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  • Lebanon: Area Registration Officer

    Organization: UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East
    Country: Lebanon
    Closing date: 19 Jul 2017


    In coordination with the FERO or/and Assistant/FERO, supervises, guides and advises Registration Assistants at Area level on day-to-day activities and ensures compliance with the Consolidated Eligibility and Registration Instructions (CERI);


    Ensures the safety and security of the on-line registration system and other confidential and/or sensitive information at Area level; maintains all registration records in safe custody;


    Reviews and approves registration applications concerning registered persons such as transfers, splitting, etc. and recommends other applications that require higher approval authority;


    Checks and compares electronic/computerized forms with relevant documents for registration functions carried out by Registration Assistants at Area level before sending to Field Office; ensures complete documentation sets are submitted;


    Arranges for printing and distribution of new registration cards and replacement of lost or damaged ones; ensures safe disposal of old cards when received;


    Receives queries and complaints from refugees concerning eligibility and registration matters; settles some at Area level and forwards the more complex cases to the Field Eligibility and Registration Officer for further review;


    Prepares a monthly statistics report regarding his/her Area for use in planning and forecasting by management;


    Conducts quality control over registration transactions and issuance of registration cards and scanned documents performed by Registration Assistants;


    Verifies refugee status for requests received from other departments to identify eligibility for UNRWA services;


    Ensures that the Registration Assistants within his/her respective Area are adequately and sufficiently trained to carry out their work in an efficient manner and in compliance with the set policies, processes and procedures;


    Checks for and alerts his/her supervisor on any errors/negative trends, whether data or system related, in order to initiate corrective action;


    Performs such other duties as may be assigned.

    How to apply:

    If you have the skills and experience required above, and want to make an active and lasting contribution to improving the lives of Palestine refugees, then register on by creating a personal profile and completing the UNRWA Personal History Form; it is the responsibility of the candidates (internal and external) to make sure that their Personal History Form is duly completed with the needed information before they apply as amendments to the Form will not be accepted after the deadline of the vacancy announcement. Only applications received through this website will be considered and the system will not allow applications after the deadline. Please note that UNRWA only accepts degrees from accredited educational institutions. Candidates may also be invited to take a technical exam in order further evaluate their qualifications for the post. Due to a high volume of applications received, only short-listed applicants will be contacted –“سيتم الإتصال فقط بالأشخاص الذين تنطبق عليهم متطلبات الوظيفة”. The United Nations does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process. The United Nations does not concern itself with information on bank accounts. For further information in how to apply for a post, please visit the following link:

    For any queries please send an email to: Please apply as requested above, do not send your CV To this email address, all cvs sent to this email address will be automatically ignored. يرجى تقديم الطلبات حسب التعليمات اعلاها وعدم ارسال السيرة الذاتية الى هذا البريد الالكتروني, سيتم تجاهل السير الذاتية التي ترسل الى هذا العنوان تلقائيا. Or contact the recruitment unit on 009611830403.


    Organization: Secours Islamique France
    Country: Jordan
    Closing date: 15 Jul 2017

    SECOURS ISLAMIQUE FRANCE (SIF) is a Non-Governmental Organization of international solidarity based in France. Founded in 1991, SIF is a non-profit and non-political organization that intents to help, to bring relief and to protect the lives of those threatened by natural disasters, armed conflicts or by economic collapse. SIF provides its help in respect of the cultural diversity, without any distinction of origin, religion or gender.

    Mission context:

    SIF is working in the West Bank, Gaza strip and Syria since 2008, in Lebanon since 2012, in Jordan since 2013 and in Iraq since 2016. In those 6 countries, SIF is currently implementing humanitarian projects in Food Security, WASH, Child Protection and Shelter sectors as well as “seasonal projects”. Complementarily with its humanitarian intervention, SIF is developing advocacy strategies based on the humanitarian context.

    Based in Amman, the Regional Administration Coordinator works under the direct supervision of the BORA Regional Coordinator. He/she is an expert in program management, and will be in charge of providing operational support to the various SIF missions in the Middle East (Syria, Lebanon, Iraqi Kurdistan, Jordan, West Bank, Gaza strip) and the regional office development. He/she is part of the regional coordination team (Senior Support Team) of SIF Middle East Regional Base (BORA).

    SECOURS ISLAMIQUE FRANCE is recruiting a Middle East Regional Program coordinator F/M based in Amman (Jordan)

    Mission/ Role:

    Support to the country program of the Middle East missions

    Ø Participate to the design of the SIF Middle-East consistent regional strategy based on the institutional strategic axis/pillars and ensure that all the related-missions strategies comply with the regional approach in terms of operational requirement;

    Ø Supervise the needs assessments and surveys carried out by the missions from their definition (ToRs) to their dissemination and including their implementation;

    Ø Provide missions operational teams and HoMs with tools to collect, analyze, use and keep quantitative and qualitative data;

    Ø Define possible synergies between SIF missions in the Middle-East and propose experience and knowledge sharing in various ways.

    Representation and institution development

    Ø Participate to the constant thought about opportunities to assess needs and potential to open new missions;

    Ø Maintain outreach with donor community relevant international and national NGO as well as private sector firms.

    Regional Program (BORA) Development

    Ø Contribute to the development and supervision of regional program by providing specific operational guidance;

    Ø Participate to the BOA functioning by added-value inputs during regional coordination gathering.


    Ø Elaborate monthly activity reports for the BORA Regional Coordinator including achievements;

    Ø Elaborate specific documents depending on the activities carried out.

    The tasks list is neither exhaustive nor restrictive and it is evolving. Particularly while the BOA is still in a starting phase, the regional Administrative Coordinator will accompany the construction of this SIF entity by participating to Ad Hoc tasks (e.g. recruitment of BORA colleagues).


    Ø Minimum 5 years of previous experience in humanitarian work, including previous experiences as Administration Coordinator with INGOs in humanitarian and development contexts. A previous experience as Regional Coordinator is a plus;

    Ø Proven strong analytical and organizational skills;

    Ø Knowledge and understanding of project cycle management and related tools (Logical Framework Analysis, Work plans, etc.);

    Ø Leadership skills and a supportive management style (experience managing national and expatriate staff);

    Ø Strong communication skills, with excellent written and spoken English (and desirably French and/or Arabic);

    Ø Ability to understand the cultural and political environment and to work well with partners including local authorities;

    Ø Experience of working within an insecure environment with compliance to strict security rules;

    Ø An understanding of and commitment to SIF’s mission and values;

    Ø Desirable: Familiarity with the Middle East working context.

    Working conditions:

    Ø Duration: 1 year

    Ø Starting : 15th July 2017

    Ø French fixed term contract “CDD d’usage”

    Ø Remuneration according to profile

    Ø Monthly Per diem

    Ø Medical cover (60% cover by SIF and 40% covered by the expatriate);

    Ø R&R every at 3 and 9 month

    Ø Return plane ticket supported by SIF for leave at 6 month

    How to apply:

    To apply, please send us your CV and a cover letter to:

    Secours Islamique France diversity is a wealth;

    We will study every application with required skills for the position.


    Organization: CARE USA
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 29 Jul 2017

    At CARE, we seek a world of hope, tolerance and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and people live with dignity and security.

    This has been our vision since 1945, when we were founded to send lifesaving CARE Packages® to survivors of World War II. Today, CARE is a global leader in the movement to eradicate poverty. In 2015, CARE worked in 95 countries and reached 65 million people with an incredible range of life-saving programs. We also put women and girls at the center of our work because we know that we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities. We seek dynamic, innovative thinkers to further our mission. If you share our core beliefs: poverty is an injustice; poverty is solvable; and together, we have the power to end it, join us.

    CARE is an international humanitarian aid organization fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring lasting change to their communities. As a non-religious and non-political organization, CARE works with communities to help overcome poverty by supporting development projects and providing emergency relief. We believe supporting women and girls is one of the most effective ways to create sustainable outcomes in poor communities. CARE USA is a member of the CARE International confederation. We strive for a world of hope, tolerance and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and people live in dignity and security.

    CARE has been working in sexual, reproductive and maternal health programming for over 50 years in countries with some of the highest unmet need for family planning services, and some of highest maternal mortality rates. Across CARE, Country Offices are working in close collaboration with local and national governments and organizations and international partners to support comprehensive programs to improve coverage, quality, and equity of health services. CARE believes that access to quality sexual, reproductive, and maternal health is both a fundamental human right and a critical development issue and that by increasing gender equality and women's voice and promoting inclusive governance and resilience, we will help women and girls exercise those rights.

    As a leader in realizing the CARE2020 Program Strategy vision, CARE’s USA based global SRHR team works to generate and build evidence, measure impact, and share learning globally, and to increase global impact by advocating for stronger SRHR policies and encouraging scale-up and replication of successful approaches.

    CARE is seeking a Technical Advisor (TA) for Social and Behavioral Change, for Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR). The TA will provide overall insight and technical support for SRHR-SBC initiatives both in long-term development as well as crisis affected settings. The person in this role will support the generation and sharing of evidence and learning to advance program quality; support the application and scale up of effective programs and approaches and support program design and resource mobilization efforts. S/he will also support develop and strengthen strategic partnerships to influence practices and policy, based on learnings and evidence generated from programs.


    • Advance program quality by providing technical assistance to monitoring, evaluating and learning (MEL) for the key SBC approaches ensuring quality implementation
    • Adaptation and application of SBC approaches for SRHR in emergency, humanitarian and crisis affected setting
    • Work closely with existing SRHR programs to ensure context-specific adaptation, application, and monitoring of SBC approaches including social analysis and action (SAA)
    • Facilitate learning and exchange across country teams. Link people across CARE country offices through different online platforms – using existing ones and establishing other online platforms and groups
    • Participate in resource mobilization efforts and provide technical support for program design to ensure Social Behavior and Change approaches are properly incorporated
    • Facilitate capacity building workshops on SBC approaches for program teams as well as for partners and relevant stakeholders
    • Support the roll out of the global social analysis and action (SAA) implementation guide


    • Master's degree in Public Health, International development, or related field required
    • 5+ years’ experience in relevant position
    • Experience in designing, implementing and evaluating Social and Behavioral change preferably for SRHR projects
    • Experience in facilitating training, evidence generation, and resource mobilization
    • Evidence of excellent writing and communication skills

    How to apply:

    To apply for this position, please visit our website at

    Our diversity is our strength; we encourage people from all backgrounds and experiences, particularly women, to apply.

    CARE USA is an equal opportunity employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. If you’d like more information about your EEO rights as an applicant under the law, please click here.

    The closing date for this posting, if listed, is approximate. Job postings may be removed from CARE's career website at any time.

  • Somalia: Warehouse Clerk

    Organization: World Health Organization
    Country: Somalia
    Closing date: 08 Jul 2017
    • To verify the condition, expiry dates and quantities of medical supplies being received into and distributed out of the warehouse.
    • Ensure proper arrangement and storage of warehouse stock.
    • Ensure well maintained cleanliness of the warehouse floors, shelves and special storage areas
    • Monitor stock movements by frequently updating stock cards and data base excel sheet of warehouse supplies by program.
    • Ensure movement of stock is accompanied by the appropriate documentation such as delivery notes and receiving reports while at the same time presenting the same to the OIC for verification and signature.
    • Prepare monthly stock movement reports for warehouse records as well and presented to the relevant programmes reflecting Initial stock of the month, Incoming during the month, outgoing during that month and final balance of that month.
    • Prepare quarterly report of medicines with short expiry dates of up to eight and present the same to the relevant programmes for action.
    • Carry out a physical inventory of the medicines and supplies under various programs every two months or as requested by WRO
    • Any other activity assigned by the supervisor of the warehouse.
    • Deliver documents, mails and other related office/warehouse correspondence to the concerned customs departments for imports & export procedures.

    How to apply:

    Send your application to WHO Mogadishu Office

  • Kenya: General call for Talent Pool Nutrition

    Organization: Save the Children
    Country: Kenya
    Closing date: 30 Jul 2017

    General call for Talent Pool - Nutrition

    For over 90 years, Save the Children has been making a difference in children's lives in more than 120 countries. We are the world's largest independent child rights organization, underpinned by a vision in a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation. Our mission to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.

    Save the Children operates in 12 countries in East and Southern Africa (Malawi, Zambia, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Ethiopia).

    We are seeking to build a Talent pool to ensure that our Emergency and development programming is adequately staffed in the shortest time frames to ensure quality delivery and reach to the region's most vulnerable and marginalized children.

    Save the Children is an organization for talented people with different backgrounds and perspectives. We are proud that our people are representative of the children we work with and we thrive on our diversity. We work with children, communities and governments all over the world and we believe in the right person for the job regardless of where you come from and how you identify yourself.

    1. What do we mean by talent pool

    Our talent pool is a database of profiles, with a specific set of skills, traits or abilities. Please note that this is a general call to populate our Talent pool and opportunities are subject to availability

    1. How to enter the talent pools

      • Applying for a specific talent pool recruitment;
      • Applying for a regular vacancy. If not selected for the regular vacancy following a recruitment process, you may still be recommended for inclusion in a corresponding talent pool.
      • Successful applicants remain in the talent pool, and will be considered for short- or long-term international professional employment opportunities.
      • Once endorsed in the talent pools, candidates will be regularly contacted to assess their availability and ongoing interest for fixed term or temporary appointment.
      • Given the various locations stated in the above, you will be required to state Countries of Preference
      • In your cover letter indicate your availability to take on a role.
      • We will review the applications received for the key thematic areas
      • The profiles will be placed in a Database for emergency and non-emergency roles
      • If your CV is shortlisted, you will then be asked to complete a biodata form (Pre-interview Questionnaire)
      • If you are successful after this stage, you will undergo a brief interviewing process to discuss details such as the type of work, location and hours you are looking for.
      • As we have vacancies, we will choose candidates who we suggest to be suitable for the position and provide their CVs to the hiring manager. The manager will then decide which candidates to invite for interview.
      • Not to worry if you are unsuccessful with this application. We will have an Annual call for more applications
      • We will endeavour to get back to all applicants who are not successful.
    2. How does it work

      • Given the various locations stated in the above, you will be required to state Countries of Preference
      • In your cover letter indicate your availability to take on a role.
      • We will review the applications received for the key thematic areas
      • The profiles will be placed in a Database for emergency and non-emergency roles
      • If your CV is shortlisted, you will then be asked to complete a biodata form (Pre-interview Questionnaire)
      • If you are successful after this stage, you will undergo a brief interviewing process to discuss details such as the type of work, location and hours you are looking for.
      • As we have vacancies, we will choose candidates who we suggest to be suitable for the position and provide their CVs to the hiring manager. The manager will then decide which candidates to invite for interview.
    3. What happens if not successful

    Role Purpose

    • Lead/contribute on multi-sectoral/Nutrition technical assessments in coordination with other SC thematic areas and/or other external sector agencies, ensuring assessment findings are documented and that all assessments include a specific analysis of children's needs.
    • Working with the Nutrition specialist and PDQ team, to develop Nutrition sector response plans and master budgets and contribute to Save the Children's overall response strategy.
    • Provide technical checking of Nutrition strategies, assessments and programmes as necessary, and proactively promote high quality Nutrition technical approaches within country programmes.
    • Working closely with other departments to, support fundraising for the Nutrition sector, including development of high quality concept notes and proposals, and engagement with donors' technical Advisers.
    • Prepare and oversee Nutrition programme implementation to ensure timely delivery of programme activities.
    • Prepare timely programme and donor reports on project activities in compliance with internal SC requirements and any relevant external donor requirements.
    • Identify Nutrition staffing needs for emergency programmes, and ensure rapid recruitment, induction and training of new staff.
    • Identify Nutrition programme supplies needs and coordinate with the logistics team to put in place a sensible phased procurement plan.
    • Working closely with the Monitoring & Evaluation team put in place a sector M & E plan, ensuring this links to reporting requirements, and capacity build technical field staff in carrying out the work.
    • Working with the Accountability lead put in place accountability activities for your thematic area, ensuring that feedback from all relevant stakeholders is considered in Nutrition programme design.
    • To ensure that the minimum standards of humanitarian relief are maintained in accordance with the Sphere Charter.
    • Identify learning and training opportunities for Save the Children staff and partners and work as a mentor and role model for less experienced staff.
    • Oversee development and deliver technical training material that will improve aspects of Nutrition work within Save the Children, at country level.
    • Take steps to document lessons learned, from Nutrition programmes, for wider dissemination.
    • In collaboration with senior programme staff, assist in advocacy activities that target decision-makers at all levels.
    • In collaboration with SC Nutrition colleagues, feed in learning, experiences and evidence to relevant global advocacy objectives.
    • To identify opportunities and material to contribute to Nutrition communications and media work, acting as a spokesperson when required.

    Qualifications and Experience


    • Significant management experience in emergency, fragile state or development Nutrition programmes.
    • Previous first phase emergency response experience
    • Education to Masters level in Public Health Nutrition, or a related subject, or equivalent field
    • experience
    • Previous experience of managing a Nutrition team at national level
    • Familiarity with nutrition surveys
    • Previous experience of Nutrition project management and programme coordination, implementing Nutrition programmes within donor constraints, on time and within budget
    • Experience of and commitment to working through systems of community participation and accountability
    • Demonstrated monitoring and evaluation skills
    • Ability to work both in an advisory and a hands on implementation capacity
    • Proven capacity to supervise, train and coach staff in Nutrition technical skills
    • Experience of representation and ability to represent SC effectively in external forums.
    • Experience of preparing successful funding proposals for donors
    • Ability to write clear and well-argued assessment and project reports
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Strong influencing skills and experience in advocacy
    • Politically and culturally sensitive with qualities of patience, tact and diplomacy
    • A high level of written and spoken English
    • The capacity and willingness to be extremely flexible and accommodating in difficult and sometimes insecure working circumstances.
    • Commitment to the aims and principles of SC. In particular, a good understanding of the SC mandate and child focus and an ability to ensure this continues to underpin our support
    • Experience or knowledge of working and living in relevant regions/contexts
    • Specific experience of working in consortia projects.

      Interested in joining us

    Please apply in English saving your CV and covering letter as a single document.

    We need to keep children safe so our selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse. Employment is subject to our Child protection standards including background checks, Police Checks and adherence to our Child Safeguarding Policy

    Save the Children is an equal opportunity employer and seeks to employ and assign the best qualified talent.


    Save the Children International does not charge any kind of fee at whichever stage of the recruitment process and does not act through recruitment agents

    How to apply:

    Please follow this link to apply:

  • Senegal: Change Manager

    Organization: Save the Children
    Country: Senegal
    Closing date: 12 Jul 2017

    Save the Children is the world's leading independent organisation for children. We work in 120 countries. We save children's lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfil their potential.

    We work together, with our partners, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.

    We have over two million supporters worldwide and raised 1.9 billion dollars last year to reach more children than ever before, through programmes in health, nutrition, education, protection and child rights, also in times of humanitarian crises.

    Following a major transition, our international programmes are now delivered through a merged operation with 15,000 staff, managed through seven regional hubs and reporting to a relatively small, central office. We're changing to become more efficient, more aligned, a better partner, a stronger advocate, a magnet for world-class people and relevant for the 21st century.

    Contract Length : 06 months Child Safeguarding:

    Level 3: the post holder will have contact with children and/or young people either frequently (e.g. once a week or more) or intensively (e.g. four days in one month or more or overnight) because they work country programs; or are visiting country programs; or because they are responsible for implementing the police checking/vetting process staff

    Role Purpose:

    The WCA Country Office Operating Model Change Manager will support WCA Regional Office (RO) on its plans to effectively roll out COOM guidelines in key COs, support/ lead CO structural revisions and/or manage the change management process to achieve a fit for purpose structure.

    Scope of Role:

    Reports to: Deputy Regional Director - Operations ( DRD-O) or as assigned Dimensions: WCA is currently defining a calendar to roll out COOM guidelines and tools into key priority countries in 2017. This position, in coordination with the DRD-O will ensure that the defined work plan is implemented in a timely manner, supporting COs to build fit-for-purpose country offices. The primary focus for this position would be to support Group B countries in WCA to ensure that any revision on the structure or definition of ways of working are carried out taking into account COOM guidelines. The position will be based in Dakar but will require frequent travel to COs in order to provide advice on the COOM approach, support the COs to use the key tools, and work with the COs to design and implement change management plans where needed. He/she will coordinate the work with other functions at Regional and CO level. At the same time, this position will be on regular contact with the COOM team at the Centre for technical advice or any other strategic consideration regarding COOM. Additionally, WCA is looking to adopt it Regional Office Operating Model process. This position will also help facilitate or participate actively in the introduction of the Regional Office Operating Model, when it is ready.

    Key Areas of Accountability:

    • Provide expertise to enable Country Directors & SMTs to lead a structured review of their CO in order to improve of ways of working and structure where needed. Ensure overall consistency with the COOM toolkit and that decisions are grounded in the context realities
    • Support organizational design as needed: organization chart and structure costing
    • To lead capacity building activities in WCA COs on any content of COOM as per needs
    • To define and implement in coordination with CO SMT the change management process until completion, either in-country or remotely
    • Advise on related communication internally to all CO staff, Also, facilitate the transfer of learning/experience between countries and across regions
    • Ensure that COOM methodology is applied and proactively suggest ideas for improvement
    • Define milestones and monitor change progress. Track and report issues as needed.
    • Actively participate in gathering and disseminating lessons learned
    • Coordinate and guide the development of robust implementation plans, using the COOM toolkit in WCA COs
    • Other tasks related to COOM and restructuring of COs as assigned

    Qualification and Experience:

    • Extensive integration or new organisation change management planning and implementation experience, preferable in WCA contexts or similar.
    • Results oriented with a demonstrated ability to think strategically, to analyse complex information and offer creative, practical solutions
    • Strong influencing and negotiating skills
    • A skilled coach, with the ability to modulate style to motivate others without direct line management
    • Highly developed interpersonal, presentation and communication skills to work effectively with other team members/departments, as well as influence.
    • Sound personal organisational skills, including time management, ability to meet deadlines, multi-tasking, prioritisation of tasks, and working under pressure
    • Must possess a strong work ethic, have confidence, take initiative and be a self-motivated, enthusiastic team player as well as individual contributor
    • Highly developed cultural awareness and ability to work well in an international environment with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures
    • Fluency in English and French, both verbal and written, required.
    • Commitment to and understanding of Save the Children International's aims, values and principles
    • Information Communication Technology literate

    Please apply in English saving your CV and covering letter as a single document, including your salary expectations for this role.

    We need to keep children safe so our selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse. Employment is subject to our Child protection standards including background checks and adherence to our Child Safeguarding Policy

    Save the Children is an equal opportunity employer and seeks to employ and assign the best qualified talent.

    How to apply:

    Please follow this link to apply:


    Organization: CARE USA
    Country: Jordan
    Closing date: 29 Jul 2017

    At CARE, we seek a world of hope, tolerance and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and people live with dignity and security.

    This has been our vision since 1945, when we were founded to send lifesaving CARE Packages® to survivors of World War II. Today, CARE is a global leader in the movement to eradicate poverty. In 2015, CARE worked in 95 countries and reached 65 million people with an incredible range of life-saving programs. We also put women and girls at the center of our work because we know that we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities. We seek dynamic, innovative thinkers to further our mission. If you share our core beliefs: poverty is an injustice; poverty is solvable; and together, we have the power to end it, join us.

    CARE is seeking for a WASH Program Manager for South Syria who will be responsible for the remote management of the water, sanitation and hygiene component of CARE’s program conducted through both local implementing partners and directly with CARE staff/consultants. S/he will need to co-ordinate with other CARE team members to ensure a rapid, proportionate and effective WASH response in South Syria. S/he will ensure response to immediate WASH issues with simultaneous consideration of longer term needs and possible scenarios. The WASH Program Manager is responsible for management of multiple large grants and sub-awards. He/she will take an active role in technical co-ordination, support and advocacy with national and local WASH clusters and other technical agencies relevant to the sector. S/he will have extensive team management experience and to lead the CARE team efforts to build the capacity of local WASH partners.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Program Management and implementation
    • Award Management
    • Monitor Program Quality
    • Information and Coordination
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Primary Skills:

    • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in relevant subject with WASH related specializations
    • At least 5 years WASH management experience in emergencies,
    • Proven expertise in management of large awards
    • Minimum of 3 years leading large technical teams
    • Experience with sub-granting and working through local partners
    • WASH technical expertise in emergency settings including water safety plans, well rehabilitation, and emergency sanitation.
    • Ability to work with and mentor local implementing partners
    • Proposals writing and donor reporting
    • Budget development and management
    • Demonstrated skills in capacity building
    • Team leadership and management
    • Strong English communication skills and writing competency.
    • Microsoft Office

    How to apply:

    To apply for this position, please visit our website at

    Our diversity is our strength; we encourage people from all backgrounds and experiences, particularly women, to apply.

    CARE USA is an equal opportunity employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. If you’d like more information about your EEO rights as an applicant under the law, please click here.

    The closing date for this posting, if listed, is approximate. Job postings may be removed from CARE's career website at any time.

  • Iraq: Compliance Coordinator - Iraq

    Organization: International Medical Corps
    Country: Iraq
    Closing date: 14 Jul 2017


    International Medical Corps is a global, humanitarian, nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through health care training and relief and development programs. Established in 1984 by volunteer doctors and nurses, International Medical Corps is a private, voluntary, nonpolitical, nonsectarian organization. Its mission is to improve the quality of life through health interventions and related activities that build local capacity in underserved communities worldwide. By offering training and health care to local populations and medical assistance to people at highest risk, and with the flexibility to respond rapidly to emergency situations, International Medical Corps rehabilitates devastated health care systems and helps bring them back to self-reliance.


    The Compliance Coordinator will support the International Medical Corps’ (IMC) Jordan Country Office by ensuring and facilitating the compliance of the organization with local laws, IMC policies and procedures, donor regulations and requirements for all sub-awardees. The Compliance Coordinator will lead a team that will act as an independent check and balance, which sits outside of programs, finance and other functions.

    The position will report to the Country Director, with dotted technical reporting lines to the headquarters Grants and Contracts Management Department, the Regional Compliance Coordinator and the Compliance Auditor in HQ. The position will work closely with Finance Administrative Director, Program Director, Emergency Response Team Leader, and Jordan Country office finance and logistics departments. The role will liaise with the relevant headquarters (HQ) departments as needed. As the leader of the Compliance Team, the Compliance Coordinator must uphold the integrity and mission of International Medical Corps.


    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function with or without reasonable accommodation
    Overall Legal, Internal and Donor Compliance Management: The Compliance Coordinator will –

    • Work closely with Country Office management and relevant HQ departments to create and implement administrative, contractual and grant procedures and ensure compliance with applicable Jordanian laws and Donor regulations governing grant and contractual activities;
    • Serve as a technical resource and provide support and guidance to the IMC Jordan staff to ensure compliance with internal and donor regulations and procedures, as well as local laws;
    • Stay abreast of changes in regulatory environment related to donor/grant compliance; updating field level policies and procedures as necessary, with the approval of the Country Director.
    • Be well-versed and familiar with all IMC policies (including, but not limited to: Code of Conduct, SEA policy, Fraud policy, Procurement/Finance/Subaward/etc. policies, Jordan Country program manuals and policies, etc.);
    • Regularly assess the effectiveness of the Jordan country office systems in order to identify and mitigate risks; recommend and initiate necessary changes to processes in order to improve compliance oversight;
    • Participate in new award kick-off meetings and post-award coordination meetings;
    • Provide problem-solving solutions to program bottlenecks that are compliant with IMC policies and donor regulations, develop and implement solutions to reconcile the compliance requirements of donors with IMC’s other programs;
    • Identify vulnerability and risk within current grants and proactively suggest and together with management develop corrective actions;
    • Work with country office management to resolve internal audit findings and establish controls and mitigation measures to avoid similar findings in the future, providing regular updates to management on progress towards such controls.
    • Prepare and conduct trainings and capacity building opportunities for staff on compliance issues, including but not limited to: donor rules and regulations, IMC policies and procedures, the role of the Compliance Team, etc.;

    Program Monitoring and Compliance: The Compliance Coordinator will –

    • Work closely with Program staff to establish programmatic checks which can be put in place (for example: responsibilities in reviewing and approving subaward reports prior to payments are issued, oversight of remote monitoring, etc.).
    • Once methodology for programmatic checks is determined, ensure field compliance monitors carry out compliance checks on a regular and appropriate basis, and share regular reports on findings with the Country Director, ERT Leader, Program Directors, and other relevant parties.

    Subaward Management: The Compliance Coordinator will –

    • Comply with and enforce IMC’s Subaward Manual, including required procedures and documentation;
    • Initiate establishment of roles and responsibilities for subaward management and oversee compliance thereof, using IMC's Subaward Manual tools (such as the Subaward Management Matrix);
    • With program and other relevant staff, participate in the design, planning, implementation and monitoring of the contractual aspects of subawards.
    • Oversee transparent competitive processes for selecting subrecipients (including development of the solicitation, participation in the evaluation process, etc.);
    • Lead the preaward assessment process; coordinating with relevant staff (including, but not limited to: program, finance, logistics) to review subrecipient systems and evaluate the subrecipient's capacity to manage a subaward;
    • Review draft subagreements and attachments and liaise with relevant HQ departments in finalizing HQ review and approval processes;
    • Participate, as needed, in negotiations with subrecipients;
    • Participate in and/or conduct kick-off meetings for new subawards;
    • Act as a primary liaison to subrecipients under the IMC programs for compliance-related matters;
    • Provide regular support to program and finance staff in the oversight of subrecipient activities;
    • Provide regular support, capacity building, and/or training to subrecipients to ensure subaward activities are implemented in accordance with donor regulations;
    • Provide in-person and remote capacity building and/or training to partners in financial management, reporting and compliance.
    • In coordination with the HQ Grants and Contracts Management Department and in accordance with the Subaward Manual, provide compliance guidance and consultations to subawardees;
    • Oversee subaward administration including modifications, annual planning coordination,compliance monitoring and reporting and compliance management;
    • Liaise with IMC’s MEAL Coordinator and program staff to ensure monitoring plans are developed and implemented for all subawards;
    • Monitor reporting, accountability and internal controls for prime awards and subawards;
    • Organize and facilitate formal closeout of subawards involving relevant staff and HQ departments.

    Procurement – The Compliance Coordinator will:

    • Stay informed of changes to IMC’s procurement policies, as well as updates to donor regulations.
    • Provide the final review of procurement transactions, over an established threshold, to ensure adequate supporting documentation, compliance with IMC’s Procurement Manual and donor regulations;
    • Conduct and document the IMC Offer Verification Process.

    Other – The Compliance Coordinator will:

    • As a member of the Senior Management Team, participate in country strategy development, planning and problem-solving activities. Contribute to the creation of a positive image and overall credibility of the organization, notably through the application of the organizations Code of Conduct, ethics, values and stand-point with regard to internal and external actors;
    • Once appointed by the Country Director/Compliance Auditor in HQ, and under the supervision of those people, lead on investigations in country, from preparing proposed investigation plans, to carrying out enquiries and interviews and writing investigation reports and recommendations in a timely manner. All results to be shared with the Compliance Auditor in a timely manner.
    • As lead on appointed investigations, and with the advice and support of the Compliance Auditor and CD, coordinate internal capacity to resource investigations in an appropriate manner, working with other departments as required

    Compliance & Ethics: Promotes and encourages a culture of compliance and ethics throughout International Medical Corps. As applicable to the position, maintains a clear understanding of International Medical Corps’ and donor compliance and ethics standards and adheres to those standards. Conducts work with the highest level of integrity. Communicates these values to staff and to partners and requires them to adhere to these values.

    “Other duties as assigned. The duties and responsibilities listed are representative of the nature and level of work assigned and are not necessarily all inclusive.”


    • University degree (Bachelor’s or equivalent) from accredited university required in relevant field (e.g. management and administration, international development, etc.); Master’s degree in relevant field preferred.
    • 7-10 years of experience of providing compliance oversight of complex, multi-dimensional donor-funded programming, including administering subawards, in an international environment.
    • At least 5 years’ experience managing and supervising staff required. Demonstrated experience providing training and capacity building to staff and subrecipients.
    • Experience in prime and subaward design, negotiation, and administration is required.
    • Proven knowledge of and success managing the administration and compliance of programs under a variety donors such as OFDA, PRM, UN Agencies (e.g. UNICEF, UNHCR, UNFPA), ECHO, DFID, EU, etc. required. Extensive knowledge of USG regulations required.
    • Demonstrated experience and ability to professionally and appropriately represent the organization and negotiate and defend the organization’s interests with a diverse range of international and local organizations and other groups;
    • Effective verbal and written communication, multi-tasking, organizational, and prioritization skills are necessary;
    • Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to follow procedures, meet deadlines and work independently and cooperatively with team members is required;
    • Experience with emergency response programs and staff training and mentoring is preferred;
    • Fluency in written and spoken English is required. Proficiency in written and spoken Arabic highly preferred.

    “To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function with or without reasonable accommodation.”

    “International Medical Corps is proud to provide equal employment opportunities to all employees and qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, age, disability or status as a veteran.”

    How to apply:

  • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: Programmes and Grants Co-ordinator

    Organization: Islamic Relief
    Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    Closing date: 09 Jul 2017

    Location: Birmingham, UK

    Ref: P&GC/IR-AC/0617

    Contract: One year Fixed Term (Extendable)

    Salary: Starting from £29,217 per annum

    The Academy of a leading international charity seeks a Programmes and Grants Coordinator. The Programmes and Grants Coordinator will have key roles to play in assisting the Academy to achieve financial growth by developing relationships with institutions, organisations and funding agencies with the aim of generating funds and developing new business into a variety of services through grant and bid applications and managing grants.

    The job holder is required to work closely with both Academy departments and International programmes Division at IRW, to develop new products and services and market them to potential donor agencies. The post holder will ensure that the relevant departments prepare project’s quarterly, annual and external audit reports on time.

    Candidates should be confident and highly organised with a natural communication skill and experience in working for an international NGO. The successful candidate will be educated to degree level, ideally with an appropriate post-graduate qualification or will have significant experience in workforce development regardless of sector. The candidate will have experience in developing concept papers, proposals and bids. The post holder will have an excellent level of computer literacy and excellent written and spoken English and Arabic languages.

    Closing Date: 9th July 2017

    Islamic Relief promotes equality and meritocracy, and seeks individuals who agree with the IR values together with our policy standards on Anti-Bribery, Child Protection and Code of Conduct. We will carry out screening checks and will take out references on your behalf if you are selected.

    Please note, for UK based roles, we are only able to accept applications from candidates who are eligible to work in the UK. We are unable to progress applications which would require sponsorship.

    Applicants should be sympathetic to the values of Islamic Relief.

    Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

    Islamic Relief is an equal opportunities employer.

    Only applications from those who already have the right to live and work within the UK will be considered

    How to apply:

    Please apply by downloading the application pack from our website and forward the completed form to on or before the closing date.

  • Iraq: Head of Finance and Operations

    Organization: Danish Refugee Council
    Country: Iraq
    Closing date: 13 Jul 2017

    Are you an experienced Head of Finance and Operations able to lead and develop our country programme, which is operating in the centre of a highly volatile and sensitive environment? If yes, then this position might be for you.

    Who are we?

    Danish Refugee Council is a leading protection agency pursuing our mandate to protect and promote durable solutions to displacement-affected populations on the basis of humanitarian principles and human rights. In the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), DRC apply a regional approach with operational presence in Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey and Iraq.

    Present in Iraq since 2003, DRC is today operational in the Kurdish governorates, in and around Baghdad and in several South-Central governorates. Focused both on the influx of Syrian refugees and the current IDP crisis, DRC is providing assistance in a range of sectors including Camp Coordination and Camp Management, Protection, Livelihoods, Emergency Response (including food security, cash, and NFIs), WASH, Shelter and Mine Action. The Iraq programme presently employs some 450 national staff and 45 international staff, and is growing to meet new, emerging needs associated with ongoing and recent conflict in multiple locations.

    About the job

    The DRC Iraq program is managed out of Erbil and supports country-wide humanitarian activities out of three hub offices: Erbil, Dohuk, and Baghdad. The country program manages a portfolio of 40+ current grants and an expected annual turnover of 40+ million USD. DRC works in multiple sectors, with project ranging from short-term emergency response to multi-year early recovery and stabilization. These activities are supported by over 600 national and international staff.

    In close collaboration with the Iraq Country Director, the Program Development team, and Head of Program/Deputy Country Director, the Head of Finance and Operations’ prime objective is to promote optimal and accountable usage of resources. The HoFO coordinates support to and ensures supervision of the country programs to ensure that DRC’s operations are characterized by quality, consistency and compliance in lines with DRC country, regional, and global strategic priorities, guidelines, and requirements.

    The HoFO is expected to have senior level management experience and a demonstrable successful track record of organizational development and resource mobilization, be able to conceptualize and articulate DRC’s vision, and have the strong oral and written communication skills required to translate that vision into action.

    Duties and Responsibilities


    • With the support of the (senior) finance officers, ensure the existence and maintenance of accurate and timely Financial and Compliance Management. This includes overall planning, budget and control of expenditure for shared operational costs, but also coordination of budgeting and expenditure related to program implementation:
    • Supervision, audit, and controlling the implementation of corrective actions related to the DRC standards for operations. This includes supervision of all financial reporting and financial procedures for DRC and implementing partners, including donor reporting and audits, cash flow and liquidity management, legal framework, and reporting relations to national authorities
    • Ensure that payments and associated actions are in accordance with DRC requirements and national law
    • Facilitate and analyze the Master Support Budget, country level budgets, and monitor costs and resource allocation needs
    • Ensure compliance with and adherence to DRC policies, guidance, and handbooks; donor/auditor requirements
    • Update and share general financial and administrative procedures, relevant policy issues, etc.


    • With the senior Logistics and Procurement Coordinator, ensure proper management of field logistics systems, including but not limited to, fleet management, warehouse management, purchasing, stock control and management, transport, communications, customs and clearance, and other aspects of general logistics advice, including communication systems and equipment:
    • Ensure that DRC’s minimum standards of procurement and logistics procedures and country policies are introduced and adhered to throughout the country operation, briefing and training all relevant staff as required
    • Ensure controls, risk mitigation, and compliance procedures are in place and that DRC’s anti-fraud and corruption policies are implemented and adhered to
    • Take a strategic approach to supply management utilizing sound practices to ensure accountable, timely, and cost-effective delivery of appropriate supplies to the program
    • Ensure that a centralized asset register is maintained; ensuring that all DRC program and operational assets are logged
    • Ensure proper management of the entire process in the planning of procurement and supply chain activities, inventory control, logistics and distribution, ensuring effectively-functioning processes to avoid costly delays and lost opportunities
    • Ensure proper management and monitor of all transactional procurement including tendering processes, evaluation, contracting, contract management, legal considerations and payment conditions, contractors, performance evaluation, and risk assessment.
    • Implement strategic procurement including sourcing strategy, supplier selection and evaluation, quality management, customer relationship management, and performance measurement
    • Ensure Procurement team are managing the rosters of suppliers, elaborate supplier selection and evaluation, quality and performance measurement mechanisms
    • Ensure that procurement team prepares monthly, quarterly, and annual procurement plans and progress reports as required

    Human Resources & Staff Management

    • Via the management of the senior HR coordinator, ensure increased focus on Human Resources Development, including capacity building of local staff and effective delegation of responsibilities:
    • Ensure that staffing needs are met through clear and transparent recruitment processes
    • Ensure that DRC’s performance appraisal and staff development policies and procedures are implemented correctly and fairly in all DRC Iraq locations
    • Assess training needs and opportunities as part of improving compliance with DRC standards
    • Oversee the management of administrative tasks related to HR, including completion and approval of time sheets, leave approvals and tracking, etc.
    • Ensure compliance with local labor laws and provide support regarding all legal issues

    Reporting & Other

    • Work closely with the Project Development Unit to ensure that donor’s requirements are known and shared
    • Ensure that timely and quality project Admin/Fin/Logistics reports are provided internally and externally on time according to donor requirements
    • Document support activities and developments and integrate lessons learned into program development.
    • Serve as a member of DRC Iraq’s Senior Management Team (SMT)
    • Serve as acting Country Director when requested / needed
    • Flexibly carry out other tasks and responsibilities, as requested by Country Director, to ensure the effective management and operations of the country program


    To be successful in this role you must have:

    • Minimum 5 years of relevant experience (including 3 years at senior management level) in international emergency and/or post-conflict settings.
    • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage support functions in a large country program with multiple operational hubs and cost centers.
    • Experience in negotiating and advocating with government authorities and donors.
    • Able to manage a large financial turnover and mitigate risk in a systematic manner.
    • Experience of risk management, including fraud mitigation and investigation.
    • Experience in organizational development and implementation of policies regarding staff, code of conduct, anti-corruption measures, and transparent management.
    • Interpersonal and staff development capabilities.
    • Ability to work in a deadline-driven environment and undertake a proactive approach.
    • Strong experience in working with national partners and local authorities.
    • Able to lead and mentor teams in a result-oriented and system-sensitive approach.
    • Excellent communication skills.

    In this position, you are expected to demonstrate DRC’ five core competencies:

    Striving for excellence: You focus on reaching results while ensuring an efficient process.

    Collaborating: You involve relevant parties and encourage feedback.

    Taking the lead: You take ownership and initiative while aiming for innovation.

    Communicating: You listen and speak effectively and honestly.

    Demonstrating integrity: You act in line with our vision and values.

    We offer

    DRC will offer the successful applicant a one-year contract, renewable based on both funding and performance. You must be available to start work from July 2017 and be willing and able to work in Erbil, Iraq.

    Salary and conditions will be in accordance with Danish Refugee Council’s Terms of Employment for Expatriates; please refer to under Vacancies. This position will be placed at A9 for Expatriates.

    How to apply:

    Application process

    Interested? Then apply for this position by clicking on the apply button.

    All applicants must send a cover letter and an updated CV (no longer than four pages). Both must be in the same language as this vacancy note. CV only applications will not be considered.

    If you have questions or are facing problems with the online application process, please contact

    Applications close 13 July 2017.

    Please note that due to the urgency of the post, the applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. DRC reserves the right to recruit ahead of the above mentioned deadline.

    Need further information?

    For further information about the Danish Refugee Council, please consult our website

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  • Switzerland: Intern - Office of the Ombudsperson

    Organization: International Organization for Migration
    Country: Switzerland
    Closing date: 11 Jul 2017

    Position Title : Intern - Office of the Ombudsperson

    Duty Station : Geneva, Switzerland

    Classification : Intern, Grade OTHE

    Type of Appointment : Internship, six months with possibility of extension

    Estimated Start Date : As soon as possible

    Closing Date : 11 July 2017

    Established in 1951, IOM is a Related Organization of the United Nations, and as the leading

    UN agency in the field of migration, works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and

    non-governmental partners. IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all. It does so by providing services and advice to governments and migrants.


    The Office of Ombudsperson serves as an independent function to address employment- related problems of staff members. It operates in accordance with the Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics of the International Ombudsperson Association: “Independence, Neutrality and Impartiality, Confidentiality and Informality”. The role of the Ombudsperson is to mediate in conflicts of any nature related to conditions of employment, administration of benefits, managerial practices as well as professional and staff relations matters. As a dispute resolution practitioner, the Ombudsperson provides assistance in the informal resolution of conflicts and other issues and monitoring trends and emerging issues. The Ombudsperson Office acts as an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) resource for Staff Members who may also wish assistance with respectful workplace environment issues. The purpose of the Ombudsperson is to be a mechanism that helps the members of the IOM Staff to be treated fairly advocating civility and mutual respect as the most productive avenue to successful problem solving and prevent conflicts from escalating.


    The Intern will work under the guidance and direct supervision of the Ombudsperson and will support his teamwork with other colleagues in the Field Missions and IOM Headquarters.

    Core Functions / Responsibilities:

    The Intern will assist the Ombudsperson in the following duties and responsibilities:

    1. Case management and assistance with the intake and follow-up of cases including the compilation of statistics and the preparation of regular reports.

    2. Research in the identification of systemic issues to initiate the necessary enquiries with a view to advising/recommending possible preventive action to boost morale and improve the organizational climate.

    3. Preparation of documents on trends and activities identifying patterns or problem areas in the Organization's policies and practices and for recommending revisions or improvements.

    4. Research on topics related to the Ombudsperson function such as staff regulations and rules, administrative instructions, etc.

    5. Outreach activities such as preparing and editing texts, brochures, articles and presentations.

    6. Designing and conducting training programmes for the Organization in prevention, dispute and conflict resolution and other related topics for creating a trusting environment in which conflict is minimized.

    7. Supporting the work of the Ombudsperson on gender issues to prevent discrimination and harassment and ensure equal treatment and the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.

    8. Undertake any other tasks as requested by the Ombudsperson.

    Required Qualifications and Experience:


    • Advanced university degree in Behavioural Sciences, Conflict Resolution, Law, Social

    Sciences, Human Resources or enrolled in a Master's degree or PhD-Programme.


    • Background in current and emerging practices in mediation, conflict resolution, and familiarity with the functioning of international organizations and its administrative policies and procedures;

    • Capacity to timely understand the Organization’s structure and portfolios;

    • Proven ability to produce quality work accurately and concisely according to set deadlines;

    • Conscientiousness in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results;

    • Motivation by professional concerns showing persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges and remaining calm in stressful situations;

    • Practical experience of how to multi-task, prioritize and work independently;

    • Ability to keep matters strictly confidential and exercise good discretion in using information;

    • Ability to work effectively and harmoniously in a team of colleagues of varied cultural and professional backgrounds and solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise;

    • Computer literacy, especially database tools and proficiency in doing statistical analysis;

    • Strong organizational skills;

    • Ability active listening, to be mindful and resilient and to show respect and compassion to visitors;

    • Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to work collaboratively with others from different nationalities and cultural background.


    Fluency in English is required. Working knowledge of French and/or Spanish is an advantage.

    Desirable Competencies:


    • Accountability – takes responsibility for action and manages constructive criticisms

    • Client Orientation – works effectively well with client and stakeholders

    • Continuous Learning – promotes continuous learning for self and others

    • Communication – listens and communicates clearly, adapting delivery to the audience

    • Creativity and Initiative – actively seeks new ways of improving programmes or services

    • Performance Management – identify ways and implement actions to improve performance of self and others.

    • Planning and Organizing - plans work, anticipates risks, and sets goals within area of responsibility;

    • Professionalism - displays mastery of subject matter

    • Teamwork – contributes to a collegial team environment; incorporates gender related needs, perspectives, concerns and promotes equal gender participation.

    • Technological Awareness - displays awareness of relevant technological solutions;


    Personal Development

    The incumbent will acquire technical knowledge in the Office of the Ombudsperson Unit. He/She will also gain in-site experience in working with an international organization. Carte de Legitimation

    The Organization will obtain the ‘carte de legitimation’ for the duration of the internship for the selected candidate.


    • Applicants are encouraged to highlight their specific skills, experience and or achievements in their cover note. Due to the sensitive nature of the position, the applicants have to be motivated by professional concerns giving top priority to the Office and the visitors concerns. They are asked to do so carefully in order to enhance the value of the internship for both themselves and the Ombudsperson Office. In the Candidate Profile (EREC), please include all past work experiences, IT skills, and three references.

    • Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted, and additional queries will only be addressed if the candidate is shortlisted.

    • IOM provides a small monthly stipend; please consider the cost of living in Geneva prior to applying.

    • No late applications will be accepted.

    How to apply:

    Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications via PRISM, IOM e-Recruitment system, by 11 July 2017 at the latest, referring to this advertisement.

    For further information, please refer to:

    In order for an application to be considered valid, IOM only accepts online profiles duly completed.

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. You can track the progress of your application on your personal application page in the IOM e-recruitment system.

    Posting period:

    From 28.06.2017 to 11.07.2017

    Requisition: INT 2017/13 - Intern - Office of the Ombudsperson - Geneva, Sw (55102523) Released

    Posting: Posting NC55102524 (55102524) Released


    Organization: Médecins Sans Frontières
    Country: France
    Closing date: 31 Jul 2017

    Médecins Sans Frontières, association médicale humanitaire internationale créée en 1971, apporte une assistance médicale à des populations aux prises avec des crises menaçant leur survie, principalement en cas de conflits armés, mais aussi d’épidémies, de catastrophes naturelles ou encore d’exclusion des soins. La section française de MSF est présente dans une trentaine de pays.

    Dans le cadre d’un surcroit d’activités lié à la mise en place de nouveaux projets RH, nous recherchons pour le département des Ressources Humaines un(e) :


    Mission :

    Le/la chargé(e) de développement RH siège apporte son support aux activités RH de gestion des compétences et développement des salariés du siège sous la responsabilité du RRH Siège. Il/Elle travaille en collaboration avec l’ensemble des services du département RH en fonction des dossiers confiés.

    Principales responsabilités durant la mission :

    Sous la responsabilité du Responsable RH Siège,

    Clôture des campagnes d’entretien 2017 et organisation des campagnes 2018.

    -Evaluer la campagne 2017 et la mise en place du nouvel outil HRGO: feedback utilisateurs, retour d’expérience, freins et difficultés rencontrées, workflow, préconisations pour 2018

    -Traiter les résultats des entretiens (HR Analytics) et suivre les actions nécessaires.

    -Elaborer et présenter le bilan de la campagne 2017 en interne

    -Proposer et développer le(s) format(s) d’entretien 2018 dans HRGO ainsi que les documents de procédure et utilisation associés (entretiens annuels et entretiens professionnels)

    -Elaborer ou actualiser et mettre en place l’ensemble de la communication interne sur les entretiens 2018.

    Développement et optimisation de l’outil RH digital (HRGO) :

    -Développer les tableaux de bord et outils de reporting sur le suivi et l’analyse des entretiens dans HRGO (SaaS) ou sur la production d’informations pour la BDES

    -Suivre et optimiser la gestion des salariés : arrivée et départ de salariés, changement de postes, changement du lien hiérarchique, rattachement à la fiche emploi, organigramme.

    -Gérer le ticketing et le support utilisateur à l’outil

    -Dispenser des formations adhoc aux utilisateurs si besoin.

    -Collaborer avec l’équipe DSI et le Référent outils & métier sur l’optimisation technique de l’outil HRGO et la traduction des besoins métiers

    GPEC : ouvertures de poste, fiches recrutements et Fiches Emplois Repère (FER).

    -Vérifier la disponibilité des FER et gérer leur création ou modification sur HRGO

    -Maintenir à jour la cartographie des postes structurels

    -Participer à la création ou révision des fiches emploi-repère sous la supervision du RRH Siège

    -Participer à l’optimisation des process admin RH : fiches de recrutement, échanges d’information avec les Gestionnaires RH, gestion des entrées/sorties salariés avec les autres services (SG, GRH), organigramme

    -Participer à la mise en place d’une démarche GPEC : identification des postes stratégiques, classification des compétences et référentiels, projections évolution des emplois, etc.

    Contribuer au développement de la transversalité et divers projets RH:

    -Partager les informations et les connaissances RH, développer la capacité à travailler avec les autres services et départements, contribuer à la diffusion des politiques RH.

    -Participer aux projets RH et transverses selon les besoins

    Profil recherché :

    De formation supérieure en Ressources Humaines, vous avez déjà effectué des stages significatifs au sein du département RH d’une grande association ou entreprise (+300 personnes) et avez de bonnes connaissances en développement RH.

    Vous avez de bonnes connaissances en développement RH, notamment la GPEC. Vous avez une bonne maîtrise des outils bureautiques (pack office) et une appétence pour les nouveaux outils numérique et le digital RH.

    Une formation excel vous sera proposée si besoin pour vous perfectionner et pouvoir répondre aux besoins de reporting et élaboration de tableaux.

    D’une grande rigueur et fiabilité, vous êtes organisé, savez anticiper, et possédez des qualités d’analyse et de synthèse. Vous avez une bonne communication (écrite et orale) et êtes force de proposition et de conseil, avec une attitude collaborative et réactive.

    Français courant. La maîtrise de l’Anglais est un plus.

    Statut : contrat de professionnalisation/alternance CDD 1 an - Temps plein basé à Paris.

    Merci de joindre les plannings scolaires à la candidature et le montant des frais pédagogiques.

    Postes à pourvoir : rentrée Septembre 2017 (suivant les plannings scolaires)

    Conditions salariales :

    55% à 80% du SMIC selon le niveau d’études. Complémentaire santé prise en charge à 100% par

    MSF. Titres restaurants d’une valeur faciale de 9€ (prise en charge à 60% par Médecins Sans

    Frontières). Prise en charge à 50% de l’abonnement transport en commun (pas de prise en charge

    des billets de train pour les résidents hors Ile de France venant travailler à Paris)

    How to apply:

    Merci de déposer votre candidature (lettre de motivation et CV) en ligne sur :

    jusqu’au : lundi 31 juillet 2017

    Seul(e)s les candidat(e)s dont les dossiers auront été retenus seront contacté(e)s. st l1:leve

  • Nigeria: Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor- Nigeria

    Organization: Mercy Corps
    Country: Nigeria
    Closing date: 26 Jul 2017

    About Mercy Corps

    Mercy Corps is a leading global organization powered by the belief that a better world is possible. In disaster, in hardship, in more than 40 countries around the world, we partner to put bold solutions into action — helping people triumph over adversity and build stronger communities from within. Now and for the future.

    Mercy Corps Nigeria implements a variety of programs with the ultimate goal of building productive, secure and just communities. The organization's programs are implemented in twelve states, mainly in North and North East Nigeria and Lagos. Our work covers the following sectors: economic development, livelihoods/food security, adolescent girls & boys empowerment, financial resilience, conflict management and humanitarian response. Common themes include community engagement, inclusive development, gender and working in partnership with local government, the private sector and civil society actors.

    Conflict Management Portfolio Summary

    Mercy Corps Nigeria conflict management portfolio currently includes three projects: (1) UKAID funded “North East Conflict Management and Stabilisation” (NE CMS) consortium program aimed at preventing participation in violent extremism through increased cohesion within and between communities, increased confidence in governance and security institutions in Borno State; and improved access to financial services; (2) USAID funded “Engaging Communities for Peace in Nigeria” (ECPN) aimed at reducing violence in the Middle Belt states by peacefully preventing and resolving farmer-pastoralist conflicts, and building the capacity of influential local CSOs with mandates in peacebuilding and conflict management/mitigation; and (3) GHR funded “Harmonious Association, Religious Participation and Engagement for Northern Nigeria” (TARE) aimed at reducing participation in violence in three Northern States of Nigeria through engagement of religious leaders and institutions in inter-faith mediation, peacebuilding initiatives and dialogue with State government.

    General Position Summary

    The Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist is a key position in the Mercy Corps Nigeria Conflict Management Portfolio. S/he is responsible for cross-cutting programmatic information management, monitoring and evaluation, and data analysis to improve ongoing programs and deliver high quality reports and proposals. The M&E Specialist is responsible for developing, with program teams, strong M&E systems and building the capacity of program teams and partners to ensure quality data collection and the integration of evidence within current programming. Additionally, s/he is responsible for ensuring that necessary M&E systems meet internal and donor compliance requirements and that information is provided to program managers and field offices to assist them in generating reports that are timely and high quality.

    Essential Job Responsibilities

    General position description

    • Collaborate with Program Managers and country M&E staff to develop and establish M&E systems that serve the needs of the Conflict Management Portfolio, including the development and implementation of mobile data collection tools.
    • Review and develop M&E plans for each program within the Conflict Management Portfolio.
    • Lead the development of M&E plans, tools, survey designs, methodologies, data analysis and other services that may be required for program monitoring, evaluation and learning.
    • Ensure that M&E activities take place in line with M&E plans and supervise each stage of the process (design, implementation, analysis, feedback mechanisms, report writing).
    • Address shortfalls in monitoring, evaluation and information management that impact quality and affect program implementation.
    • Provide leadership in designing individual program-level logical frameworks and M&E systems that inform and improve each program, guide strategy and ensure compliance with Mercy Corps and donor standards.
    • Advise logical framework and M&E plan development for grant proposals.
    • Establish standard mechanisms for ensuring M&E quality (e.g., spot checks).
    • Coordinate with Mercy Corps' HQ Technical Support Unit to guide research studies, ex-ante, ex-post and midterm evaluations (including design, implementation and documentation).
    • Coordinate internal and external review and lead the analysis of findings, with a strong emphasis on learning.

    M&E System development and technical oversight

    • Run quantitative data collection exercises using ODK Collect, ONA, CommCare or other open source or digital mobile data tools.
    • Conduct project site visits to provide hands-on training to field staff and partners on how to capture and organize information for accurate documentation, analysis and reporting.
    • Explore possibilities for use of alternative qualitative of quantitative data collection software or methodologies and applying them as required.
    • Ensure that all Conflict Management Portfolio M&E data is stored according to standards outlined in the M&E plan and Mercy Corps minimum standards, including linking data to TolaData.
    • Ensure that gender considerations are effectively integrated at design, implementation, analysis and report writing stages for all M&E products.
    • Ensure that all data collected is sex and age disaggregated in line with Mercy Corps minimum standards.
    • Adapt the M&E data collection and reporting to specific donor requirements as needed.


    • Take the lead in aligning, collecting and reporting on relevant program indicators to the agency-wide M&E system, TolaData.

    • Coordinate the production of high-level reports that aligns with donor standards.

    • Evaluate and report on potential partners' M&E data and planning.

    • Produce all required M&E reports for the Conflict Management Portfolio.


    • Actively participate in Conflict Management Portfolio coordination meetings.
    • Represent the Conflict Management team at donor M&E inquiries and with partner organizations.
    • Participate in cross component M&E meetings to share and document best practices.
    • Participate in external M&E forums to share best practices.

    Capacity development

    • Conduct project site visits to provide hands-on training to field staff on how to capture and organize information for accurate documentation and reporting.
    • Assist the program implementation team in collection and analysis of quality information in order to facilitate their timely and accurate reporting to donors.
    • Develop a comprehensive staff and partners' training series to build team capacities in the area of monitoring and evaluation and other key programmatic skills.


    • Other duties as assigned.


    • Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts toward accountability, specifically to our beneficiaries and to international standards guiding international relief and development work, while actively engaging beneficiary communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects.

    Supervisory Responsibility



    Reports Directly To: Director of Conflict Management Programs

    Works Directly With: Country MEL Manager, Mercy Corps Conflict Management program team (with a specific focus on M&E staff), partner organizations, TSU and other Mercy Corps staff.

    Knowledge and Experience

    • Master's degree or equivalent in social science, statistics, management, international development or other relevant field.
    • A minimum of 3 to 5 years of experience in international relief and development, preferably in Africa.
    • Experience with mobile-based M&E systems (e.g., ONA, CommCare).
    • Experience in staff development and training.
    • Excellent computer skills, including experience with Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, SPSS, Access, ODK Collect and other statistical packages.
    • Demonstrated ability as a collaborator, achieving results from M&E teams reporting through consortium members.
    • Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to follow procedures, meet deadlines and work independently and cooperatively with team members.
    • Strong understanding of donor compliance issues. Experience with USAID and DFID preferred.
    • Strong written and oral communication skills in English required, including report development, writing and editing.

    Success Factors

    A successful candidate will have a demonstrated ability to lead and communicate effectively with team members of varied work styles and cultures, follow procedures, and meet deadlines with flexibility and creativity in planning and problem solving. S/he will have a proven ability to learn quickly, multi-task, prioritize, take initiative, and be accountable for results, understand the larger picture while remaining focused on the details, problem solving, work within a complex and sensitive setting and to follow laws and security protocols. The most successful Mercy Corps team members have a strong commitment to teamwork and accountability, thrive in evolving and changing environments and make effective written and verbal communication a priority in all situations.

    Living Conditions / Environmental Conditions

    This position will be based in Abuja. Security in Abuja is generally good, although there are times when security is an issue. Housing, health care, water, electricity and consumer goods are all reasonably accessible and there are good international and domestic travel options from Abuja Airport.

    Mercy Corps team members represent the agency both during and outside of work hours when deployed in a field posting or on a visit/short term assignment to a field posting. Staff are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner and respect local laws, customs and Mercy Corps' policies, procedures, and values at all times and in all in-country venues.

    Apply Here


    How to apply:

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  • Netherlands: Social media/communication intern

    Organization: Butterfly Works
    Country: Netherlands
    Closing date: 01 Jul 2017

    Job description

    We are looking for a social media/communication intern, who has a talent for communicating with different audiences via a variety of media. You will be supporting our external communication channels with the positioning and marketing of BW and our projects. Ideally you are also interested in, and have experience with, the use of design programs to support the visual communication we use.

    All our programs are co-created with our local partners using a Design Thinking approach and are based on a number of learning theories which increase effectiveness and impact. You will be part of our team and will work closely together with our communication and media outreach roles. These will be your main tasks:

    · Support in the development of internal and external communication materials in line with our brand strategy, especially focussing on social media channels.

    · Support in visualising several services, products and reports for various projects that are focussed on education, communication and/or ICT.

    · Improve our creative multimedia tools and interact with our network.

    · Support in improving our profile via our communication channels to share the work of Butterfly Works.


    We are looking for an enthusiastic colleague who is used to working independently and taking responsibility for his/her work. You feel at home in a dynamic international working environment. You are thorough and accurate, with a good sense of priorities. You have a hands-on work style, so you are able to apply theory to practice easily. You have proven affinity with new and old media and technologies, and you can come up with different ways to apply them in our projects. You are a good writer in English.

    Qualifications and knowledge:

    · You are studying or have studied at a bachelor’s level.

    · You have experience with and enjoy the usage of social media (professionally).

    · You are a good (intercultural) communicator and efficient at planning your work.

    · You are independent and a creative thinker.

    · You have affinity with visual/graphic design work and have proven experience.

    · You have professional proficiency of English, both spoken and written.

    · You preferably also speak and write in Dutch (French is an advantage).

    How do we work?
    We strongly believe in the talents of an individual and in the strength of an effective team. We have no bosses or managers, everyone is responsible and accountable at the same time. This will give you freedom to do what you are best at and make your own choices in line with the purpose of the organisation. We stand for openness and transparency.

    How to apply:

    What do we offer you?

    We offer an interesting and challenging 4-6 months internship position in an international work field. An intern fee of € 255 per month is available. The work hours amount to 32 hours a week.

    Are you the communication and social media guru who has a hands-on mentality and affinity with designing? We would be happy to meet you!

    If you are interested please send your motivation and CV as soon as possible to Rianne Doorneweerd –

    We are looking for an intern who is able to start as soon as possible, preferably from the 1st of July 2017 on.

  • France: Stagiaire Contrôle de Gestion - Paris

    Organization: ACTED
    Country: France
    Closing date: 26 Jul 2017

    Background on 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.

    Country profile

    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.

    Position profile

    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.


    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


    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, lettre de motivation avec la référence FI/HQ

  • Thailand: ReliefWeb UI/UX Internship, Multiple Positions

    Organization: ReliefWeb
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 06 Sep 2017

    Org. Setting and Reporting

    The United Nations (UN) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is the UN Secretariat department responsible for bringing together humanitarian actors to ensure a coherent response to complex emergencies and natural disasters. OCHA also ensures that there is a framework within which each actor can contribute to the overall response effort.

    Situated within OCHA Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (ROAP), the ReliefWeb-Bangkok office aims to provide reliable disaster and crisis updates and analysis to humanitarians by: collecting information from more than 4,000 global information sources around the clock; delivering content which is most relevant to ReliefWeb's global audience, includes country and disaster reports, maps, info-graphics, job announcements and learning opportunities thereby; enabling humanitarian partners to analyze context and situations and make better decisions.

    This internship will be based in Bangkok, Thailand, and the intern will be under the general guidance and direct supervision of an Editorial Assistant with a direct reporting line to the Head of Reliefweb-Bangkok office. The internship is being offered for a minimum period of three (3) months, with a possibility of extension up to a maximum period of six (6) months, with a flexible start date.


    The intern will support OCHA in fulfilling its mission to coordinate effective and principled humanitarian action in partnership with national and international actors; advocate the rights of people in need; promote preparedness and prevention; and facilitate sustainable solutions.

    The ReliefWeb Training section is relevant to users who are seeking learning opportunities offered by organizations that support humanitarian activities, and its learning platform is based on Drupal, with content served via an application programming interface (API).

    In general, the intern shall help with evaluation and implementation options for the visual redesign and functional revamp of Training section website at: Daily responsibilities will depend on the individual's background and duties may include but are not limited to helping with creation of an attractive, high quality responsive designs for multiple languages, to ensure the technical feasibility of user interface (UI)/ user experience (UX) design options; supporting the creation of design artifacts in various levels of fidelity from wire-frames to polished visual design and detailed specifications; participating in all phases of the product development life-cycle, including product ideation and definition, UI design, and user research and testing; helping to develop new user-facing features and create prototypes of the new training section, including features such as a humanitarian calendar and ‘related content’ from other sections of the site; assisting in producing wire-frames, user flows and/or concept note for planned mobile applications; collaborating with other team members and stakeholders on interaction design and visual design; helping to assure that all user input is validated before incorporation in the back-end; assisting with maintenance of coding documentation and consistency in following best practices; supporting with redesign of training submission form and collaborating to help improve posting workflow; and performing other tasks requested by supervisor, as appropriate.


    COMMUNICATION: speaks and writes clearly and effectively; listens to others, correctly interprets messages from others and responds appropriately; asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in having two-way communication; tailors language, tone, style and format to match the audience; demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed. TEAMWORK: works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings. TECHNOLOGICAL AWARENESS: Keeps abreast of available technology; understands applicability and limitations of technology to the work of the office; actively seeks to apply technology to appropriate tasks; shows willingness to learn new technology.


    To qualify for an internship with the United Nations Internship Programme, applicants must meet one of the following requirements:

    • Be enrolled in a graduate school programme (second university degree or equivalent, or higher); or
    • Be enrolled in the final academic year of a first university degree programme (minimum Bachelor’s level or equivalent); or
    • Have graduated with a university degree and, if selected, must commence the internship within a one-year period of graduation from an academic programme.
      Applicants who are unable to start the internship within a year of graduation date shall not be accepted.
      The University degree must be in the area of political science, social science, geography, business administration, information technology, information systems, mobile development or in a related field.

    Work Experience

    Applicants are not required to have professional working experience for participation in the Programme though any academic and/or practical experience in humanitarian affairs issues including humanitarian financing mechanisms, humanitarian funding trends, gender equality programming is desirable. Familiarity with HTML, CSS, and/or JavaScript is essential. Understanding of UI design, UX and information architecture and familiarity with developing user flows and mobile UI/UX would be an advantage. Knowledge of content management systems is desirable, as is the ability to understand business goals and the target audience. Familiarity with data management (e.g. Excel) and/or content management tools (e.g. Drupal) would be an asset.

    Applicants should be computer literate in standard software applications; have a demonstrated keen interest in the work of the United Nations, a personal commitment to the ideals of the Charter and; have a demonstrated ability to successfully interact with individuals of different cultural backgrounds and beliefs, which includes willingness to understand and be tolerant of differing opinions and views.


    English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this internship fluency in English (both oral and written) is required. Knowledge of the other would be an asset. Knowledge of another United Nations official language, Spanish in particular, is desirable.Assessment

    Candidates will be assessed based on their Personal History Profile (PHP). Individual interviews may be conducted by the Hiring Manager directly for further consideration. A complete online application (e.g. cover note and PHP) is required. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. The cover Note must include:

    -Title of degree you are currently pursuing;
    -Graduation date (when will you be graduating from the programme);
    -IT skills and programmes in which you are proficient;
    -Explanation why you are the best candidate for the internship position.

    In your PHP, be sure to include all past work experience, if any; IT skills and three (3) references. Due to high volume of applications received, ONLY successful candidates will be contacted.

    How to apply:

    Please send in your application via the UN Careers website. If you do not have an existing account, you will need to register here.

    Link to internship opening:

  • Kenya: Human Resources Information Systems Intern (HRIS) Intern

    Organization: Save the Children
    Country: Kenya
    Closing date: 11 Jul 2017

    Human Resources Information Systems Intern (HRIS) Intern

    Save the Children is the world's leading independent organisation for children. We work in 120 countries. We save children's lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfil their potential.

    We work together, with our partners, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.

    We have over two million supporters worldwide and raised 1.9 billion dollars last year to reach more children than ever before, through programmes in health, nutrition, education, protection and child rights, also in times of humanitarian crises.

    Following a major transition, our international programmes are now delivered through a merged operation with 15,000 staff, managed through seven regional hubs and reporting to a relatively small, central office. We're changing to become more efficient, more aligned, a better partner, a stronger advocate, a magnet for world-class people and relevant for the 21st century.

    Role Purpose:

    The Regional HR team is a part of Save the Children's Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office. The HRIS Intern will provide administrative support to the to the Regional HR team across the full range of HR processes and systems

    Contract Duration: 3 months


    Qualifications and Experience

    • Educated to degree level in Information Technology or equivalent.

    • Solid skills in Microsoft applications especially Microsoft SharePoint 2010 or 2013

    • Good understanding and at least 1-year experience working with HR processes and practices including the administration of recruitment and on boarding processes is an added advantage.

    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills; ability to explain complex issues to colleagues at all levels

    • Demonstrable ability to influence others, to liaise with a wide range of people at all levels and across different cultures; and to act with credibility, tact and diplomacy

    • Commitment to upholding Save the Children values, Code of Conduct and Child Safeguarding Policy and Practice

    Please apply in English saving your CV and covering letter as a single document, including your salary expectations for this role. To see a full a job description, please visit our website at

    We need to keep children safe so our selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse. Employment is subject to our Child protection standards including background checks and adherence to our Child Safeguarding Policy

    Save the Children is an equal opportunity employer and seeks to employ and assign the best qualified talent.


    Save the Children International does not charge any kind of fee at whichever stage of the recruitment process and does not act through recruitment agents

    How to apply:

    Please follow this link to apply:


    Organization: Pact
    Country: Kenya
    Closing date: 03 Jul 2017

    Pact’s mission is to build empowered communities, effective governments and responsible organizations that give people an opportunity for a better life. We do this by strengthening the capacity of organizations and institutions to be good service providers, represent their stakeholders, network with others for learning and knowledge sharing, and advocate for social, economic and environmental justice. Interdependence, responsible stewardship, inclusion of vulnerable groups, and respect for local ownership and knowledge are core values across all our programs.

    Job Purpose

    Pact’s Kenya office seeks to hire a Finance Intern to be based in the Nairobi Office to provide an opportunity to put into practice the knowledge they have acquired in college. This position reports to the Finance officer.

    Functions and Responsibilities:

    · Receive and process all cash advances on time and arrange for bank runs in coordination with the Finance Officer to ensure cash is availed to staff and sub recipients on a timely basis.

    · Receive and examine payment requests supporting documents

    · Assist with recording invoices into the accounting system

    · Follow up on positing of captured invoices for timely payment processing

    · Processing all payment requests submitted from suppliers and staff

    · Maintain an unpaid invoices file

    · Ensure that all recurrent invoices and utility bills are paid on time

    · Recording and updating financial books of accounts with payments

    · Record grant liquidations after review by Finance Officer

    · Assist in preparation of journals

    · Assist in processing staff liquidations

    · Reviewing of supplier reconciliation/accounts payable and ensure accounts payable are up to date

    · Filing all financial documents

    · Assist in the production of monthly financial reports

    · Other duties as requested by the supervisor

    III. Person Specification


    § Bachelor’s degree in commerce or any other related field

    § CPA at least Part 1

    § Must have graduated in the last two years


    § Integrity, commitment to learning and reliable;

    § Team player

    § Respect for people of all cultures

    § Good command in English

    § Computer literate

    How to apply:

    Interested applicants fulfilling the minimum requirements are invited to send their application letter and CV to indicating “**Intern**” on the subject line.

    Deadline for applications: July 3rd, 2017

  • United States of America: Financial Planning & Analysis Intern

    Organization: Chemonics
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 10 Jul 2017

    Chemonics seeks a part-time (10-16 hours per week) intern for our Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) team for the winter and spring semesters. As part of the Finance & Accounting Division at Chemonics, an intern for the FP&A team will get a broad overview of the budget process while also gaining experience in forecasting, reporting, and preparing presentations and trainings for key stakeholders. If the opportunity arises, the internship will also involve the development of a live cost proposal in conjunction with FP&A staff. The team is open to a flexible work schedule to accommodate the right candidate's availability. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Compile historic cost proposal data from 2006-2016

    • Work with FP&A to review and analyze data

    • Learn how to analyze a Request for Proposal (RFP), and assist in developing a new business cost volume

    • Draft monthly presentations for our Regional Financial Analysts (RFAs)

    • Follow-up with RFAs about key forecasting outliers

    • Research opportunities to better communicate financial data using a data visualization tool (PowerBI)

    • Troubleshoot and correct excel errors on Budget Monitors as needed

    • Assist in preparing monthly reports, and reviewing for accuracy

    • Generate new access codes for ChemFin, our corporate online financial reporting site

    • Update backlog data and ceilings for new projects

    • Support FP&A team throughout annual budget process, which may include reviewing content for errors, generating reports, and assisting the Executive Office team with logistics for the budget retreat

    • Provide other ad hoc support, and respond to requests as needed


    • Currently pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree required

    • Minimum 3.0 GPA in statistics, accounting, finance, and/or economics coursework required

    • Strong Microsoft Office skills, particularly Microsoft Excel (pivot tables, v-lookup, etc.)

    • Responsibly manages sensitive or confidential information

    • Excellent research, analytical, and communication skills

    • Attention to detail and willingness to learn

    • Self-starter; ability to work independently on projects and tasks

    • Demonstrated interest in international development

    • Additional language skills a plus

    How to apply:

    Application instructions:
    Apply through our Career Center at by July 9, 2017. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted. Unofficial transcripts must be uploaded as an application document.

    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.

  • Turkey: Capacity Development Intern CD- 301, fluent in English + additional languages desirable

    Organization: TRUST Consultancy & Development
    Country: Turkey
    Closing date: 01 Sep 2017

    Capacity Development Intern

    Position code: CD- 301

    Purpose: Capacity Development intern

    Responsible to: Director of Capacity Development

    Working with: Capacity Development Team

    Location: Gaziantep, Turkey

    Period: 3-6 months (dependent on visa availability at the time of acceptance)

    Expenses: $300/month (To be used for monthly accommodation rental OR living expenses – sufficient for one month for either)

    About the organization

    Trust Consultancy and Development is an independent research and capacity development consultancy based in Turkey, providing a range of services to the whole of the MENA region. Our dedicated team aspires to provide a range of expert services to international and local NGOs, businesses, donors and third parties with vested interests in different aspects of development and humanitarian action.

    Our work addresses the growing demand for a range of third party research and capacity building services and our clients include Save the Children, People in Need, World Vision, Norwegian Refugee Council and Samaritan’s Purse. Currently, we are working in Syria, Turkey and Iraq. Our head office is in Gaziantep, Turkey with satellite field research bases in Syria and capacity development services offered in Iraq.

    Incentives to join us

    We are a new organization and we’re growing fast. We’ve had an unbelievably successful first year and this is an exciting opportunity to join an organization at an interesting time. This particular role offers the opportunity to understand the whole of the training cycle from inception to completion. You will learn from an experienced and dedicated team who are working with a range of local and international NGOs in a challenging part of the world. As a capacity development organization, we also offer the opportunity for you to take part in training programs underway during your internship. At the end of your internship, there may be opportunities to further develop with us as we grow. Alternatively, our connections are wide-reaching and our interns will have access to this network via Trust. We have helped several past interns secure jobs with other organisations. We will provide a full review at the end of your internship and a letter of recommendation.

    Main duties and responsibilities:

    You will be responsible for assisting with training needs assessments, assisting with curriculum design, delivering curriculum and learning materials.


    · Helping to identify training needs by evaluating organizational capacity

    · Assisting in the definition of learning objectives

    · Creating content materials for workshops

    · Supporting the evaluation process of the effectiveness of the curriculum

    · Assisting design and delivery of curriculum and learning materials

    · Helping to assess training effectiveness

    · Periodically evaluate ongoing programs to ensure that they reflect any changes

    The candidate should

    1- Hold a University Degree or relevant qualifications in Education, Curriculum design, Training, HR or other related field

    2- Speak fluent English

    3- Arabic, Kurdish or French would be an asset (specifically written)

    4- Have excellent written and verbal communications skills

    5- Some knowledge of instructional design theory and learning principles Teaching or training design experience an asset

    6- Knowledge of the full training cycle

    7- Some knowledge of learning management software

    8- Familiarity with traditional and modern training methods, tools and techniques

    9- Familiarity with talent management and succession planning

    10- Ability to conduct cost-benefit analysis and calculate training ROI

    11- Interest in learning to present complex information to a variety of audiences

    12- Sound decision making and organisational skills

    13- Demonstrate an understanding of development/ humanitarian sector

    How to apply:

    All interested candidates should email, attaching their C.V. and a cover letter with the subject line ‘Internship’. For more information about Trust, visit our website here or follow us Twitter, Facebook or Linkedin.

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  • Chad: Chef des Opérations - Tchad

    Organization: Handicap International
    Country: Chad
    Closing date: 20 Aug 2017

    1. Contexte:

    Après son indépendance, le Tchad a connu de nombreux épisodes d’instabilité et de violence, émergeant principalement de tensions internes. Près de 35 ans après les premiers conflits, le territoire tchadien est encore aujourd’hui contaminé par de nombreuses mines et autres restes explosifs de guerre (REG), situation aggravée par l’invasion libyenne de la bande d’Aouzou au nord du Tchad entre 1984 et 1987. Environ 90% des zones minées connues se situent dans la région du BET (Borkou – Ennedi – Tibesti), territoire couvrant environ le tiers du pays.

    Handicap International (HI), partenaire historique du Tchad dans l’Action Contre les mines, a mené en 1999 l’enquête d’impact suivant la ratification de la Convention d’Ottawa par le Tchad et a participé à un projet de renforcement des capacités du CND en 2009.

    En janvier 2014, le CND avait identifié 337 zones dangereuses ouvertes (dont 271 dans le BET), sur plus de 106 km2 de terre (plus de 105 km2 dans le BET), menaçant directement au quotidien et lors de leur déplacement, plus de 3 700 000 personnes au Tchad (292 827 au BET).

    Entre octobre 2014 et décembre 2016, grâce à un appui financier de l’Union Européenne, Handicap International a mis en œuvre, en partenariat avec MAG le volet 1 du Projet d’Appui au Secteur du Déminage au Tchad (PADEMIN). De façon spécifique HI a mis en œuvre de :

    • renforcement des capacités du CND dans la gestion de la qualité des opérations et la remise à disposition formelle des terres. L’activité a permis :

    • la formation et l’accompagnement de 15 personnels du CND ;

    • la création d’outils de planification, de suivi, de supervision et de contrôle des opérations ;

    • la mise à jour des normes nationales de gestion de la qualité et de remise à disposition des terres ;

    • le contrôle qualité et la remise à disposition de zones déminées/dépolluées dont la restitution aux bénéficiaires était jugée prioritaire.

    • activités d’enquêtes non techniques et d’éducation au risque des mines et REG dans les régions du Moyen Chari et du Chari Baguirmi (dans le sud du pays). 18 zones ont été confirmées dangereuses dont 4 polluées par des mines.

    • activités d’enquêtes non techniques et d’éducation au risque des mines et REG dans la région du Borkou. 66 zones nouvelles ont été confirmées dangereuses dont 14 polluées par des mines.

    A partir de septembre 2017, un financement de l’Union Européenne permettra à nouveau de mettre en œuvre le Projet d’Appui au Déminage, au Développement et à la Protection sociale des personnes vulnérables ; l’objectif global étant de contribuer à la stabilité régionale et à une meilleure gestion des migrations, en s’attaquant aux causes profondes d’instabilité, de déplacements forcés de populations et de migration irrégulière, en accroissant les opportunités économiques, l’égalité des chances, la sécurité et le développement. L'objectif spécifique est d'assurer un appui au déminage, à la protection sociale et au développement des personnes vulnérables dans le Nord et l'Ouest du Tchad.

    Cette nouvelle action répond aux priorités du Plan d'Action Régional en faveur du Sahel pour la période 2015-2020, adopté par le Conseil de l'Union européenne, et plus particulièrement aux objectifs de soutien à un développement politique et socioéconomique durable et au renforcement de la sécurité dans la région. Cinq acteurs principaux sont impliqués dans la mise en œuvre du projet :

    • CND, en charge de :

    1. l’identification des besoins ;

    2. définition des priorités en matière de déminage et de dépollution ;

    3. formation et mise à disposition des personnels techniques qualifiés ;

    4. supervision des opérations

    5. contrôle des terrains déminés/dépolluer

    6. remise à disposition des terres

    • MAG, en charge du déminage dans les régions du Tibesti et du Lac Tchad

    • FSD, en charge du renforcement de capacité et de l’accompagnement du CND

    • SECADEV en charge de la mise en place d’un accès équitable à des services d’appareillage et de rééducation physique

    • HI, en charge du déminage, du développement économique et de la protection sociale dans les régions du Borkou et de l’Ennedi ouest (leader du consortium)

    L’intervention en faveur du déminage et de l'aide aux victimes et aux handicapés s'aligne sur quatre des domaines couverts par le Fonds fiduciaire d'urgence de l'UE pour lutter contre les causes profondes de la migration irrégulière en Afrique à savoir :

    • la gestion des migrations (en dépolluant des zones proches des frontières et où les échanges et les trafics sont importants, cette action permettra d'améliorer le contrôle que pourront assurer les forces de sécurité intérieures),

    • la gouvernance,

    • la prévention des conflits et l'état de droit (en renforçant les capacités institutionnelles des acteurs tchadiens de la lutte anti-mine) et enfin

    • le développement économique et l'emploi (les zones dépolluées permettront aux populations de se réinstaller, de se déplacer en toute sécurité et de tirer profit des terres remises à disposition pour développer des activités économiques ou sociales).

    HI déploiera :

    1. deux (2) unités de déminage manuel composée chacune de deux équipes et encadrée chacune par un expert international ;

    2. une (1) unité de déminage mécanisé dirigée par un expert international ;

    3. une (1) unité, supervisée par un expert international et spécialement affectée à la pollution ponctuelle ;

    4. une (1) unité d’enquête non technique, dirigée par un expert national ;

    5. un (1) moyen innovent d’enquêtes et de cartographie des zones minées/polluées.

    2. Objectif:

    Le Chef des opérations a pour objectifs :

    Objectif 1 :

    Assumer la responsabilité des opérations d’enquêtes, de déminage et de dépollution et mettre en place le cadre de déploiement et garantir le respect strict des procédures opérationnelles.

    Objectif 2 :

    Mettre en place la planification, la coordination et conduite des opérations. A ce titre, il entretient des relations suivies avec les services supports pour les aspects RH, budget, sécurité générique, etc

    Objectif 3 :

    Assurer le processus de transfert de compétence au personnel national.

    3. Responsabilités:

    Le Chef des opérations travaille sous la responsabilité du Chef de mission et en lien fonctionnel avec les référents techniques (déminage et éducation aux risques) du siège.

    Gestion des Opérations :

    • Assurer la responsabilité de l’ensemble des activités opérationnelles du projet. A ce titre, en collaboration avec le Responsable de la qualité interne et les Conseiller technique terrain, élaborer les planifications mensuelles (formalisée par une fiche transmise au CdM et hebdomadaires des activités et les proposer à la validation du CdM ;

    • Coordonner les activités des différentes composantes placées sous sa responsabilité, incluant la collecte de données, la gestion de l’information, la liaison communautaire, le déminage/dépollution, et la gestion de la qualité interne ;

    • Rédiger les plans de mise en œuvre des opérations et les faire valider en interne par le Responsable de la qualité interne, puis par le Référent technique du siège ;

    • Coordonner avec les Conseillers techniques terrain l’utilisation de la machine de déminage ;

    • Mettre en place des indicateurs de suivi et de performance permettant d’évaluer, en temps réel, la productivité des équipes et de planifier les futures activités ;

    • Superviser et contrôler les équipes dans l’accomplissement des activités opérationnelles qui leur sont confiées : respect de la planification et des dossiers de tâches, préparation des missions, respect des POP, rapports et comptes rendus ;

    • Veiller plus particulièrement au respect des normes et réglementations en vigueur (POP, NNAMT, NILAM) ;

    • S’assurer de la bonne connaissance et du respect de la procédure EVASAN au travers d’exercices réguliers, en conformité avec les POP en vigueur dans le projet ;

    • En cas d’accident ou d’incident par mines ou REG, coordonner la conduite des enquêtes internes et la rédaction des rapports s’y référant ;

    • Participer, en collaboration avec le Responsable de la gestion de la qualité, à la mise à jour des POP du projet en proposant des amendements aux référents du Siège, autant que de besoin ;

    • Veiller à la bonne gestion de l’information et à l’archivage des données en respectant scrupuleusement les règles et procédures en matière de sauvegarde des données numériques et d’archivage des données sur papier ;

    • Assurer la bonne gestion administrative du personnel sous sa supervision en collaboration avec le département des ressources humaine de la mission (validation congés, absences, maladies, profils de poste actualisé, PAI, évaluations, etc.) ;

    • Veiller à une bonne utilisation des matériels et équipements mis à la disposition des équipes ainsi qu’à leur maintenance et à leurs conditions de stockage ;

    • Valider les commandes de matériels émanant du département des opérations et effectuer un suivi précis du flux logistique afin de ne pas perturber le bon déroulement des activités ;

    • En lien avec le Responsable de la qualité interne et le Conseiller technique terrain, planifier l’utilisation des moyens innovants d’enquêtes et de cartographie dans les zones confirmées dangereuses ;

    • Elaborer les rapports d’activités opérationnelles ainsi que tout autre rapport pouvant être demandé, en veillant à respecter leur fréquence et remise aux différents niveaux hiérarchiques de HI ainsi qu’au CND ;

    • Gérer le budget alloué conformément à la procédure d’engagement des dépenses en vigueur ;

    • Se maintenir informé en permanence des conditions de sécurité dans les zones de travail afin de ne pas mettre les équipes en situation de danger.

    Collaboration avec le Responsable de la qualité interne (RGQ) :

    • En s’appuyant sur l’expertise du RGQ et en étroite collaboration avec lui, assurer la planification et le suivi des activités opérationnelles du projet ;

    • En s’appuyant sur l’expertise du RGQ, participer au processus de formation continue du personnel national de la composante opérationnelle, en proposant des formations qui répondent aux besoins du projet ;

    • En s’appuyant sur l’expertise du RGQ, organiser les formations internes et les séances de remise à niveau permettant de maintenir à jour les connaissances théoriques et savoir-faire techniques du personnel de la composante opérationnelle ;

    • En s’appuyant sur l’expertise du RGQ, veiller à l’amélioration permanente du soutien médical indispensable aux opérations de déminage et dépollution. A ce titre, organiser mensuellement les exercices EVASAN prévus par les POP et transmettre les comptes rendus au Chef de mission et au Desk HMA et le Référent technique du siège ;

    Reporting :

    • En lien avec le Chef de mission et le Référent technique du siège, améliorer autant que de besoin les outils de suivi et de monitoring des opérations ;

    • Produire un rapport hebdomadaire d’activités à destination du Référent technique ;

    • Produire des rapports à chaque mission d’accompagnement du CND incluant les objectifs fixés pour la prochaine période;

    • Produire un rapport final sur la méthodologie employée, les leçons apprises du projet ;

    • Compléter la partie technique du Sitrep mensuel en lien avec le Chef de mission;

    • Assister le Chef de mission dans l’élaboration des rapports et documents connexes nécessaires au bon fonctionnement des activités du projet.

    Coordination :

    • Participer aux réunions de coordination et de planification internes organisées par le Chef de mission ;

    • Organiser des réunions de travail périodiques (bimestrielles de préférence) avec les représentants des différentes composantes opérationnelles (Conseillers techniques internationaux + Superviseurs + Infirmiers + Chefs d’équipe) et établir un compte-rendu à destination du CdM ;

    • Faire appliquer les décisions prises par la coordination dans les différents volets placés sous sa responsabilité.

    Conseil et appui spécifique au Chef de mission :

    • Assister le Chef de mission dans sa compréhension des différents spécificités de l’action contre les mines et restes explosifs de guerre (REG) dans les régions du Borkou et de l’Ennedi en particulier et au Tchad en général ;

    • Assister le Chef de mission dans les phases de conception, planification, rédaction de propositions de projet et rapports narratifs aux bailleurs, notamment par le biais de :

    a. l’analyse des informations clés permettant le maintien d’une planification cohérente des activités ;

    b. la réalisation d’un plan d’activités semestriel conforme à la stratégie d’action contre les mines, aux directives du CND et dans la limite des budgets disponibles – sur base des recommandations du RT validées par le CdM ;

    c. le maintien de la continuité des opérations de déminage et de dépollution ;

    • En cas d’incident ou d’accident, apporter l’appui nécessaire pour optimiser la mise en place du processus d’évacuation sanitaire et conseiller le CdM sur la préparation de la période post-accident ;

    • En collaboration avec le Responsable de la gestion de la qualité, apporter aux responsables des services supports du projet, un éclairage technique quant au choix des matériels et équipements spécifiques nécessaires au bon déroulement des activités.

    Recherche et développement :

    • Appuyer le Chef de mission en lui apportant tous les éléments techniques nécessaires pour consolider ses relations avec les bailleurs de fonds et partenaires en général ;

    • Participer, en lien avec le Chef de mission, à l’élaboration des concept-notes, budgets et propositions de projet ;

    • Participer, en collaboration avec le Responsable de la qualité interne et le Référent technique, au développement et à l’évaluation de nouveaux équipements et procédures spécifiques pouvant améliorer l’efficience du projet.

    Communication / Visibilité :

    • Maintenir un lien permanent avec les responsables de la direction des opérations du CND, notamment au travers de réunions fréquentes ;

    • Assurer, en coordination avec le CdM et le CND, la visibilité des activités d’action contre les mines engagées par Handicap international (autocollants, visibilité des chantiers, etc.) ;

    • Afin d’anticiper sur les actions de communication organisées par le Siège (HI Lyon), fournir régulièrement au Desk HMA, via le Chef de mission, des informations sur les activités d’action contre les mines réalisées par le projet.

    Ressource Technique:

    Avant le terme de la mission, procéder, en lien avec le Référent technique, à la capitalisation des outils et documents du projet ;

    Représentation :

    • En lien avec le Chef de mission, favoriser la visibilité du projet de HI Tchad en utilisant les supports médiatiques disponibles sur le territoire ;

    • Accompagner le Chef de mission, dans les réunions avec les autorités ou les bailleurs de fonds si nécessaire.

    4. Conditions spécifiques :

    Durée du contrat : 24 à 36 Mois.

    Billets d’avion : A/R pour en début et fin de mission.

    Rémunération : de 6.000 à 7.500 € par mois selon expérience.

    R&R : 5 jours de R&R tous les 3 mois (prise en charge des billets d’avion à hauteur de 600€) + 25 jours de R&R par an soit 45 jours de R&R/an (9 semaines/an)

    • La durée maximum des R&R ne peut pas excéder 3 semaines (ou 15 jours ouvrables) à la suite

    • La durée minimum entre chaque R&R est de 4 semaines (ou 20 jours ouvrables)

    Jours fériés : 10 jours fériés/an au Tchad

    Lieu d’affectation : Faya au Tchad avec des déplacements fréquents sur N’Djamena.

    Hébergement : fourni par HI en maison collective.

    5. Profil attendu :

    Savoir :

    • Diplôme universitaire ou expérience équivalente ;

    • Qualification technique EOD-3 minimum ;

    • Bonne connaissance de l’action contre les mines et REG (maîtrise des normes internationales et nationales de l’action contre les mines;

    • Maîtrise de la gestion de la qualité appliquée à l’action contre les mines ;

    • Maîtrise de la pédagogique adaptée à la formation des adultes ;

    • Maitrise du déminage mécanisé ;

    • Connaissance des moyens innovants d’enquêtes sur des zones polluées ;

    • Maîtrise de l’organisation et de la conduite des opérations ;

    • Langue(s) : Maîtrise du Français et bonne capacité à rédiger des rapports en français.

    Savoir-faire :

    • Expérience en planification, gestion et supervision et contrôle des opérations d’enquêtes et de déminage/dépollution ;

    • Expérience dans le domaine du transfert de compétences ;

    • Excellent sens de l’organisation, de la planification et des priorités ;

    • Connaissance des outils de gestion de projet et capacités de conception de projets ;

    • Expérience de la collecte et de la gestion de l’information / liaison communautaire

    • Expérience en coordination et gestion d'équipes pluridisciplinaires ;

    • Expérience du travail en autonomie dans des conditions difficiles ;

    • Très bonne communication verbale et écrite.

    Savoir être :

    • Personnalité calme et posée, mais sachant se montrer ferme ;

    • Ouverture d’esprit et capacité à faire preuve d’une grande diplomatie et de maturité ;

    • Capacité à s’intégrer dans un environnement pluriculturel ;

    • Très bonne capacité à travailler en équipe autour d'objectifs définis ;

    • Capacité de transmission des connaissances et de délégation de responsabilités

    • Capacité à travailler dans un contexte politico-militaire pouvant être tendu ;

    • Résistance au stress et grande capacité de travail ;

    • Grande rigueur professionnelle et comportementale ;

    • Adhérer à la vision de Handicap International : un monde ou toute forme de handicap peut être prévenue, guérie ou intégrée et dans lequel les droits des personnes handicapées sont respectés et appliqués.

    Merci d’envoyer votre CV et lettre de motivation avec la référence CHA\27061 à**

    How to apply:

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  • Tunisia: Offre consultance: Consultant(e) Capitalisation

    Organization: Médecins du Monde - Belgique
    Country: Tunisia
    Closing date: 12 Jul 2017

    Dans le cadre d’un projet de « démocratisation des soins et des services de santé pour les populations tunisiennes de deux régions socio économiquement défavorisées » en faveur des populations de la région de Gafsa et de Sidi Bouzid en TUNISIE financé par la coopération Belge, Médecins du Monde Belgique cherche un Expert en capitalisation de l’approche participative en santé.

    Vous êtes invités à présenter une proposition selon les modalités décrites dans les termes de références ci-joints.


    Depuis 2013, et sur une durée de 4 ans, Médecins du Monde Belgique a mis en place une approche participative impliquant la société civile en lui donnant un espace et du pouvoir pour devenir une force de proposition dans les conceptions et les mises en œuvre des politiques de santé. En 2017 et 2018, Médecins du Monde Belgique souhaiterait capitaliser les deux expériences, les décrire, mais aussi les comparer, et concevoir un manuel pour une approche participative en santé. Le manuel aura pour objectif d’être un outil pour l’implémentation d’une telle approche dans d’autres contextes.

    Brève présentation du projet et de sa méthodologie d’intervention

    Le projet d’approche participative se concentre en priorité sur la qualité des soins materno-infantiles et l’offre de soins Gynéco-obstétrique d’une part, la réorganisation des soins de santé dans leur ensemble dans la région de Gafsa et de Sidi Bouzid d’autre part. L’objectif in fine de ce projet est d’améliorer le management et la gouvernance au niveau de la santé dans la région de Gafsa et de Sidi Bouzid. Ces objectifs peuvent dans l’approche utilisée par les projets, être atteints grâce à la mise en place d’une plateforme et d’un budget participatif.

    Le projet de Médecins du Monde est un projet innovant. Le contexte révolutionnaire de la Tunisie offre aux acteurs en présence une opportunité de changement dans différents secteurs ; dont celui de la santé. Médecins du Monde par son appui technique et financier joue un rôle de catalyseur au changement dans le domaine de la santé. Ce programme a pour ambition d’être un projet pilote pouvant initier des démarches similaires dans d’autres régions de Tunisie.

    Méthodologie d’intervention à capitaliser

    La METHODE clé utilisée pour ce projet est, comme évoqué ci-dessus, la méthode participative qui a vocation à rassembler les acteurs de la société civile, des services de santé, les décideurs locaux et des experts. Elle consiste à stimuler les interrelations (débats, partenariats, ...) entre les acteurs et entre les structures de soins afin de les aider à définir et à mettre en œuvre des améliorations de la qualité et de l’accessibilité des services de santé. Les réponses locales qui émergent de cette dynamique correspondent à des actions que les acteurs locaux prennent par elles-mêmes pour répondre à une préoccupation déterminée, en utilisant avant tout leurs propres ressources. Si les services de santé détiennent les moyens nécessaires pour progresser, les personnes, les familles et les communautés détiennent la clé pour améliorer de manière durable la santé (notamment via des changements de comportement). C’est donc toute la chaine, allant du citoyen au décideur politique, qui doit être impliquée dans un processus visant l’amélioration de la santé.

    Responsabilités du consultant

    L'objectif de la consultance est de produire un manuel sur l'approche participative pour la planification dans le domaine de la santé qui aide à poursuivre la démarche à Gafsa et à appliquer cette méthode dans d'autres contextes/pays différents. Le manuel sera également un outil de capitalisation sur le processus et la méthode utilisés par MdM, comprenant aussi les leçons apprises, les bonnes pratiques et les recommandations sur l'ensemble des expériences menées en Tunisie. Une fois le manuel édité, l’objectif de la consultance est de communiquer autour de l’expérience et du manuel et de participer à sa restitution.

    Les objectifs spécifiques seront de :

    · Identifier et examiner les expériences de capitalisation de l’approche participative entre autorités et société civile existantes et documentées et plus particulièrement dans le domaine de la santé et dans un objectif de planification participative.

    • Expliquer clairement les méthodes d’intervention ainsi que les outils
    • Analyser et modéliser l’expérience et les savoirs-faire acquis par Médecins du Monde en matière d’approche participative pour la planification sanitaire à Gafsa et à Sidi Bouzid de 2013 à 2017.
    • Elaborer un manuel de l’approche participative pour la planification en santé reproductible dans d’autres contextes.

    · Participer à partager nos résultats avec d’autres acteurs à travers la publication, la diffusion et la restitution de l’expérience. Un résumé power-point du contenu du manuel sera produit.

    Le consultant aura pour principales tâches de répondre aux questions suivantes :

    1. Qu’est ce qui a été effectué ?

    2. Comment ces activités ont-elles été menées ?

    3. Pourquoi ces choix ?

    4. Quelles sont les leçons apprises ?

    5. Quelles sont les bonnes pratiques ?

    6. Quelles recommandations avons-nous pour les interventions futures ?

    Productions attendues

    A. Note de cadrage

    La note de cadrage de la mission présente la méthodologie et le plan de travail proposés ainsi que les outils utilisés pour la capitalisation (questionnaires, guides d’entretien). Cette note est soumise aux commentaires d’un comité de MdM .

    Elle devra cependant comporter à minima :

    · Revue préliminaire de la littérature

    · Lecture des documents pertinents qui ont été produits durant les mise en place des expériences

    · Séances de briefing avec le staff de MdM

    · Conception de guide de discussion et d’observation

    · Observations directes

    · Entretiens ou ateliers avec les parties prenantes

    · Rédaction du manuel et partage des résultats.

    B. Résultats préliminaires et recommandations

    Cette restitution initiale peut se faire sous la forme d’un rapport préliminaire qui peut servir de base à la restitution en équipe et à la discussion. Ces résultats préliminaires sont ensuite envoyés au comité de pilotage pour avis.

    C. Rapport Final

    Le rapport final sera sous un seul format en version externe à publier.

    Un rapport final provisoire est produit à l’issue de la phase de terrain. MdM dispose ensuite de trois semaines à compter de la réception du rapport provisoire pour émettre ses commentaires et observations.

    D. Restitution orale

    Deux restitutions sont envisagées dont une à Tunis et une à Bruxelles. Le support de la restitution sera une présentation PPT.

    E. Autres

    Une publication est envisagée, des photos d’illustration seront utiles à prendre durant la phase de terrain.

    La langue du manuel et des rapports est le français.

    En fonction du temps disponible, une traduction vers l’arabe est envisageable.

    Planning / chronogramme envisagé

    L’étude est prévue pour durer 60 jours ouvrables.

    Date de Démarrage probable : 1er Septembre 2017 (à discuter avec le consultant)

    Le délai maximum de remise du rapport final est le 31 décembre 2017

    Les 60 jours de mission seront répartis comme suit :

    · Phase de préparation (revue des documents et briefings) : 15 jours

    · Phase de terrain (recueil des données et analyse) : 20 jours

    · Phase de rédaction du rapport final provisoire : 15 jours

    · Phase de Finalisation : 7 jours

    · Restitution : 3 jours

    Le nombre de jours est mis à titre indicatif et peut être rediscuté avec le consultant.

    Le planning indicatif est susceptible de modifications à tout moment en fonction de l’évolution du contexte et notamment de la sécurité.


    L’appel d’offre est ouvert à toute personne physique, organisation gouvernementale ou organisation non gouvernementale, centre de recherche ou université disposant d’une expertise dans la réalisation d’un processus de capitalisation, pour peu qu’une expertise dans les domaines suivants soit prouvée :

    • Expérience similaire dans ce type d’exercice ou en évaluation des projets ;

    · Expérience professionnelle avec des ONG

    · Avoir une expérience prouvée dans le domaine de capitalisation et transfert de connaissances et l’élaboration d’un dispositif de suivi & évaluation

    • Très bonne connaissance du contexte socioculturel de la Tunisie ;
    • Forte capacité d’analyse et de synthèse ;
    • Profil en santé publique ou sociologie ou anthropologie ou sciences politiques
    • Expérience dans le domaine de l’approche participative ;
    • Parfaite maîtrise du français. L’arabe est un plus.

    How to apply:

    Le consultant sera recruté sur la base des dossiers technique et financier constitués comme suit :

    Les consultants invités à soumissionner devront fournir les éléments suivants à l’adresse email: « » en précisant en objet « Tunisie/Gafsa Capitalisation » :

    Proposition technique incluant :

    · La compréhension des termes de référence

    · l’approche technique développée et la méthodologie détaillée, (collecte des informations sur le terrain, outils et étapes à suivre etc.) ;

    · le curriculum vitae détaillé

    · Les expériences dans le domaine de la consultance et les structures de référence

    · les références de 2 travaux similaires antérieurs

    · le calendrier prévisionnel d’intervention ainsi qu’une estimation des charges hommes/jour

    Proposition financière incluant :

    Le budget global en TTC intégrant la répartition budgétaire des honoraires. Les frais de vie, et de transports sont à la charge de Médecins du Monde.

    Pour tout renseignement concernant cet appel d'offres, vous pouvez contacter :

    Dr Leila Garbouj au 00216 22 286 563 ou par email à l’adresse :

    Date finale de réception des dossiers de candidature : 12/07/2017 24h00 heure de Tunis.

  • Lebanon: Water Specialist

    Organization: UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East
    Country: Lebanon
    Closing date: 12 Jul 2017
    1. Collect, detail and evaluate the qualitative and quantitative water sources data, through regular visits to the 12 Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon;

    2. Collect, detail and evaluate the qualitative and quantitative water data from UNRWA stakeholders and partners;

    3. Implement and develop an integrated water resources management for the existing and projected water supply system (sources, storage, network, distribution, treatment, etc.) with optional recommendations for decision by supervisor;

    4. Develop and implement monitoring tools and programmes for the protection, preservation and recharge of the existing aquifers exploited for the water supply systems (storage, networks and distribution quantities), in relation to the national and local standards in urban context;

    5. Roll out of a hydro geological data base related to each camp’s aquifer, including quantitative and qualitative information through existing and new surveys;

    6. Implement and monitor, together with FICIP team and UNRWA partners (popular committees, private and academic sector, community) systematic plan of action to improve the water level monitoring in each water sources (static/dynamic water level monitoring tools, operators’ training, piezometer installation, etc...);

    7. Evaluate and analyse the energy costs for water supply, including the overall running costs for water supply according to the source of energy used (Energies du Libran, generators) to facilitate the identification of sustainable and innovative solutions;

    8. Evaluate together with the UNRWA partners the efficiency of the treatment plants in each camp (at technical and financial levels);

    9. Sustain and improve/update the existing national water sector inventory an in the 12 Palestine refugee Camps in Lebanon and aligned to the municipal and national master plans developed by Lebanese stakeholders;

    10. Develop and update the quantitative and qualitative monitoring system in the 12 Palestine refugee camps in Lebanon, including actor mapping on sampling, testing, diagnostic and corrective measures;

    11. Develop and contribute to the Capacity Building Programme of UNRWA personnel, including the development of necessary training materials and identification of relevant partners;

    12. Develop water technical guidelines and standards for the Palestinian Camps compatible with the national standards (integrated approach);

    13. Participate in internal and external meetings and trainings organized by the EHD team and/or as may be required by supervisor;

    14. Participate to renewable energies projects development (PV solar, thermal solar) and monitor weather data collected with existing weather meteor stations;

    15. Update ACAD drawings for water, wastewater and storm water network

    16. Update and develop GIS dynamic and thematic mapping

    17. Support the ongoing inventory, needs assessment with specific water actions under the supervision of the Environmental Health Expert and the expertise of the Hydro geologist Expert of FICIP;

    18. Prepare and submit cost estimates as may be required by supervisor;

    19. Prepare needs assessment with relevant action plans and activities;

    20. Prepare monthly reports and/or as may be directed by supervisor.

    How to apply:

    If you have the skills and experience required above, and want to make an active and lasting contribution to improving the lives of Palestine refugees, then register on by creating a personal profile and completing the UNRWA Personal History Form; it is the responsibility of the candidates (internal and external) to make sure that their Personal History Form is duly completed with the needed information before they apply as amendments to the Form will not be accepted after the deadline of the vacancy announcement. Only applications received through this website will be considered and the system will not allow applications after the deadline. Please note that UNRWA only accepts degrees from accredited educational institutions. Candidates may also be invited to take a technical exam in order further evaluate their qualifications for the post. Due to a high volume of applications received, only short-listed applicants will be contacted –“سيتم الإتصال فقط بالأشخاص الذين تنطبق عليهم متطلبات الوظيفة”. The United Nations does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process. The United Nations does not concern itself with information on bank accounts. For further information in how to apply for a post, please visit the following link:

    For any queries please send an email to: Please apply as requested above, do not send your CV To this email address, all cvs sent to this email address will be automatically ignored. يرجى تقديم الطلبات حسب التعليمات اعلاها وعدم ارسال السيرة الذاتية الى هذا البريد الالكتروني, سيتم تجاهل السير الذاتية التي ترسل الى هذا العنوان تلقائيا. or contact the recruitment unit on 009611830403.

  • Philippines: Local Consultant: Mapping of Parenting Support Interventions

    Organization: UN Children's Fund
    Country: Philippines
    Closing date: 14 Jul 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.


  • To map current policies and Parenting Support Interventions being implemented by government agencies, non-government organizations, civil society organizations (CSOs), and other stakeholders; describing the strategies and specific interventions, including strengths and gaps challenges.
  • Based on the mapping, provide an analysis of existing policies, programs, interventions, coordination mechanisms, and gaps in Parenting Support Initiatives in the Philippines.
  • Major Tasks

  • Draft outline of mapping objectives, proposed activities, and time frame; identify and review key policies and guidelines related to Parenting Support Interventions (PSI).
  • Desk review of guidelines policies, legislation, and review of programmes related to parenting support interventions (PSI) in the Philippines, including parenting programs in UNICEF’s programme with Tahderriyahs in selected areas in ARMM.
  • Conduct key informant interviews with partners on current parenting interventions and programs by government, NGOs, and CSOs.
  • Analysis of literature review and interview results, preparation of initial report.
  • Validation of findings.
  • Finalization of the report, presentation of the final output and submission.
  • Deliverables

  • Submit outline of report objectives, methodology, activities, schedules.
  • Submit review of policies and guidelines on parenting programmes.
  • Report on results of desk review, initial data collection, and gaps.
  • Initial report on results of meetings with stakeholders related to parenting support interventions (PSI).
  • Submit initial draft on parenting support interventions (PSI).
  • Submit final draft report based on inputs and validation.
  • Final presentation of report.
  • Qualifications and Competencies of Successful Consultant

  • Master’s degree in social work, psychology, community development, social science, or other fields related to social development and humanitarian work with solid experience in designing programs and projects related to child protection and gender-based programming, and training.
  • Familiarity and understanding of child protection and violence against children.
  • Expertise in child protection and parenting support interventions as a method of violence prevention.
  • Ability to design and conduct a literature/document review, effectively analyze materials, and share outcomes/results including through a workshop presentation.
  • Experience with international and national multi-agency partners on child protection.
  • Able to facilitate/conduct meetings with child protection partners, including within Government.
  • Extensive experience in writing analytical assessment reports that demonstrate an effective review of materials and provide practical recommendations/guidance in the final report that addresses identified challenges/issues.

    Qualified candidates are requested to complete an online candidate profile in by14 July 2017. Only applications sent through the e-recruitment portal under Job Number:505622 will be considered.

    All candidates are requested to submit a cover letter, and the duly filled P 11 form which can be downloaded from our website at indicating three (3) previous supervisors. Please indicate your ability, availability and daily/monthly rate to undertake the terms of reference above. Applications submitted without a daily/monthly rate will not be considered.

    Only shortlisted consultants will be contacted.

    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

  • Kenya: Digital Learning Assessment

    Organization: Mercy Corps
    Country: Kenya
    Closing date: 03 Jul 2017


    Mercy Corps is powered by the belief that a better world is possible. Across the more than 40 countries in which we operate, we’re working to address root causes of poverty head on, and helping those caught in crisis not only meet their immediate needs, but build a brighter future. In taking on these challenges, Mercy Corps does not act alone nor are we satisfied with business as usual. In our work, we strive to innovate for greater impact – often through increased take-up of technology and investment in market-driven models. In our work, we see technology as an enabler to improve scale, access, efficiency, engagement, and effectiveness in our global work.

    Youth Empowered for Success (YES!) is a partnership with The Coca-Cola Africa Foundation (TCCAF) and Harambee which seeks to enhance employment for 25,000 young people in six African countries by 2018, and 500,000 by 2022. Mercy Corps is the lead implementer in Kenya, Uganda, Liberia, Nigeria, and Tunisia. The program has three work streams:

    • Core YES! Model: Localizing the YES! model in 6 countries to improve the employment and entrepreneurship of 11,000 youth.

    • Innovation and Digital: Driving innovation in youth employment in Africa through business solutions including digital tools, reaching 14,000 youth.

    • Thought leadership: Research and learning on youth economic empowerment in Africa, building an evidence base enabling partnerships to scale to reach 500,000

    Project Description:

    Under YES!’s Innovation and Digital Work stream, we are pursuing a pilot with various technical partners, to place locally accessible educational content about youth employability on a local network for viewing by youth on their smartphones at youth centers, restaurants, bus stops, and more across and outside Nairobi. YES! has contracted service providers to create video content in English and Kiswahili drawing from the YES! curriculum for deployment during this pilot phase. The same content may also be deployed online through various employment-related sites.

    Objectives of the Consultancy:

    YES! is committed to effectively tracking its impact and developing bold insights to contribute meaningfully to the global conversation on youth economic empowerment by learning from what we do, and putting that learning back into practice.

    This particular project is an exciting opportunity for YES! to continue building its evidence base on what works and what does not as we test out different paths to scale in youth employment programming. Broadly, our learning agenda for this collaboration is as follows:

    A. Usage

    1. Who is accessing the content? What are their demographics?

    2. What are the barriers/constraints to youth accessing the content?

    3. How do they reach the content? How does it compare to other activities on the platform?

    4. How do young people interact with the YES video content?

    5. Which particular YES! content was preferred and why?

    6. How do sex, age, education, poverty level, employment status influence all of the above?

    B. Learning and livelihood outcomes

    1. To what extent do participating youth demonstrate learning as measured through a change in knowledge, attitudes and practices as linked to content delivered?

    2. Is content likely to impact on livelihoods according to YES!’s four domains of change: skills, diversity, income and savings, and meaningfulness?

    3. Which video content proved more effective in facilitating the desired outcomes?

    C. Recommendations

    The findings from this assessment will inform iteration of the service and YES! video content.

    Research Methodology:

    The consultant will develop their own approach, in collaboration with the YES! Results, Learning & Research Coordinator. S/he will employ research methodologies with sufficient rigor to generate actionable answers to the research questions within the resources and timeframe available for this effort. S/he will have access to backend analytics of technology usage from our tech partner, but much of the research will involve on-the-ground observation, interviews, surveys, focus groups, participatory activities and more. The assessment should actively and respectfully engage primary stakeholders throughout the research cycle. This could involve engaging further enumerators.

    Sample research methods include:

    Determining usability and utility of service:

    a) Quantitative: Service tech analytics; targeted surveys; heuristics evaluations

    b) Qualitative: Field study; structured interviews; Focus group discussions

    Determining learning and livelihood outcomes:

    a) Quantitative: Performance on site quizzes and tests; Targeted surveys

    b) Qualitative: Desk review; structured interviews; Focus group discussions; Field study


    The consultant will finalize the scope and purpose of the research; design and test data collection tools; identify and acquire necessary secondary data sources; carry out the collection of data; analyze data; and draft actionable findings and interpretations. The consultant will have responsibility for ensuring quality and rigor of the research findings. The consultant will engage in the following activities and others as required.

    Week 1

    Project phase & timing: Development of detailed research methodology


    • Desk review
    • Consultations with YES! team and content creators
    • Stakeholder requirement analyses
    • Data analysis of existing backend analytics

    Outputs/Deliverables: Completed methodology, data collection instruments & plan

    Week 2-3

    Project phase & timing: Field research

    Activities: Field study

    Outputs/Deliverables: Summary brief of findings for discussion

    Week 4

    Project phase & timing: Write-up


    • Stakeholder meetings for triangulation
    • Written report

    Outputs/Deliverables: Evaluation report

    Suggested Time Frame:

    The consultancy will take place over one month in August 2-17.

    The Consultant will report to:

    The consultant will report directly to YES! Results, Learning and Research Coordinator.

    The Consultant will work closely with:

    The YES! Program Director, the Innovation and Digital Coordinator, as well as tech and content creator partners. 'ٔ

    Applicants should possess the following qualifications:

    • Advanced university degree in education, programme management or other development related fields
    • Experience in applying qualitative and quantitative evaluation methods, with a minimum of 5 years, demonstrating a strong record in designing and conducting/leading evaluations, particularly in the area of education
    • Experience carrying out participatory assessments in Eastern Africa, including assignments focused on digital or mobile learning
    • Excellent language skills in English (oral communication and report writing); knowledge of Kiswahili will be considered an advantage

    How to apply:

    To apply provide the following:

    • Curriculum vitae
    • A proposed methodology for the evaluation (one page maximum)
    • References, web links or electronic copies of two or three examples of recently completed evaluation reports Candidates are also encouraged to submit other references such as research papers or articles that demonstrate their familiarity with the subject under review

    Kindly send you application to on or before 3rd July 2017 by 5.00pm

  • Democratic Republic of the Congo: Consultant National en charge de l’étude Baseline

    Organization: UN Human Settlements Program
    Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Closing date: 12 Jul 2017




    Titre du poste :

    Consultant National en charge de l’étude Baseline



    Zone d’intervention :

    Territoire de Mambasa/Ituri

    Type de contrat :

    Contrat Individuel (IC)

    Date de clôture :

    le 12/07/2017

    Cette offre est uniquement ouverte aux citoyens de la RDC


    Le territoire de Mambasa fait face à plusieurs dynamiques des conflits caractéristiques des zones prioritaires de la Stratégie révisée STAREC – ISSSS. Ces dynamiques ont valu une intervention dans la zone sous le financement Immediate Response Fund (IRF) à travers le PBSO avec le projet « AMANI NI NJIA YA MAENDELEO », réalisé de Décembre 2014 à Août 2016 par un Consortium composé de PNUD, OIM, ONU-Habitat, FAO et UNESCO.

    Ce projet reposait sur trois piliers, à savoir :

    § Dialogue Démocratique

    § Restauration de l’Autorité de l’Etat

    § Réinsertion, réintégration et Relance Economique

    § SGBV

    L’évaluation finale conduite en août 2016 a noté des avancées significatives sur les quatre principaux piliers du projet, et a fait observer des points qui méritent d’être renforcés afin de contribuer à la pérennisation d’une culture de Paix et de stabilité dans la région.

    Il a donc été décidé d’apporter un prolongement audit projet en capitalisant les acquis tout en remédiant à certaines faiblesses.

    Ainsi, ce prolongement du Projet IRF Mambasa, « AMANI NI NJIA YA MAENDELEO » appuyé par le FCS constitue une phase de transition qui doit 1°) Consolider des acquis de la première phas**e**, II°) Compléter les actions pertinentes non prise en compte dans la première phase notamment le renforcement de capacité des ETDs, l’encadrement de la jeunesse en vue d’accroitre leur engagement dans le processus de consolidation de la paix de la zone et approfondissement des analyses sur les questions de l’exploitation illégale de ressources naturelle et l’aproblématique de groupe armé ; 3°) Mettre en œuvre la stratégie efficace de mobilisation des ressources suffisantes pour la troisième phase: pour permettre à la société et l’Etat de jouir complétement et durablement des conditions propices à une véritable gouvernance et au développement à long terme.

    Le présent projet a pour objectif global de consolider les acquis du projet pilote Amani ni njiya ya maendelao de créer les conditions favorable pour le développement durable. De manière spécifique, il poursuit les 6 objectifs ci-dessous répartis dans 4 piliers, à savoir:

    a. Pilier Dialogue Démocratique

    Objectif spécifique 1: Cohabitation pacifique et collaboration renforcées au sein de la RFO :

    § Résultat 1.1 : Gestion des ressources natures (Zone agricole, animales, ressources piscicoles et bois) est améliorée,

    § Résultat 1.2 : Fonctionnement du comité de coordination du site est renforcé ;

    Objectif spécifique 2 : Soutien maintenu du processus de stabilisation dans l'axe du projet par les parties prenantes ;

    § Résultat 2.1: Des réponses aux enjeux identifiés dans le dialogue sont apportées par les parties prenantes,

    § Résultat 2.2: Les structures de dialogue renforcées sur le processus de stabilisation ;

    b. Pilier Restauration de l’Autorité de l’Etat :

    Objectif spécifique 3: Gouvernance foncière renforcée ;

    § Résultat 3.1 : Accessibilité et sécurisation des terres est assurée ;

    Objectif spécifique 4 Gouvernance locale améliorée.

    § Résultat 4.1 : les réponses aux enjeux de gouvernance sont identifiées et apportées par le comité de sécurité élargi,

    § Résultat 4.2 : La confiance entre la population et les services étatiques est améliorée ;

    c. Pilier RRR

    Objectif spécifique 5 : Cohésion sociale et résilience communautaire est améliorée ;

    § Résultat 5.1: Plan Locaux de Paix et de Développement sont mis en œuvre pour la transformation des conflits ;

    § Résultat 5.2: Engagement maintenu des bénéficiaires actifs aux activités de la phase 1 pour la pérennisation ;

    § Résultat 5.3: Les gains/avantages des initiatives économique de la phase 1 sont assurés ;

    d. Pilier SGBV

    Objectif spécifique 6 : Niveau de violences sexuelles et VBG réduit

    § Résultat 6.1 : accès à la justice des victimes de Violence sexuelle et VBG est assuré,

    § Résultat 6.2 : Prévalence réduite des normes sociales nocives qui contribuent aux violences basées sur le genre.

    Du fait que ce projet soit une consolidation des acquis antérieurs et ait plus de piliers et résultats que la phase pilote, le cadre logique a été enrichi des nouveaux indicateurs. Ces indicateurs sont liés soit directement au projet ; soit à la stratégie révisée ISSSS/STAREC. (Voir annexe) et pour lesquels un plan de suivi de performance approprié est indispensable.


    L’objectif global de cette étude est d’établir une situation de référence détaillée en proposant des valeurs de base afin que chaque indicateur de résultats ait une valeur correspondant au cadre de résultat du projet (en annexe) sous la responsabilité des partenaires de mise en œuvre.

    Cette situation de référence permettra d’établir le point de départ des différents indicateurs (situation avant) afin d’être utilisé pour la comparer avec la situation après la mise en œuvre du projet (situation après). Cela permettra d’apprécier la contribution de chaque composante à l’atteinte des objectifs du projet.

    Par ailleurs, la consultation permettra, à partir de la situation de référence, de réviser au besoin le cadre des résultats du projet et de mettre en place un système de suivi-évaluation.

    A ce titre, le consultant proposera des amendements, s’il y a lieu, au cadre des résultats, et au cadre de suivi-évaluation du projet (en clarifiant les sources, les rôles et responsabilités, les données à renseigner, le coût pour le faire, et la périodicité de collecte).


    Le consultant ou cabinet chargé de l’étude proposera ses propres méthodes et techniques pour répondre à l’objectif de l’étude.

    Il devra néanmoins prévoir une collecte de données qualitatives à travers l’organisation de focus groups et d’entrevues semi dirigées avec les élus et les représentants de la société civile ainsi que des entretiens avec des personnes ressources sur les questions de la stabilisation, la cohésion sociale, le dialogue démocratique, la sécurité des droits fonciers (formel ou informel, collectifs ou individuels), les causes profondes des conflits dont les fonciers, les besoins d'accès à la terres en faveur des vulnérables (femmes, personnes déplacées, les rapatriés), le rôle de l’administration foncière, etc.

    Toutefois, si possible, les données quantitatives et qualitatives devront être collectées au même moment dans la zone du projet (Cfr. La zone du projet en annexe), afin que les enquêteurs aient la possibilité de confronter directement les résultats et au besoin d’ajuster les questions au niveau des groupes de discussions (si des renseignements plus approfondis sont nécessaires sur certains sujets).

    La préparation de l’étude devra intégrer des entretiens avec toutes les parties prenantes du projet afin d’assurer la prise en compte de tous leurs besoins d’information par l’étude de référence.

    L’étude sera réalisée sous la supervision de l’équipe Suivi-Evaluation d’ONU-Habitat avec l’appui du Comité Technique de suivi.

    Des entretiens devront être menés également avec les acteurs concernés au niveau de l’Ituri en tenant compte de leur sphère de partenariat institutionnelle les communautés villageoises ainsi que les autorités locales.


    1-. Un rapport initial (maximum 15 pages) décrivant toutes les propositions de révisions du programme d'approche / méthodologie, de la méthodologie d'échantillonnage et de l'exécution / calendrier. Ce rapport doit être soumis pour examen et approbation par ONU-Habitat avant le début des travaux (7) jours après la signature du contrat.

    2-. Les outils de collecte de données révisés qui doivent être soumis dans les 3 jours après l'acceptation de la méthodologie pour examen et approbation par l'ONU-Habitat.

    3-. Le rapport intérimaire de l’étude doit être présenté dans un délai de 7 jours après la fin des travaux sur le terrain ; lequel sera accompagné de l'ensemble de données quantitatives et qualitatives recueillies, traitées et validées, en fonction des outils de collecte approuvés ;

    4-. La présentation des conclusions clés sera faite devant tous les partenaires de mise en œuvre et le secrétariat technique (Starec et UAS) à Bunia, 3 jours après la soumission du rapport intérimaire,

    5-. Le rapport final de l’étude de référence sera rendu dans les 7 jours après la réception des observations et/ou remarques de l’ONU-Habitat et de partenaires de mise en œuvre, ainsi que du secrétariat technique de fonds de cohérence pour la stabilisation.

    Le rapport final doit être présenté sous forme numérique (en Word) et imprimé (document papier accompagné des annexes, dans un document à part). Le rapport sera rendu en 5 exemplaires et présenté à l’Unité de Suivi Evaluation d’ONU Habitat et du Secrétariat Technique du FCS dans un délai prévu par la consultation.


    Pendant 45 jours calendaires maxima, mais le consultant proposera une durée dans son offre technique. Cette durée sera validée par l’équipe d’ONU-Habitat.


    Le rapport de l’étude de référence inclura les éléments suivants (Max. 30 pages. Annexes non compris. Times New Roman ou Arial. 12).

    (a). Titre et couverture de page

    (b). Table des matières

    (c). Liste des sigles, des abréviations et acronymes

    (d). Résumé exécutif

    Il devrait reprendre le résume de principales conclusions de l'étude avec des recommandations pertinentes (2 pages maximum)

    (e). Chapitre 1: Introduction

    Présenter la justification de l'étude, y compris le mandat, le but et les objectifs, Définir les principaux enjeux de l'étude ; décrire la méthodologie à utiliser.

    (f). Chapitre 2: Alignement et Justification de la méthodologie

    Une justification des méthodes et des techniques utilisées, y compris leur alignement aux cadres logiques du projet (y compris les risques et les hypothèses) et de la stratégie révisée de l’ISSSS/Starec, avec une justification du critérium de la sélection des sites et des personnes, etc.

    (g). Chapitre 3: Résultats et analyse

    Une présentation des résultats et l'analyse de celle-ci (y compris imprévus, les conclusions pertinentes). Toutes les questions de recherche doivent être adressées, en accordant une attention aux femmes et aux jeunes.

    (h). Chapitre 4: Conclusions et recommandations

    Les conclusions devront provenir des résultats et de l'analyse de ceux-ci.

    Les recommandations doivent être clairement liées aux conclusions, mais présentées séparément. Les recommandations devraient être pratiques en fonction de la faisabilité des indicateurs et de l’analyse des risques et hypothèses.

    Chapitre 5: Annexes


    Education /compétences :

    · Etre titulaire d’un diplôme universitaire de licence ou maitrise en sociologie (du développement), sciences sociales, ou dans tout autre domaine pertinent ;

    · Avoir des compétences avérées dans le domaine de l’évaluation / réalisation d’étude de base en zone post-conflit, principalement en zone rurale et dans la mise en place de système de suivi-évaluation ;

    · Avoir des compétences dans le domaine de la réalisation d’études socioéconomiques.

    · Une bonne connaissance de la transformation des conflits, des mécanismes de stabilisation, du foncier sera un atout.


    · Justifier d’au moins 5 ans d’expérience dans le domaine de l’élaboration d’études de base et analyse sectorielle de projets dans des pays post-conflit et en développement.

    · Justifier d’au moins 5 ans d’expérience dans la mise en place d’un système de Suivi et Evaluation

    Autres compétences

    · Maîtrise indispensable de la langue française tant à l’écrit qu’à l’oral ;

    · Connaissance souhaitée du système des Nations Unies ;

    · Très bonne maitrise de l’outil informatique ;

    · Très bonne connaissance du contexte et des enjeux locaux (sécuritaire, économique, social, politique…)

    · Familiarité avec les problématiques foncières avec ses corolaires

    · Bonne connaissance de la zone du projet

    · Une prestation dans les exercices et contextes similaires seraient un atout.


    Cette évaluation sera conduite en conformité avec les principes énoncés dans le Guide pour l’éthique de l’évaluation du Groupe des Nations Unies pour l’évaluation[1] et le code de conduite d'UNEG pour l'évaluation dans le système des Nations Unies[2].


    L’évaluation des offres se déroule en deux temps : une évaluation des propositions techniques qui sera suivie de l’ouverture et la comparaison des propositions financières.

    Le marché sera attribué au Consultant /cabinet ayant présenté le meilleur score combiné (rapport qualité/prix, évaluation cumulative).

    a. La proposition technique

    L’offre technique devra présenter la compréhension du consultant / cabinet du mandat et des attentes du projet, la méthodologie proposée, un calendrier indicatif des activités,

    La proposition technique doit être présentée de manière concise et structurée dans l'ordre suivant de façon à inclure, de manière limitative, les informations suivantes :

    · Le CV détaillé en faisant clairement ressortir les mandats réalisés en lien avec la consultation ainsi que les copies des attestations issues des prestations similaires.

    · La compréhension des besoins et des services attendus à travers l’interprétation des termes de référence.

    · L’approche et les méthodes suggérées pour traiter les différentes parties exigées par les termes de référence, y compris une liste détaillée des données et informations à collecter et des méthodes de collecte proposées ainsi que des structures, institutions et personnes ressources à contacter; ainsi qu’un plan de travail provisoire avec produits à délivrer avec les échéances correspondantes.

    La proposition technique sera évaluée sur son degré de réponse par rapport aux termes de référence et sur la base des critères suivants :



    Le/la soumissionnaire a-t-il/elle le profil requis pour réaliser la mission ?


    Le/la soumissionnaire a-t-il/elle explicité de façon claire et précise l’objectif de la mission ?


    La méthodologie et les outils proposés sont-ils appropriés aux produits décrits/attendus dans les TDR ?


    La méthodologie et le chronogramme proposés sont-ils cohérents et réalistes pour garantir la réalisation effective des produits attendus de la mission ?


    Total note technique


    Seront jugées qualifiées, les propositions techniques qui obtiendront 70% de la note maximale de 100 points ; cette note technique sera pondérée à 70%.

    b. Proposition financière

    Dans une deuxième étape du processus d’évaluation, les enveloppes financières seront ouvertes et les offres financières comparées ; une note financière sera calculée pour chaque proposition sur la base de la formule :

    Note financière A = [(Offre financière la moins disante)/Offre financière de A] x 30

    Le consultant / cabinet avec le cumul de notes (Technique pondérée + Financière) le plus élevé sera retenu pour le contrat.

    N.B. : Les consultants sont tenus de se renseigner sur les Conditions Générales des Contrats Individuels (annexe 1).

    How to apply:


    Les dossiers des candidatures (structures ou personnes indépendantes) doivent être envoyés par email, au plus tard le 12/07/2017, à l’adresse suivante :

    Avec copies à :

    Les dossiers devront être constitués des éléments suivants :

    • Un CV détaillé de la personne devant conduire l’étude de référence ;

    • Une proposition technique décrivant leur méthodologie pour conduire l’étude de référence ainsi qu’un chronogramme détaillé ;

    • Une proposition financière détaillée et motivée expliquant les différents couts


    Les rôles et responsabilités clés dans les processus d’évaluation sont répartis comme suit :

    1-. Le Consultant: produire et soumettre le rapport initial de l’étude, conduire l’étude, soumettre le projet de rapport, la présentation Power Point et le rapport final conformément aux termes de référence et dans le temps requis.

    2-. Equipe de suivi de l’évaluation d’ONU-Habitat : préparer les Termes de références, Appuyer pédagogiquement l’étude, recevoir et discuter avec le consultant du rapport initial, du rapport intérimaire et du rapport final.

    3-. Equipe de coordination du Projet : appuyer l’unité de suivi et évaluation d’Onu-Habitat dans la préparation, l’appui pédagogique, l’analyse des rapports ;

    4-. UAS et Comité Technique de suivi : enrichir les TdRs, apporter des observations aux Rapports initial, intérimaire et final. Valider l’étude.

    III. ANNEXES (les copies en dure sont disponibles au bureau de UNHABITAT le plus proche)

    Annexe 1 :

    Conditions générales des Contrats Individuels

    Annexe 2 :

    Tableau des Coûts

    Annexe 3 :

    P11 (SC & IC)

    Annexe 4 :

    Cadre logique du projet

    Annexe 5 :

    Liste des sites d’intervention du projet (cartographie)

  • United States of America: Consultancy: Content development for UNICEF Data – Adolescents & Child marriage - D & A, DRP - NYHQ, Requisition# 505615

    Organization: UN Children's Fund
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 12 Jul 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 & Rationale

    UNICEF is the lead agency in monitoring the wellbeing of children, with a mandate to support countries in collecting reliable data on children, as well as to track progress against internationally agreed targets including the Sustainable Development Goals. In support of this work, the UNICEF Data & Analytics Section maintains global databases on child wellbeing and makes these publicly available as a global public good.

    UNICEF Data ( serves a repository of data on children, covering topics ranging from health to education to child protection. The website is home to topical pages on over 30 issues affecting children which fall within UNICEF’s mandate. This serves as the public face of UNICEF’s work on data for children.

    For each topic, the site includes a page featuring narrative and charts describing the global situation of children and illustrating trends and key disparities. Key resources are available to access and/or download, including: the UNICEF global databases covering hundreds of indicators and nearly 200 countries; data-driven publications, brochures and statistical snapshots; journal articles and reports on methodological developments; and interactive web-based data visualization dashboards.


    Presently, there is a need to further develop content for public-facing products like UNICEF Data, particularly in the area of adolescent wellbeing, to strengthen the visibility of existing data work across this phase of childhood, and in the area of child marriage, to update and expand the publicly available resources.

    For the adolescent content, the task will be to review the structure of the hub of adolescent pages on UNICEF Data and suggest revisions for cohesiveness and clarity. Then in collaboration with sector focal points, to produce narrative and charts on selected sub-topics within adolescent wellbeing, in order to more comprehensively feature the available data and resources.

    For the page on child marriage, the task is primarily to update the existing information and expand the scope of data featured on the site to more closely align with the full availability of data in the global database. In addition to expanding the scope of the content, we will simultaneously be improving the quality of the data visualizations. The purpose of this consultancy will be to, with the team in Data & Analytics, conceptualize what content should be featured, write the narrative, and work with the data visualization team to produce charts, tables and maps. (Note: The technical work of producing interactive data visualizations compatible with the website’s content management system is not included in the scope of this consultancy.)

    This consultancy will also include an allocation of days to work on miscellaneous tasks as time allows – for example, if there is some waiting period for focal points to respond or for the data visualization work to be complete. This may include adapting content produced for UNICEF Data to be used in other dissemination materials including brochures and reports.

    Expected results

  • Review the structure of the adolescent pages on UNICEF Data and propose revisions as needed;
  • For selected topics, produce an outline of content for the sub-page, including a storyline, featured indicators, and proposed visualizations;
  • For selected topics, write a narrative and prepare draft charts for the data visualization team to create;
  • Produce an outline of content for the child marriage webpage, including a storyline, featured indicators, and proposed visualizations;
  • Write the narrative and prepare draft charts for the data visualization team to create;
  • Review and finalize the webpage on child marriage;
  • Miscellaneous tasks as time allows, including: adapting content produced for UNICEF Data to be featured in other dissemination materials including brochures and reports.
  • Duty Station

    Consultant can work remotely or from UNICEF NYHQ, depending on consultant’s location and preference.


    No travel is required.


    Start date: 24 July 2017

    End date: 29 September 2017



    Propose revisions to adolescent page structure, and for selected topics produce an outline of content for sub-pages

    August 4

    For selected topics, complete narrative and draft charts

    August 18

    Child marriage webpage outline completed

    August 25

    Narrative completed and draft charts submitted

    September 15

    Revisions incorporated and finalized for adolescent and child marriage content

    September 29

    Miscellaneous tasks completed

    September 29


    UNICEF will retain all copyrights of any materials produced by the consultant under this contract.


    Payments will be made upon the satisfactory and timely submission and approval of the deliverables and not actual number of days worked.

    Key competences, technical background, and experience required

  • Education: University Master’s Degree or higher in demography, social sciences, statistics or related field.
  • Minimum of five years of progressively responsible professional work experience in monitoring and data analysis, particularly with experience on child protection and/or adolescent wellbeing.
  • Proven experience in data analysis and report writing to disseminate key data and findings to non-technical audiences, particularly related to child protection and adolescent wellbeing.
  • Previous experience in working with data from household surveys is desirable.
  • Excellent project management, time management and communication skills.
  • Familiarity with UNICEF mandate and the Sustainable Development Goals preferred.
  • Fluency in oral and written communication in English.
  • To view our competency framework, please click here.

    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

  • United States of America: Consultancy: Resource Mobilization and Partnership Specialist - CPS, PD - NYHQ, Requisition# 505619

    Organization: UN Children's Fund
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 13 Jul 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 & Rationale

    UNICEF’s work on child marriage is a corporate priority and embedded in UNICEF’s Strategic Plan (2014-2017). This corporate commitment provides a favorable institutional environment for expanding work on ending child marriage through the ‘UNFPA-UNICEF Global Programme to Accelerate Action to End Child Marriage’ (GP). The GP covers 12 countries and is being delivered jointly through UNFPA and UNICEF from 2016-2019. The endorsement of the Gender Action Plan (2014-2017), by the UNICEF Executive Board, has further reinforced the inextricable linkage between child marriage and gender inequality. Child Marriage is one of the four pillars of the Gender Action Plan and aligns with global priorities. It is also a global target (target 5.3) in the Sustainable Development Goals. While included within the mandate of the child protection and gender sections, UNICEF recognizes the need for collaborating with other sections to achieve results, such as Education, C4D, Health, HIV and Social Protection, all within the framework of Headquarters, Regional and Country offices and partners.


    The UNFPA-UNICEF Global Programme to Accelerate Action to End Child Marriage- under the administration of UNICEF Child Protection section- is seeking a Resource Mobilization Specialist consultant that can provide support in the development of a resource mobilization strategy and action plan for the UNFPA-UNICEF Global Programme to Accelerate Action to End Child Marriage.

    The Resource Mobilization Specialist will conduct an analysis of the global donor environment; past funding trends and opportunities and challenges related to the mobilization of resources for the UNFPA-UNICEF Global Programme to Accelerate Action to End Child Marriage. This analysis will provide the basis for a resource mobilization strategy, which represents a consensus on priorities for financial partner engagement (for the current and next phase of the Global Programme), including new emerging funding opportunities as well as innovative funding ideas and strategies, particularly as the funding from several donors to the Global Programme is coming to an end. In addition, the Resource Mobilization Specialist will work on developing an action plan, providing a list of opportunities and contacts for donor engagement and deliverables required to seize them properly. The consultant will lead the process of strategy and action plan development. The key objectives of the consultancy are as follow:

  • Generate a mapping analysis of the global donor environment including past and current funding trends and prospects relevant to child marriage;
  • Finalize a resource mobilization strategy and action plan;
  • Develop advocacy tools and products for resource mobilization.
  • The Resource Mobilization Specialist will ensure that Senior Management has the advocacy tools and products necessary to effectively present the Global Programme to international development partners (including Natcoms), to attract and secure additional resources, and to carry out the mobilization of additional funds. As part of the Resource Mobilization Strategy, the Resource Mobilization Specialist will develop a series of donor profiles (for the top 10 donors) which present specific opportunities of funding in the global landscape for addressing child marriage. The resource Mobilization Specialist will work with the Communication Specialist to develop the fundraising and communication tools.

    Expected results: (measurable results)

    Under the supervision of the Coordinator UNFPA-UNICEF Global Programme to Accelerate Action to End Child Marriage, the consultant will:

  • Identify prospective donor/development/ private partners interested in engagement and resource mobilization for the UNFPA-UNICEF Global Programme to Accelerate Action to End Child Marriage;
  • Develop a series of Donor Profiles (for the top 10 donors) that include presentation of specific opportunities in the global landscape for work on child marriage prevention and response;
  • Develop a Resource Mobilization Strategy for the UNFPA-UNICEF Global Programme to Accelerate Action to End Child Marriage;
  • Develop a Resource Mobilization action plan that articulates steps, key tasks, milestones and opportunities for implementing the strategy;
  • Produce Senior Management tailored high-quality advocacy tools and products for resource mobilization, at minimum user-friendly briefs, power-point presentation and links to resources (see specific details under deliverables below).
  • Duty Station

    The consultancy is based in UNICEF HQ in New York.


    Start date: July 24th, 2017

    End date: September 29th, 2017



    (Estimated # of Days)


    Shortlisted Donor Profile Outline

  • A series of shortlisted prospective donor profiles for the top 10 Public and Private Sector Donors that includes not only generic information on ODA (official development assistance) but that records specific partnerships on programme addressing child marriage and harmful practices; and articulates past and current trends on funding interest areas; partnership experience with the UN; scale of funding, prerequisites, contacts etc. Donor profiles brief will be in user-friendly format (max 2 pages).
  • 12 days

    August 11th, 2017

    Resource Mobilization Strategy and Action Plan :

  • Resource mobilization strategy; review and strengthen the draft strategy with updates of information from the shortlisted donors profiles. The strategy should include:
  • A background analysis of the donor environment globally;
  • A set of key recommendations for improving public and private-sector partner relations and achieve fundraising success.
  • Resource Mobilization Action Plan articulating steps, key tasks, milestones and opportunities for mobilizing resources (focal-points and deadlines for products/ tools, proposals and dates for donor visits, meetings and engagements, etc.).
  • 20 days

    September 11th, 2017

    Resources Mobilization products/ tools:

  • A generic power-point/ presentation (max. 10 slides) for use by Senior Management in donor engagement meetings, to pitch the Global Programme.
  • Links to resources on shortlisted donors (linked to top-ten donors).
  • 8 days

    September 29nd, 2017



    Key competences, technical background, and experience required Deadline

  • Advanced university degree in economics, business, finance, social sciences or any other equivalent field;
  • Minimum of 7 years working experience in the development sector with diverse donors, not limited to bi-laterals and private sector;
  • Proven track record of delivering high quality financial and fundraising analysis and strategy development; fundraising and public-private sector partnerships;
  • Experience working with UNICEF and/or the United Nations system and/or international donors/agencies, and/or familiarity with the child rights and 2030 Development Agendas;
  • Proven management capacity and ability to prepare detailed proposals, reports and budgets;
  • Familiarity with UNICEF structure, processes considered an asset;
  • Fluency in English is required and strong oral and written communications skills.
  • Proof of valid health insurance and a certificate of good health will be required of the selected candidate.

    To view our competency framework, please click here.

    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

  • Iraq: Emergency Education Specialist-P3-Iraq

    Organization: CANADEM
    Country: Iraq
    Closing date: 03 Jul 2017

    CANADEM is seeking seasoned professionals with previous relevant experience in the field of Emergency Education who are available for an immediate deployment to Iraq as a seconded expert with UNICEF.

    Position Title: Emergency Education Specialist
    Duty Station: Erbil, Iraq (with frequent travel)
    Level: P3
    Duration: 3 months

    Cumulatively, since the Mosul operation began on 16 October 2016, over 790,000 people have been displaced from Mosul city. Since the start of the western Mosul military operation on 19 February 2017 A total of 614,524 people have fled western Mosul city as of 1 June. Also over 177,000 people have returned to both eastern and western Mosul as of 30 May. Over 50% of the displaced population are children under the age of 18 years and about 35% of total population are school age children. For IDPs in camps, 54% of the total population are children.

    The current crisis in Iraq has affected over 3.7 million school-age children in Iraq, denying their right to a quality education. This includes over 1.4 million children displaced and 1.6 million children in host communities affected by the influx of displaced people and conflict. It also includes 455,000 children who have recently returned to their homes after displacement or in areas that have newly come under Government control and a further 597,200 children in areas not under Government control. All children have witnessed violence and suffered disruption to their lives and their learning, which requires psychosocial support and specialized care. With these increasing needs, surge support to strengthen Education response capacity is critical to ensure a timely, effective education response to the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Iraq.

    Ninewa governorate has 950,000 school aged children who have had their learning disrupted over the last 2 years, having either been exposed to ISIL curriculum or been forced to stay at home and miss out on learning. Among people recently displaced by the Mosul emergency, over 130,000 are school age children (35% of the population coming from Mosul city). Of these displaced children, 70,000 are currently not accessing any form of education. These numbers are proliferating as the displacements continue with the sustained offensive in Western Mosul. Cumulatively, 60,045 camp-based displaced Mosul children (30,812 boys and 29,233 girls) are participating in education programs in Temporary Learning Spaces (TLS) in the Mosul camps, including Hamman Al Aliel, Khazer, Hassan Sham, Jeddah, Qayyarah, Haj Ali, Chamakor and Salamiya camps. These camps are accessible from Erbil and UNICEF Erbil Field Office and Education Cluster partners are working hard to ensure access to education for those out of children in and out of camps.

    Furthermore, 394,000 crisis-affected school aged children in Erbil Governorate, including IDP, refugee and vulnerable host community continue to require the support of humanitarian aid agencies including UNICEF as KRG government struggles with the economic and financial crisis and its’ ability to provide education to IDPs, refugees and vulnerable host communities falters.

    Kirkuk governorate continues to suffer from displacements from ISIL-controlled Hawija district, with more camps opening and the DoE Kirkuk unable to cope with the over-crowding of schools. Currently there are over 600,000 crisis-affected children in Kirkuk governorate alone. This number is likely to increase as the military operation to retake Hawijah intensifies. UNICEF and Education cluster partners are concern of the Kirkuk’s governorate’s capacity and willingness to address the education needs of children affected by the current crises both those who in the camps and those who are living with the host communities.

    EiE problems affecting Erbil, Kirkuk and Ninewa include lack of textbooks, lack of trained teachers, poor summarization response for rising temperatures in the tented schools, influx of displacement in and out of the Mosul camps, making it hard to track teachers and students.

    The purpose of this post is to strengthen education response capacity for Erbil Field Office, particularly in the face of the ongoing displacement from Mosul offensive.

    The the direct supervision of the Education Specialist for Erbil Field Office and overall guidance of the CFO, the post holder has a responsibility for the following:

    • Technically supporting and reinforcing the education response across IDPs in Nenawa, Erbil and Kirkuk where the needs are high as a result of large scale displacements and returns.
    • Ensuring effective communication and reporting from partners (inc. DoEs Ninewa, Kirkuk and Erbil; representatives of the MoE Federal in Erbil, and INGO/NNGO partners) to the Education Section.
    • Support Education partners and define priorities and response gaps in IDPs and retaken areas in Nenawa governorate that are accessible or under the Erbil Field Office.
    • Using Kobo technology to rapdily assess the education needs in newly retaken areas (including urban Hammam Al Aliel, Nimrod, Gayara and Hamdaniyah areas), to inform an evidence-led education response.
    • Following these rapid assessments, refer any UXO concerns to the Education Cluster / UNMAS for immediate explosive hazard removals.
    • Close follow up of UNICEF implementing partners working on Mosul emergency education response to ensure a quality response in the camps and off-camp settings.
    • Ensure partners are implementing summerisation in the UNICEF-supported tented formal schools and NGO-run TLS.
    • Coorindate with Directorates of Education (DoE) and MoE Federal to ensure the timely provision of sufficient number of textbooks to camp schools.
    • Forge new partnership with NGO partners willing to cover the gaps in the emergency education response.
    • Provide technical support to Duhok education team from time to time as may be requested by the Duhok FO.

    Key required technical and core competencies

    • Technically competent in Education in Emergencies;
    • Experience of working in complex settings, including negotiations with camp management and local authorities;
    • Demonstrate personal and professional integrity in all interactions;
    • Be able to work with diverse stakeholders to develop consensus;
    • Know how to present ideas effectively and clearly while listening and acknowledging others’ perspectives and views;
    • Demonstrate an understanding of the international humanitarian response and coordination mechanisms, and humanitarian reform;
    • Have an understanding of humanitarian funding mechanisms and response processes;
    • Have an understanding of humanitarian principles and how to apply these;
    • Able to clarify complex strategies for operational implementation;
    • Communicates, works and networks effectively;
    • Demonstrates leadership where required;
    • Builds and motivates the cluster coordination team at sub-national level.

    The post holder will be fluent in English. Knowledge of Arabic is an advantage.



    • University degree, preferably at an advanced level, in a subject area relevant to the Education Cluster
    • Extensive work experience relevant to this post may be considered as a replacement for formal qualifications.
    • Formal training in cluster coordination an advantage

    At least 5 years progressively responsible humanitarian work experience with UN and/or NGO, including coordination of an Education in Emergencies or similar response.

    How to apply:

    If you have all of the above-mentioned skills, please register with CANADEM before contacting us. This can be done on our website at . Then send an email no later than the 3rd of July, 11:59 pm EDT to with a Subject Line: "UNICEF-Education in Emergencies-Iraq". In your email, please include an updated resume, date of availability, your current location, and a phone number where we can reach you.

  • Madagascar: Juriste sénior spécialisé en droit électoral, Madagascar (LOT7 mission à court terme)

    Organization: Bureau for Institutional Reform and Democracy
    Country: Madagascar
    Closing date: 02 Jul 2017

    Reference: Assistance technique ciblée sur la réforme du cadre légal électoral à Madagascar (LOT7 mission à court terme)

    Location : Madagascar

    Duration: 120 jours ouvrables

    BiRD recherche un expert (catégorie I): juriste sénior spécialisé en droit électoral pour le Projet Assistance technique ciblée sur la réforme du cadre légal électoral à Madagascar ”** (financement UE).

    L’objectif général consiste à renforcer les capacités des autorités nationales malgaches pour la réforme du cadre légale en vue des élections prévues en 2018 en conformités aux normes et principes internationaux.

    L'objectif de la présente mission est de fournir une expertise technique juridique de haut niveau aux autorités pour l’élaboration des avant-projets de textes législatifs et règlementaires relatifs à la révision du cadre légal électoral.

    Ce soutien s’inscrirait pleinement dans l’accompagnement des travaux du Comité interministériel chargé de la révision de l’encadrement juridique du processus électoral malgache. En effet, le décret n°2017- 201 portant création du Comité prévoit en son article 2 que le comité a pour missions principales d’oeuvrer à l’amélioration de l’encadrement juridique du processus électoral malgache, et, d’élaborer à cet effet, les des avant-projets de textes législatifs et règlementaires relatifs y afférents.

    Un expert (catégorie I): juriste sénior spécialisé en droit électoral

    · L'expert(e) devra justifier d’un diplôme au moins de niveau bac+5 en droit, le doctorat sera un atout.

    · Il/elle devra posséder au moins 15 ans d'expérience ou équivalent en matière juridique dans le cadre de processus de démocratisation et de bonne gouvernance, dont au moins 5 ans en matière de révision de cadres juridiques électoraux, voire constitutionnels.

    · L'expert(e) devra avoir une bonne connaissance du paysage, du contexte juridique et constitutionnel malgache, des acteurs et des dynamiques politiques malgaches ; et de l’expérience en accompagnement de processus électoraux.

    · L’expert pourra en outre démontrer une expérience auprès d’organisation internationales et/ou des institutions européennes.

    · La maîtrise parfaite du français parlé et écrit, la maitrise de la langue malgache est un plus.

    L’expert sera basé à Antananarivo et rédigera le rapport final au lieu de résidence.

    Il est prévu la mise à disposition de l’expertise en missions perlées, entre juillet 2017 et fin Janvier 2018 qui sera répartie en 3 missions de terrain sur l’ensemble de la période en tenant compte du calendrier électorale et des besoins du Comité Interministériel, en consultation avec la Délégation de l’UE à Antananarivo. La première mission devra débuter en Juillet 2017. Au total, un expert de la catégorie I interviendra à Madagascar et au lieu de résidence pour un total de 120 jours ouvrables sur une période de sept mois plein consécutifs.

    How to apply:

    Les experts assument leurs responsabilités en toute indépendance et ne doivent pas avoir de conflit d'intérêt.

    Les candidatures et CVs seront acceptées d'une manière consécutive jusqu'au 2 juillet à :

    Veuillez noter que seuls les candidats excellents seront contactés.

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    Organization: Street Child
    Country: Spain
    Closing date: 30 Sep 2017

    **Sobre nosotros:
    Street Child España es una organización benéfica enfocada en los niños, centrada en proporcionar educación de calidad y sostenible para los niños en Sierra Leona, Liberia, Nepal y recientemente Nigeria. Junto con Street Child UK y otros nuestros demás socios, hemos apoyado a más de 50,000 niños en los últimos cinco años para acceder a la educación.

    En Street Child, estamos muy orgullosos de nuestro enfoque basado en el voluntariado, manteniendo los gastos generales bajos para que el mayor financiamiento posible pueda ir a nuestros proyectos en África del oeste. Somos muy afortunados de tener voluntarios fantásticos y comprometidos con nuestra causa. Nuestra visión para Street Child España es muy ambiciosa y ¡tenemos mucho más por hacer! Por esta razón, nos encantaría tener más gente a bordo. Estamos buscando un voluntario para contabilidad con sede en Barcelona. Estamos buscando personas motivadas que pudieran comprometerse a un mínimo de 3 horas al mes para los próximos 6 meses o más.

    Descripción del Cargo:

    Serás parte de un pequeño equipo de voluntarios liderados por el coordinador voluntario. Podrás manejar por ti mismo el tiempo que le darás a Street Child, pero estamos buscando un voluntario serio y profesional. Street Child España se encuentra en proceso de inscripción como fundación y el equipo de Barcelona necesita orientación en este proceso respecto a todo lo que concierne a los impuestos. Por lo tanto, principalmente te pediremos consejos sobre este tema, pero si estás dispuesto a dedicar más tiempo a Street Child, hay muchas maneras en que puedes ayudar. Street Child es un tipo de organización muy inclusiva y te invitarán a muchos eventos organizados en Barcelona por el equipo, tu presencia será apreciada pero no requerida.


    - Conocimiento profundo del sistema tributario español, especialmente en el caso de fundaciones.

    - Capacidad para funcionar eficazmente en un ambiente de participación activa.

    - Profesional y comprometido
    Conocimientos de inglés no es requerido, pero es un plus.

    How to apply:

    Para aplicar, o enviar cualquier pregunta, escribe un correo electrónico a:

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  • Afghanistan: Programme Support Officer - Afghanistan

    Organization: Concern Worldwide
    Country: Afghanistan
    Closing date: 05 Jul 2017

    Programme Support Officer - Afghanistan

    About the role: This is a 12 month replacement role with unaccompanied terms based in Taloqan, Takhar province with a volunteer living allowance between €10,034 (step 1) and €20,904 (step 2).

    You will report to the Programme Director and work closely with the programme team

    We would like you to start on 1st September 2017 as the current post holder leaves at the end of August.

    Your purpose:

    To enhance programme quality by contributing to the development of proposals, programmes and reports to the highest standards and to ensure that Concern’s work is well documented and communicated internally and externally. To assist in the development of monitoring and evaluation systems for each programme, including tools, proper reflection of the results and impact of the programme in the reports.

    You will be responsible for: Assisting programme teams in the production of high quality proposals to donors and reports in line and compatible with the donor formats as needed •Assisting in developing programme strategies in line with the Afghanistan Country Strategic Plan and How Concern Understands Extreme Poverty (HCUEP) •Preparing and updating as required, reporting schedules in coordination with the Programme Director, Programme Managers and Programme Coordinators, to ensure that reporting requirements are met in a timely manner •Producing high-quality narrative donor reports in collaboration with Programme Managers and Provincial Coordinators •Working with the programme staff, Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Managers and Translators to produce good quality “in-house” case studies that demonstrate best practice in areas of Concern’s work and also address problems/constraints and critical issues. Ensuring that the learning from these case studies is brought to bear in programme reviews, programming and strategic planning •Supporting the development of processes and initiatives that contribute to a learning culture within Concern that ensures our work is informed by experience, lessons learned and best practice, •Assisting the Programme and Systems Staff to conduct/organise appropriate trainings for staff in Project Cycle Management, conducting needs assessments, developing Logical Frameworks and proposal writing. •Providing trainings on report writing and case studies include photo documentation. •Being responsible for information management, putting a system in place for storing of both hard and electronic copies of all documents.

    Monitoring and Evaluation: •Support the M&E coordinator and the M&E teams in roll-out of the M&E plan and activities, support M&E staff in developing programme dashboards and report writing. •Assist in surveys, studies and research conducted by the programmes •Ensure learning documentation is shared with relevant staff

    General: •Support emergency responses when required including assessments, planning and reporting •Represent Concern at relevant coordination meetings at local and national level as required •Collaborate on advocacy work through inputting sound, reliable and evidence-based research •Provide all necessary documentation support to the CMT including visibility material and programme brochures which promote Concern’s work •Contribute to development, review, and revisions of institutional and country programme strategies and policies, and assist CMT with research related to relevant UN and government strategy plans and progress reports, as requested and agreed •Any other tasks mutually agreed with the Programmes Director and /or the CD.Your skills and experience will include:

    Essential: •Relevant Masters Level Degree in Humanitarian Assistance, Development Management, Public Policy or other relevant discipline •Previous experience overseas with an international NGO •Excellent English writing and communication skills with substantial previous experience of research, documentation and/or report writing •Good knowledge of Programme Cycle Management, logical frameworks and proposal development •Good knowledge of donors (e.g. ECHO, EU, UN, Irish Aid, DfID, DEC) •Understanding or knowledge of quality and accountability initiatives and standards •Ability to manage multiple job tasks •Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary team •Ability to organise and prioritise workload, using initiative when appropriate •Ability to cope with stress, work under pressure often to strict deadlines •Self-motivated, progressive and proactive.

    Desirable: •Educational background (diploma level or above) in programme related humanitarian or development work (agriculture, community health, primary health care, nutrition) especially on M&E •Experience with Concern •Knowledge of Dari (Persian) is desirable •Previous experience with international or local NGO and previous work experience of Afghanistan •Good knowledge and competence of computer applications i.e. Microsoft Office.

    How to apply:

  • Kenya: EAGLE Network is looking for Activists

    Organization: EAGLE Network
    Country: Kenya
    Closing date: 31 Jul 2017

    The EAGLE Network is looking for activists with high personal engagement for an intense training and leadership development programme. You will be motivated by the chance to bring a change and the urge to tackle the widespread corruption and build activism in Africa, facing the failure of the aid system and its lack of justice and conviction. This highly selective program includes activism missions in 3 countries in Central and West Africa and leadership and stress management training in field conditions.

    Join us to live and operate in Sub-Saharan Africa and become a part of a new generation of independent activists. The best of the best will be selected and given a life-time opportunity to take part in a mission to change the corrupt system, to influence the power-brokers and to participate in the fight for a better future for Africa.

    You will be part of a network, given training and tools to pursue the activism path, initially in wildlife related issues and later as you choose. If you pass 6 months of volunteering with EAGLE Network, you may be integrated into our organization.

    Essential conditions for applicants:

    • Self confidence
    • Strong ability to adapt to pressure and stress
    • Willing and able to live in basic conditions
    • Able to enter into and manage insecure and challenging situations, willing to take informed risks
    • Strong ability to think creatively and outside of the box
    • Independent and able to travel alone in new regions
    • Strong resilience and perseverance until results are achieved
    • Strong ability to learn and implement learning into the activities
    • Strong character, ability to lead teams and inspire
    • Strong personal value system, non-conformist and charismatic
    • High sense of personal responsibility
    • Experience in volunteering and strong spirit for activism
    • Some experience of living, travelling or working in Africa and outside it, liking diversity
    • Strong desire to effect change in society and take leadership

    You must speak English and French, you must be over 18 and you have to have already experience with living or working in Africa.

    How to apply:

    If you are interested in applying, contact us at e-mail:

  • Event Coordinator

    Organization: Niños de Guatemala
    Closing date: 25 Jul 2017

    Event Coordinator (voluntary)

    Niños de Guatemala – New York City, USA

    Niños de Guatemala has been organizing events in New York City since the start of 2017 and is now ready to close off the year with a BANG! Together with one of our closest corporate partners, we are looking to organize a concert to raise approx. $10,000. The event coordinator will be responsible for organizing the event together with his/her fundraising team members.

    Are you a pro-active professional, who is a natural at event management, and has a passion for international development?

    Then we are looking for you!

    Apply now for Event Coordinator in New York City (voluntary, 5h a week).


    • Take ownership of the event and create a truly unique NDG experience!
    • Create a larger following and network opportunity for Niños de Guatemala in New York City.
    • Communicate effectively and appropriately in all directions so that the wider network understands the importance of events and is motivated to work towards their success

    We ask

    • A young, dynamic and enthusiastic personality who is willing to invest time in our organization
    • An entrepreneurial mindset, problem-solving mentality and customer-oriented view
    • Professional proficiency in English
    • Availability to work voluntarily (during evenings or weekends)

    We offer

    • An international, dynamic, vibrant and multi-cultural work environment
    • Diverse activities in a cross-continental team
    • Possibility to rise quickly in level of responsibility within the organization
    • The opportunity to collaborate in the development of an organization working for the benefit of Guatemalan children and entrepreneurship

    Niños de Guatemala

    · NDG is a Dutch-Guatemalan organization which empowers communities in marginalized areas of Guatemala. We achieve this by providing education that extends beyond the traditional classroom across three levels: students, their families, and the larger community.

    · We aim to be sustainable both at the organizational and community level through initiating and supporting social business activities and fostering an entrepreneurial spirit.

    · In the Netherlands the organization runs mostly on volunteers and focuses on raising funds for expansion in Guatemala.

    How to apply:


    Please send your cover letter and CV to Diwy Tomassen at and include “Vacancy Event Coordinator” in the subject field. Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis and candidates will be invited for an interview.

  • Iraq: General Coordinator

    Organization: La Chaîne de l'Espoir
    Country: Iraq
    Closing date: 15 Jul 2017

    Starting date of mission: 23th July 2017

    Duration of mission: 6 months

    Place within the organization:

    As a General Coordinator, you report directly to the Emergency Coordinator based at the HQ in Paris. You will be responsible for overseeing all CDE’s activities in Iraq, KRG.


    Negociable attractive package based on profile and experience.

    Job dimension:

    The overall objective of the General coordinator (GenCo) is to lead, manage and further develop CDE operations and mission in Iraq (4 expatriates and 50 local employees). The GenCo represents CDE at country level. He/she supervises all support services (HR, administration, finance, logistic) and is ultiamtely responsible for the security management of the mission and its employees. The GenCo has the overall responsibility for strategic planning, operations’ implementation and fundraising.

    II. General presentation:

    Description of the organization:

    La Chaine de l’Espoir is a French non-profit organization founded in 1994 is an independent and impartial international aid organisation working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. La Chaîne de l’Espoir is a network of medical and surgical expertise. A key player in healthcare, the organization is committed to providing medical treatment and education to the children who need it the most.

    Mission's context

    La Chaine de l’Espoir has established a permanent mission in Iraq in 2016 to provide essential medical and surgery services in Dohuk and Nineveh Governorates. Currently CDE in Irak is running 3 Operation Theater rooms in cooperation with the Directorates of Health for Nineveh and Dohuk. The surgical projects are addressing strategic emergency and life-saving humanitarian needs in under-served areas. In the scope of Mosul battle, CDE is also providing emergency medical cares to wounded and affected civilians and is looking to develop post-crisis health programming.


    1. Program Management & Development

    § Supervise the implementation and development of CdE programs in Iraq and Iraqi Kurdistan, together with the Medical Coordinator.

    § Identify humanitarian needs, support the necessary assessment and data collection to propose accurate humanitarian strategies and design projects.

    § Write the necessary documents, including contextualized, quality proposals, for donors’ awareness, report and fundraising.

    § Undertake pro-active prospection and propose alternative sources of funding.

    § Guarantee the proper implementation of the donor’s grant and reporting.

    1. Mission and support services management

    § Supervise the Administration and Finance department and, together with Admin/Fin Coordinator, ensure the proper and sound financial management of the mission.

    § Supervise the Logistic department and, together with the Logistic Coordinator, ensure proper procurement practices and a sound management of the supply chain, fleet, stocks, etc.

    § Ultimately responsible to ensure the compliance with internal and donor’s requirements

    § Ensure a proper Human resources set-up of the mission to reach agreed objectives, including staff recruitment, supervision, mentoring and capacity building

    § Responsible for the overall security management of the mission, including keeping security management plan updated.

    1. Representation and Communication

    2. Ensure regular liaisons with all external stakeholders in KRI and Iraq, including but not limited to NGOs, UN agencies, current and potential donors, and authorities at Governorate, Regional (KRI) or country-level as necessary.

    3. Representing CDE at relevant high-level meetings, such as the NGO Coordination Committee for Iraq (NCCI), donor briefings, OCHA as well as supporting the rest of the coordination team within clusters and sector working groups as and when deemed necessary.

    4. Ensure regular liaisons with the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) to raise issues of concern linked to policy and strategy.

    5. Maintain and expanding CDE's network of key person’s in-country, ensuring CDE remains up-to-date on evolution of the context, needs and funding opportunities.

    6. Ensure the promotion of humanitarian and CDE principles towards all stakeholders during representational activities.

    7. Promote effective communication within the team and with the headquarter.

    VI. Requirements:

    Professional Training:

    Master’s Degree (humanitarian management, political science, management/international relation, public health, medical/paramedical studies) or equivalent.

    Skills and experience needed:

    § Minimum 5 years’ experiences as a General Coordinator/ country director with an international NGO, out of which 2 years with a medical NGO.

    • Solid humanitarian background is necessary
    • Experience in management of health programs especially in the field of surgery would be a strong added value
    • Ability to work in a sensitive security context and to manage security and risks
    • Strong ability to develop comprehensive and inclusive country strategies
    • Excellent knowledge of project cycle management and programming
    • Strong team management skills in multicultural environments
    • Excellent interpersonal and diplomatic skills, with a proven track record in forming effective relationships with a range of traditional, local and international authorities
    • Experience in Irak is valuable

    Specific Skills:

    § Computer literacy: Word, Excellent Excel skills, SAGA will be an asset

    § Good reporting skills, with proven ability in financial report writing.

    § Excellent interpesonal skills; ability to motivate and lead colleagues

    § Excellent coordination skills and ability to mentor/coach staff

    § Experience of working in insecure environments or complex emergency contexts.

    Linguistic competence:

    § Fluent in English (spoken, reading and writing) is mandatory

    § French is an added value

    § Arabic or Kurdish langauge skills are an advantage

    How to apply:

    Application process : CV + Cover letter + 3 references to be sent by email to and

    Deadline for application : 15th July 2017. Due to the urgent need to fill this position, candidates could be interviewed before the deadline for application. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

  • Philippines: Financial Management Systems Advisor

    Organization: Cuso International
    Country: Philippines
    Closing date: 14 Sep 2017

    Location Tacloban, Philippines

    Start Date Jul - Sep 2017 (flexible)

    Length of Placement 9 Months

    Language Requirements English

    English Reading: Level 5, Writing: Level 5, Speaking: Level 4

    Language Scale:

    Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents of Canada only

    The Volunteer’s Role

    Working with Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) who have graduated from the Mentor Micro-Enterprises (Mentor ME) program, a new government initiated social entrepreneurship program, you will enhance or develop simple financial systems for bookkeeping, internal controls and auditing. You will also develop and standardize the processes to prepare financial statements, audits and compliance reporting, and train the staff to use these tools appropriately. These businesses have crude financial systems which limit their ability to access financial capital, as funders require financial documentation which they cannot provide.

    Working with other Cuso International volunteers, you will coach the graduates, review their operations, and help them to implement their business improvement plans. You will assess the learning of the graduates and provide feedback to the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), to scale up the program for national expansion and implementation.

    You will work with 3 other Cuso International volunteers coaching the Mentor ME graduates. Together, you will review their operations, identify the gaps, needs and strengths of the enterprises, and establish the financial systems and processes needed, while developing plans for growth, expansion and increased profit. In addition, you will explore opportunities for future volunteer engagement with individual businesses. You will also assess the learning of the graduates and provide improvement feedback to DTI to scale up the program for national expansion and implementation.

    As a volunteer, you will:

    • Review the business improvement plan of each MSME, including their needs, strengths and gaps

    • Assess and understand the current financial systems and needs for each organization

    • Work with key staff to understand and put together funding applications

    • Assist staff in the auditing process

    • Support capacity building at the different levels of the organization

    Essential Academic Qualifications:

    Education in Business, Accounting, Finance or equivalent professional/volunteer experience

    Essential Professional Background:

    • Minimum of 3 - 5 years’ experience in accounting, bookkeeping, financial management

    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

    • Ability to adapt and apply business knowledge and techniques to grass roots organizations

    Support Package

    • Modest monthly living allowance (varies depending country)

    • Accommodation while in placement

    • Return airfare and visa/work permit costs

    • Cost of required vaccinations, antimalarial medication and health insurance

    • Pre-departure training and in-country orientation

    • Travel and accommodation for reintegration debriefing weekend

    • Modest support for accompanying partners and dependents going on placement with you for 12 months or longer

    • Access to Employee Assistance Program while in placement and upon return

    • Cuso International assessment day (Candidates must cover the first $200 of the most cost-effective travel expenses and all accommodation costs).

    • Travel and accommodation for the five-day pre-departure training course and for in-country orientation

    How to apply:

  • Afghanistan: Executive Assistant Volunteer for Hagar Afghanistan

    Organization: Hagar
    Country: Afghanistan
    Closing date: 07 Jul 2017

    Hagar was established in 1994 in Cambodia. In 2009, Hagar expanded its model to Afghanistan and Vietnam. Our focus is on working with women and children who are suffering from the impact of trauma resulting from slavery, trafficking and abuse. We seek to magnify the impact of this work with individuals and families through our advocacy and capacity building work with other service providers and institutions.

    For those affected by trauma, and those who support them, Hagar is an expert in care and recovery. When healing happens the cycle of trauma stops. We believe that with the right support and capabilities people can recover and take the lead in their own journey to wholeness.

    Hagar International Foundation is now looking for a passionate and qualified candidate to fulfill the position of Executive Assistant_Volunteer based in Kabul Afghanistan.

    Purpose: Reporting directly to the Executive Director and supporting other members of the Office, the Executive Assistant will be capable of handling a wide range of administrative and executive support-related tasks, and should be able to work independently and strictly maintain the confidentiality of the Office of the ED. The Executive Assistant will be a highly resourceful team-player, who is comfortable working in a fast-paced environment, sometimes under pressure, while remaining flexible, proactive, and efficient. The individual will have the ability to exercise good judgment in a variety of situations, with strong written and verbal communication, administrative, and organizational skills, and the ability to maintain a realistic balance among multiple priorities


    • Completes a broad variety of administrative tasks for the ED, managing an extremely active calendar of appointments, completing expense reports; composing and preparing correspondence that is sometimes confidential; copying, reviewing outside mail, scanning and filing documents, screening phone calls and visitors, updating Outlook contacts, maintaining executive files, arranging detailed travel plans, itineraries, and agendas; and compiling documents for travel-related meetings.

    • Completes critical aspects of deliverables and special assignments by establishing objectives; determining priorities; managing time; gaining cooperation of others; monitoring progress; problem solving; making adjustments to plans.

    • Enhances executives’ and organisation’s reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.

    • Represents the executives by welcoming visitors, arranging organisational dinners and other visitor’s functions, including working with our Support Offices to facilitate visitors programs; answering questions and meeting requests directed to the Office of the ED

    • Assists in coordinating the agenda of various meetings, executive and senior management teams, including scheduling meetings, distributing papers and taking minutes when required.

    • Managing external contacts; proactively understanding who they are, who the primary contacts are, and keeping track of periodic communication needed for primary contacts.

    • Improves quality results by studying, evaluating, and re-designing processes; implementing changes.

    Any other duties as required


    • Alignment with Hagar’s vision and values
    • Bachelor’s degree or higher preferred
    • Demonstrated ability to communicate information effectively and build good collaborative relationships with all staff and stakeholders.
    • Excellent English, and writing and report presentation skills are essential
    • Proven coordination, organization and logistics planning skills, demonstrating high degree of initiative, attention to detail, critical thinking and ability to prioritise
    • High level of professionalism and demonstrated ability to handle confidential information is crucial in this role
    • Strong sense of teamwork and good interpersonal skills, adaptability and flexibility – willingness to do more than expected
    • Can operate independently and remotely from a supervisor
    • Advanced PC skills in Microsoft Office, including Word, PowerPoint and Excel
    • Proficient with technology including mobile devices

    How to apply:


    Interested candidates are required to submit his/her updated Hagar Application Form and Expression of Interest Letter with subject line: Application for Executive Assistant_Volunteer to Hagar’s email address: Only candidates with the required documents above will be considered for shortlisting.

    Hagar International Foundation is an equal opportunity Organization. Women and Disable people are strongly encouraged to apply.

    For detailed information, please visit

  • Democratic Republic of the Congo: 3017 Junior Project Officer DRC

    Organization: Associazione Volontari per il Servizio Internazionale
    Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Closing date: 10 Jul 2017

    Title: Junior Project Office

    Country: Democratic Republic of Congo

    Closing Date: July 10th 2017

    Duty Station: Eastern provinces of Democratic Republic of Congo (to be defined as per need and projects funding)

    Period: 3 months

    Starting Date: September 1st 2017

    Main objective: The JPO will be part of the Programme Unit in DRC and will work in close collaboration with Project Managers, Technical Advisor and Country Representative contributing in implementing emergency and development projects.

    Reporting to: Project Manager/Country Representative

    Specific duties:

    • Support the AVSI DRC Program Area as per needs

    • Carry out field visits and support the Programmatic Unit and the Projects Managers as per need (field assessment, evaluations, reporting, etc.)

    • Support the implementation of AVSI’ project M&E policy

    • Collaborate with the Country Representative, Project Managers and sector specialists in writing the activity reports according to donors’ schedule and requirements

    • Participate in the design of future new project(s)

    • Represent AVSI RDC at district-level coordination meetings (Clusters, Working Groups) and share with the supervisors the main points of the discussions

    • Communicate effectively AVSI’s identity, mission, vision values and its approach in order to work in ways that are contextually appropriate and clear

    • Keep good relations with local implementing actors, local authorities and other international and local stakeholders

    • Any other duties relating to the nature of the job as directed by the Country Representative

    Essential Requirement:

    • Preferable academic studies in Development, Social Sciences; a Master on Humanitarian Studies or Human Rights an asset

    • Excellent knowledges of Ms. Excel

    • Fluent in French

    • Previous experience in DRC or another Sub Saharian African Country an asset


    • Strong capacity to work under-pressure

    • Strong facilitation skills

    • Strong communication skills and cross cultural sensitivity

    • Willingness to travel within the country

    How to apply:

    How to apply:

    Send your CV by email to Please, specify in the subject of the mail the code of the position you are applying for. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

    Code: 3017-JPO-DRC

    Include also:

    1. Name, position and contacts (telephone and mail) of two referees.
    2. First date of availability to take up place in the field.
  • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: Programme Funding Manager

    Organization: ActionAid
    Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    Closing date: 29 Jun 2017

    Do you want to make a difference and positively impact the lives of some of the world’s poorest people? If so join ActionAid as a Programme Funding Manager. We are a leading international charity. We support women and children in extreme poverty. We fight for their rights and for lasting change.

    Do you want to make a difference and positively impact the lives of some of the world’s poorest people? If so join ActionAid as a Programme Funding Manager. We are a leading international charity. We support women and children in extreme poverty. We fight for their rights and for lasting change.

    As a Programme Funding Manager you will work at a strategic and operational level to generate, and ultimately increase, our programme funding income from institutional and official donors, primarily DFID (Department for International Development) and Big Lottery Fund (BIG).

    Your responsibilities will include building relationships with DFID and BIG’s representatives, identifying opportunities to strategically engage, involve and develop ActionAid’s relationship with them. You will act as a central source of knowledge and advice on DFID including advising on ActionAid’s in-country engagement with DFID, building relationships with and providing direct technical support to designated focus Action Aid countries. You will lead the coordination and development of grant proposals and complex contract opportunities, and also lead on grant and contract negotiations, acting as the key point of contact throughout the life of the contract, supporting project management teams as required. In addition, you will help develop the capacity of countries to secure and manage DfID contracts in-country.

    The ideal candidate will be a strong project manager with knowledge of project cycle management including problem analysis, project design, financial planning/management, monitoring and evaluation. You will also have a track record of developing strong and successful project proposals, and delivering income against targets by cultivating strong donor relationships and securing funding from institutional donors, particularly DFID. Experience of working on DFID commercial contracts would be an advantage. In addition you have a good understanding of international development issues, excellent written and spoken English, strong communication and negotiation skills as well as the flexibility to travel overseas.

    This role is currently being offered as a fixed term contract until the end of December 2017.

    How to apply:

    Please apply online. Please click or copy and paste this link to apply:

  • Guatemala: Local Programme Coordinator

    Organization: Li Ch'utam
    Country: Guatemala
    Closing date: 03 Jul 2017

    LICHUTAM is an international development organization based in El Valle del Polochic – Guatemala. The Polochic Valley is one of the most disadvantaged areas in Guatemala, where education is still a privilege only few can afford. Most rural communities in the region are affected by low income, high levels of poverty and low access to basic service such as health, electricity, and water. Since 2009 we have been working to promote sustainable development in indigenous Maya communities through innovative solutions with the aim to improve education and livelihoods of local inhabitants.

    Currently our projects serve two Maya Q’eqchi speaking communities, with a total population of 600 people, focusing on following key activities:

    1. Support teachers at the primary school in community of Nueva Mercedes
    2. Organize extracurricular activities such as computer classes, arts, crafts, mind-training games and sports for children
    3. Scholarship Program to provide support for students in secondary and high school
    4. Family Projects: kitchen gardens, teaching planting/harvesting techniques, providing technical agricultural support

    We are a small and young organization, a group of eager and practical people who want to make a difference in the world. Currently, we are looking for Local Programme Coordinator to lead a team of up to 4 volunteers. This is a fantastic opportunity for a person who has interest in international development, enjoys working in rural environment, has excellent intercultural communication skills and previous experience in project management.

    Your profile

    We are looking for a commitment of 6-12 months in the field in order to develop a long-term relationship of trust with the Maya community and to facilitate ownership within the organization.


    • A minimum of an undergraduate degree in pedagogical studies, international development, international relations, economics or equivalent. Master’s degree and/or knowledge in alternative pedagogies such as Stainer School or Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed are advantages.


    • Fluency in Spanish and English (written and spoken)
    • Team management and coordination
    • Project Cycle Management
    • Ability to be flexible and adapt to primitive circumstances, sometimes rapidly changing situations and tropical climate
    • Ability to work in an international, multicultural, multi-ethnic environment and intercultural communication skills


    • "Hands-on" attitude & result-based management
    • Field experience in developing countries is desirable
    • Experience working with indigenous communities, development of community-based education in rural areas, knowledge and creativity to apply pedagogical games to support education are highly desired.

    Your responsibilities

    • Field coordination and management of LICHUTAM projects (planning, implementation and evaluation).
    • Management of local and international volunteers.
    • Administrative follow-up and budget control of the projects.
    • Activity reporting to LICHUTAM International Board (Guatemala and Germany).
    • Partnership network development (local and international NGOs, governmental agencies, associations, local schools, etc.).
    • Maintain a trustful relationship with the community.

    What we offer

    • To cover all living (accommodation and food) and work related transport costs. Housing is organized in a modern volunteer lodge with max 3 others. *
    • Internet connection.
    • A unique opportunity to gain work experience in a cross-cultural environment and to work with indigenous Q'eqchi Mayan families in the heart of Guatemala.
    • Possibility to improve your language skills and learn about forward thinking development projects.
    • A recommendation letter upon successful completion of the assignment.

    Joining our volunteer team is a challenging opportunity that suits highly motivated people who pursue for career within international development and want to make a visible difference.

    * Unfortunately we can't offer a salary, health insurance or compensation for flights.

    How to apply:

    Please submit your application, consisting of a CV and a motivation letter, to no later than 3 July 2017. Please mark “Application: Local Programme Coordinator” in the subject field. We will contact all successful applicants to arrange an interview via Skype shortly after the closing date. The position is projected to begin in the end of August/ the beginning of September, 2017.

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