Thursday, June 26, 2014

Wheat Initiative Programme Manager

Wheat Initiative Programme Manager
INRA-Paris, France
 
The Wheat Initiative (www.wheatinitiative.org), endorsed by the G20 agricultural ministers, was launched officially in September 2011. It provides a framework to establish strategic research and organisation priorities for wheat research at the international level. It identifies potential synergies and nurtures collaborations between research and development programs for wheat improvement in developed and developing countries. The Wheat Initiative also develops specific activities to enhance communication and increase access for all to information, resources and technologies to support wheat improvement.
 
Job description
Under the guidance and supervision of the International Scientific Coordinator, the successful candidate will provide support to the global development of the Wheat Initiative, coordinate meetings of the different governing bodies and expert working groups, assist in the preparation of scientific and strategic documents, participate in the development and implementation of specific projects, and manage the day-to-day administration of the programme.
 
List of Duties / Work Programme / Responsibilities
·         Organise and facilitate Wheat Initiative meetings:
-        Coordinate regular international meetings of the Scientific Board, Research Committee, Institutions’ Coordination Committee and Expert Working Groups;
-        Organise and manage the Board and Committees’ agendas;
-        Prepare relevant pre and post-meeting material;
-        Circulate meeting outputs and monitor follow-up activities.
·         Assist the International Scientific Coordinator in the preparation of scientific and strategic documents.
-        Provide support for the preparation of formal correspondence and presentations;
-        Assist in the preparation of papers and reports;
-        Assist in the writing of scientific and strategic documents such as the Strategic Research Agenda and its implementation plans.
·         Provide support to the International Scientific Coordinator in the development of specific projects (wheat research database, international funding mechanisms, new Expert Working Groups, etc.)
-        Collect and collate information;
-        Produce concept notes;
-        Oversee the implementation of projects and their outputs
·         Manage the day-to-day administration of the Wheat Initiative
-        Ensure the appropriate execution of the Wheat Initiative programme budget;
-        Administer sharing tools for use by the Wheat Initiative Secretariat;
-        Undertake various office duties.
 
Working relationships
The Programme Manager will report to the Wheat Initiative International Scientific Coordinator (Hélène Lucas) and will interact frequently with various public and private stakeholders located around the world. He/she will work in the Secretariat with the Communications Officer and Administrative Assistant.
 
Job requirements
 
Personal Skills and Attributes
·         The successful candidate will have good organisational skills with good time management and work scheduling skills as key features.  A flexible approach to working hours would be an advantage. 
·         He/she will show ability to work on his/her own initiative, both independently and as part of a team.
·         He/she will also have good interpersonal skills, the ability to work to short deadlines, be able to relate to people of different backgrounds and levels of seniority and be diplomatic, assertive and outgoing. 
·         The successful candidate will have excellent spoken and written communication skills in English and strong presentation skills.
 
Qualifications
·         Science degree required.
·         Post-graduate degree desirable.
 
Knowledge and Experience
·         Scientific background.
·         Administration experience in a project environment, including budget management.
·         Experience of dealing with numerous stakeholders at a variety of levels.
·         Excellent knowledge of the Microsoft suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
·         Conversational French would be an advantage.
 
Additional information
 
Location: Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Paris, France, with occasional travel abroad.
 
Contract: two-year contract starting as soon as possible.
 
Remuneration: from 1700 € (Master’s degree with 2 years’ experience) to 2200 € per month net (PhD with 8 years’ experience) according to qualification and experience. Remuneration, working hours, holiday and social benefits defined on the basis of INRA statutory and regulatory arrangements.
 
Candidates should send their letter of motivation and CV towheat.initiative@versailles.inra.frindicating in the email subject line “Programme Manager –Last name” by 3rd of July 2014. Only preselected candidates will be contacted. Interviews will be held in the week starting July 8 for a start on September 1st.

PROJECT MANAGER, GOVERNMENT DEFENCE ANTI-CORRUPTION INDEX (GI) - TI UK’S DEFENCE AND SECURITY PROGRAMME

PROJECT MANAGER, GOVERNMENT DEFENCE ANTI-CORRUPTION INDEX (GI) - TI UK’S DEFENCE AND SECURITY PROGRAMME

Job Start Date - As soon as possible

Duration - permanent

Pay Scale - £32,000 p.a.

Location - London, UK

Transparency International (TI) is a civil society organisation leading the global fight against corruption. Through more than 100 national chapters worldwide and an international secretariat in Berlin, Germany, TI raises awareness of the damaging effects of corruption, and works with partners in government, business, and civil society to develop and implement effective measures to tackle it.

TI-DSP, a TI programme led by the UK chapter, is dedicated to fighting corruption in the defence and security sector globally. TI-DSP works with governments, defence companies, multilateral organisations, and civil society to build anti-corruption capacity and integrity across the world.

This is an exciting time to join TI-DSP. We are a growing team (currently 14 full-time staff and 9 senior advisors) with a vast network of TI chapters internationally. We are currently working on the second round of our Defence Anti-Corruption Indices, one on governments and militaries, and one on defence companies. These are our flagship products.

The Project Manager for the Government Defence Anti-Corruption Index (GI) will be managing TI-DSP’s most important stand-alone project, which informs all of TI-DSP’s work. The second iteration of the GI includes an unprecedented 135 countries, up from the previous 82. The GI Project Manager will manage GI staff and interns, as well as quality control of 300 country assessors and peer reviewers worldwide. You will be one of the main public faces of TI-DSP, alongside the Programme Director, once the GI is launched in spring 2015 and will liaise continuously with government defence establishments, armed forces, civil society, academia, and the media.

Role

• Leading on producing the 2015 Government Defence Anti-Corruption Index (GI), covering 135 countries.
• Translating country findings into policy recommendations at both the national and the international level.
• Presenting the GI findings and concrete policy recommendations at international as well as national conferences, workshops, and to the media.
• Ensuring the smooth day-to-day running and project management of TI-DSP’s most important project. Managing two highly qualified project officers, interns, and the short term contracting and quality control of 300 country assessors and peer reviewers worldwide.
• Guaranteeing that the highest methodological standards are maintained at all times.
• Liaising on both methodological matters and the findings with others in the Transparency International movement, as well as other stakeholders in academia, civil society etc.
• Identifying and leading further research arising from the GI results. This will include linkage with the parallel Defence Companies Anti-Corruption Index, as well as with other TI-DSP work.
• Developing the research evidence base as a major international resource. Developing the methodology for its next iteration in 2016/17.
• Contributing to the overall TI-DSP team’s innovative work and ensuring we continue to develop practical and innovative solutions to defence and security corruption. This includes work on police, security forces, peacekeeping forces, arms exports, and bodies like the UN, African Union and NATO.
• Overseeing the GI elements of TI-DSP’s index-specific website: www.defenceindex.org

Required skills and knowledge

• Highly enthusiastic and innovative. This is a very stimulating and innovative team and you will be a key member of it.
• Educated to a Masters-level; preferably in international relations, political science, or a related discipline, and with a strong knowledge of various methodological approaches. May have a doctoral qualification.
• Strong commitment to methodological excellence.
• Able to work effectively across a federated organisation of over 100 independent national TI Chapters.
• Ability to translate complex research into practical and actionable policy recommendations.
• Experience of project management.
• Experience of and willingness to present publicly and liaise with senior stakeholders.
• Excellent time management skills and strong attention to detail.
• Self-starter with the capacity to work unsupervised and take projects forward independently.
• Fluency in English. Additional languages are a strong asset (French, Arabic, Russian, Spanish).
• No restrictions on the right to work in the UK.

Highly desirable

• Knowledge of, or proven interest in, defence and security issues.
• Knowledge of, or proven interest in corruption and corruption index methodology
• Experience working on indices and/or other measurement tools.
• Skilled at networking and building strong working relationships with individuals and organisations.
• Military or police experience would be an asset but is not required.

Location: 32-36 Loman Street, London, SE1 0EH, UK

Salary: £32,000 p.a.

Application

There is no set deadline for applications but we are looking to appoint a candidate as soon as possible.

How to Apply

To apply, please submit a PDF document containing the following to jobs@transparency.org.uk

• A letter of interest of no more than two pages
• A resume/CV of no more than two pages
• The completed task (see “TASKS” below and choose one).

Documents must be included in the same PDF file and page limits are strict. Extra pages will not be read.

Please note that, due to the anticipated high volume of applications we receive, we regret that we are unable to send personalised acknowledgements or give feedback on applications. Short-listed applicants will be notified by 7 July 2014. If you have not been notified by this date, you should assume that we do not wish to proceed further with your application.

If you have any questions, please contact us at jobs@transparency.org.uk. We cannot accept queries by phone.

Transparency International UK is an equal opportunities employer.

TASKS – PLEASE CHOOSE ONE:

(1) You have been invited to present the key GI 2013 findings to a non-academic audience (including non-native speakers) at a prestigious think tank (e.g. Chatham House, RAND). The debate focuses on whether technical indices (such as the GI) or perceptions-based indices (such as TI’s Corruption Perceptions Index) have a larger impact. Please prepare a short speech or alternatively a concise set of PowerPoint slides to give your view.

OR:

(2) The GI 2013 assessment of Bulgaria is available at http://government.defenceindex.org/results/countries/bulgaria. Please prepare a short critique (up to two pages maximum) of what is good and bad about the GI methodology based on the Bulgaria
Job Email id:jobs(at)transparency.org.uk

Compliance & Reporting Officer

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS 5:00 PM ON JULY 3, 2014
 
COMPLIANCE AND REPORTING OFFICER
 
Ministry of Women’s Affairs Organizational Restructuring and Empowerment Project (MORE)
Kabul, Afghanistan
 
Background:
The Asia Foundation is implementing the "Ministry of Women’s Affairs Organizational Restructuring and Empowerment project (MORE) in Afghanistan, the key objective of which is to strengthen the capacity of the Ministry of Women’s Affairs (MOWA) to perform its primary function of advancing gender equality and women’s empowerment and carrying out its mandate by designing and facilitating an organizational restructuring and capacity building program. MORE will work both at the central Ministry in Kabul and the Directorates of Women’s Affairs (DOWAs) in all 34 Provinces. The overall project has four focus areas:
1. Improve Policy Leadership, Development, and Advocacy
2. Strengthen Inter-Agency Technical Advising and Monitoring
3. Enhance MOWA’s and DOWA’s Public Awareness and Education Outreach, and Media Relations
4. Strengthen MOWA-DOWA Relations
Summary of Position:
The Compliance and Reporting Officer (CRO) will be responsible for oversight and coordination of all reporting, compliance, media outreach, and public information activities for the MORE project. The CRO will provide regular as well as ad hoc reporting with high quality and in often short turnaround times. The CRO will work with project management and leadership of MORE project and in coordination with the Deputy Chief of Party Program, Communications, Monitoring and Evaluation, Finance and Grants Management departments, to ensure accurate and timely narrative reporting to USAID. The CRO will also be responsible for meeting the media, advocacy, and other public information needs of MORE project in close liaison with the Communications Specialist and Chief of Party.
This is a one year position with the possibility of extension and is an unaccompanied post.
Requirements:
Education:
 
At least a Master’s degree in business administration, business development, public relations, communications or in a related field.
 
Experience
· Four to six years of progressively responsible experience in a similar role undertaking project compliance and reporting.
· At least three years of experience with USAID grant management experience preferred, with special attention to reporting and compliance requirements.
· Demonstrated experience in communicating project objectives to a wide audience.
 
Abilities and skills:
· Must be able to collect, compile and present detailed narrative and financial related information in a clear, concise manner, both orally and in writing.
· Must have strong oral and written communication skills.
· Must have the ability to maintain effective working relationships with project teams and USAID representatives.
· Must have the ability to rapidly assimilate information and be able to work under pressure to meet tight deadlines.
· Must be sensitive to political and cultural nuance and able to consistently apply excellent judgment to a variety of demanding and fast-changing situations.
· Must have an understanding of legal issues related to grants and contract management- USAID experience is a plus
· Excellent research, data analysis/synthesis, and presentation skills
· Excellent interpersonal skills are essential for performing the required tasks.
· Strong initiative and ability to work autonomously, while being a good team player.
· Ability to work in a fast-paced project environment.
· Must have excellent analytical ability.
· Creative and strategic thinker, able to analyze, problem solve and clearly articulate concepts and solutions, with a strong eye for detail.
· Experience using database management systems, preferably Access and MS Excel
· MS Office package skills
 
· Fluency in English is required, Dari/Pashto ability a plus.
· Afghanistan experience is a plus and the ability to be based fulltime in Afghanistan is essential.
To Apply
The Asia Foundation offers excellent benefits and salary commensurate with experience. To apply please submit your application directly by visiting our website atwww.asiafoundation.org/about/employment  and selecting "Regular Employment."
Please place your cover letter and resume in one document and submit it as an attachment. We will only consider applicants who apply online and provide a cover letter along with their resume. In addition, to be considered an applicant must submit their application prior to the deadline of 5:00 PM PST on July 3, 2014.
The Asia Foundation is an equal opportunity employer. Women and people of color are encouraged to apply. For information on The Asia Foundation, please visit our website: www.asiafoundation.org/about/employment  

Volunteer Intern, Cambodia University Capacity Building Project,

Fauna & Flora International

Start Date: 11 August 2014
Duration of Internship: A minimum of six months
Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia
FFI, Cambodia is seeking a talented and enthusiastic volunteer to assist with conservation education and research in Cambodia. To achieve the aims of the Masters and research programmes, we are looking for an international volunteer to commit to a minimum of six months in Cambodia, starting 1 11 August 2014. During this period, the international volunteer’s activities will focus on the following:
• Assisting Cambodian students in their course work and research theses, with an emphasis on improving critical thinking, presentation and English language skills
• Supporting course leaders with administration and evaluation, mentoring students and junior staff, and, depending on skills, teaching selected topics
• Helping CBC staff to develop applied research initiatives on Cambodian wildlife, with an emphasis on improving research design, data analysis and writing skills
• Supporting management of the zoological and botanical reference collections, and assisting activities to publish the Cambodian Journal of Natural History.
Applicants should have a background in biological sciences (BSc level or higher), excellent English language skills and, ideally, some experience of teaching and supervising students. Strong organisational, administrative and interpersonal skills, combined with attention to detail and an enthusiasm for working with young people, are equally important. The international volunteer will work alongside FFI staff at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, and have opportunities to join research expeditions in Cambodia.
This is the ideal opportunity for a self-motivated conservationist or environmental educator seeking practical experience in a dynamic educational environment dealing with a wide range of conservation challenges. Although the majority of activity is confined to normal hours on weekdays, you may be asked to work outside of these hours and hours in the field are typically long. However, the opportunity to live in a fast-developing tropical country and be involved in real conservation issues will more than compensate for this.
Please view the following document for further details of the position and how to apply:
The closing date for applications is 18th July 2014.

Trusts and Foundations Account Manager

Fauna & Flora International

Salary: £25,000 – £30,000 dependent on experience
Start Date: As soon as possible
Duration of Contract: Open
Location: Cambridge, UK
With staff globally across FFI engaged in fundraising from foundations and statutory sources, we plan to secure some £16m in 2014. The Cambridge-based Trusts and Foundations team is responsible for securing circa £1.2m of this income, mainly through restricted project funding with some unrestricted core funding. We are seeking an experienced Trusts and Foundations Account Manager to join our successful team to strengthen and expand income from this important source.
You will have excellent written and oral communication skills, and be a confident writer of accurate and compelling proposals. You will have a proven track record in securing funds and meeting financial targets. Experience securing funds from mainland Europe and international foundations is desirable, as is experience working with programme staff internationally.
We are looking for an individual who is committed to conservation and the environment, and who will be inspired by our vision to safeguard the natural world.
Please view the following document for further details of the position and how to apply:
The closing date for applications is 1 July 2014. No agencies please.

Livelihoods Manager – Bangladesh and Pakistan

Job Title:                                 Livelihoods Manager – Bangladesh and Pakistan        
Location                                   Dhaka, Bangladesh
 
Contract                                   Three years fixed term
 
Post Date                     24 June 2014
 
Closing Date                4st July 2014
 
 
About the Organization:
 
Leonard Cheshire Disability is a UK-based organisation which for over sixty years, has worked for a society in which every person is equally valued. We believe people with disabilities should have the freedom to live their life with opportunities to live independently, contribute economically and participate fully in society. Leonard Cheshire Disability delivers inclusive community-based programmes delivering sustainable change to people with disabilities at a grassroots level. The key focus of our programmes include Inclusive Education, Access to Livelihoods, Campaigning and Advocacy and Research
 
Leonard Cheshire Disability’s International Department works through five regional offices in Africa and Asia.
 
Please visit www.leonard-cheshire.org/ www.lcdsouthasia.org for further details.
 
PURPOSE OF THE JOB
 
Access to Livelihoods is a three-year, multi-country programme in Asia and Africa, funded by Accenture. It has a budget of $4million and will deliver livelihoods for over 13,000 people with disabilities in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, the Philippines and South Africa. A key component of the project is the development and delivery of an e-portal (Jobability.org) that promotes the employment of people with disabilities.
 
This position is responsible for providing a high level of technical expertise and guidance to partner organisations in the implementation of the livelihoods programme in Bangladesh and Pakistan.
 
It will ensure efficient and effective delivery against the approved implementation plan, on time and within budget, and will also be responsible for developing strong relationships with policy makers in the aforementioned countries, particularly at the national level.
 
 
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
 
General
 
·         Responsible for developing and overseeing the implementation of annual operational plans for Bangladesh and Pakistan against agreed targets and budgets
·         Provide technical support to the local partners and project teams at the Livelihoods Resource Centres (LRCs) in Bangladesh and Pakistan to ensure quality implementation of project activities
·         Ensure accurate, detailed progress reports are received from the LRCs and submitted to LCD in a timely manner
·         Oversee management of project budgets in these locations with support from the Regional Finance Manager
·         Liaise with policy makers and institutions engaged in livelihoods promotion, with a specific focus on people with disabilities
 
Technical
 
·         To support the establishment of the LRCs and satellite centres, working alongside project partners, and coordinate country baseline surveys
·         To implement a training plan for project teams at the LRCs and satellite centres
·         To conduct frequent monitoring visits to the LRCs
·         To support the  Programme Manager to organise the project inception meeting(s) and six-monthly and annual project reviews
·         To monitor and strengthen the delivery of foundation courses within the LRCs
·         To implement the approved marketing and communication plan
·         To ensure the efficient and effective use of the livelihoods database at the LRCs, undertake monthly data analysis, and carry out regular data audits with support from the Global IT Manager
·         To conduct monthly programme and financial reviews and provide feedback and guidance to the LRC teams with  support from Programme Manager and Regional Finance Manager
·         To promote the use of the Jobability portal by the LRCs under the guidance of the Jobability Manager and Programme Manager
·         To establish linkages with higher learning institutes to ensure achievement of targets set for the programme’s talent group
·         To provide technical inputs for two pilot interventions in India – the virtual LRC and a special livelihoods programme for people with learning disabilities
·         To  prepare an advocacy plan for Bangladesh and Pakistan and support the Programme Manager in the implementation of this
·         To facilitate the documentation of case studies, learning and best practice from the programme
·         To review existing strategies, policies and schemes for the economic empowerment of people with disabilities and prepare policy notes / strategy documents
·         To develop guidance and resource materials on microfinance
·         To identify and analyse new livelihoods sectors, industries and markets for people with disabilities
·         To provide expertise in micro enterprise development and entrepreneurship promotion
·         To develop links and build relationships with key project stakeholders including training institutes, government ministries (district and national), employers, communities, NGOs, DPOs, INGOs and international donors
·         To join and play an active role in employment/ labour/ social protection and other relevant working groups
·         To attend, participate and present papers at regional, national and international workshops, seminars and conferences
·         To maintain a risk register, take appropriate action as necessary and report back to the Programme Manager  
·         To undertake any other reasonable duties as required by the Programme Manager and Regional Representative
 
 
 
PERSON SPECIFICATION
 
 
Essential Qualifications
 
·         Educated to degree level in a relevant discipline
·         Qualification in project management or equivalent
 
Essential Other
 
·         Development experience in the field of livelihoods/ economic empowerment, micro-finance and disability programmes within an NGO / international organization
·         Knowledge of both theoretical and practical aspects of project cycle management
·         Strong, demonstrable experience of distance monitoring of Livelihoods or Disability and Development projects at a senior level
·         Experience of managing, monitoring and evaluating donor-funded projects
·         Experience in working with private sector
·         Experience of writing accurate reports for donors
·         Experience of financial planning and budget management and control
·         Excellent written and spoken communication skills (English)
·         Excellent knowledge of current software packages
·         Excellent interpersonal skills
 
Desirable Requirements
 
·         Postgraduate qualification
·         Good working knowledge of local languages
·         Knowledge of, and ability to use, Sign Language
·         A disabled person
 
 
KEY COMPETENCIES REQUIRED FOR THE ROLE
 
Technical Competencies
 
·         Significant experience in experience in the field of Livelihoods with a leading NGO / Government / international organisation
·         Knowledge and understanding of key policy issues in disability and development
·         Knowledge and understanding of innovative livelihoods practices,
·         Experience in project and financial management
·         Good communication skills in both English and regional language/s
·         Competent user of all MS Office programmes and of the Internet
·         An experienced trainer/ facilitator, with a practical command of participatory methodologies
·         Experience of working with external agencies and institutions and government.
·         Ability to write concise and accurate progress reports
 
LCD Competencies
 
·         Communication: Recognised as a highly articulate and effective communicator.
·         Commercial Acumen: Demonstrate an understanding of the broader perspective when developing plans for achieving LC Disability’s long-term objectives. Place the customer first.
·         Focusing on Outcomes: Use all available information to measure progress against targets, and take action to achieve results.
·         Making Effective Decisions: Create clarity for others, and make successful decisions by evaluating priorities, options and recommendations.
·         Putting the Customer First: Use customer insight to focus upon future needs and challenges.
·         Teamwork & Collaboration: Influence others through your contribution and positive attitude and create a high performing team.
·         Innovation: Identify potential in new ideas and situations to improve LCD’s performance. Positively promote new ways of working to colleagues, volunteers and staff in an effective manner.
 
Application Procedure
 
Interested candidates can send their resume and cover letter to: info@lcdsouthasia.org

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