Saturday, December 31, 2011

Programme Manager Youth Engagement Programme

SPARK is a growing, young, dynamic development CSO with activities in the Balkans, Africa and the Middle East. SPARK develops higher education and entrepreneurship, so that young ambitious people are empowered to lead their post-conflict societies into prosperity. SPARK focuses on three strategic objectives; 1) Poverty reduction with a focus on job creation through starting and growing Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) with young entrepreneurs, 2) Strengthening the capacity of relevant local partner organizations to enhance local entrepreneurship development services, 3) Reducing barriers to doing business and advocacy for young entrepreneurs and the socio-economic position of young women and men in general.

SPARK is currently looking for a:

Programme Manager

SPARK Youth Engagement Programme

South Sudan – (0.8 or 1 fte)

In January 2012 SPARK launches its new Youth Engagement Programme (YEP) in Burundi, South Sudan and the Palestinian Territories. Underpinning our mission, the YEP's overall objective is to reduce instability in fragile state environments, through improving the social-economic position of young women and men. The programme aspires to create an enabling environment for youth participation in the public sector, in civil society and youth entrepreneurship. YEP's main activities concern the strengthening of partner organisations and interest groups that advocate for improving the socio-economic position of young women and men. This is done through training and coaching in organisational aspects, governance, as well as through developing, introducing and strengthening partner activities and services that specifically help to increase the economic empowerment of youth and enhance fact-based advocacy and organizing multi-stakeholder dialogue.


General Job Description

The successful candidate (m/f) is responsible for overall programme coordination and takes on an active role in strengthening and preparing a limited number of partner organisations for the implementation of advocacy-related activities vis-à-vis stakeholders including civil society organisations, interest groups and political parties, higher education institutions, business associations, business development organisations and employee & employer organisations/unions and their youth representation/delegations. The Programme Manager is based in South Sudan and part of a larger team including a local Programme Officer (in South Sudan), SPARK's Country Managers in Burundi and the Palestinian Territories, the M&E Manager, and involving SPARK's cooperation partners.

Main Tasks and Responsibilities

  • Overall YEP programme management & coordination
  • Training and coaching SPARK Country Managers in achieving their country/YEP specific goals
  • Training and coaching staff of local partner organizations in all YEP countries
  • Representing SPARK in South Sudan and expanding (SPARK) programme activities in South Sudan.

Requirements

  • Minimum of 10 years programme management & coordination experience;
  • Relevant and professional experience in training and coaching related to governance, multi-stakeholder dialogue, advocacy and lobbying etc. vis-à-vis interest groups and political parties, higher education institutions, enterprises, business associations, business development organisations and employee & employer organisations/unions, etc.;
  • Experienced in working with organizations and institutions in the public and private sector as well as with civil society organizations;
  • Political and cultural sensitivity;
  • Good communication and social skill, diplomatic skills;
  • Good oral and written language skills in English and French (Arabic is an asset);
  • Available for frequent travelling.

SPARK Offers

  • Contract for 32 or 40 hours a week;
  • Remuneration based on experience
  • International environment;
  • Dynamic working experience;
  • Training opportunities.

For more information, please visit SPARK website: http://www.spark-online.org/.

If interested, please email your letter of motivation and your CV to vacancy@spark-online.org before 2 January 2012. Reference: Vacancy YEP Program Manager. Please contact Karen Blanken or Michel Richter at +31 (0)20 753 0311 for further details and information up and until 22 December 2011.

Knowledge Consultant on Domestic Biogas (ASIA)

Are you interested in joining an organisation with a long term commitment to fighting poverty? Would you like to work in a challenging environment and develop an international career focused on demonstrating shared core values that achieve results?

SNV Netherlands Development Organization is looking for a:

Knowledge Consultant on Domestic Biogas (ASIA)

Based in The Hague, the Netherlands

(Consultancy contract)

In the framework of the Asia Biogas Programme (ABP) and financially supported by the Netherlands Directorate General for International Cooperation (DGIS), SNV Netherlands Development Organisation is since 2005 building capacities in the domestic biogas sector in four countries in Asia being Bangladesh, Cambodia, Lao PDR and Vietnam. By the end of 2010, a total of 110,139 biogas plants were installed under ABP. With 2012 being the last year of implementation of the ABP, SNV aims to increase its efforts on knowledge development, documentation and sharing related to biogas development in Asia. To support this process, SNV is looking for a knowledge consultant on domestic biogas based in the Netherlands who will work closely together with the coordinator of the ABP who is also based in the Netherlands.

Responsibilities

  • Collect and analyse of data and inputs in close cooperation with related staff in Asia;
  • Organize the development and production of specific knowledge products (publication, CD, DVD) on domestic biogas in Asia and distribute through suitable channels;
  • Facilitate the upload of content information to website, intranet pages and digital newsletters on domestic biogas to enhance learning both within and outside of SNV;
  • Collect and archive of relevant documents on domestic biogas on the SNV intranet and website;
  • Assist with the preparation of an international workshop on domestic biogas in Asia in the second half of 2012;
  • Undertake additional assignments after consultation with the ABP coordinator.

Candidate profile

  • Master’s degree in international development, preferably related to domestic biogas; otherwise renewable energy and/or rural development;
  • Minimum of two years and maximum of six years of experience in networking and process facilitation;
  • Minimum of two years and maximum of six years of experience in knowledge management, research and data collection & analysis;
  • International exposure and experience through working environment, studies or otherwise;
  • Achieved recognized results in related knowledge development (e.g. articles, publications);
  • Knowledge of computer systems and applications, preferably with an affinity for interactive digital media and webpage management;
  • Excellent written communication skills;
  • Team-focused, service-minded and independent;
  • Ability to work in different cultural settings;
  • Fluent in English (spoken and written)

Contract Duration: Up to 31 December 2012, 32 hours per week, maximum 1,400 hours. Contracting is subject to approval of the ABP annual plan & budget 2012 by DGIS.

Desired start date: As soon as possible

How to apply?

You are invited to submit your application letter including requested hourly fee with a CV (in English) to mobility@snvworld.org (att. Wim J. van Nes) before 10 January 2012 with reference number 6766.

The fee should exclude VAT but include all other tax – and premium obligations and compensations, if any. The consultant should be registered at the Chamber of Commerce; have a BTW number, and; have taken out insurance covering client’s business liability. If the consultant will assume the assignment within the framework of an independent professional practice, (s)he should have obtained a Declaration of Independent Contractor Status, a legally valid ID and if applicable a working permit for working in the Netherlands.

More information about SNV

SNV Netherlands Development Organisation is dedicated to a society where all people enjoy the freedom to pursue their own sustainable development. We build the capacity of local institutions to address development issues. SNV has been successfully involved in domestic biogas from 1989 onwards. Supporting the establishment of a viable biogas sector in Nepal, distinctive experience and international recognition was gained and used in the beginning of the new millennium for up-scaling to Vietnam. From 2005 onwards, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Laos and Pakistan were gradually added to the biogas practice of SNV. In 2009, also Indonesia and Pakistan started national programmes on domestic biogas, while Bhutan started a modest project in 2011. SNV is convening a working group on domestic biogas under the ADB initiated Energy for All Partnership and is targeting dissemination of an additional one million quality biogas plants by 2016 in about 15 Asian countries including innovative programmes in China and India.

In Africa, the Rwanda programme was started in 2007. By the end of 2008, a partnership between the Dutch Development Cooperation (DGIS), Hivos and SNV materialised in the framework of the Africa Biogas Programme Partnership, for the implementation of programmes in six African countries; Ethiopia, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Senegal and Burkina Faso. Also in Benin and Cameroon some activities take place. In Latin America, a domestic biogas programme in forth coming, while feasibility studies are on-going in Peru and Bolivia. For more information on SNV, visit our website: www.snvworld.org

We do not appreciate third-party mediation based on this advertisement.

Contact persoon:
W. van Ness

MAMA CASH Data Management & Reporting Officer

Mama Cash is looking for a Data Management & Reporting Officer for 32 hours a week.
The Data Management & Reporting Officer (further) develops and maintains the architecture and frameworks of Mama Cash’s data and process management systems, with emphasis on fundraising and grantmaking. The officer coordinates Mama Cash’s database systems and provides management information reports, and analysis to the Directors and their teams. The position is a liaison between users of Mama Cash, and technical external database suppliers.
The Data Management & Reporting Officer works directly under the supervision of the Director Finance and Operations.

View the full job description: www.mamacash.org/vacancies.

To apply
Interested in this position? Please send a letter of application in English, stating the skills and approach that you would bring to the post with your CV/resume, by email to Hanneke Timmer: hrm@mamacash.nl.

For more information about this vacancy you can also contact Hanneke Timmer. You can find more information about Mama Cash on our website: www.mamacash.org.

Deadline for application: 8 January 2012

MAMA CASH Director of Fundraising and Communications

Mama Cash vacancy
Mama Cash is looking for a Director of Fundraising and Communications,
36 hours a week.

Mama Cash is seeking a visionary leader and exceptional manager with a passion for making a difference in the human rights of women and girls globally. The Director of Fundraising and Communications provides leadership, strategic direction, oversight, coordination and priority setting for the Fundraising and Communications team to sustain and expand funding for Mama Cash, build our profile and increase our visibility, stimulate other donors to become supporters of women’s movements, and facilitate learning between our partners. The Director of Fundraising and Communications works as part of the Management Team to provide guidance and leadership for the organisation as a whole.

We are looking for an exceptional professional with a minimum of 5 years in a senior management position—someone with strong staff management experience and the “people skills” to inspire, motivate and challenge the Fundraising and Communications team. Additionally we seek someone with significant working knowledge of the non-profit sector, in particular fundraising and communications. The successful candidate has excellent written and oral communications skills in English (Dutch proficiency is desirable) and a demonstrated commitment to rights based approaches and to women’s rights.

View the full job description: www.mamacash.org/vacancies

To apply
Interested in this position? Please send a letter of application in English, stating the skills and approach that you would bring to the post with your CV/resume, by email to our HR advisor Hanneke Timmer: hrm@mamacash.nl.

For more information about this vacancy you can also contact Hanneke Timmer. You’ll find more information about Mama Cash on our website: www.mamacash.org

GREENPEACE fondsenwerver/conversiemanager

Greenpeace Nederland zoekt voor de unit behoud en upgrade, binnen de afdeling fondsenwerving en relatiebeheer, een resultaatgerichte fondsenwerver/ conversiemanager.

Een wereld die draait op schone energie, met rijke bossen en oceanen vol leven. Dat is de wereld volgens Greenpeace. We doen onderzoek, stellen misstanden aan de kaak, en overleggen met overheden en bedrijven over oplossingen. Als dat niet genoeg is, organiseren we creatieve en geweldloze acties. Greenpeace beschermt onze aarde al 40 jaar met veel succes, dankzij de inzet van vrijwilligers en de steun van onze donateurs.

De afdeling fondsenwerving en relatiebeheer is verantwoordelijk voor het werven, binden en boeien van donateurs en is daarmee in staat om fondsen voor Greenpeace Nederland te realiseren, zo bijdragend aan de realisering van de doelstellingen van de organisatie.

De afdeling bestaat uit de units database, behoud en upgrade, werving op straat, werving overig en de servicedesk. De unit werving overig, waar deze functie onder valt, is met vier mensen verantwoordelijk voor de ontwikkeling en de uitvoering van het beleid op het gebied van werving van nieuwe donateurs en leads.

Taken zijn o.m.

  • ontwikkelen en uitvoeren van donateurwervende activiteiten
  • ontwikkelen en testen van nieuwe wervingstechnieken
  • conversie van bestaande leads naar donateurs
  • aansturen van externe werving-bureau’s voor telemarketing en online
  • bewaken van en rapporteren over projecten, tijdsplanning en resultaten

Wij vragen

  • affiniteit met de doelstellingen en werkwijze van Greenpeace
  • HBO- opleiding (economie, marketing, en/of communicatie)
  • tenminste 3 jaar relevante werkervaring (direct marketing, fondsenwerving, online, telemarketing)
  • goede analytische- en communicatieve vaardigheden
  • initiatiefrijk, zelfstandig en creatief
  • goede beheersing van de Nederlandse en Engelse taal

Wij bieden

Een arbeidsovereenkomst voor een jaar, met de mogelijkheid van verlenging. Het gaat om een uitdagende en afwisselende functie in een omgeving met betrokken en enthousiaste collega's. Wij bieden een functie voor 32- 40 uur. Het salaris ligt, afhankelijk van de werkervaring, tussen € 2.390 en € 3.823 bruto bij een fulltime dienstverband (40 uur).

Specifieke vragen over de functie kun je stellen aan Kees Zitman, afdelingshoofd fondsenwerving en relatiebeheer, tel. 020- 524 95 18. Informatie over onze organisatie is te vinden op www.greenpeace.nl.

Reacties ontvangen we graag uiterlijk 23 januari 2012, o.v.v. ref.nr. 11-19 Onw. Brief en CV kun je (bij voorkeur) mailen naar werving@greenpeace.nl
t.a.v. Erwin van Poppel, coördinator unit P&O.
Ons postadres is Greenpeace Nederland, unit P&O, Postbus 3946, 1001 AS Amsterdam.

Contact persoon:
Erwin van Poppel
Telefoonnummer:
020- 626 18 77
Opmerkingen:

Wij proberen deze vacature zelf in te vullen, mocht dit niet lukken dan nemen wij zelf het initiatief om diensten van een bureau in te schakelen.

GREENPEACE Fondsenwerver middle donors

Greenpeace Nederland zoekt voor de unit behoud en upgrade, binnen de afdeling fondsenwerving en relatiebeheer, een resultaatgerichte fondsenwerver middle donors.

Een wereld die draait op schone energie, met rijke bossen en oceanen vol leven. Dat is de wereld volgens Greenpeace. We doen onderzoek, stellen misstanden aan de kaak, en overleggen met overheden en bedrijven over oplossingen. Als dat niet genoeg is, organiseren we creatieve en geweldloze acties. Greenpeace beschermt onze aarde al 40 jaar met veel succes, dankzij de inzet van vrijwilligers en de steun van onze donateurs.

De afdeling fondsenwerving en relatiebeheer is verantwoordelijk voor het werven, binden en boeien van donateurs en is daarmee in staat om fondsen voor Greenpeace Nederland te realiseren, zo bijdragend aan de realisering van de doelstellingen van de organisatie.

De afdeling bestaat uit de units database, behoud & upgrade, werving op straat, werving overig en servicedesk. De unit behoud en upgrade is met zes mensen verantwoordelijk voor de ontwikkeling en de uitvoering van het beleid gericht op het behouden en terugwinnen van donateurs en het verhogen van de jaarwaarde. De fondsenwerver middle donors is binnen deze unit verantwoordelijk voor het opzetten en uitvoeren van de strategie gericht op middle donors.

Taken

  • ontwikkelen en uitvoeren van fondsenwervende activiteiten bij middle donors
  • ontwikkelen en uitvoeren van upgrade activiteiten bij potentiële middle donors
  • aansturing van externe bureaus voor de uitvoer van direct mail en telemarketing activiteiten
  • onderhouden en uitbouwen van de relatie met middle donors
  • signaleren en benutten van kansen bij potentiële major donors
  • analyseren, evalueren en rapporteren van resultaten
  • onderhouden van relevante in- en externe contacten.

Wij vragen

  • affiniteit met de doelstellingen en werkwijze van Greenpeace
  • HBO- opleiding (economie, marketing, en/of communicatie)
  • tenminste 3 jaar relevante werkervaring (direct marketing, fondsenwerving, relatiebeheer)
  • goede analytische- en communicatieve vaardigheden
  • initiatiefrijk, zelfstandig en creatief
  • goede beheersing van de Nederlandse en Engelse taal.

Wij bieden

Een arbeidsovereenkomst voor een jaar, met de mogelijkheid van verlenging. Het gaat om een uitdagende en afwisselende functie in een omgeving met betrokken en enthousiaste collega's.
Het salaris ligt, afhankelijk van de werkervaring, tussen € 2.390 en € 3.823 bruto bij een fulltime dienstverband (40 uur).

Specifieke vragen over de functie kun je stellen aan Kees Zitman, afdelingshoofd fondsenwerving en relatiebeheer, tel. 020- 524 95 18. Informatie over onze organisatie is te vinden op www.greenpeace.nl.

Reacties ontvangen we graag uiterlijk 23 januari 2012, o.v.v. ref.nr. 11-20 Onw.
Brief en CV kun je (bij voorkeur)mailen naar werving@greenpeace.nl t.a.v. Erwin van Poppel, coördinator unit P&O.
Ons postadres is Greenpeace Nederland, Unit P&O, Postbus 3946, 1001 AS Amsterdam.

Contact persoon:
Erwin van Poppel
Telefoonnummer:
020- 626 18 77
Opmerkingen:

Wij proberen deze vacature zelf in te vullen, mocht dit niet lukken dan nemen wij zelf het initiatief om diensten van een bureau in te schakelen.

GREENPEACE e-mail marketeer

Greenpeace Nederland zoekt voor de unit nieuwe media binnen de afdeling pers & communicatie een ervaren e-mail marketeer die een sleutelrol gaat spelen in het verzorgen van e-mailings naar verschillende doelgroepen voor het bereiken van campagne- en fondsenwervingsdoelstellingen.

Een wereld die draait op schone energie, met rijke bossen en oceanen vol leven. Dat is de wereld volgens Greenpeace. We doen onderzoek, stellen misstanden aan de kaak, en overleggen met overheden en bedrijven over oplossingen. Als dat niet genoeg is, organiseren we creatieve en geweldloze acties. Greenpeace beschermt onze aarde al 40 jaar met veel succes, dankzij de inzet van vrijwilligers en de steun van onze donateurs.

De belangrijkste taken zijn:

  • uitvoeren van mailings op basis van doordachte segmentatie, en flow- en procesmodellen ter ondersteuning van campagne- en fondswervingdoelstellingen
  • technische voorbereiding van mailings, waaronder definitie van bestanden, vormgeving van mailings en redactie van inhoud
  • testen en uitvoeren van kwaliteitscontrole op databestanden, inhoud en proces
  • evalueren en rapporteren van resultaten en optimaliseren van de respons
  • verzorgen van de koppelingen tussen email management software (Tripolis, Clang), database en web CMS
  • samenwerken met andere afdelingen, waaronder fondsenwerving en relatiebeheer, op planning, techniek en inhoud

Wij vragen

  • affiniteit met de doelstellingen en werkwijze van Greenpeace
  • HBO werk/denkniveau, bewezen ervaring met DM, online campagnes en web 2.0
  • ervaring met management van databases en mail management software
  • uitstekende beheersing van de Nederlandse taal
  • goed in staat kwaliteit te waarborgen, ook onder tijdsdruk

Wij bieden
Een arbeidsovereenkomst voor een jaar, met de mogelijkheid van verlenging. Het gaat om een uitdagende en afwisselende functie in een omgeving met betrokken en enthousiaste collega's. Het salaris ligt, afhankelijk van je werkervaring, tussen € 2.216 en € 3.542 bruto bij een fulltime dienstverband (40 uur). Wij bieden een functie voor 32 uur per week.

Specifieke vragen over de functie kun je stellen aan Elroy Bos, afdelingshoofd pers & communicatie, of Christien de Jong, coordinator unit Nieuwe Media, via onze receptie: tel. 020 626 18 77.
Achtergrondinformatie over Greenpeace Nederland vind je op www.greenpeace.nl.

Reacties
Ontvangen we graag uiterlijk 16 januari 2012, o.v.v. ref.nr. 11-17 Onw. Brief en CV kunnen - bij voorkeur - worden gemaild naar werving@greenpeace.nl t.a.v. Erwin van Poppel, coördinator unit P&O.
Ons postadres is Greenpeace Nederland, unit P&O, Postbus 3946, 1001 AS Amsterdam.
De eerste gespreksronde is 18 januari a.s. ’s morgens.

Contact persoon:
Erwin van Poppel
Telefoonnummer:
receptie: 020- 626 18 77
Opmerkingen:

Wij proberen deze vacature zelf in te vullen, mocht dit niet lukken dan nemen wij zelf het initiatief om diensten van een bureau in te schakelen.

Serbia Human Rights Specialist

The Human Rights Advisory Panel examines complaints of alleged human rights violations committed by or attributable to UNMIK and makes recommendations to the Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) in Kosovo when appropriate. The Panel is composed of three Panel Members who sit in Prishtinë/Priština each month to render determinations on complaints against UNMIK. The Presiding Member directs the work of the Panel and the Prishtinë/Priština-based Secretariat provides it with legal and administrative support.

Any person who believes that UNMIK is responsible for a violation of their human rights were able to complain to the Panel until 31 March 2010 to seek a determination of that allegation, if the alleged violation occurred within a specific period of time when UNMIK was acting as an interim administration. Such persons initiate the complaint procedure by submitting a complaint to the Panel. The Panel then determines whether that complaint is admissible based on the applicable legislation and renders a decision to that effect.

If a complaint is admissible, the Panel will then render an opinion on whether UNMIK is responsible for a violation of one of the various human rights treaties in force in Kosovo. If the Panel determines that a violation has occurred, the opinion may include recommendations to the SRSG. The SRSG must then publicly state how he/she will react to those recommendations.

The Human Rights Advisory Panel is the only human rights mechanism in existence that deals specifically with human rights violations allegedly committed by or attributable to a United Nations mission acting as an interim administration of a territory. The Human Rights Specialist will be supervised by Governance Programme Coordinator.

Description of Responsibilities :

Functions / Key Results Expected

Summary of key functions and expected results: Conduct legal research regarding international human rights law and human rights issues; research and advise the Panel members on the applicable law and the international human rights instruments and principles relevant to the cases before the Panel. Provide advice to the Panel on the application of UNMIK Regulation 2006/12 of 23 March, 2006 and UNMIK Regulation No. 2007/3 amending UNMIK Regulation No. 2006/12 of 12 January, 2007 on the Establishment of the Human Rights Advisory Panel. Provide support to the Panel during public hearings, proceedings and deliberations; review, analyze and advise on all documents relevant to cases before the Panel, including court documents, registry documents, and investigation, medical and forensic documents as well as police reports. Draft requests for documents and information in relation to cases from the parties for cases before the Panel. Draft legal opinions, reports, briefing notes, and other legal documents on case issues as instructed by the Panel. Draft findings, recommendations, decisions and opinions for the Panel for submission to the SRSG. Liaise with agencies and organizations involved in the human rights sector in Kosovo. Oversee the Panel electronic case management system and develop library research facilities. During the Panel’s sessions, the Human Rights Specialist must be present at deliberations and meetings with the Panel members to discuss individual cases and/or legal issues. Present drafts of case decisions for discussion, finalize decisions and opinions for adoption, finalize more complicated communications to the SRSG or to the complainants, and engage in other ad hoc tasks on behalf of the Panel. Prepare each case for discussion at the session and prepare their portions of the case examination agendas. To be prepared to discuss legal issues related to cases handled by the other Human Rights Specialist. Follow-up on all matters decided by the Panel in the previous session and this provides a more quantifiable type of work for planning staffing needs. Direct, as necessary, the administrative staff in support of the work of the Panel. Perform other related tasks as requested by the Panel.

Impact of Results:

Achievement of these expected results will contribute to reducing the backlog of cases that the Panel is currently facing. By reducing the backlog, the post is contributing to greater access to justice of the local population and assisting in providing an effective remedy for a class of alleged human rights violations that would not be dealt with otherwise.

Competencies:

Professionalism: Comparative knowledge of the civil law and common law legal systems and principles. Deep knowledge of international human rights instruments and institutional mandates, policies and guidelines applicable in the human rights sector. Ability to interpret and apply legislative instruments based on sound legal judgment. Experience in legal research and analysis and the ability to draft reports, opinions, decisions and recommendations in a clear and concise manner. Integrity: Motivated by professional rather than personal considerations, loyal, honest, conscientious and transparent. Planning and Organizing: Ability to plan work assignments, establish priorities and to meet strict assignment deadlines. Coordination and monitoring: Ability to build strong relationships with clients and to focus on impact and results; demonstrated aptitude to coordinate activities with other international organizations, donors and national partners; capacity to coordinate monitoring activities in the field, to mentor programme/project staff and provide guidance and support. Judgment/Decision-making: Demonstrated sound judgment in resolving issues/problems and delivering strategic insight and analysis; ability to proactively seek and recommend sound legal positions. Communications: Compelling communication (verbal and written) skills, including ability to prepare reports, formulate and defend sound recommendations and articulate options concisely conveying maximum necessary information; negotiating skills and ability to work at all levels with others to reach mutually benefiting and lasting understandings. Teamwork: Excellent interpersonal skills; capacity to recognize and respond appropriately to the ideas, interests and concerns of others; ability to establish and maintain effective working relations with people in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.

Qualifications:

Education: Master’s Degree in law with specialization in human rights. Experience: Minimum five (5) years progressively responsible work experience in the human rights sector with professional experience in a human rights court setting. Ideally, the Human Rights Specialist would have experience dealing with cases before the European Court of Human Rights, who could assist in dealing with the case load while also sharing their expertise with other Legal Officers at the Secretariat, thus improving the overall quality of the final work products. Experience working in the Balkans and/or in Kosovo and detailed knowledge of the political environment and conflict dynamics in Kosovo. Familiarity with UNDP project management practices and procedures an asset. Language: Fluency in spoken and written English Knowledge of Albanian and / or Serbian an asset.

Mali Coordinateur Ressources Humaines Sahel

Coordinateur RH Sahel

Réf : RH/SAHEL/11

ACF est une organisation humanitaire internationale, non-gouvernementale, privée, non-politique, non-confessionnelle et à but non lucratif. ACF a été fondée en 1979 pour intervenir dans le monde entier. Sa mission est de lutter contre la faim, la misère et contre les situations dangereuses menaçant les hommes, les femmes et les enfants. Actuellement, 500 collaborateurs et plus de 5000 employés travaillent pour ACF dans plus de quarante-six pays, et dans quatre domaines d'action: la nutrition, la santé, la sécurité alimentaire, et l'eau/assainissement.

L’objectif général d’Action Contre la Faim – Espagne (ACF-E) au Sahel est de réduire durablement le taux de malnutrition structurelle à travers le renforcement des capacités des ménages, des communautés, des institutions, à analyser et à répondre aux besoins de sécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle des populations vulnérables. ACF-E est présente au Sahel depuis 1997. Ces actions sont concentrées au Mali (4 bases opérationnelles), en Mauritanie (3 bases opérationnelles) et au Niger (3 bases opérationnelles).

Pour plus d’informations sur la situation actuelle au Sahel : http://www.accioncontraelhambre.org/ficha_pais.php/id_map/45/pais/mali http://www.accioncontraelhambre.org/ficha_pais.php/id_map/46/pais/maurit... http://www.accioncontraelhambre.org/ficha_pais.php/id_map/47/pais/niger

ACF Espagne cherche un Coordinateur RH pour ses missions du Sahel, basé à Bamako au Mali.

CONTEXTE DU POSTE

Dans le cadre de nos objectifs stratégiques, des changements structurels dans la gestion et l’organisation des ressources humaines d’ACF-E s’imposent, dont :

  • Scaling Up Nutrition : Créer des structures capables de gérer des volumes financiers plus ambitieux qui puissent renforcer notre impact dans la lutte contre la malnutrition.
  • Processus de nationalisation des postes.
  • Renforcement des capacités des ressources humaines.
  • Réduction des risques de sécurité.

OBJECTIFS ET RESPONSABILITÉS :

Le Coordinateur RH a pour objectif général de contribuer à améliorer le fonctionnement des missions ACF-E au Sahel. Il a pour objectifs spécifiques les points suivants :

Objectif 1. Réviser les structures missions et proposer des améliorations.

  • Analyser les structures existantes et proposer des modèles qui augmentent l’efficience des missions sahéliennes, et avec pour objectif de promouvoir plus d’autonomie aux bases, en réduisant la micro-gestion de l’équipe de coordination en capitale.
  • Promouvoir l’existence de structures harmonisées dans les trois missions voisines pour renforcer une cohésion, cohérence et intégration régionale.
  • Réviser le respect des principes ACF et des mécanismes internes existants et proposer de nouveaux outils pour la réduction des risques liés à la corruption, les abus de pouvoir et d’autres pratiques contraires au Code de Conduite d’ACF.
  • Réviser le bon déroulement d’un processus clé de l’organisation comme la gestion du cycle de projet. Les descriptions des postes et lignes de communication entre les cadres moyens (Chefs de Base, Référents Techniques / Chefs de Projet, Logisticiens et Administrateurs de base) sera fondamentale pour une amélioration dans ce sens.

Objectif 2. Former les cadres intermédiaires des missions (capitales et bases).

  • Formation au Management des équipes.
  • Formation des Responsables RH Mission.

PROFIL DU CANDIDAT

  • Formation BAC +5 en ressources humaines.
  • Expérience professionnelle réussie d'au moins 3 ans en gestion des Ressources Humaines, idéalement au sein d’une ONG et/ou en expatriation.
  • Expérience humanitaire nécessaire.
  • La connaissance des process ACF est un atout pour le poste.
  • La connaissance de la sous-région est un atout pour le poste.
  • Bonne maîtrise des outils informatiques.
  • Travail en équipe, capacités d’organisation et planification, d’analyse et résolution de conflits, de synthèse.

RÉMUNÉRATION GLOBALE

  • Contrat de travail.
  • Durée 6 mois, à partir de février 2012.
  • Salaire de 1500 € à 2300€ bruts mensuels en fonction de l’expérience professionnelle et des responsabilités (selon le barème d’ACF Espagne).
  • Per diem terrain.
  • Breaks d’une semaine avec frais de transport vers la zone de référence et aide économique pour la semaine.
  • 25 jours ouvrables de vacances par an.
  • Assurance de rapatriement, accident et voyage et vie.
  • Prime mensuelle par enfant (jusqu’à 18 ans).
  • Frais de transport jusqu’à la mission.
  • Logement et la nourriture pris en charge par l’organisation.

CONDITIONS

Seules les candidatures reçues par email seront prises en considération.

Tous les candidats qui n´habitent pas à Madrid feront leur premier entretien par téléphone. Les entretiens en face a face ont toujours lieu à Madrid. Les frais du voyage doivent être payés par le candidat, mais seront remboursés par l’organisation si le candidat est finalement retenu.

Les candidats intéressés doivent envoyer :

  • une lettre de motivation.
  • un CV à jour, Merci de spécifier la durée des expériences par mois.
  • les contacts mail de deux de vos employeurs pour leur demander des références. Nous pourrons également demander des références à des responsables autres que les deux personnes dont vous nous avez facilité le contact. En cas de désaccord, merci de nous le faire savoir.

Prière d’adresser le courrier sous la référence: RH/SAHEL/11 à l’adresse suivante avant le 15/01/2012 : ach-candidaturas@achesp.org

Le Département de Ressources Humaines contactera uniquement les personnes présélectionnées pour fixer un entretien. Merci d’avance pour votre compréhension.

À l’occasion du processus de sélection il est possible que nous transmettions votre CV à un autre siège et / ou missions. En cas de désaccord, merci de le communiquer.

Note - Pour plus d´informations sur ce poste, consultez notre page web: www.accioncontraelhambre.org Si celui-ci n’est plus affiché, cela signifie que le processus de sélection est terminé.

Si le candidat a eu auparavant une expérience avec ACF (s’il a été recruté et validé par un autre Siège ou bien si le contrat doit être supervisé par un autre Siège), le salaire qui pourra lui être offert sera fixé en accord avec celui de cet autre Siège.

How to apply:

Prière d’adresser le courrier sous la référence: RH/SAHEL/11 à l’adresse suivante avant le 15/01/2012 : ach-candidaturas@achesp.org

Tunisia Finance and Administration Coordinator

We are currently have a vacancy for the post of Finance and Administration Coordinator three Finance and Administration Managers based in Tunisia with travel to field offices throughout Libya, the post holders will be responsible to manage and oversee the national finance, administration and human resources functions and staff, together with the effective control of all financial matters ensuring reporting and compliance with the donors and Islamic Relief Worldwide financial guidelines.

The job holders will be accountable for maintaining the accounting records and supporting documentation for all financial transactions are systematically in order, safe and secure. He(She) will provide timely project related financial reports for IRW International Office and institutional donors. The post holder will be assisted by a team of finance staff and also working and liaising with the Programme Manager, Country Director and the IRW Finance Department and Middle East and Eastern Europe Desk.

It is essential that the candidate has a professional qualification from a recognized Accounting Association with substantial years of finance related experience in an NGO also to have experience of handling institutional and UN donors. Experience with accountancy software preferably QuickBooks is essential and the ability to be able to write and discuss proposals, in English budgets and grant management with our donors and other parties

How to apply:

If you are trustworthy, service minded, discreet, dedicated and a highly motivated professional, with a strong commitment to IRW’s values and beliefs, please apply by downloading the application pack from our website www.islamic-relief.com and forward the completed form to recruitment@irworldwide.org on or before the closing date.

Islamic Relief Head of Mission - North Africa

We are currently recruiting for Head of Mission based in Zarzis, Tunisia and are response for IRW’s work in the country, which includes the Country Programme and Regional Strategies supervision of staff, office and management procedures, programming, program development. As part of the program development, the successful candidate is expected to examine the funding situation and solicit funding for programs. He/she will also be accountable to ensure all aspects of programs are implemented in compliance with grant agreements, budgets and in accordance to schedule in addition to overseeing all aspects of IRW’s presence.

The successful candidate will require a post graduate Degree with knowledge of Community Development, Social Protection, Food Security, Urban Poverty and a track record of working with INGO’s in developing countries in rehabilitation, development and emergency contexts. He/she will also need to have experience in budgeting, balance-sheet management, designing and implementing project proposal and concepts. It is essential that the successful candidate is fluent in English (written and spoken). The post holder is expected to spend all of his/her time actively engaged in field-based operations in Tunisia and Libya

How to apply:

If you are trustworthy, service minded, discreet, dedicated and a highly motivated professional, with a strong commitment to IRW’s values and beliefs, please apply by downloading the application pack from our website www.islamic-relief.com and forward the completed form to recruitment@irworldwide.org on or before the closing date.

Tunisia Programme Manager

Islamic Relief Worldwide are currently recruiting for two Programme Managers to provide strategic leadership and expertise to the program ensuring it meets IRW Quality standards in the development and monitoring of relief and development programmes in both Tunisia and Libya. The job holders will be responsible for designing and preparing proposal for programme interventions and seek and/or identify sources of funding for new programmes. In the managing of the programme this will include technical support and supervision and preparing regular reports on the programme activities for the International Office and donors with the ability to represent IRW and liaise with local government, stakeholders and other NGO’s.

We are looking for candidate educated with a degree qualification in International Development, Social Science, Public Administration or with proven experience in project development and a strong and well developed analytical skills coupled with a professional working knowledge of written and spoken English, together with a Arabic or a local country language.

How to apply:
If you are trustworthy, service minded, discreet, dedicated and a highly motivated professional, with a strong commitment to IRW’s values and beliefs, please apply by downloading the application pack from our website www.islamic-relief.com and forward the completed form to recruitment@irworldwide.org on or before the closing date

Libya Programme Manager

Islamic Relief Worldwide are currently recruiting for two Programme Managers to provide strategic leadership and expertise to the program ensuring it meets IRW Quality standards in the development and monitoring of relief and development programmes in both Tunisia and Libya. The job holders will be responsible for designing and preparing proposal for programme interventions and seek and/or identify sources of funding for new programmes. In the managing of the programme this will include technical support and supervision and preparing regular reports on the programme activities for the International Office and donors with the ability to represent IRW and liaise with local government, stakeholders and other NGO’s.

We are looking for candidate educated with a degree qualification in International Development, Social Science, Public Administration or with proven experience in project development and a strong and well developed analytical skills coupled with a professional working knowledge of written and spoken English, together with a Arabic or a local country language.

How to apply:

If you are trustworthy, service minded, discreet, dedicated and a highly motivated professional, with a strong commitment to IRW’s values and beliefs, please apply by downloading the application pack from our website www.islamic-relief.com and forward the completed form to recruitment@irworldwide.org on or before the closing date.

Humanitarian Skills Development Programme Trainee Scheme

The Humanitarian Skills Development Programme is a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience in international humanitarian programmes. The one year scheme is designed to enable participants to develop the necessary skills in order to launch a career in programme management in emergencies.

How does it work? As a trainee, you will undertake two 6 month placements. The first placement is a training placement where you will be based in the Save the Children HQ London office where you will get on the job training in various aspects of humanitarian operations programmes as well as completing 2 separate field based trainings. The second placement is a deployment placement where you will be based in the field in a Save the Children programme in an emergency or fragile state setting. You will train with humanitarian professionals who will act as your coaches to facilitate the development of the skills required for programme management work in emergencies.

How to apply:

Please apply via the website: www.savethechildren.org.uk/en/jobs.htm, job reference number 6909

PlaNet Finance China Trainee Program – Junior Microfinance Bank

About the Organization PlaNet Finance Group is a leading international non-profit organization with the mission to alleviate poverty through the development of microfinance. PlaNet Finance, which is headquartered in Paris, has over 1,000 staff, a worldwide network of 122 microfinance and banking experts, and is active in about 50 countries. PlaNet Finance Advisory Services is the core business of the Group, focusing on the provision of advisory services to banks, non-bank financial institutions, and other stakeholders involved in microfinance. PlaNet Finance’s clients and partners include the World Bank the International Finance Corporation, the European Union, Citi Foundation, as well as local banks and microfinance institutions.

Since 2003, PlaNet Finance China – headquartered in Beijing - has been active in over 20 provinces in China, offering advisory services and technical assistance to microfinance actors. Successful projects in China have included the establishment of Microcred, the first fully foreign-owned microcredit company in Sichuan province, and the provision of microfinance advisory and technical assistance to Harbin Bank, Changxing United Rural Bank, Beichuan Fumin Village and Township Bank, Nanjing City Commercial Bank, and CFPA Microfinance. www.planetfinancegroup.org, www.planetfinancechina.org

About the Junior Consultant Trainee Program The junior consultant trainee program is designed to provide recent graduates and young professionals with first-hand implementation experience in ongoing consulting projects over a 6-month period. Below are tasks you will likely work on: • Exposure to consulting and technical assistance to banks and microfinance institutions; • Exposure to training bank/MFI staff, conducting risk assessments, developing microfinance lending methodologies, and setting up and developing microfinance operations of clients; • Support the team in project tasks such as coordination, research, report writing, and translation of various documents (both CHEN and ENCH); • Provide support to local and international experts

We offer trainees excellent prospects for promotion, the chance to work in a dynamic, international work environment, and salary increase after the trial period, based on satisfactory performance review.

Location: Based in Beijing, with travel around China to deliver consultancy and TA assignments

Employment Type: Full-time, 6-month training period

Qualifications: • A university degree, preferably in economics, finance, accounting, or business related field • 1-2 years of previous work experience is preferable • Native Chinese with a strong command of English • Flexibility and willingness to travel to deliver consulting assignments • Interest in poverty alleviation, microfinance and China’s development • Highly analytical, responsible, motivated, and able to work independently • Strong communication skills and teamwork skills • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Powerpoint and Excel

How to apply:

If interested, please send an English and Chinese CV and a cover letter by January 29th, 2012 to Katy Wang at recruit@mfchina.cn with "Junior Microfinance Consultant" in the subject line.

Afghanistan Customs Advisor (Human Resource Development)

UNOPS helps its partners in the United Nations system meet the world’s needs for building peace, recovering from disaster, and creating sustainable development. UNOPS is known for its ability to implement complex projects in all types of environments around the globe. In an effort to promote organizational excellence, UNOPS seeks highly qualified individuals for the following position:

CANDIDATES WHO HAVE APPLIED ERLIER NEED NOT TO RE-SUBMIT THEIR APPLICATIONS AGAIN.

Vacancy Details

Vacancy Code: 2011/UNOPS/AGOC/SCRTFP/VA/029 Post Title: Customs Advisor (Human Resource Development) (Re-advertised)

Post Level: International ICA – level 3 Project Title: Afghanistan Operations Centre (AGOC) Org Unit: EMO – AGOC

Duty Station: Kabul, Afghanistan (non-family)

Duration: 12 months (with possibility of extension)

Closing Date: 04 January 2012

Background

UNOPS’ strategy for Afghanistan is aimed at providing maximum support to the Government and people of Afghanistan though the delivery of projects and services in line with the government’s own priorities. The UNOPS Afghanistan Operation Center (AGOC) has been established as an organizational mechanism to deliver a range of projects for which UNOPS has been designated as the implementation agency. At present, UNOPS AGOC is implementing a number of projects in a range of sectors including infrastructure (roads and schools) development, capacity building to various ministries, and environmental protection, among others, on behalf of the Government of Afghanistan and the donor community.

The functional objective of UNOPS AGOC is to deliver projects in an efficient and effective manner, to achieve the development outcomes sought by the Government of Afghanistan and the donor community, where capacity building is always considered and encouraged. The aim of UNOPS AGOC is to provide implementation services to the Government of Afghanistan, the donor community and partner agencies in the reconstruction and development of the country. In doing so, UNOPS aims to exceed client expectations in the delivery of quality services throughout the country.

Duties and Responsibilities

Reporting directly to the Team Leader (TL) & Chief Technical Advisor (CTA) of the project, the Customs Advisor (HRD) shall perform the following duties and responsibilities, but not limited to:

•Review the existing organizational structure of ACD and recommend appropriate changes for improving its functional capacity. •Draw up detailed charter of duties and responsibilities for various functionaries in the revised organizational structure. •Help in developing a comprehensive restructuring plan with clearly defined implementation strategy and roadmap. •Conduct study of the existing pay and grading structure in ACD and recommend sustainable pay and pension reform package for ACD employees to attract and retain skilled and competent workforce. •Ensure that the remuneration and personnel policies of ACD are transparent and establish appropriate anti-corruption processes and safeguards in consonance with GAAP recommendations. •Work on rotation & reward policy in coordination with other international advisors. •Conduct a training need assessment survey for ACD and make suitable recommendation for training plans in coordination with HR department. •Help set up institutional capacity building mechanisms in ACD. •Liaise and coordinate with the management of Afghan National Customs Academy and evaluate the current training contents used in the Academy for its revision and enrichment. •Consolidation of all Customs training material and its publication for availability in future. •Provide necessary support for organizational change and strategic capacity building initiatives requiring mentoring and training at national and provincial levels. •Help in identifying and analyzing weakness in implementation structure of ASYCUDA and recommend suitable changes. •Assist in creating enabling environment within ACD for the efficient functioning of ASYCUDA, including development and implementation of clear and reasonable HR policies and procedures. •Assist in implementation of Ministry’s gender strategy for advancement of gender equality in ACD. •Help in developing and establishing governance processes based on GAAP matrix to guard against nepotism and corruption in ACD. •Perform other duties as may be assigned by the DG Customs or Team Leader.

Required Selection Criteria

Competencies •Ability to analyze organizational weaknesses and suggest changes to address them through restructuring and revised package of pay & incentives •Experience in Customs administration and HR development •Experience in capacity development and training need assessment. •Proven ability to work independently with minimal supervision and direction; •Capable of working with others in a participatory and capacity building manner; •Strong communications skills and ability to work in a team to achieve organizational goals; •Ability to establish and maintain excellent contacts with colleagues, senior government officials, donors and other UN agencies; •Good analytical skills; resourcefulness, initiative, maturity of judgment; •Self-motivated, versatile and adaptable to different cultures and people. •Ability to abide by security policies, administrative instructions, plans and procedures of the UN Security Management System and that of UNOPS.

Education/Experience/Language •Masters Degree in Human Resource Development, Personnel Management, Law, Public Administration and/or Customs Development related studies. A First Level University Degree with additional 2 years of relevant experience may be accepted in lieu of the Advanced University Degree. •Degree or Professional Certificate in government administration a distinct advantage •Minimum 13-14 years of work experience in HR development, personnel management, policy making and modern customs administration •Experience in monitoring, control and evaluation of the progress of customs reform projects in Afghanistan or similar developing countries •Excellent command of both oral and written English a must •Working knowledge of the local language considered an advantage •Working knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets, MS visio and other computer programs for office

How to apply:

Submission of Applications

Qualified candidates may submit their application, including a letter of interest, complete Curriculum Vitae and an updated United Nations Personal History Form (P.11) (available on our website), to EMO AGOC Human Resources, via e-mail to emo.agoc.vacint@unops.org. Kindly indicate the vacancy number and the post title in the subject line when applying by email.

Additional Considerations

-Applications received after the closing date will not be considered. -Only those candidates that are short-listed for interviews will be notified. -Qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. -UNOPS reserves the right to appoint a candidate at a level below the advertised level of the post.

For more information on UNOPS, please visit the UNOPS website at www.unops.org.

Regional Senior WASH officer (West Africa)

Background In 2010, the High Commissioner emphasized WASH interventions as one of his priorities and requested that a three-year WASH strategy be developed to ensure that all persons of concern are assured the basic right to water and sanitation facilities to reduce morbidity and mortality and enhance their safety, dignity and quality of life. The Africa bureau made WASH one of its entrenched priorities. Based on this observation and additional analyses carried out in 2010, the High Commissioner allocated 25 million USD in 2011 to WASH in addition to existing country budgets; 11 countries benefited from this allocation. The aim was to provide the required resource to improve the WASH situation and as much as possible meet UNHCR’s WASH standards. To ensure this major investment is sustained and maintained for the following years, it was decided to enhance UNHCR WASH capacity by hiring an additional 24 WASH positions in 16 countries, some of those positions will be Regional and at country level

Main duties and responsibilities He/She will be responsible for provision of professional technical support as well as strategic planning and policy guidance on activities within the areas of WASH. The incumbent is expected to play a lead role in formulating appropriate project proposals and assistance activities that should be incorporated into the relevant country/ regional programmes of UNHCR.

The Senior Regional WASH Officer will work under the technical supervision of the Senior WASH Officer in PHHIV at Headquarters and the line supervision of the Head of UNHCR Regional office. The incumbent will coordinate her/his activities with other sector technicians in the region. The objective, work plan, and the priorities of WASH interventions will be jointly formulated by the field, bureau and PHHIV section. UNHCR will conduct an evaluation after 12 months of the deployment to assess the impact of the regional post.

It is a regional post which will cover Liberia, Ghana, Chad, Guinea, Gambia, Ivory Coast.

The Senior Regional WASH Officer will perform the following tasks and duties:

  1. Ensure, in close co-ordination with other humanitarian actors, that WASH services provided to refugees are based on relevant Minister looking after water and sanitation, UNHCR and/or internationally recognised and most up-to-date standards and policies. • Ensure that national and/or internationally accepted and relevant standards and policies are applied and adapted in close coordination with the host country, relevant UN agencies and partners in order to guide the provision of essential health services (preventative and curative). • Establish and/or adapt UNHCR internal guidelines and procedures to streamline inputs and improve efficiency of programme activities. • Promote applied research and programme evaluation to enable the identification of gaps in programme implementation and standards, and to further promote evidence-based activities and guidance.

  2. Facilitate regional and country-level coordination of WASH actors so that WASH programme planning and implementation is streamlined, resources are optimally utilised, and there is active participation of the Government, implementing and operational partners, refugees and other persons of concern as well as sister UN agencies. Effective coordination will identify gaps and overlaps in programming, address unmet needs, and orient existing activities to address priority public health issues. • Support WASH focal point to take lead role in coordinating WASH activities and ensure that decisions are implemented as agreed upon. • Work closely with HCR programme, field and protection staff as well as staff in other technical sectors (Public Health, Nutrition/Food Security, Environment and Livelihoods) to identify priority WASH issues and key data requirements for programme planning and monitoring to ensure that minimum UNHCR and int’l standards are met according to the phase of emergency. • Ensure coordination and sharing information will take place between others senior regional technical officers such as Shelter/Site Planner, Public Health, Nutrition and HIV Officers. • Promote inter-sectoral coordination outside and within UNHCR in all matters related to WASH programmes and be involved in WASH cluster coordination at regional level and assess potential collaboration with UNICEF, UNHabitat on defined areas. • Represent UNHCR in regional and national fora concerning refugees (and other persons of concern to UNHCR) and the WASH sector. • Update and disseminate information materials on WASH-based on standard practices and policies among partners. • Ensure that provisions contained in various Memoranda of Understanding between UNHCR and other organisations are applied as appropriate.

  3. Undertake needs and resources assessments with Governments and partners in order to prioritise needs and activities in provision of services to refugees and other persons of concern to UNHCR. • Support country-level WASH focal points to define the level and scope of UNHCR involvement, expressed in terms of overall and operational objectives during emergency situations as well as in care and maintenance and repatriation/reintegration programmes. • Support WASH focal points to participate in review and analysis of relevant project proposals and budgetary submissions presented by UNHCR partners within context of UNHCR programme cycle. • Ensure that project plans and proposals submitted to UNHCR for funding adhere to internationally accepted standards and are based on a comprehensive WASH strategy. • Guide and assist in preparation of engineering calculations leading to detailed drawings for required WASH infrastructures and activities with associated cost estimates for existing and new camps/settlements, transit centers, receptions centers, border exit stations. Prepare technical specifications and scope of work for the prescribed activities and associated budgetary implications as appropriate to context. • Maintain and update contingency plans for potential epidemics, refugee and returnee movements.

  4. Monitor and evaluate country-level WASH programmes against standard UNHCR and international indicators to ensure that programmes are evidence-based and implemented in a comprehensive and cost-effective manner. • Active involvement in all aspects of programme monitoring and evaluation with emphasis on checking levels of implementation and impact vis-à-vis resource inputs to measure cost-effectiveness and re-orient the programmes as appropriate. • Monitor technical and financial aspects of WASH programmes and provide technical guidelines and advice to UNHCR, other UN agencies and implementing partners in their activities related to WASH in refugee situations. • Apply UNHCR and cluster mechanisms and tools to ensure proper monitoring as appropriate.

  5. Support capacity building initiatives so that refugees and other persons of concern to UNHCR and its partners acquire the needed knowledge, skills, and sense of responsibility and ownership of programmes. • Support WASH focal points and coordinators to develop training plan, organise and act as resource persons in workshops and training both in-service (formal) and on the job (coaching). • Share with local and international partners on the ground relevant guidelines and information materials on WASH related programming, innovation, best practices from countries. • Support WASH focal points and coordinators to promote establishment of Refugee WASH Committees to enable their active participation in process of WASH planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.

  6. Advocate, inform, and communicate amongst stakeholders to ensure that refugee WASH issues are on the national and international agenda and that their WASH related needs and status of refugees and other persons of concern to UNHCR are appropriately documented and disseminated. • Promote information sharing on all aspects related to WASH in refugee situations. • Ensure regular updates and share information within UNHCR as well as with relevant government, UN and implementing and operational partners’ counterparts and donor communities in the host country on WASH status and needs.

  7. Emergency response: Able to be deployed for the first phase emergency response (for a maximum of one month), to carry out needs assessment and support the country to develop a WASH strategic plan of response.

  8. Any other responsibilities/functions deemed necessary or as delegated by the Head of the Office/Chief of Section to meet the level of the services in the organization.

  9. Liaise and coordinate with WASH Senior officer in Hqs. on technical activities related to the operation. The Regional WASH Coordinator will report monthly to the WASH Senior Officer at HQ on technical issues. Ad Hoc reports may be required on the issues demanding particular attention;

QUALIFICATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

REQUIRED Academic: Advanced University Degree in Civil Engineering, Public Health Engineering, or Environmental Studies, Hydrology or Water Resources Development.

Experience: • A minimum of 8 years of progressively relevant professional working experience in WASH related activities. At least 3 years experience should be with an international humanitarian organization dealing with large scale emergencies or displaced/refugee situations and, should be directly relevant to the current position. • Proven ability to deal with multiple tasks in a courteous and service-oriented manner in a demanding working condition that often has short deadlines. • Ability to coordinate a range of diverse actors and activities to achieve a common objective in the area of WASH is essential. • Demonstrated experience in organising and conducting training activities and information campaign on WASH-related issues. • Proven technical expertise in the area of WASH assessment including survey, programme implementation, monitoring and coordination is required. • Exposure to UNHCR mandate, its priorities and principles. • Knowledge and experience of working with local partner agencies with a capacity to provide formal and informal training.

Skills: • Ability towards analytical and creative thinking for rapid solutions. • Good communicator with strong interpersonal and negotiations skills to deal with persons of various cultural and educational backgrounds. • Strive to live up to high ethical and professional standards. • A team player with service-oriented attitudes. • Proficiency in basic computer software such as MS Access, Excel, Powerpoint, MS Word, water modelling sofware, and GIS.

Languages: Excellent knowledge of English and French (written / oral / comprehension) is essential.

DESIRABLE • Experience and professional training in irrigation, site planning, or shelter with a good understanding of the main issues in the other two sectors. To this end, an advanced degree and additional training in one or more of the above sectors would be useful. • Applied knowledge in UNHCR programme management, project formulation, its programme cycles and reporting standards. • Previous exposure to cluster approach, preferably both at the global policy level and at field implementation approach. • Expertise in planning, formulation, implementation, monitoring and reporting on humanitarian operations. • Proficiency in the languages spoken in the region.

Duration We would like the person to start on the 1st of March (latest) until 31st of December 2012 with possibility of extension.

How to apply:

Interested candidates can send their CV and/or P11s to the following email address: porteaud@unhcr.org , quoting: Regional Senior WASH officer (West Africa) until the 22nd of January 2012 included

Tunisia Regional Senior WASH officer (Middle East and North Africa)

Background In 2010, the High Commissioner emphasized WASH interventions as one of his priorities and requested that a three-year WASH strategy be developed to ensure that all persons of concern are assured the basic right to water and sanitation facilities to reduce morbidity and mortality and enhance their safety, dignity and quality of life. The Africa bureau made WASH one of its entrenched priorities. Based on this observation and additional analyses carried out in 2010, the High Commissioner allocated 25 million USD in 2011 to WASH in addition to existing country budgets; 11 countries benefited from this allocation. The aim was to provide the required resource to improve the WASH situation and as much as possible meet UNHCR’s WASH standards. To ensure this major investment is sustained and maintained for the following years, it was decided to enhance UNHCR WASH capacity by hiring an additional 24 WASH positions in 16 countries, some of those positions will be Regional and at country level

Main duties and responsibilities He/She will be responsible for provision of professional technical support as well as strategic planning and policy guidance on activities within the areas of WASH. The incumbent is expected to play a lead role in formulating appropriate project proposals and assistance activities that should be incorporated into the relevant country/ regional programmes of UNHCR.

The Regional Senior WASH Officer will work under the technical supervision of the Senior WASH Officer in PHHIV at Headquarters and the line supervision of the Head of UNHCR Regional office. The incumbent will coordinate her/his activities with other sector technicians in the region. The objective, work plan, and the priorities of WASH interventions will be jointly formulated by the field, bureau and PHHIV section. UNHCR will conduct an evaluation after 12 months of the deployment to assess the impact of the regional post.

It is a regional post which will cover Algeria, Yemen, Syria, Iraq, Mauritania, Tunisia.

The Regional Senior WASH Officer will perform the following tasks and duties:

  1. Ensure, in close co-ordination with other humanitarian actors, that WASH services provided to refugees are based on relevant Minister looking after water and sanitation, UNHCR and/or internationally recognised and most up-to-date standards and policies. • Ensure that national and/or internationally accepted and relevant standards and policies are applied and adapted in close coordination with the host country, relevant UN agencies and partners in order to guide the provision of essential health services (preventative and curative). • Establish and/or adapt UNHCR internal guidelines and procedures to streamline inputs and improve efficiency of programme activities. • Promote applied research and programme evaluation to enable the identification of gaps in programme implementation and standards, and to further promote evidence-based activities and guidance.

  2. Facilitate regional and country-level coordination of WASH actors so that WASH programme planning and implementation is streamlined, resources are optimally utilised, and there is active participation of the Government, implementing and operational partners, refugees and other persons of concern as well as sister UN agencies. Effective coordination will identify gaps and overlaps in programming, address unmet needs, and orient existing activities to address priority public health issues. • Support WASH focal point to take lead role in coordinating WASH activities and ensure that decisions are implemented as agreed upon. • Work closely with HCR programme, field and protection staff as well as staff in other technical sectors (Public Health, Nutrition/Food Security, Environment and Livelihoods) to identify priority WASH issues and key data requirements for programme planning and monitoring to ensure that minimum UNHCR and int’l standards are met according to the phase of emergency. • Ensure coordination and sharing information will take place between others senior regional technical officers such as Shelter/Site Planner, Public Health, Nutrition and HIV Officers. • Promote inter-sectoral coordination outside and within UNHCR in all matters related to WASH programmes and be involved in WASH cluster coordination at regional level and assess potential collaboration with UNICEF, UNHabitat on defined areas. • Represent UNHCR in regional and national fora concerning refugees (and other persons of concern to UNHCR) and the WASH sector. • Update and disseminate information materials on WASH-based on standard practices and policies among partners. • Ensure that provisions contained in various Memoranda of Understanding between UNHCR and other organisations are applied as appropriate.

  3. Undertake needs and resources assessments with Governments and partners in order to prioritise needs and activities in provision of services to refugees and other persons of concern to UNHCR. • Support country-level WASH focal points to define the level and scope of UNHCR involvement, expressed in terms of overall and operational objectives during emergency situations as well as in care and maintenance and repatriation/reintegration programmes. • Support WASH focal points to participate in review and analysis of relevant project proposals and budgetary submissions presented by UNHCR partners within context of UNHCR programme cycle. • Ensure that project plans and proposals submitted to UNHCR for funding adhere to internationally accepted standards and are based on a comprehensive WASH strategy. • Guide and assist in preparation of engineering calculations leading to detailed drawings for required WASH infrastructures and activities with associated cost estimates for existing and new camps/settlements, transit centers, receptions centers, border exit stations. Prepare technical specifications and scope of work for the prescribed activities and associated budgetary implications as appropriate to context. • Maintain and update contingency plans for potential epidemics, refugee and returnee movements.

  4. Monitor and evaluate country-level WASH programmes against standard UNHCR and international indicators to ensure that programmes are evidence-based and implemented in a comprehensive and cost-effective manner. • Active involvement in all aspects of programme monitoring and evaluation with emphasis on checking levels of implementation and impact vis-à-vis resource inputs to measure cost-effectiveness and re-orient the programmes as appropriate. • Monitor technical and financial aspects of WASH programmes and provide technical guidelines and advice to UNHCR, other UN agencies and implementing partners in their activities related to WASH in refugee situations. • Apply UNHCR and cluster mechanisms and tools to ensure proper monitoring as appropriate.

  5. Support capacity building initiatives so that refugees and other persons of concern to UNHCR and its partners acquire the needed knowledge, skills, and sense of responsibility and ownership of programmes. • Support WASH focal points and coordinators to develop training plan, organise and act as resource persons in workshops and training both in-service (formal) and on the job (coaching). • Share with local and international partners on the ground relevant guidelines and information materials on WASH related programming, innovation, best practices from countries. • Support WASH focal points and coordinators to promote establishment of Refugee WASH Committees to enable their active participation in process of WASH planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.

  6. Advocate, inform, and communicate amongst stakeholders to ensure that refugee WASH issues are on the national and international agenda and that their WASH related needs and status of refugees and other persons of concern to UNHCR are appropriately documented and disseminated. • Promote information sharing on all aspects related to WASH in refugee situations. • Ensure regular updates and share information within UNHCR as well as with relevant government, UN and implementing and operational partners’ counterparts and donor communities in the host country on WASH status and needs.

  7. Emergency response: Able to be deployed for the first phase emergency response (for a maximum of one month), to carry out needs assessment and support the country to develop a WASH strategic plan of response.

  8. Any other responsibilities/functions deemed necessary or as delegated by the Head of the Office/Chief of Section to meet the level of the services in the organization.

  9. Liaise and coordinate with WASH Senior officer in Hqs. on technical activities related to the operation. The Regional WASH Coordinator will report monthly to the WASH Senior Officer at HQ on technical issues. Ad Hoc reports may be required on the issues demanding particular attention;

QUALIFICATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

REQUIRED Academic: Advanced University Degree in Civil Engineering, Public Health Engineering, or Environmental Studies, Hydrology or Water Resources Development.

Experience: • A minimum of 8 years of progressively relevant professional working experience in WASH related activities. At least 3 years experience should be with an international humanitarian organization dealing with large scale emergencies or displaced/refugee situations and, should be directly relevant to the current position. • Proven ability to deal with multiple tasks in a courteous and service-oriented manner in a demanding working condition that often has short deadlines. • Ability to coordinate a range of diverse actors and activities to achieve a common objective in the area of WASH is essential. • Demonstrated experience in organising and conducting training activities and information campaign on WASH-related issues. • Proven technical expertise in the area of WASH assessment including survey, programme implementation, monitoring and coordination is required. • Exposure to UNHCR mandate, its priorities and principles. • Knowledge and experience of working with local partner agencies with a capacity to provide formal and informal training.

Skills: • Ability towards analytical and creative thinking for rapid solutions. • Good communicator with strong interpersonal and negotiations skills to deal with persons of various cultural and educational backgrounds. • Strive to live up to high ethical and professional standards. • A team player with service-oriented attitudes. • Proficiency in basic computer software such as MS Access, Excel, Powerpoint, MS Word, water modelling sofware, and GIS.

Languages: Excellent knowledge of English (written / oral / comprehension) is essential, arabic will be an added advantage.

DESIRABLE • Experience and professional training in irrigation, site planning, or shelter with a good understanding of the main issues in the other two sectors. To this end, an advanced degree and additional training in one or more of the above sectors would be useful. • Applied knowledge in UNHCR programme management, project formulation, its programme cycles and reporting standards. • Previous exposure to cluster approach, preferably both at the global policy level and at field implementation approach. • Expertise in planning, formulation, implementation, monitoring and reporting on humanitarian operations. • Proficiency in the languages spoken in the region.

Duration We would like the person to start on the 1st of March (latest) until 31st of December 2012 with possibility of extension.

How to apply:

Interested candidates can send their CV and/or P11s to the following email address: porteaud@unhcr.org , quoting: Regional Senior WASH officer (MENA) until the 22nd of January 2012 included

Pakistan Regional Senior WASH officer

Background In 2010, the High Commissioner emphasized WASH interventions as one of his priorities and requested that a three-year WASH strategy be developed to ensure that all persons of concern are assured the basic right to water and sanitation facilities to reduce morbidity and mortality and enhance their safety, dignity and quality of life. The Africa bureau made WASH one of its entrenched priorities. Based on this observation and additional analyses carried out in 2010, the High Commissioner allocated 25 million USD in 2011 to WASH in addition to existing country budgets; 11 countries benefited from this allocation. The aim was to provide the required resource to improve the WASH situation and as much as possible meet UNHCR’s WASH standards. To ensure this major investment is sustained and maintained for the following years, it was decided to enhance UNHCR WASH capacity by hiring an additional 24 WASH positions in 16 countries, some of those positions will be Regional and at country level

Main duties and responsibilities He/She will be responsible for provision of professional technical support as well as strategic planning and policy guidance on activities within the areas of WASH. The incumbent is expected to play a lead role in formulating appropriate project proposals and assistance activities that should be incorporated into the relevant country/ regional programmes of UNHCR.

The Regional Senior WASH Officer will work under the technical supervision of the Senior WASH Officer in PHHIV at Headquarters and the line supervision of the Head of UNHCR Regional office. The incumbent will coordinate her/his activities with other sector technicians in the region. The objective, work plan, and the priorities of WASH interventions will be jointly formulated by the field, bureau and PHHIV section. UNHCR will conduct an evaluation after 12 months of the deployment to assess the impact of the regional post.

It is a regional post which will cover Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Nepal, Myanmar, Iran.

The Regional Senior WASH Officer will perform the following tasks and duties:

  1. Ensure, in close co-ordination with other humanitarian actors, that WASH services provided to refugees are based on relevant Minister looking after water and sanitation, UNHCR and/or internationally recognised and most up-to-date standards and policies. • Ensure that national and/or internationally accepted and relevant standards and policies are applied and adapted in close coordination with the host country, relevant UN agencies and partners in order to guide the provision of essential health services (preventative and curative). • Establish and/or adapt UNHCR internal guidelines and procedures to streamline inputs and improve efficiency of programme activities. • Promote applied research and programme evaluation to enable the identification of gaps in programme implementation and standards, and to further promote evidence-based activities and guidance.

  2. Facilitate regional and country-level coordination of WASH actors so that WASH programme planning and implementation is streamlined, resources are optimally utilised, and there is active participation of the Government, implementing and operational partners, refugees and other persons of concern as well as sister UN agencies. Effective coordination will identify gaps and overlaps in programming, address unmet needs, and orient existing activities to address priority public health issues. • Support WASH focal point to take lead role in coordinating WASH activities and ensure that decisions are implemented as agreed upon. • Work closely with HCR programme, field and protection staff as well as staff in other technical sectors (Public Health, Nutrition/Food Security, Environment and Livelihoods) to identify priority WASH issues and key data requirements for programme planning and monitoring to ensure that minimum UNHCR and int’l standards are met according to the phase of emergency. • Ensure coordination and sharing information will take place between others senior regional technical officers such as Shelter/Site Planner, Public Health, Nutrition and HIV Officers. • Promote inter-sectoral coordination outside and within UNHCR in all matters related to WASH programmes and be involved in WASH cluster coordination at regional level and assess potential collaboration with UNICEF, UNHabitat on defined areas. • Represent UNHCR in regional and national fora concerning refugees (and other persons of concern to UNHCR) and the WASH sector. • Update and disseminate information materials on WASH-based on standard practices and policies among partners. • Ensure that provisions contained in various Memoranda of Understanding between UNHCR and other organisations are applied as appropriate.

  3. Undertake needs and resources assessments with Governments and partners in order to prioritise needs and activities in provision of services to refugees and other persons of concern to UNHCR. • Support country-level WASH focal points to define the level and scope of UNHCR involvement, expressed in terms of overall and operational objectives during emergency situations as well as in care and maintenance and repatriation/reintegration programmes. • Support WASH focal points to participate in review and analysis of relevant project proposals and budgetary submissions presented by UNHCR partners within context of UNHCR programme cycle. • Ensure that project plans and proposals submitted to UNHCR for funding adhere to internationally accepted standards and are based on a comprehensive WASH strategy. • Guide and assist in preparation of engineering calculations leading to detailed drawings for required WASH infrastructures and activities with associated cost estimates for existing and new camps/settlements, transit centers, receptions centers, border exit stations. Prepare technical specifications and scope of work for the prescribed activities and associated budgetary implications as appropriate to context. • Maintain and update contingency plans for potential epidemics, refugee and returnee movements.

  4. Monitor and evaluate country-level WASH programmes against standard UNHCR and international indicators to ensure that programmes are evidence-based and implemented in a comprehensive and cost-effective manner. • Active involvement in all aspects of programme monitoring and evaluation with emphasis on checking levels of implementation and impact vis-à-vis resource inputs to measure cost-effectiveness and re-orient the programmes as appropriate. • Monitor technical and financial aspects of WASH programmes and provide technical guidelines and advice to UNHCR, other UN agencies and implementing partners in their activities related to WASH in refugee situations. • Apply UNHCR and cluster mechanisms and tools to ensure proper monitoring as appropriate.

  5. Support capacity building initiatives so that refugees and other persons of concern to UNHCR and its partners acquire the needed knowledge, skills, and sense of responsibility and ownership of programmes. • Support WASH focal points and coordinators to develop training plan, organise and act as resource persons in workshops and training both in-service (formal) and on the job (coaching). • Share with local and international partners on the ground relevant guidelines and information materials on WASH related programming, innovation, best practices from countries. • Support WASH focal points and coordinators to promote establishment of Refugee WASH Committees to enable their active participation in process of WASH planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.

  6. Advocate, inform, and communicate amongst stakeholders to ensure that refugee WASH issues are on the national and international agenda and that their WASH related needs and status of refugees and other persons of concern to UNHCR are appropriately documented and disseminated. • Promote information sharing on all aspects related to WASH in refugee situations. • Ensure regular updates and share information within UNHCR as well as with relevant government, UN and implementing and operational partners’ counterparts and donor communities in the host country on WASH status and needs.

  7. Emergency response: Able to be deployed for the first phase emergency response (for a maximum of one month), to carry out needs assessment and support the country to develop a WASH strategic plan of response.

  8. Any other responsibilities/functions deemed necessary or as delegated by the Head of the Office/Chief of Section to meet the level of the services in the organization.

  9. Liaise and coordinate with WASH Senior officer in Hqs. on technical activities related to the operation. The Regional WASH Coordinator will report monthly to the WASH Senior Officer at HQ on technical issues. Ad Hoc reports may be required on the issues demanding particular attention;

QUALIFICATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

REQUIRED Academic: Advanced University Degree in Civil Engineering, Public Health Engineering, or Environmental Studies, Hydrology or Water Resources Development.

Experience: • A minimum of 8 years of progressively relevant professional working experience in WASH related activities. At least 3 years experience should be with an international humanitarian organization dealing with large scale emergencies or displaced/refugee situations and, should be directly relevant to the current position. • Proven ability to deal with multiple tasks in a courteous and service-oriented manner in a demanding working condition that often has short deadlines. • Ability to coordinate a range of diverse actors and activities to achieve a common objective in the area of WASH is essential. • Demonstrated experience in organising and conducting training activities and information campaign on WASH-related issues. • Proven technical expertise in the area of WASH assessment including survey, programme implementation, monitoring and coordination is required. • Exposure to UNHCR mandate, its priorities and principles. • Knowledge and experience of working with local partner agencies with a capacity to provide formal and informal training.

Skills: • Ability towards analytical and creative thinking for rapid solutions. • Good communicator with strong interpersonal and negotiations skills to deal with persons of various cultural and educational backgrounds. • Strive to live up to high ethical and professional standards. • A team player with service-oriented attitudes. • Proficiency in basic computer software such as MS Access, Excel, Powerpoint, MS Word, water modelling sofware, and GIS.

Languages: Excellent knowledge of English (written / oral / comprehension) is essential

DESIRABLE • Experience and professional training in irrigation, site planning, or shelter with a good understanding of the main issues in the other two sectors. To this end, an advanced degree and additional training in one or more of the above sectors would be useful. • Applied knowledge in UNHCR programme management, project formulation, its programme cycles and reporting standards. • Previous exposure to cluster approach, preferably both at the global policy level and at field implementation approach. • Expertise in planning, formulation, implementation, monitoring and reporting on humanitarian operations. • Proficiency in the languages spoken in the region.

Duration We would like the person to start on the 1st of March (latest) until 31st of December 2012 with possibility of extension.

How to apply:

Interested candidates can send their CV and/or P11s to the following email address: porteaud@unhcr.org , quoting: Regional Senior WASH officer (Asia) until the 22nd of January 2012 included

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