Tuesday, October 21, 2014

SCIENTIFIC AFFAIRS OFFICER

Posting Title: SCIENTIFIC AFFAIRS OFFICER, P4
Job Code Title: SCIENTIFIC AFFAIRS OFFICER
Department/ Office: United Nations Environment Programme
Duty Station: GENEVA
Posting Period: 16 October 2014-15 December 2014
Job Opening number: 14-SCI-UNEP-36237-R-GENEVA (E)

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is the United Nations System's designated entity for addressing environmental issues at the global and regional level. Its mandate is to coordinate the development of environmental policy consensus by keeping the
global environment under review and bringing emerging issues to the attention of governments and the international community for action. The overall objective of the UNEP's Division of Technology, Industry and Economics (DTIE) is to encourage decision makers in government, local authorities and industry to develop and adopt policies, strategies and practices and technologies that promote sustainable patterns of consumption and production, make efficient use of natural resources, ensure safe management of chemicals and contribute to making trade and environment policies mutually supportive. It promotes the development, use and transfer of policies, technologies, economic instruments, managerial practices and other tools that assist in environmentally sound decision making and the building of corresponding activities. This position is located in the UNEP/DTIE Chemicals Branch, Geneva duty station. Under the supervision of the Team Leader “Science Team” in the Chemicals Branch.

Advanced university degree (Master's degree or equivalent) in chemistry, environmental sciences or a related field. A first-level university degree in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.

A minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in project or programme management, project implementation in relation to persistent organic pollutants, mercury or other chemicals and waste issues or related technical scientific area.

English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For the post advertised, fluency in oral and written English is required. Working knowledge of French is required. Knowledge of another UN official language is an advantage.

For details and to apply: careers.un.org

INTERN - HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS

Posting Title: Internship - Humanitarian Affairs, I
Job Code Title: INTERN - HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS
Department/ Office: Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Duty Station: ABU DHABI
Posting Period: 17 October 2014-16 November 2014
Job Opening number: 14-HRA-OCHA-37930-R-ABU DHABI

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.

The Partnerships and Resources Mobilization Branch (PRMB) coordinates and supports OCHA's institutional and strategic partnerships with three sets of partners: (i) Member States, (ii) regional and inter-governmental bodies, and (iii) the private sector. Working in close cooperation with relevant Branches at HQ and field offices, PRMB ensures focus and coherence in OCHA's existing and future partnership initiatives and is the custodian of OCHA's corporate partnership strategies with these three sets of partners. Located within PRMB, Private Sector Section (PSS) develops and drives implementation of OCHA's private sector strategy, focusing on using business innovation to improve humanitarian action and preparedness. PSS also supports, prioritizes and coordinates private sector partnerships maintained across OCHA by: supporting OCHA's engagement in private sector network(s), platforms and events in support of agreed goals; acting as OCHA focal point for World Economic Forum (WEF), UN Foundation (UNF), UN Global Compact (UNGC), UN Business Partnership Mechanism; interfacing with Office of Legal Affairs (OLA) on private sector Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs).

This internship will be based in two locations: stationed initially for three weeks in Geneva, Switzerland, within PSS/ PRMB. The second segment of this internship will be with the OCHA Gulf Liaison Office (GLO), based in Abu Dhabi, UAE, under the general guidance of the Humanitarian Affairs Officer and with a direct reporting line to PSS/ PRMB in Geneva. This internship is being offered for a combined maximum period of six months, beginning at a mutually agreed time no later than 31 January 2015.

Applicants must be enrolled in a Bachelor's (final year), Post graduate, Master's or Ph.D. programme or equivalent, preferably in political science, social science, international studies, public administration, economics, engineering, earth sciences or related field or a related field. Applicants that have successfully completed an academic programme in a discipline mentioned above must commence the internship within a one-year period of graduation.

Applicants are not required to have professional working experience for participation in the internship program, though any academic and/ or practical experience in humanitarian affairs issues including humanitarian financing mechanisms, humanitarian funding trends, gender equality programming, emergency preparedness, crisis/ emergency relief management, rehabilitation, development and/ or human rights is desirable. 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 Arabic is an asset. Knowledge of another UN official language would be an advantage.

For details and to apply: careers.un.org

REVISER/VERBATIM REPORTER, SPANISH

Posting Title: Reviser/Verbatim Reporter, Spanish, P4
Job Code Title: REVISER/VERBATIM REPORTER, SPANISH
Department/ Office: Department for General Assembly and Conference Management
Duty Station: NEW YORK
Posting Period: 17 October 2014-16 December 2014 
Job Opening number: 14-LAN-DGACM-38049-R-NEW YORK (L)

This position is located in the Spanish Verbatim Section, Verbatim Reporting Service, MPD/DGACM and the incumbent is under the general supervision of the Chief of the Verbatim Reporting Service, and directly under the Chief of the Spanish Verbatim Reporting Section.

A first-level degree from a university or institution of equivalent status is required. Candidates for this position must have passed the United Nations Competitive Examination for Spanish Verbatim Reporters.

At least five years of progressively responsible work in verbatim record writing, out of which at least three years should have been in the United Nations System.

A perfect command of Spanish, which must be the candidate's main language, and an excellent knowledge of English. Knowledge of another offical United Nations language is required.

For details and to apply: careers.un.org

Senior Payroll and Tax Specialist - Finance Department

SENIOR PAYROLL AND TAX SPECIALIST - FINANCE DEPARTMENT
 
GENERAL SUMMARY:
  • Work as an integral part of the Finance area, adhering to and supporting the established financial policies and procedures in the conduct of everyday operations.
  • Have knowledge of Foundation policies and procedures affecting personnel and their functional area of responsibility.
  • Help to drive continuous process improvement; looking for new and different ways to do things better, consistently striving for greater efficiency, and embracing change.
  • Possess advanced computer skills in Word, Excel, Access, payroll software, and the ability to write queries and ad hoc reports.
 
ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
  • Accurately process payroll and benefits for all US employees. Perform all payroll duties and benefit budgeting, forecasting, and reporting (including tax and audit schedules).Calculate taxes for employees with dual citizenship and communicate taxable income to non-US payroll providers.
  • Accurately record payroll and benefit journal entries and accruals, including the FAS 158 and postretirement benefits accruals.Complete and support assigned account analysis in a timely manner.Clear reconciling items in a timely manner.
  • Maintain current policies and procedures for payroll.
  • Manage all aspects of time reporting software, payroll software, paycheck reporting software, and 1042 reporting software.
  • Track and pay non-resident alien grantees and consultants.
  • Act as Foundation's Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) acceptance agent.
  • Compile, review, and file the Foundation’s 5500 report with the Department of Labor.
  • Understand and apply the principals of an appropriate control environment. Comply with policies and procedures in order to minimize errors (and prevent fraud) by employees, customers, vendors, and management, and to protect the Foundation’s assets.
  • Understand the Foundation's Incentive Compensation Plan (ICP).Calculate ICP vesting schedules and payments.
  • Understand all current deferred compensation agreements and distribution requirement rules. Track and pay deferred compensation.
  • Responsible for all financial statement and tax return reporting relating to payroll and benefits.
  • Responsible for incorporating the Foundations international office’s results into the Chicago financial systems; provide financial support to the international staff including analyzing results and arranging funding.
  • Respond quickly and accurately to requests for information from fellow employees. Responsible for all audit requests relating to payroll and benefits.
  • Able to simultaneously juggle several tasks or responsibilities efficiently despite challenging resource and time constraints.
  • Actively contribute ideas, opinions, and skills toward the achievement of common goals. Partner with other knowledgeable experts as to what is best for customers and the Foundation.
  • Able to critically review a process and its subcomponents and assess which components should be changed. Recognize when a process has changed and test the accuracy of the change.
  • Special projects as identified; provide backup support to the staff accountant and prepare other accounting functions as needed.
 
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance required.CPP Payroll certification preferred.
  • Working knowledge of ADP a must; Familiarity with Workday and iEmployee, a plus.
  • Knowledge of current and emerging company technology. Use technology and systems effectively to support daily activities. Look for new ways to apply technology to promote efficiency and improve quality.
  • Know how to properly record assigned financial transactions with appropriate supporting documentation. Understand transaction analysis.
  • Expert knowledge of regulations relating to US payroll and benefits, payroll related taxes, garnishments, overtime, tuition reimbursement, relocation, other income, W2 income, expatriate payroll, and US immigration laws.
  • Expert knowledge of regulations relating to non-resident alien income and reporting for consultants and grantees, and the applicable US treaties.
  • Written communication is appropriate and professional.
  • Openly share information and actively listen to others.

Program Officer, Evaluation - Office of Evaluation

PROGRAM OFFICER, EVALUATION - OFFICE OF EVALUATION
 
Role of Evaluation of Monitoring at the Foundation
At the MacArthur Foundation there is a belief that informed decision-making leads to more effective stewardship of the Foundation’s resources and better results.   While there are a host of factors that come into play when making any decision and there are myriad tools for gathering and receiving information, among those critical to the Foundation are planning, monitoring and evaluation efforts: 
 
  • Planning activities are engaged in as part of a dynamic process for outlining goals and activities.  While there is a value in planning efforts for the structure and consistency they provide, the MacArthur Foundation expect to continuously adapt its plans in response to the context and environment in which they work and what they learn along the way. 
  • Monitoring is a process for systematically collecting data and information.  Monitoring includes collecting information to assess partners or grantees’ performance and the progress and outcomes of their MacArthur Foundation-supported work.  It measures inputs, activities, and outputs, as the basis for management related decision-making.  The MacArthur Foundation is expansive in its definition of monitoring which consists of qualitative information gathering through narratives, storytelling and includes perceptions, experience and reflection as valuable and useful to the MacArthur Foundation’s work. 
  • Evaluation is the ongoing, systematic, and objective assessment of a program or initiative, often in order to inform decision-making during the implementation of the program or initiative and, in later stages, to measure its outcomes or impact. 
 
As the MacArthur Foundation approaches all of its work dynamically, they value monitoring and evaluation activities capable of flexing with the evolving work of its programs, yet sufficiently rigorous for the organization to measure its results, learn, course correct, adapt –in other words, to make well-informed decisions.  Moreover, they believe in a pragmatic and action-oriented approach to how they define valuable information and how they use it in decision-making.
 
In addition to the monitoring and evaluation activities that the MacArthur Foundation engages in around its programs, there is a range of activities designed and carried out by the MacArthur Foundation partners or grantees around their organization’s work. These activities are designed by the MacArthur Foundation’s partners and grantees to inform their own decision-making. The Foundation may benefit from the sophistication and rigor of its partner’s and grantee’s evaluation activities in their reporting to the MacArthur Foundation. 
 
Going forward, the MacArthur Foundation expects be more explicit, deliberate and systematic in outlining its monitoring and evaluation expectations for its programs and for each grantee and aligning these expectations with its partner’s and grantee’s capacity. 
 
Program Officer for Evaluation
The Program Officer for Evaluation will have the responsibility for supporting monitoring and evaluation activities with program staff and the Director of Evaluation. 
 
The Program Officer will support the Director of Evaluation in framing evaluations of the Foundation’s programs, providing support in the oversight and management of major program evaluations and contributing to the development of guidance for program staff around evaluation.  This may include the development and facilitation of reflection, learning and/or review sessions around evaluation findings or the use of evaluation in program planning and implementation. 
 
The Program Officer will build relationships with prospective evaluation consulting resources and partners in the field and provide support in the management of evaluation contracts including planning and convening meetings, tracking budgets, and reviewing invoices.  The Program Officer may be involved in other aspects of strategy development and/or planning for monitoring and evaluation.
 
As the Foundation is in the process of reviewing its protocols, tools and technology to support monitoring efforts, this person will play a significant role in the development of the Foundation’s approach to monitoring as it relates to evaluation.  As the MacArthur Foundation designs a new grants management system, there is considerable room to reimagine the data visualization opportunities for monitoring and evaluation to further increase its accessibility, value and integrated use in decision making.   
 
This person will provide technical assistance and support to program staff around grants having a research or evaluation component or a unique requirement with regard to monitoring as well as provide one-on-one assistance to grantees around research and evaluation questions as requested. 
 
The Program Officer’s work entails a significant outreach component both within the Foundation, across Programs, and externally in the field of philanthropy evaluation. In addition to assisting in the crafting of monitoring and evaluation approaches, the Program Officer is expected to engage actively with program staff, potentially prospective and existing grantees and with a wide range of experts in the field of philanthropy evaluation, so as to help formulate feasible monitoring and evaluation approaches and facilitate successful achievement of monitoring and evaluation objectives.
 
The broad goals and responsibilities for the Program Officer include the following:
 
Immediate Goals:
  • Establish, develop, codify and institutionalize a set of standardized monitoring practices for the MacArthur Foundation. 
  • Help develop a typology for the MacArthur Foundation’s grantmaking which would yield a range of monitoring practices.
  • Help clarify expectations for monitoring and help put in place a set of guidelines for program staff, evaluation staff and grantees to follow. 
  • Work directly with the MacArthur Foundation’s grant management and knowledge management systems and seek ways to enhance and improve their capabilities.
  • Negotiate and navigate various departments within the MacArthur Foundation to ensure that monitoring practices are integrated into these systems as they are developed and deployed.
  • Help insure the productive implementation of monitoring practices to and support its alignment with program goals (or strategies).  As such, this work would include deep engagement around grantmaking at the program/strategy level.
 
Responsibilities:
  • Support a portfolio of evaluation contracts.
  • Provide support to program staff with respect to monitoring and evaluation, as directed.
  • Support grant management, knowledge management and monitoring system’s design and implementation.
  • Provide support around the development of communications and learning opportunities related to monitoring and evaluation findings and products.
  • Partner with program staff to support the monitoring of grants in existing portfolios, as directed.
  • Represent the foundation at monitoring and evaluation meetings as assigned.
  • Travel domestically and internationally in connection with the program staff’s monitoring and evaluation needs; may require international travel.
 
Professional Qualifications and Personal Attributes
Beyond these goals and responsibilities, the Program Officer should ideally possess the following professional qualifications and personal attributes:
  • A deep commitment to the core values and principles of the MacArthur Foundation.
  • Depth and breadth of knowledge of evaluation as represented by increasing responsibility for design, implementation, and management of a broad range of applied evaluation tools, methodologies, and techniques. Experience with research design including both qualitative and quantitative techniques.
  • Demonstrated ability to involve and work collaboratively and effectively with peers in joint and shared efforts - Organization savvy and superlative interpersonal and facilitation skills.
  • Highly developed and demonstrated project management skills.
  • An ability to perform effectively under pressure and to practice strong organizational skills when faced with multiple time-sensitive priorities.
  • Excellent writing and public speaking skills.
  • The highest level of personal and professional integrity and quality standards.
  • Excellent judgment, flexibility, good humor, high energy level, modesty, and graciousness.
 
The Program Officer, Evaluation search is being conducted by the Explore Company. To apply for this position, send a cover letter and resume to resumes@explorecompany.com.

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Events Fundraising Officer at WaterAid

  • Deadline : 29 Oct 2014
  • Interview dates : w/c 10 November 2014
  • Salary : £26,868 pa with excellent benefits
It’s hard to believe that today 748 million people still don’t have clean, safe water and 2.5 billion live without a toilet. The resulting diseases kill one child every minute.
WaterAid is looking for an Events Fundraising Officer – Mass Participation to play a vital role in our mission to transform lives with safe water, sanitation and hygiene in the world’s poorest communities.
Working within the Community and Events team, the Events Fundraising Officer will be responsible for the development and delivery of WaterAid’s mass participation events portfolio. Together with the Events Manager, you will develop two new events in 2015 and manage an existing mass participation event to deliver maximum value.
To be successful, you’ll need to have experience of project managing bespoke mass participation fundraising events and developing new ideas. Alongside this, you should have enthusiasm and energy, and the proven ability to inspire supporters and communicate the difference their support makes. 
By 2030 we want everyone, everywhere to have clean water, sanitation and hygiene. We need you to help us make it happen. If you bring your expertise, passion and professionalism, we’ll give you a lot back.  
Working with us, you will be entitled to a wide range of employee benefits, such as an exceptional pension fund, medical cash plans, an employee assistance programme, generous annual leave and Save As You Learn schemes, as well as fitness and lifestyle programmes.
Please note: in order to apply for this role you must be able to demonstrate your eligibility to work in the UK.
No recruitment agencies please.

How to apply

Direct Marketing Officer

  • Deadline : 19 Oct 2014
  • Interview dates : 24 October 2014
  • Salary : £26,868 - £27,777 pa with excellent benefits
It’s hard to believe that today 748 million people still don’t have clean, safe water and 2.5 billion live without a toilet. The resulting diseases kill one child every minute.
WaterAid is looking for a Direct Marketing Officer to play a vital role in our mission to transform lives with safe water, sanitation and hygiene in the world’s poorest communities.
Working within the Supporter Development and Retention Team, the Direct Marketing Officer will work both online and offline, managing fundraising activities to generate and maximise cash income, and play a key part in the direct marketing programme. 
The team’s contribution is crucial to the growth of the organisation, bringing in just under 50% of total income. The team’s direct marketing activity includes cash appeals, upgrade, Gift Aid activity and virtual giving products.
To be successful, you will need direct marketing experience, excellent project management skills, and the ability to manage relationships with a range of internal stakeholders and external suppliers.
By 2030 we want everyone, everywhere to have clean water, sanitation and hygiene. We need you to help us make it happen. If you bring your expertise, passion and professionalism, we’ll give you a lot back.  
Working with us, you will be entitled to a wide range of employee benefits, such as an exceptional pension fund, medical cash plans, an employee assistance programme, generous annual leave and Save As You Learn schemes, as well as fitness and lifestyle programmes.
Please note: in order to apply for this role you must be able to demonstrate your eligibility to work in the UK.
No recruitment agencies please.

How to apply

Partnership and Communications Assistant

  • Position type : Fixed term until January 2017
  • Deadline : 19 Oct 2014
  • Interview dates : w/c 27 October 2014
  • Salary : £22,584 pa with excellent benefits
It’s hard to believe that today 748 million people still don’t have clean, safe water and 2.5 billion live without a toilet. The resulting diseases kill one child every minute.
WaterAid is looking for a Partnership and Communications Assistant to play a vital role in our mission to transform lives with safe water, sanitation and hygiene in the world’s poorest communities.
Through the exciting HSBC Water Programme, launched in 2012, HSBC are supporting our work to deliver water to 1.1 million people and sanitation to 1.9 million people across six of our country programmes.
You will provide support for this five year programme, which is one of the biggest corporate partnerships in WaterAid’s history.
Supporting the HSBC Water Programme Manager and Partnership Communications Manager, you will provide excellent partnership management, deliver exciting communications and develop opportunities to grow the partnership.
To be succesful you will need to be enthusiastic, flexible and highly organised, with exceptional attention to detail. Crucially you’ll be an exceptional communicator whether producing newsletters or talking to our supporters.
This varied role is in the Corporate Partnerships Team within the Major Partnerships Department. The role may also from time to time provide administration support to the Corporate Partnerships Team Leader.
By 2030 we want everyone, everywhere to have clean water, sanitation and hygiene. We need you to help us make it happen. If you bring your expertise, passion and professionalism, we’ll give you a lot back.  
Working with us, you will be entitled to a wide range of employee benefits, such as an exceptional pension fund, medical cash plans, an employee assistance programme, generous annual leave and Save As You Learn schemes, as well as fitness and lifestyle programmes.
Please note: in order to apply for this role you must be able to demonstrate your eligibility to work in the United Kingdom.
No recruitment agencies please.

How to apply

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Water Sanitation and Hygiene Officer

  • Deadline : 30 Oct 2014
  • Interview dates : 6 November 2014
  • Salary : Rwf 11,500,000 pa with excellent benefits
It’s hard to believe that today 748 million people still don’t have clean, safe water and 2.5 billion live without a toilet. The resulting diseases kill one child every minute.
WaterAid is looking for a WASH Officer to play a vital role in our mission to transform lives with safe water, sanitation and hygiene in the world’s poorest communities.
Working within the WaterAid team in Kigali and WaterAid’s implementing partners and government  officials, the WASH Officer will provide technical guidance to implementing partners to achieve quality WASH programmes and ensure appropriate documentation is available for strategic and policy influencing  work.
To be successful, you’ll need to fulfil the following minimum conditions:
  • 3-5 years field work experience in WASH programming  (INGO work experience is preferable)
  • Excellent facilitation and presentation skills.
  • Proven report writing skills
  • Knowledge of the community
  • Fluent in English and Kinyarwanda (both written and spoken), and working knowledge of French
  • Sociable, responsive, committed
  • Compliance to WaterAid values, mission and goals
By 2030 we want everyone, everywhere to have clean water, sanitation and hygiene. We need you to help us make it happen. If you bring your expertise, passion and professionalism, we’ll give you a lot back.  
Working with us, you will be entitled to a wide range of employee benefits, such as medical care, generous annual leave and others.
Please note: in order to apply for this role you must be able to demonstrate your eligibility to work in Rwanda.

How to apply

  1. Download a job description (.doc; 287KB) >
  2. Please email a CV and cover letter to PatienceNuwagira@wateraid.org

Policy Manager

  • Deadline : 30 Oct 2014
  • Interview dates : 12 November 2014
  • Salary : Rw19, 000,000 pa with excellent benefits
It’s hard to believe that today 748 million people still don’t have clean, safe water and 2.5 billion live without a toilet. The resulting diseases kill one child every minute.
WaterAid Rwanda (WARw) is looking for a Policy Manager to play a vital role in our mission to transform lives with safe water, sanitation and hygiene in the world’s poorest communities.
Working within the Programmes unit, the Policy Manager will;
  • Analyse the policy and strategy issues affecting the water and sanitation (WATSAN) sector in Rwanda and effectively capture the information in case studies, position papers and policy messages / briefing notes, targeting different audiences in order to pro-actively influence the efficiency of WATSAN investments in Rwanda.
  • Maintaining  up-to-date knowledge of the wider social, political and economic contexts as well as sector-specific issues and best practice to ensure that WARw stays at the forefront of national policy debates
  • Oversee WARw’s work to strengthen civil society’s policy engagement in the water sector, and work closely with identified functional Society Organisation networks to build capacity to effectively engage with national policy making processes
 To be successful, you’ll need to be;
  • An excellent negotiator and facilitator with good presentation skills.
  • Excellent report writer with good knowledge of local level issues
  • At least 5 years sound experience in policy and advocacy work and a minimum of 3 years in development work
  • Fluent in English and Kinyarwanda (both written and spoken), and a working knowledge of French
  • Dynamic, creative, innovative and results oriented
By 2030 we want everyone, everywhere to have clean water, sanitation and hygiene. We need you to help us make it happen. If you bring your expertise, passion and professionalism, we’ll give you a lot back.  
Working with us, you will be entitled to a wide range of employee benefits, such as an exceptional pension fund, medical care, generous annual leave and others.
Please note: in order to apply for this role you must be able to demonstrate your eligibility to work in Rwanda.

How to apply

  1. Download a job description (.doc; 281KB) >
  2. Please email a CV and cover letter to PatienceNuwagira@wateraid.org

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