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  • Mozambique: Education Officer, NO-2, Maputo, Mozambique, #19786 (open for Mozambican nationals only)


    Organization: UN Children's Fund
    Country: Mozambique
    Closing date: 03 Sep 2017
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    UNICEF works in 190 countries and territories to protect the rights of every child. UNICEF has spent 70 years working to improve the lives of children and their families. Defending children's rights throughout their lives requires a global presence, aiming to produce results and understand their effects. UNICEF believes all children have a right to survive, thrive and fulfill their potential – to the benefit of a better world.

    For every child, Hope

    UNICEF and partners in support to the Government of Mozambique are committed to address key challenges faced by children and women and help them fully realize their full rights. Those challenges include high vulnerability to poverty, high level of chronic malnutrition, high rates of child marriage and low access to quality social services. UNICEF is fully committed to guarantee the survival, development, protection and participation of Mozambican children.

    Visit our country site at http://www.unicef.org.mz/en/

    How can you make a difference?

    Under the oversight of the Education Specialist, P3, focused on Access and Retention, you will coordinate and advise on activities related to two areas: cross-cutting issues - including gender, violence against children, prevention of early pregnancy and marriages; and inclusive education – technical support to MINEDH in the development and implementation of the Inclusive education mid-term strategy.

    More specifically, you will provide technical support to MINEDH and Provincial DPECs in the implementation of the Gender Strategy, provincial action plans and the national strategy on Child Marriage; support MINEDH in the operationalization of the Violence Against Children mechanisms at the school and community levels; provide support to the process of the development of the inclusive education action plan; and lead overall programmatic and financial monitoring of the relevant work plan outputs.

    As anadvocatefor every child you will have…

  • A University Degree in education, psychology, sociology or other social science field.
  • A minimum of 2 years of professional experience in social development planning and management in education and related areas at the international and/or in a developing country is required. Relevant experience in education and related areas, program/project development and management in a UN system agency or organization is an asset. Strong experience in the area of gender, child marriage and children with disabilities, an asset. Solid experience in working with the Ministry of education and strong programme management skills desirable.
  • Fluency in English and Portuguese are required.
  • For every Child, you demonstrate…

    Our core values of Commitment, Diversity, and Integrity and core competencies in Communication, Working with People, and Drive for Results, as well as functional competencies in Analysing, Applying technical expertise, Learning and researching, Planning and organizing.

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply.


    How to apply:

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=506715

  • Syrian Arab Republic: Safety and Security Manager


    Organization: CARE USA
    Country: Syrian Arab Republic
    Closing date: 15 Sep 2017

    As the Syrian conflict enters its sixth year, no end to the fighting is apparent. Internally, an estimated 7m+ people are displaced, highlighting the massive humanitarian need. Additionally, over 3.6m Syrian refugees are now hosted across the region, many in countries with their own set of domestic priorities and concerns in which events in Syria and the influx of refugees are playing a key role. The burden on host-country infrastructure and resources persists, while the spill-over conflict impact continues to develop and destabilize the security environments of neighbors.

    CARE is scaling up response efforts within the Middle East as it is obvious that there will be a clear humanitarian need in the years to come both inside Syria – depending on risk parameters – and in neighboring countries.

    CARE is seeking a Safety and Security Manager (NES) who will responsible for maintaining oversight of safety and security policy and strategy, developing contextual analysis, building capacity within the Country Office and Hub office safety and security teams, and developing and implementing context appropriate CARE safety protocols and procedures across CARE’s field and program locations as they relate to CARE’S Syrian emergency response. This position is based in Derike town, Al Malikkeyah, Syria, with a significant portion of time spent visiting field locations and providing support to CARE’s Emergency Response Team.

    The position is detached from the Country Office to provide direct support to the Area Manager and the North East Syria Hub. The SSM (NES) will report to and be supported in this role by the Safety Security Manager (Syria), and CARE’s Safety and Security Unit (CSU) to assure oversight for hub operations inside Syria. The SSM (NES) will supervise the SSO (NES). The focus will be on a connected security strategy that coordinates with the Country Office located in Amman, Jordan.

    Whilst supporting the overarching CSU mission objective – providing the safest possible working environments for CARE staff – the SSM (NES) will support the CARE’s work with staff, partners, communities and peers to enhance the capacity of the assigned Hub office, providing routine and timely analysis and incident reports to the Area Manager and SSM (Syria), deploying as needed in support of program teams, and developing local field protocols for the management of safety and security of the assigned programmatic hub.

    All operational security matters will remain the responsibility of the supporting Country Offices (in which CARE Syria has established programmatic hub), and through them to the relevant CARE Lead Member.

    Key to the success of this post will be the SSM (NES) ability to be able to effectively coordinate across the various stakeholders involved in the emergency response and provide support to the areas it is most needed. One of the key challenges in this operating environment is information; high-quality and timely analysis – complete with actionable advice and recommendations – is a core facet of this role. The post-holder is also expected to be able to solve problems at a local level and demonstrate the ability to produce effective strategies and provide technical advice.

    Responsibilities

    • Planning and Preparation
    • Procedures and Protocols
    • Act in a Crisis
    • Advise and Report
    • Strategy development
    • Analysis and assessment
    • Capacity-building and gap-filling
    • Coordination

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in political science, international relations; humanitarian/development work, security risk management or related field;
    • 5 years of experience of managing security operations for humanitarian organizations;
    • Proven capacity to mentor and coach national staff;
    • Experience writing high-level security risk analysis and/or conflict analysis;
    • At least 3 years of experience of working for a humanitarian agency in a conflict setting;
    • Competent and literate in English, verbal and written, with a sound knowledge of technical expressions;
    • Demonstrated supervisory ability, sound judgment and the ability to work effectively with others at all levels;
    • Strong assessment, evaluation, analysis and strategic planning skills;
    • IT literate, MS – Word, Excel, and PowerPoint;
    • Experience in developing security-related technical tools, guidelines, and systems;
    • Interpersonal communication and proven written / presentation skills;
    • Demonstrated ability to manage under stressful conditions;
    • Demonstrated knowledge of the historical and socio-political context of Middle East.

    How to apply:

    Please click on the job link below to send your cover letter and resume.

    Link to job posting: https://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp02/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=CAREUSA&cws=1&rid=3890

  • Switzerland: Batch Vacancy: HR Business Partners/Managers, P-4, Geneva, New York & Dakar


    Organization: UN Children's Fund
    Country: Switzerland
    Closing date: 11 Sep 2017

    UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential. Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone.

    And we never give up.

    Click here to learn more about UNICEF: https://youtu.be/E1xkXZs0cAQ

    UNICEF, for every Child

    UNICEF is seeking to recruit Human Resources Business Partners/ Managers at level (P-4) for offices globally to join our efforts to deliver better results for children, through effective and strategic business partnering. There are vacant posts in Dakar, Geneva, New York and potentially in other locations. Suitable candidates not appointed for identified positions, will be included in our talent group and considered for future openings globally. This is a great opportunity be part of the ongoing HR Reform to design best in class strategies to build and strengthen UNICEF’s talent worldwide to deliver business results for children.

    How Can You Make a Difference?

    Under the supervision of the Section/Regional Chief of HR, the Human Resources Business Partner/ Manager will be responsible for the development and execution of people strategies to attract and retain talent in various sectors in UNICEF offices. Through staff engagement and partnering with managers, successful candidates will contribute to the achievement of results for children by developing innovative approaches that are staff-centric and leverage their networks to identify emerging trends in people strategy to address organizational needs.

    Key functions of a P4 HR Business Partner/ Manager in UNICEF includes the following:

  • Act as a trusted partner and advisor to managers and staff globally on all HR matters.
  • In collaboration with Global Centres of Expertise, provide technical expertise and policy guidance in talent management (strategic staffing, performance management & career development, learning & development) and effective staff-management relationship;
  • Partner with managers and staff to embed UNICEF values of ethics, integrity, transparency, and fairness in office cultures.
  • Use data analysis to influence strategic decisions and to address organizational challenges to talent management.
  • Promote and coordinate initiatives that support organizational change.
  • Promote the organizational goals for gender equity and geographic diversity.
  • Drive the achievement of HR results by leveraging resources, developing performance standards and results planning and monitoring.
  • Supervise the work of HR staff, strengthen HR capacity and capture lessons learnt for organizational and individual learning.
  • Contribute to the development and implementation of innovative strategies to support emergency preparedness and response including development of talent pipelines and succession plans.
  • Provide coaching and mentoring to junior staff within respective business units.
  • Act as a key member of Divisional and Regional HR leadership teams.
  • HR Business partner/ Manager in the Emergency Response team in New York, will be required to travel 70-80% of time to support field offices in emergency response.

    To qualify as a Champion for every Child you will have…

  • An Advanced University Degree in human resource management, business management, international relations, psychology or other related social science field is required.
  • A minimum of eight years of increasingly responsible professional experience in human resources management in an international organization and/or large corporation is required.
  • Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of another official UN language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, and Spanish) is an asset. *For some of these positions French is a requirement.
  • Come join us as we innovate at scale and truly make a difference for children! UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply. Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.


    How to apply:

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=506713

  • United States of America: Senior Director, Food, Nutrition & Livelihoods Security (FNLS)


    Organization: Project Concern International
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 18 Sep 2017

    The Senior Director, Food, Nutrition & Livelihoods Security (FNLS) is responsible for leading and growing PCI’s work and reputation in FNLS. The Senior Director is accountable for expanding quality FNLS programming, consistent with our mission and strategic priorities. S/he will represent PCI to our key donors and will engage in appropriate DC and international networks and forums for optimal visibility and positioning. The Senior Director will identify, pursue, and lead the process of securing strategic FNLS growth opportunities both with existing donors, and with new and non-traditional donors and investors, including the private sector. S/he will build networks and create strategic alliances/partnerships in support of robust FNLS program growth, including those related to documentation and research. Specific areas of focus are integrated food and nutrition security, climate-smart agriculture, nutrition-friendly agriculture and the development of market-focused livelihoods. Expanding our FNLS portfolio will be achieved in coordination with other key technical sectors (Humanitarian Assistance and Resilience, Health and Nutrition), key cross-cutting areas (Gender/Women Empowered, Local Capacity Strengthening, Strategic Information for Impact, Innovation), as well as the New Business Development Unit (NBDU) and Development Department. The Senior Director will work closely with the Deputy Director, FNLS to oversee and manage the FNLS Unit, and will coordinate closely with other units and departments at the International Office (IO) as well as with.in-country project implementation teams.


    How to apply:

    https://pciglobal-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&jobid=539&...

  • United States of America: Application Support Engineer


    Organization: Chemonics
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 02 Sep 2017

    Chemonics seeks a manager to join our Finance Systems team. This position is responsible for the day-to-day administration, management and support of financial systems and software, which may include accounting, budgeting, financial reporting, timekeeping, expense reporting, allowances processing, custom reporting, and database management. The manager also coordinates with the Information Technology (IT) division and external vendors to maintain and upgrade relevant software packages. If you are interested, please discuss this opportunity with your supervisor before applying. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Provide day-to-day support for Chemonics financial systems
    • Troubleshoot system and user issues
    • Oversee all aspects of system integration, data-feeds, synchronization of data and data integrity
    • Test software and keep track of system bugs; manage vendor relationships
    • Develop, design and enhance custom SQL, SSRS, Jasper, and Microsoft Access reports; pull data from various systems to create government census reports
    • Evaluate existing financial systems to improve inefficiencies and automate tasks; collaborate with the Digital Transformation team to streamline current processes and facilitate data migration
    • Serve as the liaison between the Finance & Accounting, IT, and Human Resources divisions on issues related to hardware support, integration and data integrity
    • Work with IT to roll out new financial systems and upgrade existing systems including designing, testing, training and developing documentation
    • Participate in the development of the department’s strategic plans, training materials and tools
    • Effectively train and mentor staff on Chemonics' tools and systems
    • Supervise, develop, and evaluate assigned staff; ensure that staff members receive regular constructive performance feedback, prompt resolution of problems, and time and opportunity to grow professionally
    • Define team roles and responsibilities clearly and concisely, promotes strategies for effective teamwork and leadership development, and cultivates collaborative working relationships across the company
    • Foster and demonstrate a workplace inclusive of creating opportunity, serving others, building trust, innovation and exceeding expectations
    • Perform other duties and responsibilities as required

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in computer science, management information systems, or a related field required
    • Minimum three years’ professional experience supporting financial systems or other management information systems required
    • Ability to develop complex SQL queries utilizing SQL and SSRS required
    • Experience providing support to end users required
    • Knowledge of database design, ability to read system maps, or other general knowledge of systems mechanisms required
    • Strong knowledge of MS Office applications required
    • Experience with SQL-based accounting systems, Microsoft Dynamics AX, and/or Oracle Cloud preferred
    • Experience with system integrations preferred
    • Supervisory experience preferred
    • Knowledge of company’s main client and its operations preferred
    • Knowledge of federal contracting cost mechanisms (e.g., CPFF, T&M, FFP, GSA Schedule) preferred
    • Experience living or working in developing countries preferred
    • Strong problem solving skills and an ability to learn rapidly on-the-job
    • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing, and lead presentations, training courses, and effective meetings
    • Capacity to proactively develop solutions to challenges
    • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
    • Strong organizational and work prioritization skills and attention to detail
    • Willingness to work overseas for up to 4-8 weeks per year and to consider long-term overseas assignments
    • Foreign language fluency desired

    How to apply:

    Application instructions:
    Apply through our Career Center at https://chk.tbe.taleo.net/chk05/ats/careers/jobSearch.jsp?org=CHEMONICS&cws=1 by September 1, 2017. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted.

    Chemonics is an equal opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, age, or other legally protected characteristics. Military veterans, AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply.

  • Jordan: Senior Adviser, Regional Strategic Partnerships, P-5, Education Cannot Wait Secretariat, Amman, Jordan


    Organization: UN Children's Fund
    Country: Jordan
    Closing date: 03 Sep 2017

    UNICEF works in 190 countries and territories to protect the rights of every child. UNICEF has spent 70 years working to improve the lives of children and their families. Defending children's rights throughout their lives requires a global presence, aiming to produce results and understand their effects. UNICEF believes all children have a right to survive, thrive and fulfill their potential – to the benefit of a better world.For every child, a future...

    The resource mobilization targets for Education Cannot Wait (ECW) are substantively bigger and more challenging than the current capacity of ECW provides for. In five years, ECW is expected to mobilize $3.5 billion dollars, and yet have only one advocacy/communications/resource mobilization position at P-4 level based in Headquarters (HQs). It is thus imperative to strengthen resource mobilization capacity of ECW. Accordingly, this position was approved by the ECW EXCOM on 11 July 2017.

    As current donors are largely traditional donors in Europe and the United States, it is equally imperative that outreach be made to the Gulf countries. In order to optimize such outreach, this position enables ECW to reach out to non-traditional donors in the Gulf. The job description is tailored for a position with close proximity to, and experience of, Gulf donors, who understands the Middle East and is skilled in guiding ECW supported programming towards results - to be presented through dialogue, effective engagement and communication with Gulf donors.

    For more information on ECW, visit http://www.educationcannotwait.org/

    How can you make a difference? The Senior Adviser for Regional Strategic Partnerships will be based in Amman and report to the Director (Head of Secretariat), Education Cannot Wait (ECW) and provide critical support in the establishment of strategic partnerships with key stakeholders in the Middle East to maximize the impact of ECW's engagements. In this respect, the Senior Advisor will play a lead role in supporting the Director and the ECW team to design, plan and implement ECW supported programmes, and simultaneously leverage financial and technical support from donors and institutions in the Middle East.

    Specifically, the Senior Adviser for Regional Strategic Partnerships will proactively lead on the identification of strategic partnerships with institutions, donors and development/fundraising opportunities in the region, particularly in the Gulf States; and build/maintain these partnerships to foster their active and visible engagement and contribution to the goals of the ECW fund.

    This will involve:

  • Resource Mobilization leadership on investments from the Middle East
  • Technical guidance on ECW supported programming and coordination
  • Support resource mobilization and results monitoring
  • Facilitate collaborative Communications & Advocacy Strategy
  • Support overall management of ECW Secretariat
  • To qualify as a champion for every child you will have…

  • An advanced university degree (Master’s or higher) in one or more of the following disciplines: economics, statistics, finance, education, social sciences, public administration, or other related fields. *A first University Degree in a relevant field combined with 2 additional years of professional experience may be accepted in lieu of an Advanced University Degree.
  • A minimum of 10 yearsofprogressively responsible experience in programming, resource mobilization, coordination, planning, management and results reporting/M&E, humanitarian and development action, and related areas at the international level, including at least 7 years in crisis/emergencies. Experience in the Middle East is required.
  • Relevant professional experience in development and humanitarian programming and management and humanitarian response in a UN system agency, NGOs or multilateral organization is required. Experience of working with Middle East donors, and foundations in crisis contexts, including working with diverse stakeholder groups or multi-stakeholder partnerships is highly desirable.

    Expected technical competencies include:

    o Resource Mobilization: familiarity with Middle East donors including state funds, regional funds, financial institutions/development banks and private sector organizations and networks, and good knowledge of new funding mechanisms in the region including traditional and non-traditional donors. A solid track record in fundraising for major programs and in securing high level and long-term commitments from donors to regional initiatives and humanitarian and development response. Ability to negotiate with donors to best align their financial contributions, and mobilize for joint fundraising to meet shared goals.

    o Engagement with partnerships: (e.g. UN System, Humanitarian Country Teams, Sector Wide Approaches, Global Partnership for Education, Education in Emergency Clusters, Education Provider Forums, Delivering as One, Inter-sectoral partnerships such as in ECD), as well as networking with other key partners. Good knowledge of UN capacity assessment processes and models for implementing partners. Solid experience and knowledge in partnerships models that can be applied by the UN in crisis settings for engaging traditional and non-traditional donors, private sector organizations, and foundations.

    o Development and humanitarian program development, management, and coordination: Solid knowledge of UN programme and project appraisal and review processes and models. Familiarity with program and project implementation modalities in crisis situations, and solid track record in offering management, partnership, and design related solutions to advance and align development and humanitarian responses in contexts of fragility. Ability to provide input and guidance in the design of UN and NGO programmes in partnership with governments, private sector, civil society organizations, and academia. Familiarity with Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and United Nations Development Assistant Framework (UNDAF) related planning frameworks, and ability to align with priorities of Middle East donors and foundations. Ability to translate analytical findings, evidence, and lessons learnt on the ground. Solid knowledge of development models to promoting and strengthen resilience of people in Crisis settings.

  • Familiarity in Middle Eastern culture is required.
  • Developing country work experience and/or familiarity with emergency is considered an asset.
  • Fluency in English and Arabic (written and oral) is required. Knowledge of another official UN language (Chinese, French, Russian or Spanish) or a local language is an asset.
  • For every Child, you demonstrate…

    Our core values of Commitment, Diversity and Integrity and core competencies in Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results.

    This position is classified as “rotational” which means the incumbent is expected to rotate to another duty station upon completion of their tour of duty,

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply.


    How to apply:

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=506682

  • Mali: Country director


    Organization: Chemonics
    Country: Mali
    Closing date: 01 Oct 2017

    Chemonics seeks a country director for the USAID Global Health Supply Chain – Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project in Mali. GHSC-PSM will be the primary vehicle through which USAID procures health commodities, provides technical assistance to improve partner countries' management of the supply chain, and collaborates with key international stakeholders to support global health initiatives. The Mali office will work under three of the project's task orders -- the President's Malaria Initiative; Population and Reproductive Health; and Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health -- to provide commodities, and supply chain technical assistance. The country director will provide overall strategic direction, leadership, program management, and supervision. This is a long-term position based in Bamako, Mali. Please note that Mali is an unaccompanied post. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Maintain positive working relationships with clients and partners, including USAID, Mali Ministry of Health, and local governments and entities
    • Develop and implement annual work plans and budgets that reflect USAID, Mali Ministry of Health, and other stakeholder priorities
    • Ensure the use of appropriate management methodologies to plan, organize, and control resources to achieve project goals
    • Identify capacity gaps and oversee appropriate training for field staff
    • Manage senior-level technical, operations, and monitoring and evaluation staff
    • Develop and implement the project's performance monitoring plan, including commodity security and logistics management indicators and project-wide performance measures
    • Oversee regular data collection and reporting and lead quarterly performance reviews to identify issues and drive evidence-based interventions
    • Develop and implement risk mitigation strategies for procurement and logistics services; assess risks on a quarterly basis and implement risk mitigation strategies
    • Ensure compliance with procurement standard operations procedures, including supplier order fulfillment, order tracker, customs clearance/freight forwarding, storage and distribution, and use of logistics management information systems
    • Coordinate with relevant stakeholders to build the capacity and capability of national systems
    • Report project results to USAID, the Ministry of Health, other funders, and Chemonics' home office; ensure timely submission of deliverables
    • Oversee the operation of the Mali project office in adherence with Chemonics' policies and procedures, including human resource management, procurement, finance, and administration
    • Oversee finances and cash flow and ensure adequate availability of project funds to complete required project work, working with the project management team and the director of finance and operations
    • Participate in the recruitment of staff for the Mali project office in consultation with the home office
    • Lead, mentor, and motivate the in-country team
    • Represent positively the project in meetings and gatherings in-country
    • Coordinate and collaborate with any other Chemonics projects operating in country

    Qualifications:

    • Advanced degree in medicine, public health, supply chain management, or a related field and seven years of experience required; or a bachelor's degree in a related field and 12 years of experience
    • Minimum 10 years of experience in public health program management, pharmaceuticals and medical supplies, and/or supply chain management systems
    • Minimum five years of experience leading development projects overseas; experience working with U.S. government preferred
    • Demonstrated ability to manage and implement complex USAID, CDC, international, or NGO-funded public health project in a developing country context
    • Skilled in leading and managing high-performing teams
    • Proven ability to work collaboratively with host-country officials, donors, and other key stakeholders
    • Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity
    • Fluency in written and oral communication skills in both English and French required

    How to apply:

    Please send electronic submisions includiong your CV and cover letter and list of five references to PSMMaliCountryDirector@gmail.com by October 1, 2017. Please include the name of the position in the subject line. No telephone inquires, please. Finalists will be contacted. ​

  • United States of America: Literature Review Officer


    Organization: International Rescue Committee
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 17 Nov 2017

    Background/IRC Summary: The IRC has been commissioned to design and implement a Rapid Evidence Review (RER) of impact evidence for interventions targeting forcibly displaced populations. The review will inform the development of a framework and roadmap for effective operations targeting forcibly displaced populations with a robust gender lens. The IRC's Research, Evaluation, and Learning Unit is leading this effort.

    Job Overview/Summary: The Literature Review Officer will be responsible for carrying out a search protocol for a research project, including running searches for evidence, organizing search results, and screening the results according to pre-defined criteria. The person should have experience with reviewing academic literature in a field relevant to international development or humanitarian response, have an understanding of rigorous research designs often used for generating causal inference, be detail-oriented, and have an understanding of the intersection of gender with humanitarian response. The assistant will report to the Officer, Evidence to Action. This position will be the equivalent of 8 full time weeks split over the course of August through October.

    Major Responsibilities:

    • Search for and screen research literature using pre-defined search protocol
    • Summarize research results coherently and accurately using data extraction sheets
    • Apply a rigorous understanding of systematic search methodology to problem solve when given results cannot be screened or summarized easily

    Key Working Relationships:

    Position Reports to: Officer, Evidence to Action Position directly supervises: None

    Indirect Reporting: None

    Job Requirements:

    Education: Post-graduate degree in a social science or other relevant field (or working towards a degree) strongly preferred.

    Work Experience: 3-6 years of relevant experience with a combination of systematic literature reviews, experience with the intersection of gender and humanitarian response, and research assistant work. Previous experience as a research assistant on a project involving systematic search methodology strongly preferred.

    Demonstrated Skills and Competencies: Understanding of systematic searches for evidence (e.g. in the context of systematic reviews), ability to carry out systematic search protocols, ability to interpret the methodology and implications of impact evaluation research.

    Language Skills: English required, fluency in French a plus.

    Working Environment: Standard work environment.


    How to apply:

    Please follow this link to apply: http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=YXN0cmlkLm1hdGhldy4wNTkwMi4zODMwQGlyYy5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

  • United States of America: Program Associate - Asia


    Organization: Internews Network
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 22 Sep 2017

    GENERAL FUNCTION

    The Program Associate – Afghanistan and Asia Programs position is based in Washington DC and supports projects in Asia and Afghanistan. The Program Associate will provide a broad range of administrative and project support including maintaining administrative systems and editing and writing reports and communication materials.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Collaborate with Asia and Afghanistan field teams to ensure reporting and Monitoring & Evaluation of all projects is completed according to the standards and timeline set by the donor.
    • Ensure timely and professional production of additional project deliverables, such as research papers or evaluations. This will often include copy editing and design, as well as packaging narrative reports for timely submission.
    • Contribute to the development of new project proposals including: desk research, activity design, past performance assessment, proposal writing, and budget narratives;
    • Work with the field teams and Internews Communications department in Washington, D.C. and Arcata, CA to produce communications and outreach materials, including web stories, two-pagers, briefing papers, and fact sheets.
    • Prepare consultant scopes of work and consulting agreements, and, in conjunction with finance team, manage payments made to consultants.
    • Assist with HR related functions, i.e., PSC renewals, recruitment.
    • Maintain Internews' internal knowledge management database with files, documents, and information specific to Asia/Afghanistan programs.
    • Provide support to Asia field offices with procurement requests to Grants and Contracts.
    • Organize international travel and logistics, including visa application support, for Afghanistan-based staff and maintain the travel tracker and travel approval process.
    • Represent Internews at related events and other external meetings as necessary and provide readout notes to team members.
    • Process PSC payments for Afghanistan and process expense claims and reimbursements upon request.
    • Coordinate and track communications between the Kabul subgrants team and headquarters.
    • Coordinate HQ support for local field office registration.
    • Understanding of and demonstrated commitment to upholding Internews’ Core Values.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    • B.A. in International Relations, Political Science, Communications, or a related degree.
    • Highly computer literate with skills in Microsoft Office; InDesign and Photoshop an advantage.
    • Highly organized and detail-oriented, professional and a team player.
    • Demonstrated writing and editing skills.
    • Willing to take early-morning or evening calls on a periodic basis.
    • Must possess an ability to work with people from a diverse range of backgrounds, and sensitivity to different cultures.
    • Experience with international non-governmental organizations or media preferred.
    • Must be self-reliant, resourceful, good problem-solver and good humored.
    • Willingness to travel to Afghanistan occasionally.
    • US work authorization required.

    Benefits Information

    This position is being offered and hired by Internews Network. Benefits will be consistent with Internews Network's offerings and will be reviewed during the hiring process. Additional information can be found on our Internews Benefits page.


    How to apply:

    To apply, please visit our Career Center.

  • Canada: Senior Manager, Program Impact and Knowledge Management


    Organization: Cuso International
    Country: Canada
    Closing date: 01 Sep 2017

    Summary

    The Senior Manager is an expert in international development, program design, monitoring and evaluation and knowledge management who leads a dynamic team of talented program resource people. This champion of high quality, high impact programming combines strategic thinking and passion for development with in-depth understanding of how knowledge is created, consumed and shared for maximum results.

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DELIVERABLES:

    • Create an enabling environment for the design and development of innovative and impactful programs aligned with Cuso International’s Strategic Plan.
    • Develop effective monitoring and evaluation tools and processes to measure program impact and implement a continuous improvement process.
    • Lead a team of technical experts (including Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL), gender equality, social inclusion, inclusive economic growth and environmental sustainability) to support program development and implementation.
    • Spearhead the development of a strong and effective knowledge management system to support all aspects of program knowledge for organizational learning, public outreach and fundraising purposes.
    • Lead the development and the implementation of an organizational MEAL framework.
    • Support the global annual planning and budgeting process for the team and the MEAL cycle for all programs.
    • Proactively identify organizational learning needs and design training programs accordingly.
    • Keep abreast of program development trends and proactively identify opportunities for improvement and innovation to deliver greater impact.
    • Identify key forums, community of practice groups, consultation processes and associations of benefit for Cuso International.
    • Effectively manage the team, establishing objectives and priorities, providing regular supervision, mentorship and coaching and conducting annual performance appraisals.
    • Fulfill other responsibilities, as required by the Senior Director, International Programs, from time to time.

    POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

    Essential:

    • Relevant educational background, preferably Master’s level in a related field
    • Experienced development manager with at least 7 – 10 years experience of working for development agencies at both field and Headquarters level.
    • At least 7 years of experience directly managing a team of professionals
    • Proven experience developing effective knowledge management systems and demonstrated ability to translate knowledge into organizational learning
    • Proven track record of implementing successful MEAL systems
    • Experience in implementing and overseeing innovative programs/processes and demonstrating impact to various audiences
    • Experience in managing a complex and demanding workload, able to effectively prioritize and work independently
    • Strong ability to coach, mentor and inspire team members
    • Excellent strategic thinking and analytical abilities
    • Skilled networker with proven experience at developing, maintaining and influencing relevant agencies and forums across government, civil society and private sector
    • Excellent verbal and written English and French communication skills
    • A committed team player who can work within and across teams and with varied professional skill sets in different cultural contexts and build effective working relationships
    • Willingness to travel internationally and nationally and to be away from home for approximately 30 days a year

    Desirable:

    • Knowledge of Cuso International’s approach to international development.
    • Experience working as a volunteer; with volunteers and/or in a volunteer-sending organization,
    • Fluency in Spanish

    How to apply:

    Expressions of interest should be sent no later than September 1, 2017, 12:00pm EST, to hr.northamerica@cusointernational.org quoting reference number SPK-2017-15. To be considered, resumes and cover letters should clearly demonstrate that all of the essential qualifications and language requirements are met.

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  • United States of America: Monitoring & Evaluation Intern


    Organization: United Methodist Committee on Relief
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 25 Aug 2017

    Basic Purpose:

    Support the M&E unit with overall tasks related to monitoring and evaluation design and evaluation. The M&E unit for Global Ministries is responsible for monitoring and evaluating all the departments in relation to the organizational standards set by the United Methodist Church. Activities that fall within Global Ministries include providing scholarships, supporting missionaries, training social justice workers, and providing grants in a range of sectors including community development, global health and relief.

    Job Description:

    The Monitoring and Evaluation Intern will be supporting the Senior Manager, M&E in specific projects related to design and data collection. Possible tasks include (but not limited to):

    • Designing logical frameworks for pre-existing programs within Global Ministries, including identifying objectives and incorporating pre-existing monitoring systems when appropriate

    • Collate, assess and make recommendations for baseline information related to the Global Ministries results framework

    • Support in specific evaluation needs as they come up, including but not limited to tool development and overall evaluation review

    • Additional tasks as proposed by supervisor.

      Qualifications:

    • Must be eligible to work in the US for the duration of the internship.

    • Any Degree related to: International Social Development, Non-Profit Management, Public/Business Administration, Public Policy or Public Health,

    • Knowledge of Computer-based Statistical Analysis, such as SPSS would be an asset

    • Basic knowledge in M&E concepts.

    • Experience in logical framework design a plus.


    How to apply:

    Interested and qualified candidates are invited to provide a letter of interest and current resume to rgardner@umcmission.org by midnight August 25th, 2017. The Internship's duration is September 11th through May 31, 2018; a maximum of 20 hours per week. This is a paid internship at $15.00 per hour.

  • France: France : Stage Veille Sécurité Internationale – HQ Paris


    Organization: ACTED
    Country: France
    Closing date: 18 Sep 2017

    Contrat : Stage

    Pays : France

    Durée 6 mois

    Ville : Paris

    Date de démarrage : 04/12/2017

    Présentation d'ACTED

    Depuis 1993, l’association de solidarité internationale ACTED répond aux besoins humanitaires des populations dans les situations de crise et au respect de leur dignité, tout en favorisant et mettant en œuvre des opportunités pour un développement durable, en investissant dans les potentiels de l’Homme.

    ACTED s’engage à répondre aux urgences et à développer la résilience face aux situations de crise, à co-construire une gouvernance effective, et à promouvoir une croissance inclusive et durable.

    Nous œuvrons sur le dernier kilomètre de l’action humanitaire. Notre mission est de sauver des vies et de répondre aux besoins essentiels des populations dans les zones les plus difficiles d’accès. ACTED développe et met en œuvre des programmes à destination des populations les plus vulnérables qui souffrent de violences, des conflits, de catastrophes naturelles ou d’une situation de pauvreté endémique. L’approche d’ACTED dépasse la réponse d’urgence, avec un engagement dans le développement durable et l’accès des communautés aux moyens de subsistance.

    ACTED met en œuvre plus de 450 projets par an auprès de 8 millions de bénéficiaires dans 35 pays, pour un budget de 160 millions d’euros. Nos équipes sont composées de 400 staff internationaux et 4300 staff nationaux.

    Description du pays

    Le siège d’ACTED s’est installé à Paris en 2000 dans le but de coordonner les interventions de l’organisation à l’échelle mondiale.

    Aujourd’hui le siège est composé d’une cinquantaine de salariés dans les départements RH, Finance, Reporting, Audit, HUB logistique, Communication et Sécurité. Ces départements apportent leur soutien aux 34 Directions Pays ainsi qu’aux 3 Directions régionales, comprenant environ 300 expatriés et plus de 4000 salariés nationaux.

    Le siège fait aussi office de point de convergence pour la Direction d’ACTED, à savoir la Directrice Générale, le Directeur du Développement et les seize membres du Conseil d’administration.

    Description du poste

    Le/la stagiaire au département sécurité soutiendra le conseiller sécurité dans de nombreux aspects de ses fonctions, et plus particulièrement dans le suivi des processus et de la documentation. Ses tâches seront effectuées sous les directives et en relation étroite avec le conseiller en sécurité. Le travail sera effectué à partir du bureau de Paris. Aucun déplacement n’est à priori prévu.

    Ces présents Termes de Références ont pour objectif de présenter les différentes tâches attendues de la part du stagiaire.

    Le stage s’organise autour de 5 thèmes principaux :

    1/ Suivi des processus

    2/ Suivi des plans de sécurité pays et analyse contextuelle

    3/ Suivi des contacts terrain

    4/ Suivi des missions terrain

    5/ Suivi de la sureté des bâtiments (bureaux, résidences et entrepôts)**1. Suivi des processus**

    1.1 Plan Sécurité Pays (PSP)

    • Revue des dates de validité et suivi des envois des mises à jour

    • Vérification de la présence des annexes des PSP (plan d’évacuation, liste de contacts d’urgence, …)

    • Suivi du tableur du planning de mise à jour

    • Préparation et suivi du planning de relances auprès des directeurs pays

    • Vérification de la concordance du tableau de suivi global avec le statut des PSP (valide, complet …)

    • Classement et archivage papier

    1.2 Security Incident report (SIR)

    • Suivi des SIR (relances)

    • Classement et archivage papier

    1.3 Manuel de sécurité global

    • Relecture pour proposition de correctifs

    • Extraction sous forme de fiches opérationnelles des « Gestion des Incidents de Sécurité »

    • Diffusion auprès des pays de ces fiches opérationnelles

    • Recherches sur la norme ISO 31000-2009 (31010-2009), analyse et évaluation des adaptations à effectuer du manuel de sécurité pour conformité

    1.4 Livret de Sécurité

    • Suivi des mises à jour
    • Suivi et intégration des cartes REACH positionnant les bureaux d’ACTED

    2. Suivi des plans sécurité pays et analyse contextuelle

    • Vérification de la standardisation de l’ensemble des plans de sécurité pays
    • Extraction des données fournies dans les rapports mensuels envoyés des directeurs pays
    • Intégration pour mise à jour dans les plans sécurité pays
    • Suivi de l’actualité
    • Recherche de documentation pour élaboration des dossiers thématiques
    • Classement et archivage
      3. Suivi des contacts terrain

    • Suivi et mise à jour des correspondants sécurité au niveau de l’ensemble des pays

    • Suivi des phases de sécurité et mise à jour du tableau récapitulatif

    • Suivi des zones interdites (par pays et détails par quartiers dans certaines villes)

    • Suivi des dérogations aux règles générales d’ACTED pour les internationaux

    • Suivi des autorisations de se rendre dans les zones interdites

    • Suivi du livret de sécurité**4. Suivi des missions terrain**

    • Formalisation sous forme de tableaux prévisionnels des missions du département sécurité sur le terrain (conformité et respect des règles de sureté et de sécurité)

    • Assistance à la préparation des missions terrains de sureté et sécurité

    • Transmission des plannings et des informations préparatoires aux directeurs pays

    • Point focal du conseiller sécurité des données et renseignements recueillis lors de ses missions terrains

    • Aide à la rédaction des rapports de mission

    • Classement et archivage des rapports de fin de mission**5. Suivi de la sureté des bâtiments (bureaux, résidences, entrepôts)**

    • Mise en place et suivi du tableau opérationnel synthétique des mises à jour des formulaires SEC 20 et 21

    • Réception des formulaires de demandes

    • Assistance à la consolidation des données en relation avec les baux

    • Suivi des demandes de mise en conformité envoyées par le conseiller sécurité**6. Autre**

    • Traduction de documents internes

    • Soutien au conseiller sécurité lors des missions d’urgence

    Qualifications

    • Formation : Cursus universitaire en Relation ou politique internationale, Sciences Po ou similaire

    • Niveau d'études requis : BAC+4/5

    • Approche rigoureuse et méticuleuse du travail

    • Dynamique, autonome et force de proposition

    • Capacité de communication et de reporting

    • Excellent niveau en anglais, écrit et parlé (contacts quotidiens avec les équipes locales)

    • Intérêt pour les programmes d’aide d’urgence et de développement internationaux

    • Intérêts pour les questions relatives à la sécurité et à la sureté

    Conditions

    • Compensation mensuelle - Minimum légal en vigueur
    • Tickets restaurant
    • 50% frais de transport remboursés.

    How to apply:

    Merci de nous faire parvenir votre candidature en français : CV, lettre de motivation et trois références à l’adresse suivante : jobs@acted.org

    REF : SECU/HQ

  • France: France : Stagiaire Grants Management - Paris


    Organization: ACTED
    Country: France
    Closing date: 18 Sep 2017

    Département : Reporting

    Contrat : Stage

    Pays : France

    Durée 6 mois

    Ville : Paris

    Date de démarrage : 04/12/2017

    Présentation d'ACTED

    Depuis 1993, l’association de solidarité internationale ACTED répond aux besoins humanitaires des populations dans les situations de crise et au respect de leur dignité, tout en favorisant et mettant en œuvre des opportunités pour un développement durable, en investissant dans les potentiels de l’Homme.

    ACTED s’engage à répondre aux urgences et à développer la résilience face aux situations de crise, à co-construire une gouvernance effective, et à promouvoir une croissance inclusive et durable.

    Nous œuvrons sur le dernier kilomètre de l’action humanitaire. Notre mission est de sauver des vies et de répondre aux besoins essentiels des populations dans les zones les plus difficiles d’accès. ACTED développe et met en œuvre des programmes à destination des populations les plus vulnérables qui souffrent de violences, des conflits, de catastrophes naturelles ou d’une situation de pauvreté endémique. L’approche d’ACTED dépasse la réponse d’urgence, avec un engagement dans le développement durable et l’accès des communautés aux moyens de subsistance.

    ACTED met en œuvre plus de 490 projets par an auprès de 11 millions de bénéficiaires dans 35 pays, pour un budget de 190 millions d’euros. Nos équipes sont composées de 300 staff internationaux et 4300 staff nationaux.

    Description du pays

    Le siège d’ACTED s’est installé à Paris en 2000 dans le but de coordonner les interventions de l’organisation à l’échelle mondiale.

    Aujourd’hui le siège est composé de 40 personnes dans les départements RH, Finance, Reporting, Audit, HUB logistique et Communication. Ces départements apportent leur soutien aux 30 Directions Pays ainsi qu’aux 3 Directions régionales, comprenant environ 300 expatriés et plus de 4000 salariés nationaux.

    Le siège fait aussi office de point de convergence pour la Direction d’ACTED, à savoir la Déléguée Générale, le Directeur du Développement et les quinze membres du Conseil d’Administration.

    Description du poste

    Au sein d’une équipe de 3 salariés, vous serez en charge du soutien général à l’activité du service et notamment :

    • suivi des processus de reporting mensuel terrain / siège

    • suivi de certaines propositions de projets et rapports d’avancement de projet

    • suivi des projets culturels menés dans le cadre de nos activités au centre culturel Bactria à Douchanbé

    • filing des projets papier et électronique (étiquetage, rubriques etc.)

    • classement du courrier afférant aux projets (courriers interne et externe)

    • mise à jour de la banque de données projets

    • Soutien au service en fonction des urgences par zone géographique

    • Recherches préliminaires en vue des préparations de propositions de projets et perspectives de financement.

    • Suivi des mises à jour des bailleurs de fond d’ACTED

    • Soutien à la gestion des relations extérieures / partenariats d’ACTED

    En lien avec les équipes reporting terrain et le service communication d’ACTED Paris, vous participerez à la politique de communication d’ACTED et notamment :

    • soutien à la préparation de la newsletter mensuel

    • préparation du rapport annuel

    • soutien à la préparation des événements ACTED et communications

    Qualifications

    Formation : Etudes en Sciences Politiques ou relations internationales

    • Dynamique, autonome, goût des contacts et force de proposition

    • Intérêt pour les programmes d’aide d’urgence et de développement internationaux

    • Excellentes qualités de rédaction et capacité de synthèse

    • Excellent niveau en anglais, écrit et parlé

    • Bonne connaissance suite Office (notamment Word et Excel), suite Adobe, gestion de listes emails

    Conditions

    • Compensation mensuelle selon la base légale

    • Tickets restaurant

    • Remboursement de 50% du titre de transport


    How to apply:

    Merci de nous faire parvenir votre candidature en français : CV, lettre de motivation et trois références à l’adresse suivante : jobs@acted.org

    REF: GMI/HQ

  • France: France : Stagiaire Contrôle de Gestion - Paris


    Organization: ACTED
    Country: France
    Closing date: 18 Sep 2017

    Département : Finance

    Contrat : Stage

    Pays : France

    Durée 6 mois

    Ville : Paris

    Date de démarrage : ASAP

    Présentation d'ACTED

    Depuis 1993, l’association de solidarité internationale ACTED répond aux besoins humanitaires des populations dans les situations de crise et au respect de leur dignité, tout en favorisant et mettant en œuvre des opportunités pour un développement durable, en investissant dans les potentiels de l’Homme.

    ACTED s’engage à répondre aux urgences et à développer la résilience face aux situations de crise, à co-construire une gouvernance effective, et à promouvoir une croissance inclusive et durable.

    Nous œuvrons sur le dernier kilomètre de l’action humanitaire. Notre mission est de sauver des vies et de répondre aux besoins essentiels des populations dans les zones les plus difficiles d’accès. ACTED développe et met en œuvre des programmes à destination des populations les plus vulnérables qui souffrent de violences, des conflits, de catastrophes naturelles ou d’une situation de pauvreté endémique. L’approche d’ACTED dépasse la réponse d’urgence, avec un engagement dans le développement durable et l’accès des communautés aux moyens de subsistance.

    ACTED met en œuvre plus de 490 projets par an auprès de 11 millions de bénéficiaires dans 35 pays, pour un budget de 190 millions d’euros. Nos équipes sont composées de 300 staff internationaux et 4300 staff nationaux.

    Description du pays

    Le siège d’ACTED s’est installé à Paris en 2000 dans le but de coordonner les interventions de l’organisation à l’échelle mondiale.

    Aujourd’hui le siège est composé de 40 personnes dans les départements RH, Finance, Reporting, Audit, HUB logistique et Communication. Ces départements apportent leur soutien aux 30 Directions Pays ainsi qu’aux 3 Directions régionales, comprenant environ 200 expatriés et plus de 4000 salariés nationaux.

    Le siège fait aussi office de point de convergence pour la Direction d’ACTED, à savoir la Déléguée Générale, le Directeur du Développement et les quinze membres du Conseil d’Administration.

    Description du poste

    Basé(e) au siège en lien direct avec le Directeur des Finances, vous assurerez les missions suivantes:

    • Suivi et contrôle de la comptabilité terrain sur une zone géographique donnée

    • Suivi et contrôle des outils de contrôle interne

    • Participation à la préparation des audits bailleurs faits au siège

    • Actualisation de certains outils de gestion pour le responsable administratif et financier

    • Chargé(e) de la remontée et du classement au siège des pièces comptables terrain.

    Qualifications

    IEP, Ecole de Commerce, formation supérieure en gestion Finances ou équivalent

    • Compétences en finance et comptabilité

    • Capacités de prise de responsabilité et travail sous pression

    • Excellentes qualités de communication écrite et orale en français.

    • Dynamique, autonome et force de proposition

    • Excellent niveau en anglais, écrit et parlé

    • Intérêt pour les programmes d’aide d’urgence et de développement internationaux

    Conditions

    Indemnités : 554 euros/mois + 50 % transport + participation tickets restaurants

    Convention de Stage obligatoire

    Disponible 6 mois (stage ou année de césure, pas d’alternance)


    How to apply:

    Merci de nous faire parvenir votre candidature en anglais : CV et lettre de motivation à l’adresse suivante : stages@acted.org

    REF: FI/HQ

  • France: France : Stagiaire Audit interne – Paris


    Organization: ACTED
    Country: France
    Closing date: 18 Sep 2017

    Département : Audit

    Contrat : Stage

    Pays : France

    Durée 6 mois

    Ville : Paris

    Date de démarrage : 01/09/2017ou 01/11/2017 ou 04/12/2017

    Présentation d'ACTED

    Depuis 1993, l’association de solidarité internationale ACTED répond aux besoins humanitaires des populations dans les situations de crise et au respect de leur dignité, tout en favorisant et mettant en œuvre des opportunités pour un développement durable, en investissant dans les potentiels de l’Homme.

    ACTED s’engage à répondre aux urgences et à développer la résilience face aux situations de crise, à co-construire une gouvernance effective, et à promouvoir une croissance inclusive et durable.

    Nous œuvrons sur le dernier kilomètre de l’action humanitaire. Notre mission est de sauver des vies et de répondre aux besoins essentiels des populations dans les zones les plus difficiles d’accès. ACTED développe et met en œuvre des programmes à destination des populations les plus vulnérables qui souffrent de violences, des conflits, de catastrophes naturelles ou d’une situation de pauvreté endémique. L’approche d’ACTED dépasse la réponse d’urgence, avec un engagement dans le développement durable et l’accès des communautés aux moyens de subsistance.

    ACTED met en œuvre plus de 490 projets par an auprès de 11 millions de bénéficiaires dans 35 pays, pour un budget de 190 millions d’euros en 2015. Nos équipes sont composées de 300 employés internationaux et 4300 staff nationaux.

    Description du pays

    Le siège d’ACTED s’est installé à Paris en 2000 dans le but de coordonner les interventions de l’organisation à l’échelle mondiale.

    Le siège fait aussi office de point de convergence pour la Direction d’ACTED, à savoir la Directrice Générale, le Directeur du Développement et les quinze membres du Conseil d’Administration.

    Description du poste

    SOUS LA RESPONSABILITE DU CHARGE AUDIT LEGAL ET TRANSPARENCE
    Suivi des mécanismes de contrôle interne

    • Accompagner la mise en place effective des systèmes, règles et procédures, dans une approche qualité mais aussi dans une perspective d’audit bailleur externe;
    • Rassembler, compiler et analyser les informations financières, logistiques et administratives ;
    • Participation à l’analyse des risques, au suivi et à la mise en œuvre des recommandations formulées et agrées.
    • Suivi de l’audit interne**Participer au développement de la méthodologie d’audit interne pour ACTED ;**

    • Suivi de l’audit externe**Assurer la préparation des audits externes et assister les auditeurs**

    • Suivi des procédures**Participer au renforcement des systèmes, règles et procédures de contrôle interne, en s’appuyant sur les procédures internes existantes et sur les règles et lois applicables définies par les bailleurs de fonds institutionnels ;**

    • Reporting interne**En lien avec le Responsable Audit, améliorer et suivre les mécanismes de reporting et de suivi des systèmes de contrôle interne ;**

    • Suivi du département**Participation à l’animation du réseau des contrôleurs interne pays**

    • Suivi des plans d’action établis par les Auditeurs régionaux et/ou le Responsable Audit pendant leurs missions terrain

    Qualifications

    • Esprit de synthèse et goût prononcé pour les chiffres et l’analyse.
    • Ouverture, motivation et attitude positive.
    • Approche rigoureuse et méticuleuse du travail.
    • Capacités de formalisation et d’écriture.
    • Sens de l’analyse et capacité à proposer des solutions aux problèmes rencontrés.
    • Faire preuve de flexibilité, de dynamisme, d’autonomie.
    • Bon relationnel et force de proposition.
    • Intérêt pour les programmes d’aide d’urgence et de développement internationaux.
    • Formation : Ecole de commerce, Cursus universitaire Finance / Contrôle de Gestion / Statistiques, Audit, Sciences Po, MBA
    • Niveau d'études requis : BAC+3/5
    • Excellent niveau en anglais, écrit et parlé (contacts quotidiens avec les équipes locales)
    • Connaissance des problématiques de contrôle interne et d’audit.
    • Sensibilisation aux théories, standards, procédures et techniques d’audit.
    • Capacité de communication et de reporting.
    • Disponible 6 mois (stage ou année de césure, pas d’alternance)

    Conditions

    • Indemnité de stage 554 € par mois
    • Tickets Restaurant
    • Remboursement de 50% du titre de transport

    How to apply:

    Merci de nous faire parvenir votre candidature en français : CV, lettre de motivation et trois références à l’adresse suivante : jobs@acted.org REF : FLATI/HQ

  • France: France : Stagiaire Logistique – Paris


    Organization: ACTED
    Country: France
    Closing date: 17 Sep 2017

    Département : Logistique

    Contrat : Stage

    Pays : France

    Durée 6 mois

    Ville : Paris

    Date de démarrage : 04/12/2017

    Présentation d'ACTED

    Depuis 1993, l’association de solidarité internationale ACTED répond aux besoins humanitaires des populations dans les situations de crise et au respect de leur dignité, tout en favorisant et mettant en œuvre des opportunités pour un développement durable, en investissant dans les potentiels de l’Homme. ACTED s’engage à répondre aux urgences et à développer la résilience face aux situations de crise, à co-construire une gouvernance effective, et à promouvoir une croissance inclusive et durable. Nous œuvrons sur le dernier kilomètre de l’action humanitaire. Notre mission est de sauver des vies et de répondre aux besoins essentiels des populations dans les zones les plus difficiles d’accès. ACTED développe et met en œuvre des programmes à destination des populations les plus vulnérables qui souffrent de violences, des conflits, de catastrophes naturelles ou d’une situation de pauvreté endémique. L’approche d’ACTED dépasse la réponse d’urgence, avec un engagement dans le développement durable et l’accès des communautés aux moyens de subsistance. ACTED met en œuvre plus de 490 projets par an auprès de 11 millions de bénéficiaires dans 35 pays, pour un budget de 190 millions d’euros (en 2015). Nos équipes sont composées de 300 employés internationaux et 4300 staff nationaux. Plus d’informations sur www.acted.org

    Description du pays

    Le siège d’ACTED s’est installé à Paris en 2000 dans le but de coordonner les interventions de l’organisation à l’échelle mondiale.
    Aujourd’hui le siège est composé de 50 personnes dans les départements RH, Finance, Reporting, Audit, HUB logistique et Communication. Ces départements apportent leur soutien aux 34 Directions Pays ainsi qu’aux 3 Directions régionales, comprenant environ 260 expatriés et plus de 3000 salariés nationaux.
    Le siège fait aussi office de point de convergence pour la Direction d’ACTED, à savoir la Déléguée Générale, le Directeur du Développement et les quinze membres du Conseil d’Administration.

    Description du poste

    Le/la stagiaire logistique du siège assiste le département des opérations dans la gestion des validations courantes pour un certain nombre de pays et l’appuie dans le développement et la mise en place d’outils et procédures logistiques. Ponctuellement, le/la stagiaire logistique pourra assumer des fonctions opérationnelles pour faire face à des situations très spécifiques : assister la réponse à certaines crises humanitaires, réaliser des missions de formation des équipes logistiques sur le terrain, appuyer la préparation d’audits externes pour le département logistique, participer au développement des outils et procédures d’autres services/départements si liés à la logistique, etc :

    • Appui à la collecte et révision des plans d’achat et demandes de dérogation (40%)
    • Mise en ligne et suivi des appels d’offre et contrats (25%)
    • Suivi des rapports mensuels logistiques pays (10%)
    • Appui au Grant Management sur les aspects logistiques (10%)
    • Gestion du classement et de l’archivage du service logistique (5%)
    • Appui au développement des outils et procédures logistiques (10%)

    Qualifications

    • Ecole d’ingénieur/commerce, niveau BAC + 4 achevé minimum
    • Connaissances et maîtrise des concepts logistique / supply chain
    • Capacités d’analyse/synthèse, de gestion des priorités, multitâche et de rigueur
    • Goût pour les procédures et process opérationnels prononcé
    • Autonomie, réactivité
    • Force de proposition, créatif et dynamique
    • Pratique courante de l’anglais exigée
    • Compétences informatiques indispensables : Word, Excel, Power Point
    • Intérêt marqué pour l’humanitaire et partage des valeurs d’ACTED

    Conditions

    • Indemnité de 554.40€ par mois
    • Tickets Restaurant
    • Remboursement de 50% du titre de transport

    How to apply:

    Veuillez envoyer votre CV, en anglais ou en français et une lettre de motivation à jobs@acted.org (Ref : LOGI/HQ/SA).

  • France: France : Stagiaire recrutement international – Paris


    Organization: ACTED
    Country: France
    Closing date: 17 Sep 2017

    Département : Ressources humaines

    Contrat : Stage

    Pays : France

    Durée 6 mois

    Ville : Paris

    Date de démarrage : 04/12/2017

    Présentation d'ACTED

    Depuis 1993, l’association de solidarité internationale ACTED répond aux besoins humanitaires des populations dans les situations de crise et au respect de leur dignité, tout en favorisant et mettant en œuvre des opportunités pour un développement durable, en investissant dans les potentiels de l’Homme.

    ACTED s’engage à répondre aux urgences et à développer la résilience face aux situations de crise, à co-construire une gouvernance effective, et à promouvoir une croissance inclusive et durable.

    Nous œuvrons sur le dernier kilomètre de l’action humanitaire. Notre mission est de sauver des vies et de répondre aux besoins essentiels des populations dans les zones les plus difficiles d’accès. ACTED développe et met en œuvre des programmes à destination des populations les plus vulnérables qui souffrent de violences, des conflits, de catastrophes naturelles ou d’une situation de pauvreté endémique. L’approche d’ACTED dépasse la réponse d’urgence, avec un engagement dans le développement durable et l’accès des communautés aux moyens de subsistance.

    ACTED met en œuvre plus de 450 projets par an auprès de 8 millions de bénéficiaires dans 35 pays, pour un budget de 160 millions d’euros. Nos équipes sont composées de 400 staff internationaux et 4300 staff nationaux.

    Description du pays

    Au siège d’ACTED à Paris, une cinquantaine de personnes est dédiée au soutien opérationnel des projets mis en œuvre dans nos pays d’intervention.

    Les programmes définis, développés, mis en oeuvre et évalués dans nos 35 pays sont suivis par le département Programme qui offre un accompagnement stratégique à nos équipes sur le terrain, et contribue au dialogue avec nos partenaires.

    Le siège assure le recrutement des employés internationaux, l'administration et l’animation des équipes, ainsi que le suivi adminstratif et juridique (Département des ressources humaines), la coordination et le suivi des projets par les départements du Grant Management et des Finances, un appui aux fonctions logistiques, opérationnelles et achats par le département de la Logistique. Le département sécurité et sûreté appuie les directions pays et les points focaux sécurité dans l'analyse des risques et et des contextes opérationnels ainsi que la mise en place de mesures de prévention des risques, de contingence et dans la définition des mesures de sécurité adaptées à chaque mission.

    Avec le Département des finances, le Département audit assure le contrôle des risques et le respect de procédures administratives, financières, logistiques, opérationnelles et en matière de sécurité de l'ONG par l'ensemble des équipes et des partenaires qui interviennent à nos côtés.

    La Direction générale coordonne et gère les missions de l’ONG sur le terrain et au siège avec l’appui de l'AME (Appraisal, Monitoring and Evaluation). Elle a un rôle de représentation, ainsi que de positionnement et développement stratégique. La Direction générale suit au quotidien les programmes et opérations d'ACTED sur les terrains et appuie les équipes en fonction des besoins et des urgences.

    Outre la coordination et l’animation du réseau ACTED et des projets à travers le monde, la Direction générale au siège assure le suivi des opérations auprès des membres de l’association et en particulier auprès du Conseil d’Administration. Ces instances de gouvernance se réunissent de façon régulière (une fois par an en Assemblée Générale, une fois par trimestre pour le CA, une fois par mois pour le bureau ) pour décider des principales orientations stratégiques d’ACTED et pour valider les choix opérationnels.

    Description du poste

    Mission :

    Au sein d’une équipe de recruteurs jeunes et dynamiques de 5 personnes, le stagiaire recrutement prend en charge de larges missions du processus de Recrutement.

    Le stagiaire recrutement est rattaché(e) à la directrice RH. Il/elle est en lien avec les membres de l'équipe RH et les ‘top managers’ dans tous les pays où ACTED a un bureau. En externe, il/elle est en lien avec les candidats et les organisations de publication d'annonces d'emploi.

    Descriptif de poste :

    D’une manière générale, le stagiaire recrutement prendre en charge les missions suivantes:

    • Réception des besoins en recrutement
    • Diffusion des annonces sur des sites nationaux & internationaux, généralistes & spécialisés (voire réseaux sociaux)
    • Réception et sélections des candidatures les plus pertinents (70% de profils anglophones)
    • Pré-sélection téléphonique et premiers entretiens RH individuels en anglais (70% des profils) et en français
    • Organisation de tests techniques
    • Organisation de second entretiens pour les recruteurs séniors et les manageurs terrains et HQ
    • Gérer les relations candidats

    Qualifications

    • Formation généraliste ou RH
    • Disponible 6 mois (stage ou année de césure, pas d’alternance)
    • Première expérience en RH serait un plus, si possible en cabinet de recrutement

    Compétences :

    • Niveau d’anglais au minimum courant (70% du poste est en anglais)
    • Rigoureux, capacité d’écoute et de prise de décision
    • Fort esprit d’équipe et dynamisme
    • Flexibilité et capacité de gérer un environnement générateur d’urgences

    Vous cherchez :

    • Un stage en recrutement très formateur avec une forte dimension internationale
    • A travailler sur des profils variés et internationaux
    • Des missions larges et un impact concret sur des enjeux internationaux
    • A intégrer une équipe jeune et dynamique qui place la qualité au centre de son travail

    Conditions

    • Indemnité de stage : minimum légal en vigueur (554.40€ par mois)
    • Tickets Restaurant
    • Remboursement de 50% du titre de transport

    How to apply:

    Merci de nous faire parvenir votre candidature en français : CV, lettre de motivation et à l’adresse suivante : jobs@acted.org

    REF: RI/HQ (merci de faire uniquement apparaitre cette référence en objet de votre e-mail)

  • Switzerland: INTERNSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT: Project Development and Institutional Giving (Fundraising)


    Organization: World Organisation Against Torture
    Country: Switzerland
    Closing date: 03 Sep 2017

    The World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT), the largest international coalition of nongovernmental organisations fighting against torture, summary executions, forced disappearances and all other forms of cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment, is currently seeking to recruit a full-time Intern to aid its fundraising and institutional development activities, to start work from the 18 September 2017 for a duration of 3 to 6 months.

    Location of work: International Secretariat of the OMCT, Geneva, Switzerland.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    The intern will work under supervision of the Institutional Development Advisor (donor relations). The activities carried out as part of this position include:

    1. Institutional Donor Prospecting and Cultivation: Research on prospective donors, their strategies, deadlines, and proposal-submission requirements, and maintenance of the OMCT donor database and pipeline;

    2. Project Development: Assistance in working with Programme Staff to develop projects for identified institutional and individual donors;

    3. Design of Materials: Design of presentations and other graphic materials (brochures, fliers, mailings, etc.) related to fundraising for the OMCT;

    4. Individual Giving facility: Assistance on OMCT individual giving programme (fundraising events, annual fund, mailings, acknowledgments, annual report, online fundraising, etc.);

    5. Donor Acknowledgments and Reporting: Drafting thank you notes and ensuring all contributions are acknowledged; maintenance of donor database and donor files; and assisting with the tracking, compilation, drafting and editing of reports and other communications with donors;

    6. OMCT Events, Meetings and Travel Coordination:** Assistance in coordinating project, programme, and donor-related events and meetings, arranging accommodations and travel for fundraising meetings and missions, etc.

    7. Any other tasks as needed for donor relations, or fundraising for the OMCT.

    PROFILE

    · High motivation and demonstrated interest in human rights and fundraising;

    · A masters degree in international affairs, law, development, NGO management or related fields (or currently undertaking one);

    · Full fluency in oral and written French and fluency in English is required; fluency in German would be an asset;

    · Excellent writing, analysis, and communication skills;

    · Ability to solve problems, take initiative, and organize priorities independently;

    · Full proficiency with MS Office (Word and Excel) required, proficiencies with social media applications and/or online fundraising would be assets;

    · Ability to work under pressure, to meet deadlines and to adapt to multidisciplinary work in the environment of a multicultural team.


    How to apply:

    APPLICATIONS

    · Applications for this internship should be sent by the 3rd of September, 2017, only via email, to Radosh Piletich, Institutional Development Advisor (donor relations), at: rp@omct.org. Thank you for understanding that we cannot answer phone enquiries.

    · In order for your application to be considered, please send a cover letter explaining your interest, and a CV/resume of maximum 2 pages, indicating "PROJECT DEVELOPMENT INTERN" in the subject heading.

    · Due to the volume of applications, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

    · Please note that, unfortunately, internships are not remunerated.

  • France: France : Stagiaire Audit interne – Paris


    Organization: ACTED
    Country: France
    Closing date: 17 Sep 2017

    Département : Audit

    Contrat : Stage

    Pays : France

    Durée 6 mois

    Ville : Paris

    Date de démarrage : 01/10/2017

    Présentation d'ACTED

    Depuis 1993, l’association de solidarité internationale ACTED répond aux besoins humanitaires des populations dans les situations de crise et au respect de leur dignité, tout en favorisant et mettant en œuvre des opportunités pour un développement durable, en investissant dans les potentiels de l’Homme.

    ACTED s’engage à répondre aux urgences et à développer la résilience face aux situations de crise, à co-construire une gouvernance effective, et à promouvoir une croissance inclusive et durable.

    Nous œuvrons sur le dernier kilomètre de l’action humanitaire. Notre mission est de sauver des vies et de répondre aux besoins essentiels des populations dans les zones les plus difficiles d’accès. ACTED développe et met en œuvre des programmes à destination des populations les plus vulnérables qui souffrent de violences, des conflits, de catastrophes naturelles ou d’une situation de pauvreté endémique. L’approche d’ACTED dépasse la réponse d’urgence, avec un engagement dans le développement durable et l’accès des communautés aux moyens de subsistance.

    ACTED met en œuvre plus de 490 projets par an auprès de 11 millions de bénéficiaires dans 35 pays, pour un budget de 190 millions d’euros en 2015. Nos équipes sont composées de 300 employés internationaux et 4300 staff nationaux.

    Description du pays

    Le siège d’ACTED s’est installé à Paris en 2000 dans le but de coordonner les interventions de l’organisation à l’échelle mondiale.

    Le siège fait aussi office de point de convergence pour la Direction d’ACTED, à savoir la Directrice Générale, le Directeur du Développement et les quinze membres du Conseil d’Administration.

    Description du poste

    SOUS LA RESPONSABILITE DU CHARGE AUDIT LEGAL ET TRANSPARENCE
    Suivi des mécanismes de contrôle interne

    • Accompagner la mise en place effective des systèmes, règles et procédures, dans une approche qualité mais aussi dans une perspective d’audit bailleur externe;
    • Rassembler, compiler et analyser les informations financières, logistiques et administratives ;
    • Participation à l’analyse des risques, au suivi et à la mise en œuvre des recommandations formulées et agrées.
    • Suivi de l’audit interne
      Participer au développement de la méthodologie d’audit interne pour ACTED ;

    • Suivi de l’audit externe
      Assurer la préparation des audits externes et assister les auditeurs

    • Suivi des procédures
      Participer au renforcement des systèmes, règles et procédures de contrôle interne, en s’appuyant sur les procédures internes existantes et sur les règles et lois applicables définies par les bailleurs de fonds institutionnels ;

    • Reporting interne
      En lien avec le Responsable Audit, améliorer et suivre les mécanismes de reporting et de suivi des systèmes de contrôle interne ;

    • Suivi du département
      Participation à l’animation du réseau des contrôleurs interne pays

    • Suivi des plans d’action établis par les Auditeurs régionaux et/ou le Responsable Audit pendant leurs missions terrain

    Qualifications

    • Esprit de synthèse et goût prononcé pour les chiffres et l’analyse.
    • Ouverture, motivation et attitude positive.
    • Approche rigoureuse et méticuleuse du travail.
    • Capacités de formalisation et d’écriture.
    • Sens de l’analyse et capacité à proposer des solutions aux problèmes rencontrés.
    • Faire preuve de flexibilité, de dynamisme, d’autonomie.
    • Bon relationnel et force de proposition.
    • Intérêt pour les programmes d’aide d’urgence et de développement internationaux.
    • Formation : Ecole de commerce, Cursus universitaire Finance / Contrôle de Gestion / Statistiques, Audit, Sciences Po, MBA
    • Niveau d'études requis : BAC+3/5
    • Excellent niveau en anglais, écrit et parlé (contacts quotidiens avec les équipes locales)
    • Connaissance des problématiques de contrôle interne et d’audit.
    • Sensibilisation aux théories, standards, procédures et techniques d’audit.
    • Capacité de communication et de reporting.
    • Disponible 6 mois (stage ou année de césure, pas d’alternance)

    Conditions

    • Indemnité de stage 554 € par mois
    • Tickets Restaurant
    • Remboursement de 50% du titre de transport

    How to apply:

    Merci de nous faire parvenir votre candidature en français : CV, lettre de motivation et trois références à l’adresse suivante : jobs@acted.org

  • France: France : Stagiaire Gestion des Ressources Humaines Internationales – Paris


    Organization: ACTED
    Country: France
    Closing date: 17 Sep 2017

    Département : Ressources humaines

    Contrat : Stage

    Pays : France

    Durée 6 mois

    Ville : Paris

    Date de démarrage : ASAP

    Présentation d'ACTED

    Depuis 1993, l’association de solidarité internationale ACTED répond aux besoins humanitaires des populations dans les situations de crise et au respect de leur dignité, tout en favorisant et mettant en œuvre des opportunités pour un développement durable, en investissant dans les potentiels de l’Homme.

    ACTED s’engage à répondre aux urgences et à développer la résilience face aux situations de crise, à co-construire une gouvernance effective, et à promouvoir une croissance inclusive et durable.

    Nous œuvrons sur le dernier kilomètre de l’action humanitaire. Notre mission est de sauver des vies et de répondre aux besoins essentiels des populations dans les zones les plus difficiles d’accès. ACTED développe et met en œuvre des programmes à destination des populations les plus vulnérables qui souffrent de violences, des conflits, de catastrophes naturelles ou d’une situation de pauvreté endémique. L’approche d’ACTED dépasse la réponse d’urgence, avec un engagement dans le développement durable et l’accès des communautés aux moyens de subsistance.

    ACTED met en œuvre plus de 490 projets par an auprès de 11 millions de bénéficiaires dans 35 pays, pour un budget de 190 millions d’euros. Nos équipes sont composées de 300 staff internationaux et 4300 staff nationaux.

    Description du pays

    Le siège d’ACTED s’est installé à Paris en 2000 dans le but de coordonner les interventions de l’organisation à l’échelle mondiale.

    Aujourd’hui le siège est composé de 60 personnes dans les départements RH, Finance, Reporting, Audit, HUB logistique et Communication. Ces départements apportent leur soutien aux 30 Directions Pays ainsi qu’aux 3 Directions régionales, comprenant près de 400 expatriés et plus de 4000 salariés nationaux.

    Description du poste

    Au sein du pôle Administration du Personnel du département RH, le/la stagiaire prend part à la gestion administrative des collaborateurs expatriés et siège de l’ONG, de leur entrée à leur sortie.

    Il/elle évolue dans un environnement international et dynamique.

    Il/elle est en lien au quotidien avec les expatriés des 35 pays d’intervention d’ACTED.

    Ses missions principales seront :

    • Gestion administrative des expatriés et des salariés siège de l’ONG

    • Constitution et tenue des dossiers du personnel

    • Rédaction des CEV (contrats d’expatriés volontaires)

    • Appui à la rédaction des contrats et des avenants des salariés expatriés et siège

    • Participation au recensement des éléments de paie (temps de travail des salariés expatriés, absences, congés…)

    • Gestion des processus d’entrées et de sorties (DPAE, affiliation mutuelle, radiation…)

    • Suivi des visites médicales (embauche, périodique, suivi renforcé…)

    • Gestion des notes de frais

    • Distribution des tickets restaurant aux salariés siège

    • Suivi des tableaux d’indicateurs RH et fichiers de reporting

    Les missions pourront être évolutives en fonction de l’actualité du département et des capacités du stagiaire.

    Qualifications

    • Formation généraliste ou RH

    • Disponible 6 mois (stage ou année de césure, pas d’alternance)

    Compétences :

    • Niveau d’anglais au minimum courant

    • Rigoureux, capacité d’écoute et de prise de décision

    • Fort esprit d’équipe et dynamisme

    • Flexibilité et capacité de gérer un environnement générateur d’urgences

    Vous recherchez :

    • Un stage en ressources humaines très formateur avec une forte dimension internationale

    • Un stage qui vous permette de travailler avec des populations internationales

    • Avoir des missions larges et un impact concret sur des enjeux internationaux

    • Faire partie d’une équipe jeune et dynamique qui place la qualité au centre de son travail

    Conditions

    • Indemnité de stage : minimum légal en vigueur (554.40 € par mois)

    • Tickets Restaurant

    • Remboursement de 50% du titre de transport


    How to apply:

    Merci de nous faire parvenir votre candidature en français : CV et lettre de motivation à l’adresse suivante : jobs@acted.org

    REF: ADPI/HQ (merci de faire uniquement apparaitre cette référence en objet de votre e-mail)

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  • Mozambique: Individual consultancy: Photographer to document UNICEF events and programmes, Mozambique


    Organization: UN Children's Fund
    Country: Mozambique
    Closing date: 29 Aug 2017

    PURPOSE OF THE ASSIGNMENT

    Photographer to document UNICEF events and programmes, such as the UNICEF DFID joint Mission and Pre-Primary Education Regional Workshop.

    OBJECTIVE

    The overall objective is to document the impact of the drought response in the reduction of under-five mortality in drought-affected communities that will be visited during the joint monitoring visit by DFID and UNICEF to document the implementation of the DFID El Nino grant, and to document the 5-day workshop on Early Childhood Development and 1-day visit to a pre-school in Maputo.

    Both materials will be later disseminated on various UNICEF social media channels to keep the related audiences informed on the impact of the UK Department for International Development (DFID) contribution to improve the life of children in drought affected communities and help raise the awareness of the ECD programmes in ESARO.

    All photographs will also be added to UNICEF Mozambique’s official photo database that will be used in future advocacy and printing campaigns.

    METHODOLOGY AND TECHNICAL APPROACH

    As a result of the provision of high quality photography services, photos will be produced by the photographer according to specifications, at the desired quality level, within the agreed deadline, within defined cost limits, at standardized rates, with simplified administrative processing and reduced transaction costs.

    The photographer will carry out the following tasks:

  • Field photography (in Gaza and Zambezia province and involving overnight stays);
  • Event coverage (Maputo province);
  • The photographer will always work with UNICEF staff to cover the above tasks.

    The photographer will use cutting edge photographic equipment to perform the following tasks:

  • Produce high quality photos, minimum of 50 per day/event, according to UNICEF specifications and needs below:

  • Photos need to be in the highest resolution possible. The MINIMUM accepted resolution is 2000 x 3000 pixels or 6 megapixels with zero compression; PREFERRED is 3000 x 4000 pixels and above.
  • Photos formats should be in JPEG FINE formats, photographer should NOT deliver raw files (no files with .crw, .cr2, .raw, .sr2, etc. extensions).
  • No compression of JPEGs for transmission unless source locations are excessively slow. Never compress more than 30 per cent.
  • Except for clear mistakes, keep all exposures for UNICEF final edit / selection.
  • Maintain images in the sequence in which they were shot, so the shoot logic can be easily traced.
  • Do not manipulate any original image files - we will clean up on final selection.
  • Produce captions and filenames of each photo taken, according to UNICEF specifications below:

  • Captions can be provided by embedding them directly into each image (in the IPTC fields), together with credit, copyright and other relevant information. No exceptions. For assignments of three days or more, IPTC captions should also be accompanied by a Word document running caption list that references the file name of each image, with appropriate background information.
  • Captions must include in detail the principal subjects of the photos (their full names, age and if applicable job description), location (district, town, province, country), the date (on which the images were taken), any UNICEF programme or other relation (can use the UNICEF staff on location to provide more information). The photographer must submit photos with complete captions describing the scenario and situation. The five W’s of journalism – who, what, where, when and why – apply to photojournalism.
  • Filenames: All work must be submitted with filenames in the following format: YYYYMM_[first 4 letters of country name]_[numbering with 3-4 digit pad depending on the # of images submitted].jpg For example, if a photographer sent us 1024 photos of his trip to Mozambique in March 2018, the first file would be named: “201803_MOZA_0001.jpg” and the last file would be named “201803_MOZA_1024.jpg”
  • Submit the high quality photos - on DVDs/USB pen drives/External hard drives, sent by courier, or via online transfer site - no more than 10 working days after assignment completion, and in some events might be required to submit a quick selection on the same day.
  • ACTIVITIES AND TASKS

    The contracted photographer will document the following events and programmes via high quality photos:

  • The joint mission from UNICEF and DFID to Gaza and Zambezia from 11 to 15 September. During this mission, the photographer will document the members of the mission engaging with the communities and beneficiaries, and also document the stories of the beneficiaries, families, communities and programmes visited.
  • The Pre-Primary Education: Expansion, Economics and Excellence (#3E) Workshop in Maputo from 18 to 22 September. The documentation will focus on the 5-day workshop in Radisson Blu Hotel in Maputo City and 1-day field visit to a pre-primary school in Maputo Province.
  • DELIVERABLES AND PAYMENTS

    The contracted photographer will deliver the following products:

  • A minimum of 50 edited high quality photos, with complete captions, documenting each day of the joint mission from UNICEF and DFID to Gaza and Zambezia.
  • A minimum of 50 edited high quality photos, with complete captions, documenting the Pre-Primary Education Workshop and Pre-Primary School visit.
  • The contractor will be paid a lump sum as per the agreed quotation upon submission and approval of the deliverables.

    MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION

    The contracted photographer will be supervised by the UNICEF Communication Officer, with support from relevant UNICEF Programme professionals.

    Schedule: The contracted videographer agrees to perform this assignment from 11 September to 22 September, UNICEF will provide exact dates later for the field visits, and 3 extra days for editing after each visit.

  • Photo shooting in Gaza and Zambezia Province (UNICEF/DFID joint mission) + 3 days of editing – Dates 11-15 September
  • Photo shooting in Maputo Province (Pre-Primary Education) + 3 days of editing – Dates 18-22 September
  • QUALIFICATIONS AND SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE

  • Specialized knowledge in photography and editing for standard, print and online media
  • Similar work experience documenting rural community settings requiring travel with minimal or no support, and documenting high level events/workshops/seminars
  • Availability of adequate expertise and equipment
  • Good understanding of children’s rights issues and ethical reporting
  • EVALUATION CRITERIA

    The selection of the consultant will be based on a “best value for money” principle. Interested candidates should, in addition to submitting their CV and cover letter, indicate their all-inclusive fees (including travel, subsistence costs, etc.) for the services to be provided, along with links to samples of their work. The office shall select the individual who quoted the lowest fee from the list of individuals who are deemed technically suitable for achieving all tasks in time.

    ROSTER FOR FUTURE ASSIGNMENTS

    Candidates found suitable but not hired for this specific assignment will be included in the roster for future opportunities. Notifications will be sent accordingly.


    How to apply:

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=506717

  • South Sudan: Consultancy: Software Engineer for Data Driven Systems supporting the South Sudan Country Office


    Organization: UN Children's Fund
    Country: South Sudan
    Closing date: 28 Aug 2017

    If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you.

    For 70 years, UNICEF has been working on the ground in 190 countries and territories to promote children's survival, protection and development. The world's largest provider of vaccines for developing countries, UNICEF supports child health and nutrition, good water and sanitation, quality basic education for all boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and AIDS. UNICEF is funded entirely by the voluntary contributions of individuals, businesses, foundations and governments.

    The consultant is required to work off-site and communicate with the SSPME team via email or Skype.

    Background:The people of South Sudan suffered decades of conflict before Independence in 2011. When a new civil war began in December 2013, South Sudan had only nascent government institutions and some of the lowest development indicators in the world. To date, this conflict has displaced over two million people, 1.5 million of whom remain displaced inside the country. After many rounds of political negotiations and setbacks between the warring parties, there is little hope of a resolution to the conflict in the near term. The conflict in South Sudan is highly complex, with constantly shifting frontlines, varying accessibility and multiple displacements of affected populations.

    In this complex environment, UNICEF is providing lifesaving basic social services through implementing partners, but also through direct implementation in hard to reach communities with Rapid Response Mechanism (RRM) missions which deploy technical experts to assess and directly respond to the situation on the ground. In 2016, the UNICEF South Sudan country Office (SSCO) reached over 1.2 million conflict-affected children with multi sectoral, lifesaving services including immunization, therapeutic feeding, water, sanitation, hygiene promotion, education and protection.

    Within the SSCO, the SPPME section focuses on (i) delivering results in evidence generation, analysis, policy dialogue and advocacy, (ii) building social protection capacities and (iii) developing capacities in social inclusion and the mainstreaming of gender equality and girls/women empowerment in the SSCO programs and in UNICEF’s support to government. It further seeks to better understand and address the key risks faced by the Country Program by developing collaborations with other agencies and making better use of UNICEF’s and partners capacities to produce data that can feed common analytical work.

    Objective:In order to maintain a high level of awareness of the rapidly evolving situations, their impacts on children and women, and their implications in terms of the SSCO’s ability to deliver on our mandate, and to support an eventual move from emergency support to recovery, stabilization, and resilience, the SSPME team has begun making full use of existing data already collected at all levels (partners, field offices, clusters, support to government through sectoral information systems—e.g., in nutrition, health, education) in both development and humanitarian activities. As such, the SSPME is working at streamlining information across sectors, and deploying systems and tools to facilitate presentation and visualization of real-time information on programme implementation, staff safety, quality assurance and reporting, as well as on the situation of children and women, and to contribute to detecting and timely acting upon risks of mass atrocities.

    The SSPME has identified and began establishing the following data-driven tools and systems for real-time monitoring, evaluation and planning purposes within UNICEF South Sudan: • Field Monitoring Database: To effectively respond to programmatic emergencies on the ground, SSPME at UNICEF is transforming its manual Field Monitoring Database into a real-time streamlined data-driven system that helps improve data collection processes, analyze access constraints, trends, and recommend action points to UNICEF’s development and humanitarian operations across the country. The information entered in the form will become available live on the dashboard, without any import/export steps. This way UNCIEF ensures partners meet standards for support, and meet the emergency needs on the ground on a timely manner. The FMD also helps UNICEF ensure accountability for programming.• Operations Crisis Response Mechanism: Create a web-based system to support the data entry workflow for the Operations and Human Resources teams to effectively respond to emerging safety and security crisis as it related to its staff safety. The system will allow the operations team to be aware of the staffs’ whereabouts real-time during crisis. The SSPME is working to improve the data collection processes and automate of the data entry workflow for each staff member. The database will help generate a ready deployable dashboard to effectively digest and view staff's location and other information to quickly respond and address emergent needs.• Integrated Food Security Classification: To ensure the UNCIEF management team and staff are aware at all times on the state of the food security of beneficiaries so they can properly respond to their needs, the SSPME team will streamline the data collected to report the Integrated Food Security Classification on a monthly basis and convert them into an dashboard which will allows for the interactive visualization of information by geography (Region, State, County, Payam), timeline (monthly, quarterly, annually), population distribution, and types of crisis and individuals impacted. • The Loss and Fraud Database: To ensure greater transparency and accountability to donors, SSPME has undertaken the initiative to improve its tools and system for reporting fraud and losses by field offices and partner organizations throughout the country. Some of the information is being kept in soft copy, within emails and consequently being lost. The SSPME has developed a methodology to streamline the incoming information, improve the database structure, enhance the data collection processes, and develop a dashboard for easy to digest information and track status/progress on each case of Fraud or Loss. • Programme Monitoring Performance - Country Indicators - There is not one streamlined database with all the information stored in one place, and accessible across the office. Currently, data collection, management, and data repository are not streamlined, mainly falling within the responsibility of Information Managers (IM) of each sector, who collect and organize the information on an ad hoc basis, store them in individual computers, serving cross-thematic sectors and the management team only for the duration of their individual contracts. SPPME is working to streamline the Programme Monitoring Performance - Country Indicators for the UNICEF South Sudan Office, establish a central repository, and ensure accessibility across programmatic and thematic groups within UNICEF. • Monthly Score Card: Develop a user-friendly visualization dashboard with the financial data pertaining to UNICEF South Sudan Country Office. The Monthly Score card is produced automatically using internal data collection and storage tools. The dashboard currently is managed and presented in several excel sheets, and displayed separately in terms of categories, geography and timeline. The SSPME aims to make it more digestible and visual in terms of the mentioned attributes.

    Deliverables and TimelinesIn this context, to effectively deploy, test, and streamline these tools, the SSPME has identified Keshif - a state-of-the-art technology for exploratory data analysis and visualizations platform that quickly transforms datasets into effective, rich and visually interactive dashboards. As such, the SSPME requires a technical support for a Keshif software development specialist to ensure and provide back-end software, integration and mapping services to ensure implementation of live dashboards can work seamlessly and live without the need to manually import or export datasets. As such, the SSPME is seeking a consultant through a long-term agreement to provide services for up to 35 days within a period of six months to deliver the following outputs that facilitate the implementation of the above-mentioned list of datasets and dashboards:

    Deploy at least six dashboards related to the above listed tools currently being developed by SSPME, and ensure their deployment incorporates the following:

    Deliverables for the Field Monitoring Database: (9 Days)First phase: (6 Days)- Initial dashboards for visualizing survey responses using the Keshif software in customized web pages –including one dashboard per each programme, and one dashboard for action points; - Integration with Kobo Toolbox REST API for automated data retrieval, avoiding import/export steps.- Maps of State and county variables, available as separate charts;- Display of lat-long (point location) information on an interactive map – each response as a single point.- Generating shape files for 3 country regions, using state boundaries, to display aggregated data per region on a map

    Second phase (3 Days)- Improvements to dashboards based on feedback under use;- Implementation of sharing and privacy settings for Kobo integrations (on the explore.keshif.me platform, applicable for use in future surveys).- Implementation of feature for hierarchical display of questions of the survey.- Design and implementation of a dynamic maps that reveal regional, state and county information based on zooming level; - Design and implementation of point clustering (aggregation) options on the map chart to show and interact with point locations effectively when data is large and markers are too many,;

    Deliverables for the Operations Crisis Response Mechanism: (8 Days)First phase: (5 Days)- Implementing data acquisition strategy (potentially using Kobo); - Early dashboard (a custom-built secure webpage) to display all logged information, with the ability to filter per person, per time, per location, and other information;- Display of lat-long (point location) information on an interactive map – each log to a single point.

    Second phase (3 Days)- Implementing data acquisition using SMS (potentially with Rapid Pro); - Implementing a filter to show the last logged location for all individuals logged;- Designing and implementing visualization of connected traces of logs for individuals.

    Deliverables for the Integrated Food Security Classification: (4 Days)First phase (3 Days)- Collecting, assessment of available data, in terms of richness, granularity, and consistency, through time (months/seasons/years), geography (state/county) and theme; - Preparation of transformed data for suitable visual display and exploration.

    Second phase (1 Days)- Preparing dashboards based on states and/or counties to show trends in food security per population over time and location, using available data.

    Deliverable for the Loss and Fraud Database: (3 Days)First phase (1 Day)- Early dashboard with combined data of the Loss and Fraud database, including state/county map, with secure privacy setting;

    Second phase (2 Days)- Separating dashboards for Fraud cases from Loss cases.- Live integrations to Sharepoint to connect to in-use data sources.- Potential integration of dashboards into explore.keshif.me platform, including detection of privacy and sharing settings from Sharepoint automatically (will require subscription to Keshif for private use).

    Deliverables for the Programme Monitoring Performance - Country Indicators: (4 Days)First phase (3 Days)- Data acquisition: set up a a data bank/repository for easy storying and access of different (granular) levels of data- Early dashboard with aggregate data for all sectors;

    Second phase (1 Days)- Improvements to dashboards based on feedback under use; - Providing support for data maintenance activities;

    Deliverables for the Monthly Score Card: (6 Days)First phase (5 Days)- Design and technical implementation of visualizing collected data to reveal project and metrics;- This might be done using an existing tool (such as PowerBI) – which may require further subscription for access, or as a custom web-based development using HTML, JavaScript, CSS and D3 technologies.

    Second phase (2 Days)- Improvements to dashboards based on feedback under use; - Integration with UNCIEF internal database warehouse.

    The above deliverables will incorporate one or more of the following integrations:

    KOBO Toolbox Integration: In-sync integration between Keshif Dashboard Platform with Kobo Toolbox's existing REST APIs, so that new forms can be easily visualized, live data is retrieved, and shared. Keshif will process JSON responses of form responses and metadata to generate appropriate live dashboards for SSPME;

    Dynamic maps: that reveal regional, state and county information based on zooming (view) level or allowing manually switching, such that viewing all country would reveal regions, zooming in further reveals states, and further zooming in reveals counties and shows data aggregated per each region, state and county accordingly;

    Mapbox integration to explore.keshif.me platform, such that new datasets imported automatically per the platform features will allow inserting South Sudan regional maps from map data hosted at Mapbox platform, also allowing for future changes and maintenance by UNICEF staff.

    Communication and collaboration:• At least bi-weekly communication and status updates• Working with the SSPME staff to identify key takeaways and highlights of the data, and strategies for external communication.

    Timeframe – Each dashboard and integration will require between five - six days to implement. The deliverables require 35 days of work in total, and should be completed within a period of one year.

    Payments – will be made to the consultant on a monthly basis per days worked for the completion of deliverables noted above.

    Qualifications- Eight years of experience in web application development, data analytics and data communication;- Extensive knowledge of the Keshif Platform technology; - Experience in developing data back-end services and data architectures; and- Experience in using data query languages and statistical tools; - Research, design, and development experience in data visualization and interactive web interfaces;- Published peer-reviewed articles in recognized journals and conferences;- Experience in working with a wide range of data analytics domains, including public and open data platforms; and in usability testing and design studies.

    Please indicate your ability, availability and daily/monthly rate (in US$) to undertake the terms of reference above (including travel and daily subsistence allowance, if applicable). Applications submitted without a daily/monthly rate will not be considered.

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organisation.


    How to apply:

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=506716

  • Timor-Leste: Individual International Consultant for Evaluation of Timor-Leste Youth Parliament Programme.


    Organization: UN Children's Fund
    Country: Timor-Leste
    Closing date: 01 Sep 2017

    If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you.

    For 70 years, UNICEF has been working on the ground in 190 countries and territories to promote children's survival, protection and development. The world's largest provider of vaccines for developing countries, UNICEF supports child health and nutrition, good water and sanitation, quality basic education for all boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and AIDS. UNICEF is funded entirely by the voluntary contributions of individuals, businesses, foundations and governments.

    Background

    As per attached.

    Attachement in TMS.pdf

    Annexes - TOR Youth Parliament Programme Evaluation.docx.pdf

    Purpose of the Assignment

    Overall Purpose

    The evaluation’s main purpose is to generate substantial knowledge and evidence on the TLYP in the context of Timor-Leste to inform national development policies and strategic planning processes as well as guide UNICEF CPAP 2015-2019 Outcome 3: Child Protection and Participation at the time of mid-term review in 2017. A formative evaluation with a utilization focused approach is suggested to ensure the usefulness and relevance of this evaluation exercise in Timor-Leste.

    Specific Objectives

  • To assess the effectiveness, efficiency, relevance, impact, sustainability, and equity of the Timor-Leste Youth Parliament (TLYP) programme.
  • To draw recommendations on how the TLYP Programme can be further enhanced towards contributing to achieving results for children in Timor-Leste.
  • To review and provide recommendation for the contents of the standard training/orientation package for TLYP.
  • To document key findings and lessons learned of TLYP with local and international community.
  • To provide strategic guidance to GOTL and UNICEF in determining its focus areas of support to adolescent and youth participation.
  • To identify synergy areas with other initiatives related to youth and adolescents at national and sub-national levels (municipality).
  • Assignment Tasks

    Phase 1. Inception Phase (in-country)

  • Introductory meeting with UNICEF Timor-Leste and stakeholders
  • Conduct desk review of relevant documents. (UNICEF will provide relevant information and documents with consultant including UNICEF style book and UNICEF publication guideline and manual of TLYP training)
  • Submit an inception report including : context of the country, history and background of TLYP, evaluation framework, work plan, Theory of Change (ToC) on TLYP, methodology with proposed tools/interview guides, list of evaluation questions with source/methodology, limitation, risk/means of mitigation, list of reference. (Format needs to be aligned with UNICEF style book and UNICEF publication guideline)
  • Submit revised final inception report based on the feedback received from evaluation reference group (UNICEF and GOTL)
  • Phase 2. Data collection, Drafting evaluation report and power point presentation (in-country; 2nd visit)

  • Meeting and interviewing key stakeholders at national level
  • Conduct field visits to interview at the sub-national level.
  • Draft evaluation report and power point presentation. Evaluation report needs to be well-structured and aligned with UNICEF Publication guideline/UNICEF style book, viz.; executive summary; context, purpose methodology; findings; conclusions; recommendations; lessons learned; and annexes including TOR, list of interviewees and site visits; data collection instruments; evaluation matrix; list of reference; two Human Interest Stories with pictures ( detailed check list will be provided for reference), outline of standard training manual for TLYP.
  • Presentation of key findings to evaluation reference group for verification of preliminary findings.
  • Submit final draft of evaluation report and power point presentation including all elements mentioned under activity 3 Phase 2
  • Phase 3. Finalization and Development of Dissemination Materials (by remote/home based)

  • Submit final evaluation report and power point presentation deliverables based on the comments from UNICEF and other stakeholders and counterparts.
  • Develop a reader friendly summary fact sheet on the evaluation of TLYP intended to be shared with children and adolescent including TLYP members.
  • Develop an evaluation brief of TLYP evaluation with visual information (table, figures, pictures, etc), key findings, recommendations, and lessons learned intended to be shared with a wider audience including other line ministries of GOTL, development partners, and other countries (UNICEF will provide the examples).
  • Expected Deliverables

    Phase 1:

  • Minutes of the meeting including overall timeframe of the evaluation exercise
  • Inception report, including the elements mentioned in Activity 3, Phase 1.
  • Final inception report including the elements mentioned in Activity 3, Phase 1, based on the feedback from evaluation reference group with an additional appendix with table which clearly shows “comments received” “what degree have comments have been accepted by the consultant” and “how comments addressed in revised report”.
  • Timeline for phase 1 deliverables: 7 working days in October 2017

    Note: 2 weeks’ period is required between activity 3 and 4 (Phase1) in order to collect feedback from the evaluation reference group.

    Phase 2:

  • Draft evaluation report and power point presentation, including all elements mentioned under activity 3 Phase 2.
  • Final evaluation report and power point presentation, including all elements mentioned under activity 3 Phase 2.

    Timeline for phase 2 deliverables: 15 working days in November 2017

  • Phase 3:

  • Final evaluation report and power point presentation, including all elements mentioned under activity 3 Phase 2.
  • Reader friendly summary factsheet for children and youth including TLYP members (not exceeding more than 6 pages).
  • Summary brochure for advocacy.

    Timeline for phase 3 deliverables: 13 working days in November/December 2017

    Note: 2 weeks’ period is required between activity 5 (Phase 2) and 1 (Phase3) in order to collect feedback from the evaluation reference group.

  • Qualifications of Successful Candidate

    Essential:

  • Advanced university degree in Social Sciences or other related field
  • Professional experience to conduct an evaluation (sample evaluation report is essential to submit together with technical/financial proposals)
  • At least 8 years work experience, out of which at least 3 years practical experience in programme planning, management, monitoring and evaluation relevant to adolescents and youth participation
  • Good understanding of UNICEF’s global and regional programme strategies particularly in Child Protection and Participation, and Human Rights Based Approach.
  • Strong analytical and writing skills
  • Excellent written and oral English
  • Asset:

  • Familiarity with Timor-Leste or region
  • Working experiences in developing countries
  • Knowledge of Portuguese and/or Tetum
  • To view our competency framework, please click here.

    Interested candidates are kindly requested to apply online and submit the following documents:

  • Letter of Interest
  • Financial proposal. Applications submitted without apropose feewill not be considered.
  • Technical proposal
  • Samples of deliverables
  • CV
  • UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization.


    How to apply:

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=506660

  • Chad: Projet d’appui à la prise en charge et à la prévention de la malnutrition aigüe sévère dans la région du Kanem au Tchad


    Organization: Action Contre la Faim France
    Country: Chad
    Closing date: 30 Aug 2017

    1. DÉTAILS DU PROJET

    1.1. Carte de la zone d’opération du programme/projet/de la mission

    • Copier/coller la carte de la zone ici

    1.2. Justification du projet et contexte

    La région du Kanem, située dans la bande sahélienne du Tchad, fait partie des régions les plus arides du pays où règne une grande insécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle relevant de facteurs conjoncturels et structurels. Cette région compte parmi les plus affectées par la crise nutritionnelle comparativement aux autres régions du pays. La situation nutritionnelle des enfants de moins de 5 ans y demeure encore très préoccupante avec des taux de MAS et MAG encore très élevés sur les 2 dernières années : MAG/MAS – 2015 : 14,0% / 2,7%, 2016 : 14,9% / 2,7% (pour rappel, seuils OMS critiques : MAG > 15% et MAS > 2%).

    La région du Kanem compte 107 CS parmi lesquels 97UNA dont 42 soutenus par ACF-MDM, soit 43,3%. En 2015 ; 47 structures ont été appuyés soit 48,4% et 22947 MAS ont été pris en charge dont 15014 dans les UNA appuyées soit 65,4% des admissions totales. Pour la période de janvier à septembre 2016 17621 enfants ont été admis dont 10724 admis dans les centres appuyés par ACF-MDM soit 60,3%. La situation sanitaire du Kanem est toujours caractérisée par la faiblesse du système de santé où une partie des CS n’est pas fonctionnelle et reste inadaptée aux besoins, souvent en raison de manques importants en matériel médical et/ou en personnel de santé qualifié. Cette situation ne permet pas aux autorités sanitaires d'assurer correctement leurs fonctions et compromet l’efficacité des politiques nationales.

    En matière d'accès à l'eau, d'assainissement et d’hygiène, un diagnostic effectué dans des centres de santé du Kanem par Action Contre la Faim en novembre 2015 montrait que de nombreux CS présentaient encore de grosses difficultés en termes d’approvisionnement en eau et d’installations sanitaires de base. En effet, 37% des CS appuyés par ACF ne possédaient pas d’accès pérenne à l’eau (le taux d'accès à l'eau dans le Kanem est de 65%). De même, seuls 50% des CS présentaient des installations améliorées d’assainissement.

    Une enquête CAP réalisée entre mai et juin 2016 a fait ressortir que 65% des ménages ne traitaient pas l’eau de boisson mais que la défécation à l’air libre était pratiquée par 35% des personnes. La même étude a révélé que le taux de prévalence de la diarrhée chez les moins de 5 ans était de l’ordre de 57%. Des efforts ont été menés en 2016 pour renforcer l’accès à l’eau potable à travers la construction de 17 forages d’eau potable équipés avec des pompes India Mark II ; la réhabilitation de 4 forages à main ; la distribution de caisses à outils pour la maintenance des points d’eau et la formation de 21 comités de gestion. En dépit de ces efforts les besoins non couverts demeurent assez importants.

    Le projet PDMAS s’inscrit dans la stratégie « WASH in Nut » au Tchad, en adoptant une approche partiellement intégrée avec les activités des équipes de nutrition d’Action Contre la Faim : Ciblage des CS où se trouve des unités de traitement de la malnutrition et ciblage des couples mères/accompagnant-enfants malnutris pour la distribution de kits eau/hygiène. De plus, à travers la construction ou réhabilitation de forage / pompe à motricité humaine, ainsi qu’avec la promotion de bonnes pratiques d’hygiène et de nutrition via divers canaux, l’action d’Action Contre la Faim visait à s’attaquer aux causes sous-jacentes de la sous-nutrition de manière plus globale.

    1.3. Objectifs du projet

    Objectif global: Appuyer la prise en charge et la prévention de la Malnutrition Aiguë Sévère dans la région du Kanem au Tchad.

    Objectifs spécifiques:

    • OS 1 : Faciliter l’accès à une eau potable en quantité et en qualité dans les centres de soin et de prise en charge de la MAS et dans les communautés

    • OS 2 : Appuyer le traitement de la MAS par une amélioration des conditions d’hygiène et d’assainissement environnemental dans les CS (UNT, UNA) et au domicile du couple mère/accompagnant-enfant MAS

    Résultats :

    • Résultats 1 : L’eau potable est disponible en quantité et en qualité dans les 20 centres de soin et dans les ménages MAS ciblés

    • Résultat 2 : Les conditions d’hygiène et d’assainissement environnemental sont améliorées dans 20 CS (UNT, UNA) et au domicile du couple mère/accompagnant-enfant MAS cible

    Le cadre logique du projet est joint en Annexe I.

    Activités du projet :

    • Act 1.1 Réaliser une enquête CAP & sanitaire initiale et finale dans les zones d’intervention

    • Act 1.2: Construire 20 forages d’eau potable équipés de pompes India Mark II

    • Act 1.3: Mettre en place des caisses à outils pour la maintenance des points d’eau.

    • Act11.4: Mettre en place et renforcer les capacités des comités de gestion de point d’eau;

    • Act 1.5: Signer une convention de partenariat avec la délégation régionale de l’hydraulique pour faciliter la coordination, le contrôle et le suivi des travaux de forage ;

    • Act 2.1: Distribuer des kits minimum WASH aux mères des Enfants MAS admis aux CS

    • Act 2.2: Distribuer des kits d’hygiène/d’entretien au CS

    • Act 2.3 : Construire/réhabiliter des latrines dans les CS bénéficiaires

    • Act 2.4 Elaborer des supports de communication et de plaidoyer sur le projet

    • Act 2.5 : Mener des campagnes de sensibilisation et d’éducation pour la promotion des bonnes pratiques d'hygiène de base dans les ménages et dans les CS en collaboration avec les structures de gestion et associations présentes

    • Act. 2.6. Former le personnel (hygiénistes/infirmiers) des CS pour le suivi de la qualité de l’eau par le dosage et contrôle du chlore résiduaire libre au niveau des postes d’eau potable.

    • Act. 2.7 Faire le suivi évaluation continue du projet

    Le cadre logique du projet est joint en Annexe I*.*

    1.4. Statut actuel du projet

    Suite à un délai dans l’envoi de la première tranche de paiement, le projet a subi un retard de 15 jours à son démarrage. Une extension sans coût supplémentaire (NCE) a été demandé et validé afin d’étendre le projet du 16 Août au 2 Septembre 2017.

    A date du 14 août 2017, les activités sont finies pour la plupart, et seuls quelques corrections sont encore apportées. L’évaluation CAP finale est en cours.

    2. BUT ET OBJECTIFS DE L’ÉVALUATION

    2.1. Justification de l’évaluation

    Cette évaluation finale s’inscrit dans une démarche de transparence et de recevabilité vis-à-vis des bénéficiaires, partenaires et bailleurs afin d’avoir une vision claire sur les résultats atteints par le projet.

    De plus, dans une démarche de correction et d’amélioration des pratiques, l’évaluation permettra à la mission de tirer des enseignements qui serviront à développer de futurs programmes et à promouvoir de bonnes pratiques au sein des réseaux auxquels Action Contre la Faim appartient dans le pays.

    2.2. Objectif(s) de l’évaluation

    L'objectif général de l'évaluation est d'examiner l'adéquation de l'intervention d'ACF et de la progression dans l’atteinte des objectifs, l’identification des leçons apprises, et le développement de recommandations.

    • Passer en revue les activités mises en œuvre, les résultats obtenus ainsi que les progrès réalisés ;

    • Identifier tous les problèmes liés à la planification, à la mise en œuvre, au suivi (monitoring) des activités et aux différents outils de gestion opérationnelle mis en œuvre ;

    • Analyser les forces et faiblesses des stratégies d’intervention mises en œuvre ;

    • A travers une analyse des problèmes clés et des succès du projet, produire une liste de recommandations claires ;

    • Analyser globalement l’inscription du projet dans la stratégie WASH in Nut[1], dans les pratiques d’Action Contre la Faim en termes d’intégration WASH’Nutrition[2], ainsi que dans les stratégies de la mission[3] et sectorielle WASH[4].

    Plus spécifiquement, l’évaluation des points suivants est attendue :

    · Ciblage des centres de soins, des communautés où installer des points d’eau (hors CS) et des couples mères/enfants pour la distribution des kits ;

    · Qualité technique des ouvrages (forages, margelles, puits d’infiltration, latrines), notamment en relation avec les problématiques de faible compacité des sols, d’érosion et d’infiltration difficile (+ risque d’inondation) ;

    · Création et animation d’un système de gestion et de réparation des pompes à motricité humaine (Comités de gestion, artisans, approvisionnement en pièces détachées), avec une attention portée sur le modèle de gestion de la maintenance des pompes au sein des centres de santé.

    · L’utilisation de kit WATA pour la fabrication de chlore pour un usage dans les centres de santé (formation, praticité, pérennité…)

    · Intégration des secteurs et objectifs WASH et Nutrition dans la création et la diffusion de messages et les activités de changement de comportements.

    · Consultation des bénéficiaires pour le ciblage et le choix des designs techniques ainsi que l’organisation des activités, ainsi que les mécanismes d’information / transparence (feed back)

    2.3. Utilisateurs cibles de l’évaluation

    Les utilisateurs directs seront :

    • Les équipes d’Action Contre la Faim au Tchad

    • Le siège d’Action Contre la Faim à Paris et à Londres

    • Le bailleur et partenaire d’Action Contre la Faim pour ce projet : UNICEF

    Les utilisateurs indirects: le réseau Action Contre la Faim, les groupes cibles impliqués (CS et population), les gouvernements régionaux et locaux, les ministères, les organisations des Nations Unies et les Global Clusters, les ONG et les groupes d’ONG ainsi que les plateformes d'apprentissage humanitaires tel qu’ALNAP (réseau d'apprentissage actif pour la redevabilité et la performance).

    2.4. Utilisation de l’évaluation

    Les conclusions et recommandations de cette évaluation finale seront prises en compte dans le design et le planning des futurs programmes Action Contre la Faim dans la région du Kanem ou dans un contexte similaire.

    L’analyse critique de la pérennité des réalisations, systèmes et groupements mis en place durant ce projet est considéré comme un élément essentiel, qui servira également à promouvoir de bonnes pratiques auprès d’autres acteurs.

    3. PORTÉE DE L’ÉVALUATION

    3.1. Eléments couverts par l'évaluation

    L’évaluation portera sur l’ensemble des activités mises en place durant la durée du projet PDMAS dans le Kanem (District de Mao et Mondo), les outils et système de planification et de suivi d’activité et de projet, ainsi que les systèmes de partage d’information.

    Géographiquement parlant, l’évaluateur essaiera de visiter l’ensemble des CS couverts par les activités du projet, et approchera les différentes communautés bénéficiaires (pompes ou couples mère/enfant).

    Une évaluation qualitative de la perception des personnels du projet et des personnels de l’équipe support sur la qualité des activités et l’impact du projet sera mise en perspective avec l’évaluation du consultant.

    Enfin la lecture de documents ressources tels que les orientations stratégiques régionales, et celles d’ACF au niveau global et national sur l’intégration des programmes WASH dans une approche nutritionnelle plus large, ainsi que les résultats des enquêtes CAP initiales et finales complétera l’ensemble et donnera plus de perspective à l’évaluateur.

    3.2. Éléments non couverts par l'évaluation

    L’évaluation ne s’étendra pas à la gestion budgétaire et financière du projet.

    3.3. Éléments transversaux

    La participation communautaire, ainsi que la prise en compte des besoins spécifiques des différents groupes de bénéficiaires devront faire l’objet d’une attention particulière à travers l’évaluation.

    Dans le cadre de ce projet, l’évaluateur analysera l’adéquation du projet avec la Politique Genre d’Action Contre la Faim (voir Annexe III).

    4. CRITÈRES ET QUESTIONS DE L’ÉVALUATION

    Selon la politique d’évaluation Action Contre la Faim et ses lignes directrices[5], Action Contre la Faim souscrit aux critères du Comité d’Assistance au Développement (CAD) de l’Organisation de Coopération et de Développement Économiques (OCDE) pour l’évaluation de ses projets. Toutes les évaluations indépendantes devront utiliser les critères CAD de l’Organisation de Coopération et de Développement Économique (OCDE) pour l’analyse des données et le rapport final.

    Plus précisément, Action Contre la Faim utilise les critères suivants : conception, pertinence, cohérence, couverture, efficience, efficacité, durabilité et la potentialité d’impact.[6] En particulier, l’évaluateur/trice doit remplir le tableau des critères d'évaluation CAD et le présenter dans une annexe (sur le modèle du tableau ci-joint en Annexe V).

    Les questions d’évaluation ont été développées afin d’aider l’évaluateur/trice à évaluer le programme/projet/la mission en fonction de ces critères d’évaluation (se référer à l’Annexe II). L’évaluateur/trice peut adapter les critères et les questions de l’évaluation, néanmoins tout changement fondamental doit être approuvé par le gestionnaire de l’évaluation et/ou l’ELA à Action Contre la Faim -UK mentionné dans le rapport initial.

    5. MÉTHODOLOGIE D'ÉVALUATION

    Cette section présente l'approche méthodologique suggérée a l’évaluateur afin de récolter des données quantitatives et qualitatives. L’évaluateur dans la mesure du possible, devra développer des instruments et méthodes de récolte des données, permettant de récolter des données ventilées par sexe. Ces instruments doivent permettre de trianguler les données autant que possible.

    5.1. Briefing d'évaluation

    Avant que l'évaluation ait lieu, l'évaluateur/rice recevra un briefing technique sur l’évaluation avec l'ELA d'ACF-UK.

    5.2. Étude documentaire

    L’évaluateur/trice conduira une étude documentaire des documents clés du projet listés en Annexe III : les documents du projet et les propositions, rapports d'avancement et de résultats (tels que des publications, matériaux de communication, vidéos, enregistrements, etc.), résultats d'un quelconque processus de planification interne et matériaux pertinents de sources secondaires.

    5.3. Entretiens au siège d'Action Contre la Faim

    Dans le cadre de l'évaluation, l'évaluateur/trice interrogera les parties prenantes du siège Action Contre la Faim afin d'obtenir des informations préalables concernant le projet évalué. Les briefings par téléphone devront être convenus à l'avance.

    5.4. Rapport initial

    À la fin de la phase d’étude documentaire et avant la mission sur le terrain, l'évaluateur/trice préparera un bref rapport initial sur la base du modèle fourni. Ce document sera écrit en Français et inclura les éléments suivants:

    · Les éléments clés des Termes de Référence (TDR) afin de démontrer que l'évaluateur/trice adhèrera aux TDR;

    · L’approche méthodologique de l'évaluation (y compris une matrice d'évaluation en annexe afin de préciser comment il/elle prévoit de recueillir les données nécessaires pour répondre aux questions d'évaluation) et de souligner les limites de la méthodologie le cas échéant;

    · Un plan de travail détaillé et;

    · Déclaration d’adhésion à la politique d'évaluation d’Action Contre la Faim et présentation des grandes lignes du rapport d'évaluation.

    Le rapport initial sera discuté et approuvé par le gestionnaire de l’évaluation et l'ELA à Action Contre la Faim -UK.

    5.5. Mission sur le terrain

    Entretiens

    Dans le cadre de l'évaluation, l'évaluateur va interroger les parties prenantes clé du projet suivant la liste en Annexe IV. L'évaluateur choisira le meilleur format pour ces entretiens comme détaillé dans le rapport initial.

    Collecte de données primaires

    L’évaluateur devra aussi organiser des entretiens et des groupes de discussions avec les groupes bénéficiaires du projet (mères/accompagnants d’enfants patients des UNT/UNA, personnel des centres de santé, agents des UNT, chefs de villages, chefs de quartiers de Mao, membres de COGES et les membres de CGPE)

    Ces entretiens et groupes de discussion devront être menés dans Mao et dans les villages / CS ciblés par le projet. ACF s’engage à faciliter le travail de ciblage et d’organisation des entretiens individuels ou groupés sur les recommandations du consultant en termes de profils de participants.

    Visites de terrain

    L’évaluateur/trice visitera les sites d’opération du programme/projet/de la mission et les installations fournies aux groupes bénéficiaires cibles du projet.

    Etude documentaire

    L’évaluateur/trice poursuivra la récolte de données de suivi du projet ou de toute donnée statistique pertinente.

    Débriefing et atelier avec les parties prenantes

    L'évaluateur/trice animera un atelier d'apprentissage dans le pays afin de présenter les conclusions préliminaires aux parties prenantes (et les acteurs locaux, nationaux); rassemblera les commentaires sur les conclusions et créera un consensus sur les recommandations; développera un rapport d'atelier orienté sur l'action concernant les leçons apprises et les améliorations proposées pour le futur.

    La méthode proposée pourra être affinée dans le rapport initial.

    5.6. Rapport d’évaluation

    Le rapport d'évaluation doit respecter le format suivant et être écrit en Français:

    · Page de couverture;

    · Tableau récapitulatif selon le modèle fourni;

    · Table des matières;

    · Liste d’acronymes;

    · Résumé exécutif doit être un résumé indépendant, décrivant le projet, les constatations principales de l'évaluation, les conclusions et les recommandations. Celui-ci ne devra pas s'étendre sur plus de 2 pages;

    · Informations générales;

    · Méthodologie décrire la méthodologie utilisée, fournir des preuves de triangulation des données and présenter les limites de cette méthodologie;

    · Constatations inclut l'analyse globale du projet selon les critères d'évaluation, réponse aux questions d'évaluation, toutes les constatations reposent sur des preuves tangibles, les problématiques transversales sont intégrées de manière systématique et; les résultats involontaires ou imprévus sont également discutés;

    · Conclusions les conclusions sont formulées en synthétisant les principales constatations en propos de mérite et valeur, les jugements sont justes, impartiaux et en cohérence avec les constatations;

    · Leçons apprises et bonnes pratiques présente les leçons qui peuvent être appliquées autre part afin d'améliorer la performance, les résultats ou l'impact des programmes/projets/missions, et; identifie les bonnes pratiques: les pratiques à succès découlant de ces leçons qui valent la peine d'être reproduites; développé plus en détails une bonne pratique spécifique élaborée en détail dans le formulaire proposé en Annexe VI;

    · Recommandations Les recommandations doivent être aussi réalistes, opérationnelles et pragmatiques que possible; elles doivent soigneusement prendre en compte les circonstances actuelles du contexte d'action et les ressources disponibles pour une mise en œuvre locale. Elles doivent découler logiquement des conclusions, leçons apprises et bonnes pratiques. Le rapport doit spécifier qui doit prendre des mesures et à quel moment. Les recommandations doivent aussi être présentées par ordre de priorité;

    · Annexes Ces dernières doivent être listées et numérotées et doivent inclure les éléments suivants: le formulaire de bonnes pratiques fourni en Annexe VI, le tableau des critères d'évaluation (Annexe V), la liste des documents pour l'étude documentaire (Annexe III), la liste des personnes interrogées (Annexe IV), les instruments de récolte des données, les TDRs de l'évaluation.

    Le rapport d’évaluation ne devrait pas dépasser 30 pages et 50 pages en incluant les annexes. Le rapport provisoire doit être envoyé dans les 10 jours calendaires après avoir quitté le terrain. Les annexes au rapport sont acceptées dans la langue de travail du pays et du projet faisant l'objet de l'évaluation.

    5.7. Débriefing avec ELA à Action Contre la Faim –UK

    L’évaluateur/trice devrait effectuer un débriefing avec le gestionnaire de l’évaluation et/ou ELA et les autres personnes ressources d’Action Contre la Faim pour discuter des questions liées á la qualité rapport de l’évaluation.

    5.8. Débriefing avec le siège d’Action Contre la Faim

    L’évaluateur/trice devrait effectuer un débriefing avec le siège d’Action Contre la Faim concerné sur son rapport préliminaire, les principales constations, conclusions et recommandations de l’évaluation. Les retours et commentaires pertinents devraient être inclus dans le rapport final.


    How to apply:

    Vous pouvez demander les TdR complet avant d'envoyer votre dossier à l'adresse suivante: rddeah@td.missions-acf.org

    Le Consultant doit fournir une offre technique comportant :

    • la compréhension des TDR et les observations éventuelles ;
    • les précisions sur la méthodologie de travail préconisée, complétant ou précisant les présents termes de référence ;
    • un chronogramme prévisionnel des tâches pour la réalisation des différentes étapes de la prestation, précisant de manière détaillée des moyens humains et matériels affectés à chacune de ces étapes ; le consultant indiquera l’organisation qu’il compte mettre en œuvre pour respecter le délai d’exécution de l’évaluation ainsi que le nombre de réunions d’information/concertation qu’il prévoit ;
    • un résumé de l’expérience passée du consultant dans les évaluations de projets avec des certificats à l’appui ;
    • les CV du personnel proposé ;
  • Iraq: Human Resources Consultant, Iraq


    Organization: Global Communities
    Country: Iraq
    Closing date: 30 Sep 2017

    Overview:

    Global Communities is an international non-profit organization that works closely with communities worldwide to bring about sustainable changes that improve the lives and livelihoods of the vulnerable. Global Communities is currently implementing a multi-sectoral relief program in northern Syria from its field offices in Dohuk and Erbil, Iraq.

    Global Communities’ Department of Humanitarian Assistance intends to engage a consultant to develop a Human Resources Manual that is compliant with Iraqi local labor law as well as Global Communities’ standard policies and procedures.

    Location of Work: Dohuk, Iraq with travel to Erbil as necessary

    Anticipated Level of Effort (LOE): 45 business days

    Responsibilities:

    Scope of Work:

    • Review current Global Communities’ HR management procedures, policies, guidelines, and templates to develop a manual that is aligned with Iraqi local labor law

    • Secure current Iraqi local labor code and documentation of predominant local Iraqi employment practices, including but not limited to: employment standards, occupational health and safety, and compensation

    • Identify gaps between code/practices and current Global Communities’ procedures, policies, guidelines, and templates

    • and make recommendations for improvements
      Coordinate scope of work and deliverables with HR at Global Communities’ headquarters and the Turkey field office

    Deliverables:

    Human Resources Policies and Procedures Manual that reflects Global Communities’ standard policies and practices, and is in accordance with Iraqi local labor law. The final content will be defined in coordination with Global Communities.

    The following is an illustrative outline of the contents of the Human Resources Manual

    • Standards of Conduct

    • Recruitment and Hiring

    • Induction and Orientation

    • Payment Procedures and Timekeeping

    • Leave and Absences

    • Benefits and Compensation

    • Performance Management and Evaluation

    • Separation Process

    Past Performance:

    The Consultant shall submit a list of all current contracts and completed assignments that are similar in size, scope and complexity to the Scope of Work. The Consultant shall provide the customer’s name, contract value, current postal and e-mail addresses, and telephone number for an available point of contact.

    Fees:

    The Consultant shall submit fully completed and signed Contractor Employee Biodata Form to support his/her daily rates for this consultancy.

    Qualifications:

    • A Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management, Business or Public Administration, or a related field
    • A minimum of 7 years’ experience in administration and human resources
    • Experience with an international non-governmental organization preferred
    • Experience developing HR manuals
    • Familiarity with accepted HR practices and procedures, Iraqi labor code and USAID rules and regulations
    • Prior experience in Iraq and the MENA region preferred
    • Excellent command of English, both written and spoken, and working knowledge of Arabic and/or Kurdish is an asset

    How to apply:

    https://internationalcareers-globalcommunities.icims.com/jobs/1371/human-resources-consultant%2c-iraq/job

  • Information Management Specialist (SGBV)


    Organization: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
    Closing date: 03 Sep 2017

    Job Title : Information Management Specialist (SGBV)

    Duty Station : Home-based

    Duration : 01 September 2017 – 31 December 2017

    Contract Type : International Individual Contractor Agreement (IICA)

    Contract Level : IICA - 2

    Closing date : Sunday 3 September 2017

    BACKGROUND:**

    Building information management systems and collecting, analysing and using data to be more effective in delivering protection and assistance to people of concern is a key pillar of UNHCR’s Strategic Directions for 2017-2021. In the Division of International Protection, UNHCR has been supporting information management systems for SGBV-related data since 2007. Ensuring the safe and ethical storage, analysis and sharing of SGBV-related data is critical to UNHCR’s ability to deliver its protection mandate to men, women, boys and girls who survive or are at risk of SGBV.

    The SGBV IM Specialist will work as part of this team to promote this approach within UNHCR at all levels, and in particular to support country operations to strengthen SGBV information management. The IM Specialist will support operations in using key systems and tools, including the Gender-Based Violence Information Management System (GBVIMS), proGres, KoBo, etc.

    A key part of the role will be working as part of the Gender-Based Violence Information Management System (GBVIMS) Technical Team to support UNHCR in its role as a key GBVIMS coordinating actor in the field. The GBVIMS is a multi-faceted interagency initiative to harmonize data collection on SGBV in humanitarian settings, to provide a simple system for SGBV project managers to collect and analyse their data, and to enable the safe and ethical sharing of reported SGBV incident data. The GBVIMS has four components: the GBV Classification tool, the Standard Intake Form, the Incident Recorder and the Information Sharing Protocol. In 2015, in recognition of the fact that effective information management for SGBV response is founded on case management service provision, a case management information management component was added.

    In addition to working with other key external partners, the SGBV IM Specialist will also work with other sections and divisions within UNHCR to ensure that SGBV IM good practice is mainstreamed across and linked up with IM efforts in the organisation.

    OVERALL PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF ASSIGNMENT:**

    • Collect and analyse information to ensure appropriate priority countries have been selected for SGBV IM support, including GBVIMS roll out activities (via questionnaires, strategies, caseloads, needs).
    • Support operations in identifying and analysing data protection risks and mitigation measures related to SGBV case management and information management.
    • Support UNHCR country operations to identify and use appropriate SGBV IM tools and solutions in their contexts.
    • Represent UNHCR on the interagency GBVIMS Technical Team.
    • Organizing and facilitating trainings and workshops for key frontline actors on SGBV information management, including on GBVIMS, data analysis and case management information management.
    • Supporting the development of capacity building plans and assessments for SGBV information management.
    • Backstopping roll-out processes for GBVIMS and other SGBV IM tools, including by providing regular on- and off-site technical support to UNHCR and partners and liaising with other UNHCR and external partners as necessary.
    • Advocating with key stakeholders at senior management and working levels to ensure buy-in for SGBV IM processes, including GBVIMS.
    • Supporting the development of standardised tools and procedures for situation monitoring, case management information management, SGBV program reporting and other monitoring needs.
    • Undertake other duties as required.

    MONITORING AND PROGRESS CONTROLS (REPORT REQUIREMENTS, PERIODICITY, FORMAT, DEADLINES):**

    • Successful implementation of SGBV IM tools in selected priority countries
    • GBVIMS buy-in from all key stakeholders
    • Facilitation of SGBV IM training workshops
    • Technical support provided on case management and information management for SGBV
    • Performance will be monitored through weekly updates and scheduled performance reviews.

    QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:**

    Education:**

    • Master's degree in social work, international relations, humanities/other related degree, or equivalent field and programming experience (advanced degree preferred);

    Experience:**

    • 6-10 years previous experience working in a humanitarian context in a role that includes SGBV prevention and response;
    • Demonstrated work experience in information management and data analysis;
    • Experience as a training facilitator;
    • Experience in managing case management programmes is a significant asset;

    · Previous work experience with UNHCR is desirable.

    COMPETENCIES:**

    • Excellent computer skills: advanced MS Word and Excel (including pivot table/chart analysis) is essential; experience with KoBo and proGres is an asset.
    • Excellent analytical skills: advanced data analysis skills including the capacity to collect and analyse qualitative and quantitative data from various sources to produce meaningful analysis for strategic planning, programing, advocacy and other needs.
    • Demonstrated organizational skills: the ability to work independently and productively in a fast-paced environment;
    • Flexible work attitude: the ability to work productively, independently, and to handle requests or issues as they arise
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills: the ability to successfully and effectively communicate with people in a multi-cultural environment;
    • Fluency in French, Spanish or another UN language desirable.

    LANGUAGE:**

    • Languages: Excellent knowledge of English and good working knowledge of another UN language desirable.

    How to apply:

    TO APPLY:**

    Interested applicants should submit the required documents listed below by e-mail to HQDIPVAC@unhcr.org referring to Vacancy Number DIP/POSS/030/2017:

    · Letter of motivation, addressing each of the personal requirements in the vacancy notice;

    · Completed UN Personal History Form (P11) signed, including testimonials/degrees/certificates.

    • The UN personal History Form is mandatory;

    • P 11 forms are available on www.unhcr.org/recruit/p11new.doc

    • All application received without a P 11 will not be considered

    DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS 03 September 2017 } -->

  • Ukraine: Scope of Work – Social Housing Expert Consultant


    Organization: Catholic Relief Services
    Country: Ukraine
    Closing date: 31 Aug 2017

    Purpose

    The Social Housing Consultant will develop durable housing solutions for internally displaced persons and other vulnerable cases and will work with relevant stakeholders to improve the existing legal framework for social housing

    Background

    For more than 20 years, Caritas Ukraine has aimed to meet the social, material, and psychological needs of Ukrainians. Caritas Ukraine is a member of Caritas Internationalis, one of the largest international networks of charitable organizations. Since 2014, Caritas Ukraine has responded to the crisis in eastern Ukraine by meeting the basic needs of Ukrainians affected by the conflict, in the sphere of shelter and infrastructure, this has included repairing damaged homes and performing needed renovations to primary and secondary schools.

    Catholic Relief Services is a humanitarian relief and development organization which responds to emergencies and chronic poverty in more than 100 countries on 5 continents. CRS has more than 20 years of shelter and settlements experience and has constructed more than 200,000 housing units in more than 30 countries.

    Consultancy Description

    In light of the need to identify long-term solutions for individuals and families displaced as a result of the conflict, the consultant will support the development of social housing plans and proposals, in coordination with municipalities, to address the immediate and long-term housing needs of IDPs and other socially vulnerable groups.

    The tasks and responsibilities of the Consultant will, inter alia, be the following:

    • Researching and documenting existing policy and legislation surrounding social housing and social support programs (i.e. all state-supported housing programs for disadvantaged groups; social support for rent and utilities; and employment programs for IDPs and other groups)
    • Identifying gaps and opportunities in national housing and social policy/legislation and developing recommendations for improving national and municipal legislation.
    • Participating in the Shelter coordination mechanisms for the humanitarian response in eastern Ukraine to champion social housing.
    • Working with local partner NGOs and municipal authorities to develop social housing plans that are sustainable, affordable, integrative, supportive to residents, and which make use of local resources and expertise. This may include writing narrative versions of housing strategies and plans, developing budgets, and liaising with architects and construction companies.
    • Developing clear definitions and criteria for resident selection which considers existing social housing queueing policies and possibilities for increased integration between IDPs and host community
    • Developing clear management structures and outlining roles and responsibilities of all stakeholders, including Ministry for Temporarily Occupied Territories and IDPs, municipality, supporting NGO, residents etc.
    • Developing social housing rent calculation guidelines and procedures
    • Developing guidelines and procedures for social housing usage by tenants (rights and obligations) as well for building owners

    • Coordinating with the organization’s shelter and social policy experts and adapting the agency’s experience in Europe to the Ukrainian context

    Desired Consultant Profile

    Qualifications

    • Education: At least a bachelor’s degree, graduate degree preferred (preference for degrees in architecture, law, or finance)
    • Work experience: At least 5 years’ involvement in shelter projects or social/affordable housing projects, with a progressive level of responsibility
    • Detailed knowledge of Ukrainian housing policy, financing structures, and legislation
    • Detailed knowledge of Ukrainian building code and construction law and procedures.
    • Familiarity with international development donors and humanitarian/development programs
    • Fluency in Ukrainian/Russian and oral and written competency in English (report writing required in English)
    • Experience in coordinating with various levels of government, including ministry, oblast, raion, and municipal levels (preferred)

    Skills

    • Comfortability working with various stakeholders (partner NGOs, architects and builders, social service providers, and government officials),
    • Strong communication skills and ability to lead discussions/meetings with representatives from various sectors
    • Self-motivated and interested in learning
    • Ability and willingness to travel within Ukraine

    Place of Performance

    Base location: Kyiv (flexible), with required travel across Ukraine.

    • Approximately 50% travel required to cities in central, western, and eastern Ukraine

    Period of Performance

    3 months (11 September 2017 through 10 December 2017), with an extension contingent on funding availability and performance


    How to apply:

    All interested individuals should submit the following documents in English:

    1. Cover Letter stating why the candidate is interested in the consultancy and how he/she fits the desired profile
    2. CV describing education, work experience, and other relevant skills and certifications

    All applications should be sent to vsosiura@caritas-ua.org by August 31st.

  • Appel à consultance – Libertés d’Association et de Réunion


    Organization: IREX Europe
    Closing date: 25 Aug 2017

    Contexte du présent cahier des charges

    IREX Europe est une organisation non-gouvernementale à but non-lucratif qui met en place des programmes innovants afin d’améliorer la qualité de l’éducation, de renforcer les médias indépendants, de stimuler le développement d’une société civile plurielle, et de réduire les conflits. Depuis sa création en 2004, l’approche d’IREX Europe privilégie les partenariats avec des organisations locales d’aide au développement, dans le but d’étendre leurs capacités, de construire des institutions viables et de permettre le changement grâce à des programmes de formation, de partenariat, d’éducation, de recherche ou de subventions.

    Dans ce cadre, IREX Europe a lancé en Juillet 2017 la mise en œuvre d’un projet au Maroc visant à favoriser la mise en œuvre effective d'un cadre légal propice à la liberté d'expression, d'association et de réunion et conforme aux normes internationales et aux meilleures pratiques, au Maroc.

    Le projet s’articule autour de deux objectifs spécifiques :

    1) Promouvoir le plaidoyer de la société civile et des médias pour un cadre légal amélioré qui protège les liberté d'expression, d'association et de réunion, ce plaidoyer étant basé sur une analyse complète de l'environnement légal actuel;

    2) Soutenir et renforcer la capacité des avocats, des journalistes et des professionnels des médias (y compris les acteurs des nouveaux médias /médias alternatifs) et la société civile afin qu'ils jouent un rôle de « chien de garde » pour la mise en œuvre des lois et règlements existants conformes aux normes internationales.

    Le projet est mis en œuvre en partenariat avec l’association marocaine Adala, Article 19 MENA et le secteur communication et information du bureau de l’UNESCO à Rabat. Cet appel d’offre vise à sélectionner le(a) consultant(e) qui sera en charge de: 1) mener un travail de recherche documentaire etd’analyse du cadre légal marocain relatif aux libertés d’association et de réunion,en binôme avec un(e) expert(e) marocain(e), 2)participer aux consultations des parties prenantes nationales pertinentes pour la production d’un document final comportant des recommandations concrètes pouvant servir de feuille de route pour le travail de plaidoyer de la société civile et des médias, 3) appuyer les actions de plaidoyer de la société civile marocaines envers les décideurs, en participant aux réunions techniques organisées dans le cadre du projet et en coordonnant les activités d’échanges entre pairs.

    Présentation des objectifs

    Objectif général : Promouvoir le plaidoyer de la société civile et des médias pour un cadre légal amélioré qui protège les libertés d'expression, d'association et de réunion, ce plaidoyer étant basé sur une analyse complète de l'environnement légal actuel

    Objectifs spécifiques

    1. Mener une recherche documentaire et un travail d’analyse du cadre légal marocain relatif aux libertés d’association et de réunion, en binôme avec un(e) expert(e) marocain(e) ;
    2. Présenter les premiers résultats de cette recherche aux parties prenantes nationales pertinentes lors de deux ateliers de travail thématiques (un sur la liberté d’association et un sur la liberté de réunion) ;
    3. Prendre en compte et intégrer les recommandations des participants aux ateliers pour finaliser un document synthétique d’analyse et de recommandations pouvant servir de feuille de route pour le plaidoyer de la société civile ;
    4. Participer aux réunions techniques avec des décideurs marocains suivant ces recommandations ;
    5. Faciliter l’organisation d’échange entre pairs pour des responsables et décideurs marocains avec des institutions européennes ou de la région MENA.

    Résultats attendus

    Les principales parties prenantes de la société civile et des médias ont une meilleure connaissance du cadre juridique marocain et des normes internationales en matière de libertés d’association et de réunion et sont munis d’une feuille de route pour le plaidoyer et la réforme.

    À l’issue de l’intervention de l’expert(e) :

    Les acteurs de la société civile et des médias 1) auront une meilleure connaissance et compréhension du cadre juridique marocain et des normes internationales en matière de libertés d’association et de réunion ; 2) disposerontd’une feuille de route pour mener un travail de plaidoyer; 3) Seront en mesured’échanger avec les décideurs marocains sur des questions techniques particulières relatives à l’amélioration du cadre légal marocain relatif aux libertés d’association et de réunion ou de leur mise en application.

    Les représentants des autorités marocaines, décideurs, responsables d’institutions nationales : 1) auront une meilleure compréhension des normes internationales et bonnes pratiques en matière de libertés d’association et de réunion ; 2) bénéficieront d’opportunités d’échange constructifs avec les représentants de la société civile et des médias sur l’amélioration du cadre légal et/ou se mise en œuvre effective ; 3) auront une meilleure connaissance de ce qui se pratique dans le cadre d’organisations/institutions similaires à l’étranger, dans la région ou au sein de l’Union Européenne.

    Profil du/de la consultant(e)

    Expert(e) ayant cumulé au cours de sa carrière au moins 10 ans d’expérience dans la cadre de programme de développement et d’appui aux organisations locales de la société civile pour la promotion des libertés fondamentales ;
    Expérience et/ ou très bonne connaissance du contexte marocain demandées ;
    Expert(e) ayant déjà mené(e) avec des recherches, études et/ou analyses sur l’environnement légal relatif aux libertés fondamentales ;
    Excellente capacité orale et écrite en Français ;
    La maitrise de l’Arabe est considérée comme un plus.

    Méthodologie d’intervention souhaitée

    Le/la consultant(e) devra sur la base de son expérience et des informations ci-dessus et après proposer une approche méthodologique budgétisée qui lui semblera pertinente ;

    Le/la consultant(e) devra tenir régulièrement informé(e) le/la responsable du projet d’IREX Europe des évolutions de son intervention, notamment par le biais de rendez-vous et/ou de réunions téléphoniques mensuelles ;

    Le/la consultant(e) devra remettre un rapport d’intervention intermédiaire à l’issue de la première étape d’intervention (décrite dans la paragraphe ci-dessous) au plus tard le 15 janvier 2018. Ce rapport comprendra un bilan qualitatif ainsi que des recommandations pour la seconde étape d’intervention ;

    Le/la consultant(e) devra, au terme de sa mission, rédiger un rapport complet d’intervention présentant un bilan qualitatif et des pistes de suivi, qui devra être remis à IREX Europe dans un délai de 15 jours après la fin de sa mission ; Il est de l’entière responsabilité du/de la consultant(e) de soumettre une méthodologie adaptée, et réaliste, tenant compte du budget prévu à cet effet.

    Calendrier d’intervention

    L’intervention s’étalera du 1erseptembre 2017 au 31 décembre 2018 et devra prendre en considération les étapes clés ci-dessous :

    • La première étape, qui comprend la recherche documentaire, l’analyse, la participation aux ateliers ainsi que la rédaction du document final, se tiendra du 1er septembre au 31 décembre 2017;

    • La seconde étape comprendra la participation aux réunions techniques ainsi que l’appui aux activités d’échange entre pairs, selon un calendrier fixé avec IREX Europe, qui s’étendra entre Février et Décembre 2018. Il est de la responsabilité du consultant de définir sa charge de travail durant cette consultance afin d’atteindre les résultats attendus.

    Localisation des actions

    La prestation du/de la consultant(e) devra s’effectuer en partie à domicile et en partie au Maroc, avec un nombre d’au moins 5 missions courtes à Rabat, au Maroc.

    Modalités financières

    Le budget prévu pour l’action est d’un maximum de15 000 € pour la totalité de la prestation, qui sera versé en deux tranches, selon les deux phases détaillées ci-dessous. Les prestataires devront préciser le coût total de la prestation.

    L’offre financière proposée par le consultant(e) devra s’entendre en TTC.

    Elle détaillera les deux phases suivantes :

    1) l’ensemble des coûts liés au travail de recherche, d’analyse, de consultation et de rédaction, y compris les frais de déplacement et d’hébergement du consultant pour participer à 3 évènements, à Rabat, au Maroc (atelier de lancement, groupe de travail thématique et atelier final de restitution) 2) les coûts de participation aux réunions techniques (au moins 2 missions courtes au Maroc) et d’appui aux activités d’échanges entre pairs.

    IREX Europe et Adala assureront l’organisation logistique des activités au Maroc (mobilisation des participants, mise à disposition de la salle et de tout le matériel nécessaire, frais de déplacement, etc.).


    How to apply:

    Les réponses au présent appel d’offre sont à adresser au plus tard le 25 août 2017 par courrier électronique à IREX Europe (fduvauchelle[at]irexeurope.eu)

    Les offres devront contenir :

    • La proposition méthodologique et financière ; • Le CV du/de la consultant(e); • Des références (au moins 3) en relation avec la mission.

  • Philippines: Consultant to conduct a Comprehensive Needs Assessment


    Organization: Nonviolent Peaceforce
    Country: Philippines
    Closing date: 04 Sep 2017

    A. Nonviolent Peaceforce Philippines (NPP) and its working approach

    NPP is one of the Country Programmes of Nonviolent Peaceforce, a global civil society organisation, with the mission to protect civilians in violent conflicts through unarmed strategies, building peace side by side with local communities and advocating for the wider adoption of these approaches to safeguard human lives and dignity.

    Established in 2002, NP has worked in numerous conflict-affected areas worldwide, with current operations in South Sudan, Myanmar, the Middle East and Philippines. NP launched its programme in the Philippines in 2007 following invitations from local civil society and endorsements by key parties in the GPH-MILF peace process and actively supports the peace process and safety and security of civilian communities by helping monitor the ceasefire. Overall, NP employs Unarmed Civilian Protection (UCP) as a methodology, deploys unarmed civilians before, during and after conflict in order to reduce violence and protect civilians from its harmful impact.

    Within every conflict-affected area we enter, and throughout our work worldwide, NP wants to achieve four overarching goals:

    · To facilitate and support safe space for fostering lasting peace.

    · To reduce violence and increase the safety and security of civilians affected by violent conflict.

    · To develop and promote the theory and practice of unarmed civilian peacekeeping so that it may be adopted as a policy option by decision makers and public institutions.

    · To build the pool of professionals able to join peace teams through regional activities, training, and maintaining a roster of trained, available people.

    B. Briefly about Programmes

    In 2009, NP was invited by both Government of the Philippines (GPH) and Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) Peace Panels along with three local civil society organisations to compose the Civilian Protection Component (CPC) of the International Monitoring Team (IMT).

    The GPH and MILF entrusted NPP, as a member of the CPC, with the responsibility to monitor, verify and report the compliance and non-compliance of both parties with respect to their duty to protect civilians and their properties during conflict.

    NPP deploys International and National Civilian Protection Monitors in conflict-affected areas in Central, North-Western and Western Mindanao to document and respond to civilian protection related issues. The proactive and protective presence of NPP in vulnerable areas instils trust among communities in the ongoing peace process and supports GPH and MILF in fulfilling their responsibilities towards civilians.

    In addition, NPP encourages and supports local communities in their own efforts to deter and mitigate violence. Since 2007, NPP has collaborated with communities, local civil society partners and government structures to strengthen, consolidate and expand existing community-based protection mechanisms as well as support the establishment of new ones in vulnerable areas. These inclusive early warning early response (EWER) structures utilise information coming directly from the community to identify, prevent or contain emerging conflicts before they escalate, thereby limiting the impact on civilians. NP believes that members of conflict-affected communities are best placed to recognise conflict indicators or triggers and to identify the most viable conflict resolution and protection mechanisms for their community.

    While conflict indicators are identified and monitored by trained local volunteers, NPP supports in fostering linkages with a range of stakeholders who can address early warning signals and respond to civilian protection needs. Moreover, NPP’s contribution towards strengthening EWER structures and mechanisms supports communities, local civil society and authorities in creating a sustainable impact in violence reduction and community resilience.

    Furthermore, NPP has been proactively and responsively addressing child protection needs stemming from armed conflict (including in the context of rido) in Central and Western Mindanao since 2011. Within the overarching framework of Children and Armed Conflict (CAAC), the focus has been on the Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism on Grave Child Rights Violations (MRM-GCRVs). Aside from the reporting and documentation of GCRVs, NPP, in response to these violations, facilitates referral pathways and links the identified needs to duty-bearing entities and service-providers that includes enabling quick response to suspected presence of explosive remnants of war (ERWs). In order to enhance the protection of children in situations of armed conflict, NPP also raises awareness of diverse stakeholders including but not limited to government line agencies, armed forces, non-state armed actors, and so forth. Through these interventions, NPP bolsters effective and systematic responsive efforts by means of advocacy, programmatic interventions, and joint missions with other organisations and institutions.

    Where we work,

    NPP implements programming through field teams in four geographic areas:

    1. Central and South Central Mindanao: Maguindanao, South Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, Saranggani and General Santos (SOCSKSARGEN)

    2. North Cotabato as well as two adjacent municipalities in Lanao del Sur and two in Maguindanao

    3. Lanao region, covering both Lanao provinces

    4. Western Mindanao, covering Zamboanga City, Basilan, Sulu and Tawi-Tawi

    C. Purpose of the task

    In response to the changing context in Mindanao that includes low intensity conflict, transition to stabilisation in terms of the GPH-MILF Peace Process as well as escalating violent conflict led by extremist elements, which has resulted in, among others, sustaining protracted displacement as well as triggered new rounds of large-scale displacement in some of the areas, the outcome of the assessment will inform the development of NPP’s gender-responsive programming in unarmed civilian protection based on the needs of conflict affected civilians.

    D. Specific objectives

    Specific objectives of the task are as follows:

    1. Assess the current civilian protection causes, concerns and needs in NPP’s geographic programme areas and in accordance with the thematic foci including protection during conflict, in displacement, return, resettlement and local integration[1], human rights defenders/civil society activists, sexual and gender based violence[2], and women’s participation in peace and security.

    2. Produce information on protection trends and early warning indicators[3] and recommend key contingency preparedness planning that may be included within NPP’s future programme design to strengthen local protection capacities and anticipate new emergencies/risks and to deal with significant changes in the evolving humanitarian landscape.

    3. Determine key risks and vulnerabilities faced by children[4] and protective factors available to them in the short, medium, and long term, while providing some knowledge of where the main information gaps are on the ground.

    4. In order to better facilitate referral mechanisms, conduct comprehensive mapping of Who, What, When, Where, for Whom (5Ws of Protection Actors and Available Programmes) on the key civilian protection issues and identified gaps (including CAAC), which may further inform NPP’s programmatic and geographic complementation and convergence.

    5. Assess the impact of the current conflict context and civilian protection concerns on the GPH-MILF Peace Process, and identify barriers for civilian participation and possible conflict triggers related to the transition period, process of Normalisation and peacebuilding in the context of the Peace Process.

    6. Identify the current limitations of as well as potential opportunities for NPP to harness technology for ‘civilian protection’ initiatives and recommend some key steps for strengthening ways to leverage technological advancements in NPP’s programmatic deliverables.

    E. Methodology and Process

    · The consultant will take up both quantitative and qualitative methods for the Needs Assessment. The consultant/agency will be appreciated for using gender-sensitive Participatory Tools and Techniques for data collection, which may include but not be limited to In-depth interviews, Field visits, Key informant interviews, Focus group discussions, etc.

    · Comprehensive desk review of all relevant documents i.e. peace agreement, review related literature, books, records, NP programme reports, evaluations and assessments, available Child Protection Rapid Assessment Toolkits, related Government policy papers, and so forth as deemed important.

    · The consulting firm/bidder will conduct gender-balanced interaction with both NPP staff and potential stakeholders on a sample basis.

    · The consulting firm/bidder will have to fully engage our primary participants (stakeholders) (i.e. Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), Coordinating Committee on Cessation of Hostilities (CCCH), Office of Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP), International Monitoring Team (IMT), the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), the Philippines National Police (PNP), Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM), the Bangsamoro Transition Commission (BTC), affected communities and community-based EWER structures, government line agencies, local partners, religious leaders, I/NGOs, etc.) who as our core network play the most significant role in the UCP and peace process.

    The information will be collected from project areas, Central, North-Western and Western Mindanao, Philippines: Lanao del Norte, Lanao del Sur, Cotabato City, North Cotabato, Maguindanao, SOCSKSARGEN, Zamboanga City, Basilan, Sulu and Tawi-Tawi.

    The sample will need to be stratified by sex, age, and categories of exclusion, such as, ethnicity, ability, occupation, and geographical remoteness. For the qualitative survey, the participants should be from communities, civil society, armed groups, the security sector, policy makers, government service providers, I/NGOs.

    F. Indicative Time frame

    Presumably, 45 working days would be required for the task, which can also be decided upon discussion between both parties. It is expected that the whole task should be finished within two months from the starting date.

    G. Reporting and Presentation /Results expected

    Output 1: The consulting firm/bidder will submit a comprehensive assessment report in both electronic version and signed hard copy. The document should be very precise and address each specific objective. The consulting firm/bidder will submit the following:

    1. Inception report on the execution of the assignment within ONE (1) week of the commencement of the consultancy.

    2. Share questionnaire and field test result before finalising the questionnaire

    3. Draft comprehensive report within 35 days and the report including at least the following:

    4. Title Page

    5. Table of contents, figures and tables

    6. Abbreviations /acronyms page

    7. Executive summary (2-3 pages)

    8. Introduction

    9. Methodology

    10. Limitation of the methodology

    11. Rational of the assessment

    12. Findings

    13. Lessons Learn

    14. Conclusions and Recommendations

    The consulting firm/bidder can suggest and add any other heading, if considered necessary.

    The consulting firm/bidder will also provide regular feedback/briefs to NPP Programme Manager and Program Development Officer.

    Output 2: The consulting firm/bidder will produce a comprehensive assessment report

    Output 3: The consulting firm/bidder will also deliver a high-quality Power-Point presentation before finalising the report.

    H. Key contacts and report

    Information Management Officer under Programme Manager of NPP will be the contact point from NPP. The consulting firm/bidder should report to Programme Manager.

    I. Mode of payment

    The payment will be done according to the following time frame/arrangement:

    • 1st instalment will be 20% of the total amount; and perceived 5 working days after signing the Agreement

    • 2nd instalment will be 50% of the total amount, and perceived after the draft report

    • 3rd instalment will be 30% of the total amount, and perceived after satisfactory completion of the task

    The payments will be made in A/C payee cheques in the name of the consultant/firm. NPP will deduct income tax at source as per the rules of GPH and it will be deposited to treasury of GPH. Besides no other benefits shall be admissible beyond what is stipulated in the contract, nor does it guarantee a regular position in NPP.

    J. Copyright and ownership of data

    Copyright of all information, findings and the final version lie with NPP

    K. General

    1. Required logistics support, as prescribed in the agreement, will be provided by NPP.

    2. All documents prepared during the assignment will be treated as NPP property.

    3. Assignment will not be sub-contracted to anyone.

    4. In the event that, additional time is required to complete the contract, over and above that previously agreed to, without changing the scope of work, then it has to be agreed by NPP in writing.

    5. In case of any change made, in the scope of work by NPP because an increase or decrease in the cost or time required for performance or any part of the work under the contract, equitable adjustment in the contract price, delivery schedule, or both will be amended in writing.

    6. Confidentiality of all the assignment will be assured at all times.

    L. Preparation of the Proposal

    The consulting firm/bidder shall bear all costs associated with the preparation and submission of the proposal. The consulting firm/bidder shall submit technical and financial proposal to hrm-npp@nonviolentpeaceforce.org

    All costs should be quoted in the Philippines peso (PhP) and will remain valid up to Forty-Five Days (45) from the day of proposal submission.

    1. Outline of the Technical Proposal

    It is mandatory that the proposal should maintain the following format:

    TopicTitle of the survey

    Understanding of the Task

    Technical aspects of the proposal

    Methodology (state detail about the sampling design and strategy, data collection systems/

    techniques/methods, Data Processing & Analysis, Ensure data quality)

    Operational plan

    Proposed team with names and curriculum vitae

    Submitted by: (with contact details)

    Detailed CVs’ of the team members should be included in the annexure of the technical proposal. It is desirable that the proposal should contain the abovementioned sections only.

    2. Outline of the Financial Proposal

    The budget of the task should be broken down in details as like the following format:

    Consultancy fees

    Questionnaire development cost

    Data collection cost

    Communication and transportation cost

    Data processing & analysing cost

    Reporting cost

    Miscellaneous (stationeries, printing, etc.)

    The firm/bidder may include/exclude any necessary heads from the abovementioned format. All the pages of the financial proposal should be signed by the respective person of the firm/bidder

    3. Competence Required:

    Qualification and Experiences

    • Must have minimum of 5 years of overall working experience with donor funded projects / national or international organisations / international donor, etc.
    • Must demonstrate minimum 3 years’ relevant experience in conducting assessment in protection including child protection, SGBV, protection in displacement, etc.
    • Must possess a strong understanding of civilian protection in situations of armed conflict, peacekeeping, and peacebuilding programmes.
    • Must demonstrate experience in the use of participatory methods for conducting research/studies

    Knowledge and skills

    • Excellent analytical, interpersonal, communication and reporting skills.
    • Excellent technical knowledge on peace process context in Mindanao.
    • Competency in examining civilian protection issues.
    • Mastery of written and spoken English.

    4. Supervision:

    Consulting firm/bidder will work under the supervision of Programme Manager.

    5. Confidentiality:

    All the outputs e.g. needs assessment reports, data base, etc. produced by this assignment will be treated as the NPP’s property. So, the abovementioned outputs or any part of it cannot be sold, used or reproduced in any manner by the assigned consultant/team without prior permission from NPP.

    [1] such as ascertain % of IDPs willing to return to places of origin and why, or, % of IDPs unwilling to return and why, etc.

    [2] such as frequent places and time of occurrences, population most at risk and its causes, factors that make cases of sexual violence unreported, main forms of SGBV among IDPs and their potential causes, availability of and access to SGBV services, etc.

    [3] such as relationship between IDPs and Host Communities, or, relationship between evacuation centre-based IDPs and home-based IDPs, etc. taking into account the political, religious, socio-economic, and cultural context

    [4] with particular emphasis on physical harm, gender based violence, family separation, recruitment into armed groups, psychosocial distress of children, among others


    How to apply:

    Interested consultant/agencies are requested to read and strictly follow the detailed Terms of Reference and the circular and submit both technical and financial proposals by no later than September 4, 2017.

    The proposals should be sent to: hrm-npp@nonviolentpeaceforce.org

  • Accelerated Education Consultant


    Organization: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
    Closing date: 28 Aug 2017

    1. General Background

    The Accelerated Education Working Group (AEWG) is a working group made up of education partners working in Accelerated Education. The AEWG is currently led by UNHCR with representation from UNICEF, UNESCO, USAID, NRC, Plan, IRC, Save the Children, Education and Conflict Crisis Network (ECCN) and War Child Holland.

    Globally, Accelerated Education programs are employed with more and more frequency to address the overwhelming numbers of out of school children and youth. However, while there is widespread agreement on the need for such programming among agencies and governments, there is insufficient validated documentation that provides guidance, standards and indicators for efficient program planning, implementation and monitoring. To address some of these specific challenges related to Accelerated Education, starting with the lack of guidance and standards, in 2014 UNHCR invited a small number of education partners working in the area to participate in the formation of a working group.

    To support with this lack of guidance in 2016, the AEWG developed 10 Principles for Effective Practice and an accompanying Guide which specifies key definitions, essential information, recommended actions based on good practice, indications of challenges, examples, case studies, and suggested reading[1].

    Testing of these tools commenced in mid-2016 and included: (1) development of a checklist, based on the 10 AE Principles and associated subprinciples which was disseminated to AE programmes through the AEWG; (2) solicitation of feedback from global AE experts; and (3) field visits to 4 AE programmes in 3 locations: Kenya, Afghanistan and Sierra Leone, (with a desk study conducted in Mali) to test the relevance, utility and application of the AE Principles and Guide within various contexts, with different target populations, and at various stages of the programme cycle. Recommendations for revisions of these materials were made in line with the findings from the field work.

    We require a consultant to make the revisions to the materials in time for the AEWG launch in early October 2017. We also require technical input and work on initial drafts of further materials that are part of the AEWG 2017 work plan and will be finalised in early 2018. UNICEF funds for the AEWG will contribute to the finalisation of the deliverables after December 31st.

    2. Purpose and Scope of Assignment

    This assignment has several parts:

    a. To review, edit and finalise the existing AEWG guidance materials: 10 Principles for Effective Practice, Guide to the Principles, the Principle Checklist and the Accelerated Education definitions in line with the findings and recommendations from the field work

    b. To develop new AEWG materials: an Accelerated Education Policy brief, key messages for Accelerated Education, a draft donor engagement strategy and a draft Ministry of Education engagement strategy

    c. To work on finalising already drafted material for the Accelerated Education ‘tool box’, including but not limited to: indicators, log frame, theory of change, workshop guide (with a specific design component), process evaluation model and presentations

    d. To ensure all materials are uniform and consistent in their guidance

    The consultancy will be managed by UNHCR as part of the AEWG, in collaboration with technical inputs from other AEWG partners.

    Objective:

    To support the AEWG in developing and finalizing a set of tools and guidance for Accelerated Education.

    3. Deliverables

    a. Reviewed, edited and finalized: 10 Principles for Effective Practice, Guide to the Principles, Principle Checklist and the Accelerated Education definitions

    b. Accelerated Education Policy brief (maximum 3 pages)

    c. Key messages for Accelerated Education (minimum x 5 messages)

    d. Donor engagement strategy

    e. Ministry of Education engagement strategy

    f. Final drafts of material for the Accelerated Education ‘tool box’, including but not limited to: indicators, log frame. theory of change, workshop guide and presentations and ‘how to guide’

    4. Qualifications and Work Experience

    a. Education

    • University degree in Communication, Education or social sciences or a related field and relevant work experience of 4 years or 2 years and a post graduate university degree.

    b. Work Experience and Skills

    · At least 8 years of experience in progressively responsible functions in education.

    • Demonstrated knowledge of and experience in Accelerated Education in development or humanitarian contexts. Familiarity with the work of the AEWG an advantage.

    · Demonstrated field experience in education in humanitarian or development contexts, preferably Accelerated Education.

    · Excellent command of spoken and written English.

    · Experience in refugee contexts preferred.

    · Experience of targeted advocacy for education preferred.

    · Knowledge of the donor landscape for education.

    · Experience of working with Ministries of Education.

    Location:

    Home based – Preferably Copenhagen


    How to apply:

    TO APPLY:

    Interested applicants should submit the required documents listed below by e-mail to HQDIPVAC@unhcr.org referring to Vacancy Number DIP/EDU/026/2017 – Accelerated Education Consultant” in the subject of the email:

    · Letter of motivation, addressing each of the personal requirements in the vacancy notice;

    · Completed UN Personal History Form (P11) signed, including testimonials/degrees/certificates.

    • The UN personal History Form is mandatory;

    • P 11 forms are available on www.unhcr.org/recruit/p11new.doc

    • All applications received without a P 11 will not be considered

    DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS - 28 August 2017

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  • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: Communications Volunteer


    Organization: Internews Europe
    Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    Closing date: 29 Aug 2017

    Role: Volunteer Work Experience in Communications in Global Network

    Period: September 2017 to December 2017, two to three days per week.

    Reporting to: Senior Programme Manager

    Summary

    We are looking for a dynamic, creative person who is keen to get work experience to refine their skills in communications to support the Communication with Disaster Affected Communities Network. This exciting role will help to ensure that people are kept up to date about the importance of communication in international humanitarian-response.

    About the CDAC Network

    The CDAC Network serves as a platform which brings together over 30 diverse local, regional and global actors to catalyse communities’ ability to connect, access information and have a voice in humanitarian emergencies. Its unique communication-focussed members range from UN agencies and NGOs, to Media Development, Telecoms and Technology organisations, including those working on translation, local radio, or high and low-end technologies. This extended network comes with connections to the private sector, civil society groups, communities and national governments. All come together flexibly according to their strengths and through their work, to address a recognised gap: to improve communication with and between communities in humanitarian preparedness and response.

    Under DFID’s Disasters and Emergencies Preparedness Programme (DEPP), CDAC Network is implementing a project to improve preparedness capacity for more effective delivery of humanitarian assistance by focusing on information sharing and two-way communication with communities at risk of or affected by disaster. One of the strands of the project is to develop tools and resources to build awareness and skills as a preparedness mechanism, and to be used as reference material during response to improve it.

    Purpose of the Role

    To provide communications support to the CDAC Network Secretariat to ensure that people are aware of the ongoing work of the network, and that the pulse of communication as a form of aid is maintained on social media.

    Main Areas of Work:

    • Keeping the website, members and partners updated about the work of CDAC’s projects, including the Disasters and Emergencies Preparedness Programme and Start Network Innovation Labs.
    • Media monitoring and updating the website with stories and news of projects, sector trends in the sector and other topics of interest.
    • Support in drafting monthly newsletters.
    • Keeping Twitter and Facebook accounts updated with relevant and interesting information.
    • Story planning and writing for the website.

    What we offer you

    • The chance to build up a published portfolio of communications work for global aid network
    • Mentoring support and learning opportunities on communications, community engagement and the humanitarian system
    • Opportunity to get to know the sector, more the communication/community engagement arena
    • Opportunity to get exposure to our range of members: NGO, UN, media development agencies
    • Opportunity to develop your skills as we will provide support and feedback on your work
    • Will provide a reference to all who successfully complete this work experience
    • Travel and food expenses: of up to £5 for lunch and travel up to £17 per day (receipt based).

    Person Specification

    PERSONAL QUALITIES

    Essential

    • An interest in humanitarian aid, communications and community engagement programme work

    Desirable

    • Experience of working in the field in projects that engage with communities

    QUALIFICATION

    Essential

    • Degree or equivalent
    • Knowledge of international humanitarian affairs

    Desirable

    • Masters

    COMPETENCE/SKILLS

    Essential

    • Experience of working in communications role and producing newsletter-like communications
    • Experience of managing social media (especially Twitter)
    • Excellent written skills, including grammar and punctuation, and a journalistic eye for a story
    • Extremely well organised, strong attention to detail in regards to proof reading and administration
    • An ability to work autonomously
    • IT skills including competency in using dotCMS, MailChimp, Word and Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint
    • Ability to liaise with multiple stakeholders on different tasks

    Desirable

    • Some experience including working in a similar role for a charity
    • Experience of writing content for a range of communications platforms
    • Design skills and experience of producing visual materials such as infographics and photo stories
    • Experience of working on or being part of a digital campaign
    • Demonstrable experience of reliability and a can-do attitude

    Applications

    • Deadline for applications: Tuesday 29 August 2017 @ midnight UK time
    • First interview date: Wednesday 06 September 2017

    How to apply:

    TO APPLY: Interested candidates should submit their CV, with a covering letter (max. 2 pages), and names of two referees to hr_lon@internews.eu, mentioning the reference “CDAC-N …” and your name in the subject line. Please write your covering letter in response to the main areas of work and person specification.

  • French-English Translator for Burundi Health Non-Profit


    Organization: Village Health Works
    Closing date: 01 Nov 2017

    Village Health Works Overview

    Village Health Works (VHW) is a community-based, non-profit organization operating in the southwest of Burundi. Our mission is to provide quality, compassionate health care in a dignified environment while also treating the root causes of illness, poverty, violence and neglect. Our work includes a clinic, food security programs, education programs and economic development programs. We are in the process of building Kigutu Hospital, a district level hospital that will provide c-sections to women in need and prevent devastating, unnecessary loss in the VHW community. For more information, visit our website at www.villagehealthworks.org.

    Position Overview

    Village Health Works is in need of volunteer French-English translators. We're embarking on many exciting, new construction and campus improvement projects that will save lives in Burundi. Our projects range from construction of basic buildings, like our nutrition center, to our world-class hospital, among others. We occasionally face language barriers while coordinating between our talented staff on site and US-based staff and advisors. As we move forward with these projects and the expansion of the services our organization offers, we will continue to need help translating meeting minutes, official documents, and a variety of other types of communications, to ensure that all stakeholders have a full and complete understanding of important proposals and information. Volunteer French-English translators would help streamline these important communications.

    Potential Responsibilities

    • Translate official and/or non-official VHW documents from English to French

    • Translate official and/or non-official VHW documents from French to English

    Qualifications

    • Fluency in spoken and written French/English

    • Timeliness of translations

    • Responsiveness over email communication

    • Commitment to social justice and to Village Health Works’ mission


    How to apply:

    Ideally, a volunteer would start immediately and continue working with us through the end of 2017, with the option of extending into 2018. This position would be an unpaid, volunteer position. However, it is a great opportunity for the right professional to share their talents and learn more about our transformative work in a region of the world that is in dire need of support. To apply for this volunteer position, please email a statement of interest and current CV to rstinebaugh@villagehealthworks.org.

  • Democratic Republic of the Congo: Programme Support Officer - DRC


    Organization: Concern Worldwide
    Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Closing date: 30 Aug 2017

    About the role: This is a 12 month, new role with unaccompanied terms based in Kinshasa. This is a volunteer position.

    You will report to the Programmes Director and will work closely with Area Coordinators, Programme Managers, Emergency Coordinator.

    We would like you to start on 1st October 2017. This role is subject to the approval of funding.

    Your purpose:

    The Programme Support Officer (PSO) will support the DRC programme primarily in grant management, report writing, proposal/concept note write-ups and development of case studies, communication materials and other relevant documentation.

    You will be responsible for:

    Proposal Development, Grant Management and Reporting

    • Assist the Programmes Director (PD) in developing programme proposals and addressing ad hoc donor requests relating to the larger programme or specific components.

    • Support in the process of research and documentation of information for programme development as directed by the PD.

    • Maintain the reporting schedule and grants management system (hard and soft files), ensuring timely and accurate reporting both internally and to donors.

    • Assist Area Coordinators in the organization of programme kick-off workshops when required.

    • Collect and synthesize data from the field, and draft reports in cooperation with Programme Managers, Area Coordinators, Finance and Monitoring and Evaluation staff to a high standard and in adherence with Concern and donor guidelines.

    • Contribute to developing M&E plans and data collection tools.

    • Develop/synthesize monthly internal reports in collaboration with Programme and Area Managers.

    • Provide support to Programme Managers and PD in mainstreaming cross-cutting issues (gender/equality, protection) and quality standards.

    • Contribute to organisational accountability initiatives, including supporting with the roll out of Concern’s commitments under the Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS).

      Communications and Capacity Building

    • Assist in the documentation of case studies, programme research, etc., enabling the integration of ‘lessons learned’; maintain folders with case studies, photos, reports and information which are updated regularly.

    • To design and facilitate the production of promotional materials.

    • To regularly gather, manage and disseminate accurate and up to date information regarding the programme and security/political developments etc. as required.

    • To work with the PMs in building the capacity of national staff in the preparation of internal and donor reports and in developing communications materials e.g. case studies, photographs.

    • To translate (English to French or visa versa), edit and improve the quality of internal and external reports and communications documents in style, presentation and analysis.

    Coordination, Representation & Learning

    • Represent Concern Worldwide at coordination meetings as requested.
    • Attend clusters and other coordination unit meetings as required;
    • Record and produce the minutes of management and programme meetings and other relevant meetings and workshops as they arise and ensure timely circulation.
    • Any other tasks agreed with the line Manager.

    Your skills and experience will include:

    Essential:

    • B.Sc. degree in development/humanitarian studies or a similar field

    • One year practical experience working in a development or emergency context for an international or national NGO

    • Proven ability in proposal writing and reporting, local partner capacity building, team building, M&E and mentoring

    • Excellent communication skills in English, both written and verbal

    • Excellent knowledge of French, both written and verbal

    • Proven analytical, planning and time management skills

    • Good team player, flexible and capable of working with a multinational country team

    • Ability and willingness to live in basic conditions as required, and to travel to the field

    • Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel.

      Desirable:

    • Familiar with the Core Humanitarian Standard

    • Knowledge and/or experience of project cycle management

      Special Skills, Aptitude or Personality Requirements:

    • Self-motivated, progressive and proactive

    • Cross cultural awareness and sensitivity

    • Good communication and training / capacity building skills

    • Good organisation and management skills

    • Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team

    • Flexible and adaptable to a changing environment

    • Ability to work under pressure often to strict deadlines

    • Very patient and a positive attitude.

      All applications should be submitted through our website at https://jobs.concern.net by closing date. CV’s should be no more than 4 pages in length.

      Due to the urgency of this position, applications will be short listed on a regular basis and we may offer posts before the closing date.

      Concern Worldwide is an Irish-based non-governmental, international, humanitarian organisation dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the ultimate elimination of extreme poverty in the world’s poorest countries.


    How to apply:

    All applications should be submitted through our website at https://jobs.concern.net by closing date. CV’s should be no more than 4 pages in length.

    Due to the urgency of this position, applications will be short listed on a regular basis and we may offer posts before the closing date.

  • Nepal: Disaster Risk Reduction Expert


    Organization: Voluntary Service Overseas
    Country: Nepal
    Closing date: 15 Sep 2017

    You will have;

    • Minimum Bachelor Degree in Civil/Structure/ survey engineering and working knowledge in GIS and remote sensing, or other relevant fields.
    • Experience of minimum 3 years in GIS and remote sensing application for urban development and disaster management, experience in the Asian region will be preferred.
    • Demonstrated research and information analysis skills.
    • Proven ability to plan and organize work independently to meet the target.
    • Ability to work independently and in a multi-cultural team for long hours and under pressure.
    • Have sound knowledge on critical infrastructure especially on disaster risk reduction.

    Essential:

    • Engineering background with experience in Urban Planning from DRR context.
    • Having advanced knowledge on MS Excel
    • Experience on information management in national/international organization
    • Experience in conducting and facilitating trainings
    • Fluency in written and spoken English.

    Desirable:

    • Experience in the area of disaster relief, response and recovery
    • Experience of working in a post-disaster area
    • Experience in working with HAZUS
    • Highly skilled in information management and GIS tool application

    How to apply:

    Please follow this link to apply: http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=d2tvbXUuMzQ3NjEuMzgzMEB2c28uYXBsaXRyYWsuY29t

  • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: Volunteer Selector


    Organization: Voluntary Service Overseas
    Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    Closing date: 31 Aug 2017

    VSO is the world's leading independent international development organisation that works through volunteers to fight poverty in developing countries. Our high-impact approach brings people together to share skills, build capabilities, promote international understanding and action to change lives and make the world a fairer place.

    Role overview

    The role of the Voluntary Selector is to work as part of team to assess the suitability of candidates against VSO criteria. Our Selectors play a key role in helping VSO to assess

    • Our International Citizen Service (ICS) applicants, aged 18-25 years, who volunteer overseas on 3 month placements. Candidates attend a face-to-face assessment centre at our office in Kingston, taking part in different group activities throughout the day.

    • Our professional volunteers, from many different backgrounds, including education, health, IT and engineering, may go on placements of up to 2 years. Candidates are assessed through a Blended Selection Module, consisting of an initial application and pre-interview, a situational judgement test and then a panel interview with at least two Selectors.

    Skills, qualifications and experience

    The nature of the VSO Assessment methodologies requires Selectors to have specific skills and qualities. Thus it is important you feel able to broadly satisfy the following:

    • Able to identify with VSO's purpose and values statements
    • Non judgmental regarding the diverse nature of potential volunteers
    • Confident in exploring sensitive personal issues
    • Willing to work to VSO's assessment methodologies (Assessment Centre and Blended Selection)
    • Able to work individually and as part of a decision making team
    • Able to make individual assessments and willing to reassess these in the light of additional information
    • Able to work within the time constraints of the Assessment methods
    • Able to meet the annual requirement for participation in Assessment Days and ongoing training of at least 10 days per year

    Selectors receive training on the VSO methodology and on going support. To enable Selectors to have sufficient practice to make effective assessments we ask for a minimum commitment of 10 days a year. A schedule of dates is sent out to Selectors well in advance and Selectors opt into these in a variety of ways to suit their work, personal commitments and availability.

    Note: We reimburse all reasonable expenses

    If you're interested in applying for this role, please download the job description for more information.

    To submit your application, click on 'Make an application' and complete all relevant fields on the online application form.


    How to apply:

    Please follow this link to apply: http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=a2xhcm1hbi4wNTMwMS4zODMwQHZzby5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

  • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: Volunteer Facilitator


    Organization: Voluntary Service Overseas
    Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    Closing date: 03 Sep 2017

    Could you help train VSO volunteers

    VSO is an International Development charity with a vision for a 'world without poverty' and a mission to 'bring people together to fight poverty'. We recruit professionals and young people to work as volunteers, living and working alongside local people in developing countries to share their skills. In delivering our work, VSO draws particularly on the Sustainable Development Goals and the principles of universality and leaving no-one behind.

    What is the role

    You will have the chance to directly facilitate training of VSO volunteers from the UK. You'll work alongside a team including staff, other volunteers and returned VSO volunteers to deliver high-impact, dynamic and fun training programmes that will prepare people to adjust to life as a VSO volunteer, and make the biggest possible impact through their placements.

    Who are we looking for

    We're looking for individuals with:

    • Experience of living and working overseas.
    • Experience in facilitation of group training and presentation skills.
    • Direct experience of working cross-culturally and the ability to promote and share learning and understanding of different cultures.
    • Strong verbal communication.
    • Proven ability to promote self-awareness and learning and development among young people.
    • Ability to propose solutions to challenges, adapting to change and consulting with others to make decisions.
    • Openness and willingness to learn.
    • Ability to receive and give constructive feedback.
    • Flexibility to adapt to new situations.

    What are the benefits

    Facilitators will:

    • Receive a course in training methodology, facilitation and presentation skills.
    • Develop new transferable skills that can help develop CVs and career progression.
    • Learn how to promote inclusive learning, especially around development issues.
    • Network with established and future VSO volunteers.
    • Have the opportunity to contribute ideas towards how VSO designs and delivers training.

    What is the commitment

    This is a voluntary role. Facilitators will need to commit to attending a minimum of six training events per year (a total of 6 days).

    Each training event takes place on a weekend (most likely to be Sunday at venues across the UK - London, Reading, York, Cardiff, and Leicester - subject to change). All travel costs and accommodation are covered and refreshments are provided.

    We look forward to hearing from you!


    How to apply:

    Please follow this link to apply: http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=a2xhcm1hbi44NTM0MS4zODMwQHZzby5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

  • Somalia: Civil Service Law and Regulatory Expert


    Organization: CTG Global
    Country: Somalia
    Closing date: 31 Aug 2017

    TERMS OF REFERENCE

    Vacancy reference no.:

    VAC-0931

    Position:

    Civil Service Law and Regulatory Expert

    Place of performance:

    Mogadishu, Somalia, Somalia

    Contract duration:

    up to 4 months (@30days/month)

    Starting date:

    20-Aug-2017

    OVERVIEW OF CTG GLOBAL

    CTG support and manage humanitarian projects in fragile and conflict-affected countries around the world. With past performance in 15 countries – from the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia and Central and South America – we offer a holistic fabric of project management, implementation and support. Skilled in emergency response to crises such as the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, we have the ability to act quickly (crisis response teams can be on the ground in 24 hours) and to establish structured operations in high-risk environments. CTG recruit and manage qualified, skilled teams with extensive experience operating in challenging conditions.

    OVERVIEW OF THE POSITION

    Early 2017, the Federal Government of Somalia approved the National Development Plan 2017 -2019, a first in over 30 years. The NDP has been formulated through an inclusive and transparent process engaging sectoral ministries of the Federal Government, the Federal States, civil society, private sector, parliament and academia as well as the international development partners. The plan sets up priorities for Somalia for the period 2017-2019 and embeds Sustainable Development Goals, adapting them to the national context.

    The National Development Plan has four keys interrelated objectives:

    • Articulate Government development priorities: to set out a clear vision for Somalia’s security, social and economic development priorities. In addition, to define the key state building and peace building priorities including democratic governance and align with the SGDs as much as possible.

    • Provide a structure for resource allocation and management: to guide the NDP priorities within the annual budget allocations in 2017 and beyond

    • Guide Development Partner support within the defined FGS priorities in the coming three years: in terms of structure and well defined funding priorities, whilst ensuring FGS leadership of the development agenda and existing and new development Trust Funds.

    • Serve as an Interim Poverty Reduction Strategy for Somalia that is aligned with the global SDG initiative. The Plan also meets Somalia’s on-going commitments as set out in the Somalia Compact as reprioritized within the NDP.

    The Federal Member States have developed or are in the process to develop their state level development plans, mostly aligned to the (draft) NDP.

    One of the overall principle priorities in the National Development Plan is to strengthen the civil

    UNDP – Somalia

    Capacity Development -

    Strengthening Institutional

    Performance Project (CD-SIP)

    Federal Government of Somalia

    Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs service management.

    The UNDP through its Capacity Development Programme supports the Federal Government and the State Governments in these endeavors. The main partners are the federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs and the state ministries of labour. Other international agencies supporting civil service management include the World Bank (Recurrent Cost Recovery Facility – RCRF II; Capacity

    Injection Project - CIP), DfID (PREMIS project) and the USAID (SSG project).

    Over the past years, a number of draft legal and regulatory instruments have been developed, most notably a draft Federal Civil Service Law, the Puntland draft Civil Service Labour Law as well as the operational manual for the Capacity Injection Mechanism (World Bank). The present assignment focuses on finalising (and as much as possible harmonizing) the different federal and state level legal

    and regulatory instruments, starting with the Federal Civil Service Law and the Federal civil service management implementation regulations.

    GENERAL FUNCTIONS

    Role objective:

    The main objective of this assignment is to support the Federal and State Ministries of Labour to develop a well-articulated, coherent and realistic legal and regulatory framework for civil service management.

    Expected output:

    The Consultant is expected to support the achievement of the following results:

    Federal Civil Service Law

    • Finalise the present draft federal civil service law

    • Federal Member State Civil Service Laws

    • Make an inventory of the Federal Member State Civil Service Laws

    • Analyse the coherence and consistency between the laws on federal and state level

    • Federal Civil Service Management Regulations

    • Develop the compendium of the different regulations

    • Collate regulatory arrangements already in place

    • Develop draft versions of the prioritized regulations (estimated at 5)

    • Federal Member State Civil Service Management Regulations

    • Make an inventory of the Federal Member State Civil Service Management Regulations

    • Analyse the coherence and consistency between the regulations on federal and state level

    • Coordination between Federal and Federal Member State Ministries of Labour and Civil Service Commissions

    • Support the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs to initiate and implement a regular coordination arrangement between the Federal and Federal Member State Ministries of Labour and Civil Service Commissions

    • The consultant will work in close cooperation with the dedicated team from the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs.

    Final product/Deliverables

    Deliverables:

    • Federal Civil Service Law, ready for approval by the Minister and subsequent submission to the Cabinet and Parliament.

    • Inventory and analysis of legal arrangements concerning civil servants

    • Inventory of existing regulatory framework for civil service management

    • Prioritised Federal civil service management regulations, ready for approval by the Minister

    • The consultant is expected to report formally back to the UNDP and the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs as follows:

    o Inception report –1 week after the start of the assignment, including initial deployment plan

    o Monthly progress reports or earlier as appropriate

    o Final report at the end of the assignment

    Project reporting:

    This consultant will be reporting to the Project Manager

    Team management:

    As per the TOR, the consultant will be required to work in a team

    ESSENTIAL EXPERIENCE

    Education:

    § Master's degree in Public Administration, Civil Service Management, Social Sciences.

    Work experience:

    § Minimum of 10 years of demonstrable relevant Civil Society & NGO’s experience.

    Geographical experience:

    § Minimum of 10 years of experience in Africa with local experience in Mogadishu, Somalia is an advantage.

    Languages:

    § Fluency in English is essential.

    Key competencies:

    Qualifications and Competencies

    Academic Qualifications:

    Master degree preferably in Public Administration, Civil Service Management, Social Sciences or any other related discipline.

    Years of Experience:

    • At least 10 years of experience in supporting national governments in the elaboration of civil service legal and regulatory arrangements;

    • Civil Service Reform, preferably in a post-conflict setting;

    • Solid legal document drafting skills;

    • Sound organizational skills to support the organization of outreach/consultation efforts, preferably in a post-conflict setting.

    Corporate Competencies:

    • Demonstrates commitment to UNDP’s mission, vision and values.

    • Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability

    Functional Competencies:

    Accountability

    • Mature and responsible; ability to operate in compliance with organizational rules and regulations;

    Planning and organizing

    • Effective organizational and problem-solving skills and ability to manage a large volume of work in an efficient and timely manner;

    • Ability to establish priorities and to plan, coordinate and monitor (own) work;

    • Ability to work under pressure, with conflicting deadlines, and handle multiple concurrent activities

    Teamwork and respect for diversity

    • Ability to operate effectively across organizational boundaries;

    • Ability to establish and maintain effective partnerships and harmonious working relations in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity and gender;

    Leadership and Self-Management

    • Focuses on results for the client and responds positively to feedback

    • Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive, constructive attitude

    • Remains calm, in control and good humored even under pressure

    • Demonstrates openness to change and ability to manage complexities

    Language requirements:

    • English is the working language for this assignment.

    • Knowledge of Somali is an added advantage.

    Other relevant information:

    The total number of working days foreseen for this assignment is a maximum of 60 working days over the period August 2017 - December 2017.

    • The detailed deployment strategy will consist of 3-4 missions to be developed on an incremental basis in line with the work-load as it arises.

    • The assignment is contingent on the security situation, the security situation is volatile and last-minute adaptations to the programme may emerge.

    • Indicative Payment Plan

    • The payment plan may be adapted as per inception report.

    • 10% (equivalent to 5 working days) upon submission and approval of the inception report;

    • 50% (equivalent to 30 working days) upon submission and approval of the inventory and analysis of legal arrangements concerning civil servants and existing regulatory framework for civil service management and completion of the Federal Civil Service Law, ready for formal approval by the Minister and subsequent submission to the Cabinet and Parliament;

    • 30% (equivalent to 20 working days) upon completion and ministerial approval of the prioritised Federal civil service management regulations, ready for approval by the Minister

    • 10% (equivalent to 5 working days) upon completion and approval of the final report.


    How to apply:

    Interested candidates should create a profile and apply on CTG Global careers website (click here). Please refer to the vacancy number: VAC-0931. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

  • Pakistan: Diaspora Engagement Advisor


    Organization: Voluntary Service Overseas
    Country: Pakistan
    Closing date: 15 Sep 2017

    Role overview

    To develop linkages of VSO Pakistan with networks and organizations in UK working on diaspora for engaging diaspora volunteers especially young diaspora volunteers.
    To conduct a study/analysis of perception of diaspora communities about volunteering in Pakistan also engaging Pakistani communities and CSOs for developing engagement strategy for VSO Pakistan.

    Skills, qualifications and experience

    UK Diaspora with experience of working in Pakistan, ideally with a Pakistan Origin Card so you don’t require a visa to enter and work in Pakistan.
    Bachelors or Master’s degree in social science,or any related discipline.
    Strong connections with British- Pakistani diaspora communities and networks/organizations working with diaspora communities
    Direct and substantial experience of working cross-culturally and able to communicate to a
    range of audiences and promote sharing and learning between cultures
    Knowledge of issues which are common to communities in Pakistan , Experience of promoting learning about social issues
    Sufficient experience of working with volunteers to understand the key factors which make volunteer placements viable, effective and rewarding.

    Allowance and accommodation
    All volunteers have an allowance paid in local currency. The allowance meets reasonable living expenses in country, but will not be enough to send money home.
    VSO works with some of the poorest communities in the world which means accommodation varies and will be basic.

    If you’re interested in applying for this role, please download the job description for more information.

    To submit your application, click on ‘Make an application’ and complete all relevant fields on the online application form.


    How to apply:

    Please follow this link to apply: http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=d2tvbXUuMDQ4MTguMzgzMEB2c28uYXBsaXRyYWsuY29t

  • Lao People's Democratic Republic (the): Volunteer therapist wanted at Lao Friends Hospital for Children


    Organization: Friends Without a Border
    Country: Lao People's Democratic Republic (the)
    Closing date: 31 Dec 2017

    Lao Friends Hospital for Children (LFHC) is a 30-bed acute pediatric hospital situated on the campus of Luang Prabang Provincial Hospital. LFHC is a teaching hospital offering emergency, inpatient, outpatient and surgical services to babies and children throughout Northern Lao. Limited on-site radiology, pathology and pharmacy together with a homecare program complement these clinical activities. A major goal of LFHC is to promote the clinical learning and professional development of the local staff such that key positions within the hospital are progressively filled by a well-trained and dedicated local workforce.

    The volunteer therapist (occupational therapist, physical therapist, or speech/language pathologist) would work with the Laotian and international team, with the main responsibilities being clinical supervision and teaching Lao staff. Much of the teaching is done at the bedside although opportunities are available to deliver more formal teaching sessions. The position would ideally require a minimum of 1 month commitment, longer commitments preferred and much appreciated.

    This is a unique opportunity for those looking to gain international public health & clinical experience in a developing/lesser-developed country setting. Luang Prabang is a quiet and charming tourist-friendly town along the banks of the Mekong River. There are plenty of opportunities for weekend sightseeing trips in the surrounding area.

    Qualifications:

    • Registered in home country; preference for therapists with sound paediatric experience but not essential.
    • Teaching and supervising experience.
    • Committed to providing compassionate care to patients and families.
    • Ability to interact with people from various countries and backgrounds with tact, diplomacy and cultural sensitivity.
    • Demonstrated leadership, integrity, and a confidence–inspiring attitude.
    • Experience practicing in a low or middle-income country would be a plus.

    Benefits:

    This is a volunteer position with a preferred 1 month minimum commitment up to 6+ months. A small monthly allowance may be negotiated to help cover some basic costs such as food & housing for commitments of 2+ months.


    How to apply:

    Please email a cover letter, resume and three references from past employers to MedicalDirector@fwablaos.org, with the subject “Volunteer Therapist”. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviewing.

    For further information, please click here.

  • Lao People's Democratic Republic (the): Volunteer pharmacist wanted at Lao Friends Hospital for Children


    Organization: Friends Without a Border
    Country: Lao People's Democratic Republic (the)
    Closing date: 31 Dec 2017

    Lao Friends Hospital for Children (LFHC) is a 30-bed acute pediatric hospital situated on the campus of Luang Prabang Provincial Hospital. LFHC is a teaching hospital offering emergency, inpatient, outpatient and surgical services to babies and children throughout Northern Lao. Limited on-site radiology, pathology and pharmacy together with a homecare program complement these clinical activities. A major goal of LFHC is to promote the clinical learning and professional development of the local staff such that key positions within the hospital are progressively filled by a well-trained and dedicated local workforce.

    The volunteer pharmacist would work with the Laotian and international team, with the main responsibilities being supervision and teaching Lao pharmacists. Much of the teaching is done actively in the pharmacy and at the bedside, although opportunities are available to deliver more formal teaching sessions. The position would ideally require a minimum of 1 month commitment, longer commitments preferred and much appreciated.

    This is a unique opportunity for those looking to gain international public health & clinical experience in a developing/lesser-developed country setting. Luang Prabang is a quiet and charming tourist-friendly town along the banks of the Mekong River. There are plenty of opportunities for weekend sightseeing trips in the surrounding area.

    Qualifications:

    • Registered in home country; preference for pharmacists with sound paediatric experience but not essential.
    • Teaching and supervising experience.
    • Committed to providing compassionate care to patients and families.
    • Ability to interact with people from various countries and backgrounds with tact, diplomacy and cultural sensitivity.
    • Demonstrated leadership, integrity, and a confidence–inspiring attitude.
    • Experience working in a low or middle-income country would be a plus.

    Benefits:

    This is a volunteer position with a preferred 1 month minimum commitment up to 6+ months. A small monthly allowance may be negotiated to help cover some basic costs such as food & housing for commitments of 2+ months.


    How to apply:

    Please email a cover letter, resume and three references from past employers to MedicalDirector@fwablaos.org, with the subject “Volunteer Pharmacist”. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviewing.

    For further information, please click here.

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