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Training Manager
Country: Niger Organization: International NGO Safety Organisation Closing date: 30 Jun 2020 Contexte de l'organisation Fondée en 2011, International NGO Safety Organisation (INSO) est une organisation non gouvernementale Internationale qui apporte aux travailleurs humanitaires un appui en matière de sécurité en établissant des plates-formes de coordination de la sécurité dans des contextes insécurisés. INSO fournit aux ONG inscrites une gamme de services gratuits tels que : Le suivi des incidents en temps réel, Les rapports analytiques contextualisés, Une cartographie des incidents liés à la sécurité, Un soutien dans la gestion de crise, Un support dans l’orientation du personnel Des formations. Les services INSO aident les ONG dans leurs gestion des risques au quotidien en améliorant leur connaissance générale du contexte d’intervention afin de leur permettre de baser leurs décisions d'accès humanitaire sur des données factuelles. INSO s’est développée rapidement, et d’une start-up novatrice est devenue une organisation mondialement reconnue et un élément clé du système de coordination de la sécurité humanitaire. Aujourd'hui, l'organisation fournit un soutien quotidien à plus de 990 ONG dans quatorze des pays les plus insécurisés au monde et a acquis une solide réputation de professionnalisme de performances de qualité, et de respect des principes humanitaires. La mission INSO au Niger : En Septembre 2019, une vingtaine de partenaires ONG établis à Niamey renouvellent leur demande pour l’ouverture d’une plateforme INSO au Niger. La requête des ONG précise en particulier 3 points d’appuis prioritaires qui sont : 1) Aider à améliorer l’analyse du contexte ; 2) Mettre en place des formations sur l’accès humanitaire et la gestion des risques dans les zones de Tillaberi / Tahoua & Diffa ; 3) Renforcer la coordination humanitaire à Niamey entre les ONG, les Nations Unies et les autorités civils et militaires. L’objectif que s’est fixé INSO en 2020 est donc de renforcer les ONG au NIGER dans leurs capacités opérationnelles et analytiques afin de maintenir, voire améliorer leur accès sur le terrain. Les résultats visés par INSO pour 2020 sont : Résultat 1 : Les ONG ont accès aux services de rapports d’analyse, de réunion de coordination, et d’expertise technique de INSO sur demande. Résultat 2 : Les ONG améliorent leurs capacités de gestion des incidents critiques en ayant des plans de contingence en place, et via l’accès aux formations des personnels (accès humanitaire & gestion des risques). En ce sens, INSO NIGER recherche une personne expérimentée pour rejoindre son équipe en tant que Training Manager basé à Niamey. Cette personne doit être mobile sur les deux régions couvertes par INSO au NIGER que sont Tillaberi/Tahoua & Diffa/Maradi. Avec les missions INSO Sahel et INSO Lac Tchad, il sera demandé au TM de travailler en étroite collaboration sur la mise en place du pôle formation dans la région Afrique de l’Ouest. Aperçu du poste : Sous la responsabilité et supervision du Directeur Pays, et avec le soutien technique du département formation basé au siège d’INSO, le-la Training Manager (TM) Niger mettra en place les activités de formation proposées par INSO à ses partenaires. Les modules suivants sont inscrits dans la stratégie 2020 : Initiation aux bonnes pratiques Gestion de la sécurité pour les ONG, niveau basique Gestion de la sécurité pour les ONG, niveau avancé Sécurité des déplacements Gestion de crise Négociations humanitaires Il-elle facilitera les formations participera au montage de nouveaux modules, garantira les contenus délivrés, supervisera l’inscription des candidats, mènera l’évaluation des besoins des partenaires et assurera la mise en place du système d’évaluation de la qualité des formations délivrées selon le cadre proposé par INSO. Principales responsabilités I) MISE EN ŒUVRE DES FORMATIONS Faciliter ou co-faciliter les sessions de formation : Le/la Training Manager facilitera ou co-facilitera une dizaine de sessions de formation de 2 jours chacune en moyenne entre septembre et la fin de l’année 2020. S’approprier les modules de formation existants : savoir les animer, proposer des améliorations ou adaptation au contexte local. Participer à une formation de formateurs en négociations humanitaires (mise en place par INSO au Mali en 2020), si les bailleurs sollicités soutiennent l’initiative. II) ORGANISATION DES ACTIVITES DE FORMATION Mettre en place et accompagner l’équipe formation INSO Niger : Recruter, structurer et accompagner son équipe nouvellement constituée (un Training Officer, un Training Assistant). Mettre en œuvre la stratégie de formation définie, manager l’équipe, se coordonner avec les départements « support » d’INSO Niger, garantir la qualité de toutes les activités de formations, suivre le budget de l’activité. Evaluer la qualité des services et les besoins des partenaires : Mettre en place des enquêtes de qualité. Evaluer les besoins et attentes des partenaires. Exigences du poste Français courant obligatoire, capacités à échanger en anglais bienvenues ; Expérience significative dans le secteur humanitaire ; Expérience dans la conception, développement et l’animation de formation sur le terrain dans le contexte humanitaire ; Compétences établies en gestion de projet et gestion d’équipe ; Compréhension des principes et pratiques humanitaires ; Volonté de travailler dans des pays peu sûrs. Compétences personnelles Intérêt pour la formation professionnelle ; Être un bon communiquant, avec une bonne écoute ; Engagement humanitaire ; Excellent esprit d’analyse ; Excellentes aptitudes relationnelles, goût pour le travail en équipe ; Capacité à travailler dans un environnement multiculturel ; Capacité à représenter INSO. Termes et Conditions Contrat de 12 mois avec date de démarrage prévue pour le 1er Septembre 2020, 4550 € de salaire par mois, 4 jours de congé annuel par mois et 7 jours de R&R; tous les 3 mois, couverture médicale globale et assurance décès/invalidité. Politique de protection et de recrutement d’INSO : INSO est pleinement engagé au recrutement, à la sélection et à la vérification en toute sécurité de nouveaux potentiels membres du personnel, administrateurs et bénévoles. Nous veillons au respect strict de notre code de conduite et de notre politique de sauvegarde tout au long du processus de recrutement. À ce titre, les pratiques de recrutement suivantes seront appliquées : Toute offre d'emploi sera conditionnée à la réception d'au moins deux références professionnelles satisfaisantes ; INSO interrogera les candidats sur des écarts importants dans l'emploi ou des changements fréquents d'emploi et d’adresse ; Toutes les qualifications essentielles et les accréditations professionnelles pertinentes ainsi que les adhésions seront vérifiées ; Le candidat retenu devra fournir une preuve d'identité valide (passeport, carte d'identité) ; Tous les nouveaux employés recevront une orientation sur les codes et procédures de INSO (code de conduite, dénonciation, etc.) ; Tous les nouveaux employés devront signer et respecter le code de conduite comme condition d'emploi. How to apply: Les candidats intéressés doivent envoyer les pièces suivantes à l’adresse jobs@ner.ngosafety.org avec la référence « TM NIGER » en objet du mail : Une lettre de motivation précisant de quelle manière vous remplissez les conditions préalables et les caractéristiques souhaitées, votre motivation à postuler et ce que vous espérez apporter à INSO (2 pages maximum) ; CV à jour (5 pages maximum) ; Merci de ne pas envoyer d’informations additionnelles (comme des copies de certificats, de diplômes ou autre écrit, …) et merci de conserver un poids maximum de 2MB pour votre candidature. Seuls les candidats présélectionnés seront contactés. Toutes les candidatures incomplètes seront automatiquement écartées. INSO se réserve le droit de clôturer le poste par anticipation si un(e) candidat(e) correspondant au poste est retenu(e). INSO rappelle qu’aucun frais n’est exigé pour le traitement des offres d’emploi et qu’aucun frais n’est perçu aux différents stades du recrutement (candidature, entretien, traitement ou autre).
Protection Gender and Inclusion Adviser (COVID-19)
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Organization: British Red Cross Closing date: 20 Aug 2020 Protection Gender and Inclusion Adviser (COVID-19) Location: Moorgate, London*Contract type: 9 months (fixed term)Hours: 35 hours per week *Salary*: £39,000 pro rata per annum (inc London Weighting) Are you passionate about ensuring the most vulnerable are meaningfully engaged in humanitarian action, their needs met and rights respected? Are you able to provide quality advice and support to strengthen the work of national humanitarian actors to engage, protect and respond to the specific needs of diverse population groups? Would you like to work with one of the largest humanitarian organisations in the world and be part of a broader network trying to make a difference? The British Red Cross (BRC) has an exciting 9-month opportunity in the Performance & Accountability (P&A;) Department as a Protection Gender and Inclusion Adviser. Please note that internally we refer to this post as a Safe and Inclusive Adviser. As part of the global Red Cross and Red Crescent humanitarian network, the British Red Cross helps millions of people in the UK and around the world to prepare for, respond to and recover from emergencies, disasters and conflicts. *whilst the role is based at our head office in central London, due to Covid-19 home working is required until the office is re-opened. Right to work in the UK is a minimum requirement What you will be doing * You will provide high quality protection capacity building support to Red Cross Movement partners across the British Red Cross International Directorate and strengthen skills and capabilities for Safe and Inclusive programming in our response activities to COVID-19. * You will ensure a consistent high-quality response which adapts to meet the needs of diverse population groups, the most vulnerable and those at heightened risk due to the COVID-19 pandemic. * You will provide support to regional teams and technical advisers to ensure COVID-19 interventions are safe and inclusive, mainstreaming protection and diversity into programme quality mechanisms and MEAL Frameworks. * The role also supports the British Red Cross and IFRC to develop protection, gender and inclusion tools, guidance and an integrated and coordinated approach. What we are looking for * With a deep and broad understanding of protection, gender and inclusion (PGI) issues within health emergencies, protracted conflict settings and/or disaster contexts, you will have substantial field experience in protection and/or diversity and inclusion. * You will have demonstrable experience in designing, implementing and evaluating PGI mainstreaming activities, as well as stand-alone and integrated PGI programmes. * As a person, you will need to be a team player who works collaboratively; someone who is good at communicating, influencing and engaging people. * You will be someone who promotes constructive change and successfully supports others to do so. Meet the team The Performance and Accountability department in the International Directorate is, among other things, responsible for ensuring a range of cross-Directorate issues, including Safe and Inclusive projects are appropriately addressed in the projects and programmes that we support. You will work closely with other advisers including the Community Engagement and Accountability (CEA) Adviser, Protection against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) Adviser, SGBV Adviser, Humanitarian Policy Adviser and Protection and Anti Trafficking Adviser. Closing date for applications is 23:59 on the 7th of June with first stage interviews to follow and taking place via Zoom. We offer a wide range of staff benefits, these include: * 36 days holiday (including Bank Holidays) * Option to buy an extra 5 days annual leave * Up to 6% contributory pension * Flexible working policy Click here to learn more about British Red Cross' work internationally LocationCountry: EnglandCity: London How to apply: Application URL: https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=bmF0aGFuLjY0NzgwLjM4MzBAcmVkY3Jvc3MuYXBsaXRyYWsuY29t
Country Programme Manager
Country: Nigeria Organization: Malaria Consortium Closing date: 3 Jun 2020 Malaria Consortium is recruiting for a Country Programme Manager to join our team in Abuja, Nigeria. The role of the Country Programmes Manager (CPM) is to provide leadership in the roll-out and efficient running of programme / project management systems and processes for all programmes and projects as a coherent portfolio within Malaria Consortium Nigeria office. The job holder will also oversee all security and operations activities in all locations and some projects in MC Nigeria as agreed with the West and Central Africa Programmes Director, who also functions as the Country Director. The successful candidate will have: Postgraduate qualification in International development, public health, business administration, project management or similar. Extensive experience in a similar role; Significant hands-on experience in project management at a senior level or management of large or multi-country programmes ideally in low or middle income countries Strong experience with managing operational units in large international organisations Experience working in the management of public health programmes Strong team management skills with experience of working in disparate teams Experience of managing projects with a budget size of over 5 million GBP Experience working in security challenged environments and/or humanitarian context Experience in proposal development and reporting Significant experience in budget holding duties Experience working in a multi-cultural team How to apply: To apply, please visit our website and create an account: https://recruitment.malariaconsortium.org/VacancyDetails.aspx?FromSearch=True&MenuID;=6Dqy3cKIDOg=&VacancyID;=2188
Media and Social & Behavior Change Communications Specialist
Countries: Belgium, United States of America Organization: Search for Common Ground Closing date: 5 Jun 2020 The Media and Social Behavior Change Communications Specialist will serve as a lead technical advisor for Search for Common Ground’s media and SBCC programming globally. S/he will review and update core methodologies, build the capacity of Search staff and partners in SBCC and media, and work with country program teams to accompany their SBC programming from design through evaluations. In the first year, the specialist will support COVID-19 media programming across 10 countries in Africa and the Middle East. S/he will work with senior leadership and media staff in the organization to develop a future positioning and methodology for Search in the evolving media landscape - both traditional broadcast and online - leveraging emerging technologies and maximizing quality and reach. S/he will create new opportunities and partnerships and raise funds to support future work. The specialist will a) strengthen Search’s core methodology for designing and implementing behavior change communications programming; b) support the production of high-quality media outputs; and c) enable Search to strengthen its online media and social media presence. The specialist will be a part of the Strategy Alignment Team which is dedicated to strengthening program quality. *This position can be based in Brussels, Belgium or Washington DC. Please apply to the location where you are are able to be based. ** Key Area 1**: Strengthen Program Quality. The Specialist will work closely with program teams to support them to implement their initiatives with the highest possible quality. S/he will work with 10 country programs to set up media initiatives as part of a global COVID-19 response - a multi-country project entitled “Enabling Effective and Conflict-Sensitive Responses to COVID-19 to Protect Social Cohesion in Fragile Contexts in Africa and MENA” and engage on other critical media projects as necessary. S/he will work to identify and harness program-level expertise and insights, develop and conduct staff training, offer coaching and guidance in SBCC methodologies including message curriculum development, production and dissemination/broadcast. S/he will link this work to the organizational learning efforts which are underway. The specialist will keep up with new and evolving technologies and distribution platforms and enable program teams to access them. ** Key Area 2: Field Building . The specialist will position Search as leaders in the media for the peacebuilding field. S/he will leverage our programmatic experience and learning to drive best practices globally. S/he will identify opportunities to influence the field through advocacy, development and distribution of tools, and other means. S/he will develop written or digital toolkits or comparable outputs aimed at advancing the way that media is used as a peacebuilding tool.** Key Area 3: Organizational positioning . The specialist will position Search as a go-to organization for media and peacebuilding, generating visibility of the work in the “Conflict Sensitive Approaches to COVID-19” project and seek out concrete opportunities for Search to expand its use of SBCC and media programming. S/he will seek out partnerships with new organizations such as media and tech companies or universities.** Minimum Qualifications 7 to 10 years in media for social change field; Experience producing radio and television; Experience developing multi-platform social change campaigns in fragile and conflict-affected countries. Preferred Qualifications Degree in communications; behavior change communications, public health, conflict transformation or related field; Experience in peacebuilding and conflict transformation; Extensive field experience in conflict-affected countries; Experience developing and implementing successful social-media campaigns for social change. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Fluent English and French; Fluency in Arabic preferred; Demonstrated radio production including script writing, editing; Demonstrated television production capacities including script writing and pre-production planning; Demonstrated skills in communication campaign design, including message curriculum development processes; Excellent writing and communications skills. How to apply: The position will be based in Search for Common Ground Brussels office and will travel periodically (following government regulations related to travel) in Africa and the Middle East. Please apply via our website here. Foreseen start date: June 2020. Please apply by: 5 June 2020. Please apply through our website here. Please note that we are unfortunately only able to consider applicants that currently hold the right to work in Belgium.
ABA-ROLI-MENA Intern
Country: United States of America Organization: American Bar Association Closing date: 22 Jun 2020 ABA-ROLI- MENA Intern ABA ROLI's MENA Division seeks an unpaid intern to support rule of law programs across the Middle East and North Africa. The intern will engage in a wide range of program implementation tasks, including: · participation in project development and planning, · developing program materials and reports, · conducting targeted research · coordinating the development of monitoring and evaluation tracking systems. These tasks will be conducted in collaboration with DC and regional field staff. Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have a legal background; at least five years of experience as a judge, prosecutor or lawyer; will be fluent in both English and Arabic. The internship period will be for 6-8 weeks beginning in June 2020. How to apply: https://usr58.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/aba/Posting/View/1070
Program Officer - Asia Pacific
Country: United States of America Organization: International Foundation for Electoral Systems Closing date: 29 Jun 2020 “All qualified applicants/employees will receive consideration for employment/promotions and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, race, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristic. IFES takes affirmative action with respect to the employment and promotion of women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and covered veterans. IFES will also take affirmative action on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. IFES is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor” “All qualified applicants/employees will receive consideration for employment/promotions and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, race, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristic. IFES takes affirmative action with respect to the employment and promotion of women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and covered veterans. IFES will also take affirmative action on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. IFES is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor” About the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES): Together we build democracies that deliver for all. Our independent expertise strengthens electoral institutions/systems and builds local capacity to deliver sustainable solutions. As the global leader in democracy promotion, we advance good governance and democratic rights by providing technical assistance; empowering the underrepresented to participate in the political process; and applying field-based research to improve the electoral cycle. We believe that trusted electoral institutions deliver credible elections, effective governing institutions are accountable to the people they serve, all people safely participate in civic and political life on an equal basis and technology, information and data positively serve elections and democracy. Since 1987, IFES has worked in over 145 countries – from developing to mature democracies.Job Responsibilities: The Program Officer is an intermediate professional position at IFES providing tactical support to the program division. Specific duties will include development, technical, administrative and financial management support and oversight. MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Serve as primary interface with Country Directors and local staff to implement projects. Achieve project requirements within budget, established time frame, standards of quality, and donor satisfaction. Assist with preparing budgets, review and approve field expense reports, wire requests, vendor and consultant payments etc. Responsible for critical review and reporting of project financials in partnership with Finance team. Track project activities in line with budget, forecasting and evaluation of burn rate. Establish, maintain, and develop productive working relationship with field staff, subordinates, consultants at large, and other departments within IFES HQ. Assist with program design, knowledge of IFES systems, tools for project implementation and monitoring. Work with Monitoring and Evaluation team to design/determine program indicators, assist with monitoring to ensure activities are meeting indicators. Contribute to knowledge management and thought leadership. Troubleshoot project problems, identify and implement creative solutions. Monitor pending IFES grant/contract actions and coordinate timely action and response. Travel to field office to assist with project activities as needed. Participate in proposal development/new initiative process. Encourage professional developmental of junior program staff. Evaluate performance of supervisee(s), and provide constructive feedback and proactive management. Provide feedback on project team and project performance. Work with HR to source and recruit critical talent. Support the process of designing and implementing subawards and monitor progress including reviewing deliverables. Work with Contracts and Grants to ensure timely acquisition and delivery of commodities. Contribute, coordinate and ensure the quality of monthly/quarterly reports. Provide input into annual workplans, PMPs, and other programmatic reports. Work with Contracts and Grants to ensure timely acquisition and delivery of services. Other duties as assigned. Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s Degree in international relations, political science, international development preferred. Minimum of 4 years of overall work experience in the international development sector with NGO experience a plus. Experience with budget management and oversight of large single project or multiple small projects. Supervisory experience a plus. Experience with program design and project management. Knowledgeable on USAID and non-US based grant and contract proposals, regulations, and procedures. Familiarity with USAID structure and personnel as well as other international donors (DFAT, DFID, GAC). Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Excel required. Strong written and verbal communication skills are required. English required. Proficiency in another regional language Travel up to 10% of time (once safe to travel again). PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT: Standard office work environment, with occasional field travel. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job. How to apply: https://www.**ifes**.org[](https://www.bing.com/search?q=ifes&form;=EDNTHT&mkt;=en-us&httpsmsn;=1&msnews;=1&rec;_search=1&plvar;=0&refig;=d047c72dd2c947c28565caf4c5b74aed&sp;=-1&ghc;=1&pq;=ifes≻=8-4&qs;=n&sk;=&cvid;=d047c72dd2c947c28565caf4c5b74aed#)
Responsable Programme Protection - Paoua, RCA
Country: Central African Republic Organization: Danish Refugee Council Closing date: 7 Jun 2020 Danish Refugee Council, organization de premier plan dans le secteur humanitaire est actuellement à la recherche d’un.e candidat.e hautement qualifié.e pour nous rejoindre en tant que Responsable de Programme Protection. A propos du poste : Le/La protection manager sera responsable de la bonne mise en œuvre des activités de DRC visant à améliorer l'environnement de protection tant au niveau individuel que communautaire dans la préfecture de l’Ouham-Pendé. La/Le responsable gère les équipes d. Les responsabiités et attendus principaux pour ce poste sont : Gestion de Projet Assure un suivi constant des atteintes du projet et des indicateurs d’activités et de process Assure la planification et la mise à jour au minimum mensuelle du chronogramme des activités Assure le suivi de son budget et la planification des dépenses dans le respect des règles DRC et bailleur Établit le plan d’achat avec le département logistique et assure le suivi des achats tout au long des projets Met à jour l’outil de suivi projet et l’outil de suivi budgétaire et le communique à la coordination de manière mensuelle Suit et analyse l’environnement opérationnel du point de vue de la protection, et partage des informations et des donnés contribuant à l’élaboration des stratégies visant à renforcer la réponse de protection de DRC. Gestion d’équipe Assure le recrutement des équipes protection si nécessaire en collaboration avec le département support Assure la gestion quotidienne des équipes de protection y compris les plannings, évaluations et le suivi de carrière Assure la fluidité de la communication au sein de l’équipe et la bonne compréhension des rôles et responsabilités de chacun Renforce les capacités des staffs protection au travers d’un soutien constant ainsi que de sessions de formations spécifiques Soutien technique En collaboration avec la coordinatrice protection, la/le protection manager a la responsabilité de s’assurer que les projets mis en œuvre sont en ligne avec la stratégie, les standards bailleurs et les standards DRC Assure que les activités de DRC soient conformes à tous les standards humanitaires concernant la Protection (SPHERE, IASC, etc) Appui aux équipes pour s’assurer que le programme de protection soit bien ciblé et adapté au contexte Assure que les informations de protection et les informations sensibles soient colletées en conformité avec les standards internes et internationaux sur la protection des données et que ces informations soient analysées mensuellement pour dégager des tendances permettant d’adapter la stratégie et les activités de Protection. Contribue activement à garantir la transversalité de la protection dans tous les programmes mis en œuvre par DRC en Centrafrique Assure des supervisions régulières des activités sur le terrain pour garantir la qualité des interventions Soutien technique permanent aux équipes Monitoring, reporting et développement Développe des outils de suivi programme en coordination avec le département MEAL Écrit les rapports bailleur en coordination avec le département Grants et la coordinatrice Protection Écrit des rapports d’analyse de protection sur une base mensuelle Participe au développement et à l’écriture de nouveaux projets Conduit des évaluations des besoins de manière régulière afin d’informer la stratégie Coordination externe et représentation Assure la coordination et la représentation avec les autres acteurs protection de la zone Assure le partage des informations pertinentes au niveau de la zone et des clusters régionaux. A propos de vous : Expérience et compétences techniques (y compris le nombre d’années d’expérience professionnelle) · Au moins 3 ans d'expérience dans la mise en œuvre de projets de protection sur le terrain dans des situations d'urgence ou de post-urgence avec une ONG internationale; · Expérience prouvée dans des contextes de déplacement ; · Bonne compréhension du droit international humanitaire, des droits humains, du monitoring de Protection, des programmes pour la lutte contre la violence basée sur le genre, pour la Protection de l’Enfance, et sur la cohésion sociale et les solutions durables ; · Très bonne maitrise des principes humanitaires ; · Expérience de travail sur des projets financés par plusieurs bailleurs; · Expérience de supervision et de renforcement de capacités des staffs nationaux; · Très bonnes compétences en rédaction de rapports, suivi des projets, et gestion budgétaire; · Solides compétences organisationnelles, interpersonnelles, de négociation et de communication; · Capacité à faire face à de lourdes charges de travail et de travailler sous pression dans environnement volatile, · Fortement motivé, axé sur les résultats et créatif dans la résolution de problèmes; · Connaissances informatiques en Office, Outlook, etc.; · Bonne compréhension et engagement vis à vis des valeurs de DRC Formation : Diplôme universitaire supérieur en droit, en sciences sociales / politiques ou dans un domaine lié; Certificats professionnels pertinents reconnus en protection (CHS, SPHERE, GBViE, CPiE etc.) sont désirables mais l’expérience terrain est la condition principale Langues : · Maîtrise du français écrit au niveau professionnel et parlé est obligatoire À ce poste, vous devez démontrer les cinq compétences essentielles de la DRC à savoir: Viser l'excellence: vous vous concentrez sur l'obtention de résultats tout en garantissant un processus efficace. Vous vous efforcez de produire un travail précis, approfondi et professionnel avec une utilisation optimale du temps et des efforts. Collaborer: vous coopérez avec et impliquez les parties concernées, recherchant activement leur opinion et partageant des informations clés avec elles. Vous soutenez et faites confiance aux autres tout en encourageant les commentaires. Prendre les rênes: Vous prenez la responsabilité et donnez la priorité à votre travail en fonction de la vision et des objectifs généraux de DRC. Vous prenez l’initiative face à un défi ou une opportunité et vous recherchez des solutions innovantes. Communiquer: vous écrivez et parlez efficacement et honnêtement tout en adaptant votre style et votre ton à la situation. Vous écoutez activement les autres et les impliquez dans le dialogue. Faire preuve d’intégrité: Vous respectez et promouvez les normes les plus strictes en matière de conduite éthique et professionnelle en relation avec les valeurs et le code de conduite de DRC, y compris la protection contre l’exploitation sexuelle, les abus et le harcèlement. How to apply: Nous offrons : Durée de contrat: 5 mois renouvelables Classification du poste: Grade F – Management Band Désignation du lieu d’affectation: Non accompagnée Date de prise de poste souhaitée : Dès que possible Le salaire et les conditions seront conformes aux conditions d’emploi des expatriés du Conseil Danois pour les Réfugiés. Veuillez vous référer à drc.ngo_under_Vacancies. Processus de candidature Tous. Toutes les candidat.e.s intéressé.e.s doivent télécharger 1 exemplaire de leur CV (3 pages maximum) et une lettre de motivation en français. Les candidatures envoyées par courriel ne pourront pas être prises en compte. Date limite pour envoyer votre candidature: 07/06/2020 Pour plus d’information.s à propos du Conseil Danois pour les Réfugiés, veuillez consulter le site web de l’organisation à drc.ngo. https://candidate.hr-manager.net/ApplicationInit.aspx?cid=1036&ProjectId;=159077&DepartmentId;=19106&SkipAdvertisement;=true
Senior Business Development Specialist
Country: United States of America Organization: Management Sciences for Health Closing date: 30 Jun 2020 Overview The Senior Business Development Specialist will work as part of a high performing team to ensure that MSH consistently delivers at or above long-term revenue goals. The Senior Business Development Specialist plays a key role in all aspects of new business acquisition at MSH through three key functions: (1) working with MSH’s technical, programs, and field teams to position MSH to win new business, including contributing to project design and technical, partnering, and staffing strategies; (2) managing proposals to public and private funders, contributing to a highly competitive win rate; (3) developing capacity of MSH staff in business development-related areas. Specific Responsibilities Positioning for Business Development Opportunities (30%) In collaboration with MSH leadership, contribute to annual and multi-year business development strategies that leverage MSH capabilities to identify and win new business opportunities, contributing to financial sustainability across the organization. Within MSH’s target technical, donor, and geographic priorities, serve as a "positioning lead" to identify new business opportunities, ensure up to date donor knowledge, and coordinate geographic relationships with MSH staff, potential partners, and consultants. This includes working collaboratively with designated technical and programs staff to develop and implement intelligence gathering and positioning strategies to strengthen MSH stature, credibility, and likelihood of winning new business. Responsible for coordinating and disseminating business intelligence and positioning information, when assigned to a specific country or specific opportunity. Consider potential opportunities, intelligence, and information from positioning efforts and prepare BRD’s analysis for specific bid recommendations including internal and external resource needs. Support field-based business development activities and preparations for new and follow-on projects, including review of internal and external evaluations of projects. As required, provide direct support to development of field-based proposals. Assist MSH to identify partnering opportunities and to establish new institutional partnerships and manage existing ones. Managing the Proposal Process (50%) Reporting to the Proposal Manager and/or Technical Strategic Lead (TSL), support development of a competitive proposal including win strategy, partner strategy, and cost strategy. Monitor and ensure responsiveness and compliance of the proposals to the solicitation using compliance monitoring and review. Develop, oversee, and maintain the proposal calendar, and monitor adherence to the defined process and deadlines for technical proposals, rosters/recruiting, proposal budgets, production schedules, and quality standards for proposals. Work with the TSL to resolve issues with delays or other roadblocks in the proposal process. Support the TSL in identifying potential partners and defining their scopes of work and negotiations of pre-teaming and teaming agreements. Assist the TSL in coordinating with Cost Proposal Unit staff to develop best-value cost strategies and ensure a unified strategy in both technical and cost proposals. Coordinate with Human Resource Staff to monitor recruitment efforts to meet staffing priorities. Work with proposed partners to be sure that they provide their required information as needed to support the proposal and that they have a positive experience working with MSH. Contribute to, and/or lead, proposal writing as needed. Capacity Development (20%) Foster, build, and maintain MSH staff capacity in development of new or expanded business opportunities for MSH. Other duties and special projects as assigned. Qualifications and Experience Education Bachelor's degree in international public health or a field of study closely related to the assigned responsibilities, or equivalent experience, is required. Experience 4-6 years of experience. Knowledge and Skills Excellent research, data analysis/synthesis, writing, facilitation, graphic design, and presentation skills. Fluency in spoken and written English required. Fluency in French is strongly preferred. Fluency in Spanish or Portuguese is a bonus. Prior experience traveling and/or living and working in a developing country strongly preferred. Ability to travel internationally and domestically. Competencies Excellent interpersonal skills with a demonstrated ability to handle the high-stress environment of business development with diplomacy and a sense of humor. Demonstrated ability to successfully engage and negotiate with local partner organizations. Ability to manage teams; initiate and organize work; think critically; establish priorities and make decisions in a time-sensitive environment; and meet deadlines with attention to detail and quality. Demonstrated good judgment and ability to prioritize multiple tasks simultaneously and work proactively. Strong knowledge of the Microsoft Office products, including Word and Excel. Physical Demands Keyboard use, pulling drawers, lifting papers <10 lbs, availability to travel internationally up to 15%. How to apply: Apply Here
Programme Policy Officer (SC 8) Libya Nationals Only
Country: Libya Organization: World Food Programme Closing date: 25 May 2020 WFP Libya provided its food assistance to some 100,000 vulnerable IDPs, returnees and non-displaced populations on a monthly basis, while extending its life-saving support to newly displaced populations, its emergency school feeding to schoolchildren and its livelihood and resilience support to youth and women in Libya. In parallel, WFP Libya has made greater efforts for capacity strengthening of national counterparts, looking at a strategic partnership with line ministries such as the Ministry of Agriculture, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Local Governance and the Ministry of Social Affairs in Libya. The Job holder is likely to be working under the close support and guidance of a more experienced professional staff member receiving guidance and regular feedback on work performed. He/she will be typically involved in programme or policy activities or similar nature and analytical work of limited complexity. WFP Libya Country Office has decided to locate this position in the Tripoli Programme Unit under the direct supervision of the Head of Programme. As one of the most senior national employees within WFP Libya Country Office, the job holder will extend his/her professional tasks to assist the Management in presenting WFP Libya's position in inter-agency meetings and missions Contribute towards the development of a limited number of projects, plans and processes, ensuring alignment with wider programme policies and guidance. Provide project management support to specific and defined programmes and projects of small to moderate size that are relatively straight forward in nature, ensuring a coordinated approach with wider programmes that complies with WFP standards and procedures. Follow data gathering and monitoring systems ensuring that rigorous quality standards are maintained. Research and analyse policy and operational issues to support senior colleagues in the development of policies, programmes and activities. Contribute to the preparation of accurate and timely reporting on programmes and activities that enable informed decision making and consistency of information presented to stakeholders. Liaise with internal counterparts to ensure effective collaboration, monitor ongoing projects. Support the identification, development and management of potential partnerships to collaborative working leading to improved food assistance packages. Support the capacity building of WFP staff, partners and national government to prepare for and respond to food assistance needs, e.g. through project management support of learning initiatives. Provide guidance to support staff, acting as a point of referral and assisting them with analysis and queries. Plan and manage WFP field operations within the area of assignment to ensure effective and efficient delivery of food assistance and that daily operational issues are timely resolved to prevent losses or delays. Ensure that allocated resources are used efficiently and are in line with agreed plans, and any deviations are reported to the Country Office. Conduct timely monitoring and evaluation of WFP Libya's capacity strengthening activities and prepare accurate and comprehensive reports on the actions and performance with regular and timely submission for the Country Office's review to inform efficient operational planning and decisions. Build effective and collaborative relations with the local authorities and contribute to the expertise sharing and capacity building for effective preparedness and response to food assistance needs. Build partnerships to improve assistance packages, develop and sustain liaison with local government authorities, international and local NGOs, UN agencies, civil societies, beneficiaries and other partners and media engaged in the field of food security. Ensure extensive and frequent presence at project areas, distribution sites and centres Perform any other duties required. How to apply: Please apply by visting the WFP webite https://www.wfp.org/careers Closing date for applications: 25 May 2020
Program Finance Analyst
Organization: charity: water Closing date: 30 Jun 2020 Main areas of focus: Grant appraisal and preparation, program compliance management, international auditing, partner capacity training, budget monitoring, partner financial analysis Location: This opportunity is remote (USA only) or onsite (New York City). As a part of this role, you will be required to travel as much as 30% of the time to developing countries. JOB HIGHLIGHT You’ll monitor and manage charity: water’s funds efficiently by frequently traveling to the field to conduct compliance reviews, audits, and capacity-building training. JOB SUMMARY As a Program Finance Analyst, you’ll be responsible for developing and managing financial tracking, resource flows, reporting, and compliance for a specified portfolio of grants awarded to a variety of partners. Reporting to the VP Programs Operations, you’ll ensure our donors’ dollars are spent efficiently, and our international partners accurately implement our financial policies and procedures. You’ll also partner with the Finance team to enhance and implement our audit and control functions. You’ll work closely with our partners to monitor and improve their financial processes. YOU’LL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR… Supporting the financial assessment of new grant proposals and the review of grant agreements to completion Keeping the grant budget under continuous review, identifying, investigating and reporting budget variances providing regular financial information and analysis to Programs team members as required Coordinating with your programs team to manage timely and reliable water project reporting. Supporting the Finance department’s audit and compliance plans, which may involve assisting in the prioritization of partners and identifying and managing local audit firms that can provide oversight and training for partners Creating and implementing a financial capacity training program and assisting in the prioritization of partners when creating an annual training plan Coordinating stewardship of the organization’s cash while meeting water project implementation timelines Actively benchmarking water program investments against industry best practices Monitoring economic, political, currency, and fiduciary risk exposure to the grant portfolio Assisting in the due diligence process used to financially vet potential partners Contribute proactively with Programs and Finance to improve Program Finance systems and procedures Ensure that grant disbursements, reporting and audit requirements have been met Helping other departments comprehend the financial implications of all aspects of the program Spending about 30% of your time traveling to the field YOU MUST HAVE… 2-4 years relevant experience in a similar capacity for an NGO or a charity A bachelor's degree in finance or a related field Demonstrated experience of financial administration of a portfolio of grants Demonstrated experience of preparation of budgets and grant financial reports, including allocation of project Internal or External Auditing expertise The proven ability to translate technical financial data into informative reports Fluency in English (essential) with superlative communication skills, both spoken and written Advanced Excel skills from formal training Minimum one year of experience working in developing countries IT’S AN ADDED PLUS IF YOU HAVE… A background in Financial capacity training Experience with grant proposals and evaluation French fluency Master’s degree in a relevant field YOU’LL BE SUCCESSFUL IF... You know what you’re doing You have experience not only crunching the numbers but also articulating what they mean and how they are applied to the international nonprofit financial field. You get under the hood Our team digs deep. They jump on planes if they have to. The integrity of our financial data is a core value, so your attention to detail must be impeccable. You’re flexible, a quick responder The problem we’re trying to solve as an organization is dynamic and each day brings fresh and exciting obstacles. You can react quickly and efficiently when called upon to change or pivot. You like special projects and learning new things. You’re a problem solver and strategic thinker We find ways of getting it done at charity: water. We don’t invest time on why it can’t be done. You know how to articulate and roll out solutions, recognizing there are many solutions to the same problem. You find new and effective ways to streamline and create processes to increase efficiency. Your passport has many stamps You have worked and traveled globally so you are comfortable dealing with a myriad of people and situations. You have a team ethos You thrive in a creative, inventive, fast-paced start-up environment, with people who are passionate about their work and mission. You’re excited to work cross-functionally with other departments. TEAM OVERVIEW The Water Programs team works closely with our local partners, vetting, managing, monitoring the programs we fund and acquiring the information we need to report back to our donors. The Water Programs team manages approximately $70 million in donor dollars in 22 countries (and growing) each year. They are the protectors of our transparency pillar ensuring our partners continue to meet our sustainability and reporting requirements. ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW At charity: water, our team of world chargers believe that water changes everything. As a non-profit organization, we work to bring sustainable solutions, providing clean and safe drinking water, to those in developing countries. In 13 years, we’ve been able to bring healthier living conditions to over 10 million people in 28 countries. With the inner makings of a mid-size tech startup, we’re reinventing charity through endless innovation and contagious passion. When we’re not eating pizza, gathering for Bagel Breakfasts, or Friendsgiving Feasts, we’re working side-by-side to create beautifully crafted stories and a powerful brand that inspires a whole new kind of generosity. How to apply: Please apply via our website: https://my.hirehive.io/charity-water/jobs/64129/program-finance-analyst
Emergency Response Officer (ERO)
Country: Greece Organization: Lighthouse Relief Closing date: 25 May 2020 Department: Emergency Response Location: Skala Sikamineas, Lesvos, Greece Start date: Mid-June, COVID-19 mitigation measures allowing Duration: Three month contract, to be renewed upon mutual agreement Context: The Emergency Response Officer (ERO) supports the Emergency Response Coordinator in running Lighthouse Relief’s operations on the north of Lesvos, taking the necessary steps to ensure our teams of volunteers are always trained and ready to respond. The ERO takes an active role in all operations, and acts as a leader on the ground, guiding volunteers and ensuring that all operations are prepared and implemented to the highest standard. The successful candidate will have a strong ability to lead and motivate a team, often in challenging situations and with limited resources. The candidate will be flexible, displaying an active commitment to all tasks and a firm grasp of the humanitarian and political context. In addition to its operational aspects, the role also includes administrative tasks, which require strong organisational skills. Reports to Emergency Response Coordinator Key responsibilities Support the Emergency Response Coordinator in emergency response operations; Play an active part in all operations and take the lead on key operational tasks; Manage a team on a daily basis, facilitating training for a revolving/consistently changing volunteer pool; carry out inductions, follow ups and exit interviews for departing volunteers Ensure programmes are run to the highest standard while managing specific short-term projects as and when the need arises; Maintain high-quality equipment such as spotting equipment and vehicles; Undertake administrative tasks, including volunteer registration with local authorities, recruiting and facilitating the arrival of new volunteers, etc; Take responsibility for budgeting and accounting as pertains to costs associated with emergency response operations; Liaise and coordinate with key partners on a daily basis; Manage NFI stock, including collaborating with donors and facilitating shipments of NFI donations in cooperation with the Lesvos Logistics Officer; Coordinate, together with the Lesvos Logistics Officer, the distribution of non-food items when arrivals are present. Distribution responsibilities include but are not limited to scheduling volunteers, leading the team, and working alongside other actors; Ensure the safety of volunteers; Identify opportunities to improve the experience of beneficiaries and take initiative in enacting them; Liaise, in coordination with the Emergency Response Coordinator, with key external parties including UNHCR, national authorities and Frontex, as well as the local community and partner organisations; Represent LHR positively and professionally through all interactions with internal and external stakeholders (volunteers, media, locals, authorities, general public, etc.). Required Minimum age 23 years Reliability, flexibility and adaptability to a changing context Experience of working in emergency response Holding an international driving license for a manual car for at least one year and experience of driving 4x4 cars off road Ability to lead, train and motivate a team of volunteers from a variety of backgrounds Proven ability to work well in a high pressure environment, in a professional way, under minimal supervision Integrity and a willingness to support wherever needed Strong attention to detail Strong communication skills A high level of both written and spoken English Proficiency in Google Docs/Drive Personal health insurance Valid EU Visa for a minimum of 3 months Desired First aid qualification Languages: Greek, Farsi, Arabic or French an advantage Previous work experience in the humanitarian sector How to apply: To apply, please send your CV and cover letter to erc@lighthouserelief.org and cc.greece@lighthouserelief.org by May 25, 2020.
Terms of Reference - Formulation of Implementation Plan for Africa Blue Economy Strategy
Country: Kenya Organization: African Union - InterAfrican Bureau for Animal Resources Closing date: 10 Jun 2020 Background The African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources (AU-IBAR), a specialized technical office of the Department of Rural Economy and Agriculture (DREA) of the African Union Commission (AUC), is mandated to support and coordinate the utilization of livestock, fisheries, aquaculture and wildlife as resources for both human wellbeing and economic development in the Member States of the African Union. The Vision of the AU-IBAR Strategic Plan 2018-2023 is an Africa in which animal resources contribute significantly to integration, prosperity and peace. AU-IBAR’s intervention in the fisheries and aquaculture sector is guided by the Policy Framework and Reform Strategy for fisheries and aquaculture in Africa (PFRS) which is aimed at improving governance of the sector for increased sustainable contribution to food security, livelihoods and wealth creation. Also within the framework of the African Union Agenda 2063, the Africa Blue Economy Strategy environed an inclusive and sustainable blue economy that significantly contributes to Africa’s transformation and growth. The Global Conference on Sustainable Blue Economy was organized in Nairobi, Kenya in November 2018. African leaders at the Conference directed the African Union to work with relevant stakeholders to develop a blue print of Africa’s Blue Economy Strategy that will guide sustainable development and utilization of resources of the Oceans, Seas, Lakes and Rivers for blue economy growth and livelihoods. Accordingly the African Union Inter-African Bureau Animal Resources (AU-IBAR) was requested by the Commissioner of Rural Economy and Agriculture of the African Union Commission to led the process of formulation of the Africa Blue Economy Strategy. The Africa Blue Economy Strategy was eventually developed and subsequently endorsed in October 2019 by the African Union Specialized Technical Committee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Water and Environment (STC-ARDWE). The Africa Blue Economy Strategy is consolidated based on the following five detailed thematic areas considered critical to the Africa blue economy growth: Fisheries, aquaculture, conservation and sustainable aquatic ecosystems Shipping/transportation, trade, ports, maritime security, safety and enforcement Coastal and maritime tourism, climate change, resilience, environment, infrastructure Sustainable energy and mineral resources and innovative industries Policies, institutional and governance, employment, job creation and poverty eradication, innovative financing The Africa Blue Economy Strategy and the Annexes can be sourced from the following link: http://www.au-ibar.org/strategy-documents The STC-ARDWE in October 2019 made further recommendations as follows: The African Union Commission to support adequate awareness creation, capacity building and sharing of best practices of the application of the Blue Economy concept; The African Union Commission to support setting up Blue Governance mechanisms to ensure planning and coordination at continental, regional and national levels; and The African Union Commission to mobilize resources for the implementation of Blue Print for Africa’s Blue Economy Strategy. In light of the above recommendations, AU-IBAR seeks to develop an implementation plan for the Africa Blue Economy Strategy that will be used as a basis for its implementation by AU Member States’ and Regional Economic Communities. Objectives of the Assignment The objective of this assignment is to recruit a consultant or a team of consultants, with diverse expertise in issues that are critical to Africa blue economy development, to develop an implementation plan for the Africa Blue Economy Strategy. It is intended that the implementation plan will provide Africa with the opportunity to effectively develop and sustainably utilize its Blue Economy for her economic development. In this regard, the broad objectives of this assignment are as follows: To develop a five year implementation plan based on the Africa Blue Economy Strategy. The implementation plan that would integrally capture the relevant Africa blue economy components will include activities, implementation timelines, intended outputs, performance indicators and actors. The plan will also recommend coordination mechanisms/modalities and architectures at continental, regional and national levels To prepare a results framework which will be used to track and report on progress on the implementation of the Africa Blue Economy Strategy Methodology of Conducting the Assignment During the implementation plan development process, the Consultant(s) is expected to: Gain access to, and be thoroughly conversant with, the Africa Blue Economy Strategy document and any other relevant documents Interview and hold discussion with the Director and relevant staff of AU-IBAR Consult electronically and/or virtually with relevant staff at AUDA-NEPAD, AUC and RECs Participate in the continental workshop on Blue Economy attended by RECs and selected Member States with a view of gathering more information and stakeholders’ views before the implementation plan is finalized The assignment will be executed primarily from home with electronic interaction with stakeholders. The consultant (s) will also be expected to participate, physically or virtually, in the planned consultative workshop on blue economy. Deliverables/Outputs The consultancy will be expected to submit to the Director, AU-IBAR: A draft inception report within five (5) calendar days of signing the contract. The inception report should demonstrate a clear understanding of the assignment by the consultant(s). The report should also include a detailed work plan, timelines and deliverables of the assignment A first draft Implementation plan for the Africa Blue Economy that will be circulated electronically for inputs of AUDA-NEPAD, AU Commission departments driving implementation of Africa Blue Economy Sectors and the Regional Economic Communities A second draft implementation Plan that will incorporate all comments and suggestions made by the AU and RECs. The second draft will be validated at a continental workshop that will hold in early September 2020 to enhance understanding of the Blue Economy Concept and popularize the Africa Blue Economy Strategy among regional institutions A final implementation plan that will incorporate comments and suggestions made by the Continental Consultative Workshop. Qualification The consultant(s) selected for the assignment will possess an advanced degree in the relevant blue economy fields. A PhD degree in relevant disciplines would be an added advantage. General Experience The successfully team is expected to have the following experiences: At least 5 years combined experience in African blue economy sector Record of engagement and familiarization with relevant blue economy institutions in AU member states Good record of working with regional institutions and specialized regional institutions dedicated to Africa blue economy sector Record of formulation of policies, strategies and frameworks for AU member states and regional institutions in Africa Familiarization of relevant AU and Global instruments related to blue governance Specific Experience Evidence of in-depth knowledge and familiarization of Africa blue economy sector Evidence of formulation of blue economy strategy at national, regional and continental levels Record of formulation of implementation and monitoring frameworks for structured rolling out of similar strategies, frameworks in Africa and/or other tropical regions Experience of overseeing establishment and management of blue economy governance framework or entity Record of evidence of interaction of stakeholders from blue economy sector in the continent Other Essential Attributes Record of good writing skills and scientific publications in relevant fields of blue economy Good experience of facilitating workshops in related fields Record of delivery assignment within tight schedules Proficiency in at least two AU official languages The team will include experienced experts in blue economy thematic areas and strategic planning, who would have carried out similar assignments in Africa. Priority will be given to consultant(s) with experience in developing Blue Economy Strategy and implementation plan documents in Africa. Time Frame for Conducting the Assignment 3 months, cumulatively. Selection Criteria The consultancy will be awarded on the basis of evaluation of CV (s), and of the following proposals submitted by the consultant or organization to AU-IBAR: A Technical proposal on how the applicant will do the assignment: detailed description of the proposed methodology. A financial proposal Consultancy fee for the assignment. Cost of travels should not be included in the proposal as this will be catered for directly by AU-IBAR, if any. Supervision and Approval of Report Under the supervision of the AU-IBAR Senior Fisheries Officer, the Consultant(s) shall work in close consultation with the AU-IBAR Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation team to develop a suitable methodology for conducting this exercise. Equipment The consultant will use his/her own laptop and other data capturing equipment deemed necessary during execution of the assignment. Insurance Cover The consultant will be responsible for his/her own medical and life insurance cover for the duration of the assignment. How to apply: Applications Interested candidates should submit their applications accompanied by a detailed CV, copies of both academic and professional certificates and testimonials, names and addresses of three reputable referees, contact details (e-mail, telephone) by email to: procurement@au-ibar.org with copy to khalid.seid@au-ibar.org, by 10th June 2020 15:00 Kenyan Time.
Aviation Associate SC 6 - Libya Nationals Only
Country: Libya Organization: World Food Programme Closing date: 28 May 2020 The United Nations World Food Programme is the world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. The mission of WFP is to help the world achieve Zero Hunger in our lifetimes. Every day, WFP works worldwide to ensure that no child goes to bed hungry and that the poorest and most vulnerable, particularly women and children, can access the nutritious food they need. Job Purpose To provide and/or oversee a range of coordination, administrative and technical activities that support the delivery of a safe and effective air service to the humanitarian community. Accountabilities Provide operational coordination and technical support for air operations, ensuring compliance with WFP standards, including risk management processes, to support safe and effective air operations for humanitarian community. Liaise with airport officials, other local authorities and external parties in order to obtain necessary clearances, documentation and authorisations required for air operations. Carry out pre-flight actions to ensure that all registered passengers and cargo are duly carried on the flight in coordination with crew to ensure safe flights. Collate all post-flight documentation in order to confirm flights have taken place in compliance with established conditions and, occasionally, review and evaluate the performance of air operators Resolve or escalate operational problems, using initiative, liaising with all parties, and navigating complex security landscapes, to ensure their timely resolution in adherence with WFP standards. Support negotiation of local service contracts in order to establish effective partnerships on optimal terms and conditions facilitating air operations. Research and analyse data, and produce technical reports that enable decision-making and support planning, execution and reporting in order to ensure contractual performance Update and further develop existing databases and records, ensuring that relevant information is accurate, organised and available for others to access, and supports reporting requirements. Respond to customer queries, following standard processes and obtaining guidance or escalating as required, to ensure timely resolution of all enquiries with a high standard of client service. Build relationships with internal counterparts, in order to support the alignment of aviation activities with wider programmes and ensure a coherent approach to air operation. Supervise the work of other staff, providing practical advice and guidance, to ensure individual and team objectives are delivered to agreed standards and deadlines. Make evidence-based recommendations, and support process reviews and improvements in methods and practices, in order to maximise the performance of air operations and related activities. Establish or maintain minimum procedures necessary to ensure a sound safety management system for the conduct of air operations. Follow standard emergency preparedness practices to support WFP to quickly respond in its core areas at the onset of a crisis. How to apply: Please apply by visiting the WFP website https://www.wfp.org/careers Closing date for applications 28 May 2020
Monitoring Assistant SC 4 (LIVELIHOODS) - Libya Nationals Only
Country: Libya Organization: World Food Programme Closing date: 25 May 2020 ACCOUNTABILITIES: Within delegated authority, the Monitoring Assistant will be responsible for the following duties (not all inclusive, nor exhaustive): Perform specialized and/or standardised processes and activities within the specific technical area of work supporting alignment with wider programme policies and guidelines; Provide project management and/or general office support following established targets and WFP’s policies and procedures; Within the specific area of responsibility, compile data and support analysis and preparation of reports (e.g. food assistance needs, resource utilization, programme status, performance) in order to support operational decision-making; Perform accurate, timely recording of data within the specific technical area of work (e.g. food security and vulnerability assessments) following corporate standards and guidelines; Work and exchange information with internal counterparts to support effective collaboration, implementation and monitoring of ongoing project activities; Travel as needed to locations in and around Sirte in order to support WFP activities Support communication and activities with local partners, agencies, NGOs and government institutions; Act as a point of contact for resolution of general operational queries requesting assistance where necessary; Follow standard emergency preparedness practices to ensure WFP is able to quickly respond and deploy needed resources to affected areas at the onset of the crisis; Perform any other duties required. How to apply: Please apply by visiting the WFP website https://www.wfp.org/careers Closing date for applications 25 May 2020
Monitoring Assistant SC 4 (GFA) - Libya Nationals Only
Country: Libya Organization: World Food Programme Closing date: 25 May 2020 Within delegated authority, the Monitoring Assistant will be responsible for the following duties (not all inclusive, nor exhaustive): Perform specialized and/or standardised processes and activities within the specific technical area of work supporting alignment with wider programme policies and guidelines; Provide project management and/or general office support following established targets and WFP’s policies and procedures; Within the specific area of responsibility, compile data and support analysis and preparation of reports (e.g. food assistance needs, resource utilization, programme status, performance) in order to support operational decision-making; Perform accurate, timely recording of data within the specific technical area of work (e.g. food security and vulnerability assessments) following corporate standards and guidelines; Work and exchange information with internal counterparts to support effective collaboration, implementation and monitoring of ongoing project activities; Support communication and activities with local partners, agencies, NGOs and government institutions; Act as a point of contact for resolution of general operational queries requesting assistance where necessary; Follow standard emergency preparedness practices to ensure WFP is able to quickly respond and deploy needed resources to affected areas at the onset of the crisis; Perform any other duties required. How to apply: Please apply by visitng the WFP website[ https://www.wfp.org/careers ](https://www.wfp.org/careers)Closing date for applications 25 May 2020
IT Operations Associate SC 6 - Libya Nationals Only
Country: Libya Organization: World Food Programme Closing date: 25 May 2020 The United Nations World Food Programme is the world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. The mission of WFP is to help the world achieve Zero Hunger in our lifetimes. Every day, WFP works worldwide to ensure that no child goes to bed hungry and that the poorest and most vulnerable, particularly women and children, can access the nutritious food they need. Job Purpose To coordinate and guide Information Technology maintenance and support activities to enable the effective delivery of IT services. Accountabilities Carry out system and hardware maintenance tasks, such as running specialised network monitoring and system protection, to ensure technology is running effectively. Monitor technology reliability, identify user needs, analyse data and produce accurate reports in order to recommend IT solutions to support informative decision-making. Resolve queries independently, escalating if required, to ensure that standard IT questions are answered and accurate information is provided to staff. Provide standard technical training to end users of commonly used technology and systems, in order to assist WFP staff in conducting their work. Provide guidance and training to junior colleagues in the delivery of IT support services to support the capability building of staff. Support the co-ordination of new application implementation in order to provide WFP staff with the tools they need to perform effectively. Draft standard material such as end-user and technical documentation to ensure staff have access to required information about IT services and products. Implement improvements to methods and processes within the IT division in order to support the continuous improvement of IT services provided. Coordinate installation and maintenance of telecommunications systems and equipment, to ensure optimal services in compliance with standard operations procedures. Coordinate a team of IT staff to ensure individual and team objectives are met in compliance with all relevant regulations and policies. Follow set emergency response processes and procedures as required to provide support in enabling emergency food assistance needs to be met https://career5.successfactors.eu/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=121850&company;=C0000168410P&username;= How to apply: Please apply by visiting the WFP website[ https://www.wfp.org/careers Closing date for applications 25 May 2020
IT Operations Assistant SC 5 - Libya Nationals Only
Country: Libya Organization: World Food Programme Closing date: 25 May 2020 https://career5.successfactors.eu/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=121928&company;=C0000168410P&username;=The United Nations World Food Programme is the world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. The mission of WFP is to help the world achieve Zero Hunger in our lifetimes. Every day, WFP works worldwide to ensure that no child goes to bed hungry and that the poorest and most vulnerable, particularly women and children, can access the nutritious food they need. Job purpose To deliver high quality technical support, system and data maintenance across a range of areas, in order to contribute to the effective delivery of IT services. Accountabilities 1.Carry out system maintenance tasks, such as performing monitoring tasks, running system diagnostics, and system optimisation, to ensure they are running effectively and enable easy and efficient use. Maintain technology, including standard repairs, configuration, and storage, in accordance with data security and access controls to ensure IT equipment required for WFP staff is available. Prepare files and systems for inventory and archives, such as website content and directories, to ensure information is accurate and up-to-date. Allocate tasks to other colleagues, ensuring that tasks are delivered to agreed standards and deadlines, to support the effective delivery of services. Respond to a variety of queries about technology and systems in order to assist WFP staff to deliver their services. With support of senior colleagues, provide standard training to end users of technology and systems to ensure staff use standard technology and systems effectively. Perform routine deployments of server hardware and software, including testing and the identification of problems, to contribute to the effective functioning of technology. Responsible for maintaining information records such as updating web pages and statistical databases to ensure the information is current and well organised. Install, operate and maintain telecommunications systems and equipment, to ensure optimal services in compliance with standard operations procedures. Support the development of standard material such as training documentation and web content on behalf of senior officers, to ensure staff have access to required information about IT services and products. Suggest improvements to methods and processes in order to support the continuous improvement of IT services. Follow set emergency response processes and procedures as required to provide support in enabling emergency food assistance needs to be met. How to apply: Please apply by visiting WFP website https://www.wfp.org/careers Closing date for applications 25 May 2020
Business Support Assistant SC 4 - Libya Nationals Only
Country: Libya Organization: World Food Programme Closing date: 25 May 2020 The United Nations World Food Programme is the world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. The mission of WFP is to help the world achieve Zero Hunger in our lifetimes. Every day, WFP works worldwide to ensure that no child goes to bed hungry and that the poorest and most vulnerable, particularly women and children, can access the nutritious food they need. Job Purpose To deliver standard business support processes for a specific professional area of work, to facilitate effective service delivery. Key Accountabilities Gather information with clear direction to support the drafting of documents and preparing reports by other staff. Respond to queries and escalate where appropriate, in order to provide a timely and accurate service to clients. Support processing and managing routine administrative and financial tasks in various functional areas, to contribute to the effective and timely management of resources. Provide revision and proof-reading services for standard documents, to contribute to the development of accurate documentation. Take responsibility for the maintenance of set standard systems and files, to ensure information is accurate and readily available for the function. Identify simple discrepancies in statistics and data, such as missing information, and report to senior staff in order to support clients to deliver their work. Take responsibility for data integrity to facilitate availability of accurate information in corporate systems.8. Provide guidance on routine business support methods and practices to junior colleagues to ensure services are delivered consistently and to the required standards. Work with a variety of individuals, taking on feedback where appropriate to assist in business support delivery for staff. How to apply: Please apply by visiting the WFP website https://www.wfp.org/careers Closing date for applications 25 May 2020
Aviation Assistant SC 5 - Libya Nationals Only
Country: Libya Organization: World Food Programme Closing date: 25 May 2020 The United Nations World Food Programme is the world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. The mission of WFP is to help the world achieve Zero Hunger in our lifetimes. Every day, WFP works worldwide to ensure that no child goes to bed hungry and that the poorest and most vulnerable, particularly women and children, can access the nutritious food they need. The Libya Country office is recruiting an Aviation Assistant JOB PURPOSE To perform a range of coordination and administrative activities that contribute to the safe and effective air service to the humanitarian community. KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES (not all-inclusive) Perform operational coordination and administration of air operations, ensuring compliance with WFP standards, including risk management processes, to support safe and effective air operations. Liaise with airport officials and other local authorities in order to obtain necessary clearances, documentation and authorisations required for air operations. Carry out pre-flight actions to ensure that all registered passengers and cargo are duly carried on the flight, in coordination with crew to ensure safe flights, escalating issues to a supervisor. Collate all post-flight documentation in order to confirm flights have taken place and in compliance with established conditions. Research, collate and report on aviation related information, to enable decision-making and facilitate air transportation planning, execution and reporting in order to ensure contractual performance. Update and maintain relevant databases and records, ensuring that relevant information is accurate, organised, accessible to others, and supports reporting requirements. Respond to client queries, following standard processes and obtaining guidance or escalating as required, to ensure timely resolution of all enquiries with a high standard of client service. Liaise with internal counterparts in order to carry out duties successfully, support the alignment of aviation activities with wider programmes, to facilitate a coherent approach to air operations. Provide support to other staff, assisting them in completing tasks to agreed standards and deadlines. Support process reviews, and improvements in methods and practices, in order to maximise the performance of air activities and related operations. Follow standard emergency preparedness practices to support WFP to quickly respond in its core areas at the onset of a crisis. How to apply: Please apply by visiting the WFP website https://www.wfp.org/careers Closing date for applications 25 May 2020
Programme Associate (SCOPE) SC 6- Libya Nationals Only
Country: Libya Organization: World Food Programme Closing date: 25 May 2020 Since November 2019, the United Nations World Food Programme Libya Country Office has introduced beneficiary registration and tracking through the corporate system, SCOPE, for increased accuracy and availability of data. WFP progressively registers all beneficiaries using its corporate digital beneficiary and transfer management system, SCOPE. To provide field-level technical support and supervisor to internal and external SCOPE users , WFP Libya Country Office has decided to locate this potion "Programme Associate - SCOPE (CBT)" in Benghazi Programme Unit of the Country Office under the direct supervisor of the Tunis-based International CBT Coordinator. Accountabilities Provide technical support and assist in the development and implementation of various activities and processes within the specific area of work supporting alignment with wider programme policies and guidelines. Provide specialized project management support to specific and/or defined programmes to ensure that the various activities are performed within the established targets following WFP’s policies and procedures. Within the specific area of responsibility, prepare a range of reports and data analysis (e.g. food assistance needs, resource utilization, programme status, performance) and highlight trends/issues ensuring deliverables adhere to corporate standards and quality control. Ensure and/or perform accurate, timely recording of data within the specific technical area of work (e.g. assistance programmes, food security and vulnerability assessments) and consistency of information presented to stakeholders. Liaise with internal counterparts to support effective collaboration, implementation and monitoring of ongoing project activities. Coordinate and communicate with local partners, agencies, NGOs and government institutions to perform accurate food security analyses and to ensure efficient delivery of food assistance. Support the capacity building of WFP staff, cooperating partners and national government within the specific technical area. Act as a point of contact for resolution of a range of operational queries and problems within a specific technical area of responsibility. Oversee and/or review the work of other support staff, providing practical advice and guidance, to contribute to delivering objectives to agreed standards and deadlines. Follow standard emergency preparedness practices to ensure WFP is able to quickly respond and deploy needed resources to affected areas at the onset of the crisis How to apply: Please apply by visiting the WFP website https://www.wfp.org/careers Closing date for applications 25 May 2020
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