Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Consultancy SIDA-funded DRC Great Lakes Civil Society Project

BACKGROUND
The Great Lakes Civil Society Project (GCP) is a regional programme implemented since January 2010 by the Danish Refugee Council with funding from the Swedish International Development Agency.

The GCP is implemented in partnership with civil society organisations in six countries of the Great Lakes region: Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi, Kenya, Uganda, Central African Republic, and South Sudan. The programme’s vision is for civil society to hold governments accountable to the commitments made for protecting displaced persons in their country, by proposing realistic policy solutions to conflict and displacement.

The programme supports national civil society organisations in documenting and analysing specific displacement and conflict issues, and translating these analyses into practical advocacy goals at the local, national and regional levels. It draws on existing legal and political frameworks for the protection of refugees and IDPs, such as the Great Lakes Pact on Security, Stability and Development, and the African Union Kampala Convention, as well as national-level IDP and refugee policies and legislative tools. Where possible, it encourages cross-border learning between civil society organisations and regional initiatives aimed at providing joint solutions to regional displacement problems.

The original proposal and logical framework (2009) outline the programme’s overall objectives as follows: • The capacity of civil society organisations to play a role and engage in activities and processes in support of the Great Lakes Pact and other related instruments, with a particular focus on protocols and programmes pertaining to displacement, is enhanced. • Civil society-led initiatives and activities that advocate for and support the implementation of national and regional commitments and duty bearer obligations under the Great Lakes Pact and other related instruments are supported.

The programme’s overall vision and strategy were refined following field visits that took place throughout 2010 in the six countries of operation. DRC submitted amended descriptions of country-specific objectives, implementing partners and overall activities, in updated operational programme documents which were approved by SIDA in November 2010. The programme was renamed “Great Lakes Civil Society Project” in October 2011.

OBJECTIVES OF THE MID-TERM REVIEW The objectives of the Mid-term review are to:

1) Assess the relevance of the Project’s approach for improving the capacity of civil society organisations (CSOs) to reach concrete policy changes for the protection of the displaced at the local, national and regional levels:
• Analyse the quality of the context analyses that were carried out in the start-up phases of the Project and that served to inform the overall strategy/objectives; • Assess the relevance of the change in operational strategy that took place at the end of 2010, refocusing the Project’s vision and strategy; • Evaluate the choice of CSO in each country and its strategic value for reaching the Project’s objectives;
• Assess the choice of issues/topics identified in each country and their strategic value for addressing displacement from a local and a regional perspective.

2) Analyse, for the period 2010-2011, the extent to which the Project has reached the objectives set out in the programme documents: • Examine the extent to which the Project offers innovative ways of operationalising the norms and protocols contained in national/international legal frameworks, by looking specifically at the following activities: • Research/analysis
• Advocacy • Networking/information-exchange • Sensitisation/ /Mediation/Dialogue

3) Examine the quality and efficiency of the support given by the Project team to the different CSO partners: • Availability to discuss needs and working goals with partners • Timeliness of the response given to partner proposals • Extent to which the technical support offered served to reach the agreed goals

4) Analyse the efforts made to develop the cross-border/regional dimension of the Project; • Links between partners • Links with international/regional institutions

5) Examine the link between activities and outputs in quarterly and annual reports and assess the extent to which the logframe needs to be adapted to better reflect the new vision, activities and methodology of the Project.

6) Assess the effects/outputs of the Project for the period 2010-2011: • Document the effects/outputs generated as a direct result of the Project’s activities in terms of process:
a. Project partners’ capacities to document and analyse displacement b. Project partners’ knowledge of the legal/political frameworks governing displacement c. Project partners’ capacities to formulate clear goals and translate them into workable operational plans • Document the effects/outputs generated as a direct result of the Project’s activities in terms of outcome:
a. concrete policy changes at the local, national and/or regional level as a direct result of the partners’ activities

7) Make recommendations for improving the implementation of the project for the period 2012 and beyond.

TIME-FRAME AND LOCATION The review will take place throughout the month of February 2012 over a period of approximately 17 days. The consultant/evaluator will work alongside DRC’s Great Lakes Civil Society Project team in Nairobi, but is also expected to consult a sample of the Project’s partners in Kenya, Burundi and Democratic Republic of Congo. The partners consulted should be implementing projects in the framework of the programme since at least mid-2010.

Subject to change according to the methodology and approach selected, a tentative time plan may be: • 2 days’ preparation: reading programme documents and meeting DRC’s Great Lakes team; • 3 days in Nairobi for interviews with DRC team and Kenya partner • 5 days in Bujumbura for interviews with DRCongo and Burundi partners • 2 days for debrief and presentation of pre-final report in Nairobi • 5 days for report-writing

The final report has to be delivered by 15 March 2012.

TARGET AUDIENCE • DRC Great Lakes and Senior Management Nairobi • DRC Africa and heads of desk in Copenhagen • SIDA • Partners in the five countries of implementation

EXPECTED OUTPUTS • A draft report, not exceeding 20 pages, reflecting all major findings and conclusions to be shared with DRC Great Lakes for review and feedback • A final report reflecting comments and feedback, including an executive summary.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED Strong background in civil society capacity-building, conflict analysis, policy and advocacy on forced migration, and project monitoring/evaluation. The consultant must be able to communicate in both French and English. The final report is to be submitted in English. Experience in the Great Lakes region is preferable.

FURTHER INFORMATION You are welcome to contact DRC’s Great Lakes Programme Manager, Ms. Alexandra Bilak, by email at the following address: gl-pm.hoa@drc.dk for further information or questions.

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

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

How to apply:

APPLICATION PROCESS Interested candidates are to submit the following documents:

• CV • 3-page outline of the envisaged approach to perform the evaluation according to the ToR • Detailed budget in EUR or USD including consulting fees, travel, per diem, and other relevant costs.

Please forward the application and CV in English to DRC’s Great Lakes Programme Manager, email: gl-pm.hoa@drc.dk and marked “Mid-Term Review of SIDA-funded Great Lakes Civil Society Project”, no later than 12. February 2012.

Technical Advisor, Reproductive Health PSI

PSI is a leading global health organization with programs targeting malaria, child survival, HIV and reproductive health. Working in partnership within the public and private sectors, and harnessing the power of the markets, PSI provides life-saving products, clinical services and behavior change communications that empower the world's most vulnerable populations to lead healthier lives.

PSI's core values are a belief in markets and market mechanisms to contribute to sustained improvements in the lives of the poor; results and a strong focus on measurement; speed and efficiency with a predisposition to action and an aversion to bureaucracy; decentralization and empowering our staff at the local level; and a long term commitment to the people we serve. PSI has programs in 67 countries. For more information, please visit www.psi.org.

PSI/Guatemala is recruiting for a Technical Advisor on Reproductive Health to be based in Guatemala City. The TA will advise on the SIFPO program and other FP programs in Guatemala, with frequent travel required to the Western Highland region of Guatemala. The Technical Advisor will build capacity of PSI staff and provide technical expertise to the platform in Guatemala. The Technical Advisor will provide guidance and assistance primarily in program management, marketing and communications, sales and distribution, and financial management. Pending funding, the TA may also play a role in advising on a broader MCH program, including nutrition.
*This position is contingent on funding

RESPONSIBILITIES
This job as the following responsibilities:

1. Program Management
• Offer guidance in development, implementation and management evidence-based programming that is in line with organizational best practices, national health plans, and platform strategic plans.
• Create and accurately manage project budgets.
• Participate in the development of annual marketing plans and work plans.
• Lead teams in the execution of relevant project deliverables.
• Manage and mentor assigned staff.
• Ensure that relevant projects are contractually compliant, including meeting all reporting requirements and donor deliverables.
• Review research conducted in support of programs and assist platform to increase health impact and efficiency.
• Coordinate with appropriate PSI headquarters technical departments to ensure that program activities follow best practices.
• Liaise with government officials, partners, and donors.
• Under direction of CR, seek out new funding opportunities and lead or contribute to proposals.
• Participate actively in partner meetings, working groups and other coordinating bodies.


2. Platform Support
• Provide technical expertise to CR and platform staff and seek out opportunities to build staff capacity in order to contribute to long-term organizational sustainability.
• Develop and implement systems that result in improved operational efficiency.
• Contribute to platform strategic planning.
• Assist CR and senior staff to establish and enforce platform policies and procedures in order to achieve PSI Minimum Standards.
• Develop a strong relationship with the Reproductive Health team of the MOH.

3. Capacity Building
• Strengthen the capacity of and transfer skills to staff to independently implement, manage, and improve business practice and technical services.
• Provide technical assistance in areas of family planning and reproductive health, social franchising, and marketing and communications.
• Raise the performance of Directors, key managers and the teams they lead, creating a culture of shared leadership and ownership of programs and processes.
• Continuously assess progress of teams and individuals, adjusting technical inputs based on the needs required to meet organizational and individual objectives.
• Facilitate implementation with teams through the development and continual updating of actionable plans.
• Support development and implementation of sustainable and effective systems to improve accountability and deliver results.
• Be responsible for and assist in the completion of key reports and deliverables.
• Play supporting role in representing PSI/Guatemala with stakeholders, including NGO, multilaterals, donors and the Government.


QUALIFICATIONS:
• Undergraduate degree in relevant discipline and at least four years of work experience as a technical advisor, consultant, program manager or similar role OR
• Graduate degree in relevant discipline and work experience as a technical advisor, consultant, program manager or similar role
• At least two years of experience working in a developing country.
• Knowledge of health service delivery programs in developing countries, with a focus on family planning and reproductive health.
• Demonstrated expertise in the relevant discipline: marketing and communications, operations, research, sales and distribution.
• Minimum 3 years experience supervising others
• Familiarity with social marketing and behavior change communication
• Knowledge of donors such as USG, Global Fund, KfW, DFID, and private foundations.
• Fluency in English and Spanish.
• The successful candidate will be a creative, innovative and strategic thinker, and will have: excellent communication, analytical, organizational, interpersonal and cross-cultural skills; a passion for private sector approaches to development; and proven ability to produce results

APPLY ONLINE at http://www.psi.org. No calls or emails, please.
PSI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from qualified individuals
regardless of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation or disability

PSI , Program Manager, Community Case Management (CCM)

PSI is a leading global health organization with programs targeting malaria, child survival, HIV and reproductive health. Working in partnership within the public and private sectors, and harnessing the power of the markets, PSI provides life-saving products, clinical services and behavior change communications that empower the world's most vulnerable populations to lead healthier lives.

PSI's core values are a belief in markets and market mechanisms to contribute to sustained improvements in the lives of the poor; results and a strong focus on measurement; speed and efficiency with a predisposition to action and an aversion to bureaucracy; decentralization and empowering our staff at the local level; and a long term commitment to the people we serve. PSI has programs in 67 countries. For more information, please visit www.psi.org.

PSI’s Malaria and Child Survival Department (MCSD) seeks a Program Manager, Community Case Management (CCM) to lead the launch and scale up of new CCM programs and coordinate an existing, CIDA funded, CCM project being implemented in four African countries; Cameroon, DRC, Malawi and Mali. The Program Manager, CCM will liaise closely with PSI country offices and Ministry of Health partners in relevant countries; raise the profile of PSI’s CCM programs with external partners and within PSI, and raise funds and put in place improved quality assurance measures for CCM programs. The Program Manager, CCM will be responsible for the growth and quality of PSI’s CCM program with special focus on leading the CIDA funded program. The impact of this project on all cause child mortality will be measured in partnership with WHO/TDR.

This individual will report to the Senior Technical Advisor for Integrated Case Management with a flexible posting location in either the Regional Technical Services Hub in Nairobi, Kenya or PSI Headquarters in Washington, DC.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Support PSI affiliates to design CCM projects, develop strategies, and write proposals with the aim of launching and scaling up evidence based CCM.
• Ensure CCM quality standards developed in the CIDA project are used in all future CCM projects
• Guide the evolution of PSI’s CCM strategy as part of the wider Integrated Case Management (ICM) strategy based on monitoring results and an evolving policy and funding context.
• Organizing and facilitating planning and progress reporting forums in the CIDA 4 countries
• Supporting the procurement of quality assured commodities as required
• Ensuring effective collaboration with Government and partner organizations
• Providing annual reports on program progress to country partners and CIDA.
• Organizing and managing the dissemination of results through an appropriate mix of media including peer review publications.
• Helping countries to identify new funding sources for CCM and obtain funding for the continuation and expansion of CCM in the 4 CIDA countries
• Develop and disseminate case studies to demonstrate lessons learned in CCM projects
• Work in collaboration with the MCSD Program Manger to regularly monitor CIDA project expenditure, preparation of donor invoices, development and realignment of donor budgets, analysis of grant modifications and close-outs, etc
• To be the MCSD Country Focal Point for Malawi, Cameroon and Mali

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Masters degree in Public health, Social Science or equivalent experience
• Minimum 5 years experience managing public health programs in Africa
• Experience with community management of childhood illness, home management of malaria, malaria case management, malaria research preferred
• Experience implementing standardized programs across multiple countries and remotely managing teams in multiple countries
• Strong M&E skills linked to dissemination of results
• Strong communication skills (both written and oral)
• Self motivated with a demonstrated ability to work under pressure in a results orientated environment with minimal supervision
• Proficiency in word processing, excel spreadsheet software and basic data analysis required
• Willingness to travel approximately 30%
• Written and spoken fluency in English and French

APPLY ONLINE at http://www.psi.org. No calls or emails, please.
PSI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from qualified individuals
regardless of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation or disability.

Call for Tenders for an assessment on ‘South-South labour mobility in the Pacific region’

The ACP Observatory on Migration and the University of the South Pacific, Fiji, have the pleasure in sharing the attached Terms of Reference and Guidelines for a Call for Tenders for an assessment on ‘South-South labour mobility in the Pacific region’ with you.

With the assistance of the University of the South Pacific, the ACP Observatory is commissioning the study to contribute the identification and better understanding of the South-South labour mobility needs for skilled and semi-skilled workers in the Pacific region. The research will analyse current intraregional migration patterns and existing policy frameworks governing labour migration in the Pacific region and formulate recommendations for the planned Temporary Movement of Natural Persons (TMNP) scheme in the framework of the Pacific Island Countries Trade Agreement (PICTA) based on good practices from other ACP and developing countries and regions.

The activities are expected to last at a maximum 6 months.

Deadline for submission of offers is 19 February 2012, midnight (GMT+1). Please send your offer to ACP-Observatory-RES@iom.int, copying eberhard.weber@usp.ac.fj. No applications will be accepted after this deadline.

Any natural and legal persons from the 79 ACP States and 27 Member States of the European Union can apply (except the Consortium partners and associates [http://www.acpmigration-obs.org/node/78] of the ACP Observatory).

Required documents are:

1. A Concept Note;
2. A list of researchers and their CVs (in the EU format). Each CV should state the areas of expertise and experience in migration and development studies, including a list of relevant publications;
3. A budget outline (see annex 1 for a template);
4. A proposed plan of action;
5. and the signed Service Tender Submission Form, including the Statement of Exclusivity and Availability (see annex 2).
6. And the completed Bid Security (Bank Guarantee) form (see annex 3).

More information can be found in the enclosed Guidelines and Terms of Reference for the study. Please also regularly consult our website: www.acpmigration-obs.org. Questions can be submitted to ACP-Observatory-RES@iom.int, copying eberhard.weber@usp.ac.fj. Answers will also be made available on the ACP Observatory website.

Continental Programme Development Advisor SOS Children’s Villages International

The post holder will be based in one of the following countries: Hungary, Estonia, Poland or Latvia reporting directly to the Programme Development Department of Continental Office CEE/CIS/Baltics in Vienna.


Tasks and responsibilities:
? Support National Associations of SOS Children’s Villages in 8 countries (Poland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Czech Republic, Belarus, Croatia) in the strategic development and growth of national Children Village Programmes in area family strengthening and education;
? Guide and support National Associations in 8 countries in programme development, including planning, quality assurance, monitoring and evaluation of family strengthening and education projects;
? Facilitate knowledge sharing and capacity building of the national staff;
? Contribute to the development of continental guidelines and standards;
? Assist the Programme Head with regard to the administration, documentation, cross-national data capturing and analysis of Family Strengthening and education projects in 8 countries;
? Build partnerships on continental level with other organisations working on issues related to prevention of child separation and education and advocate on behalf of SOS Children’s Villages.


Main Requirements:
? Advanced degree in the area of social work, social pedagogy, psychology or international development
? At least 3 years work experience in the field of child protection and well-being (preferably in the area of prevention of child abandonment and issues concerning families at risk of separation)
? Strong experience and skills in project management, strategic planning, monitoring and evaluation
? Basic financial and HR understanding
? Experience in organizing and holding workshops and meetings
? Knowledge of international development
? Fluent in written and spoken English
? Readiness to travel at least 30% of working time
? Leadership skills
? Excellent communication and networking skills

Preferred additional criteria:
? Work experience in an inter-country position
? Experience in community mobilization and development
? Work experience with government authorities
? Knowledge in Education field in national or international level


We Offer:
? Diverse and challenging tasks in an international working environment
? Opportunities for further training


How to apply
Please send your CV and motivation letter to eucbjobs@sos-kd.org by 15 February putting Continental Programme Development Advisor in the subject line.

Program Assistant for Operations Institute for Reproductive Health Georgetown University

The Georgetown University Institute for Reproductive Health (IRH) addresses global reproductive health and family planning issues through a research-to-practice agenda. Our emphasis is on fertility awareness-based methods of family planning; strategies for developing equitable gender norms for youth; and improving the quality of HIV/AIDS services by reducing stigma and discrimination. Cross-cutting themes in the Institute’s work include network and system strengthening, scale up of innovations and incorporating gender perspectives in reproductive health. The Institute partners with a wide range of organizations both globally and in the countries in which we work, conducts research, builds capacity, and provides technical assistance to public and private-sector organizations in lower and middle-income countries and the U.S.

The Program Assistant position will contribute to the Institute’s goal of increasing access to fertility-awareness based methods (FAM) of family planning, while maintaining best practices, including a focus on informed choice and quality of care. The Program Assistant is a member of the Operations Team and the Knowledge Management Team and provides administrative assistance to the Senior Management Team. As a part of the Operations Team, the Program Assistant provides support to contractual agreements, project management, and information technology, so as to ensure smooth, efficient functioning of the Institute. As part of the Knowledge Management Team, the Program Assistant assists in providing information and resources that enable all IRH staff to effectively utilize available technology and remain informed about projects at IRH and developments within the global health field. The Program Assistant supports the work of the Senior Management Team through administrative and technical tasks, monitoring the IRH Annual Workplan, and organizing events and conferences as needed.


Essential functions

• Assist with contractual agreements, including the preparation, revision, submission and tracking of subagreements, work orders, and consultant agreements. Update the Database of Subagreements with relevant information regarding current and past invoices, contracts and contract modifications. Oversee recruitment and hiring of new staff and interns.

• Assist the Senior Management Team by providing updates, tracking deadlines, and sharing key issues discussed at the meetings with IRH staff. Coordinate the preparation of USAID documentation, including the annual workplan and budget. Assist with special tasks from the SMT as assigned.

• Arrange and coordinate meetings and events; track domestic and international conferences, IRH attendance and exhibits; organize the annual International Staff Meeting. Coordinate international travel and visa requests for IRH staff and consultants.

• Provide administrative and technical support to the Knowledge Management Team. Organize internal staff trainings and provide relevant, useful resources to all staff. Assist with special tasks as assigned.


• Perform a variety of administrative and management tasks including maintaining timesheet and leave request files, development and adherence to the Procedures Manual, maintaining Operations share drive, and updating the Institute’s contact information.

• Interact with USAID counterparts in Washington, DC and in developing countries, as well as with representatives of partner organizations; assist in the preparation of quality presentations, papers, and documents in English and French.


Qualifications

Education
• Bachelor’s degree in related field required.
• Knowledge of international development, with specific knowledge of women’s health/reproductive issues in developing country settings desirable.

Experience
• One to two years’ experience working in an office environment required.
• Experience living and working in developing country settings highly desirable.
• Familiarity with USAID programs and the international donor community

Skills
• High level of proficiency (FSI level 4) in spoken and written French required, Spanish language ability an asset
• Ability to coordinate and handle multiple priorities and input from several people
• Ability to work effectively in team settings and with technical and administrative staff and consultants to maximize smooth program implementation
• Demonstrated oral and written business communications skills
• Self-starter with excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
• Skilled in Microsoft Office applications required


This position will initially be hired through a sub agreement with Development International, Inc., and will transition to Georgetown employment within 2 months. Development International is an equal opportunity employer.

Send resume and cover letter with “Program Assistant for Operations” in the subject line to irhresumes@gmail.com. No phone calls, please.

Senior Business and Finance Consultant - Kyrgyzstan

Overall Objective
Under the supervision of the Protection Programme Manager, the international technical expert will work in close cooperation with the national Business and Finance Expert; s/he will provide strategic advice to enhance project implementation, review and verify project strategy for business and finance related activities and undertake all necessary capacity building steps to assist the national expert.

Background
In response to the violent clashes in Southern Kyrgyzstan in June 2010, DRC has established an emergency operation in the country, based in Osh. DRC’s response is currently concentrated in 2 main sectors: protection and shelter. This particular vacancy post related to duties within DRC’s protection response. DRC is commencing a new project component in Southern Kyrgyzstan, funded by the European Union (EU) to strengthen the protection of residential property and business rights. The project aimed at improving access to finance for entrepreneurs and small scale businesses and at supporting existing networks of entrepreneurs and businesses in order to revitalize the local economy affected by the ethnic conflict.

Duties
• Support national officer in developing training and workshops on access to finance for entrepreneurs and small scale businesses
• Assist in the preparation of trainings and workshops for beneficiaries and business associations/networks receiving grants
• Provide strategic advice for the development and the management of a small scale grants scheme
• Develop materials for information campaigns

Qualifications
• Advanced university degree in business and/or finance or related field
• At least 10 years of relevant work experience, preferably in the region
• Previous experience with working in an NGO and/or the UN
• Proven knowledge of business related advisory work
• Fluency in written and spoken English essential; knowledge of Russian an asset
• Highly organized and with a strong attention to details
• Excellent communication skills

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

Conditions
Availability: April 2012.

Duty station: Osh, with frequent travel throughout Southern Kyrgyzstan.

Contract: The contract is for two months; one month in April 2012 and one month in November 2012. Salary and other conditions in accordance with the Danish Refugee Council’s Terms of Employment for Expatriates (available at www.drc.dk under Vacancies). The position will be placed at salary level B3.

Further information
For more information, please contact Programme Co-ordinator Fabiana Maffeis, fabiana.maffeis@drc-centralasia.org, phone: +996 (557) 999736

Please note that we only accept applications sent via our online system at www.drc.dk under Vacancies > Current vacancies > Senior Business and Finance Consultant – Kyrgyzstan. Applications sent directly to Mrs. Fabiana Maffeis will not be considered.

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

Application and CV
DRC only accepts applications sent via our online-application form on www.drc.dk under Vacancies > Current Vacancies > Senior Business and Finance Consultant – Kyrgyzstan. Please remember to upload both a letter of application and your CV and do not attach any written recommendations.

CV-only applications will not be considered.

Please submit the application and CV, in English and marked “Senior Business and Finance Consultant, Kyrgyzstan”, no later than 29. February 2012.

Please contact Anne Oxholm, job@drc.dk, if you experience problems with your online application.

About DRC
The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is a private, independent, humanitarian organization working on all aspects of the refugee cause in more than twenty five countries throughout the world. The aim of DRC is to protect refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) against persecution and to promote durable solutions to the problems of forced migration, on the basis of humanitarian principles and human rights. DRC works in accordance with the UN Conventions on Refugees and the Code of Conduct for the ICRC and NGOs in Disaster Relief.

The protection and assistance to conflict affected population is provided within a long-term, regional and rights-based approach in order to constitute a coherent and effective response to the challenges posed by today’s conflicts. Assistance consists of relief and other humanitarian aid, rehabilitation, support to return and repatriation as well as promotion of long-term solutions to displacement and its causes. In addition, support and capacity building of local and national authorities and NGOs form an integral part of DRC’s work.

Senior Business and Finance Consultant - Kyrgyzstan

Communication, Monitoring & Evaluation Manager for the Central African Republic (CAR).

Locally Recruited Expatriate

The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is advertising the position of Communication, Monitoring & Evaluation Manager for the Central African Republic (CAR).

DRC is one of the largest operational NGOs in CAR. The program activities cover Protection, Food Security, Early Recovery, WASH and Education and are being implemented in the north of the country from 3 Field Bases and 8 Sub bases under the coordination of the Bangui Office.

JOB PURPOSE

The main purpose of the Communication, Monitoring & Evaluation manager position is to communicate about DRC activities in RCA and to facilitate the monitoring and evaluation management of the projects through technical support to the projects managers.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Communication officer:

• Develop media strategies and facilitate the implementation communication and advocacy initiatives, to promote a better understanding of the humanitarian situation and a better knowledge of the DRC programme and initiatives in CAR

• Assist the DRC country office with internal information, and development of key external information products (like Annual Reports, etc.)

• Assist the DRC country office in accommodating good "donor visibility"

• Assist the project managers with marketing events when their activities are in focus (Artist galla, etc.)

• Organise and facilitate donor visits to the field in coordination with the project managers and/or the heads of base

• Collect and analyze information from the projects for communication about DRC’s projects

• Send information about DRC’s activities in CAR to contribute to OCHA’s news-bulletin, the web site of DRC in Copenhagen and any other relevant publications

• Produce or oversee the production of information/communication products (press kits, press releases, feature articles, speeches, booklets, brochures, backgrounders, audio-visual material, radio spots)

• Manage DRC’s visibility in the country (T-shirts, stickers...)

• Assist with any other task as required

Supervision and assistance to the Monitoring and Evaluation system for DRC’s projects in CAR:

• Ensure that all DRC projects are implemented through an M&E Tool Box (Project documents, data collecting system, Data Base tool, and Analysing tools)

• Ensure that all DRC projects have a complete and updated reporting Calendar based on donor requirements

• Carry out regular field visits to ensure technical support for a good and efficient data collection for the M&E system

• Develop, revise and update the M&E system of the program through:

  1. Participation in the process of determining different aspects of information required, in accordance with program.

  2. Actively participate in developing appropriate M&E tools for data collection.

  3. Participation in developing the process of data collection including frequency, methods, etc.

  4. Continually review the effectiveness of the system and take initiatives to revise the system as necessary

  5. Provide training to the team on M&E formats and guideline methods of collecting and analyzing data.

  6. Ensure that the data collection methods are properly followed in the field offices as well as ensuring that data is collected following the guidelines properly and timely.

  7. Together with the Country Director develop standards on how quality is to be maintained with regards to the information system.

  8. Use M&E data to communicate about DRC activities and to develop advocacy material

QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

• Relevant university degree or higher education, preferably in media and communication

• Experience of working with humanitarian / development issues

• Experience of working with media and in producing/initiating news stories for TV, radio, newspapers or social media

• Proven entrepreneurship and innovation skills in communication and media work

• Proven ability to analyse political and humanitarian contexts

• Experience of work in Africa

• Fluent in both French and English

• Capacity to analyse data from monitoring assessments and high capability to work on (Excel, Word, Outlook, Sphinx)

• Capacity to work in a team

• Experience in training / coaching

• Capacity to work in a post conflict area

• Willing and capable to carry out many field visits in all the geographical areas of operations

• Sense of responsibility and able to work under pressure

• Capacity to develop human and inter cultural understanding and relations

• Well structures, rigorous and a sense of detail

• Proven diplomatic and negotiation skills

• Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills in both English and French

• Holder of a valid international driver’s licence

• Flexible – and it helps if you have a sense of humour

CONDITIONS

Starting date: As soon as possible (February 2012)

Duty station: Bangui & field bases

Reporting Line: The Communication, Monitoring & Evaluation Manager reports directly to the Country Director

Contract duration: 6 months with possible extension

Salary/benefits: According to DRC’s general directions and experience of the candidate, 3000 to 4000 Euros per month, and free housing of moderate standard in the field. Contribution to accommodation of approximately 300 Euros / per month for Bangui when staying in his/her own accommodation. Contribution to transport or accommodation costs for each R&R up to 1000 $. Regular holidays + R&R every 3 months.

The Communication, Monitoring and Evaluation Manager will be expected to undertake field missions up 50% of the time.

FURTHER INFORMATION

You are welcome to contact Country Director for CAR, Rodolphe Moinaux, ph. +23672724827 or email: drccar@drc.dk, for additional information about the position.

Please note that applications are not to be sent to Mr. Moinaux. We only accept application sent via our online system accessible at www.drc.dk/Vacancies. Applications sent directly to Mr. Moinaux will NOT be considered.

For information about our work and organisation, please visit our website www.drc.dk.

APPLICATION AND CV

Only motivated applications that address the stipulated duties and meet the required qualifications, in English and marked “Communication, Monitoring & Evaluation Manager – CAR”, sent together with a CV will be considered.

Applications are to be sent to no later than 10. February 2011.

Please note that the candidate must be proficient in BOTH French and English. CV-only applications will not be considered. We only accept applications sent via our online application system on www.drc.dk under Vacancies > Current vacancies > Communication, Monitoring & Evaluation Manager - CAR.

Please contact Ms Anne Oxholm, job@drc.dk, if you experience problems with your online application.

How to apply:

APPLICATION AND CV

Only motivated applications that address the stipulated duties and meet the required qualifications, in English and marked “Communication, Monitoring & Evaluation Manager – CAR”, sent together with a CV will be considered.

Applications are to be sent to no later than 10. February 2011.

Please note that the candidate must be proficient in BOTH French and English. CV-only applications will not be considered. We only accept applications sent via our online application system on www.drc.dk under Vacancies > Current vacancies > Communication, Monitoring & Evaluation Manager - CAR.

Please contact Ms Anne Oxholm, job@drc.dk, if you experience problems with your online application.

Logistics Coordinator for the Central African Republic (CAR).

Locally Recruited Expatriate

BACKGROUND

The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is advertising the position of Logistics Coordinator for the Central African Republic (CAR).

DRC responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. Founded in 1956 by a consortium of NGOs, DRC offers life-saving care and life-changing assistance to refugees forced to flee from war or disaster, using human rights and humanitarian principles. At work today in over 30 countries, we restore safety, dignity and hope to millions who are uprooted and struggling to endure. DRC leads the way from harm to home.

DRC has been providing assistance to displaced and host communities and in general to conflict-affected populations in the Central African Republic (CAR) since August 2008, in the departments of Ouham, Ouham Pendé and Bamingui Bangoran, which are in conflict-affected areas with significant numbers of IDPs. DRC’s sectors of assistance in CAR include protection, livelihoods and WASH. Currently there are over 136,000 IDPs in CAR.

Within the protection sector, DRC is one of the largest NGOs in CAR, with personnel in all field offices (Paoua/Ouham Pendé, Batangafo/Ouham, Ndélé/Bamingui Bangoran), sub-offices (Markounda/Ouham, Kabo/Ouham) and other locations (Mbaïki/Lobaye) and a 2011 funding portfolio of USD 3 million. The program strategy for 2012 covers child DDR, legal aid, emergency protection (including IDP profiling and peacebuilding initiatives)and emergency education. DRC is Co-Lead of the Protection Cluster and of a number of sub-clusters.DRC reintegration projects emphasise a community-based approach in terms of developing community infrastructure, developing protection committees and conducting children’s rights sensitisation campaigns, all of which capitalise on synergies with other protection projects and/or DRC programmes wherever possible.

JOB PURPOSE

The Protection Project Manager (Child DDR) is responsible for leading achievements in the following areas:

• Coordination of children’s reintegration and related projects

• Protection mainstreaming with DRC Education, Food Security and Early Recovery (livelihood) projects

• Ensuring sustainability of all project interventions

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Program Implementation:

• Ensure that children’s demobilisation, reintegration and related projects are implemented in a timely, professional and sustainable manner in accordance with donor objectives, goals and indicators as well as protection standards. Identify and seize opportunities to mainstream protection activities into DRC Education, Food Security and Early recovery programmes through available protection project resources.

• Supervise and coordinate the systematic collection of information and reporting on rights violation in the area of intervention

• Organize regular field visits to ensure technical support to field staff and local partners.

• Submit regular project reports to the Protection Coordinator.

• Meet regularly with local authorities to foster good will and support for all protection activities.

• Represent DRC in protection cluster and sub-cluster meetings, as requested.

Program Planning, M&E and Finance:

• Support the Protection Coordinator in developing protection activities which support the overall DRC Strategic Program Document (SPD).

• Search actively for new project ideas and activitiesSupport the Protection Coordinator in drafting concept papers and assist in the preparation of creative, realistic and cost-effective project proposals

• Prepare realistic project plans

• Monitor commitments and expenditures against budgets

• Ensure that there is no over expenditure on budget lines.

• Liaise with DRC Administration, Finance and Logistics departments, as well as with the Protection Coordinator to ensure smooth operations.

• Guarantee a smooth M&E of project activities (Establish and maintain a regular system of project evaluation and progress monitoring).

Management and Human Resources:

• Supervise and work closely with national protection staff Design and deliver ongoing protection trainings and capacity-building exercises for national staff and DRC partners.

• Carry out timely DRC Performance Appraisals of protection staff.

• In coordination with the Protection Coordinator, make recommendations on hiring, promotions, disciplinary measures, and termination of contracts.

Protection Policy:

• Commit to respect DRC's Protection Policy.

• Commit to ensure the best implementation possible of DRC's Protection Policy in CAR.

• Commit to inform DRC's Head Office of any allegation or possibility of violation of DRC's Protection Policy.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

• Advanced university degree in law, social sciences or related field

• At least 2 years experience in child DDR, child protection and emergency protection

• At least three years of relevant field experience in emergency or post-emergency settings

• Fluency in and written and spoken French; good English skills

• Experience in capacity building and support of national staff

• Experience in managing local partners

• Experience in combining protection issues with the delivery of humanitarian assistance

• Very good writing and reporting skills

• Strong organizational, interpersonal, negotiation and communications skills

• Strong capacity for conducting context analysis

• Highly motivated, results-oriented, and creative in problem-solving

• Ability to cope with heavy workloads and to work under pressure

• Willingness to live and work under difficult conditions in remote emergency and post-conflict settings with few amenities

• A high level of social-cultural sensitivity when dealing with colleagues, partners and beneficiaries

CONDITIONS

Starting date: As soon as possible (mid-February 2012)

Duty Station: Ndele

Reporting Line: Protection Project Manager (Child DDR) reports directly to the Protection Coordinator

Contract duration: 12 months (With a possibility of extension pending performance and funding available). Please note that this is a locally recruited expatriate position. Salary 3000 EUR, insurance, one flight/ year, R&R every 3 month with maximum 1000$ transport reimbursed.

FURTHER INFORMATION

You are welcome to contact Country Director for CAR, Rodolphe Moinaux, ph. +23672724827 or email: drccar@drc.dk for additional information about the position.

Please note that applications are not to be sent to Mr. Moinaux. We only accept application sent via our online system accessible at www.drc.dk/Vacancies. Applications sent directly to Mr. Moinaux will NOT be considered.

For information about our work and organisation, please visit our website www.drc.dk.

APPLICATION AND CV

Only motivated applications that address the stipulated duties and meet the required qualifications, in English and marked “Protection Project Manager (Children DDR)”, sent together with a CV will be considered.

Applications are to be sent to no later than 10. February 2011.

Please note that the Candidate must be proficient in BOTH French and English. CV-only applications will not be considered. We only accept applications sent via our online-application form on www.drc.dk under Vacancies > Current vacancies > Protection Project Manager (Child DDR) – CAR.

Please contact Ms Anne Oxholm, job@drc.dk, if you experience problems with your online application.

How to apply:

APPLICATION AND CV

Only motivated applications that address the stipulated duties and meet the required qualifications, in English and marked “Protection Project Manager (Children DDR)”, sent together with a CV will be considered.

Applications are to be sent to no later than 10. February 2011.

Please note that the Candidate must be proficient in BOTH French and English. CV-only applications will not be considered. We only accept applications sent via our online-application form on www.drc.dk under Vacancies > Current vacancies > Protection Project Manager (Child DDR) – CAR.

Please contact Ms Anne Oxholm, job@drc.dk, if you experience problems with your online application.

Communications Assistant/ Dakar

Starting Date: February, 2012
Reports To: Communications and Media Coordinator

Coordinates With: Project staff; freelancers and contractors.
Staff Reporting: None

Background:
Wetlands International is a leading global, non-profit organization dedicated solely to the work of wetlands conservation and wise use, as a contribution to sustainable development. The organization has a core staff of around 250 people in 20 offices world wide and cooperates with an active world-wide network of wetland scientists, managers and conservationists. Wetlands International works with partners in government, NGO’s and the private sector. The Netherlands office is the headquarters for the global organization.

Wetlands International Africa develops and implements Wetlands International’s work in the Africa region, led by a regional office in Dakar, Senegal. The office develops and manages a diverse portfolio of regional level multi-partner projects as well as working at the national and community levels. It collaborates with a large network of partners, allies, researchers and practitioners across the continent.

As a part of the global organization Wetlands International Africa (WIA) is present with field offices in Mali, Guinea Bissau, Sierra Leone, and Kenya.

Wetlands International Africa is seeking for its Dakar office an enthusiastic and talented Communications Assistant (CA) with experience in an international environment. The Communications Assistant will be part of WIA communication team and contribute to disseminate WI work through the development of web-based and printed communication products and activities.

Purpose or the Position
As a member of the WIA communication team, the CA is responsible for maintaining and expanding WIA website, and supporting the development of materials for the WIA.

Duties and Responsibilities
Working to an annual work plan agreed with the Communications and Media Coordinator and within the global communications strategy, the CA will:

  1. Website maintenance:
    • Manage and update the website • Writing and editing stories for the web • Periodic updating of web content and pictures • Monitoring the need for expansion of the site to include more content • Monitoring the English press for articles to be translated and upload in the French language site. • Create an online network of media and other target groups by offering up to date information • Coordination of English/French translation

  2. Media
    • Monitor WI hits • Build and maintain relationships with the national press • Draft stories, press releases, media advisories as necessary • Support media advising and mentoring of staff and partners

  3. Materials production and contractors
    • Support the editing, designing and printing of communication products • Manage relationships with outside freelancers and contractors; follow through with production of materials ensuring respect of WI branding guidelines and quality standards • Liaise with vendors advertising agencies; freelancers and contractors • Manage photos, film, publication and press contact databases

  4. Administrative
    • Provide ongoing support in the management of all communication activities in WIA including – scheduling and planning of press conferences, workshops and trainings, communications support programs

Perform other reasonably related duties as assigned by the CMC.

Expectation for the Position
• The incumbent will stay abreast of professional standards, trends and issues affecting this set of responsibilities, demonstrating continuous learning of the field. • S/he will work effectively and collaboratively in support of building a team-based culture of work, will perform all duties appropriately for a multi-cultural environment, treating all persons with dignity and respect, and will be familiar with and committed to Wetlands mission and goals.

Qualifications Required
Education • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in communication or journalism

Experience and Core Competencies:
This is an entry level position in which the post holder is expected to learn and grow:

• One to three (1-3) years of experience in communications. Experience in website management would be an advantage • Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment and under pressure. • Very good oral and written communications skills. • Accuracy and strong attention to detail. • Fluency in written and spoken French and proficiency in English • Knowledge of West Africa • Willingness to travel if required • Proficiency with MS Office suite. • Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines

Preferred: • Experience web-mastering and website management. • Exposure to international development and environmental programs

How to apply:

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: February 7th, 2012 To apply, please send cover letter and CV (2 pages maximum) in French to: wetlands@wetlands.sn Please no call

Wetlands International , Communications & Advocacy Assistant

Title: Communications and Advocacy Assistant (CAA) Starting Date: February, 2012 Reports To: Mali National Coordinator (line) / Communications and Media Coordinator (tasks) Coordinates With: Project staff, policy advocacy focal point, freelancers and contractors Staff Reporting: None Background Wetlands International is a leading global, non-profit organisation dedicated solely to the work of wetlands conservation and wise use, as a contribution to sustainable development. The organisation has a core staff of around 250 people in 20 offices world wide and cooperates with an active world-wide network of wetland scientists, managers and conservationists. Wetlands International works with partners in government, NGO’s and the private sector. The Netherlands office is the headquarters for the global organisation. Wetlands International Africa develops and implements Wetlands International’s work in the Africa region, led by a regional office in Dakar, Senegal. The office develops and manages a diverse portfolio of regional level multi-partner projects as well as working at the national and community levels. It collaborates with a large network of partners, allies, researchers and practitioners across the continent. As a part of the global organization Wetlands International Africa (WIA) is present with field offices in Mali (Bamako and Sévaré), Guinea Bissau, Sierra Leone, and Kenya.

Wetlands International Africa is seeking for its Mali office an enthusiastic and talented Communications and Advocacy Assistant (CAA) with experience in an international environment. The Communications and Advocacy Assistant will be part of WIA communication team and contribute to disseminate WI work through the development of web-based and printed communication products and activities.

Purpose of the Position As a member of the WIA teams, the CAA is responsible for: • Organizing and reinforcing advocacy for environmental issues in the Niger Basin in general, with particular focus on sustainable water management the Inner Niger Delta (IND) in Mali • Maintaining and expanding WIA website, and supporting the development of communications materials. Main Duties and Responsibilities Working to an annual work plan agreed with the Mali National Coordinator and the Communication and Media Coordinator and within the global communications strategy, the CAA will: 1. Policy Change Advocacy (50 %) • Plan and implement advocacy actions for current and future programs and projects • Network partner and civil society organizations for positive change in environmental issues in the Niger Basin in general and water management and the IND notably in favor of nature and communities • Support in maintaining contact with key audiences people who are essential for WI successful outreach at events (press, key decision makers, and partners). Maintain an overview on policy developments in Mali, for a rapid response. • Develop strategies for outreach, including advocacy work. • Support the integration of communications in new programmes or projects in Mali.

  1. Communication and Media outreach (50 %) General Communication and Website Develop, design, write and edit the web-based information and services for our Africa website including: • Development of story ideas and editorial calendar in consultation with CMC, • Writing and editing stories for the web • Periodic updating of web content and pictures • Support off-line communication and promotional materials (writing, editing, basic lay-out. Liaise with designers and printing companies). • Coordinate dissemination of communications materials to and through partnership networks and media.

Media • Monitor Mali programme and WI Africa hits • Build and maintain relationships with the national and international press (public and private) • Draft stories, press releases, media advisories as necessary • Support media advising • Support the development of a network of journalists and other media (websites, web logs) in Mali and keep in close contact.

Perform other reasonably related duties as assigned by the CMC.

Qualifications and Experience Profile: The successful candidate will be a creative mind who likes to work in a dynamic international environment, knows how to mobilize civil society for policy change and is able to create effective communication products.

The following skills, qualifications and experience are essential: • A bachelor or master level in journalism, communication or social marketing or relevant field • (1-3) of relevant experience in communications, advocacy, campaigning in similar organizations • Demonstrated track record in writing and editing articles, website content, reports and press releases. • Fluency in written and spoken French and proficiency in English • Good interpersonal, team and networking skills, demonstrating awareness and respect of different cultures. • Some experience with basic graphic design; able to guide designers to produce high level, effective materials. • Understanding and interest in wetland conservation issues or related subjects in the field of water, poverty, environment. • Networks and experience in a relevant international context. • Willingness to travel when required • Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines

Preferred skills and competencies • Ability to work in other languages (particularly, English or Bambara).

Duration of contract: 2 year, renewable

How to apply:

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 7th February To apply, please send cover letter, CV (2 pages maximum) and writing samples in French to: wetlands@wetlands.sn
asangare@wetlands.sn Please no call

INTERNSHIP, International Economic Relations Project

The International Commission of Jurists is a non-governmental organization dedicated to the legal promotion and protection of human rights and the rule of law.

The ICJ is currently seeking an intern for 6 months to work for its Programme on Business and Human Rights within the International Law and Protection Programmes department. The intern’s duties will include: • Monitoring legal developments related to access to legal remedies, child rights and businesses and Private Military and Security Companies; • Providing research assistance and drafting of legal memorandums and briefs concerning international law, human rights law and humanitarian law as part of legal submissions and interventions and reports or studies conducted by the ICJ on issues of legal remedies, PMSCs; • Assistance in the organization of workshops and events; • Assistance with ongoing administrative tasks (not more than 20%).

The post is Geneva based and the person selected should ideally be available by mid April 2012.

Requirements:

The successful candidates will have: • Advanced degree in law, international relations or a related field; • Excellent knowledge of public international law, including international human rights law and humanitarian law and/or international criminal law; • Fluency in English and Spanish and/or French; • Excellent research and drafting skills; • High motivation and demonstrated interest in human rights

Conditions:

Unfortunately the ICJ is not in a position to offer any financial remuneration to interns. All interns are responsible for all expenses and costs incurred in undertaking an internship with the ICJ. On a discretionary basis the ICJ may offer a lunch allowance. The starting date of the internship is dependent on the delivery of a work permit from the Swiss authorities if necessary.

The ICJ is an equal opportunities employer.

How to apply:

Please send a cover letter, CV and the names and contact details of at least two referees by e-mail to: carlos.lopez@icj.org or by post to: Ref: International Economic Relations Internship, International Commission of Jurists, P.O. Box 91, CH-1211 Geneva 8, Switzerland or by fax at + 41 22 979 38 01.

Applications close on 15 February 2012.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Economic Security Adviser

Plan is a global children’s charity. They work with children in the world’s poorest countries to help them build a better future. A future you would want for all children, your family and friends. For over 70 years they’ve been taking action and standing up for every child’s right to fulfil their potential.

The Economic Security Advisor will provide technical leadership within Plan UK on economic security issues and be responsible for the strategic development of high quality programming aligned to “Building Skills for Life”; for the provision of technical support to the delivery of the programme; and for documentation of and learning from the results of Plan UK's economic security programming.

The successful candidate will have the ability to: - Identify information requirements needed to design quality education interventions (problem /situation analysis and response analysis) - Analyse and understand the inter-relationships between household economic security, children’s rights and access to services and resilience in different contexts - Apply gender analysis to economic security issues - Communicate technical/ specialist issues to non-specialist audiences - Work effectively in a multi-disciplinary unit, making strong linkages between economic security and other sectoral issues (especially gender, governance, education, resilience, child protection and sexual and reproductive health) - Adapt and work effectively with a variety of situations and work in multinational teams.

How to apply:

For full job description and more information on how to apply please visit: http://www.oxfordhr.co.uk/index.php?pg=43&job=163

ACTED , Responsable de Programme Sécurité Alimentaire

Département: Programme Position: Responsable de Programme Sécurité Alimentaire Durée du contrat: 6 mois renouvelable Lieu : Soubré, Cote d’Ivoire Date de démarrage: Mars 2012

I. ACTED

ACTED est une ONG créée en 1993 dont l’objet est la mise en œuvre de programmes d’urgence, de reconstruction et de développement dans les pays en crise et en voie de développement.. ACTED intervient aujourd’hui, dans 30 pays sur 5 zones (Asie, Afrique, Amérique, Europe et Moyen-Orient) et emploie environ 200 expatriés et près de 4000 nationaux avec un budget en 2010 de 100M d’€ pour 350 projets dans le monde. Suivant une approche de développement intégré répondant à la fois aux besoins économiques, sociaux, éducatifs et culturels depuis plusieurs années, ACTED a étendu son action au champ culturel, en se spécialisant notamment dans la sauvegarde du patrimoine et l’éducation.

Plus récemment, ACTED a mis en place un réseau comprenant notamment une branche micro finance, Oxus Development Network, et une branche culturelle, la Fondation Bactria, dans laquelle s’inscrivent les activités du Centre Culturel Bactria.

II. Profil pays

La crise postélectorale de décembre 2010 à avril 2011 qui constitue le sommet de tensions sociales et politiques entre la rébellion du nord et les partisans de l’ex-chef d’Etat Ivoirien Laurent Gbagbo, a fortement fragilisé le tissu social économique de la Côte d’ivoire. Plus de 6 mois après la fin des affrontements, la situation humanitaire demeure précaire dans plusieurs parties du territoire, particulièrement à l’ouest du pays, dans la région du Bas Sassandra.

Historiquement un des plus riches districts de Côte d’Ivoire, l’essentiel de l’économie du Bas Sassandra est basé sur la vente de produits issus de cultures pérennes tels que la palme, le café, le cacao et plus récemment l’hévéa. Si le riz, aliment principal des populations autochtones, allochtones et allogènes, fut jadis cultivé en champs, cette culture a ensuite laissé place aux cultures de rente et le riz est désormais presque exclusivement cultivé dans les bas-fonds. Dans certains villages, les populations autochtones pratiquent peu la culture vivrière en raison notamment du fait que la culture de riz en bas-fond nécessite un labeur difficile et que ces populations préfèrent généralement utiliser les revenus générés par les cultures de rente pour s’approvisionner en nourriture sur les marchés. Pour leur part, les populations allogènes et allochtones continuent de pratiquer la culture vivrière et diversifient leur alimentation céréalière en consommant du maïs et d l’igname en plus du riz. Ces populations ont tendance à cultiver le riz et d’autres produits vivriers sur des surfaces nettement plus importantes que celles des autochtones et, selon les récoltes, revendent leur surplus dans les marchés villageois. Le maraichage reste traditionnellement pratiqué dans tous les villages par la majorité des ménages, notamment par les femmes, même si la crise a tout de même fortement perturbé les cultures. Les enquêtes d’évaluation menées dans les départements de Soubré et de San Pedro par des acteurs humanitaires révèlent que de nombreux actes de violence à caractère ethnique perpétrés de part et d’autre (incendies d’habitations et de greniers, pillages, exécutions sommaires) ont particulièrement affecté les populations et occasionné la fuite d’un nombre important de personnes entre les mois de mars et d’août 2011. Les déplacements causés par les affrontements ont eu des conséquences désastreuses sur les récoltes de riz des populations déplacées qui sont désormais pour la plupart retournées. Ces populations n’ont pas ou très peu récolté de riz pendant la saison agricole 2011, et n’ont donc pas de stock leur permettant de se nourrir ni les semences nécessaires pour la prochaine saison agricole (pour laquelle la phase de semi démarrera en mars / avril 2012). Les déplacements ont également eu un impact très négatif sur les cultures de cacao, principale source de revenu des populations de la zone, qui n’ont pu être entretenues correctement et qui ont donc produit de faibles quantités de cacao et de qualité inférieure. Le prix du cacao ayant chuté en cette période de post-crise pour atteindre un prix de vente moyen de 650 FCFA / kg, les ménages affectés par la crise, notamment la majorité des retournés, se trouvent dans des conditions extrêmement difficiles pour subvenir à leurs besoins alimentaires et de première nécessité, d’autant plus que la reconstruction de l’abri a été considéré comme prioritaire par rapport à l’alimentation. Enfin, les affrontements ont été à l’origine de la destruction et du pillage de nombreux commerces, privant une partie de la population de toute source de revenus et de tout moyen pour relancer des AGR, entrainant une vulnérabilité forte en termes d’accès à l’alimentation de base.

Forte de sa capacité de réponse d’urgence sur des situations similaires, au niveau régional mais aussi global, ACTED est mobilisée afin d’apporter une aide aux populations touchées par la crise, et de contribuer au retour à une situation normale dans le département de Soubré. L’objectif est d’éviter que la situation de vulnérabilité extrême des plus fragiles ne se transforme en isolement et en appauvrissement définitif, et d’aider les communautés à se reconstruire.

III. Profil de poste

Le Chef de Projet/Expert Technique Sécurité Alimentaire interviendra à deux niveaux : • la gestion de projet en étant responsable du/des projet(s) sécurité alimentaire les plus significatifs d’ACTED, • l’apport d’une expertise technique en étant responsable du développement technique du département sécurité alimentaire

Niveau Chef de Projet • Diriger et supporter les équipes terrain du projet (employés ACTED, sous-contractant ou gouvernementaux) à travers une présence régulière sur tous les sites d’intervention, une planification élaborée et un fort degré de supervision, • S’assurer à travers la méthodologie PMF (Project Management Framework) que les activités du projet sont menées à bien vers la réalisation des objectifs définis dans le respect des lignes budgétaires disponibles, • Dépasser la réalisation de ces objectifs pour proposer et accompagner tous les développements liés à ce(s) projet(s), • Etre capable d’assurer un reporting interne régulier, ponctuel et qualitatif sur le(s) projet(s). L’usage approprié de la méthodologie PMF et la présence aux MCM (Meeting de Coordination Mensuelle) seront la base de ce reporting interne, • Participer directement, activement et en temps à la rédaction des rapports mensuels, intermédiaire et finaux en collaboration avec le Département Reporting. Les rapports et/ou les données brutes transmises devront fidèlement refléter les réalisations du/des projet(s) en relation avec les objectifs, supportés par une présentation appropriée des informations et de l’analyse du contexte, • Participer avec le Département Reporting et le Département Finance à la rédaction d’amendements au(x) projet(s) en cas de modification significative des activités, • Recruter et former les différentes équipes du/des projet(s), • S’assurer que les problèmes logistiques, financiers et administratifs liés au(x) projet(s) sont bien pris en charge par les équipes compétentes.

Niveau Expert Technique • Apporter un soutien technique régulier, en collaboration avec les Chefs de Projet et les Coordinateurs de Zone, aux projets du secteur sécurité alimentaire afin d’aider les équipes à remplir leurs objectifs, • Participer à la coordination et la réalisation des évaluations de besoins, des évaluations de projets et des enquêtes en collaboration avec le Coordinateur Pays, • Participer activement à la rédaction des propositions de projets consécutives aux évaluations de besoins, aux évaluations de projets, aux enquêtes et aux appels d’offres des bailleurs de fond, • Aider au développement d’une stratégie sectorielle cohérente avec les ressources d’ACTED RCI et les problématiques humanitaires en place en collaboration avec le Coordinateur Pays, • Assurer une veille permanente sur la situation générale du secteur (besoins et actions), • Notamment collaborer avec les structures appropriées permettant de progresser sur l’identification des besoins sectoriels, l’identification des bonnes pratiques du secteur et des moyens à mettre en place, • Encourager la participation active des communautés dans les évaluations et la mise en œuvre afin d’améliorer l’impact et l’efficacité des actions d’ACTED, • Créer une méthode commune à tous les employés d’ACTED dans la mise en œuvre des projets de sécurité alimentaire. Elle se matérialisera par la création de normes, de protocoles et d’outils communs aux différents projets du secteur de spécialisation, • Identifier les besoins et élaborer les sessions de formation nécessaires aux équipes engagées sur les projets de sécurité alimentaire.

IV. Qualifications

Compétences académiques et professionnelles - Formation supérieure (Bac+5), avec une dominante en Agriculture / Agronomie - Posséder une connaissance approfondie et une expérience significative dans la gestion de projet, notamment sur les activités de sécurité alimentaire, - Posséder des capacités rédactionnelles et analytiques fortes, - Posséder une capacité à hiérarchiser et présenter les problèmes efficacement de manière à assurer leur bonne résolution, - Posséder une expérience significative en matières financières, administratives et logistiques, - Posséder au moins une expérience antérieure dans la création et la conduite de sessions de formation, - Si possible, posséder une expérience antérieure avec le(s) bailleur(s) de fonds du/des projet(s) de sécurité alimentaire (Commission Européenne, Banque Mondiale notamment).

Qualités personnelles - Faire preuve d’enthousiasme et d’esprit d’initiative, - Posséder des qualités de leadership au dessus de la moyenne, - Pouvoir superviser des équipes pluridisciplinaires, - Faire preuve d’une capacité à gérer son stress, - Etre capable d’appuyer et conduire plusieurs activités simultanément, - Etre capable de vivre et travailler dans un contexte sociopolitique difficile, - Montrer des qualités de flexibilité et diplomatie.

IV. Conditions

• Salaire défini par la grille des salaires ACTED en fonction du niveau d’étude, de l’expertise, du niveau de sécurité et de la performance • Living allowance mensuelle • Logement et nourriture pris en charge par ACTED : Logement en guest house ou housing allowance (en fonction de la durée du contrat et du pays) • Billets d’avion pris en charge par ACTED • Sécurité sociale, Mutuelle et rapatriement pris en charge par ACTED

How to apply:

VI. Pour postuler

Merci de nous faire parvenir votre candidature en français : CV, lettre de motivation et trois références à l’adresse suivante : jobs@acted.org REF : PMSECAL/RCI/SA

Pour plus d’informations, rendez-vous sur http://www.acted.org

Responsables administratifs et financiers - différents pays partenaires de la CTB

Ref : RDC/11/161-2 -
Closing date : 19-02-2012
  • En général: Ce recrutement est destiné à élargir notre pool de responsables administratifs et financiers afin de combler des postes futurs.
  • En outre, un poste de responsable administratif et financier est actuellement vacant au sein d'un projet en RD Congo.
  • Lieu d’affectation:Différents pays partenaires de la CTB.
  • Durée du contrat:Possibilités d'expatriation pour plusieurs années
  • Date probable d’entrée en fonction: RD Congo: deuxième trimestre 2012, pour les autres fonctions: fin 2012/ 2013
  • Package salarial mensuel pour expatriation de longue durée: pour la RD Congo entre 4.595,98 euros et 7.722,89 euros (en ce compris le salaire brut mensuel et les avantages liés au statut d’expatrié: primes de pénibilité et d’expatriation). Le salaire est calculé en fonction de la composition de ménage et de l’expérience professionnelle pertinente. Les primes de pénibilité et d'expatriation varient en fonction des pays.
  • Procédure: Postulez au plus tard le 19/02/2012 en utilisant notre CV standardisé. Pour toute question supplémentaire, contactez-nous au 02/505 18 65.

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Graphiste - Bruxelles

Ref : BRU/12/03GRA -
Closing date : 05-02-2012
  • Lieu d’affectation: Bruxelles
  • Durée du contrat: Contrat à durée indéterminée
  • Régime: temps plein
  • Date probable d’entrée en fonction: 1er avril 2012
  • Salaire mensuel brut: 2731.51 euro pour 5 années d’expérience pertinente. Chèques-repas, assurance hospitalisation/soins de santé, assurance de groupe, Ethias Assistance 24h/24, 13ème mois, double pécule de vacances
  • Procédure: postulez au plus tard le 05/02/2012 en utilisant notre cv standardisé. Pour toute question supplémentaire, contactez-nous au 02/505 37 90.

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UNRWA Teachers’ Performance Management Consultancy

TERMS OF REFERENCE

UNRWA is the largest United Nations programme in the Middle East. It provides assistance and protection to Palestine refugees in Jordan, Lebanon, the Syrian Arab Republic and the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt). It does so by offering to a population of some 5 million registered refugees a range of human development and humanitarian services in primary and vocational education, primary health care, social safety net, community support, camp improvement, and microfinance. UNRWA’s role also encompasses advocacy and actions to address the human rights and protection needs of Palestine refugees.

Consultancy – Teachers’ Performance Management, Amman

BACKGROUND The Agency began an Organizational Development (OD) process in 2006 with the initial focus on the management structures, and overall decentralisation of budgets and operational delivery to the fields.
As part of the OD initiative, an ambitious agenda of HR reforms was started with the objective of bringing the Agency in line with HR best practice and supporting the decentralization of HR functions to the fields. As a result, field HR teams are gradually transforming from personnel services delivery towards an expanded role as HR business partners. The objective is to provide senior and line managers with support and advice in the effective management of their staff in order to ultimately improve performance and results in the service delivery for refugees. UNRWA currently has approximately 29,500 staff, collectively responsible for fulfilling the Agency’s mandate. Effective and efficient Human Resource Management is central to achieving the Human Development Goals to which the Agency committed in the Medium Term Strategy 2010-2015. Central to HR reform is performance management (PM), in order to ensure an Agency wide, coherent, transparent, and ongoing process of staff evaluation, development and support. As such, performance management is an integral part of UNRWA’s approach to talent management (TM), i.e. the proactive management of UNRWA’s leadership, talent and workforce with a view to keep it closely aligned with organizational goals and strategies. This is reflected in the Performance Management Policy for area staff which was approved by the Commissioner General on 25 April 2010.
Central to OD is also Reform of the key services which UNRWA delivers. An Education Reform Strategy has been developed and work is ongoing towards its implementation. At the heart of UNRWA Education Reform Strategy is Teacher Development and the teaching profession. To this end, a Teacher Policy is being developed which seeks to professionalize the teaching force, provide opportunities for career progression, ensure continuous professional development and school-based support.
The new results-based Performance Management Policy and tool (ePER) paves the way both for the implementation of the Teacher Policy and for other key areas of the education reform which seek to address the development of teacher capacity. The ePER was implemented last school year 2010 - 2011, for teachers in the five fields of operations (in total about 15,000 staff members). In a joint approach between the HR Department and the Education Department, Head Teachers, Education Specialists and Area Education Officers were trained in the roll out of the new system and principles of the policy. In addition, a framework of competencies for key education staff was integrated in the approach, reflecting global practices as well as UNRWA’s own objectives. A review for the teachers performance evaluation process (first phase) will be conducted to assess the workability and feasibility of the process and feed in the next phase for teachers and with regard to the implementation for Assistant Head Teachers, Head Teachers and Education Specialists.

OBJECTIVES AND SCOPE OF WORK The overall objective of this consultancy is in the first instance to evaluate the first phase of the teacher’s performance management process in the five fields - to look at the process, the relevance of the competency framework and its indicators, the understanding of those engaged in its implementation, their roles and responsibilities and challenges they face.

At a more strategic level the objective is to determine how the ePer can support the implementation of the Teacher Policy and the other key areas of the reform, such as School-Based Teacher Development and Leading for the Future programmes.

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES The consultant will report to the Director of Education HQ(A), and work collaboratively with the Chief, HR Planning and Development Division, HRD.

The Consultant’s work primarily involves a desk review of all key strategic documents, such as the Mid-term Strategy, the OD, the PM policy toolkits and tools, the Education Reform Strategy and the Teacher Policy. It will then require the design and development of a process to review/evaluate the first phase of the roll out of the ePer with regard to teachers for the scholastic year 2010-2011. After the review, concrete recommendations should be formulated on how to improve the process, building on lessons learned, best practices and the implications for evaluation of other education cadres in the future.

The consultant will work collaboratively with the Teacher Development and School Empowerment Unit/Education Department at HQ Amman, the HR Department at HQ Amman, and the field HR teams and Chiefs of Education, to do the following tasks:

Strategic context/substance: • Desk review of key strategic documents to put the PM roll out in context; • Design a review/evaluation process and produce evaluation instruments and tools, communicating with stakeholders as appropriate; • Assess the relevance of the Teacher Competency Framework objectives and indicators in light of the Education Reform Strategy; • Consider the implications for the current teacher Job Description; • Assess the feasibility for head teachers to assess the objectives of the teachers competency framework against the set of indicators; • Assess the feasibility of Head Teachers to identify best performers and weak performance based on the given objectives and indicators; • Review the role of the immediate supervisor, second supervisor and other stakeholders in the assessment process and the quality of the overall assessment of the teacher;
• Review the quality of the Performance Management meetings and assess any needs for further training in this area; • Review the role of the teachers themselves in the evaluation process; • Review the ePER system in the fields and assess any needs for further support in this area.

Strategic analysis and recommendations: • Consider the PM roll out for teachers in relation to the HR Policy, Education Reform and Teacher Policy and opportunities to strengthen links between them; • Formulate concrete recommendations to address areas for improvement in the teacher evaluation system; • Evaluate field and local responses and initiatives to support the PER and highlight best practices.

Reporting: • Prepare a consolidated report on UNRWA Teachers’ Performance Management / first phase, describing strategic context, evaluation of system to date, analysis, and make recommendations on how to strengthen the management of the system and ensure it plays a strategic role in teacher development, overall management and ultimately improving the overall outputs from staff.

Deliverables: A report on UNRWA Teachers’ Performance Management, outcomes, management of the process, roles and responsibilities and recommendations for improvement.

Methodology: • Review and analysis of the strategic context and policy framework for the HR performance management policy and ePer, including the Education Reform Strategy, Implementation Plan and the Teacher Policy; • Design an evaluation process and develop tools and instruments to implement it; • Field visits and interviews with UNRWA Teachers, Head Teachers, Chiefs, Performance Management / HR focal points etc. • Analysis of data; • Report writing.

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE • Advanced degree from a recognized university in Education, Teacher Education, or other related field; • Demonstrable knowledge and work experience in educational research (especially in performance management and measurement), including a minimum of eight years’ work experience in the field of education consultation and performance management; • Experience in performance management with experience in the assessment of teacher performance; • Highly developed, demonstrable report writing and computer skills (word processing, spreadsheets, statistical analysis software applications, etc);

ADDITIONAL SKILLS • Effective cross-cultural communication and facilitation skills; • Ability to conduct studies, analyze data, draw evidence-based conclusions and make sound recommendations;

CONDITIONS OF SERVICE The duration of the consultancy will be 3 months. The incumbent will be based in Amman and is expected of travel to other Agency locations in the Middle East.

REMUNERATION Remuneration for this consultancy will be based on the current UNRWA salary scale and will depend on the qualifications and experience of the consultant.

APPLICATION PROCESS Applicants should submit a cover letter and CV or UN Personnel History Form, via consultancy@unrwa.org clearly indicating the title of this consultancy “Teachers’ Performance Management” in the subject line of the message. The deadline for the submission of applications is 14 February 2012. UNRWA is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from both women and men. UNRWA encourages applications from qualified and experienced female candidates. Only those applicants short-listed for interview will be contacted. UNRWA is a non-smoking work environment.

How to apply:

APPLICATION PROCESS Applicants should submit a cover letter and CV or UN Personnel History Form, via consultancy@unrwa.org clearly indicating the title of this consultancy “Teachers’ Performance Management” in the subject line of the message. The deadline for the submission of applications is 14 February 2012.

UNRWA Legal Officer (Contracts)

UNITED NATIONS RELIEF AND WORKS AGENCY FOR PALESTINE REFUGEES IN THE NEAR EAST UNRWA

UNRWA is the United Nations agency responsible for the protection, care and human development of a population of some 5 million Palestine refugees living in the Gaza Strip, the West Bank, Jordan, Lebanon and the Syrian Arab Republic. UNRWA is committed to assisting Palestine refugees in maintaining a decent standard of living, acquiring appropriate knowledge and skills, enjoying the fullest possible extent of human rights, and leading a long and healthy life. UNRWA is the largest UN operation in the Middle East with more than 29,000 staff. Most of these staff are refugees themselves, working directly to benefit their communities - as teachers, doctors, nurses or social workers. For its international team, UNRWA is seeking to employ a qualified:

Legal Officer (Contracts)

Vacancy Announcement Number 12-HQ-JR-08 Grade P-4 Deadline for Applications 01 March 2012 Duty Station HQ Jerusalem

The Legal Officer (Contracts) will be responsible to the Chief, General Legal Division for the provision of legal advice and assistance on matters arising from contracts entered into by the Agency, including without limitation those relating to the procurement of goods and services, donor financing and project agreements. The post has particular responsibility for the functioning of the Agency’s Advisory Committee on Procurement. In accordance with the established Agency policy and procedures, the incumbent will:

Primary Duties and Responsibilities • Serve as Secretary to the Advisory Committee on Procurement, including:  examining contract proposals to ensure accuracy, relevance and compliance with appropriate procedural and substantive requirements of the Agency’s procurement framework;  providing, as required, advice at meetings, and to Local Committees on Procurement, on legal questions;  recording the decisions of the Committee, ensuring that Committee decisions are properly communicated to the appropriate officials and ensuring proper maintenance of Committee records;

• Provide legal advice on matters arising from contracts, including claims and disputes; prepare legal opinions and correspondence on such matters; • Draft and assist in the negotiation of contracts for the purchase of goods, the delivery of services, the construction and maintenance of buildings, leases, etc; • Draft and interpret directives and technical instructions relating to contracting procedures, general conditions of contract, delegations of authority and form contacts; • Draft, revise and interpret funding agreements, project agreements, memoranda of understanding and implementation arrangements with donors, governmental and non-governmental organizations and implementation partners; • Represent the Department on other internal committees as directed, including, as appropriate, the Tender Opening Committee and Claims Boards; • Assist the on-going work of department colleagues in their absence or as may be required.

Professional Knowledge and Experience • Advanced university degree in law, preferably with a specialization in contract or commercial law, and admission to practice law in a recognized jurisdiction. • At least eight years' direct experience in the application of contract and commercial law in government service, the commercial/private sector or an international organization.
• Excellent command of spoken and written English.

Competencies • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others in a team environment; • A high level of written and verbal communication skills and practical writing experience in a legal context, including the ability to present information, opinions and positions in a clear and instructive manner; • Strong analytical and evaluation skills combined with good judgment, including the ability to apply legal knowledge and practice to strategic, policy and operational objectives; • Highly developed negotiation skills, with the ability to positively influence others to reach mutually beneficial outcomes.

Desirable Qualifications • Experience in the UN Common System; • Computer literate and fully skilled in Microsoft Office environment.

Equivalency When the minimum requirements are not fully met, the Human Resources Department may substitute part of the unmet requirements under UNRWA’s equivalency determination guidelines with a combination of relevant academic qualification, additional professional training and/or progressive relevant work experience. Note: Work experience alone or formal qualifications with no relevant work experience are not considered sufficient for an equivalency determination.

Additional Information The incumbent will be required to travel in the Agency's area of operations in the Middle East.

Conditions of Service
UNRWA offers an attractive compensation package including annual salary starting at $72,467 net tax free with dependants or $67,483 single, plus post adjustment of 42.7% (subject to change without notice). Other benefits, subject to eligibility, include education grant, dependency allowance, home leave, pension fund, health insurance and 6 weeks annual leave. All UNRWA duty stations (with the exception of Gaza) are family duty stations. Initial contract is for one year, with the possibility of further extensions subject to the availability of funds and the continuing need for the post.

How to Apply To start the application process, applicants are required to register at http://jobs.unrwa.org by creating a personal profile and completing UNRWA Personal History Form. Please note that UNRWA only accepts degrees from accredited educational institutions. Only applications received through http://jobs.unrwa.org will be considered. Due to the large number of applications received for UNRWA vacancies, only applicants short-listed for interview will be contacted.

UNRWA does not charge a fee at any stage in the recruitment process.

General Information UNRWA encourages applications from qualified and experienced women.

UNRWA welcomes applications from qualified candidates with disabilities.

UNRWA is a United Nations organization whose staff are expected to uphold the highest standards of integrity, neutrality and impartiality. This includes respect for human rights, for diversity, and for non-violent means of dealing with all kinds of conflict. UNRWA staff are expected to uphold these values at all times, both at work and outside. Only persons who fully and unconditionally commit to these values should consider applying for UNRWA jobs. UNRWA is a non-smoking work environment.

How to apply:

How to Apply To start the application process, applicants are required to register at http://jobs.unrwa.org by creating a personal profile and completing UNRWA Personal History Form. Please note that UNRWA only accepts degrees from accredited educational institutions. Only applications received through http://jobs.unrwa.org will be considered. Due to the large number of applications received for UNRWA vacancies, only applicants short-listed for interview will be contacted.

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