Sunday, July 31, 2011

Communications Officer LiveWell for Life - One Planet Food Programme

WWF - UK

Godalming, Surrey

£27,039 - £28,729 pa
Full time fixed term contract to end 2014
Ref: 1623

WWF believes in a future where people and nature thrive. Best known as the world’s leading conservation body, we’re also committed to safeguarding the natural world through tackling the global threat of climate change. And by helping people to change the way they live, to ease pressure on natural resources.

We have recently received funding to lead a project under the EC LIFE+ Programme, focusing on reducing the environmental impacts of European Food Consumption (specifically GHG emissions), building on our Livewell programme in the UK which illustrated that many of the principles of a healthy diet are consistent with the dietary changes needed to reduce GHGE to tackle climate change. In collaboration with partners in Europe, the project will demonstrate sustainable diets in member states (specifically Spain, France and Sweden) and demonstrate tangible policy pathways for implementation disseminating results across the EU.

We are looking for an exceptional individual who will be responsible for delivering the project Communications strategy. You will be highly organised and an outstanding communicator and must also have a strong track record of working with a diverse, complex range of stakeholders. You will have relevant experience/qualifications in communications and/or marketing.

For more information, visit our website at wwf.org.uk/jobs

If you’d like to help us inspire positive change, email your CV and covering letter to recruitment@wwf.org.uk quoting the ref 1623.

Closing date: 12 August 2011
Interviews: 7 & 8 September 2011

Project Manager LiveWell for Life - One Planet Food Programme

WWF - UK

Godalming, Surrey

£35,976 - £38,225 pa
Full time fixed term contract to end 2014
Ref: 1621

WWF believes in a future where people and nature thrive. Best known as the world’s leading conservation body, we’re also committed to safeguarding the natural world through tackling the global threat of climate change. And by helping people to change the way they live, to ease pressure on natural resources.

We have recently received funding to lead a project under the EC LIFE+ Programme, focusing on reducing the environmental impacts of European Food Consumption (specifically GHG emissions), building on our LiveWell programme in the UK which illustrated that many of the principles of a healthy diet are consistent with the dietary changes needed to reduce GHGE to tackle climate change. In collaboration with partners in Europe, the project will demonstrate sustainable diets in member states (specifically Spain, France and Sweden) and demonstrate tangible policy pathways for implementation disseminating results across the EU.

An excellent project manager, with considerable experience and excellent communication skills, you will be the strategic lead for delivering against challenging goals.

For more information, visit our website at wwf.org.uk/jobs

If you’d like to help us inspire positive change, email your CV and covering letter to recruitment@wwf.org.uk quoting the ref 1621.

Closing date: 12 August 2011
Interviews: 7 & 8 September 2011

Stakeholder Relationships Manager - One Planet Food Programme

WWF - UK

Godalming, Surrey

£27,039 - £28,729 pa
Full time fixed term contract to end 2014
Ref: 1622

WWF believes in a future where people and nature thrive. Best known as the world’s leading conservation body, we’re also committed to safeguarding the natural world through tackling the global threat of climate change. And by helping people to change the way they live, to ease pressure on natural resources.

We have recently received funding to lead a project under the EC LIFE+ Programme, focusing on reducing the environmental impacts of European Food Consumption (specifically GHG emissions), building on our Livewell programme in the UK which illustrated that many of the principles of a healthy diet are consistent with the dietary changes needed to reduce GHGE to tackle climate change. In collaboration with partners in Europe, the project will demonstrate sustainable diets in member states (specifically Spain, France and Sweden) and demonstrate tangible policy pathways for implementation disseminating results across the EU.

The Stakeholder Relations Manager will have responsibility for delivering a stakeholder engagement strategy. This will include developing a comprehensive stakeholder analysis. The post holder will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and will need to build close working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders and work closely with project partners to ensure that the objectives are delivered. One of the primary objectives is to establish a network of European food stakeholders, representing a range of interests in the food systems with the capacity to influence change, across the EU.

For more information, visit our website at wwf.org.uk/jobs

If you’d like to help us inspire positive change, email your CV and covering letter to recruitment@wwf.org.uk quoting the ref 1622.

Closing date: 12 August 2011
Interviews: 7 & 8 September 2011

French-speaking Qualified Lawyers Required

DLR Legal

Brussels, Belgium

DLR Legal is a provider of document review services in the field of international litigation and compliance.

Our team consists of multilingual lawyers, qualified in several jurisdictions. We are currently recruiting French-speaking lawyers to join our team for a document review project located in Brussels.

Role description:

On-site and off-site legal document review using specialist database research systems (training provided). You will be part of an international legal team and you must be commited and ready to work in a high pressure environment. You must have excellent communication skills, good academics, as well as legal work experience, ideally within a big law firm.

You must be a qualified lawyer.

If you are interested please send us your CV and cover letter to recruitment@dlrlegal.co.uk

Japanese-speaking Lawyers Required

DLR Legal

Brussels, Belgium

DLR Legal is a provider of document review services in the field of international litigation and compliance.

Our team consists of multilingual lawyers, qualified in several jurisdictions. We are currently recruiting Japanese-speaking lawyers to join our team for a document review project located in Brussels.

Role description:

On-site and off-site legal document review using specialist database research systems (training provided). You will be part of an international legal team and you must be commited and ready to work in a high pressure environment. You must have excellent communication skills, good academics, as well as legal work experience, ideally within a big law firm.

You must be a qualified lawyer.

If you are interested please send us your CV and cover letter to recruitment@dlrlegal.co.uk

Professor/Senior lecturer/Lecturer (Architectural Designer/studio )

The Kigali Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) is the first public technological institute of higher learning in Rwanda. It came into existence as a UNDP project on November 1st, 1997 with a clear mandate to produce technical, scientific, of high calibers. KIST opened with major degree program being offered in engineering. Compulsory courses included English or French language and remedial basic sciences. The Institute was officially inaugurated in April 1998, and four years after its inception, it was legally enacted by Law No. 48/2001 of 26/12/2001.

KIST wishes to employ motivated and highly competent professionals in this post.

What We Offer

Three years full-time contract, monthly salary with generous holiday benefits, travel arrangements for expatriate staff and their families to Kigali, gratuity after I year tenure with KIST and subsidized health coverage.

Application timeframe

Review of applications will begin July 30, 2011 and continue until the positions are filled. The next academic year begins on 28" November 2011 and the selected candidate will be expected to join KIST on 21" November 2011.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, certified copies of their degrees, the names and contact information of two references, and a portfolio and/or copies of pertinent research papers to the KIST Rector, Dr. MUJAWAMARIYA Jeanne d'Arc.

With copies to:

The Vice Rector Academics (vra@kist.ac.rw)and

Dean, of Faculty of Architecture and Environmental Design (dfaed@kist.ac.rw).

Hard copy applications should be sent to the following address:

The Rector,

Kigali Institute of Science and Technology

Avenue de 'Armee, B.P: 3900 Kigali-Rwanda

Tel. +250 547696 Fax: +250 571924/24

E-mail: rectorekistac.rw.vra@kist.ac.rw

Website:www.kist.ac.rw.

Senior lecturer/Lecturer (Architectural Design with focus in Urban design and regional planning)

The Kigali Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) is the first public technological institute of higher learning in Rwanda. It came into existence as a UNDP project on November 1st, 1997 with a clear mandate to produce technical, scientific, of high calibers. KIST opened with major degree program being offered in engineering. Compulsory courses included English or French language and remedial basic sciences. The Institute was officially inaugurated in April 1998, and four years after its inception, it was legally enacted by Law No. 48/2001 of 26/12/2001.

KIST wishes to employ motivated and highly competent professionals in this post.

What We Offer

Three years full-time contract, monthly salary with generous holiday benefits, travel arrangements for expatriate staff and their families to Kigali, gratuity after I year tenure with KIST and subsidized health coverage.

Application timeframe

Review of applications will begin July 30, 2011 and continue until the positions are filled. The next academic year begins on 28" November 2011 and the selected candidate will be expected to join KIST on 21" November 2011.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, certified copies of their degrees, the names and contact information of two references, and a portfolio and/or copies of pertinent research papers to the KIST Rector, Dr. MUJAWAMARIYA Jeanne d'Arc.

With copies to:

The Vice Rector Academics (vra@kist.ac.rw)and

Dean, of Faculty of Architecture and Environmental Design (dfaed@kist.ac.rw).

Hard copy applications should be sent to the following address:

The Rector,

Kigali Institute of Science and Technology

Avenue de 'Armee, B.P: 3900 Kigali-Rwanda

Tel. +250 547696 Fax: +250 571924/24

E-mail: rectorekistac.rw.vra@kist.ac.rw

Website:www.kist.ac.rw.

Senior lecturer/Lecturer (History and Theory of Architecture)

The Kigali Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) is the first public technological institute of higher learning in Rwanda. It came into existence as a UNDP project on November 1st, 1997 with a clear mandate to produce technical, scientific, of high calibers. KIST opened with major degree program being offered in engineering. Compulsory courses included English or French language and remedial basic sciences. The Institute was officially inaugurated in April 1998, and four years after its inception, it was legally enacted by Law No. 48/2001 of 26/12/2001.

KIST wishes to employ motivated and highly competent professionals in this post.

What We Offer

Three years full-time contract, monthly salary with generous holiday benefits, travel arrangements for expatriate staff and their families to Kigali, gratuity after I year tenure with KIST and subsidized health coverage.

Application timeframe

Review of applications will begin July 30, 2011 and continue until the positions are filled. The next academic year begins on 28" November 2011 and the selected candidate will be expected to join KIST on 21" November 2011.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, certified copies of their degrees, the names and contact information of two references, and a portfolio and/or copies of pertinent research papers to the KIST Rector, Dr. MUJAWAMARIYA Jeanne d'Arc.

With copies to:

The Vice Rector Academics (vra@kist.ac.rw)and

Dean, of Faculty of Architecture and Environmental Design (dfaed@kist.ac.rw).

Hard copy applications should be sent to the following address:

The Rector,

Kigali Institute of Science and Technology

Avenue de 'Armee, B.P: 3900 Kigali-Rwanda

Tel. +250 547696 Fax: +250 571924/24

E-mail: rectorekistac.rw.vra@kist.ac.rw

Website:www.kist.ac.rw.

Lecturer in Health & Social Care Reading College

Salary: £23,757 - £32,909 p.a.

Ref: HCEF-LEHSC-234

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Berkshire's thriving further education establishment, Reading College.

In this role, you will teach Health and Social Care learning programmes to students, using a range of diverse learning and teaching strategies and investigative methods that will encourage independent learning.

Through the use of challenging individual targets and learning plans, you will be required to ensure that student achievement is optimised. You will also support students in overcoming any difficulties they experience during their studies.

As part of your role, you will produce lesson plans and a variety of resources that will enable your students to take part in learning activities. To monitor their success, you will be required to produce and manage data reports detailing their achievements.

You will hold a teaching qualification, a degree or you will have experience and current knowledge in a relevant industry or subject. You will also have outstanding communication skills to enable you to deliver high standards of teaching and learning from the outset. You will also have a proven track record of delivering effective teaching and assessment in this area.

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit www.reading-college.ac.uk

Closing date: 10am on 8th August 2011.

Lecturer in Hair Reading College

Salary: £23,757 - £32,909 p.a.

Ref: FOUN-LEBTHCL-212

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Berkshire's thriving further education establishment, Reading College.

In this role, you will teach Hairdressing learning programmes to students, using a range of diverse learning and teaching strategies and investigative methods that will encourage independent learning.

Through the use of challenging individual targets and learning plans, you will be required to ensure that student achievement is optimised. You will also support students in overcoming any difficulties they experience during their studies.

As part of your role, you will produce lesson plans and a variety of resources that will enable your students to take part in learning activities. To monitor their success, you will be required to produce and manage data reports detailing their achievements.

You will hold a teaching qualification, a degree or you will have experience and current knowledge in a relevant industry or subject. You will also have outstanding communication skills to enable you to deliver high standards of teaching and learning from the outset. You will also have a proven track record of delivering effective teaching and assessment in this area.

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit www.reading-college.ac.uk

Closing date: 10am on 8th August 2011.

Lecturer in Beauty Therapy Reading College

Salary: £23,757 - £32,909 p.a.

Ref: FOUN-LEBTHCL-212

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Berkshire's thriving further education establishment, Reading College.

In this role, you will teach Beauty Therapy learning programmes to students, using a range of diverse learning and teaching strategies and investigative methods that will encourage independent learning.

Through the use of challenging individual targets and learning plans, you will be required to ensure that student achievement is optimised. You will also support students in overcoming any difficulties they experience during their studies.

As part of your role, you will produce lesson plans and a variety of resources that will enable your students to take part in learning activities. To monitor their success, you will be required to produce and manage data reports detailing their achievements.

You will hold a teaching qualification, a degree or you will have experience and current knowledge in a relevant industry or subject. You will also have outstanding communication skills to enable you to deliver high standards of teaching and learning from the outset. You will also have a proven track record of delivering effective teaching and assessment in this area.

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit www.reading-college.ac.uk

Closing date: 10am on 8th August 2011.

Employability Skills Advisor Reading College

Salary: £17,150 - £18,746 p.a.

Ref: SS-ESA-027

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Berkshire's thriving further education establishment, Reading College.

In this engaging role, you will work within the Employability and Progression team to source and set up work experience placements for students, working in close liaison with curriculum teams so that students have access to work based opportunities to develop employability skills.

The overall purpose of this position is to contact local employers to negotiating work experience placements for Reading College students and overseeing the successful delivery of such experience. Dealing with the whole process which includes: promoting internally, handling applications, interviewing students, advising employers, carrying out risk assessments and debriefing. You'll need to have a sound understanding of what employers are looking for and how students can gain from such placements.

You'll need to develop excellent relationships with local employers so strong communication skills are essential. With drive and initiative you'll be able to solve practical problems without supervision and able to react quickly to change.

Excellent organisational skills are a prerequisite as you'll be setting up and co-ordinating multiple work placements in order to achieve performance targets delivering to strict deadlines. A full driving licence and access to a car will be needed as you'll be visiting students at the placements.

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit www.reading-college.ac.uk

Closing date: 10am on 8th August 2011.

Designer Reading College

Salary: £24,473 - £25,967 p.a.

Ref: MKT-D-047

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Berkshire's thriving further education establishment, Reading College.

Creativity, flair and innovation are what we're looking for to help create engaging on and offline collateral for the College which you will see through from concept to completion. Strong communication and organisational skills are key to ensuring the successful execution of campaigns, as you will be liaising with employees as well as external agencies to co-ordinate the delivery of high quality digital and print materials whilst keeping to tight deadlines.

You will be developing and maintaining the College's identity as well as emerging sub-brands ensuring its consistency, as this will reach all suppliers and employees and will be used in a variety of formats. You will also be collaborating with web developers to ensure the identity and content is within the brand guidelines, providing them with the relevant images and material to carry this out.

To be part of a growing and developing brand, you will have a relevant degree or Level 4 qualification in graphic design, as well knowledge of 2.0 web technologies and proficient in full Adobe Creative Suite.

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit www.reading-college.ac.uk

Closing date: 10am on 8th August 2011.

Commercial Service Administrator Reading College

Salary: £19,309 - £21,104 p.a.

Ref: ES-CSA-029

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Berkshire's thriving further education establishment, Reading College.

In this exciting and engaging role, you will be responsible for providing administrative support to all areas of the Employer Services team and helping the College to adhere to the quality assurance processes which are vital to the maintenance of the Training Quality Standard.

A major part of the position will involved dealing with incoming employer enquiries from the Employer Servicing team and liaising with curriculum teams to ensure a quick response. Looking after a wide variety of administrative support services for staff, from assisting with enrolments and inductions, to meeting visitors, taking minutes and booking rooms, you can guarantee that no two days will be same.

You'll also have responsibility of raising invoices and recording expenditure for employer training solutions, uploading information to our system, maintaining accurate records, and working with data collected from student and employer surveys.

With GCSE Maths and English A-C (or a willingness to work towards the qualifications) as well as solid IT MS Office skills, you'll have a strong customer service ethos and excellent organisational skills. A team player, the ability to work flexibly across departments, and someone who takes the initiative will be key ingredients to being successful in this position.

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit www.reading-college.ac.uk

Closing date: 10am on 8th August 2011.

Apprenticeship Co-ordinator Reading College

Salary: £19,309 - £21,104 p.a.

Ref: ES-AC-028

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Berkshire's thriving further education establishment, Reading College.

In this exciting and challenging position, your key role will involve ensuring our apprenticeship programme is being delivered smoothly and successfully. Taking responsibility for all administrative and financial procedures, you'll make sure best practice and compliance procedures are undertaken at all times.

As the first point of college contact with curriculum teams and employers, you are to be heavily involved in all aspects of the Apprenticeship programme. With experience of government employment and education initiatives, you'll be working with curriculum teams to recruit students, administer health and safety/induction procedures, co-ordinate delivery and review the programme upon completion, while at all times ensuring all contractual obligations are met. With growth targets to meet, we'll be looking to you to help make sure we achieve them and develop strong employer engagement.

Previous experience of Apprenticeship Programmes (or similar) is vital to this role. It's a busy and exciting position so organisation and the ability to react quickly must be something that comes naturally to you. With business acumen and first class communication skills, you'll be comfortable dealing with a variety of stakeholders, from learners, curriculum teams and employers.

Assessor/Verifier or any Health and Safety related qualifications is desirable, however both GCSE Maths and English grade A-C along with competent IT skills is an essential requirement.

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit www.reading-college.ac.uk

Closing date: 10am on 8th August 2011.

Advice and Admissions Co-ordinator Reading College

Salary: £26,749 - £29,237 p.a.

Ref: SS-AAC-001

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Berkshire's thriving further education establishment, Reading College.

Delivering a high quality level of customer service is one of the College's highest priorities and this role is one of the lynchpins in making sure that happens. Dealing with a wide variety of customers, you'll ensure we're delivering this level of service to those coming into contact with the College, from front line services, enquires, call centre and enrolment.

Managing a team you'll inspire, lead and motivate staff to provide a highly professional service overseeing performance and monitoring customer contact addressing issues as required. You will also play a major role in student enrolment taking responsibility of payments and refunds where necessary.

A sound understanding of further education is an essential requirement of this role, especially knowledge of eligibility criteria and progression routes. Providing the highest levels of customer service should be a passion of yours and you should be able to demonstrate experience of managing a customer service environment successfully. A qualification in customer services is desirable however all candidates should have at Level 2 English (or equivalent).

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit www.reading-college.ac.uk

Closing date: 10am on 8th August 2011.

Lecturer in Travel and Tourism Reading College

Salary: £23,757 - £32,909 p.a.

Ref: HHTTT-LETT-246

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Berkshire's thriving further education establishment, Reading College.

In this role, you will teach Travel and Tourism learning programmes to students, using a range of diverse learning and teaching strategies and investigative methods that will encourage independent learning.

Through the use of challenging individual targets and learning plans, you will be required to ensure that student achievement is optimised. You will also support students in overcoming any difficulties they experience during their studies.

As part of your role, you will produce lesson plans and a variety of resources that will enable your students to take part in learning activities. To monitor their success, you will be required to produce and manage data reports detailing their achievements.

You will hold a teaching qualification, a degree or you will have experience and current knowledge in a relevant industry or subject. You will also have outstanding communication skills to enable you to deliver high standards of teaching and learning from the outset. You will also have a proven track record of delivering effective teaching and assessment in this area.

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit www.reading-college.ac.uk

Closing date: 10am on 8th August 2011.

Lecturer in Sport Reading College

Salary: £23,757 - £32,909 p.a.

Ref: BPSM-LESP-151

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Berkshire's thriving further education establishment, Reading College.

In this role, you will teach Sports learning programmes to students, using a range of diverse learning and teaching strategies and investigative methods that will encourage independent learning.

Through the use of challenging individual targets and learning plans, you will be required to ensure that student achievement is optimised. You will also support students in overcoming any difficulties they experience during their studies.

As part of your role, you will produce lesson plans and a variety of resources that will enable your students to take part in learning activities. To monitor their success, you will be required to produce and manage data reports detailing their achievements.

You will hold a teaching qualification, a degree or you will have experience and current knowledge in a relevant industry or subject. You will also have outstanding communication skills to enable you to deliver high standards of teaching and learning from the outset. You will also have a proven track record of delivering effective teaching and assessment in this area.

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit www.reading-college.ac.uk

Closing date: 10am on 8th August 2011.

Technician - Hair and Therapy Reading College

Salary: £19,309 - £21,104 p.a.

Ref: ALGL-TECHSC-072

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Berkshire's thriving higher education establishment, Reading College.

You will work in the college practical labs and Realistic Working Environments as a technician to effectively deliver teaching and learning to college students. Taking a lead role, you will ensure that the practical facilities are well maintained and students work in a safe learning environment.

As a technician, you will be responsible for maintaining all equipment used by the students and ensure that working conditions are safe and consistent. The preparation of the practical labs and monitoring of hair and beauty equipment is important in ensuring lecturers and students have all the tools they need. Liaising with lecturers for the preparation of practical classes and co-ordinating timetables will also be an important part of your role.

It is essential that you have GCSE Maths and English Grade A-C and show a willingness to undertake staff development and training where necessary. With a sound knowledge of technical equipment, you will offer your professional advice and support to lecturers and students.

You will have good organisational, planning and communication skills and have a methodical approach. With the ability to work and build relationships with lecturers and students, you must also use your own initiative to solve practical problems that you may encounter.

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit www.reading-college.ac.uk

Closing date: 10am on 8th August 2011.

Technician - Engineering (Mechanical & Electrical) / Construction Craft

Reading College

Technician - Engineering (Mechanical & Electrical)

Salary: £19,309 - £21,104

Ref: ENG-TECHME-068

Technician - Construction Craft

Salary: £19,309 - £21,104 p.a.

Ref: ALGL-TECHSC-072

Two exciting opportunities have arisen at Berkshire's thriving higher education establishment, Reading College.

You will work in the college practical labs and Realistic Working Environments as a technician to effectively deliver teaching and learning to college students. Taking a lead role, you will ensure that the practical facilities are well maintained and students work in a safe learning environment.

As a technician, you will be responsible for maintaining all equipment used by the students and ensure that working conditions are safe and consistent. The preparation of the practical labs and monitoring of mechanical and electrical equipment is important in ensuring lecturers and students have all the tools they need. Liaising with lecturers for the preparation of practical classes and co-ordinating timetables will also be an important part of your role.

It is essential that you have GCSE Maths and English Grade A-C and show a willingness to undertake staff development and training where necessary. With a sound knowledge of technical equipment, you will offer your professional advice and support to lecturers and students.

You will have good organisational, planning and communication skills and have a methodical approach. With the ability to work and build relationships with lecturers and students, you must also use your own initiative to solve practical problems that you may encounter.

If you would like to apply for either of these positions, please visit www.reading-college.ac.uk

Closing date: 10am on 8th August 2011.

Technician - Chemistry / Physics Reading College

Technician - Chemistry

Salary: £19,309 - £21,104 p.a. (0.5 FTE)

Ref: ALGL-TECHSC-072

Technician - Physics

Salary: £19,309 - £21,104 p.a. (0.5 FTE)

Ref: AKGK-TECHSC-072

Two exciting opportunities have arisen at Berkshire's thriving higher education establishment, Reading College.

You will work in the college practical labs and Realistic Working Environments as a technician to effectively deliver teaching and learning to college students. Taking a lead role, you will ensure that the practical facilities are well maintained and students work in a safe learning environment.

As a technician, you will be responsible for maintaining all equipment used by the students and ensure that working conditions are safe and consistent. The preparation of the practical labs and monitoring of chemistry equipment is important in ensuring lecturers and students have all the tools they need. Liaising with lecturers for the preparation of practical classes and co-ordinating timetables will also be an important part of your role.

It is essential that you have GCSE Maths and English Grade A-C and show a willingness to undertake staff development and training where necessary. With a sound knowledge of technical equipment, you will offer your professional advice and support to lecturers and students.

You will have good organisational, planning and communication skills and have a methodical approach. With the ability to work and build relationships with lecturers and students, you must also use your own initiative to solve practical problems that you may encounter.

If you would like to apply for either of these positions, please visit www.reading-college.ac.uk

Closing date: 10am on 8th August 2011.

Student Finance Adviser Reading College

Salary: £21,740 - £23,757 p.a. (0.5 FTE)

Ref: SS-SFA-060

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Berkshire's thriving higher education establishment, Reading College.

Your responsibility in this role is to raise student participation and retention at the College through the provision of advice and support with their finances. You will provide advice on a range of issues relevant to financing, such as debt and money management, sources of funding and financial literacy.

You will need to keep up-to-date with guidance and policies relevant to student funding, and benefits and support schemes, as well as be responsible for understanding regulations and any changes to finance services and provisions. Through the delivery of advice to students on financial support, you will ensure they are aware of their options and support from the College.

To be successful, you will need to have GCSE Maths and English Grade A-C and desirably a Level 3/4 Advice qualification. You will be able to demonstrate knowledge of financial support and apply that knowledge through support to students to manage money, debt and develop financial literacy skills. You will be computer literate with an analytical mind and able to organise and plan your work effectively.

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit www.reading-college.ac.uk

Closing date: 10am on 8th August 2011.

School Partnerships Co-ordinator Reading College

Salary: £24,473 - £25,967 p.a.

Ref: SS-1416CORD-58

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Berkshire's thriving further education establishment, Reading College.

In this exciting and challenging position, your key role will be to act as the main point of contact for schools, guiding strong links with colleges, promoting partnership working and successful transition from school to college.

Reporting to the Student Services Manager, you'll work with curriculum teams to develop, cost and deliver a varied 14-16 offer that provides good progression into post 16 vocational education to the College. You'll also be working alongside the marketing team to promote our offer to schools, parents and pupils through a variety of marketing materials, from websites, presentations and workshops. You are also required to process applications and maintain an overview of the 14-16 students' progress, liaising directly with school staff where appropriate.

A degree or teaching qualification is not essential although would be an advantage. You must however have a sound knowledge of current and developing Key Stage 4 and post 16 vocational provision along with a Level 3 qualification (or equivalent). A natural leader, you'll inspire and motivate staff with the ability to react quickly to change. You are happy communicating to a variety of different people, offering well informed reliable advice and you are completely comfortable with promoting educational programmes.

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit www.reading-college.ac.uk

Closing date: 10am on 8th August 2011.

PR and Communications Co-ordinator Reading College

Salary: £24,473 - £25,967 p.a.

Ref: MKT-PRCC-049

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Berkshire's thriving higher education establishment, Reading College.

In this engaging role, you'll interact with the media ensuring a high PR presence for Reading College. You'll capture and effectively communicate positive news stories and be tasked with significantly improving communications with students at the college.

In this role, you will be responsible for implementing a communications plan to promote Reading College's corporate message, and inspire target audiences through media including publications, the internet and broadcast media. You will write, co-ordinate and edit copy and ensure regular, positive college presence in the local media by producing targeted media releases and editorials.

You will be proactive and make a measurable impact on communications using digital media, social media and e-marketing. You will improve the College's impact with the student body using a range of media to improve the content and frequency of communications. Contribution to the development of marketing strategies and plans, and the participation in marketing events and activities is also an important responsibility.

It is essential you have a professional certificate in marketing or communications and knowledge of the principles of effective communication. You will be competent in IT packages and web 2.0 technology and its application in corporate communications. You will have excellent copywriting, editing and proof reading skills and a proven ability to build relationships with the media and external parties.

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit www.reading-college.ac.uk

Closing date: 10am on 8th August 2011.

Marketing Manager Reading College

Salary: £34,920 - £40,490 p.a.

Ref: MKT-MM-050

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Berkshire's thriving further education establishment, Reading College.

Working with the Marketing Director and Customer Services team at this important time, you will use your creativity to raise the reputation of the College to help drive up recruitment, as well as improve the awareness of the College brand. You will oversee all marketing campaigns from planning to execution, as well as managing the budget and getting the most out of the spend.

Your strong leadership skills will be used to co-ordinate the development of all the collateral for the College, such as the website and production of publications, as well as overseeing the delivery of external communications to ultimately increase interest and enrolment.

With your knowledge in digital and innovative new media, you will keep the College up-to-date by implementing strategies to use new technology within marketing campaigns.

You will be required to have a Professional Marketing Qualification or currently working towards one and on occasions be available to work evenings and weekends for enrolment and special events.

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit www.reading-college.ac.uk

Closing date: 10am on 8th August 2011.

Vocational Tutor - Health and Social Care

Reading College

Salary: £21,740 - £31,017 p.a.

Ref: HCEF-VTHSC-279

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Berkshire's thriving higher education establishment, Reading College.

As a Vocational Tutor, you will deliver high quality instruction in practical skills to students studying vocational programmes in the workplace or college Realistic Working Environments. By preparing and assessing work based learning students in their working environments, you will improve their performance and foster the development of individuals.

You will co-ordinate and manage a number of students implementing an appropriate learning experience that will lead to achievement for those undertaking the programme. By planning and reviewing student's targets, you will assist their personal development and contribute to the evaluation of learning and individual assessment plans. You will improve the quality of training for students in the workplace and also work with employers to identify and develop workforce opportunities.

You will have extensive knowledge of developments within the curriculum and the further education sector, and show willingness to develop your career through training, courses and qualifications. You will have good organisational and planning skills in order to effectively prioritise your workload, achieve performance targets and meet deadlines. Your excellent communication skills will enable you to train and develop others and support their learning.

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit www.reading-college.ac.uk

Closing date: 10am on 8th August 2011.

Information Security Architect - Security Unit

  • Grade: PL-5
  • Position N°: 1187A
  • Reference: ADB/11/129
  • Publication date: 12/07/2011
  • Closing date: 10/08/2011

Objectives

This position is located in the Security Unit (SECU). Under the direct supervision of the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) who reports directly to the Head of the Security Unit, the Senior Information Security Architect (ISA) will be responsible for establishing the target security/information assurance infrastructure architecture based on industry and the Bank policies guidance and industry best practices. The candidate will work closely with network, security, and application engineers to collaborate on secure solutions.

Duties and responsibilities

Under the direct supervision of the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), the duties and responsibilities are as follows:

  • Assess current and planned information systems, identifying security architecture issues, and designing solutions to bridge identified gaps.
  • Assist with the development of Cloud Strategy.
  • Conduct IT Project & Systems Risk Assessments using prescribed process, including mitigation planning.
  • Assist in the Development of governance documentation for Enterprise Information Security, including policies, standards, procedures and guidelines.
  • Assist in the Development of governance documentation for network and server security including policies, standards, procedures and guidelines.
  • Approve server and network security additions and changes to the IT environment.
  • Recommend new and emerging technologies that add value to the business, by reducing risk or increasing efficiency.
  • Works with Internal Auditors to satisfy audit requests and remediation of findings.
  • Recommend improvements to the business process through innovation and automation.
  • Manage, maintain and administer Enterprise security hardware, software and applications including Internet Content Filtering, Security Information and Event Monitoring, etc.
  • Plan, coordinate and execute penetration testing and vulnerability assessments on information systems.
  • Support the CISO in developing a framework for ensuring security in the Cloud.
  • Coordinate with network and application engineering teams to design secure solutions.
  • Support the evaluation and acquisition of Information Assurance tools as requested; provide guidance and work leadership to network engineers and other technical staff and may participate in special projects as required.

Selection Criteria

  • At least Master's degree in Computer / Information Science/ Business Administration or any other related discipline. CISSP, SABSA or any relevant Information Security credentials.
  • At least six (6) years of progressive experience in Information Security.
  • Excellent understanding of Risk Management and Assessment.
  • Excellent understanding of Cloud Computing concepts.
  • Strong background in Networking and understanding of OSI model
  • Excellent understanding of Security Architecture including Firewalls, IDS/IPS, NAC, SIEM, Content Filtering and authentication systems.
  • Excellent understanding of Vulnerability Assessment & technologies.
  • Proven success in management of multi-site projects and implementations.
  • Ability to troubleshoot multi-faceted problems.
  • Ability to work with teams to accomplish common goals.
  • Strong understanding of Information Security Control Frameworks (ex. COBIT, ISO, ITIL, etc).
  • Competence in the use of Bank standard software (Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint).

A full background investigation must be completed on the selected candidate


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Secretary/Receptionist - Liberia Country Office

  • Grade: NA
  • Position N°: NA
  • Reference: NA
  • Publication date: 13/07/2011
  • Closing date: 15/08/2011

Objectives

NA

Duties and responsibilities

Under the direction of the Resident Representative and Country-Sector Experts, the incumbent will be responsible for the following:

  • Receive and assist visitors to LRFO and respond to routine requests for information from the public; manage all communications through switch board.
  • Provide general secretarial assistance to the Office, especially to sector experts and visiting Bank staff.
  • Assist the Administrative Assistant in making travel arrangements for Sector Experts and visiting Bank staff.
  • Receive and screen all correspondences to LRFO and manage courier services (DHL).
  • Maintain office records and reference files on Bank Group operations in Liberia and other various subjects.
  • Take notes at meetings as required.
  • Perform other duties as required.

Selection Criteria

  • “A” Level with professional secretarial qualifications and good experience in the relevant field;
  • Thorough knowledge and use of all relevant computer software and the ability to help organize data and information retrieval systems;
  • Good interpersonal and verbal communication skills;
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills in English.

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Drivers - Liberia Country Office

  • Grade: NA
  • Position N°: NA
  • Reference: NA
  • Publication date: 13/07/2011
  • Closing date: 15/08/2011

Objectives

Under the supervision of the Resident Representative, the incumbent will be responsible for the following:

  • Transportation of the Resident Representative, Country Sector staff, visiting missions and official delegation of the Liberia Country Office, within Monrovia and to/from project sites within and outside Monrovia, as and when required;
  • Ensure routine maintenance for the vehicles of the Office
  • Perform any other duties reasonably requested by the Resident Representative and management

Duties and responsibilities

NA

Selection Criteria

  • Secondary school education with a valid driver’s license
  • Five (5) years experience as a Driver in similar International organizations and or Diplomatic missions
  • Experience and skills in minor vehicle repairs, and routine maintenance for the vehicles
  • Good knowledge of local languages and good command of written and verbal communication skills in English or French with working knowledge of the other.

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IT and Telecommunication Assistant - Liberia Country Office

  • Grade: NA
  • Position N°: NA
  • Reference: NA
  • Publication date: 13/07/2011
  • Closing date: 15/08/2011

Objectives

Under the supervision of the Resident Representative (LRFO) and in liaison with the Information Management and Methods Department (CIMM) in Tunis, the incumbent will among others:

  • Provide technical support services pertaining to telecommunications technologies including voice and data (Internet, e-mail) transmission as well as videoconferencing;
  • Repair and maintain office equipment;
  • Assist in system configurations and provide support to users of Information Technology (IT) tools.

Duties and responsibilities

The incumbent’s specific tasks will be as follows:

  • Operate and maintain the VSAT system and provide related support services;
  • Provide technical assistance to the team at Headquarters responsible for the installation, maintenance and support of the Wireless Area Network (WAN), including voice, data and videoconference transmission;
  • Provide assistance and resolve problems with regard to hardware and software at the Liberia Field Office (LRFO);
  • Ensure the adjustment, repair or replacement of defective equipment through own intervention or by returning it to suppliers for service or repair;
  • Use and maintain electrical and mechanical equipment such as the VSAT and the Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS);
  • Use test equipment, including basic computer monitoring tools;
  • Work together with technicians from Headquarters in order to conduct investigations and tests to circumscribe and correct problems;
  • As a true team player, develop, enhance and put in place means aimed at enhancing the smooth functioning and the effectiveness of products, as well as the quality of services provided to both internal and external clients;
  • Compile statistics on users’ calls pertaining to voice, fax, data and videoconference facilities through the VSAT connection;
  • By ensuring the Help Desk function, provide support to users of telecommunications and IT tools;
  • Responsibility for creating and maintaining a healthy and adequate work environment;
  • Perform any other tasks as required.

Selection Criteria

At least a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or Information Systems or Electronics, or an equivalent diploma with strong knowledge of IT Networks and Telecoms Networks;

Minimum 5 years of professional IT Networks and Telecoms or related experience, gained within a similar position;

Familiar with System software that controls activities such as input, output, dynamic resource allocation and error reporting within the operation of computer configuration (E.g. Windows, Unix, Linux).

Proficient with networking and Communication technologies including the planning and management of the interaction between two or more networking systems, computers or other “intelligent” devices (E.g. ISDN, Ethernet, TCP/IP)

Knowledge at the associate to intermediate level of TCP/IP networks, WAN protocols, wiring and cabling, and network management solutions.

Experience with Network Traffic Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools
Experience and/or knowledge with QoS implementations, VoIP, WAN switching and routing, load-balancing and application-delivery solutions

Aware of VSAT and IPBX technologies

Aware of ITIL concepts and general framework

Strong computer skills and ability to use standard technology packages and Bank’s standard software (word, excel, outlook, Power Point, MS Projects, etc…)

Ability to communicate (verbal and written) effectively in English or French, with working knowledge of the other; Knowledge of Portuguese is an advantage


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Secretary to the Resident Representative - Liberia Country Office

  • Grade: NA
  • Position N°: NA
  • Reference: NA
  • Publication date: 13/07/2011
  • Closing date: 15/08/2011

Objectives

NA

Duties and responsibilities

Under the direction of the Resident Representative, the incumbent will be responsible for the following:

  • Time management and scheduling on behalf of the Resident Representative to include effective prioritization and resolving related conflicts and competing demands;
  • Manage Resident Representative’s calendar and schedule of meetings;
  • Administer the Staff meetings, take minutes of the proceedings and ensure follow-up on agreed actions;
  • Independently respond to diverse inquiries and make decisions when multiple courses of action are possible;
  • Coordinate and monitor multiple and diverse work processes and activities to ensure that management decisions are properly carried out and products are delivered in a timely manner;
  • Ensure quality of documents requiring the Resident Representative’s approval and/or signature;
  • Keep others informed by providing relevant information, reports or status updates;
  • Draft/finalize correspondence on a range of topics on behalf of the Resident Representative and prepare minutes of meetings;
  • Be accountable for the smooth operation of the office work, support work and related systems within the Country Office by organizing and coordinating workflow;
  • Monitor media and provide daily briefs for the Resident Representative’s information; and
  • Perform any other assignments as requested by the Resident Representative and the management.

Selection Criteria

  • “A” Level with professional secretarial qualifications; minimum five years of experience in the relevant area;
  • Thorough knowledge and use of all relevant computer software, especially MS Office 2007, and the ability to help organize data and information retrieval systems;
  • Good interpersonal and verbal communication skills;
  • Proven ability to work in effectively in a team-oriented, multi-cultural environment and to function effectively as a member of various groups;
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills in English; with knowledge of Portuguese an advantage.

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Administrative and Finance Assistant - Nigeria Field Office

  • Grade: NA
  • Position N°: NA
  • Reference: NA
  • Publication date: 13/07/2011
  • Closing date: 01/08/2011

Objectives

Under the supervision of the Resident Representative, and working in consultation with Division Managers in the Financial Control Directorate (FFCO) and the General Services and Procurement Directorate (CGSP) in Tunis, the incumbent will supervise the staff and functions of administrative and client support team which is responsible for providing support to the operational staff and coordinating the functions of the front office. S/he will generally support the RR and will be part of the management team in the ADB country office in Nigeria.

Duties and responsibilities

  • Overall responsibility for maintaining the accounting books and records of the Nigeria Country Office; prepare documents to monitor the use of the Office’s resources and budget schedules – missions, short term contracts, temporary staff;
  • Supervises the work of all supporting staff and contract service providers, and ensuring that all contracts are performed accordingly;
  • Manages and maintains the physical assets of the Nigeria Country Office;
  • Supervises inventories of the office supplies, and manages requisitions from Headquarters and local procurement, as the case may be;
  • Managers official correspondence of the RR and Country/Sector Staff
  • Manages meetings of the Office
  • Establishes and maintains a filling system for important records arising from activities of the Nigeria Country Office;
  • Oversees and manages the documentation room of the Office;
  • Prepare the Country Office budget and report on its implementation (AA); and
  • Carries out any other function of administrative or similar nature as may be assigned by the RR.

Selection Criteria

  • At least a bachelor’s degree in business administration, accounting, and/or finance; and experience in administrative and financial accounting as well as the full range of office support work, with a high level of sustained performance;
  • At least five years of relevant work experience; experience in a similar multilateral organization will be considered an advantage;
  • Thorough knowledge and use of all relevant computer software and the ability to help organize data and information retrieval systems;
  • Strong interpersonal and verbal communication skills;
  • Proven ability to work in effectively in a team-oriented, multi-cultural environment and to function effectively as a member of various groups;
  • Competence in the use of Bank standard software (Word, Excel, Access, MS Projects and PowerPoint);
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills in English, with knowledge of French an advantage.

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Administrative and Finance Officer - Nigeria Field Office

  • Grade: NA
  • Position N°: NA
  • Reference: NA
  • Publication date: 13/07/2011
  • Closing date: 01/08/2011

Objectives

NA

Duties and responsibilities

  • Budget preparation and implementation: Draw up administrative budget of the Field Office following the schedule set by the Budget Department; Contribute to the preparation of centralized budgets at headquarters to take into account the particular investment needs of the Field Office; Monitor expenditure in accordance with the Bank’s internal control rules and procedures; Report periodically on the status of the budget implementation and propose possible revisions.
  • Financial management and reporting: Establish procedures and controls to improve efficiency of service and identify cost savings and promote efficient use of Bank resources; Provide guidance on accounting treatment and financial transactions with respect to NGFO; Advise management on methods to improve control environment in the Field Office; Check and approve the accounting entries in SAP; Review monthly financial report, timely preparation and verification of reports, statements and schedules for auditing of the Field Office activities.
  • Human Resources Management: Submit reports on personnel management; Manage office staff benefits in accordance with the Human Resources policy and instructions in force; Assist the Resident Representative with consultant recruitment and staffing issues.
  • General Administration & Procurement: Oversee institutional procurement of goods and services and management of property and equipment; Supervise procurement of goods and services in keeping with the Bank’s rules and procedures; Prepare and monitor service providers’ contracts; Ascertain sound stock keeping for office supplies and inventory of Bank property and equipment; Control the processing of mission expenditure advances and balances; Ensure the quality of Bank facilities in NGFO, including workspaces according to Bank standards, property and equipment as well as service provision relating to the upkeep, maintenance and security of facilities; Inform and discuss with counterparts at Headquarters the administrative problems affecting NGFO in order to find appropriate solutions thereto; Facilitate the obtainment of administrative documents necessary for the proper functioning of the office and staff from the relevant authorities; Organize, supervise and monitor the activities of administrative staff and ensure appropriate training for the latter in order to obtain quality services.
  • Undertake any other official duties that may be assigned by the Resident Representative. The Administrative and Finance Officer will ensure monthly monitoring of finance and administrative activities of the Country Office; Prepare a quarterly report for the respective managers highlighting issues that require their attention; Ensure that proper administrative and logistic controls are implemented; Ensure that proper control mechanism, segregation of duties are in place and that Bank procedures are fully implemented.

Selection Criteria

  • At least a Master’s degree in Accountancy, Finance or Administration. Membership to an internationally recognized professional accounting body (CA, CPA, ACCA or Expert Comptable) would be an advantage.
  • A minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience including 3 years of experience in an accounting firm or in an international/multinational financial organization, plus 2 years in a public or private sector organization.
  • Capacity to work effectively in a team.
  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing, in English or French.
  • Competency in the use of Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Knowledge of SAP S/R would be an advantage.

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Auditor General - Office of the Auditor General

  • Grade: EL-4
  • Position N°: NA
  • Reference: ADB/11/132
  • Publication date: 13/07/2011
  • Closing date: 07/08/2011

Objectives

The Office of the Auditor-General, led by the Auditor General, shall be responsible for planning, organizing, directing and controlling a broad, comprehensive program of auditing both internally and externally including without limitation all projects and programs of the Bank group. He/she shall provide all levels of management with periodic, independent and objective appraisals and audits of financial, accounting, operational, administrative and other activities, including identifying possible means of improving accountability, efficiency of operations and economy in the use of resources.

The Auditor General position is a 5-year contract position or up to the Bank official retirement age, whichever is earlier. The appointment could be renewed once and he/she shall not be eligible for staff appointment thereafter.

Duties and responsibilities

The overall responsibility is to provide independent, objective assurance and consulting services designed to add value and improve the Bank's operations and shall include but not be limited to establishing long- and medium-term operating objectives and priorities, planning, organizing, directing and controlling a broad, comprehensive program of auditing, essentially:

  • Developing a flexible annual audit plan using appropriate risk-based methodology, including any risks or control concerns identified by management, and submit the plan to the audit committee for review and approval.
  • Determining whether the Bank's framework of risk management, control, and governance processes, as designed and implemented by management, is adequate and functioning by assessing the adequacy and effectiveness of the Bank's processes for controlling its activities and managing its risk.
  • Performing financial, operational, administrative and information technology audits, including without limitation, field verification of projects and programs financed by the Bank.
  • Reviewing the systems of internal controls maintained by the Bank to safeguard its financial and physical assets, verifying the existence of related assets and making recommendations to correct any weaknesses.
  • Reviewing the reliability, accuracy and integrity of significant financial and automated management information systems, ensuring that such systems employ essential controls which minimize the risk of unauthorized activity.
  • Implementing the annual audit plan, as approved, including, as appropriate, any special tasks or assignments requested by the President and/or the Board; and, reporting periodically on the status and results of the annual audit plan as well as on the adequacy of the office resources.
  • Providing consulting, advisory and audit services, beyond internal auditing assurance services, to assist management in meeting its objectives; and, maintaining a quality assurance program by which the Auditor General assures that the internal auditing processes and procedures are in accordance with the standards.
  • Evaluating and assessing significant new or changing services, processes, operations, and controls relating to their development and implementation.
  • Liaising with the external auditors as appropriate, for the purpose of providing optimal audit coverage to the Bank.
  • Maintaining an on-going system of monitoring the adequacy of the actions taken by management to implement internal and external audit recommendations and reporting on the status of implementation.

Key Interactions:

Internal

  • Board of Directors and the President: to defend the Annual Work program and Audit Reports.
  • Vice Presidents: to discuss major investigations and audits findings and recommendations and seek agreement for implementation.
  • Director COBS: Work on PBD, alignment of resources with Strategy & performance monitoring.
  • Departmental Directors: to discuss objectives of audits, investigations and findings recommendations ad well as implementations of Audit recommendations.

External

  • Directors of the sister institutions and UN Agencies: to exchange views and network on issues concerning auditing.
  • Bank member countries: to exchange information on pertinent audit matters.
  • Supreme Audit Institutions of member countries: Network and exchange of information on pertinent audit matters and results.
  • Represent the Bank at professional forums.

Selection Criteria

  • At least a Master’s degree in Finance, accounting or related areas. In addition, internationally recognized professional qualification in accounting, finance and auditing such as CPA, CA, ACCA are used as equivalencies for Master’s degree, if the candidate has also an undergraduate degree like Bachelor degree in the anglophone system and a “Maîtrise” issued under the francophone system.
  • At least 10 years professional internal and/or external auditing experience in a multi-national institution, company or professional practice, of which at least 5 years at the highest managerial level.
  • A significant degree of influencing skills and experience in communication with different levels of management.
  • Strong organizational and analytical ability, attention to detail and ability to work independently and manage challenges.
  • Integrity and strong interpersonal skills and ability to provide team leadership.
  • Excellent leadership and communication skills; ability to communicate and write effectively in English and/or French with good working knowledge of the other language.
  • Competence in the use of standard software application.

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Friday, July 29, 2011

Special Advisor, Mexico

The American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative (“ABA ROLI”) seeks a full-time Program Director, to be based in Mexico City, who will manage an anticipated three-year program to strengthen Mexico's federal public defender office during the country's transition to the accusatorial legal system (“Program”). The Program will train the country's federal public defenders on criminal defense representation under the accusatorial system, strengthen the capacity of the federal public defender's office to fulfill its mission, and educate the public on the importance of indigent criminal defense.

The Program Director will lead the Program in the following activities: • Provide overall field responsibility. • Develop and implement long- and short-term strategies, work plans, and activities. • Manage international and local staff. • Conduct financial oversight. • Manage relations with donors and counterparts. • Provide technical assistance, including training in trial advocacy skills.

Job requirements include: • An advanced degree in law. • Professional fluency in Spanish and English. • Strong interpersonal and intercultural skills. • Excellent verbal and written communications skills. • Experience in criminal defense litigation. Preferred job candidates will also have experience in management of U.S. government programs in the region.

ABA ROLI is a non-profit program that implements legal reform programs in roughly 40 countries around the world. ABA ROLI has nearly 700 professional staff work¬ing abroad and in its Washington, D.C. office. ABA ROLI's host country partners include judges, lawyers, bar associations, law schools, court administrators, legislatures, ministries of justice and a wide array of civil society organizations, including human rights groups.

Application: please visit http://www2.americanbar.org/hr/default.aspx to apply. Please note that due to the high volume of applications, we are only able to follow up with candidates selected for interviews.

Agricultural Finance Consultant, Tajikistan

Since 1963 and in 145 countries, ACDI/VOCA has empowered people in developing and transitional nations to succeed in the global economy. Based in Washington, D.C., ACDI/VOCA is a nonprofit international development organization that delivers technical and management assistance in agribusiness, financial services, enterprise development, community development and food security in order to promote broad-based economic growth and vibrant civil society. ACDI/VOCA currently has approximately 97 projects in 40 countries and revenues of $124 million.

Agricultural Finance Consultant, Tajikistan We are currently seeking a short-term Agricultural Finance Consultant for the ongoing USAID-funded Productive Agriculture Project in Tajikistan (PRO-APT). The five-year activity seeks to improve the competitiveness of high-potential value chains (apricots, tomatoes, watermelons, onions and lemons) in order to improve profitability of farms and agribusinesses. The Agricultural Finance Consultant will determine key financing opportunities for agricultural production and evaluate the actors, tools and methodologies which will enable this financing. The assignment will culminate in a training of partner banks and microfinance institutions.

Responsibilities: • Assess client farms to understand capacity and demand for production credit. • Meet with partner financial institutions to assess existing lending methodologies of banks and microfinance institutions for agricultural production. • In conjunction with project staff, develop a methodology/curriculum for training of loan officers on the production cycles of farming businesses. • Conduct a loan officer training on production cycles of farming businesses using the developed curriculum. • Complete a final assessment report describing the agricultural portfolios of partners, opportunities for expansion, and next steps for project staff.

Qualifications: • Advanced degree in finance, agricultural lending, agricultural economics or a related field is required. • Minimum 10 years of experience in agricultural credit, risk assessments, product development, and/or agricultural loans is required. • Creative and collaborative management skills, including the ability to work as a collaborative team player, are required. • Previous experience with USAID-funded projects is strongly preferred. • Experience working in the NIS region preferred. • Fluency in English is required.

Please apply online at http://acdivoca.maxhire.net/cp/?E5556C361D43515B7E59192F77561E680D627B4D. No phone calls please. Only finalists contacted. Women and minorities encouraged to apply. EOE.

Rural Development Program Coordinator

The Rural Development Program Coordinator provides overall leadership to the Remote Ethnic Groups Program. This includes quality assurance, technical support and supervision of a team composed of project managers, technical specialists and partners working across a range of projects.

During the transition phase in 2011-13, the Rural Development Program Coordinator will primarily provide operational support to the Project Managers responsible for management of the projects, and coordination of the projects making up the Remote Ethnic Groups Program. This includes a portfolio of AusAID, CARE Australia, EU and SDC funded projects with a focus on improving food security, sustainable agricultural livelihoods and water, sanitation and hygiene. The Rural Development Program Coordinator will lead the development of new project proposals, and is required to be a member of CARE Laos’ Emergency Response Team. In year two of this position, there will be an increased focus on program development, impact and national level engagement.

For further details please refer to the CARE Australia Website www.care.org.au

Women’s Program Coordinator

This position is subject to funding approval. The Women’s Program Coordinator provides overall leadership to the Marginalised Urban Women Program and the women’s inclusiveness stream (in particular maternal and reproductive health) in the Remote Ethnic Groups Program. This includes quality assurance, technical support and supervision of a team composed of project managers, technical specialists and partners working across a range of projects.

During the transition phase in 2011-13, the Women’s Program Coordinator will primarily provide operational support to the Project Managers responsible for management of the projects, and coordination of the projects making up the Marginalised Urban Women Program. This includes an AusAID funded legal awareness and life skills project based in Vientiane, and a proposal pending with the EU. The Women’s Coordinator will provide technical support to the maternal health projects based in the rural sub-offices, and will lead the development of new project proposals. The Women’s Program Coordinator will be required to be a member of CARE Laos’ Emergency Response Team. In year two of this position, there will be an increased focus on program development, impact and national level engagement.

For further details please refer to the CARE Australia Website www.care.org.au

Nepal: Resident Director for Political Party Programs

The National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI) is seeking an individual to direct its political party development assistance program in Nepal. The Resident Program Director would oversee a broad-ranging training and assistance effort designed to help political parties develop internal governance and policymaking structures, better connect with voters and constituents, and improve their electoral competitiveness. The Resident Program Director reports directly to the Senior Resident Director (chief of party) in Nepal and would be supported by staff in Kathmandu and Washington, D.C. The Resident Director is based in Kathmandu.

A commitment of at least two years is expected for this position.

Background

NDI has been working in Nepal since 1994 to strengthen the country’s democratic processes. In recent years, the Institute has conducted voter education programs to promote citizen involvement in the political sphere, supported anti-corruption efforts, carried out nationwide public opinion polling, and conducted programs to increase the political participation and effectiveness of local women leaders and activists. The Institute has also implemented programs to promote consensus building between parties, strengthen political party leadership and governance, and encourage civil society and media oversight of the political process.

The Institute received a five-year grant from USAID in August 2010, to assist political parties and the Constituent Assembly/Parliament in Nepal. The four years left in the program involve a comprehensive program to help political parties develop their organizational capacity and strengthen their electoral competitiveness.

NDI is currently working with Nepal’s political parties and supporting them with capacity-building for their internal training units, as well as devising reform strategies for key areas they identified for change and reform. The Institute’s programs have been designed following a political party baseline assessment conducted in year one of the grant, and the first 12 months of the assistance package is outlined in individual political party training plans and memoranda of understanding. The Institute is also facilitating inter party dialogue through the Inter Party Alliance, and promoting citizen access information about the political process through a media component that builds journalists’ capacity in the investigative journalism area.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee the design and implementation of NDI’s political party development program in Nepal;
  • Provide training and consultation to program partners in areas related to organizational capacity building, including: internal governance, internal and external communications, membership and recruitment, and resource mobilization,
  • Provide training and consultation to program partners in areas related to electoral competitiveness, including: campaign strategy and planning, message development, candidate and campaign staff training;
  • Develop specific initiatives to promote the role of women as leaders within parties and as political candidates;
  • Provide day-to-day management and oversight of local program staff;
  • Oversee the in-country program budget and projections;
  • Establish and maintain close working relationships with political parties, election and government officials, women’s groups and civil society organizations;
  • Report on political developments in Nepal that may affect program outcomes to the Washington, DC-based staff on a regular basis;
  • Manage the development, review and timely submission of program-related materials, including regular reports that measure and evaluate program results;
  • Assist in the representation of NDI to Nepali election and government officials, political party leaders and candidates, the US Embassy, USAID and other donors, and local and international non-governmental organizations.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a field of study related to international development; graduate degree in political science, international relations, public policy, law, or related field preferred;
  • A minimum of fourteen (14) years relevant work experience as a political party trainer or working with non-governmental organizations, legislatures or political parties at the state/provincial or national level;
  • Ability to live and work in a challenging political environment;
  • Experience in results-oriented program design, strategic planning, and program evaluation;
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with senior political leaders, as well as members of the donor and diplomatic community;
  • Robust training experience and workshop facilitation skills;
  • Exceptional interpersonal and managerial skills and cultural sensitivity to effectively interact with all levels of staff, U.S. and foreign government personnel, members of donor organizations, funders, and policymakers;
  • Proven capacity to meet program goals while managing financial and administrative responsibilities;
  • Proven capacity to communicate skills and experience to others as a trainer and advisor;
  • Sound political and negotiation skills, and extensive experience in working on political issues;
  • Superior oral and written communications skills to effectively present information in a clear and persuasive manner in English;
  • Exceptional analytical skills for interpreting complex program and political issues;
  • Ability to adjust programmatic activities based on changing political circumstances and in response to needs articulated by local partners and program stakeholders;
  • Experience in implementing large USAID-funded international development programs strongly preferred; and
  • Working knowledge of PC-based word processing and spreadsheet applications.

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Consultancy - Micro-Insurance for Sustainability of Water - CAR

Termes de Référence : Consultation sur l’Etablissement d’un Système de Micro-Assurance pour la Pérennisation des Infrastructures Hydrauliques dans la Préfecture de Nana Mambéré, République Centrafricaine

Résumé de la Position:

Financé par le Projet: « Accroitre l’accès à l’eau potable et l’assainissement de base pour la population

de la préfecture de la Nana Mambéré » (Commission Européenne)

Type de Position: Consultant

Location Principale: Bouar, Republique Centrafricaine (RCA)

Durée: Environs 18 Journées de Travail (avec 2 jours de voyage),

Dates Prévues: Septembre 2011

Comment postuler: Il faut envoyer un CV et une lettre de couverture (qui spécifie votre taux journalière) à Carron Beaumont, avant le 15 aout 2011.

L’Objectif de la Consultation:

Le but principal de la consultation est de soutenir l’équipe Eau et Assainissement de Mercy Corps en RCA pendant la planification d’une stratégie de pérennisation des ouvrages hydrauliques dans la préfecture de la Nana Mambéré. L’objectif spécifique est de faire une analyse systématique de la possibilité d’établir un système de micro-assurance pérenne à but non-lucratif dans la préfecture, et de rédiger une guide permettant à l’équipe de mettre en route les démarches nécessaires pour faire face aux défis de pérennisation des points d’eau déjà réalisés depuis 2008 par Mercy Corps aussi bien que pour les points d’eau qui seront aussi réalisés en partenariat avec l’Eglise Evangélique Luthérienne de la République Centrafricaine EEL-RCA dans le cadre de la mise en œuvre du programme Eau, Hygiène et Assainissement de Mai 2011 à Avril 2014.

Sur la base des différents systèmes analysés et des échanges faits avec le gestionnaire du programme Eau, Assainissement et Hygiène et son équipe et les communautés concernées, le consultant définira la méthodologie la plus appropriée pour avoir les informations qualitatives et quantitatives permettant de définir le système le plus viable de micro assurance à but non lucratif adapté aux réalités des sites du programme. Les résultats obtenus et le système approprié défini seront partagés avec MC RCA, MC HQ et au Donateur puis les acteurs de mise en œuvre du programme et de la communauté seront formés à cet effet.

Pour ce faire, la période de consultation comprendra trois étapes :

  • Une période de recherche de bureau sur les formes de systèmes de micro-assurances à but non lucratif existants dans le monde, en Afrique et éventuellement en RCA sur la pérennisation des pompes des forages installés et à installer ; et planification de la période de consultation en RCA (outils, méthodologies, récolte des informations nécessaires en coordination avec l’équipe en RCA)
  • Une période de consultation en RCA, qui inclura (dans la mesure du possible) une évaluation des systèmes de micro assurance à but non lucratif développés à la base par certaines ONG en RCA (notamment ICDI) portant sur la pérennisation des forages réalisés, consultation avec l’équipe Mercy Corps et son partenaire l’Eglise Evangélique Luthérienne de la République Centrafricaine (EEL-RCA), consultations avec les communautés et comités d’eau établis (etc.)
  • Une période de rédaction qui aboutira dans une guide sur les stratégies de pérennisation possibles selon le contexte en RCA (plan de négoces pour un système de micro-assurances, identification d’autres stratégies possibles en cas de non-faisabilité d’un système de micro-assurances durable)

Contexte:

Mercy Corps (MC) est une ONG internationale qui existe afin de soulager la souffrance, la pauvreté, et l’oppression en aidant les populations à construire des communautés plus sûres, plus productives, et plus justes. Depuis 2007, Mercy Corps développe des actives humanitaires dans la Préfecture de Nana Mambéré en RCA et se basant sur les résultats de l’évaluation faite en Novembre 2007. Les programmes humanitaires et de développement en eau, hygiène et assainissement en cours se localisent dans les villes de Bouar, Baboua, Baoro et bientôt à Abba et couvrent la mobilisation de la communauté, l’amélioration de l’accès à l’eau de la communauté par la réalisation des ouvrages d’eau, la promotion de l’hygiène à travers l’éducation à l’hygiène et le renforcement des capacités communautaires à mieux gérer durablement les infrastructures sociocommunautaires réalisées. Pour réaliser efficacement ce dernier volet, Mercy Corps veut promouvoir un système de micro assurance à but non lucratif garantissant un réapprovisionnement efficace et durable des pièces de rechange et la réparation des pannes qui surviendront sur les pompes et les équipements des forages et des puits. Au moins 194 000 personnes bénéficiaires sont concernées par ce programme et environ 100 comités de gestion des pompes seront visés par ce système à développer au sein des communautés bénéficiaires des interventions de Mercy Corps à travers ses programmes jusqu’en 2014.

Depuis 2010, on a travaillé avec notre partenaire EEL-RCA sur un programme d’Associations d’Epargne et de Crédit, financé par la Commission Européenne, à Bouar, ce qui nous a permit d’établir 169 associations d’épargne et de crédit dans la région, et de connaitre la capacité du partenaire EEL-RCA qui pourrait jouer un rôle centrale dans le système de pérennisation des ouvrages hydrauliqeus dans la région.

L’objectif spécifique du programme Eau, Assainissement et Hygiène dans sa deuxième phase à Bouar est : ‘’Accroitre l'accès à et la demande pour l'eau potable et améliorer les pratiques d'assainissement et d'hygiène pour une population de 194,852 dans les 4 sous-préfectures de la Nana Mambéré (Bouar, Baoro, Baboua et Abba), tout en développant les capacités des communautés de mener leur développement à long terme’’, ce qui fait un point capital sur le développement à long terme.

Les Sources d’Information

En tant que les documents de projet, les documents suivants pourrait donner plus d’informations sur le projet en cours:

  • Documents de projet « Accroitre l’accès à l’eau potable et l’assainissement de base pour la population de la préfecture de la Nana Mambéré » (Commission Européenne) phase I et phase II : Formulaires de Demande ; Cadres Logiques
  • Rapport Finale sur le Phase I du projet « Accroitre l’accès à l’eau potable et l’assainissement de base pour la population de la préfecture de la Nana Mambéré »
  • Module de Formation de Comités de Point d’Eau
  • Rapports sur les réunions avec les comités de gestion de point d’eau sur la maintenance des pompes
  • Evaluation de la capacité d’ EEL-RCA faite en Février 2010 en fonction de leur capacité d’être partenaire pour le projet « Associations Villageoises d’Epargne et de Crédit »
  • Evaluation Finale et le Rapport Finale du projet « Associations Villageoises d’Epargne et de Crédit »

Les Questions Clés de la Consultation:

Le consultant devra prendre en compte certaines préoccupations lors de son consultation :

L’EFFICACITÉ DE DIFFERENTS APPROCHES À LA PERENISATION, GLOBALEMENT ET DANS LE CONTEXTE DE PROJETS ANTERIEURS D’EAU, ASSAINISSEMENT ET HYGIENE EN RCA

  • Quels sont les systèmes de pérennisation qui existent dans le monde / en Afrique et en RCA, et quels sont les conditions préalables / leçons apprises pour le bon fonctionnement de chaque type afin d’identifier le mieux système pour le contexte en RCA dans notre projet?
  • Quelle forme de micro assurance irait mieux pour la taille, la durée et le site de ce projet ?
  • Si il est évident selon les informations collectés qu’un système de micro-assurance tel qu’envisagé par les documents de projet n’est pas faisable de manière durable à Nana Mambéré, quelles sont les options alternatives ?
  • Quels sont les points forts et les points faibles de la mise en place et l’encadrement de comités de gestion par Mercy Corps pour la pérennisation des points d’eau pendant la première phase du projet eau, assainissement et hygiène?
  • Quelles sont les capacités développées par Mercy Corps et par le partenaire PASE/EEL (projet d’Aménagement des Sources d’Eau) pour l’encadrement de ces comites selon les objectifs dudit projet ?
  • Quelles sont les recommandations pour améliorer le bon fonctionnement des comités de gestion d’eau dans l’avenir?

FAISIBILITE D’UN SYSTEME DE MICRO-ASSURANCES DANS LE CONTEXTE DE NANA MAMBERE, RCA

  • Quelles sont les capacités contributives des populations bénéficiaires et leur disposition/volonté à payer les cotisations?
  • Quelle est la capacité d’EEL-RCA pour l’encadrement et la pérennité d’un système de micro-assurances ?
  • Comment l’EEL-RCA garantira le fonctionnement de ce business non lucratif et la disponibilité permanente des pièces de rechange de même que le dynamisme autour du circuit d’approvisionnement des pièces de rechange?
  • Quel système d’approvisionnement, de réapprovisionnement et de stockage des pièces de rechanges sera plus adaptes a la situation du programme en cours ?
  • Quels sont les scenarios possibles sur le plan quantitatif des pompes pour assurer une réussite de la micro assurance non lucrative ?
  • Quel accompagnement/formation donné(e) aux comités de gestion (de base) pour la réussite du développement de la micro assurance ?
  • Comment les comités de gestions accèderont-ils à la couverture par cette micro assurance ?
  • Que devra faire MC durant la période de mise en œuvre du programme pour un ancrage du système de micro assurance à but non lucratif qui sera défini et par EELRCA et par les comités de bases/communautés ?
  • Quelle formation adéquate à donner aux équipes de MC et de EELRCA pour la maitrise de la mise en œuvre de la micro assurance ?

Les Méthodes d’Investigation:

Afin de maximiser la productivité de la période de consultation, il se peut que certains éléments de l’évaluation peuvent s’effectuer avant que le consultant se déplace vers RCA, ce qui est soumis à la coordination avec le gestionnaire de programme Eau, Assainissement et Hygiène pendant la phase principale de l’évaluation.

On envisage que les méthodes peuvent inclure (parmi d’autres): un analyse de bureau des documents pertinents; une étude de disponibilité de bénéficiaires à payer pour un service de micro-assurances ; des rencontres et entretiens avec les parties prenantes ; des discussions en groupe focale avec les comités de gestion ; modèle de business pour le système de micro-assurances prenant en compte les informations pertinents au projet (# de pompes, distance de pompes des centres urbains, cout de transport, cout de pièces de rechange et services de réparation, etc)

La Planification et la Logistique:

Le total de journées de travail sera 18 (avec 2 jours de voyage), selon la planification des activités suivante:

Activités

Journées de travail

Date Limite

  • Recherche de bureau sur les systèmes de pérennisation des ouvrages hydrauliques
  • Développement de la méthodologie et les outils pour l’investigation
  • Coordination avec l’équipe Eau et Assainissement en RCA pour la collecte d’informations supplémentaires
  • Analyse des informations provenant des premières évaluations faites par l’équipe Eau et Assainissement sous la direction du consultant

3 jours de travail

11 Septembre

  • Arrivée en RCA après voyage depuis pays d’origine

1 ou 2 jours de voyage, dépendant du pays d’origine du consultant

12 Septembre

  • Effectuer l’évaluation en RCA

12 jours de travail

26 septembre

  • Analyse d’information et rédaction d’un plan de business pour le système de micro-assurance; et d’un guide d’implémentation pour MC et son partenaire EEL-RCA pour la pérennisation des ouvrages hydrauliques

2 jours de travail

29 septembre

  • Présentation des conclusions de la consultation à l’équipe MC / EEL-RCA, et révisions aux documents pour prendre en compte les remarques de l’équipe

1 jour de travail

30 septembre

  • Départ RCA et voyage vers pays d’origine

1 ou 2 jours de voyage, dépendant du pays d’origine du consultant

1 octobre

Cet horaire peut être soumis aux changements selon le gré du gestionnaire de programme, avec l’accord préalable du chef de mission de Mercy Corps en RCA. Les dates sont indicatives et peuvent changer selon la disponibilité du consultant, les nécessités programmatiques et les horaires de vols vers RCA. Avant de signer un contrat, on déterminera le nombre de journées de travail nécessaire et l’horaire précis.

Les Produits Attendus de la Consultation

Les consultant est responsable de délivrer les produits suivants à la fin du période de consultation:

  • Le plan de négoces pour le système de micro-assurances
  • Le rapport sur l’évaluation faite sur l’efficacité de différentes approches à la pérennisation des points d’eau, qui inclut les outils utilisé pendant l’évaluation
  • Un guide pour l’équipe MC / PASE-EEL qui prend en compte les recommandations pour la bon mise en œuvre d’un système de pérennisation des points d’eau
  • Une présentation à MC RCA sur les recommandations de l’évaluation.

Les copies des documents finales seront partagées avec le gestionnaire de programme (Abdoul Labodja), le Chef de Mission (John Hanson), et la chargée de programmes en Mercy Corps Ecosse (Carron Beaumont). On partagera les documents finals avec le bailleur de fonds, la Commission Européenne.

Le rapport sur la faisabilité d’un système de micro-assurances en RCA sera en conformité avec le guide suivant:

- Page de Couverture

- Liste d’acronymes

- Tableau de contenu

- Résumé Exécutif

- Méthodologie

- Résultats de l’évaluation (présentés selon les questions clés de la consultation)

- Synthèse et Recommandations

- Bibliographie de référence

- Annexes (ce qui inclura les outils utilisés pour l’investigation)

La présentation du plan de négoces et le guide d’implémentation peuvent utiliser un format choisi par le consultant, mais Mercy Corps réserve le droit de demander une présentation alternatif si le format choisit n’est pas adéquat. Mercy Corps peut donner des exemples de plans de négoces / guides d’implémentation pour orienter le consultant sur le format, s’il est souhaité.

Qualifications et Expérience Requise:

Le consultant aura des dons démontrables dans la planification stratégique, la recherche communautaire, la facilitation des évaluations participatives, et aura une expérience passé à faire des plans de négoces réussis (à inclure sur votre CV). Le consultant doit parler, comprendre et écrire le français couramment, et avoir les capacités de gestion d’une équipe locale de facilitateurs.

Comment postuler:

Il faut envoyer un CV et une lettre de couverture (qui spécifie votre taux journalière, sans prendre en compte des per-diems à $37/jour et les couts de hébergement) à Carron Beaumont, avant le 15 aout 2011.

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