Thursday, June 30, 2011

Environmental Specialist

3 month short term contract • Manila based with travel required

The Provincial Roads Management Facility (PRMF) is a governance and institutional reform program aimed to “to increase economic growth and improve access to public infrastructure and services in the southern Philippines”. The PRMF provides grant assistance directly to, or in support of, selected Provincial Governments. The objective is to improve the sustainable GOP provision, management and maintenance of a core network of provincial roads in targeted provinces in Mindanao and the Visayas. The components include (1) – Capacity Building for Road Sector Planning and Management aimed at providing provinces to have institutional, financial, operation, planning and management capacity to develop and implement road sector plans in support of broad-based sustainable social and economic development and (2) Road Network Rehabilitation and Maintenance with targeted outcome of provincial roads being rehabilitated and sustainably maintained on an annual basis.

The Provincial Roads Management Facility is seeking applications for an Environmental Specialist. The successful person will provide technical support to PRMF in ensuring that all physical works are implemented in accordance with the individual Environmental Management Plans and PRMF’s Environmental Management System.

This role will be both challenging and rewarding will allow you to work as part of a dynamic, highly skilled and dedicated team working to help support this significant, and long term program. For success, candidates will need to demonstrate strong expertise as it relates to this role, an ability to work with a diverse team, combined with strong communication skills.

Requirements: • Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's/College Degree , Engineering / Environmental Science or other related fields; preferably at post-graduate leel or its equivalent. • Licensed Environmental Planner • At least 5 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position. • Full-Time positions available.

For more information regarding PRMF please visit www.prmf.org.ph

For a detailed Job and Person Specification and to apply for this position, please visit our careers page at www.careers.coffey.com and search for the reference number 2038.

For further information please contact Ms Kathy Deak, email Kathy_Deak@coffey.com.

The deadline for submission is 5:00pm Sunday July 24th 2011

This role is reserved for Filipino Nationals only.

Women are encouraged to apply.

Development Assistant (217642-927)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Mercy Corps Major Gifts team has regional representatives in Seattle, San Francisco, and Boston in addition to our headquarters in Portland, OR. Mercy Corps’ regional Major Gifts teams seek to develop and enhance relationships with and secure significant gifts from donors and prospects including individuals, corporations, foundations, and community organizations.

The Development Assistant will support activities of the Major Gifts efforts in the Seattle market (75%) and provide office management for the Seattle office (25%). This is a part-time position.

GENERAL POSITION SUMMARY:

The Major Gifts Development Assistant provides support in pursuit of team goals for Major Gifts efforts in Seattle. The Development Assistant will support the Seattle Development Director by supporting key aspects of donor cultivation, stewardship and solicitation. The Development Assistant also ensures the smooth and efficient operation of the Seattle office, including maintenance of equipment, supplies and internet/telephone. The Development Assistant will also work with the Seattle Development Director and the Seattle based team to plan and organize local events.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Supports development department in all areas of fundraising, including, but not limited to: managing timelines, writing and executing region-specific donor communications and appeals, maintain regional Raiser’s Edge database information to ensure current and accurate records, reporting and mailings; planning, coordination and implementation of donor events
  • Provide donor database reports as needed and maintenance of donor records
  • Provides planning, coordination and support for fundraising and donor cultivation events
  • Periodic administrative support to Founder of Mercy Corps
  • Manages all department and office software
  • Manages all office functions including, but not limited to: reception (phones, greeting visitors); IT systems; landlord/building communications; maintenance of office equipment
  • Other duties as assigned

Organizational Learning: As part of our commitment to organizational learning and in support of our understanding that learning organizations are more effective, efficient and relevant to the communities they serve - we expect all team members to commit 5% of their time to learning activities that benefit Mercy Corps as well as themselves.

Accountability to Beneficiaries

Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts towards 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: None

ACCOUNTABILITY:

REPORTS DIRECTLY TO: Seattle Development Director

WORKS DIRECTLY WITH: Seattle office staff, HQ staff in Portland

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE:

BA in related field desirable

3+ years experience in office administration/management

Excellent computer skills: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Outlook

Experience with fundraising database required; Raiser’s Edge experience preferred.

Strong ability to troubleshoot and work with IT specialists to solve IT issues/problems

Excellent problem solving and interpersonal skills

Excellent written and oral communication skills

Previous experience in international or non-profit work or a demonstrated interest in these fields preferred

Ability to be flexible, resourceful and innovative in a variety of situations

SUCCESS FACTORS:

  • Must be detail oriented, comfortable with multi-tasking, have superior organizational, verbal, written and interpersonal skills and be able to work both independently and as part of a team
  • Ability to organize and prioritize urgent tasks, follow procedures, and meet deadlines
  • High degree of initiative and accountability
  • Demonstrated flexibility and creativity in planning and problem solving
  • Proven ability to learn quickly and adapt to new situations and be accountable for results
  • Ability to understand the larger picture while remaining focused on the details
  • Even temperament and good sense of humor appreciated
  • Awareness of and sensitivity to multi-cultural international development work

LIVING CONDITIONS/ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:

This position is based in Seattle, Washington, with the potential for 10% of time spent traveling (domestic locations only.)

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

Mercy Corps is an AA/EOE

Spain CONTABLE SEDE

ACCIÓN CONTRA EL HAMBRE (ACF-España) es una organización internacional no gubernamental, privada, apolítica, aconfesional y no lucrativa, creada en 1979 para intervenir en todo el mundo. Su vocación es luchar contra el hambre, la miseria y las situaciones de peligro que amenazan a hombres, mujeres y niños indefensos. Actualmente 500 cooperantes y 5.000 trabajadores trabajan en la Red Internacional Acción contra el Hambre en más de cuarenta países en torno a cuatro ejes de intervención: nutrición, salud, seguridad alimentaria y agua y saneamiento

El Departamento Gestión Financiera Sede tiene como objetivo la organización de la información económica y financiera de la Fundación ACF-España, así su presentación pertinente para facilitar la toma de decisiones.

En segundo lugar el Departamento Gestión financiera presta un servicio de apoyo a los demás departamentos, en particular al Departamento Gestión de Misiones que controla todas las misiones de ACF-España en el mundo.

Objetivos

El contable es una persona especializada en la normativa y el método contables, formada en los procedimientos internos de ingreso y gasto, y usuario de los sistemas y aplicaciones informáticas de ACF, (Agresso). Registra contablemente las operaciones económicas de la Sede (contabilidad), realiza las órdenes de tesorería necesarias para su funcionamiento (tesorería) y participa en la elaboración de informes y declaraciones en materia económica y financiera referidas a la sede.

• Contabilidad : Contabiliza las operaciones corrientes de ingreso y gasto previamente identificadas y autorizadas, apoya al resto de departamentos en los procedimientos de identificación y autorización, Contabiliza las operaciones de tesorería, Asegura el buen archivo de los justificantes de las operaciones contabilizadas, Revisa las cuentas de activo y pasivo mediante conciliaciones, punteos y otras técnicas contables

• Tesorería : Prepara las órdenes de pago para los distintos bancos atendiendo a los procedimientos internos y los usos y normas de la banca y cumpliendo con el calendario fiscal, Revisa los movimientos bancarios, informando de los cobros a los responsables de su identificación y asegurando la disponibilidad de saldo para atender los pagos ordenados, Gestiona la caja central y supervisa la gestión de las demás cajas de la organización, Verifica el cumplimiento de los contratos suscritos con los bancos y participa en su negociación.

• Informes : Participa en los procesos formales de reporting y de manera especial en la elaboración del Presupuesto Sede y su seguimiento, Participa en el seguimiento del resultado de marketing (S2), Participa en la confección de declaraciones fiscales, de manera especial IRPF, IS, IVA, Asegura la información necesaria para la elaboración de certificados e informes económicos frente a terceros, Ofrece información a otros departamentos sobre operaciones concretas según sus peticiones.

Perfil del candidato

• Profesional con formación en empresariales o similares con experiencia profesional demostrable en contabilidad y funciones similares de por lo menos 2-3 años. • Alto interés por los sistemas de información. Se valoran buenos conocimientos de ERP’s (idealmente Agresso) así que Hojas de cálculo (Excel). • Buenos conocimientos del inglés y/o francés escrito y hablado. • Experiencia en ONG’s o motivación por trabajar en este sector.

Se ofrece

• Integración inmediata en una organización dinámica con proyección internacional. • Contrato laboral indefinido • Tickets restaurante • 25 dias de vacaciones anuales, horario de verano • Banda salarial: Entre 19500 – 21000 Euros brutos al año • Muy buenas y rápidas posibilidades de progresión profesional

Requisitos:

Solo se consideraran las candidaturas recibidas por vía correo electrónico. Por favor especificar el tiempo de experiencias por meses.

Para los candidatos que residan fuera de Madrid la primera entrevista será de manera telefónica. Las entrevistas presenciales tendrán lugar en Madrid. Los gastos de traslado correrán a cargo del candidato y serán reembolsados solo en caso de que la candidatura sea aceptada. Entrevista previa en Madrid. Gastos de traslado a cargo del candidato. Reembolso en caso de que la candidatura sea aceptada.

Los interesados pueden enviar su CV, carta de motivación (imprescindible), junto con personas de referencia de los 2 últimos trabajos realizados o dos cartas de recomendación, así mismo se podrán pedir referencias a otros responsables distintos a los facilitados. Si no estas de acuerdo háznoslo saber.

Todo ello por correo electrónico indicando claramente la referencia CONTABLESEDE/MAD/11 achsede-candidaturas@achesp.org

El Departamento de RRHH sólo contestará a las personas preseleccionadas para entrevista. En caso de ser preseleccionado nos pondremos en contacto contigo en el plazo de 10 días máximo, de no ser así tu currículum habrá sido desestimado para este puesto en concreto. Muchas Gracias.

Nota - Para más información sobre este puesto, consulte nuestra página Web www.accioncontraelhambre.org; en caso de no encontrarla aquí publicada se entiende que el proceso de selección ha sido cerrado.

ANALISTA PROGRAMADOR MADRID

ACCIÓN CONTRA EL HAMBRE (ACF-España) es una organización internacional no gubernamental, privada, apolítica, aconfesional y no lucrativa, creada en 1979 para intervenir en todo el mundo. Su vocación es luchar contra el hambre, la miseria y las situaciones de peligro que amenazan a hombres, mujeres y niños indefensos. Actualmente 500 cooperantes y 5.000 trabajadores trabajan en la Red Internacional Acción contra el Hambre en más de cuarenta países en torno a cuatro ejes de intervención: nutrición, salud, seguridad alimentaria y agua y saneamiento El Analista programador formará parte del Departamento TIC dependiendo directamente del Responsable de Tecnologías de la Información y Comunicaciones, a su vez integrado en el departamento de Logística, en el área de Operaciones. Estará encargando de las fases del Ciclo de Vida (Análisis, Desarrollo y Mantenimiento) del sistema de gestión on-line GESPRA (Gestión de Proyecto de Acción contra el Hambre). Participará también en el ciclo de vida de los demás sistemas y plataformas de la Organización.

Objetivos del puesto

• Encargado del Análisis, Desarrollo, Mantenimiento correctivo y evolutivo de GESPRA. • Desarrollo y Mantenimiento de las demás herramientas informáticas de la Organización. • Apoyo en la implementación e implantación de los proyectos TIC de la Organización. • Formar a nivel básico y avanzado, a los usuarios de los sistemas de información de la Organización. • Gestión administrativa y soporte técnico de las herramientas informáticas y de los sistemas de información.

Tareas

• Análisis, Desarrollo, Mantenimiento correctivo y evolutivo de GESPRA: Desarrollo y Mantenimiento de GESPRA (basado en ASP.Net, ASP v3, Visual Basic 6.0, Visual Basic .Net, HTML, JavaScript, Ajax, IIS, MS SQL Server y Reporting Services 2008), Interlocución y Coordinación técnica con la Fundación Accenture, desarrolladora inicial de la plataforma, Realización del material formativo

• Desarrollo y Mantenimiento de las demás herramientas informáticas de la Organización: Participará en todas las fases de desarrollo de las plataformas de la organización, Realizará el desarrollo y estará involucrado en las fases de planificación e implantación, Generará toda la información relacionada en las diferentes fases del desarrollo.

• Implementación e implantación de los proyectos TIC de la Organización: Formará parte de la planificación en los proyectos TIC de desarrollo el Departamento TIC, Participará y aportará su experiencia y conocimiento en las diferentes fases de los proyectos TIC de la organización

• Realización de formaciones: Realización de material formativo como explicativo: presentaciones, guiones, videos… Realizará formaciones tanto en español como inglés sobre las plataformas y desarrollos proporcionados por el Departamento TIC.

• Gestión administrativa y soporte: Estará al cargo de la gestión de las cuentas de usuario de los diferentes sistemas informáticos desarrollados en la organización, Dará soporte técnico a todos los usuarios sobre los sistemas informáticos desarrollados en la organización. Prestará ayuda técnica a los usuarios de las plataformas.

Perfil del candidato

• 3 años de experiencia como Programador o Programador Senior • 1 año de experiencia como Analista Programador • Aptitud para el trabajo en equipo, organización y resolución. • Buenos conocimientos de lenguajes de programación, metodología de programación, requerimientos de calidad… • Lenguajes de Programación: HTML, JavaScript, CSS, ASP 3.0, Visual Basic 6.0, ASP .NET, Visual Basic .NET, PHP 5, SQL, AJAX, XML, Reporting Services 2008. Bases de datos: Microsoft SQL Server 2005, 2008, MySQL 5, Oracle. Servidores Web: IIS 5 y superior, Apache 2, Component Services, ODBC. CMS: SharePoint Services 3.0, SharePoint Foundation • Capacidad de investigación y desarrollo de nuevas soluciones y lenguajes de programación. • Imprescindible inglés medio tanto escrito como hablado.

Se ofrece

• Integración inmediata en una organización dinámica con proyección internacional. • Contrato laboral indefinido • Tickets restaurante • 25 dias de vacaciones anuales, horario de verano • Banda salarial: Salario entre 23.000 y 25.000 • Muy buenas y rápidas posibilidades de progresión profesional

Requisitos:

Solo se consideraran las candidaturas recibidas por vía correo electrónico. Por favor especificar el tiempo de experiencias por meses.

Para los candidatos que residan fuera de Madrid la primera entrevista será de manera telefónica. Las entrevistas presenciales tendrán lugar en Madrid. Los gastos de traslado correrán a cargo del candidato y serán reembolsados solo en caso de que la candidatura sea aceptada.

Los interesados pueden enviar su CV, carta de motivación (imprescindible), junto con personas de referencia de los 2 últimos trabajos realizados o dos cartas de recomendación, así mismo se podrán pedir referencias a otros responsables distintos a los facilitados. Si no estas de acuerdo háznoslo saber. Todo ello por correo electrónico indicando claramente la referencia ANAPRO/MAD/11

achsede-candidaturas@achesp.org El Departamento de RRHH sólo contestará a las personas preseleccionadas para entrevista. En caso de ser preseleccionado nos pondremos en contacto contigo en el plazo de 10 días máximo, de no ser así tu currículum habrá sido desestimado para este puesto en concreto. Muchas Gracias.

Nota - Para más información sobre este puesto, consulte nuestra página Web www.accioncontraelhambre.org; en caso de no encontrarla aquí publicada se entiende que el proceso de selección ha sido cerrado.

RCA - Administrateur Projet Urgence

COOPI en RCA

Depuis 1974 COOPI travaille en RCA pour un développement harmonieux et complet, en faveur tant des individus que des communautés locales. En ce qui concerne les secteurs d’intervention, l'engagement vis-à-vis des réalités locales a encouragé COOPI à établir des plans et à implémenter des projets de développement dans le domaine social, économique, sanitaire, environnemental et de la formation. Les situations de conflit ont amené à la décision de se faire charge de projets d'urgence et de réhabilitation, qui sont aujourd'hui devenus un autre secteur spécifique d’intervention dans le Pays. Grâce à la présence consolidée et constante, ainsi qu’aux relations avec les institutions, les organisations non gouvernementales et les communautés locales, COOPI est reconnue comme un des points de référence pour la coopération internationale en RCA.

Projets

  1. Programme d’urgence d’appui multisectoriel aux victimes de la LRA dans la Préfecture de la Haut Mbomou (ECHO)

Objectif spécifique : Améliorer la réponse aux besoins d'assistance en protection et en sécurité alimentaire pour les populations affectées par la LRA dans les SP de Obo et Zemio Bénéficiaires

Populations autochtones, déplacées et réfugiées qui souffrent les conséquences des attaques et pillages perpétrés par le LRA dans la Haute Mbomou (RCA) et des affrontements interethnique dans la région de l’Equateur (RDC).

Bénéficiaires indirect : 41.100 habitants / Bénéficiaires Direct : 6000 ménages

Secteurs d’Activités :

Sécurité Alimentaire : activités agricoles et zootechniques, distribution alimentaires d’urgence, distributions semences et autres intrants, renforcement compétence technique groupements bénéficiaires et agents services techniques déconcentrés, mise en réseau groupements, récolte et activités post-récolte, information et formation agricole de base, champs de multiplication, supervision système surveillance, médiation intercommunautaires pour l’accès aux ressources

Protection : prise en charge psychologique et psychosocial, création des carrefours communautaires, mis en place d’un système de relais communautaires de protection, formations des autorités locales et leaders communautaires, amélioration de l’accès à la justice, renforcement capacités agents services sociales

  1. Programme d’éducation d’urgence en faveur des refugiés congolais dans la SP de Mongoumba (HCR)

Objectif spécifique :

Accompagner le système éducatif mise en place dans le camp par le HCR avec l’appui de la communauté refugié, dans le double but de assurer la continuité de l’éducation et de soutenir la communauté dans son autonomisation

Secteurs d’Activités :

Education : encadrement et suivi des ecoles, fourniture du materiel d’apprentissage, suivi comités parents, creation d’espace d’acceuil de la petite enfance, formations aux enseignents Descrizione e requisiti

CONTEXTE ET ENJEUX DU POSTE

Le responsable du poste administrateur doit assurer une liaison constante et étroite entre les bases des projets sur le terrain et la coordination COOPI en capitale pour tous les aspects et les nécessitées liés à l’administration des différents projets; pour cela il faudra réaliser des déplacements sur le terrain par avion et voiture.

Secteur Bangui

Bangui est la capitale de la RCA. La coordination de COOPI en RCA est assez structuré, avec la présence de plusieurs ressources locales et expatries. Les départements de la logistique et de l’administration assurent une appui dans la mise en œuvre de l’action.

Secteur Sous-Prefecture Obo

Obo est un petit centre administratif (sous-préfecture) dans l’extrême sud-est centrafricain. Pendant ces dernières années, les villages de la sous-préfecture ont été souvent cible d’attaques et pillages, qui se sont intensifiés depuis mai 2009, amenant la population rurale à trouver abri dans la ville d’Obo ; du même pour des ressortissants congolais (RDC) des villages frontaliers. Obo est protégée en plus que par le forces centrafricaines, par un effectif des forces armées ougandaises ; ceci permet de jouir d’une bonne sécurité en ville mais la sortie est interdite à cause des risques importants. Donc les activités du projet se déroulent entièrement dans le rayons de sécurité assuré, cad le centre de Obo.

Les liaisons sont essentiellement aériennes, environ 2,5 heures de vol depuis la capitale, Bangui.

COOPI à Obo, a déjà une base avec du staff expatrié.

Ce poste demande d’être prêts à soutenir : l’enclavement géographique et sociale, vivre et travailler dans un rayon de 5-8 Km. Un système de repos d’une semaine tous les 3 mois de permanence à Obo, est prévu.

Secteur Sous-Prefecture Mongoumba

Mongoumba est un centre administratif à sud de la capitale. A la suite des affrontements intercommunautaires que se sont passés dans le Sud Oubangui (province de l’Equateur, RDC), depuis décembre 2009 a eu lieu un exode d’une partie des ces populations vers les pays voisins, notamment le Congo et la RCA. Pour la RCA, la région riveraine oubanguienne de la Lobaye allant de Zinga à Sabourou (près de la frontière avec le Congo), a représenté la terre d’accueil où à présent, environ 17.500 réfugiés se sont reversés. Il faut noter que la population autochtone se chiffre à environ 13.000 personnes.

Les activités se déroulent tout le longue d’un axe routière de 20 km qui va de Nzinga a Ikumba en passant par Mongoumba. Les liaisons sont essentiellement terrestres, environ quatre heures de voiture de Bangui. COOPI a déjà une base dans la région, entre Bangui et Mongoumba, dans la ville de Mbaiki, mais une base opérationnelle doit être ouvert dans la ville de Mongoumba. Dans la région il n’y a pas de problème particulière de sécurité.

Responsabilités et liens hiérarchiques

Objectif général : Mettre en place et assurer les suivis financiere, administrative et RH des projets et garantir la liaison entre les zones d’interventions (Obo et Mongoumba) et la coordination de COOPI en RCA

1)Gestion de la comptabilité/finance :

— Supervise la gestion et la comptabilité du projet en collaboration avec les Responsables de Zone ;

-Assure le suivi budgétaire du programme et planifie les dépenses en collaboration avec le Coordinateur Administrative ;

-Gère et maîtrise la trésorerie du projet en collaboration avec les Comptables de bases et les Responsable de Zone ;

-Respect des délais dans l’envoi de la comptabilité et des documents administratifs au siège /bailleur ;

-Participe à la rédaction des rapports et propositions de projets destinés aux bailleurs de fond pour la partie financière, administrative et logistique en collaboration avec le Responsable de l’Administration de la Coordination ;

-Envoie mensuellement les documents administratifs, logistiques et financiers aux responsables de la Coordination et communique un prévisionnel mensuel des besoins en trésorerie

2)Ressources humaines :

— Coordonne avec le responsable RH et les Responsable de Zone les procédures de recrutement du personnel locale, l’élaboration de TdR et des contrats, le suivi des congés, des absences, des évaluations, mesures disciplinaires, des requêtes individuelle

— Encadre et gère son équipe

3)Logistique (en collaboration avec le Coordonateur de la Logistique)

— Démarche, suit et réalise les contrats fournisseurs et prestataires en coordination avec le coordonateur logistique .

— Responsable du suivi des immobilisations : équipements et inventaire.

Son responsable technique est l'administrateur pays qui a une fonction d'appui/conseil, orientations et vérification;

Son responsable opérationnel est le chef programme urgence en concertation avec les chefs projets relatifs, aux quels il doit fournir toutes documentations financières et l'appui/conseil administratif;

Son responsable institutionnel est le chef mission;

Il collabore activement avec les différents responsables des services du projet et de la coordination (administration, logistique).

Pour toutes question administratives et contractuelles, il doit se référer au desk.

Profil du Candidat

ESSENTIEL

* Expérience significative de gestion administrative et logistique de projets ECHO et/ou d’urgence
* Connaissance des procédures ECHO
* Maîtrise du Français indispensable
* Bonne maîtrise des logiciels courants
* Sens de l’organisation
* Respect des valeurs/mission COOPI
* Gestion du stress

COMPLEMENT

Connaissance des programmes ECHO

A RETENIR :

LE COOPERANT COOPI

COOPI intervient dans des situations de développement et de crises souvent défavorisées et difficiles à gérer.

Le coopérant COOPI doit prendre la bonne décision au bon moment.

Il sait lire et interpréter le contexte dans lequel il agit et qui se transforme souvent très rapidement. Il est capable de respecter les valeurs de l’ONG , d’établir relations positives avec ses supérieurs, ses collègues et collaborateurs.

Le coopérant COOPI travaille habituellement dans des contextes multiethniques, ce qui exige de la souplesse et le respect de l’autre, expatrié et personnel local.

En considération du milieu souvent défavorisé et du pois des responsabilités, il faut posséder une réelle motivation, énergie et une grande flexibilité, disponibilité pour aller parfois au-delà de ses propres tâches selon les besoins de la mission, en utilisant l’ expériences,l’ enthousiasme et l’esprit d’équipe.

Merci d'envoyer Votre CV à travers le link suivante: http://www.coopi.org/it/lavoroformazione/offertedilavoro/lavoro/678/

WASH Advisor for DACAAR

DACAAR (Danish Committee for Aid to Afghan Refugees) has been working to provide Afghans with safe drinking water, sanitation facilities and hygiene education since 1986 and is today a leading agency in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector.

Over the years, DACAAR has installed more than 40,000 water points benefiting nearly 7 million people in rural areas of Afghanistan through its Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Programme (WASHP). In partnership with the Centre for Affordable Water and Sanitation Technology (CAWST) in Canada, DACAAR recently established a Water Expertise and Training Centre (WETC) which provides training and water quality testing services for community groups, governmental agencies, NGOs and the private sector.

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The WASH Advisor will provide technical support to both the WASHP and WETC, with time input divided in agreement with the respective Managers in regular work allocation meetings. Furthermore, the WASH Advisor will undertake any other duties as agreed with the Director.

TASKS

The WASH Advisor’s specific responsibilities will include, but not necessarily be limited to:

Proposal and report writing

• In liaison with the Grants Unit, assist WASHP and WETC staff in preparation of the technical component of project proposals and reports for submission to donors.

Action Research

• Support the WETC Researcher in evaluating technologies and implementation approaches against a variety of technical factors, including cultural and gender perspectives. • As part of DACAAR’s Best Practices Series write, together with the WETC Researcher, two new publications on biosand filtration for household water treatment (2011) and solar powered pumping for community water supplies (2012). • Prepare technical papers and articles together with WASHP and WETC staff on thematic issues for presentation at appropriate meetings, workshops and conferences.

Capacity Building

• Support the WASHP management in implementation of programme activities, including planning and quality assurance activities. • Support the WETC Manager in organising annual in-country WETC Learning Exchanges for implementing organisations and other key stakeholders. • Participate in Water and Sanitation Group (WSG), Water Technical Working Group (WTWG), WASH Cluster and other thematic meetings as directed by the WASHP/WETC Managers.

Groundwater Monitoring and Database support

• Support the WASHP hydro-geologists in the preparation of technical reports and papers on ground water monitoring activities conducted by the WASHP. • Support the analysis of data in the WASHP/WETC databases as an input to project planning.

Training

• Support WETC trainers in the preparation and conducting of training workshops in thematic areas, including biosand filtration; low cost sanitation; water quality testing; gravity pipeline systems; well construction; and operation and maintenance of rural water supplies.

Consulting Support

• Support the WETC Manager in the provision of technical support services to organisations working in the WASH sector via phone, email and site support visits.

Education Programme Development

• Support the WETC trainers in identification of new training topics and development of new training packages.

Water Quality Testing

• Support WETC water quality staff in the preparation of water quality reports and presentations.

QUALIFICATIONS

• Minimum 5 years of international experience with WASH development projects, preferably with NGOs or other international organisations. Humanitarian experience and familiarity with humanitarian reform and the WASH Cluster approach an advantage. Work experience in Afghanistan an advantage.

• Bachelors degree in civil engineering, hydrogeology or similar. Masters degree in a WASH related subject an advantage.

• Fluency in written and spoken English. Knowledge of Dari/Pashto an advantage.

• Strong technical writing skills in English. Publication of applied research papers and technical articles an advantage.

• Working knowledge of MS Office. Knowledge of databases and computer aided design an advantage.

• Experience of preparing and conducting WASH training programmes an advantage.

FURTHER INFORMATION

For additional information about the position, you are welcome to contact the following:

Karoline Lund, Programme Coordinator, Tel: +45 24 26 03 69, Email: Karoline.lund@drc.dk

Arif Qaraeen, Director, Tel: +93 (0) 797 01 10 00, Email: dir@dacaar.org

Please note that applications are NOT to be sent to Ms. Lund or Mr. Qaraeen.

A copy of DACAAR’s latest annual report and more information about DACAAR’s activities can be viewed at www.dacaar.org

CONDITIONS

Duty station: Kabul, Afghanistan. The work will require travelling in rural areas in Afghanistan, subject to the security situation. For the time being, Kabul is classified as a non-family duty station.

Contract: One year (with possibilities for extension), with Danish Refugee Council (on behalf of DACAAR). Salary and conditions in accordance with Danish Refugee Council’s Terms of Employment for Expatriates (please refer to www.drc.dk under Vacancies). The position will be placed at level D2.

Commencement: As soon as possible after application deadline

APPLICATION AND CV

Only motivated applications that address the stipulated duties and meet the required qualifications, sent together with a CV, will be considered.

“CV-only applications” will not be considered.

Please send your application, in English and marked “DACAAR WASH Advisor”, no later than 22. July, 2011.

We only accept applications sent via our online application system on www.drc.dk under Vacancies/Current Vacancies/DACAAR WASH Advisor – Afghanistan. Applications sent directly to Ms. Lund or Mr. Qaraeen WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

Please contact Anne Oxholm, job@drc.dk, if you have questions to the application process or experience problems with your on-line application.

Directeur de Programme

Poste: Directeur de Programme Lieu de poste: base MENTOR, Est du Tchad (Goz Beida et Salamat) avec visites dans les missions MENTOR au Sud du Tchad (Goré et Maro) Supervisé par: Directeur des opérations (The MENTOR Initiative, France) Date de commencement: 15 juillet 2011 Durée: 3 mois avec une possibilité de renouvellement Termes: Frais de consultant 3500-4000 USD/mois, 17 USD/jour per diem, hébergement, vol aller-retour, assurance médicale.

Tâches globales: Le Directeur de programme est responsable pour la coordination des projets de MENTOR dans l’Est du Tchad et de fournir une assistance au programme MENTOR au Sud du Tchad en ce qui concerne la sécurité. Le Directeur de programme sera représentant national de MENTOR dans le pays et fera en sorte que l’organisation réponde aux objectifs de ses programmes. Tâches détaillés: 1. Reporting et représentation • Développer et maintenir de bonnes relations de travail avec les autorités locales, partenaires, donateurs, gouvernement hôte, autres agences humanitaires, ainsi que le personnel • Représenter MENTOR aux réunions de coordination à l'Est et dans d'autres endroits si nécessaire • Assurer la coordination des rapports hebdomadaires et mensuels avec le siège pour tous les programmes • Responsable de l'élaboration des rapports intérimaires et final des bailleurs de fonds, couvrant la période complète du programme de l'Est et de superviser les rapports pour la programmation dans le Sud • Assurer une forte coordination avec les ONG locales et les équipes du ministère de la santé et autres ONGs/UN travaillant au Tchad

  1. Opérations /Logistiques • Veiller à ce que la logistique du programme soit bien établie et maintenue • Assurer une gestion logistique de haute qualité et des services de soutien qui permettent la transmission technique de toutes les activités du programme en temps et en heure. • S'assurer que le personnel est formé à l'utilisation de HF / VHF et autres protocoles de communication • S'assurer que tous les protocoles de communication soient respectés et suivis par les membres d'équipe de terrain MENTOR

  2. Sécurité et sûreté • S'assurer que les politiques de sécurité et sûreté sont efficaces, appliquées et maintenues dans l’Est et dans le Sud en cas de besoin • Assurer un examen régulier du contexte de sécurité et que les politiques de sécurité soient mises à jour selon l'évolution de la situation générale • S'assurer que tout changement concerant la sécurité soit bien compris et appliqué par tous les membres de l'équipe MENTOR et que ces changements et mises à jour soient communiqué au siège

  3. Gestion technique du programme de l’Est Travailler avec le coordinateur technique pour accomplir les tâches suivantes : • Assurer une parfaite gestion des membres de l'équipe technique du programme et que les objectifs du programme soient atteints ou dépassés • Élaborer et mettre en œuvre des plans d'activité mensuels en collaboration avec le coordinateur technique et de fournir ceux-ci au siège • Travailler en collaboration avec le ministère de la Santé pour coordonner et assurer le soutien technique des partenaires travaillant dans les établissements de santé et les communautés dans le but d’intensifier l'utilisation du Programme national de lutte contre le paludisme (PNLP) des protocoles standardisés et les meilleures pratiques en matière de surveillance du paludisme, la prévention et gestion des cas

  4. Administration/Finance • Assurer le respect des contrats, du code de conduite et les règles internes de MENTOR par l’équipe nationale et internationale • Assurer le suivi et l’allocation budgétaire des dépenses pour les activités de lutte contre le paludisme de projet dans l'Est • Assurer la gestion financière et le suivi des procédures administratives • S’assurer que les rapports hebdomadaires sur les dépenses des finances et / ou demandes financières soient réalisés et fournis dans les délais • S’assurer que les tâches administratives et financières soient standardisées et suivies • S'assurer que tous les consultants internationaux soumettent les « timesheets » (heures de travail) mensuels à temps pour être validé et corrigé par le Directeur de programme • Assurer la soumission électronique des « timesheets » approuvés au siège

  5. Gestion des ressources humaines • Superviser la gestion générale de tous les consultants internationaux • Effectuer des évaluations de performance des consultants internationaux tous les 4-6 mois, ou selon ce qui est demandé par le siège • Veiller à l'application cohérente des procédures et règles de contrats de MENTOR pour tous les consultants internationaux • S'assurer que les contrats du personnel national et les termes dans tous les sites sont en ligne avec les exigences nationales du droit du travail • Coordonner les activités des ressources humaines, par exemple, le recrutement, le placement, l'évaluation de performances, en assurant la cohérence dans l'application des règles et des procédures MENTOR

  6. Autres • Des tâches supplémentaires en accord avec le Directeur des opérations • Possibilité de transfert dans un autre pays et programme MENTOR, dans un rôle similaire, durant la période du contrat avec un accord mutuel

Qualifications • Français et anglais (écrit et parlé) couramment • Minimum quatre années d’expérience à l’étranger en gestion de programmes dans des contextes d’urgences • Excellentes compétences de gestion, finances, administration et logistique • Excellentes compétences interpersonnelles • Capacité de travailler de longues heures dans des conditions difficiles • Une expérience préalable de travail dans la santé publique est préférée • Une expérience préalable de travail dans des contextes précaires est préférée • Une expérience démontrée dans la rédaction de rapports et l'élaboration des propositions est préférées

Comment postuler: Svp envoyer votre CV et une lettre de motivation avec coordonnées de 3 anciens responsables hiérarchiques récentes et/ou du siège à l’adresse :personnel@mentor-initiative.net au plus tard le 15 juillet 2011.

Protection Programme Coordinator

Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is looking for an experienced and capable Protection Programme Coordinator to join the DRC Yemen team based in Aden, Yemen.

OVERALL OBJECTIVE

The main role of the Protection Programme Coordinator (PPC) will be to oversee and coordinate registration and protection monitoring activities funded by the European Commission and the UNHCR. The PPC will play a key role in the DRC Yemen refugee programme in ensuring that mixed migration programme activities in the south of Yemen are appropriate, of high quality and implemented in a timely manner and according to approved plans and budget.

BACKGROUND

The Danish Refugee Council established operations in south Yemen in March 2008 to support individuals, state and non-state actors to manage mixed migration flows within a human rights and protection-focused framework. DRC Yemen’s protection program falls under a comprehensive regional approach to document and analyze the protection situation of mixed migrants originating from the Horn of Africa to Yemen, and to enhance the capacity of stakeholders in Yemen to take consistent and responsible action to acute and long-term protection and migration management and to prioritise the protection of human rights.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

The PPC will ensure registration and protection monitoring field teams in DRC Yemen’s four sub-offices are properly trained and supported; coordinate effectively with other DRC programme units, UNHCR/EC and other collaborative partners in Yemen (and regionally); and assist with reporting, information activities, and with programme development. The PPC is part of DRC Yemen’s mixed migration management team.

Specific responsibilities and tasks include the following:

• Manage field staff in four sub-offices (Ahwar, Mayfa’a, Kharaz and Bab el Mandab) to ensure registration, counselling/referral and protection monitoring activities are carried out according to plan and schedule. Duties include:

• ensure effective monitoring and evaluation mechanisms are developed and implemented;

• monitor case referrals and ensure proper follow-up on protection cases;

• coordinate and monitor field staff deployment schedules to ensure that required activities are implemented while staff leave entitlements (annual leave, R&R, etc.) are respected;

• develop staff capacities on participatory protection assessments and monitoring, migration monitoring, and inclusion of vulnerable groups;

• provide technical support, training and mentoring to field staff for a wider understanding of a rights-based approach.

• Analyse and synthesise collected protection information, including on migration, in concise reports with recommendations for programmatic responses for reducing and mitigating protection gaps;

• Assist with the development and implementation of the mass information campaign and information sharing activities related to mixed migration and protection;

• Closely manage assigned program budget lines to ensure timely spend-out.

• Work closely with the Mixed Migration Task Force (MMTF) Coordinator to provide input and feedback to the MMTF website, to produce MMTF monthly and quarterly reports, and to represent DRC at MMTF-related functions as requested;

• Support the Deputy Country Director (DCD) in establishing strong operational links and ensuring information sharing with DRC Nairobi, Puntland, Somaliland and with MMTF structures within the HoA region;

• Assist in the preparation of donor and other reports, and with the drafting of new concept papers and proposals relating to mixed migration in Yemen; and,

• Carry out other related tasks as requested by the Deputy Country Director and Country Director.

REPORTING ARRANGEMENTS

Reports to the Deputy Country Director.

QUALIFICATIONS

• A Bachelors degree in International Law, Human Rights, Refugee Studies, International Development or similar degree. A Masters degree is preferred.

• At least 5 years of demonstrated experience in the area of protection, refugee law, human rights, with at least two years of management experience in this field, and preferably working with refugees and IDPs.

• Strong understanding of protection principles and protection concerns related to refugees, asylum seekers and migrants, with a strong preference for Horn of Africa experience/exposure.

• Experience in overseeing participatory assessments and protection/human rights monitoring and advocacy.

• Excellent writing and analytical skills, and demonstrated experience in producing good quality reports and briefs.

• Excellent interpersonal, intercultural and communication skills.

• Excellent organizational skills, and self-motivated and efficient.

• Strong leadership/managerial skills and demonstrated working experience in a cross-cultural environment required.

• Able to work under pressure, with limited supervision, and at times under difficult security conditions.

• Computer skills: solid knowledge of Microsoft Office, in particular Power Point, Word and Excel.

• Language skills: Fluency in verbal/written English is essential. Working knowledge of Arabic and/or Somali is a strong advantage.

• Experience managing staff in a remote mode of operation is a strong asset.

We encourage all qualified candidates to apply, irrespective of age, nationality, race, gender or age.

CONDITIONS

Availability: August 2011

Duty station: Aden, Yemen. Non-family duty station subject to Rest & Recreation of 5 working days after 12 weeks.

Contract: On year with a three-month probation period, and possible extension depending on performance and funding. Salary and other conditions in accordance with the Danish Refugee Council’s Terms of Employment for Field Recruited Expatriates recruited by the Horn of Africa/Yemen Regional Office in Nairobi. Salary is $3,000 – $4,000 per month (based on experience & qualifications) which includes all allowances. Other benefits include health insurance, accommodation, and R&R.

For general information about the Danish Refugee Council, please consult www.drc.dk.

GENERAL

Commitments: DRC has a Humanitarian Accountability Framework, outlining its global accountability commitments. All staff are required to contribute to the achievement of this framework (http://www.drc.dk/HAF.4265.0.html).

APPLICATION PROCESS

Applicants should send their CV (not longer than 4 pages) and a 1-page cover letter that clearly describes how they are qualified and why they are interested in the post to jobs@drcyemen.org, indicating “Protection Programme Coordinator” in the subject line.

Applications are to be sent no later than 10. July, 2011.

Small & Medium Scale Enterprise Development Officer ( IACT)

Secretariat of the pacific community
JOB DESCRIPTION
SMALL- AND MEDIUM- SCALE ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT OFFICER (IACT)
BACKGROUND
The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) is an international organisation that provides technical and policy advice and assistance, training and research services to its Pacific Island members. SPC works in a wide range of sectors with the aim of achieving three development outcomes – sustainable economic development, sustainable natural resource management and development, and sustainable human and social development.
SPC’s headquarters are in Noumea, New Caledonia. It has regional offices in Suva, Fiji, and Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), and country offices in Honiara, Solomon Islands and Port Vila, Vanuatu. Additional information on SPC, particularly regarding its work in specific sectors, can be found on its website: www.spc.int.
LAND RESOURCES DIVISION (LRD)
LRD’s core business is to improve food and nutritional security in the Pacific through the sustainable management and development of land, agriculture and forestry resources. This is accomplished through the delivery of technical support, training and advice to SPC member country governments in the areas of plant protection, conservation and use of plant genetic resources, animal health and production, agroforestry, sustainable systems for agriculture, forestry and land management, and biosecurity and trade facilitation.
The Increasing Agricultural Commodity Trade (IACT) project is a 9 million Euro project funded by the European Union, to be implemented over four years by SPC through its Land Resources and Fisheries, Aquaculture and Marine Ecosystems Divisions. This project will work with the private sector and government agencies in the Pacific members of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) on a number of challenges like the lack of competitiveness of primary sector exports, the lack of guaranteed supply and the lack of sustained quality that limit their ability to benefit from opportunities available in the global economic market.
Under the leadership of the Team Leader (IACT) through the Forestry and Agriculture Diversification Team Coordinator, the Small-and Medium-Enterprise Development Officer will be responsible for providing specialised advice and expertise in matters pertaining to business, finance, management and marketing aspects of small- and medium-scale enterprise (SME) development in agriculture, forestry and aquaculture.
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
v Formulating strategies for SME development
· Lead project strategies and activities relating to SME development and capacity building, including a business incubator model appropriate to the Pacific Islands, and support efforts to collect trade-related statistics.
v Facilitating industry and expert networks
· Advise and assist Pacific ACP countries with the development of relevant networks amongst, for example, producer and exporter associations and other relevant bodies.
· Facilitate the formation of consultative committees or other expert networks to provide business, finance, management and marketing input to investment proposals.
v Provision of SME assistance and advice
· Provide direct assistance to an ongoing and planned portfolio of agriculture, forestry and aquaculture partner enterprises by working with them to identify, design, implement and evaluate effective and innovative approaches in export-focused enterprise development relating to finance, product development and marketing.
· Provide training, organise training attachments, obtain market intelligence and prepare business plans and export marketing strategies.
v Assistance to meet market requirements
· In close collaboration with the Export Marketing Officer, supervise the delivery of assistance to entrepreneurs and SMEs in market information, product development and quality accreditation to enable them to meet the requirements of domestic and export markets.
v Documentation and other related duties
· Produce project manuals documenting all supporting procedures, guidelines and training sessions. Provide input to the IACT project as required to ensure all business aspects are adequately covered.
SELECTION CRITERIA
Essential
Ø Bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics, agronomy, business administration, regional planning and development, small- and medium-scale enterprise development, or a related field.
Ø At least five years’ practical experience in business and enterprise development, small- to medium-scale enterprises, and agribusiness in developing countries.
Ø Previous interaction with and knowledge of finance and development assistance agencies.
Ø Demonstrated experience in project management.
Ø Excellent skills in cross-cultural oral and written communication and teamwork.
Ø Willingness to travel and work in the Pacific region for extended periods, sometimes under difficult conditions.
Ø Excellent interpersonal skills.
Ø Excellent English language skills (oral and written).
Ø Excellent computer skills.
Desirable
Ø Post-graduate level qualification in economics, agronomy, business administration, regional planning and development, small- and medium-scale enterprise development, or a related field.
Ø Knowledge, appreciation and assessment of pro-poor and sustainable development strategies.
Ø Good public speaking skills.
SALARY, TERMS AND CONDITIONS
SALARY AND ALLOWANCES
The position is in Band 9 of SPC’s salary scale.
Professional salaries at SPC are set in SDR (Special Drawing Rights) and paid in the local currency (i.e. the Fiji dollar, FJD, in Fiji). As per SPC’s 2011 salary scale, the salary range for this band is SDR 1,896–2,844 per month. At prevailing exchange rates these amounts convert to approximately FJD 5,569–8,353 per month (USD 3,100–4,700; € 2,200–3,300).
An offer of appointment for an initial contract will made in the lower half of this range, with due consideration being given to experience and qualifications.
The organisation subsidises housing. A housing allowance of 75 per cent of the total rental, up to a limit of FJD 2,625 per month, will be provided. The minimum housing allowance payable is FJD 1,170 per month.
In addition, an establishment grant will be payable to non-residents of Fiji. Where appropriate, other allowances, such as an education allowance, may be payable.
While SPC emoluments are not subject to income tax in Fiji at the present time, this status is currently under review by the Government of Fiji. Any change in this status will apply to Fiji nationals.
PROVIDENT FUND
The appointee will be eligible for membership in SPC’s Staff Provident Fund. Staff members contribute eight per cent of their base salary, to which SPC adds a matching contribution.
TENURE
The appointment is for a period of three years, with the possibility of renewal for a further period depending on performance and continued funding availability.
DUTY STATION
Suva, Fiji.
LEAVE
Annual leave will accrue at the rate of 25 working days per annum. For expatriate staff members, home leave fares are payable after 18 months of service.
Sick leave is 30 working days per annum.
MEDICAL BENEFITS
SPC’s Staff Medical Insurance reimburses doctor fees, cost of prescribed medicines, surgical and hospital costs, etc. up to certain percentages and limits. Supplementary medical insurance is available to increase these percentage reimbursements and limits.
FARES AND REMOVAL EXPENSES
For an appointee recruited outside of Fiji, the cost of air fares by the most direct and/or economic route for the appointee and recognised dependants, and reasonable removal expenses by sea of personal and household effects, will be met by SPC on appointment and termination.
COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT
SPC has a standardised computing environment based on Microsoft Office running under Microsoft Windows.
SMOKE-FREE ENVIRONMENT
Smoking is not permitted in the work place.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
SPC is an equal-opportunity employer. Recruitment is based entirely on merit, but in cases where two short-listed candidates are ranked equal by the selection committee, preference will be given to Pacific Island nationals.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES


The closing date for applications is 25 July 2011

Applicants are asked to use SPC’s online recruitment system.


Applicants who cannot access the online recruitment system may send their documents to: Director-General, Secretariat of the Pacific Community, P.O. Box D5, 98848 NOUMEA CEDEX, New Caledonia or submit them by fax (+687 26 38 18) or email (spc@spc.int, preferably as an electronic attachment in Microsoft Word format).

Applicants should provide their curriculum vitae and specifically address how their qualifications, knowledge and experience demonstrate their ability to successfully undertake the duties and responsibilities of the position in their cover letter. They should also provide names and contact details of three referees.

Export Marketing Officer (IACT)

Secretariat of the pacific community
JOB DESCRIPTION
EXPORT MARKETING OFFICER (IACT)
BACKGROUND
The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) is an international organisation that provides technical and policy advice and assistance, training and research services to its Pacific Island members. SPC works in a wide range of sectors with the aim of achieving three development outcomes – sustainable economic development, sustainable natural resource management and development, and sustainable human and social development.
SPC’s headquarters are in Noumea, New Caledonia. It has regional offices in Suva, Fiji Islands, and Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), and country offices in Honiara, Solomon Islands and Port Vila, Vanuatu. Additional information on SPC, particularly regarding its work in specific sectors, can be found on its website: www.spc.int.
LAND RESOURCES DIVISION (LRD)
LRD’s core business is to improve the food and nutritional security of the Pacific community through the sustainable management and development of land, agriculture and forestry resources. This is accomplished through the delivery of technical support, training and advice to SPC member country governments in the areas of plant protection, conservation and use of plant genetic resources, animal health and production, agroforestry, sustainable systems for agriculture, forestry and land management, and biosecurity and trade facilitation.
The IACT project is a €9 million project funded by the European Union, to be implemented over four years by SPC through its Land Resources and Fisheries, Aquaculture and Marine Ecosystems Divisions. This project will work with Pacific ACP states, the private sector and government agencies on a number of challenges such as the lack of competitiveness of primary sector exports, the lack of guaranteed supply, the lack of sustained quality, and the lack of increased competitiveness of its products that limit the ability of the Pacific ACP states to benefit from opportunities available in the global economic market.
The appointee, under the leadership of the Team Leader (IACT) through the Forestry and Agriculture Diversification team Coordinator, will be responsible for product branding, promotion, market studies, and providing information and technical advice on marketing agricultural, forestry and aquacultural produce from Pacific ACP states.
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
v Branding
· Training Pacific Island entrepreneurs and export partners in assessment of market niches, effectively branding products, including packaging, design, and placement in the market.
· Liaison with Pacific Islands and Invest (PITI), the Pacific Cooperation Foundation, Pacific Organic and Ethical Trade Community (POETCom ) and other such organisations to effectively promote a generic Pacific Islands brand/ image which is associated with quality, health (safe, nutritious and/or organic), green (low carbon footprint; eco-certified) and fairness (fair trade).
v Promotion
· In collaboration with partner export enterprises and marketing stakeholders, lead the development and production of promotions materials, and the development and implementation of publicity campaigns.
· Coordinate and organise participation of exporters in Pacific ACP states in relevant trade fairs.
v Market studies and information systems
· Oversee studies of export market potential and market information systems for key agricultural, forest or aquaculture products in the Pacific region.
v Technical advice
· Provide expert advice in developing marketing plans for partner export enterprises, including the use of traditional and new media, and social networking tools.
SELECION CRITERIA
Essential
Ø Bachelor’s degree in economics, business studies, marketing, media or communication, or related field.
Ø Extensive (> 5 years) relevant work experience in the Pacific region and/or the region’s major target markets.
Ø Relevant experience in marketing, branding and trading practices.
Ø Demonstrated experience in management, training, R&D, networking, communication skills, report writing and proposal preparation.
Ø Demonstrated experience in coordinating multimedia production and/or implementing publicity campaigns.
Ø Excellent interpersonal skills in the multicultural environment of the Pacific region.
Ø Willingness to travel and work in the Pacific region for extended periods, sometimes under difficult conditions.
Ø Excellent English language skills (oral and written).
Ø Excellent computer skills across necessary applications.
Desirable
Ø A working understanding of online marketing strategy/tactics.
Ø Have networks within the international fair trade/ethical movement.
Ø A working knowledge of French
Ø Be an effective public communicator.
SALARY, TERMS AND CONDITIONS
SALARY AND ALLOWANCES
The position is in Band 9 of SPC’s salary scale.
Salaries for staff recruited internationally at SPC are set in SDR (special drawing rights) and paid in the local currency (i.e. the Fiji dollar, FJD, in Fiji). As per SPC’s 2011 salary scale, the salary range for this band is SDR 1,896–2,844 per month. At prevailing exchange rates these amounts convert to approximately FJD 5,569 – 8,353 per month (USD 3,100–4,700; € 2,200–3,300).
An offer of appointment for an initial contract will made in the lower half of this range, with due consideration being given to experience and qualifications.
The organisation subsidises housing. A housing allowance of 75 per cent of the total rental, up to a limit of FJD 2,625 per month, will be provided. The minimum housing allowance payable is FJD 1,170 per month.
In addition, an establishment grant will be payable to non-residents of Fiji Islands. Where appropriate, other allowances, such as an education allowance, may be payable.
While SPC emoluments are not subject to income tax in Fiji at the present time, this status is currently under review by the Government of Fiji. Any change in this status will apply to Fiji nationals.
PROVIDENT FUND
The appointee will be eligible for membership in SPC’s Staff Provident Fund. Staff members contribute eight per cent of their base salary, to which SPC adds a matching contribution.
TENURE
The appointment is for a period of three years, with the possibility of renewal for a further period depending on performance and continued funding availability.
DUTY STATION
Suva, Fiji.
LEAVE
Annual leave will accrue at the rate of 25 working days per annum. For expatriate staff members, home leave fares are payable after 18 months of service.
Sick leave is 30 working days per annum.
MEDICAL BENEFITS
SPC’s Staff Medical Insurance reimburses doctor fees, cost of prescribed medicines, surgical and hospital costs, etc. up to certain percentages and limits. Supplementary medical insurance is available to increase these percentage reimbursements and limits.
FARES AND REMOVAL EXPENSES
For an appointee recruited outside Fiji, the cost of air fares by the most direct and/or economic route for the appointee and recognised dependants, and reasonable removal expenses by sea of personal and household effects, will be met by SPC on appointment and termination.
COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT
SPC has a standardised computing environment based on Microsoft Office running under Microsoft Windows.
SMOKE-FREE ENVIRONMENT
Smoking is not permitted in the work place.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
SPC is an equal-opportunity employer. Recruitment is based entirely on merit, but in cases where two short-listed candidates are ranked equal by the selection committee, preference will be given to Pacific Island nationals.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES


The closing date for applications is 25 July 2011

Applicants are asked to use SPC’s online recruitment system.


Applicants who cannot access the online recruitment system may send their documents to: Director-General, Secretariat of the Pacific Community, P.O. Box D5, 98848 NOUMEA CEDEX, New Caledonia or submit them by fax (+687 26 38 18) or email (spc@spc.int, preferably as an electronic attachment in Microsoft Word format).

Applicants should provide their curriculum vitae and specifically address how their qualifications, knowledge and experience demonstrate their ability to successfully undertake the duties and responsibilities of the position in their cover letter. They should also provide names and contact details of three referees.

Team Leader (Increasing Agricultural Commodity Trade (IACT)

Secretariat of the pacific community
JOB DESCRIPTION
TEAM LEADER (Increasing Agricultural Accommodation Trade – IACT)
BACKGROUND
The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) is an international organisation that provides technical and policy advice and assistance, training and research services to its Pacific Island members. SPC works in a wide range of sectors with the aim of achieving three development outcomes – sustainable economic development, sustainable natural resource management and development, and sustainable human and social development.
SPC’s headquarters are in Noumea, New Caledonia. It has regional offices in Suva, Fiji Islands, and Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), and country offices in Honiara, Solomon Islands and Port Vila, Vanuatu. Additional information on SPC, particularly regarding its work in specific sectors, can be found on its website: www.spc.int.
LAND RESOURCES DIVISION
LRD’s core business is to improve the food and nutritional security of the Pacific community through the sustainable management and development of land, agriculture and forestry resources. This is accomplished through the delivery of technical support, training and advice to SPC member country governments in the areas of plant protection; conservation and use of plant genetic resources; animal health and production; agroforestry; sustainable systems for agriculture, forestry and land management; and biosecurity and trade facilitation.
The IACT project is a € 9 million project funded by the European Union, to be implemented over four years by SPC through its Land Resources and Fisheries, Aquaculture and Marine Ecosystems Divisions.
This project will work with Pacific ACP states, the private sector and government agencies on a number of challenges such as the lack of competitiveness of primary sector exports, the lack of guaranteed supply, the lack of sustained quality and the lack of increased competitiveness of its products that limit the ability of these countries to benefit from opportunities available in the global economic market.
The Team Leader (IACT), under the leadership of the Director of the Land Resources Division, through the Forestry and Agriculture Diversification Coordinator and the Pacific ACP states, will take administrative, financial, technical and reporting responsibility for the IACT project.
The Team Leader (IACT) will be responsible to the Coordinator, Forest and Agriculture Diversification team.
The appointee will undertake overall management responsibility for the direction and operation of the IACT Project in line with project goals, and for successful delivery of the project objectives, and will be required to work to promote a business-friendly environment in the Pacific region and to strengthen Pacific ACP states’ productive export capacity in primary industries (agriculture, forestry and aquaculture/mariculture) and allied downstream processing.
KEY RESULT AREAS
In close collaboration with FACT Team Leader, the position of Team Leader (IACT),encompasses the following major functions under the LRD strategic plan objectives.
1. Team performance and leadership
· Create a team environment that fosters and develops effective working relationships and excellent performance.
· Ensure team members are managed effectively (in particular recruitment, performance management, and training and development).
· Monitor the performance and workloads of direct reports and staff members to ensure that objectives are met.
· Develop and monitor contracts of short-term technical experts.
2. Project Management (work plan and budget)
· Develop an annual work plan and budget.
· Supervise and monitor the implementation of the work plan to ensure it is implemented in timely manner and within budget.
· Organise meetings of the Project Steering Committee and Technical Advisory groups; develop and implement responses to resolutions and recommendations.
· Proactively identify and respond to new opportunities that will enhance project objectives.
3. Technical and policy advice
· Direct collaborators and information seekers to appropriate sources of information.
· Delegate information requests to team members and professional networks.
· Provide technical and policy advice in areas of specialist expertise (including forestry, agro-forestry, genetic resources, export marketing, trade policy).
4. External partner relationship management
· Effectively communicate regularly with key partners and clients in private, NGO and government sectors.
· Ensure project activities are undertaken in an open and transparent manner.
· Intervene early and effectively when potential problems arise.
· Counsel team members on how to best work and liaise with a diversity of external partner agencies and individuals.
5. Sourcing additional funding resources
· Persuade private sector partners to co-invest in supply chain improvements.
· Maintain healthy relationships with prospective donor agencies.
· Identify potential sources of funds to bolster the work of IACT and other LRD teams.
· Develop project proposals, including budgets, in collaboration with colleagues.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Essential
Ø Postgraduate degree in agriculture (crops & animals), forestry or fisheries, rural development, agribusiness, or other relevant tertiary qualification.
Ø At least ten years’ experience in project/programme leadership, management, networking, communication skills, and writing of reports and funding proposals.
Ø Excellent English language skills (oral and written).
Ø Excellent computer skills across necessary applications.
Desirable:
Ø Doctorate in any related field.
Ø Knowledge, appreciation and assessment of pro-poor and sustainable development strategies.
Ø Knowledge of trade policy and bio-security issues.
Ø Knowledge of EU donor processes.
Ø Ability to communicate effectively in the public domain.
Ø Experience of working in the Pacific region.
SALARY, TERMS AND CONDITIONS
SALARY AND ALLOWANCES
The position is in Band 11 of SPC’s salary scale.
Salaries for staff recruited internationally are set in SDR (special drawing rights) and paid in the local currency (i.e. the Fiji dollar, FJD, in Fiji). As per SPC’s 2011 salary scale, the salary range for this band is SDR 2,553–3,830 per month. At prevailing exchange rates these amounts convert to approximately FJD 7,498–11,248 per month (USD 4,200–6,300; € 2,900–4,400).
An offer of appointment for an initial contract will made in the lower half of this range, with due consideration being given to experience and qualifications.
The organisation subsidises housing. A housing allowance of 75 per cent of the total rental, up to a limit of FJD 2,625 per month, will be provided. The minimum housing allowance payable is FJD 1,170 per month.
In addition, an establishment grant will be payable to non-residents of Fiji. Where appropriate, other allowances, such as an education allowance, may be payable.
While SPC remuneration is not subject to income tax in Fiji at the present time, this status is currently under review by the Government of Fiji. Any change in this status will apply to Fiji nationals.
PROVIDENT FUND
The appointee will be eligible for membership in SPC’s Staff Provident Fund. Staff members contribute eight per cent of their base salary, to which SPC adds a matching contribution.
TENURE
The appointment is for a period of three years, with the possibility of renewal for a further period depending on performance and continued funding availability.
DUTY STATION
Suva, Fiji.
LEAVE
Annual leave will accrue at the rate of 25 working days per annum.
Sick leave is 30 working days per annum.
MEDICAL BENEFITS
SPC’s Staff Medical Insurance reimburses doctor fees, costs of prescribed medicines, surgical and hospital costs, etc. up to certain percentages and limits. Supplementary medical insurance is available to increase these percentage reimbursements and limits.
FARES AND REMOVAL EXPENSES
For an appointee recruited outside of Fiji, the cost of air fares by the most direct and/or economic route for the appointee and recognised dependants, and reasonable removal expenses by sea of personal and household effects, will be met by SPC on appointment and termination.
COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT
SPC has a standardised computing environment based on Microsoft Office running under Microsoft Windows.
SMOKE-FREE ENVIRONMENT
Smoking is not permitted in the work place.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
SPC is an equal-opportunity employer. Recruitment is based on merit. Recruitment is based entirely on merit, but in cases where two short-listed candidates are ranked equal by the selection committee, preference will be given to Pacific Island nationals.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES


The closing date for applications is 25 July 2011

Applicants are asked to use SPC’s online recruitment system.


Applicants who cannot access the online recruitment system may send their documents to: Director-General, Secretariat of the Pacific Community, P.O. Box D5, 98848 NOUMEA CEDEX, New Caledonia or submit them by fax (+687 26 38 18) or email (spc@spc.int, preferably as an electronic attachment in Microsoft Word format).

Applicants should provide their curriculum vitae and specifically address how their qualifications, knowledge and experience demonstrate their ability to successfully undertake the duties and responsibilities of the position in their cover letter. They should also provide names and contact details of three referees.

Human Development Adviser (Gender Equality)

Secretariat of the pacific community
POSITION DESCRIPTION
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT ADVISER (GENDER EQUALITY)
BACKGROUND
The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) is an international organisation that provides technical and policy advice and assistance, training and research services to its Pacific Island members. SPC works in a wide range of sectors with the aim of achieving three development outcomes – sustainable economic development, sustainable natural resource management and development, and sustainable human and social development.
SPC’s headquarters are in Noumea, New Caledonia. It has regional offices in Suva, Fiji Islands, and Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), and country offices in Honiara, Solomon Islands and Port Vila, Vanuatu. Additional information on SPC, particularly regarding its work in specific sectors, can be found on its website: www.spc.int.
THE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
The Human Development Programme is part of SPC’s Education, Training and Human Development Division, and is responsible for developing and delivering programmes related to youth, gender equality, culture and community education and training. The programme brings together these areas of development in a comprehensive and analytical approach to social development issues. It also has the responsibility of integrating these issues across the work of other SPC divisions and programmes, such as health and human rights.
The position is responsible to the Manager, Human Development Programme and is required to deliver timely and relevant analytical, technical, research, programmatic and policy advice on gender equality to SPC member governments and administrations and other stakeholders, including civil society, regional organisations and donors. The position works closely with the SPC executive and other SPC technical divisions and programmes in support of a more coordinated and effective approach to addressing the gender dimensions of development issues and programme initiatives with an emphasis on ensuring that the organisation respects and promotes the right to development of men and women equally, in all that it does.
KEY RESULT AREAS
The position of Human Development Adviser (Gender Equality) encompasses the following major functions or key result areas:
1. Analytical and policy advice
a) Provide relevant analytical and policy advice for the advancement of gender equality to governments and administrations and other stakeholders, including national gender-responsive policy development, implementation, monitoring and reporting.
b) Contribute to regional sectoral policy initiatives and their implementation through the provision of a gender equality perspective working with other regional and multi-sectoral agencies.
2. Regional coordination and monitoring of gender equality in the Pacific, including partnership building
a) Assume specific responsibility for SPC’s role in supporting coordination, implementation and monitoring of the Pacific Platform for Action (PPA), the Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) and other relevant regional and international commitments.
b) Provide expert input, advice and support to international and regional meetings such as the Triennial Conference of Pacific Women and the UN Commission on the Status of Women, and other high level fora with a focus on gender equality.
c) Take the lead in strengthening development partner coordination through regular meetings, discussions and other mechanisms such as the annual meeting of Gender and Development Partners.
3. Capacity building and training
a) Identify, develop, deliver and evaluate training programmes, technical assistance and publications/resources aimed at building national capacity for achieving gender equality.
4. Research and analysis
a) Identify and undertake research and analysis on relevant gender equality issues in partnership with stakeholders and other agencies to support policy and programmatic initiatives at both national and regional level.
5. Organisational strengthening
a) Take the lead in designing systems to improve implementation, monitoring and reporting of progress on gender equality commitments among the agencies making up the Council of Regional Organisations in the Pacific (CROP).
b) Take the lead in ensuring that HDP initiatives aimed at integrating gender equality, youth and culture across all of SPC’s work address gender equality issues in a relevant and appropriate manner.
c) Contribute to the development and implementation of inter-divisional programme initiatives that focus on gender equality.
6. Advocacy
a) Raise the profile of human development challenges, and in particular those related to the critical importance of gender equality in achieving sustainable human development, at national and regional levels in partnership with other agencies and stakeholders.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Essential
Ø Post-graduate degree in a relevant discipline (e.g. human rights, international development, social/political sciences) with a specialisation in gender equality.
Ø Eight or more years of experience at an advisory level with a specialisation in gender equality.
Ø Experience in the design and implementation of policies and programmes in gender equality, gender analysis and/or gender mainstreaming.
Ø Sound knowledge of international principles and frameworks on gender equality, including CEDAW, the Beijing Platform for Action and the Millennium Development Goals.
Ø Demonstrated research, analysis and writing skills.
Desirable
Ø Demonstrated cross-sectoral research and analytical skills and ability.
Ø Excellent command of either English or French with a good working knowledge of the other language.
Ø Sound knowledge of gender and women’s human rights issues in the Pacific Island region.
SALARY, TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Salary and allowances
The position is in Band 12 of SPC's salary scale.
Salaries for staff recruited internationally are set in SDR (Special Drawing Rights) and paid in the local currency (e.g. the French Pacific Franc, XPF, in New Caledonia). As per SPC’s 2011 salary scale, the salary range for this band is SDR 3,903–5,682 per month. These amounts convert to approximately XPF 530,000–780,000 per month (USD 6,100–8,900; EUR 4,500–6,500).
An offer of appointment for an initial contract will be made in the lower half of this range, with due consideration being given to experience and qualifications.
The organisation subsidises housing. An SPC-owned or SPC-rented house or flat will be made available, with the staff member contributing 25 per cent of the normal rental.
In addition, an establishment grant is payable to non-residents of New Caledonia. Where appropriate, other allowances, such as an education allowance, may be payable.
SPC salaries are not subject to income tax in New Caledonia at the present time.
PROVIDENT FUND
The appointee will be eligible for membership in SPC’s Staff Provident Fund. Staff members contribute eight per cent of their base salary, to which SPC adds a matching contribution.
TENURE
The appointment is for a three-year period with the possibility of renewal for a further period depending on performance and continued funding availability.
DUTY STATION
Noumea, New Caledonia.
LEAVE
Annual leave will accrue at the rate of 25 working days per annum. For expatriate staff members, home leave fares are payable after 18 months of service.
Sick leave is 30 working days per annum.
MEDICAL BENEFITS
SPC’s Staff Medical Insurance reimburses doctors’ fees, cost of prescribed medicines, surgical and hospital costs, etc. up to certain percentages and limits. Supplementary medical insurance is available to increase these percentage reimbursements and limits.
FARES AND REMOVAL EXPENSES
For an appointee recruited outside New Caledonia, the cost of air fares by the most direct and / or economic route for the appointee and recognised dependants, and reasonable removal expenses by sea of personal and household effects, will be met by SPC on appointment and termination.
COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT
SPC has a standardised computing environment based on Microsoft Office running under Microsoft Windows.
SMOKE-FREE ENVIRONMENT
Smoking is not permitted in the work place.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
SPC is an equal-opportunity employer. Recruitment is based entirely on merit, but in cases where two short-listed candidates are ranked equal by the selection committee, preference will be given to Pacific Island nationals.
APPLICATION PROCEDURES
The closing date for applications is 30 June 2011.
Applicants are asked to use SPC’s online recruitment system by following the link http://www.spc.int/job.html.
Applicants who cannot access the online recruitment systemmay send their documents to: Director-General, Secretariat of the Pacific Community, P.O. Box D5, 98848 NOUMEA CEDEX, New Caledonia or submit them by fax (+687 26 38 18) or email (spc@spc.int, preferably as an electronic attachment in Microsoft Word format).
Applicants should provide their curriculum vitae and specifically address how their qualifications, knowledge and experience demonstrate their ability to successfully undertake the duties and responsibilities of the position in their cover letter. They should also provide names and contact details of three referees.
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APPLICATION PROCEDURES


The closing date for applications is 30 June 2011

Applicants are asked to use SPC’s online recruitment system.


Applicants who cannot access the online recruitment system may send their documents to: Director-General, Secretariat of the Pacific Community, P.O. Box D5, 98848 NOUMEA CEDEX, New Caledonia or submit them by fax (+687 26 38 18) or email (spc@spc.int, preferably as an electronic attachment in Microsoft Word format).

Applicants should provide their curriculum vitae and specifically address how their qualifications, knowledge and experience demonstrate their ability to successfully undertake the duties and responsibilities of the position in their cover letter. They should also provide names and contact details of three referees.

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