processes. Requirements include: Degree in Finance or Accounting. Knowledge and experience (minimum of 6 years) in the microfinance and/or banking sectors. Deep financial analysis and accounting understanding, preferably with some audit background. Understanding of balance sheet risk management including interest rate risk, liquidity risk and foreign exchange risk as well as bank funding processes and contracting. Must be experienced in managing effective support of accounting computer software systems including Sun6. Fluency in English. The position requires ability and willingness to travel internationally up to 50% of the time. How to apply: Is this the job for you? Find the full responsibilities and requirements for this position online and apply by the closing date 22 JUNE 2021. Due to the number of applications received, only short-listed candidates will be contacted. VisionFund is dedicated to our team members’ development and their success. We aspire for all employees to be fulfilled through their work and their contributions to an organisation working to provide long-term sustainable solutions to the world’s most vulnerable people. For more information on World Vision International and VisionFund International, please visit our website: www.visionfund.org. Our vision for every child, life in all its fullness. Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so.
Assistant(e) Logistique
Country: Chad Organization: UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Closing date: 10 Jul 2021 Dans le cadre de l’exécution de ses programmes et activités, le Bureau régional multisectoriel de l’UNESCO pour l’Afrique centrale recrute un(e) Assistant(e) en logistique. Sous l’autorité du Directeur du Bureau régional multisectoriel pour l’Afrique centrale à Yaoundé, l’encadrement du Coordonnateur de l’Antenne de l’UNESCO à N’Djamena, la supervision générale de l’Administrateur du Bureau régional de Yaoundé et directe de l’Administrateur de N’Djamena, le/la titulaire devra exécuter les tâches suivantes : Assister dans l’organisation des services de logistiques, de gestion, des expéditions, d’exonérations d'impôts, de l’assurance du bâtiment, de l’entretien et de l’assurance des véhicules, de la gestion du carburant, du carnet de bord, de la location de véhicules et d’enregistrement pour toutes activités et programmes du Bureau ; Assister le responsable des achats dans la collecte des informations pertinentes et actualisées pour l’élaboration des contrats d’achat ainsi que pour l'évaluation des offres, la gestion des contrats, des offres et des fournisseurs dans le respect des obligations contractuelles, des considérations légales, des normes et procédures de l’Organisation ; Assister dans le traitement et l’édition des bons de commande ; dans la revue et le traitement des factures en liaison avec le staff du programme ou des opérations et/ou le fournisseur impliqué, pour résoudre tout problème éventuel ; Assister dans la détermination et l’acquisition des besoins en fournitures de bureau et carburants ; Veiller à mettre un système efficace pour éviter les ruptures de stock ; Participer à la réception des fournitures, des équipements, etc. Assister dans l’inscription des nouveaux fournisseurs dans le système et maintenir l'exactitude des données concernant les fournisseurs existants ; Assurer la liaison entre les services de sécurité et l’Antenne (signaler toutes informations à l’Administrateur); En tant que Point focal du Bureau auprès de la société de nettoyage, vérifier quotidiennement le nettoyage et l’entretien par la société de nettoyage des différents étages et du parking du local (nettoyage régulier des couloirs bureaux toilettes espaces publics vitres corbeilles à papier etc) signaler toutes anomalies à l’Administrateur ; Assurer le service pour les pauses café lors des réunions du Bureau et s’assurer de l’approvisionnement du stock y relatif ; Exécuter toute autre tâche relevant de ses compétences. Titre : Assistant(e) Logistique Domaine : Administration Type de contrat : Contrat de Service Lieu d’affectation : N’Djamena Grade : SB2-4 Durée du contrat : 1 an (possibilité d’extension en fonction de la disponibilité des fonds et de l’évaluation de performance) Date limite de soumission : 10 juillet 2021 How to apply: Lien pour accéder à la vacance de poste: https://careers.unesco.org/job/Chad-Assistant%28e%29-en-Logistique/729925302/?locale=fr_FR
ASSISTANT(E) EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Country: Cameroon Organization: UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Closing date: 10 Jul 2021 Dans le but d’assurer une gestion efficace des programmes et projets mis en œuvre par l’UNESCO et assurer la présence, le positionnement et une meilleure visibilité de l’Organisation et de ses actions au Cameroun, il est prévu le recrutement d’un(e) Assistant(e) Executive Officer pour le Bureau régional multisectoriel de UNESCO, basé(e) à Yaoundé. Sous l’autorité du Directeur du Bureau régional multisectoriel pour l’Afrique centrale à Yaoundé, la supervision directe de l’Executive Officer du Bureau de Yaoundé, le/la titulaire devra exécuter les tâches suivantes : Conception et mise en œuvre d’un mécanisme permettant autant que possible de centraliser toutes les données nécessaires des projets, programmes et portefeuilles du Bureau permettant la préparation et production rapide de rapports, newsletters et briefings ; Rassembler, analyser et traiter les données programmatiques disponibles et les mettre dans un format exploitable pour la production des cartes thématiques, infographies, ou autre modèle innovant, en liaison avec les acteurs pertinents ; Collaborer avec les Chefs de Bureaux, Antennes, Chargés de Programme et projets pour produire les Newsletters, rapports réguliers et annuels du bureau et des projets, Briefings, notes d’information, et présentations pour le siège, partenaires, donateurs et gouvernements ; Collaborer avec les Chefs de Bureaux, Antennes, Chargés de Programme et projets, les spécialistes en communications et le spécialiste de suivi-évaluation M&E; afin de produire les outils de communication audiovisuels, messages sur les réseaux sociaux, de cartes et graphiques, à partir des données disponibles ; Suivre les évènements pour une couverture de communication et préparation de communiqués de presse pré-, pendant, et post- évènements, projets ou activités, surtout pour informer le site web et pages FB du bureau ; Mettre en œuvre une série de formations pour les collègues du programme sur les outils nécessaires à la gestion de l’information notamment sur le format de collecte et de gestion des bases de données tenant compte des indicateurs de chaque projet, le calendrier d’activités et évènements à couvrir ; Assister le Directeur régional dans le suivi des programmes, projets, audiences, entretiens et affaires quotidiennes et courantes du bureau, surtout le suivi et gestion des deadlines en relation avec la soumission de briefings ou rapports ; Coordonner toutes les réunions et retraites de l'équipe de direction et participer aux réunions et événements du personnel au besoin. Suivre les compte rendus des réunions et audiences pour informer les produits de communication et information; Assurer auprès des Chefs de Bureaux, Antennes, Chargés de Programme et projets un suivi des projets spéciaux et régionaux pour en rendre compte au Directeur et pour informer les rapports et briefings du Bureau ; Exécuter toute autre tâche relevant de ses compétences en vue d’atteindre les objectifs du Bureau régional. How to apply: Lien pour accéder à la vacance de poste: https://careers.unesco.org/job/Yaounde-Assistant%28e%29-Executive-Officer/729923702/?locale=fr_FR
Local Impact Regional Design Lead
Countries: Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan Organization: Aga Khan Foundation Closing date: 2 Jul 2021 The Aga Khan Foundation (AKF), alongside its sister AKDN agencies, has implemented innovative, community-driven solutions to development challenges for over 50 years. It brings together human, financial and technical resources to address some of the challenges faced by the poorest and most marginalised communities in the world. Special emphasis is placed on investing in human potential, expanding opportunity and improving the overall quality of life, especially for women and girls. It works primarily in six areas: Agriculture and Food Security; Economic Inclusion; Education; Early Childhood Development; Health and Nutrition; and Civil Society. “The Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) is committed to safeguarding, which means it promotes respectful relations with and between all staff, associates, beneficiaries and wider communities with whom it works, and takes all reasonable measures to prevent harm, including all forms of sexual exploitation, abuse, harassment (PSEAH), bullying, discrimination, harassment and abuse of power that may arise from contact with its staff, programmes or operations. AKF also adheres to child safeguarding principles, as set out by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Convention on the Rights of the Child. All selected candidates will undergo rigorous reference and background checks. Background checks will include the verification of academic credential(s), employment history and any potential history of misconduct. Selected candidates may be required to provide additional information to conduct a full background check. Position summary AKF USA is seeking to hire a Regional Design Lead for the AKF, and USAID jointly funded Local Impact Leader with Associate (LWA) award. With an eye toward conflict prevention and resolution, Local Impact will target marginalized and vulnerable communities to: (1) Catalyze inclusive economic growth and ensure basic livelihoods; (2) Enhance infrastructure and access to basic services with a foKcus on clean energy; (3) Enhance the capacity of citizens and local institutions; and (4) Promote pluralism and social cohesion. The Regional Design Lead will support a portfolio of Human Centered Design (HCD) projects across three country offices in Central Asia while building the capacity of local teams in leading and facilitating design processes. As part of an interdisciplinary team, you will tackle complex, human-centered and socially impactful challenges alongside other development practitioners from different backgrounds. This position will be based in Bishkek or Dushanbe ideally. However, this position will span Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan so travel would be needed often when it is safe and permissible. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES1. Human Centered Design Project Scoping. Identify opportunities and write design proposals in close collaboration with local teams and Local Impact focal points based on AKDN and USAID priorities. Design Planning. Support country and agency offices in planning and customizing design processes, methods, and tools to use. Capacity development. Conduct workshops and learning experiences to build design capacity of local teams and stakeholders. Design Facilitation and Consulting. Support the projects and teams in conducting design processes and facilitating workshops to move the design work forward. Design Research. Employ a variety of traditional, non-traditional, and participatory research methods to elicit nuanced human insights. Synthesis. Bring together learnings from design processes by leading the discussion of data collected in the field. This will include debriefing and discussing user feedback with your teams—collaborating to turn research into potential directions for design. Prototype. Build prototypes and test solutions with target audiences to collect feedback and iterate on solutions. Document. Creating design playbooks, reports, case studies, communications materials, and presentations. Present. Clearly communicate complex concepts to a variety of audiences to include, but not limited to, internal AKDN stakeholders, USAID staff and more. 2. Project Management & Mentorship Lead. Work collaboratively with the Design Team and Country Office to lead on challenge identification, solution development, and pilot implementation. Relationships. Engage with key project partners and donors to ensure they are bought-in and contributing to the project. Each design challenge will have external stakeholders that you will engage closely Mentor. Each design challenge will have a co-lead who you will mentor and support. Collaborate. Work closely with the Country Managers and project staff to find opportunities and linkages to all aspects of AKF’s work. Listen and engage effectively with other stakeholders to co-create open mind solution Inspire. Your job will be to keep design team members engaged and inspired throughout the process. Report and communicate. Document and share the progress, learnings, challenges, barriers, and other information with the design team, country manager, and the Global Lead. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE English. Spoken and written fluency in English is essential, and knowledge of Russian, Tajik or Dari is an asset. Design. A background in one or more traditional design disciplines (interaction, visual communications, or service design preferred), with 3-5 years of work experience, ideally with some innovation consulting experience. HCD. Fluency in the human-centered design process, from qualitative research and synthesis to ideation, prototyping, and implementation. Social Development. Experience or demonstrated interest in tackling poverty-related challenges. Portfolio. A credible portfolio with examples of products, services, and systems that you helped create and that are driving impact in the world. Managing. Experience in managing and leading interdisciplinary teams. Training. Experience training and building capacity of non-designers. Design Across Scales. Experience in designing product, experience, and service at various levels. Prototyping. Experience creating quick and dirty prototypes as well as more refined deliverables. You have experience prototyping in various resolutions to create experiences that lead users to provide valuable feedback about your solutions. Cultural sensitivity, and an ability to connect easily with new people. Perspective. You can add a unique perspective to your research and to our teams, such as writing & storytelling, strategic thinking, or service design. Writing Skills. Ability to communicate succinctly and effectively in English. Writing skills in Russian, Tajik or Kyrgyz is also ideal. Facilitation Skills. Foster participation and encourage people to come up with ideas, thoughts and perspectives that add value. How to apply: Interested applicants should apply through AKDN Career website www.akdn.org/careers/1831664 no later than 02nd July 2021.
Global Communications Support Officer (Content Development)
Country: Switzerland Organization: Interpeace Closing date: 30 Jun 2021 Background Interpeace is an international organisation for peacebuilding that strengthens the ability of societies to manage conflict themselves in sustainable and non-violent ways. Interpeace designs and delivers its work tailored to each situation in collaboration with local partners and communities, based on extensive consultation and research. Interpeace also ensures that the processes of conflict management and change that it supports are integrated at all levels of society including local communities, civil society, government and the international community (we call it a ‘Track 6’ approach). Interpeace was originally established by the United Nations and remains its strategic partner. Beyond field-based peacebuilding, Interpeace also assists the international community – particularly the UN – to be more effective in supporting peacebuilding efforts worldwide. This includes contributing innovative thought leadership on peacebuilding policies and practices. Interpeace is headquartered in Geneva and has offices around the world. For more information about Interpeace, please visit www.interpeace.org Purpose and General Overview Interpeace delivers its mandate within the framework of the ‘2021-2025 Strategy – A Resilient Peace’ and the annual workplans and budgets that flow from that strategy. Under this framework, the organisation carries out a wide array of programmatic and policy initiatives worldwide in order to achieve its three main goals: 1)to rethink peace, 2) to enhance resilience for peace, and 3) to embed peace. Sustaining these efforts within a global communications strategy with context-specific communications plans is critical to shape messages, tools and communications channels for maximised impact with diverse audiences. Interpeace, through its communications efforts, seeks to trigger and foster public interest and commitment to peacebuilding as well as to disseminate the rich and diverse results of its own particular peacebuilding work – both its practical activities in the field and also its policy and thought leadership. The Global Communications Support Officer (content development) helps interpret Interpeace’s work and results for various target audiences, including the general public. The Global Communications Support Officer (content development) is responsible for the development of high quality, context sensitive and impactful written communications material for all media channels used by the organization and the Principles for Peace Initiative, in particular for digital and social media. Position within the Organization The Global Communications Support Officer (Content Development) is a member of the Strategic Partnerships & Communications (SP&C;) Unit. Under the supervision of the Global Communications Manager based in Geneva and in close collaboration with the Head of Secretariat, Principles for Peace Initiative, the GCSO works closely with all members of the SP&C; Unit as well as with the Principles for Peace Secretariat hosted at Interpeace, to develop communications products and content efficiently and effectively. Interpeace’s SP&C; Unit leads the strategic positioning of the organisation towards partners and the general public, enabling Interpeace to mobilise better the resources, knowledge and political momentum required to achieve its mandate. Interpeace’s SP&C; Unit is responsible for: 1) developing, maintaining and enhancing strong strategic partnerships with governments, other international organisations, and other key partners, and 2) leading the organisation’s external communication efforts by developing and implementing strategies and plans, coordinating across units and offices, as well as providing editorial and technical capacity support. The unit is currently developing its Communications Strategy for the next 30 months. Duties and responsibilities Primary Responsibilities Draft and edit a wide array of written content, including web stories, press releases, media alerts, blog posts, content for Vlogs, speeches, Op-Eds, human interest stories, key messages, talking points and video scripts for Interpeace and Principles for Peace Initiative. Undertake research and generate content for the Interpeace and Principle for Peace websites, and social media platforms as well as preparing draft presentations and infographics. Create the tone and content of draft media materials whilst ensuring it is in line with Interpeace’s institutional positioning, for various audiences. Supporting the delivery of the communication strategy of Principle for Peace. Select graphic content for media outputs and obtain graphic/visual content when required from stock image platforms. Social media responsibilities Write, edit and publish engaging content for various social networks, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram of Interpeace and the Principles for Peace initiative. Develop video content scripts for Social Media. Work with the Principles for Peace team to boost the performance of visual communications for both raising awareness of the initiative and to engage audiences. Enhance social media posts (language, tone, message) based on target audience behaviours. Select and upload appealing images and videos to complement text on I social platforms that describes and updates our latest news and work. Monitor and report on social media insights (traffic, engagement, shares, conversion rates) mainly for Principles for Peace Initiative Respond to questions and comments on Principles For Peace Initiative’s social media pages in a timely and accurate manner. Media and events support Coordinate media requests; Organise logistics and other relevant support to the Global Communications Manager during media engagement for global events related to Interpeace and to the Principles for Peace Initiative. Expected results High quality, multi-purpose, impactful communications and media content produced; enhanced presence and visibility on-line of Interpeace and the Principles for Peace initiative; increased number of local and international media at profile-raising events; improved efficiency and increased output of the Global Communications team. Qualifications: Education/ Experience Two to four years of experience in journalism, PR agency, corporate communications or nonprofit outreach; University degree or equivalent in communications, journalism, advertisement or other relevant field; Familiarity with work related to peace building and security sector and ability to work with a diverse, multicultural team; Excellent proven writing capabilities in English, (Being a native English Speaker is an asset); Fluency in French is an asset; Excellent knowledge of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Google+ and other social media best practices; Ability to turn technical information into compelling stories; Ability to work collaboratively and effectively across multiple teams; Solid understanding of news media and public relations and strong content strategy and development; Highly organized/structured and able to manage multiple projects and understand and adjust to changing priorities; Strong IT skills, including familiarity and a track record of social media content development, planning and web management; Commitment to continuous learning. Keeps abreast of new developments in own profession, actively seeks to develop oneself professionally and personally; shows willingness to learn from others; seeks feedback to learn and improve. Competencies Interpeace Competencies Collaboration and Weaving Communication Drive for results Adaptability and Continuous Learning Respect for Diversity Success factors Strong commitment to supporting local peacebuilding initiatives and to the values and working principles of Interpeace Excellent social and inter-cultural skills, outstanding communication skills to a variety of stakeholders from different backgrounds Creative team player with a commitment to inclusiveness and consensus building personality with tact and a high adaptation capacity Identifies with and is committed to Interpeace’s core values and working principles How to apply: Qualified candidates are invited to submit their application to recruitment@interpeace.org no later than June 30th 2021. “Global Communications Support Officer (Content Development)” MUST BE included in the subject line of the application email to be considered. The application must include: a complete curriculum vitae a letter of interest an acknowledgement letter, answering the following questions: Have you ever been criminally convicted or subject to any criminal or administrative penalty by any competent authority? If yes, please specify: Have you ever been terminated or separated (e.g. contract termination, dismissal, non-renewal) or subject to any disciplinary measure or sanction by your employer for fraud, harassment, sexual harassment, sexual exploitation or sexual abuse? Have you ever resigned while under investigation or during disciplinary proceedings? And Confirming the following declaration of understanding: I confirm the accuracy of the information provided, with the understanding that Interpeace will conduct reference checks to verify relevant information. I understand that if any false or misleading information is provided in my application, or any material fact suppressed, I may not be employed, of if I am employed, I may be dismissed. Interpeace values diversity among its staff and aims to achieve gender equality both through gender parity at all levels of the organisation and the promotion of a gender dimension in all its work. We welcome applications from women and men, and those with disabilities. Please note that due to high volume of applications, ONLY short-listed candidates will be contacted.
MEAL Manager
Country: Turkey Organization: Danish Refugee Council Closing date: 25 Jun 2021 MEAL Manager *Danish Refugee Council, one of the world’s leading humanitarian NGOs, is currently looking for a highly qualified MEAL Manager (Hatay – Country Office).* About the Job The MEAL Manager leads the monitoring, evaluation, accountability, and learning (MEAL) systems of DRC Turkey to promote evidence-based decision-making and to ensure quality, effectiveness, and appropriateness of programs. The MEAL Manager plays a key role in ensuring that DRC Turkey upholds the Core Humanitarian Standards, in particular Standard 4 (Humanitarian response is based on communication, participation and feedback), 5 (Complaints are welcomed and addressed), and 7 (Humanitarian actors continuously learn and improve). The post-holder leads the capacity strengthening of DRC staff and implementing partners in MEAL. This role has a country focus and ensures compliance with DRC procedures and guidelines within the country. The role contributes to the development of country strategies, which are translated into action plans and day-to-day tasks. The role provides support and/or technical guidance to country operations while overseeing country activities. Duties and Responsibilities: Technical Oversight Create a MEAL strategy in line with country needs and best MEAL practice, with practical guidelines which can be used and followed by the team and non-MEAL specialists. Lead development, harmonization, and roll out of SOPs, tools and guidelines Support in the creation of project, programme and country based logframes and M&E; plans, ensuring that indicators are SMART. Provide regular technical support and guidance to Technical Coordinators, Project Managers and other relevant staff in both a structured manner and on a case by case basis, in line with M&E; plans Provide regular technical support and guidance to Partner Organizations Program teams in both a structured manner and on a case by case basis, in line with M&E; plans Assure compliance with DRC standards and procedures and alignment with global strategy, through regular coordination with colleagues in support services at Area Office and Country Office level. Liaise with the HQ MEAL department to ensure compliance and understanding with all global standards, while at the same time, promoting to HQ experiences from the field to influence HQ policy and practice Lead the development and implementation of Information Management (IM) platform and securely transfer large program field data, capacity build, train and support sectors and field staff to improve the field monitoring or any other monitoring needs. Provide suggestions for information management solutions, including design, key features, user interfaces, automatic analysis, data mining and automated reports. Ensure that DRC’s Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Minimum Operating Practices (MELMOPs) are understood and adhered to, completing the annual compliance check, and ensuring areas of weakness are incorporated into country-wide policy and/or practice M&E; Implementation, Coordination and Oversight Coordinate with field staff and partner organizations to develop tools and methods to improve data collection, and lead data collection and analysis processes Undertake field trips to carry out physical monitoring of ongoing projects where feasible Undertake in-depth internal evaluations, especially on projects which will not have any external review Provide technical support to ensure that DRC is able to articulate and document relevant best Practices and lessons learned, and assess performance regularly against agreed program objectives and indicators Ensure all projects have adequate MEAL budget for effective MEAL work and prioritize spend according to core needs Serve as donor focal point for M&E; components of projects Participate in project kick-off, periodic review, and closeout meetings to present key MEAL data, endorse good practices, share key lessons learned, and strengthen synergies between projects or programmes Technical Line Management** Develop harmonized job descriptions and MEAL structures in all area offices Develop and strengthen DRC’s MEAL department including coordinating recruitments, capacity building and performance management Identify technical gaps and support capacity building for technical line reports Contribute to setting performance objectives and performance appraisals of direct reports and technical line reports When necessary, and with approval of his/her line manager, provide stop-gap support in absence of MEAL staff, in close coordination with senior national colleagues (identified by the PM before his/her absence) Lead the selection and management of all external evaluators and other MEAL-related service providers, and serve as the main focal point from DRC Provide capacity building to MEAL and non-MEAL staff in key areas of project planning, M&E;, accountability, qualitative and quantitative research techniques and analysis. Technical management of all senior members of the MEAL team, creating a suitable MEAL structure across all areas and the Country Office to ensure adequate MEAL support Ac**countability** Coordinate the design and implementation of accountability systems for DRC projects working closely with the Area Manager and Sectoral Technical Coordinators Build the capacity of staff to plan and implement effective accountability systems for the country program Strengthen the country program’s beneficiary and feedback complaint mechanism Serve as the organizational focal point on Core Humanitarian Standards (CHS), ensuring local compliance and reviews across all standards. Provide support during CHS audits in country and ensure relevant audit recommendations are implemented and gaps are addressed Liaise with regional colleagues responsible for accountability, compliance and risk management Learning and Project Quality Share M&E; findings and lessons learned with program staff and implementing partners to improve program quality and impact Regularly present key M&E; findings to the Senior Management Team for further development Support DRC’s aim for further integrated programming and actively propose ways of achieving this using M&E; finding Work with the Partnership Unit to carry out capacity assessment of partner organizations and provide capacity building to improve their MEAL systems and practices Other** Coordinate with Communications and Advocacy teams for success story content, communication tools, etc. Provide regular updates to HoP and SMT Serve as the DRC Turkey focal point for Preventing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) Any other duties as assigned by the HoP About you To be successful in this role, you must have master's degree in relevant field (development, social research preferably with a focus on monitoring and evaluation as well as compliance issues). Moreover, we also expect the following: Required qualifications Minimum of 5 years of work experience within the field of monitoring and evaluation, of which 3 in a similar management role; Experience working with International NGO’s, UN agencies, line ministries and/or local authorities, preferably in migrants/refugee settings in complex emergencies; Experience working in monitoring and evaluation of livelihoods and protection sectors in an emergency and post emergency context Strong understanding of Monitoring & Evaluation principles and processes, including database management, reporting etc Proven leadership skills and a competence in people management Experience in developing/ guiding information management systems for large humanitarian programs Experience in participatory assessment and community-based monitoring approaches; Experience in partnership with Local Civil society and Government institutions Experience of working with or providing support to partners and/or a partnership model of working Demonstrable experience in the nurturing of organisational learning in programmes Proven facilitation and training skills with diverse audiences of NGO practitioners Clear understanding of Core Humanitarian Standards (CHS); Experience with capacity building of national staff in the area of MEAL, and in convening and facilitating trainings and workshops Excellent analytical and report writing skills (English) Proven understanding of research methodologies and the nature of evidence which will influence key decision makers in the area. Excellent skill in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint Full professional proficiency in English Knowledge of Turkish and/or Arabic is an advantage All DRC roles require the post-holder to master DRC’s core competencies: Striving for excellence: Focusing on reaching results while ensuring an efficient process. Collaborating: Involving relevant parties and encouraging feedback. Taking the lead: Taking ownership and initiative while aiming for innovation. Communicating: Listening and speaking effectively and honestly. Demonstrating integrity: Upholding and promoting the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct in relation to DRC’s values and Code of Conduct, including safeguarding against sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment. We offer Contract length: 12 Months Employment Band: F-1 Designation of Duty Station: Hatay (Country Office) Start date: 01.08.2021 Salary and conditions will be in accordance with Danish Refugee Council’s Terms of Employment for Nationals. Application process All applicants must upload a cover letter and an updated CV (no longer than four pages) in English. Applications sent by email will not be considered. Closing date for applications: 25.06.2021 For further information about the Danish Refugee Council, please consult our website drc.ngo. How to apply: Application process All applicants must upload a cover letter and an updated CV (no longer than four pages) in English. Applications sent by email will not be considered. Closing date for applications: 25.06.2021 For further information about the Danish Refugee Council, please consult our website drc.ngo. Please follow the below link for application. https://candidate.hr-manager.net/ApplicationInit.aspx?cid=1036&ProjectId;=161698&DepartmentId;=19003&MediaId;=5
Senior Technical Advisor, Social and Behaviour Change
Organization: World Vision Closing date: 29 Jun 2021 World Vision is a Christian humanitarian, development and advocacy organisation devoted to improving the lives of children, families and their communities around the world. Our over 34,000 staff members working in nearly 100 countries are united in helping the most vulnerable children overcome poverty and experience fullness of life. We help children of all backgrounds, even in the most dangerous places, inspired by our Christian faith. Through our work, every 60 seconds … a family gets water … a hungry child is fed … a family receives the tools to overcome poverty. Here’s where you come in: *Position location to be determined by home country of successful candidate in a jurisdiction (US state or country) where WVI is registered to operate. As Senior Technical Advisor, Social and Behaviour Change, you will provide high quality technical assistance to clients in trainings, assessments, programme design, execution, monitoring, evaluation and scale-up of social & behavioural change (SBC) tools, core project models and sector approaches in alignment with World Vision’s strategy to improve child well-being (CWB) impact. This includes all aspects of grant acquisition and management for foundations, bi-lateral and multi-lateral donors including facilitation, partnering with peer organizations and private sector engagement as per needs defined by Field Office, Regional, Support Office and Global Centre clients. You will continue to learn and grow in technical expertise to provide best in class service while building capabilities of team members for SBC. Requirements include: Master’s degree in relevant technical area of specialization (MPH preferred). 5 years (min) field level and headquarters experience. Trained in Designing for Behaviour Change or Barrier Analysis (5 day minimum course) and the Care Group Approach (5 day minimum course). Substantive grant experience required. Strong experience in building competencies for Social and Behaviour change across contexts (fragile, development, urban) and across sectors (health, nutrition, child protection, WASH and others). Strong experience in training field staff and others in Barrier Analysis or Designing for Behaviour Change, and the Care Group approach. Training experience with Make Me a Change Agent a plus. The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 30% of the time. How to apply: Is this the job for you? World Vision is dedicated to our team members’ development and their success. We aspire for all employees to be fulfilled through their work and their contributions to an organisation working to provide long-term sustainable solutions to the world’s most vulnerable people. Find the full responsibilities and requirements for this position online and apply by the closing date 29 JUNE 2021. Due to the number of applications received, only short-listed candidates will be contacted. For more information on World Vision International, please visit our website: www.wvi.org. Our vision for every child, life in all its fullness. Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so.
Coordinateur·trice Santé - RCA - Bangui
Country: Central African Republic Organization: Première Urgence Internationale Closing date: 1 Aug 2021 Contrat à Durée Déterminée (6 mois) - Prise de poste : 01/07/2021 PUI aux quatre coins du monde Forte de ses 40 années d’expérience, Première Urgence Internationale : Vient en aide à près de 6 millions de bénéficiaires Avec un budget de plus de 100 Millions € par an Répartis dans 22 pays, sur 5 continents Grâce à l’implication et l’engagement de : Plus de 2000 collaborateurs nationaux Environ 200 expatriés de 45 nationalités différentes Et 90 salariés au siège PUI œuvre dans 10 secteurs d’intervention et se distingue par la mise en place d’une approche intégrée dans sa réponse. Cette méthode vise à identifier et comprendre l’ensemble des besoins des personnes touchées par une crise. Nos équipes se mobilisent pour apporter une réponse globale à l’ensemble des besoins fondamentaux des populations victimes de crises humanitaires dans l’urgence jusqu’à leur permettre de retrouver autonomie et dignité. Pour en savoir plus sur notre histoire, nos valeurs, nos domaines d’intervention. Zoom sur nos activités en RCA Notre mission en RCA existe depuis 2007. PUI y développe son approche intégrée avec des interventions de la Santé, Nutrition, MHPSS et Eau-Hygiène-Assainissement. De plus, PUI travaille sur intervention en lieu fixe via les centres de santé primaires ou de premiers secours, en support à certains hôpitaux, ou via le déploiement de cliniques mobiles dans les zones les plus reculées. Aujourd’hui, la mission se compose de 7 projets. Et le.la Coordinateur·trice Santé dans tout ça? En tant que Coordinateur.trice Santé, vous serez responsable de la stratégie médicale de la mission et de la qualité des programmes médicaux en cours et à venir, dans les phases de définition, mise en œuvre et évaluation. Vous apporterez un soutien aux responsables de projets Santé dans une relation fonctionnelle. A cet effet, vos responsabilités seront les suivantes : Stratégie : Avec le.la Chef.fe de mission, et en lien fonctionnel étroit avec le service Médical Siège, vous contribuerez à l’élaboration de nouvelles interventions médicales sur la mission. Vous assurerez une veille épidémiologique sur le pays et en analyserez les forces et faiblesses du point de vue santé publique. Programmes : Vous vous assurerez de l’adéquation du/des programmes médicaux avec la politique de santé PUI et en contrôlerez la qualité et l’efficacité. Représentation : Vous représenterez l’association auprès des partenaires, autorités et acteurs locaux impliqués dans la mise en œuvre des programmes médicaux. Ressources Humaines / Formation : Vous superviserez l’équipe de coordination médicale (salariés PUI), apporterez votre soutien aux responsables de programmes dans le recrutement de profils techniques et superviserez les actions de formations techniques à partir des besoins identifiés. Logistique et administration : Vous assurerez le respect des procédures logistiques et administratives du/des activités sous votre responsabilité. Sécurité : Vous contribuerez au respect des règles de sécurité sur la mission et transmettrez toutes informations d’ordre sécuritaire au/à la Chef.fe de mission. Vous assurerez l'organisation des soins de santé pour les expatriés de la mission. Les défis qui vous attendent: Il/Elle travaillera en collaboration avec d’autres coordinateurs techniques qui évoluent aussi dans les activités santé, notamment le Coordinateur de l’AAPRC qui met en œuvre le FPB (Financement basé sur la performance). Mais aussi avec le Coordinateur PSS qui accompagne les différents programmes santé et nutrition en PSS. Ce qu'il vous faudra pour réussir Formation : Vous pouvez justifier d’un diplôme supérieur dans le domaine médical ou paramédical. D’autre part, une formation en Santé Publique ou encore en gestion de projets serait appréciée. Expérience : Vous êtes fort d'au moins trois années d’expérience terrain en ONG internationale, dans la coordination de projets médicaux. Vous avez déjà occupé des fonctions de Coordinateur.trice Médical.e ou équivalent dans une ONG internationale ? Ce sera fortement apprécié. Vous avez déjà travaillé avec Première Urgence Internationale ? Ce sera un atout indéniable! Compétences : Vous maitrisez la gestion de projet humanitaire et la gestion d'équipe, vous avez une connaissance approfondie des principaux bailleurs de fonds. Vous disposez d'excellentes capacités rédactionnelles. Qualités requises : Vous montrez un bon relationnel, une facilité de communication, tant à l'écrit qu'à l'oral, et vous avez le goût du travail en équipe. Vous êtes capable de travailler de façon autonome avec prise d’initiative, faites preuve de sens des responsabilités, d’une excellente capacité d’analyse, de rigueur et d'organisation, de réactivité et d'adaptabilité. Vous avez une excellente résistance au stress et une capacité à travailler sous pression. Langues : Le français et l’anglais n’ont aucun secret pour vous ! Tant mieux, ce sont des langues indispensables pour ce poste. Le mot du manager « C’est avec plaisir que nous t’accueillerons au sein de l’équipe PUI-RCA pour une nouvelle aventure. Nous sommes une équipe dynamique avec des projets multisectoriels et des challenges à relever. » PUI vous proposera Statut: Employé(e) en Contrat à Durée Déterminée Salaire brut mensuel: 2 200,00 - 2 530,00 EUR selon votre expérience en solidarité internationale + 50€ par semestre d'ancienneté avec PUI Assurance comprenant couverture médicale et complémentaire santé, assistance 24h/24, rapatriement et prévoyance Hébergement en maison collective Frais de vie ("Per Diem") Régime de breaks: 5 jours ouvrés à 3 et 9 mois de mission + prime de break Régime de Congés Payés: 5 semaines de CP/an + billet d'avion A/R au domicile tous les 6 mois Nos engagements Première Urgence Internationale considère la diversité des nationalités, genres, croyances, profils et statuts au sein de ses Ressources Humaines comme un atout majeur pour son action humanitaire, et s’astreint donc au strict respect du principe de non-discrimination tout au long de son processus de recrutement. Première Urgence Internationale pratique une politique de tolérance zéro envers l’exploitation, les abus sexuels et à la maltraitance, sous toutes ses formes, des femmes, enfants et toutes autres personnes vulnérables. Elle mobilise l'ensemble de son personnel dans la promotion, la diffusion et le respect des principes édictés dans sa charte éthique. Veuillez noter que Première Urgence Internationale ne sollicitera en aucun cas une participation financière pour des frais administratifs liés au recrutement. Toute information allant dans ce sens serait frauduleuse, merci de ne pas en tenir compte. Vous vous reconnaissez dans ce profil et vous adhérez à nos engagements ? Vous vous sentez prêt·e à relever le challenge et à rejoindre la grande famille PUI ? How to apply: Merci de suivre ce lien et de remplir le formulaire sur notre site carrière.
Venezuelan Crisis - Administrative and Financial Coordinator
Organization: Première Urgence Internationale Closing date: 16 Jul 2021 Starting date: 1st July 2021 Duration of Mission: 6 months Location: Latin America Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) is a Humanitarian, non-governmental, non-profit, non-political and non-religious international aid organization. Our teams are committed to supporting civilian victims of marginalization and exclusion, or hit by natural disasters, wars and economic collapses, by addressing their fundamental needs. Our aim is to provide emergency relief to uprooted people in order to help them recover their dignity and regain self-sufficiency. The association leads on average 200 projects per year in the following sectors of intervention: food security, health, nutrition, construction and rehabilitation of infrastructures, water, sanitation, hygiene and economic recovery. PUI is providing assistance to around 6 million people in more than 22 countries – in Africa, Asia, Middle East, and Europe. Find out about our history and values Crisis Context Venezuela faces a major political, economic and social crisis with hyperinflation, acute scarcity of food, medicines and other basic goods. According the UNHCR, some 5.4 million Venezuelans have left their country and most of them are in Latin American or Caribbean countries. The economic crisis in Venezuela has eroded the country's health-care infrastructure and threatened the public health of its people. Shortages in medications, health supplies, interruptions of basic utilities at health-care facilities, and the emigration of health-care workers have led to a progressive decline in the operational capacity of health care. These limitations have disproportionally affected the most vulnerable populations, including children, pregnant women, elderly, people with chronic diseases and remote communities. The effect of the crisis on public health has been difficult to measure since the Venezuelan Ministry of Health stopped publishing crucial public health statistics in 2016. From 2012 to 2017, maternal and perinatal mortality and morbidity increased by 66 % and 51% respectively, requiring the strengthening of sexual and reproductive health services. At the beginning of 2019’s rainy season, malaria and dengue outbreaks were reported in Táchira and Zulia, which remains a significant threat to bordering countries given the migratory movements. In Colombia, for example, by June 2019 133,078 malaria cases were reported in Bolívar, 38,947 cases in Sucre, and 20,401 cases in Amazonas. Between 2017 and 2019, most patients who were infected with HIV interrupted therapy because of a lack of medications. By September 2019 the number of measles and diphtheria cases dropped by 92.2 % due to vaccination campaigns held by international organizations, compared to 2018. For other health conditions data is not current available. For example, 70% of the deaths in Venezuela were due to non-communicable diseases by 2016, such as cancer, diabetes, hypertension and chronic respiratory diseases. The number of preliminary tuberculosis cases date from 2018, when 10,575 new cases were reported. Outbreaks and expanding epidemics of infectious diseases associated with declines in basic public health services are threatening the health of the country and the region. In Colombia, many of the 1.7 million Venezuelans have walked along the migration routes with no access to health services, which leads the most common conditions (dehydration, superficial wounds, waterborne diseases, etc.) to worsen and increases the risk of further complications. Furthermore, PWSN (such as pregnant women, people with disabilities, newborns and elderly people) and those with chronic health conditions are also unable to access to the medical treatment that their conditions require. Our action in the field Following many exploratory missions and the confirmation of a project submitted and validated, PUI aims to launch its humanitarian project covering health and MHPSS sector, as well as to develop its positioning and operational strategy in the country for 2021. Responsibilities The Administrative and Financial Coordinator is accountable for the sound financial, accounting and budgetary management of the mission as well as the management of human resources and the administrative and legal records. Financial, budgetary and accounting management: He/She is responsible for all aspects relating to finance, including budgetary and accounting elements, as well as the mission cash flow. Management of human resources: He/She is responsible for the administrative management of the local and international teams, for the definition/updating of procedures and HR management tools in accordance with labor regulations in the intervention country and the HR policies of PUI, and for the monitoring of risks linked to HR questions. Administrative and legal management: He/She supervises administrative records and guarantees that the status and functioning of the mission are in legal accordance with the requirements of the intervention country. Representation: He/She represents the association in its relations with partners, authorities and different local players for the financial, administrative, legal and human resources areas of the mission. Coordination: He/She centralizes and diffuses information within the mission and to headquarters for all financial, administrative, legal and human resources aspects of the mission, and consolidates the internal and external reporting for these domains. Specific Goals and Activities 1. ENSURING SOUND FINANCIAL, BUDGETARY AND ACCOUNTING MANAGEMENT FOR THE MISSION Financial He/She elaborates and updates monitoring charts to ensure the financial equilibrium of the mission and prevent risks. He/She analyses financial information, and shares his/her conclusions with the coordination team, the base managers and the appropriate technical managers, as well as with the audit manager at headquarters. He/She ensures the implementation and correct use of financial, accounting and budgetary procedures and management tools throughout the mission. He/She is responsible for briefing new expatriates and local employees on these rules and organizes ad hoc training when necessary. He/She ensures, amongst other things, that expenditure procedures are respected and implements an internal control system. He/She also participates in the validation of procurement files. He/She is responsible for financial audits on the mission and supervises the transmission to headquarters of the necessary documents and information within the framework of headquarters’ audits. Budgetary He/She pilots the development of the mission budgetary framework for the year, and monitors/revises it at regular intervals, such as defined with the audit manager at headquarters. He/She formulates project budgets within the framework of operations proposals (including budgetary narrative), respecting the procedures for each donor, in coordination with the coordination team and the appropriate field managers. He/She ensures therefore the cost coverage strictly linked to the proposed programs, but also to the fair distribution of mission operating costs throughout each project. He/She prepares each month the budgetary monitoring for each project, which he/she communicates to the appropriate players in the mission and headquarters within 15 days following the end of the month, and analyses with them any discrepancies between forecast and actual figures. He/She carries out budgetary projections at regular intervals in order to ensure the optimization of budgetary resources while respecting the eligibility and flexibility rules of each donor. He/She proposes where necessary budgetary adjustments, which could necessitate requests for contractual amendments. He/She takes into account the contractual timing required for presenting an amendment and ensures that all the documents are transmitted in due time to headquarters. He/She ensures, throughout each project, that funds are correctly attributed, respecting the contractual framework in terms of eligibility rules (date, nature and procurement procedures) and reporting intervals. He/She produces external financial reports for the donors that he/she transmits to the Head of Mission for transmission to headquarters with all the documents constituting the contractual report. Accounting He/She supervises the accounting assignment of transactions, ensures that expenditure is correctly assigned and carries out the monthly accounting closure having carried out all the necessary controls. He/She then transmits the monthly accounts to headquarters in an electronic version as well as the paper accounting returns within 8 days following the end of the month. He/She is responsible for the correct archiving of accounting documents according to the rules established by headquarters. Cash Flow He/She establishes the provisional cash flow with the teams and transmits to headquarters requests for transfers. He/She ensures that the amount of cash flow for the mission is sufficient for the requirements in the field over the period, taking into account possible donor payments carried out locally in these transfer requests to headquarters. He/She is responsible for the bank accounts and funds for which he/she regularly controls the balances, and he/she organizes fund movements to the mission permanently mindful of the security of the transferred and stocked funds. 2. ENSURING THE GOOD MANAGEMENT OF LOCAL HUMAN RESOURCES FOR THE MISSION HR Policy He/She produces and proposes possible updates to the HR policy in terms of rules, procedures and tools, relating to recruitment, remuneration, administrative management, disciplinary aspects and the management of individual career paths within the organization. He/she guarantees the application of this policy, once validated by the Head of Mission and Headquarters, and consequently monitors that the rules and procedures are known, understood and applied by all team leaders, and that the team leaders have all the tools required for their application. In particular, he/she participates in the production and/or updating of the internal rules of procedure and is responsible for their correct application. Administrative management, management of career paths He/She participates in the validation of recruitment requests, contractual amendments (whatever the object: function, remuneration, hours, end date…), disciplinary sanctions and dismissal decisions. He/She supervises the organization of recruitments (offer, candidates, and interviews) for his teams and can be called upon to participate for other departments. He/She ensures the constitution of administrative files for the personnel, and monitors that employee documents are in accordance with working for PUI in the country. He/She establishes personnel work contracts. He/She defines the procedures and produces necessary integration supports for new employees. He/She elaborates the remuneration grids (fixed and variable elements), defines the complementary advantage packages (compulsory or not: medical cover, per diem, insurance, travel expenses…) and ensures their implementation, once validated by the Head of Mission and Headquarters. He/She supervises pay operations. He/She monitors absences and particularly vacations. He/She monitors the smooth running of the evaluation process for all the employees of the mission. He/She identifies training needs and participates in making them materially possible. He/She organizes and manages sanitary and medical repatriations in case of work related accidents with the field medical coordinator (if necessary) and the headquarters medical manager. He/She responds to requests from team leaders, advises them and accompanies them where necessary. Organization of work He/She participates in the elaboration of staffing organization charts, is attentive to the coherence of team composition, in terms of task sharing and responsibilities, definition of hierarchical and functional links, job titles. He/She elaborates the job classification grid, updating it when necessary, and monitors its strict application in the field. He/She participates in the elaboration of job descriptions and validates them according to the classification grid. He/She participates in the definition of Human Resources requirements within the framework of the drafting of project proposals and possible amendments. HR risk management He/She monitors salary costs, carries out financial projections, anticipates and alerts if necessary. He/She ensures that the HR rules and procedures are in accordance with current employment legislation, ensures social monitoring and carries out updates where necessary. He/She is responsible for defining and implementing appropriate work conditions, in particular concerning health and safety rules. He/She anticipates and prevents social conflicts and participates in crisis management where necessary. Conflict prevention may require the organization of a personnel representation system, if inexistent. He/She is attentive to the risk of abuses of authority (between local employees or from expatriates towards local employees, in whatever form) and reports all inappropriate behavior to the Head of Mission. He/She is responsible for managing the files for all the personnel (on staff or not), the updating of data and their physical and electronic archiving. 3. ENSURING THE ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL MISSION PERSONNEL He/She organizes and manages sanitary and medical repatriations with the field medical coordinator (if necessary) and the headquarters medical manager. He/She supervises the organization of mission arrivals and departures (bookings, travel documents, transit, vacation requests, return sheet…) in coordination with the Head of Mission and headquarters. He/She carries out the briefing for all expatriates arriving to the mission within his/her skill areas. He/She participates in the definition of the monthly per diem amount and manages and/or delegates the per diem allocation and eventually salary advances in collaboration with headquarters. 4. ENSURING THE ADMINISTRATIVE AND LEGAL MANAGEMENT OF THE MISSION He/She organizes the legal protection for the mission, in particular by identifying one or more local partners capable of providing the necessary advice (lawyer for example). He/She participates in the drafting of contractual documents for the mission (with the authorities, NGO partners, suppliers, insurers, vehicle and rented property owners…) and ensures their monitoring. He/She participates in the administrative and legal monitoring of projects, in particular the implementation of the supply chain. 5. ENSURING THE CIRCULATION OF INFORMATION, THE COORDINATION AND THE REPRESENTATION FOR “ADMIN” QUESTIONS He/She ensures an efficient circulation of information to field, capital and headquarters teams. He/She drafts or participates in the drafting of internal activity reports for everything dealing with financial, budgetary, accounting, HR, administrative and legal management for the mission. He/She ensures the administrative coordination at mission level by regular visits to the bases, controls, monitoring, training, etc… Internally, he/she is the representative for PUI with the Personnel representative instances, either legally compulsory or not. He/She is also the representative for PUI for all the personnel for any question relating to Human Resources; as such, he/she ensures the communication of any decision or change in rules or procedures to the local teams and ensures that the necessary explanations are provided so that the appropriation is facilitated. Externally, he/she represents PUI with the legal, fiscal and administrative authorities (Work inspectors, Tax office, collection organizations…). He/She develops and maintains relationships with partner entities, in particular within the NGO forum for coordination for everything dealing with administration, donors and human resources. 6. SUPERVISING AND MANAGING “ADMIN” TEAMS He/She supervises all the admin team, directly or not. He/She drafts and validates job descriptions and carries out or delegates performance appreciation interviews. He/She animates work meetings, arbitrates possible conflicts, and defines priorities and activity timings. He/She participates in the recruitment of members of the admin team. He/She ensures and/or supervises continuous development training for procedures and tools of PUI for local and international members of the admin team, at the capital and on the bases. He/She supports the Base Managers in their admin activities, in a functional and non-hierarchical relationship. He/She elaborates the admin department action plan according to the objectives defined in the annual mission program Profile Training: Financial/accounting management Experience: Minimum 3 years experience in a Finance Coordination position for an INGO Experience in human resources management Experience in grants and audit management Experience in dealing with local authorities and various partners Knowledge and skills: Knowledge of institutional donor procedures (OFDA, ECHO, AAP, UN agencies…) SAGA Languages: English and Spanish mandatory Required Personal Characteristics; Good stress management Resistance to pressure Analytical capability Organized and methodical Reliable Strong sense of responsibilities Strong listening and empathy skills Ability to adapt, manage priorities and be pragmatic Diplomatic and with a sense of negotiation Good communication skills Honesty and rigor Conditions Employed with a Fixed-Term Contract Monthly gross income: from 2 200 up to 2 530 Euros depending on the experience in International Solidarity + 50 Euros per semester seniority with PUI Cost covered: Round-trip transportation to and from home / mission, visas, vaccines… Insurance including medical coverage and complementary healthcare, 24/24 assistance and repatriation Housingin collective accommodation Daily living Expenses (« Per diem ») of 470 euros Break Policy: 5 working days at 3 and 9 months + break allowance Paid Leaves Policy: 5 weeks of paid leaves per year + return ticket every 6 months How to apply: If you wish to apply, follow this link and fill in the form on our website.
Nigeria - Head of Mission in Abuja
Country: Nigeria Organization: Première Urgence Internationale Closing date: 8 Aug 2021 Starting date: ASAP Duration of Mission: 12 months Location: Maiduguri or Abuja, Nigeria Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) is a Humanitarian, non-governmental, non-profit, non-political and non-religious international aid organization. Our teams are committed to supporting civilian victims of marginalization and exclusion, or hit by natural disasters, wars and economic collapses, by addressing their fundamental needs. Our aim is to provide emergency relief to uprooted people in order to help them recover their dignity and regain self-sufficiency. The association leads on average 200 projects per year in the following sectors of intervention: food security, health, nutrition, construction and rehabilitation of infrastructures, water, sanitation, hygiene and economic recovery. PUI is providing assistance to around 6 million people in more than 22 countries – in Africa, Asia, Middle East, and Europe. Following the intensification of the Chad Lake conflict in Nigeria (North East of the Country), PUI opened its Nigerian mission in 2016. PUI is also assisting the Nigerian refugees in Cameroon. Find out about our history and values General Context With the largest population in Africa (between 178 and 200 million inhabitants), Nigeria is ranked as one of the strongest economy of the continent relying on oil and petroleum products as well as mineral resources (gold, iron, diamonds, copper etc…). Despite a strong economy, Nigeria suffers from important development disparities between North and South provinces of the country, social and economic inequalities, and from a high rate of corruption at every level of the economic and administrative systems. Moreover, Nigeria is a very diverse country, hosting multiple ethnic groups and religion. The on-going conflict in the North-East States of the country (states of Borno, Adamawa and Yobe) and widespread violence triggered a large scale humanitarian crisis. This context is exacerbated by the extreme violence from armed-opposition groups ISWAP (Islamic State’s West Africa Province) and JAS (Jama'atu Ahlis Sunna Lidda'awati wal-Jihad) targeting civilian populations in NE Nigeria. In December 2019, there were 2 019 000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the country according to the UNHCR and 7.9 million people were considered to be in a humanitarian emergency situation. Three years of conflict have seriously deteriorated living conditions in Borno, Adamawa and Yobe States and have depressed agricultural production, exacerbating populations’ critical needs for life-saving assistance. Our action in the field The main programmatic objectives of the mission for 2021 can be synthetized as follows: Continue and further develop the response to urgent needs of IDPs and Host Communities living in Maidugrui, Monguno City and newly accessible LGAs through an integrated approach Develop knowledge, humanitarian and context analysis on areas outside North East, and develop integrated programs Develop a mid-term to long-term strategy for Maiduguri area, integrating livelihood approaches and exit strategies from emergency programming Click here for more information about our response to the crisis As part of our activities in Nigeria, we are looking for a Head of Mission. Responsibilities The Head of Mission is responsible for supervising all PU’s operation within the country. S/He is the first official representative of PUI inside the country. S/He is in charge of the smooth functioning and the evolution of the mission. He defines and/or adjusts the positioning and the country strategy of the organization in comparison to the socio-political and humanitarian context, and leads the operations and development of the response programs accordingly. The Head of Mission direct and shape the strategic positioning of PUI within the country to achieve the organizational vision, mission and objectives. S/He supervises the programmatic and functional management, as well as the geopolitical environment analysis. S/He is the first representative of the organization towards Governmental bodies, NGOs, Institutional donors and other stakeholders linked to the PUI activities. S/He takes a leading role in developing, overseeing implementation, reviewing and monitoring of the Country Humanitarian response and ensuring the same in line with the global strategic positioning/thematic focused sectors of PUI. S/he promotes the necessary fundraising for ensuring a smooth running of the operations, the grant management as well as the programs’ sustainability. S/he is responsible for overall financial and human resources management of the organizational structure. Specific Goals and Activities 1. STRATEGIC AND PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT OF THE MISSION S/He keeps his/herself informed of changes in the humanitarian and political context of the country and the sub-region. S/He participates in the development of the mission by securing close contact with bilateral and multilateral donors, of whom S/He knows the policy (operational strategy, finance policy, compliance with the associative project of PUI). S/He communicates the mission strategy (in external version) to the donors in order for them to know PUI's activities and positioning. S/He is responsible for the development of the mission. Thus, S/He provides humanitarian monitoring and carries out new assessments as needed S/He may be called for ad-hoc support in the region. 2. SAFETY & SECURITY OF GOODS AND PEOPLE S/he ensures that a geopolitcal analysis of the situation is produced or at least collected and examinate by the Country Mission management team. S/he ensures the PUI's safety & security management procedures and formats are in place throughout the mission. S/he ensures that safety & security plans (for each field office and for the mission) are up-to-date, known to and understood by everyone (expatriates and nationals). S/he ensures that material and personnel resources are sufficient to ensure the optimal safety of the teams, the material and the beneficiaries. S/he ensures that in case of a security incident, the information concerning the incident is communicated, without delay, to the Desk Officer and in accordance with the existing format. S/he ensures that safety & security information is properly collected, analysed and that alerts or important information is effectively communicated (to the Headquarters and the field). 3. ENSURING PROGRAMMES ARE PROPERLY CARRIED OUT AND SUGGESTING NEW OPERATIONS S/he ensures that programmes are properly carried out (targets, monitoring of indicators, respect of activity schedules, budgetary follow-up and contractual reports, etc.) S/he alerts the Desk Officer and the Program Coordinator in cases where there is a delay associated with a programme and suggests changes which could be made (in terms of activities, operation area, budget, schedule by which the programme is carried out, etc.). S/he establishes a formal coordination system on the field (inter-departmental meetings, reports, etc.) and ensures that this coordination system is implemented on each base. S/he suggests new operations and has them authorized by the Desk Officer before submitting them to donors. The documents associated with these new operations should be complete, should respect PUI's internal procedure, should follow the Donor's template and shall be sent to the Headquarters for validation. S/he makes sure that the aforementioned documents subscribe to PUI's mandate and to its operation policy and are in accordance with the strategy of the mission. When new operations are outlined, S/he ensures that operational means are well defined in order to allow for the programme and its subsequent monitoring to be well carried out. S/he initiates, organizes and ensures that the mission strategy is prepared, in coordination with expatriate and local teams as well as with the Headquarters. S/he ensures that departmental action plans are effectively carried out and monitored and are on track to achieve the results defined within the framework of the mission programming. 4. SUPERVISING LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL PERSONNEL TEAMS ON THE MISSION S/he supervises all local and international teams on the mission. S/he defines the mission organization chart and submits it for validation to the Desk Officier. S/he may be involved in the recruitment process of the members of his/her team. S/he is informed of every decision to end an employment contract. S/he defines the objectives of each expatriate at the beginning of the mission and checks them regularly during, and at the end of the mission. S/he ensures that each member of staff (local and international) is evaluated at least once during the mission by his/her direct superior. S/he briefs, or has someone else brief, each new member of staff, when they take on the job, on the context, the programmes and the strategies of the mission, as well as safety regulations, logistical and administrative procedures, financial management and human resources and the use of communication means. S/he participates in the training of expatriate or local staff (organizational, methodological and potentially technical support, organization of trainings, etc) and recommends internal or external training actions. S/he prepares, or has someone else prepare, the job descriptions of expatriates who need to be replaced or hired and communicates them in good time to the Headquarters (ideally at the time when a new project proposal is sent to the Headquarters or 3 months before the replacement of an expatriate). S/he is particularly sensitive to managing the team's stress. S/he monitors and authorizes holidays and also mediates potential conflicts, seeking appropriate support in case of an incident. S/he ensures PUI's Internal Regulations are respected. S/he protects PUI's image in the country and thus makes sure the entirety of the staff behaves in a way which is in compliance with the values maintained by the organization and is respectful of the local culture. 5. ENSURING THE LOGISTICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE MONITORING OF THE MISSION S/he gives his/her consent for local aid purchases and submits some purchase requests to the Desk Officer for approval (in accordance with internal and donors rules). S/he ensures that the PUI's logistical procedures (or those of the donor if they are stricter) are in place and monitored, especially for supplies, stock, management of the car park, etc. S/he ensures that a procurement plan (which respects the PUI's and the donor's format and rules) is prepared for each project and that it is updated as purchases are made. S/he supervises infrastructure and the entirety of the equipment on the mission (vehicles, IT equipment, office equipment, radio-communication and telecommunication equipment) and ensures they are properly utilized. S/he ensures that the PUI's administrative procedures (finance, HR, etc.) are in place and monitored. S/he is responsible for general cost optimization and ensures the financial supply of the mission (transfer requests, mission fees and payment of suppliers). S/he ensures that the mission's accounting is sent to the Headquarters within the agreed timeframe. S/he ensures that the administration produces budget follow-ups for each project, that these follow-ups are made available and analyzed with the logistics department, program managers and technical managers. S/he informs the Headquarters of donors' transfers which are received on the field. S/he ensures that PUI respects national law (right to work, taxes, etc). S/he ensures that PUI is registered in the country of operation. 6. ENSURING THE TECHNICAL MONITORING OF THE MISSION S/he ensures the respect of technical practices, in conformity with the mandate and operation policy of the association by guaranteeing a permanent connection between the different medical coordinator/officers and technical coordinator/officers with their counterparts at the Headquarters. S/he ensures that the strategy of the mission and the programmes respects technical regulation of the association. 7. ENSURING THE REPRESENTATION OF PUI S/he represents the association locally amongst donors, NGOs, International Organizations and local authorities and reports representation action to the Desk Officer in his/her periodical report, or ad-hoc when necessary. S/he participates in important coordination meetings and is an active attendee of these meetings. S/he is responsible for external communication in general and for contacts with the media. S/he may be called to travel within the region to meet PUI's partners. 8. ENSURING THE SUPERVISION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE MISSION S/he keeps his/herself informed of changes in the humanitarian and political context of the country and the region. S/he participates in the development of the mission by securing close contact with bilateral and multilateral donors, of whom S/he knows the policy (operation strategy, financing policy and modalities, in compliance with the Associative Project of the PUI). S/he communicates the Mission Strategy (in external version) to the donors so that they know PUI’s activities and positioning. S/he is responsible for the development of the mission. Thus, S/he ensures humanitarian supervision and launches new assessments in accordance with needs. S/he may be called for ad-hoc support in the region. 9. RELATIONS WITH THE HEADQUARTERS S/he is the main link between the Headquarters and the mission. S/he sends internal and external reports to the Headquarters, respecting internal validation timeframes (sitrep, accident report) and external contractual due dates (project reports). S/he has security plans validated by the Desk Officier and consults him/her for any decision concerning security. S/he regularly takes stock of each expatriate team member and defines his/her needs in terms of positions to fill (timing, profile, personality, etc.) with the HR manager. S/he ensures information from the Headquarters is circulated on the field and vice versa (monthly and ad-hoc sitrep). S/he participates annually to the Missions’ Week at the Headquarters, where s/he makes improvements and development suggestions for PUI. S/he ensures the link between the mission’s medical coordinator and the medical department at the Headquarters. Profile Experience: 3 years of humanitarian experience in project co-ordination. Successful experience in expatriate team management and multi-sector programmes. Experience in security management Previous experience as Head of Mission in an NGO or OSI Required Knowledges and skills : Excellent writing skills Team management Project management Detailed knowledge of the donors (OFDA, ECHO, UN agencies, EuropeAid, AAP…) English mandatory Required Personal Characteristics: Leadership skills and the ability to make decisions Trustworthiness and a sense of responsibility Charisma and the ability to awake enthusiasm for the work the project involves Ability to use authority, when necessary Analysis and synthesis abilities (discenrment, pragmatism) Ability to adapt Organisational skills, ability to be thorough and respect due dates Strong listening and negotiation skills, good people and communication skills Ability to remain calm and level-headed General ability to resist stress and particularly in unstable circumstances Proposed Terms Employee with executive rank on Fixed-Term Contract Monthly gross income: from 3190 up to 3 520 Euros depending on the experience in International Solidarity + 50 Euros per semester seniority with PUI Cost covered: Round-trip transportation to and from home / mission, visas, vaccines… Insurance including medical coverage and complementary healthcare, 24/24 assistance and repatriation Housingin collective accommodation Daily living Expenses (« Per diem ») Break Policy : 5 working days at 3 and 9 months + break allowance Paid Leave Policy : 5 weeks of paid leave per year + return ticket every 6 months How to apply: If you wish to apply, follow this link and fill in the form on our website.
Iraq - Deputy Head of Mission for Programs in Erbil
Country: Iraq Organization: Première Urgence Internationale Closing date: 19 Aug 2021 Starting date : 19th July 2021 Duration of Mission: 6 months Location: Erbil, Iraq Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-political and non-religious international aid organization. Our teams are committed to supporting civilian victims of marginalization and exclusion, or those hit by natural disasters, wars and economic collapse by answering their fundamental needs. Our aim is to provide emergency relief to uprooted people in order to help them recover their dignity and regain self-sufficiency. The association leads on average 200 projects a year in the following sectors of intervention: Food Security, Health, Nutrition, Construction and Rehabilitation of infrastructures, Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Economic Recovery. PUI is providing assistance to around 6 million people in 22 countries across Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Eastern Europe and France. Find out about our history and values. General Context Wide-scale violence and armed conflict erupted in Iraq in January 2014. In Anbar governorate, the cities of Ramadi and Falluja were particularly affected, the violence and its impact quickly grew. Also in June 2014, ISg, together with other armed groups, attacked and seized control of Mosul and large portions of northern Iraq, including areas of Diyala, Kirkuk, Ninewa, and Salah al-Din governorates. The Government of Iraq (GoI) has conducted multiple military operations since 2016 to regain control of territories held by ISg and announced in November 2017 that military operations had successfully concluded in their retaking of all Iraqi territory. Military operations in Mosul, Anbar and Salah Al-Din have led to ongoing massive internal displacements, serious and systematic violations of civilian protection and basic human rights, interrupted access to basic services, and put a severe strain on host communities. The country is now gradually moving from an emergency situation which required lifesaving operations to a post-conflict transition towards durable solutions. As per the HNO published by OCHA on November 2019, 5.67 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance, with 1.77 million in acute need. Half of them are concentrated in Ninewa and Anbar governorates. Furthermore, an estimated 2.8 million returnees continue to form a complex caseload for humanitarians, development actors, relevant government agencies and donors, with 1.2 million in acute resilience and recovery needs. PUI in Iraq Present in Iraq since 1983 through Aide Médicale Internationale (AMI), and since 1997 through Première Urgence (PU), PUI (Première Urgence Internationale) brings help to vulnerable refugees, displaced persons as well as host communities (to avoid marginalization when the pressure on available resources becomes unbearable), in order to improve their living conditions and reinforce their resilience to enable them to regain dignity and autonomy. PUI’s objective in Iraq is to provide a humanitarian response to needs arising from movements of population through actions aimed at reinforcing the existing Health system, and providing Mental Health Psychosocial Support to the people in need, but also at providing access to Shelter, to drinking Water, Hygiene and Sanitation. Given the scale of the crisis and the needs observed, PUI emphasizes multiple sectoral interventions and develops as much as possible an integrated approach, keeping health the core sector of its intervention. Click here for more information about our response to the crisis. As part of our activities in Iraq, we are looking for a Deputy Head of Mission for Programs in Ebril. Responsibilities Under the supervision of the Head of Mission, the Deputy HOM for Programs will lead the Program Department (Technical Coordinators, Monitoring and Evaluation Teams, Grants Officer) in order to coordinate the tactical and strategic programming aspects of the mission for ensuring the implementation of high quality Programs and helping in strengthening the PUI Mission development. S/He will operate these duties in line with the global PUI' Strategic framework and the agreed Country Strategy for Iraq. The Deputy HOM for Programs plays a key role in coordinating implementation strategy and supports operational management and integration of all technical areas. This includes the primary responsibilities of projects planning/design, programs quality assurance, donor compliance on reporting/documentation, but also to ensure timely, effective and compliant programming in accordance with internal and external principles/requirements. As an implementing organization, PUI places great importance on operational results and impact evaluation. Thus, the Deputy HOM for Programs plays a key role in overseeing monitoring and evaluation, usually in collaboration with the Area and Field Coordinators, and in association with the Clusters and Working Groups. Specific Goals and Activities PROGRAM OVERSIGHT AND DEVELOPMENT Co-animate (with the HoM and technical team) the country strategy development, design and eventual implementation process. Ensure that all programmes are contextually appropriate and adaptable. Ensure that PUI is informed of funding opportunities and strategies of major stakeholders. Ensure that project implementation is in accordance with PUI's established plans, policies, procedures and core values. Ensure appropriate program technical implementation framework/advisory support is available to field teams, and in line with organizational priorities. Work closely with the HoM, Technical Coordinators, Area and Field Coordinators and the Project Managers to supervise program implementation. Facilitate new project activities integration within existing projects as well as with other partners and government entities. Ensure M&E; systems are in place for the ongoing projects. Contribute and oversee the designing of programs and field-level monitoring for quality assurance. Work with the Finance Coordinator, on a monthly basis, to analyse grant budget spending and identify spending trends, in order to anticipate appropriate actions if significant risks are noted. S/he is the main programmatic link between the Headquarters and the mission, along with the HoM. S/he keeps the mission informed of the humanitarian context of the country and the region and participates in relevant clusters and stakeholder meetings S/he maintains close contacts with humanitarian and political stakeholders. PROGRAM QUALITY AND MONITORING S/he develops and implements a Quality Management Policy providing an essential means of achieving high programme quality standards with great impact to PUI’s program in Iraq. Ensure appropriate program technical framework is implemented and advisory support is available to field teams, and in line with organizational priorities. S/he ensures that project teams are knowledgeable about PUI's technical project implementation procedures (SoPs) as well as donor compliance requirements. S/he ensures that technical teams have the necessary information and tools to establish partnership development. S/he oversees the design and implementation of effective work plans and individual action plans which allow ongoing progress review of all key outputs of the programs. S/he oversees that M&E; systems are in place for the ongoing projects. S/he oversees design of programs and field-level monitoring for quality assurance. S/he ensures the respect of technical practices, in conformity with the mandate and operation policy of the association by guaranteeing a permanent connection between the different medical coordinator/officers and technical coordinator/officers with their counterparts at the Headquarters. S/he ensures that the strategy of the mission and the programmes respects technical regulation of the association. S/he is responsible for the development of the mission. Thus she ensures the humanitarian supervision relevance of needs is closely monitored with HRP/HNO and other stakeholder assessments, studies and findings including governmental strategies and action plans. S/he proposes the mobilization the potential resources from other missions for ad-hoc support. INTERNAL/EXTERNAL COMPLIANCE, REPORTING AND DOCUMENTATION S/he ensures all narrative and financial reports related to the programs are submitted in a timely and compliant manner. S/he ensures dissemination of information with a particular focus on publications of major findings. S/he supervises the proper maintenance of all files, records and documents related to PUI program activities S/he collaborates with the Grants Officer, Technical Coordinators, Area and Field Coordinators in order to ensure the quality of projects proposals/reports against internal and donors standards of operations. COORDINATION WITH PARTNERS AND EXTERNAL COMMUNICATION S/he supports the HoM for all routine donor communication. S/he coordinates the PUI attendance in coordination/technical meetings with donors, NGO, UN agencies or Governmental bodies. S/he links regularly with other humanitarian stakeholders and follows up any potential collaboration S/he collaborates with respective line ministries and other organizations’ technical staff working in sectors of interest to PUI to build partnerships. S/he ensures that PUI programs are recognized/promoted and implemented in accordance with relatives agendas (Government, Clusters, etc.). S/he participates in meetings and seminars within PUI, nationally, and internationally as requested by the situation FIELD IMPLEMENTATION team Performance ANALYSIS Supervise technical coordinators to conduct the Program growth and development. Cultivate an atmosphere conducive to sharing of lessons-learned and to mutual learning among PUI' Sectors. Provide guidance to technical coordinators to achieve goals and ensure accountability to beneficiaries, partners, and donors. Provide support to Area and field coordinators in supervising their project teams to ensure sound planning, implementation or timely reporting. ENSURING THE REPRESENTATION OF PUI S/he supports upon request of HoM the association locally amongst donors, NGOs, International Organizations and local authorities and reports representation action to the Desk Officer in his/her periodical report, or ad-hoc when necessary. S/he participates in important external coordination meetings and is an active attendee of these meetings. S/he supports upon request of HoM external communication in general and for contacts with the media. S/he may be called to travel within the region to meet PUI's partners. Profile Training: Bachelor in International relations, Political sciences, international development, social sciences or any other relevant field Experience: Minimum of 2 years in programme coordination experience Experience in Multi sectorial assessment Experience in MEAL Successful experience in expatriate team management and multi-sectorial programs Knowledge and skills: Detailed knowledge of donors (BPRM, ECHO, OFDA, AFD, CDC, UN agencies, etc) Good knowledge on Middle East context Knowledge of medical and WASH programs Good knowledge on Pack Office Languages: Excellent writing skills in English Required Personal Characteristics : A strong commitment to humanitarian principles and the will to make sure beneficiaries’ needs are covered as best as the resources available allow. Capacity to delegate and to supervise the work of a multidisciplinary team. Capacity to manage multi-donor, multi-sector and multi-location (governorates) projects. Strong commitment to support/develop capacity of national staff and developing second layer of leadership. Problem solving and leadership skills. Proven management ability and inter-personal skills – team player. Ability to work on own initiative and collaboratively as part of a diverse team and manage a varied workload. Proven capacity for analysing and synthesizing comprehensive information and technical data. Ability to write and edit reports under deadline pressure. Ability to guarantee effective and timely outputs. Self-motivated, flexible and adaptable to the needs of the team and organization. General ability to resist stress. Important organization and rigor skills. Conditions Employed with a Fixed-Term Contract Starting Date : July 2021 Monthly gross income: from 2 420 Euros up to 2 750 Euros depending on the experience in International Solidarity + 50 Euros per semester seniority with PUI Cost Covered: Round-trip transportation to and from home / mission, visas, vaccines… Insurance : including medical coverage and complementary healthcare, 24/24 assistance and repatriation Individual Accomodation Couple-Status Available – to be validated and discussed during recruitment process Daily living Expenses (« Per diem ») Break Policy: 5 working days at 3 and 9 months Paid Leaves Policy: 5 weeks of paid leaves per year + return ticket every 6 months How to apply: If you wish to apply, follow this link and fill in the form on our website.
Burkina Faso - Coordinateur·trice Terrain à Fada
Country: Burkina Faso Organization: Première Urgence Internationale Closing date: 8 Jul 2021 Date d'arrivée: Dès que possible Durée de la mission: 12 mois Lieu: Fada, Burkina Faso Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) est une Organisation Non Gouvernementale de solidarité internationale, à but non lucratif, apolitique et laïque. L’ensemble de ses personnels se mobilise au quotidien pour couvrir les besoins fondamentaux des victimes civiles mises en péril, marginalisées ou exclues par les effets de catastrophes naturelles, de guerres et de situations d’effondrement économique. L’objectif est d’aider les populations déracinées dans l’urgence, tout en leur permettant de regagner rapidement autonomie et dignité. L’association mène environ 200 projets par an, dans les domaines de la sécurité alimentaire, la santé, la nutrition, la réhabilitation d’infrastructures, l’eau et l’assainissement et la relance économique. PUI intervient en appui à près de 6 millions de personnes dans 22 pays, en Afrique, en Asie, au Moyen-Orient, en Europe de l’Est et en France. Découvrez nos valeurs et notre histoire. Stratégie de PUI dans le pays PUI est présente sur un grand nombre de contexte affectés par les crises au Sahel : crise du lac Tchad avec des missions au nord-est du Nigeria et au nord-Cameroun, conséquences de la guerre au Darfour avec une mission à l’est du Tchad et plus récemment crise migratoire avec une mission en Libye depuis 2017. Présent depuis 2013 au Mali et depuis 2018 au Niger, PUI a été témoin de l’inquiétante évolution du contexte transfrontalier entre le Mali, le Niger, et le Burkina-Faso. Les équipes de PUI sont déployées au Mali depuis 2013. Dans les régions de Gao, Mopti et Kidal elles mettent en œuvre une approche intégrée permettant la prise en charge sanitaire et nutritionnelle des populations affectées par la crise. Le Niger ayant directement subit les effets de la crise malienne et du confit en cours sur le territoire frontalier des régions du Tillabéry et de Tahoua, PUI mène depuis 2018 un projet d’assistance aux populations en soins de santé primaire, dans le district sanitaire de Ouallam, province de Tillabéri, soutenu par la DG ECHO et OFDA. La stratégie de PUI dans ces deux pays a été d’abord d’étendre la couverture de ces zones, puis de diversifier ses activités tout en améliorant la qualité des services de santé et de nutrition. PUI est une ONG reconnue dans ces zones et qui a accès à des zones reculées à travers une acceptation des autorités sanitaires et administratives et des populations. PUI a mené deux évaluations en santé, nutrition et WaSH en janvier 2019 et décembre 2019 dans la région de l’Est du Burkina Faso. Ces évaluations ont permis l’ouverture d’une mission avec un premier projet de réponse santé financé par le CDCS auquel s’est rapidement ajouté un financement ECHO. Ces projets sont intervenus pour appuyer le maintien du continuum de soins dans le district sanitaire de Fada dans la région Est, en fournissant un appui à Centre Hospitalier de Référence (CHR), à 6 Centre de Soin et de Promotion Social (CSPS) et en déployant une clinique mobile. Actuellement la mission met en œuvre 3 projets sur 2 districts sanitaires (Fada et Gayeri) sous financement ECHO, CDCS, OMS et Sanofi et appui le système de santé au travers du CHR de Fada, du Centre Médicale avancé avec antenne chirurgicale de Gayéri et 10 CSPS. En parallèle PUI déploie une clinique mobile incluant la prise en charge psychosociale et développe des activités nutrition au niveau communautaires. Egalement des interventions WASH sont menées dans les structures sanitaires appuyées pour assurer un accès à l’eau et à l’assainissement adéquat pour le fonctionnement de ces structures. Dans le cadre de nos activités au Burkina Faso, nous recherchons un·e Coordinateur·trice Terrain à Fada Responsabilités Sous la responsabilité hiérarchique du Chef de mission, le/la Coordonnateur·trice terrain est responsable du bon fonctionnement de le base et des opérations dans la région de l’Est du Burkina Faso. Il s’assure de la bonne mise en œuvre des programmes développés sur sa base en lien fonctionnel avec les départements support (logistique, administration) et techniques (médical), du bon fonctionnement du bureau du Fada, de la gestion sécuritaire de la zone, du développement des opérations et de la représentation de l’organisation sur la zone. Sécurité : Il/Elle est responsable de la sécurité sur sa zone. Programmes : Il/Elle coordonne les équipes et s’assure de la bonne mise en œuvre des programmes sur sa base, sous la supervision de son/sa responsable hiérarchique direct/e et en lien avec les coordinateurs techniques. Ressources Humaines : Il/Elle supervise l’ensemble des équipes de la base, personnel national et international. Suivi logistique, administratif et financier : Il/elle supervise les volets logistiques, administratifs et financiers sur sa base pour la mise en œuvre des programmes, et s’assure du respect des procédures afférentes, avec l’appui fonctionnel du/de la Coordinateur/trice Logistique (CLOG), et du/de la Coordinateur/trice Administratif/tive et Financier/e (CAF) de la mission. Représentation : Il/Elle représente l’association auprès des partenaires, autorités et différents acteurs locaux impliqués sur la zone d’intervention de sa base ainsi qu’en capitale si nécessaire. Coordination : Il/Elle centralise et diffuse l’information de/vers sa bases et consolide le reporting interne et externe des activités mises en œuvre dans sa zone d’intervention avant de le transmettre à son/sa responsable hiérarchique direct/e. Evaluation / Stratégie : Il/Elle participe à l’élaboration de la stratégie et propose de nouvelles interventions en fonction des besoins identifiés dans sa zone d’intervention. Activités principales 1. ASSURER LA SECURITE DES BIENS ET DES PERSONNES SUR LA ZONE : Il/Elle s’assure que le plan de sécurité de sa base est à jour, qu’il est connu et compris de chacun (expatrié et nationaux). Il/Elle s’assure que les procédures de sécurité sont mises en œuvre par les équipes PUI de sa zone ou en visite sur sa zone. Il veille également à prendre en compte les fournisseurs (location de véhicules) et les partenaires de PUI (agents de santé des CSPS, des CMA et du CHRéf) dans sa gestion de la sécurité, à éviter les transferts de risques et à renforcer si nécessaire leur capacité à mitiger les risques auxquels ils sont exposés. Il/Elle s’assure de la collecte des informations relatives à la sécurité sur sa zone d’intervention, propose une analyse et diffuse à son/sa supérieur/e hiérarchique direct/e de manière régulière ou ad-hoc en cas d’urgence. Il/Elle s’assure que les moyens matériels et humains sont suffisants pour assurer une sécurité optimale des équipes, des matériels et bénéficiaires. Il/Elle alerte sans délai son/sa supérieur/e hiérarchique direct/e en cas de mise en danger des équipes ou des bénéficiaires. Il/Elle s’assure qu’en cas d’incident de sécurité (réalisé ou avorté), l’information est diffusée sans délai à son/sa supérieur/e hiérarchique direct/e et rapportée selon le format PUI. 2. ASSURER LA MISE EN ŒUVRE DES PROGRAMMES : Il/Elle s’assure de la bonne marche des programmes en cours sur sa base (atteinte des objectifs, respect des calendriers, suivi budgétaire, reporting contractuel,) et rend compte à son/sa responsable hiérarchique direct/e. Il/Elle met en place un système de coordination formelle, l’anime sur le terrain (réunions, rapports écrits...), et rend compte à son/sa responsable hiérarchique direct/e. Il/Elle s’assure du bon archivage de l’ensemble des documents produits dans le cadre du/des projet/s et s’assure que les sources de vérification mentionnées dans les proposals sont disponibles. Il/Elle s’assure qu’un reporting interne et externe de qualité est envoyé en coordination à temps après avoir préalablement validé les documents. 3. DEVELOPER UNE STRATEGIE POUR SA ZONE ET PROPOSER DE NOUVELLES INTERVENTIONS : Il/Elle propose de nouvelles interventions ainsi que des pistes de stratégie de financement de ces interventions et les discute avec son/sa responsable hiérarchique direct/e. Il/Elle participe à l’identification de besoins sur la base de TOR et avec validation de son/sa responsable hiérarchique direct/e. Lors de la définition de nouvelles opérations, il/elle coordonne les départements techniques concernés, les équipes support administratives et logistiques afin de préparer des propositions de projet complètes et conformes aux formats des bailleurs et aux règles internes de PUI. Il/Elle participe à l’élaboration de la Stratégie de la mission et organise l’atelier stratégique au niveau de sa zone. 4. SUPERVISER LES EQUIPES DE PERSONNEL NATIONAL SUR SA BASE : Il/Elle supervise l’ensemble des équipes nationales et internationales sur sa base Il/Elle encadre les employés sous sa responsabilité directe, fait le suivi de leurs objectifs et conduit une évaluation intermédiaire et finale. Il/Elle participe au processus de recrutement ainsi qu’à toute décision de mettre fin à un contrat de travail du personnel national sur sa base. Il/Elle s’assure du respect du Règlement Intérieur de PUI sur sa base. Il/Elle s’assure de la gestion administrative du personnel national, en particulier des opérations de paie, du suivi des absences, de la constitution et mise à jour des dossiers du personnel ainsi que leur archivage, par l’administrateur/rice de la base. Il/Elle veille à ce que tous les salariés nationaux aient une évaluation écrite au moins une fois par contrat et par an. Il/Elle assure ou délègue l’intégration de tout nouveau salarié sur sa base, et s’assure en particulier que le contexte des programmes mis en œuvre, les règles de sécurité, les procédures logistiques, administratives, RH et financières, ainsi que les procédures d’utilisation des moyens de communication et de transport soient expliqués et compris. Il/Elle complète la formation du personnel expatrié et local (appui organisationnel, méthodologique, technique éventuellement, organisation de formations…). Il/Elle prépare ou délègue la rédaction des profils de poste des expatriés à remplacer ou à recruter et les diffuse pour validation à son/sa supérieur/e hiérarchique direct/e. Il/Elle prépare les profils des postes nationaux sous sa supervision directe, valide les profils de postes nationaux rédigés par le/s responsable/s technique/s de ses bases et les diffuse pour validation au/à la CAF et tout autre référent potentiellement concerné (selon le poste). Il/Elle définit l’organigramme de sa base et le fait valider par son/sa supérieur/e hiérarchique direct/e et le/la CAF. Il/Elle veille à la gestion d’éventuels conflits interpersonnels sur sa base et rapporte à son/sa supérieur/e hiérarchique direct/e dans le cas où il/elle ne parvienne seul/e à régler le différend. Il/Elle est le garant de l’image de PUI dans sa zone d’intervention et veille à ce titre à ce que l’ensemble du personnel sous sa responsabilité ait un comportement en adéquation avec les valeurs défendues par l’organisation et respectueux de la culture locale. 5. ASSURER LE SUIVI LOGISTIQUE, ADMINISTRATIF ET FINANCIER DES BASES : Il/Elle s’assure de l’approvisionnement de sa base (support et programme) et adresse les besoins au/à la CAF/ chaque mois en veillant à ce que les procédures internes et bailleurs soient respectées et que les engagements soient conformes aux budgets disponibles. Il/Elle veille à ce que sa base (bureau et logement) dispose des équipements minimum convenables au travail et à l’hébergement des équipes, dans des conditions de sécurité optimales. Il/Elle supervise le parc de véhicules et plus globalement suit le fonctionnement et l’entretien des équipements rattachés à sa base. Il/Elle s’assure du stockage adéquat des biens et équipements. Il/Elle assure la livraison des marchandises programmes sur les sites d’intervention. Il/Elle prépare et met à jour les inventaires de stocks et équipements de sa base et les diffuse au/à la CLOG. Il/Elle est responsable de l’optimisation des coûts, il/elle utilise les suivis budgétaires à cette fin et s’assure du bon approvisionnement financier de sa base. Il/Elle participe à l’analyse collective (techniques, administration et logistique) des suivis budgétaires, détecte les écarts et propose des ajustements à son/sa supérieur/e hiérarchique direct/e et au/à la CAF/Contrôleur de gestion. Il/Elle s’assure que la comptabilité est saisie selon les règles internes et communiquée au/à la CAF/Contrôleur de gestion selon le calendrier établi et vérifie les pièces comptables avant envoi à la coordination. Avec le/la CAF, il/elle s’assure qu’un système de contrôle interne est en place sur sa base. Il/elle s’assure du respect de la procédure d’engagement des dépenses et participe à la validation des dossiers d’achat. Il/Elle est le garant de la tenue des comptes et veille à ce titre à ce que les soldes de caisses et de comptes bancaires soient en permanence absolument justifiés par les pièces comptables appropriées. 6. ASSURER LA REPRESENTATION DE PUI DANS LA ZONE COUVERTE PAR SES BASES ET EN CAPITALE : Il/Elle représente l’association auprès des acteurs locaux, qu’ils soient officiels ou non, et s’assure que de bonnes relations soient entretenues avec chacun d’entre eux dans le respect des principes de neutralité et d’indépendance de PUI. Il/Elle participe aux principales réunions de coordination lorsqu’elles existent et en est un membre actif. En cas de visite Bailleur, il/elle participe à l’organisation et à la mise en œuvre de la visite. 7. ASSURER LE REPORTING ET LA CIRCULATION DE L’INFORMATION : Il/Elle est responsable de la rédaction des rapports bailleurs des programmes mis en œuvre sur sa base, rapports dont il/elle rédige tout ou parties (consolidation des parties techniques rédigées par le/s responsable/s et/ou référent/s technique/s sur sa base) Il/Elle envoie les rapports internes et externes à son/sa supérieur/e hiérarchique direct/e en respectant les délais de validation interne (Sitrep, rapport d’incident) et échéances contractuelles externes (rapports de projets). Il/Elle organise la circulation de l’information de la base vers la coordination terrain et de la coordination terrain vers la base (Sitrep périodique et ad-hoc). Il/Elle participe aux réunions de coordination interne dont il/elle est un membre actif Profil Formation : Niveau maîtrise Formation en Santé publique / WASH/ coordination Expériences professionnelles: Expérience en coordination terrain Expérience en gestion de la sécurité (Min 5 ans) Connaissances et aptitudes: Maitrise de la gestion de projets Forte compétence en gestion RH Solide compétence en gestion de la sécurité Langues: Français obligatoire, anglais apprécié Caractéristiques personnelles attendues: Capacité à travailler de façon autonome avec prise d’initiative et sens des responsabilités ; Capacité à représenter les activités et le mandat de PUI auprès des autorités locales, en résistant aux pressions ; Bonne résistance au stress et à l’isolement, à un mode de vie conditionné par des règles de sécurité strictes ; Bonne capacité à travailler en contexte sécuritaire dégradé Sens de la diplomatie, maturité face à une situation politico-sécuritaire sensible ; Capacité d’analyse ; Capacité d’adaptation et souplesse ; Organisation, rigueur et respect des échéances ; Capacité à intégrer l’environnement local sous ces aspects politiques, économiques et historiques ; Capacité à travailler avec différents partenaires avec ouverture d’esprit et diplomatie ; Capacité à gérer des équipes multiculturelles et pluri-professionnelles. Conditions Salarié en Contrat à Durée Déterminée Salaire brut mensuel : de 2 200 à 2 530 Euros selon parcours en Solidarité Internationale + majoration de 50€ par semestre d’ancienneté avec PUI Frais pris en charge notamment transport AR Domicile / Mission, visas, vaccins… Assurance comprenant couverture médicale et complémentaire santé, assistance 24/24h, rapatriement et prévoyance Hébergement en maison collective Frais de vie (« Per diem ») Régime de Break : 5 jours ouvrés à 3 et 9 mois de mission + prime de break Régime de Congés Payés : 5 semaines de CP / an + billet A/R au domicile tous les 6 mois How to apply: Pour postuler, merci de suivre ce lien et de remplir le formulaire sur notre site internet.
Business Officer
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Organization: INTEGRITY Closing date: 31 Jul 2021 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 deliver a diverse and global portfolio of projects for a range of government clients and international institutions including FCDO, USAID, US State Department and the World Bank. Vision: Integrity sets the international standard for ethically delivered expert services complex and challenging contexts. Through our work, we transform conflict and build stability, accountability and prosperity. Mission: Integrity is an international consultancy and ethical service provider. Based on evidence and learning, we help clients and communities to build trust and understanding as the basis for transformative change. We do not advocate: we listen, comprehend and recommend. Commitment: Integrity upholds the highest ethical standards in our service delivery, our employment of staff and our interaction with people. Through adherence to our core values, we ensure not only that our clients receive the best possible service but that we benefit the individuals and communities amongst whom we work. Further information about Integrity can be found at www.integrityglobal.com. Scope of Work The role will comprise of identifying and pursuing new project opportunities, maintaining account management systems and records, assist in managing Integrity’s consultant network, support logistical, compliance and commercial processes, project delivery, and the production of marketing and communications materials. The Business Officer will be managed primarily by a Business Manager but will work with the wider Business Team. The position is London-based with international travel as required. Terms of Reference The Business Officer role requires a reactive and energetic individual with strong writing, negotiation and people skills. The right individual would combine the drive to compete for and win large-scale contracts with the emotional intelligence required to work across different teams, geographies and cultures. A. Business Development (50%) • Support the delivery of Integrity’s Business Development (BD) strategy by working as a core member of the Business Team and coordinating closely with team members in our international offices and also with Integrity’s Services, Operations, and Finance Teams. • Help grow and manage a company-wide BD pipeline, in line with geographical, thematic, and technical strategies, that enables us to deliver company-wide financial targets on a quarterly basis. • Identify, scope and upload opportunities, aligned to Integrity’s core areas of focus, on to our internal knowledge management systems. • Support identification and management of new accounts, ensuring relevant information is captured accurately on internal databases. • Support company-wide prepositioning and proposal development, including competitor mapping, consortium selection and engagement, brand and messaging, teaming, development of track record documents, financials and compliance documentation. There may be opportunities to specialise in certain regions, or thematic areas. • Contribute written sections in technical proposals and support the development of commercial proposals. • Provide administrative support to Integrity’s awarded framework contracts, including tracking and uploading call-down opportunities into the system and managing communications on call-downs internally and externally (including with partner organisations and clients). In time, manage specific framework relationships for the company. B. Bid Recruitment (30%) • Identify and recruit team members for key bid and proposal processes, including but not limited supporting the definition of roles and level of effort. • Project-specific consultant CV design and tailoring. • Quality assure the registration of new consultants on Integrity’s consultant bench. • Support consultant management systems, processes and strategy. C. Marketing and Communication (15%) • Support the production of corporate marketing materials, including news items for the Integrity website and social media channels. • Compile and update relevant track records for use in BD and corporate marketing materials. • Assist in formatting and copy-edit job adverts, as well as publishing on the company website and external online platforms. D. Other (5%) • Support the implementation of framework call-down projects, ensuring successful and compliant delivery of these assignments. • Undertake, where possible, junior researcher roles on projects based on relevant technical skills. Your Experience and Expertise The ideal candidate will have: • Academic background: BA or MA in International Relations, Economy, Political Science is an asset • Desire to work on the business side of the company – building relationships with individuals and organisations. • Drive to continuously develop from proposal to proposal. • Demonstrated ability to produce high quality written products, such as essays, articles, blogs, etc. • An interest in the subject matter of Integrity’s work. • Excellent time management. • A team player approach with a positive attitude, willingness to both learn from others and lead others. Languages: • Written and oral fluency in English to native standard is essential. Other relevant and desirable languages are Arabic, French, Spanish, Urdu and Swahili. Competencies The candidate should also demonstrate the following core competencies. Level 1: Team competencies • Ethics • Leadership • Planning and Organising • Development and Continual Learning • Results Focus and Initiative • Teamwork • Customer Orientation • Communication • Managing Change The Business Officer should also demonstrate the following: • The ability to operate calmly under pressure. • A considered, methodical, and intelligent approach to problem-solving. • Clear sense of integrity and respect for others and empathy for cultural diversity, challenges, and environments. • Work effectively alone and as part of a team to a common goal or outcome. How to apply: If you are interested in applying for this position, please complete the application form at www.integrityglobal.com/apply and attach a CV and Cover Letter at the bottom of your application. The closing date for applications is 31st July 2021. 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. And positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. We will respect your confidentiality and abide by UK data protection laws.
Siège - Chargé·e de suivi des projets et contrats bailleurs à Asnières-sur-Seine
Country: France Organization: Première Urgence Internationale Closing date: 23 Jul 2021 CDD (6 mois) - Début - 23/06/2021 PUI aux quatre coins du monde Forte de ses 40 années d’expérience, Première Urgence Internationale : Vient en aide à près de 6 millions de bénéficiaires Avec un budget de plus de 100 Millions € par an Répartis dans 22 pays, sur 5 continents Grâce à l’implication et l’engagement de : Plus de 2000 collaborateurs nationaux Environ 200 expatriés de 45 nationalités différentes Et 90 salariés au siège PUI œuvre dans 10 secteurs d’intervention et se distingue par la mise en place d’une approche intégrée dans sa réponse. Cette méthode vise à identifier et comprendre l’ensemble des besoins des personnes touchées par une crise. Nos équipes se mobilisent pour apporter une réponse globale à l’ensemble des besoins fondamentaux des populations victimes de crises humanitaires dans l’urgence jusqu’à leur permettre de retrouver autonomie et dignité. Pour en savoir plus sur notre histoire, nos valeurs, nos domaines d’intervention. Zoom sur le Pôle Afrique 1 La Pôle Afrique 1 a pour objectif d'assurer l'accompagnement des missions dans l'ensemble des opérations pour atteindre les objectifs fixés, dans le respect du mandat de l’Association, et de ses procédures internes et externes. Et le/la Chargé·e de suivi des projets et contrats bailleurs dans tout ça? En tant que Chargé·e de suivi des projets et contrats bailleurs, vous assurerez l’élaboration des propositions de projets et la rédaction des rapports en accord avec le calendrier de dépôt et de rapportage applicable aux missions du pôle dans le respect des procédures de l’Association pour la zone dont vous serez en charge. A cet effet, vos responsabilités seront les suivantes : Propositions de projet : Vous participerez à la rédaction, à la révision sur le fond et sur la forme des nouvelles propositions de projet. Vous participerez à la préparation de l’ensemble de documents destinés aux bailleurs dans le cadre des nouvelles propositions. Vous suivrez l’élaboration des budgets pour les nouvelles propositions, afin d’assurer la cohérence avec les parties narratives. Suivi des projets : Vous participerez activement au respect des obligations contractuelles bailleurs et vous contribuerez à la production, vérification et capitalisation des rapports narratifs analytiques pour les projets en cours. Les défis qui vous attendent: Les enjeux majeurs et actuels du poste sont d'assurer le renouvellement de projets centraux pour les missions Nigeria et RDC, et également de développer des partenariats avec de nouveaux bailleurs de fonds. Ce qu'il vous faudra pour réussir Formation Vous pouvez justifier d’un diplôme supérieur (min. Master 2 ou équivalent) en gestion de projet. Expérience Vous êtes fort d’un expérience similaire au siège d’une ONG ou d'au moins 1 an d’expérience en gestion de projets financés par des bailleurs de fonds institutionnelles. Vous avez déjà travaillé avec Première Urgence Internationale? Ce sera un atout indéniable! Compétences Vous avez une connaissance pratique des programmes humanitaires et du cycle de projet. Vous disposez d'excellentes capacités rédactionnelles et de mise en forme en français et en anglais. Qualités requises Vous avez des capacités d’analyse, de réflexion et vous êtes autonome. Vous montrez un bon relationnel, une facilité de communication, tant à l'écrit qu'à l'oral, et vous avez le goût du travail en équipe. Vous faites preuve de fiabilité et de sens des responsabilités, de rigueur et d'organisation, de réactivité et d'adaptabilité. Vous avez une excellente résistance au stress, une capacité à travailler sous pression et le sens de l’humour. Langues Vous parlez le français et l'anglais couramment ? Tant mieux, c’est indispensable pour ce poste ! Le mot du manager « Rejoignez une équipe dynamique et motivée ! » PUI vous proposera Statut: Employé(e) Salaire: 2600 EUR bruts mensuel sur 12 mois Couverture médicale: 80% de la mutuelle Santé et Prévoyance Prise en charge: Prise en charge à hauteur de 50% du titre de transport et à hauteur de 60% des Tickets Restaurant (d'une valeur faciale de 9€) Repos: 5 semaines de congés payés par an + 1 RTT par mois (37h/semaine) Nos engagements Première Urgence Internationale considère la diversité des nationalités, genres, croyances, profils et statuts au sein de ses Ressources Humaines comme un atout majeur pour son action humanitaire, et s’astreint donc au strict respect du principe de non-discrimination tout au long de son processus de recrutement. Première Urgence Internationale pratique une politique de tolérance zéro envers l’exploitation, les abus sexuels et à la maltraitance, sous toutes ses formes, des femmes, enfants et toutes autres personnes vulnérables. Elle mobilise l'ensemble de son personnel dans la promotion, la diffusion et le respect des principes édictés dans sa charte éthique. Veuillez noter que Première Urgence Internationale ne sollicitera en aucun cas une participation financière pour des frais administratifs liés au recrutement. Toute information allant dans ce sens serait frauduleuse, merci de ne pas en tenir compte. Vous vous reconnaissez dans ce profil et vous adhérez à nos engagements ? Vous vous sentez prêt·e à relever le challenge et à rejoindre la grande famille PUI ? How to apply: Pour postuler, merci de suivre ce lien et de remplir le formulaire sur notre site Carrière.
Colombia - Field Coordinator in Arauca
Country: Colombia Organization: Première Urgence Internationale Closing date: 20 Jul 2021 Location : Colombia based in Arauca Starting Date : ASAP Duration of Mission : 6 months Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-political and non-religious international aid organization. Our teams are committed to supporting civilians’ victims of marginalization and exclusion, or hit by natural disasters, wars and economic collapses, by answering their fundamental needs. Our aim is to provide emergency relief to uprooted people in order to help them recover their dignity and regain self-sufficiency. The association leads in average 190 projects by year in the following sectors of intervention: food security, health, nutrition, construction and rehabilitation of infrastructures, water, sanitation, hygiene and economic recovery. PUI is providing assistance to around 5 million people in 20 countries – in Africa, Asia, Middle East, Eastern Europe and France. Find out about our history and values. Humanitarian situation and needs Since 2013, Venezuela is enduring a socio-economic crisis triggered by the fall of oil prices, contested economic measures, and ambitious social policies that fueled insecurity and a decline in the previously richest economy in Latin America. The political and humanitarian crisis worsened in 2018, with UNHCR estimating that thousands of Venezuelans were leaving their country each day to reach and remain in various destinations in Colombia. According the 2020 Refugee and Migrant Response Plan (RMRP), Colombia remains the country most impacted and largest host of arrivals from Venezuela, with an estimated 1,630,903 Venezuelans in the country as of December 2019 (52% male and 48% female, with only 641,825 having legal status), and the return of approximately 500,000 Colombians. This influx has put considerable strain on the Colombian system, meaning that those arriving now are facing harsher conditions than those of the past, as well as those arriving being generally poorer than those who were able to travel earlier. The 2019 Colombian Humanitarian Needs Overview (HNO) stated that there are 1.9 million people in need in Colombia, consisting of 1,467,000 Venezuelan refugees or migrants and 403,000 Colombians. Of this, there is approximately 946,000 males (including 232,000 under 18 and 23,000 over 59 years old) and 925,000 females (including 227,000 under 18 and 24,000 over 59 years old). However, it is important to recognize that the data on Venezuelans is potentially underestimated, because it is believed that thousands are not registered due to crossing into the country informally, and it only reflects disaggregated data for people who have been assessed in need of humanitarian assistance in Colombia. Beginning in early 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic spread quickly and exponentially throughout the world, and entered Colombia in March 2020. The Colombian government has since taken continually increasing measures to contain the virus, including shutting down the border (including that with Venezuela), installing curfews and travel restrictions, and imposing social distancing rules on gatherings. The general situation and conditions has significant impact on Venezuelan migrants and vulnerable Colombians, drastically increasing vulnerability throughout the country. PUI’s strategy/position in the country In 2021, PUI will continue and expand the humanitarian projects in North Santander/Santander and Arauca covering health, MHPSS, and protection. In North Santander/Santander, PUI will continue to support Venezuelan migrant and refuges, particularly PWSN, on the dangerous migration route from the border, while in Arauca PUI will expand the clinics and new mobile clinics supporting primary healthcare and MHPSS. PUI will also be seeking to expand its humanitarian program into new areas, with a new country wide strategy taking into consideration the current and impending challenges related to the COVID-19 crisis. A potential project in Tibú is a continuation of this strategy, focusing on population affected by the armed conflict in the area of Catatumbo, in Norte de Santander. It will be an opening of new base for PUI in Colombia, within health and mental health programming intended to be implemented, also in collaboration with partners focused on protection. As part of our activities in we are looking for an Field Coordinator in Bogota. Overall Objective and Responsabilities The Field Coordinator- Arauca, is responsible for the proper opening and functioning of the base, the proper implementation of programs developed on that base, representation, and the safety and security of personnel. Safety and security: In collaboration with the Head of Mission, with the support of the logistic coordinator, he/she is responsible for the safety and security of the base. Program: He/She is accountable for an adequate definition and efficient implementation of the projects. S/he ensures the coordination between the support team (Admin and Log), and Head of Mission in order to timely and qualitatively guarantee that the objectives and results of all projects are reached. He/She preventively identifies issues, gaps and delays that may impede the correct implementation of the projects and proposes mitigation plan to the HoM. Human Resources: He/She supervises all the teams at the base, composed of national and international staff and participates to recruitment, briefing and follow up. Logistical, administrative and financial support: He/She oversees the logistical, administrative and financial components of the base for the purpose of program implementation, and ensures compliance with the relevant procedures, with substantive support from the Logistics and Administrative/Fin Coordinators based in the capital and of their counterparts at base level. Representation: In the area of responsibility and by delegation of the HoM, He/She represents PUI with the stakeholders (such as donors, authorities, International/Local NGOs, Clusters). Coordination: He/She centralizes and disseminates information from/to the site, and consolidates the internal and external reporting activities implemented in his/her field of operations before submitting them to the Head of Mission and relevant Coordinators. Assessment/Strategy: He/She participates in strategy development and proposes new interventions in function of needs identified in his/her field of operations. Specific objectives and activities ENSURE THE SAFETY AND SECURITY OF PROPERTY AND PEOPLE AT THE SITE He/She ensures that the safety and security plans for the site is up-to-date, and that everyone knows and understands it (both expatriates and locals). He/She participate in the validation process for the access letter and the assessment process in case of new intervention areas closely with the Head of Mission. He/She ensures data collection relative to the safety and security on his/her field of operations, provides analyses, and disseminates them to his/her immediate supervisor regularly or on an ad-hoc basis if urgent. He/She verifies that the material and human resource means at his/her disposal are adequate to ensure the optimal safety and security of teams, materials and beneficiaries. He/She alerts his/her immediate supervisor without delay in case of impending danger of teams or beneficiaries. In the event of a security incident, (regardless of whether it took place or was avoided), he/she ensures that the information is transmitted to his/her immediate supervisor without delay, and reported upon in accordance with PUI guidelines. SUPERVISE TEAMS OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL STAFF AT THE SITE He/She supervises all national and international staff members on the site. He/She guides the work of the managers/heads of departments at the site, tracks the realization of their objectives, and leads the mid-term and final evaluation exercises. He/She participates in the recruitment process, when needed. He/She ensures compliance with the Internal Rules of Procedure of PUI on the site. He/She makes sure that all local employees are subject to a written evaluation at least once per contract period. He/She assumes or delegates responsibility for the integration of any new employee on the site, and ensures, in particular, that the context of program implementation, safety rules, logistical, administrative, HR and financial procedures, as well as procedures for the use of communication and transportation are explained and understood. With support from Head of Mission he/she updates training needs for local and international staff and share it with the Admin/Fin Coordinator. He/She prepares the job profiles of staff under his/her immediate supervision, endorses job profiles of staff at his/her site, and forwards them for endorsement to the Admin/Fin Coordinator, and to any other potentially relevant party. He/She updates the organizational chart of the base, and has it endorsed by his/her immediate supervisor and the Adim/Fin Coordinator. He/She handles the management of interpersonal conflicts that arise on his/her site, and refers the matter to his/her immediate supervisor in the event that he/she is not able to resolve dispute. He/She is the guardian of the image of PUI in his/her area of operation, and in that capacity ensures that the entire staff under his/her authority displays behavior consistent with the values upheld by the organization, and with full respect for the local culture. ENSURE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PROGRAMMES AND PROPOSE NEW INTERVENTIONS He/She ensures the smooth running of ongoing programs on the site (meeting of objectives, respecting time-lines, budgetary monitoring, contractual reporting…) and reports to his/her immediate supervisor. He/She sets up a formal coordination system, follows it up (meetings, written reports...), and reports to his/her immediate supervisor. He/She ensures proper filing of all documents produced in the context of the project(s), and ensures the availability of the verification sources mentioned in the proposals. He/She proposes new interventions and discusses them with his/her immediate supervisor. He/She is involved in identifying needs on the basis of needs assessment's terms of references. When defining new operational activities, he/she coordinates the work of the relevant technical departments and of the administrative and logistical support teams, with a view to preparing project proposals that are complete, and in line with the donors’ formats and internal rules of PUI’. He/She participates in the Strategy development exercise of the mission. ENSURE LOGISTICAL, ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR THE SITE He/She ensures that the needs of the site are met (support, programming) and makes the needs known to the Admin Coordinator each month, while making sure that all donors’ and internal procedures are respected, and that commitments are in line with available budgets. He/She ensures that the site is equipped with the minimum of infrastructure (offices and housing) necessary for execution of the work and accommodation of teams, in optimal conditions of safety and security. With the support of the Logistics Coordinator, He/She ensure proper management of the vehicle fleet, its proper functioning, as well as the maintenance of all equipment belonging to the site. With the support of the Logistics Coordinator, He/She ensure adequate storage arrangements for all property and equipment. With the support of the Logistics Coordinator, He/She ensure proper delivery of all purchases planned for the operational sites. With the support of the Logistics Coordinator, He/She ensure preparation and update of the inventory of supplies and equipment for the site. He/She is responsible for cost optimization; and uses budget tracking to achieve this; in coordination with Admin/Fin Coordinator he/she ensures adequate financial resources for the running of the site. As regards budgetary monitoring, he/she participates in team-based analysis and is responsible for detecting anomalies and proposing adjustments to the Admin/Fin Coordinator. With the support of the Admin/Fin Coordinator, He/She that accounting entries are completed in compliance with internal rules, and communicated to the Admin/Fin Coordinator according to the agreed calendar. He/she tracks the cash flow for his/her site, and oversees disbursements. Together with the Admin/Fin Coordinator, he/she ensures that a system of internal oversight is in place at the site. He/She ensures compliance with procedures for undertaking expenditure commitments, and participates in the process of endorsing purchase orders. ENSURE THE REPRESENTATION OF PUI IN THE JURISDICTION COVERED BY HIS/HER SITE He/She represents the association before local actors, whether they are official or not, and ensures that good relations are maintained with each of them in compliance with PUI’s principles of neutrality and independence in collaboration with the Head of Mission. He/She participates in coordination meetings when they take place, and participates actively. In the event of visits from donors, he/she participates in the organization and implementation of the visit. ENSURE REPORTING AND DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION He/She sends the internal and external reports to his/her immediate supervisor while meeting the internal deadlines for endorsement (situation report, incident report) and external contractual deadlines (project reports). He/She organizes the two-way dissemination of information: from the site to the field coordination and from the field coordination to the site (regular and ad-hoc Situation reporting). He/She attends internal coordination meetings and participates actively. Profile Training: Degree or equivalent in social science, politics science, program management, international development preferred; Financial Management Human resources Logistics Management Project Management Security and safety management Experience: Experience of being Field Coordinator in humanitarian programs Experience in Safety and Security Management At least 3 years of experience in projects development/implementation; Experience in Budget/Finance Management (cost-efficiency); Experience of managing logistical processes; Experience working with a variety of donors; Knowledge and Skills: Security management and context follow-up Excellent writing skills Team Management Project Management skills Ability to represent PUI as per the recommendations of the HoM and ensure an efficient and proactive coordination with other actors. Languages: Professional fluency in written and spoken Spanish and English Required Personal Characteristics: Ability to work independently while taking initiatives and showing a sense of responsibility Ability to withstand pressure Sense of diplomacy Analytical skills Capacity to adapt and showing organizational flexibility Organization, rigor and ability to meet deadlines Ability to work and manage affairs professionally and with maturity Ability to represent the activities and the mandate of PUI before local authorities Ability to integrate the local environment into operations, in its political, economic and historical dimensions Ability to work with various partners, in a spirit of openness, and with adaptable communications strategies Commitment to humanitarian principles Conditions Employed with a Fixed-Term Contract Monthly gross income: from 2 200 up to 2 530 Euros depending on the experience in International Solidarity + 50 Euros per semester seniority with PUI Cost covered: Round-trip transportation to and from home / mission, visas, vaccines… Insurance including medical coverage and complementary healthcare, 24/24 assistance and repatriation Housingin hotels for now but in collective accommodation on the long run Daily living Expenses (« Per diem ») Break Policy: 5 working days at 3 and 9 months Paid Leaves Policy: 5 weeks of paid leaves per year + return ticket every 6 months How to apply: If you wish to apply, follow this link and fill in the form on our website.
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