Saturday, December 12, 2015

Advocacy Intern, Save the Children Geneva Office


Advocacy Intern, Save the Children Geneva Office
Reports to: Director and UN Representative, Geneva Advocacy Office
Based in: Geneva, Switzerland
Purpose: To support the Save the Children Geneva Office with its work on advocacy in relation to children’s rights
Save the Children
Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organisation for children. Thirty member organisations make up Save the Children International, running programmes in over 120 countries, with a staff of more than 14,000. We save children’s lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfil their potential.
The Geneva Office
The main goal of the Geneva advocacy office is to create positive change for children by advocating on key child rights and humanitarian issues and influencing policy at the global level to the United Nations bodies and member states based in Geneva. The SC Office in Geneva directs most of its advocacy to the mainstreaming of children’s rights into human rights mechanisms and humanitarian response. Contacts are particularly important with OCHA, UNICEF, UNHCR and other NGOs as well as the UN member states and donors based in Geneva.
Job Description
The Save the Children Geneva Office is currently looking for an intern to support us in our advocacy work for a period of 6 months
· The intern’s duties will include:
  • Engagement in advocacy or programme work of the office, including conducting research and thematic analyses in support of advocacy;
  • Attend and report on relevant meetings in Geneva, including, amongst others, meetings of the Human Rights Council, IOM, OHCHR, OCHA, UNHCR and WHO;
  • Support the organization of advocacy meetings, events and panel discussions;
  • Update internal and external websites for the office;
  • Organise or support arrangements for hospitality, conferences, events, workshops and attend when required;
  • Develop and maintain information databases (such as hotel lists, consultants lists, conference centres and contact lists in permanent missions, UN agencies and civil society);
  • Provide logistical support for staff travel and venue arrangements. Make travel and hotel reservations; and
  • Maintain distribution lists and carry out mailings of reports as appropriate.
  • Other tasks as appropriate within a small office requiring willingness and flexibility such as monitoring and ordering office supplies, data inputting and coding of invoices and expense claims, handling incoming enquiries.
Save the Children Geneva office recognize this as a training opportunity so there will be some flexibility for the successful candidate to input into their work plan to potentially develop a project related to their interests. There is also a possibility for the role to be 80% to fit in with study commitments and exploring other employment opportunities towards the end of the contract.
Qualifications and skills
  • Ongoing or completed Master’s level studies in a relevant field.
  • An understanding of the advocacy/policy environment of the UN and other international organizations in Geneva.
  • A proven ability to work in a professional manner in a multilingual, multifaceted, international setting with limited supervision and a willingness to learn new skills.
  • Highly organized and able to anticipate needs.
  • Strong sense of responsibility coupled with teamwork skills.
  • Excellent spoken and written communication skills.
  • Fluency in English and French (spoken and written), Spanish is an asset.
  • Computer skills including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Ability to maintain simple websites.
  • The right to live in/near Geneva and to work in an intern role.
Terms and Conditions
· Full time for 6 months, starting early January 2016.
· The associate will be paid an allowance equivalent to CHF 1’000 per month rising to CHF 2,000 per month after successful completion of three months in the role. 13092

HOW TO APPLY:
How to apply
  • Please submit your CV and a covering letter in English to geneva.info@savethechildren.org
  • The closing date for receipt of applications is 20th December 2015.
  • Interviews will be in English and French.
  • Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Finance and Administration Officer


Salary: USD 1,440 per month
Based: Monrovia, Liberia
Duration: 1 year
Reporting to the Country Coordinator the holder of this position will ensure compliance and sound financial management of all projects in line with donors’ regulations, and be responsible for Alert’s country office financial and administrative management, in line with Liberian Law and Alert’s policies, procedures and minimum standards. The post holder will also lead on financial and administrative capacity building to project partners across Liberia.
For this role, the skills, qualifications and experience listed below are essential requirements:
· Relevant Finance / administration qualification
· Minimum 3 years’ experience of financial / admin responsibilities at an NGO, including with donor reporting and managing budgets
· Experience of managing grants to NGO partners
· Experience of operations management for an NGO
· Ability to build strong working relationships
· Fluency in written and spoken English
· Respectful approach to human interactions
· Innovative, creative, problem-solving attitude

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply, please send a completed application form and equal opportunities form tojobs@international-alert.org **, both of which can be found on** www.international-alert.org under ‘Downloads’. Please specify which role you are applying for in the email subject line. We encourage female applications for this position. Closing date: Friday, December 18th, 2015. Interview date will be communicated in due course but it is expected to be in the second half of January, 2016.
While International Alert will endeavour to contact all candidates within a reasonable time, this may not always be possible due to limited resources. Therefore, if you have not heard from us within two weeks of the closing date, you can assume that your application has, on this occasion, been unsuccessful. International Alert is an equal opportunities employer. All applicants will be judged strictly on the basis of merit.
**International Alert helps people find peaceful solutions to conflict.
**
We are one of the world’s leading peacebuilding organisations, with nearly 30 years of experience laying the foundations for peace.
We work with local people around the world to help them build peace. And we advise governments, organisations and companies on how to support peace.
We focus on issues which influence peace, including governance, economics, gender relations, social development, climate change, and the role of businesses and international organisations in high-risk places.

Community Support Officer


Malteser International, the worldwide relief agency of the Order of Malta for humanitarian aid, works in more than 20 countries in Africa, Asia and the Americas for people in need, regardless of their religion, origin or political affiliation. Its mission is to provide emergency relief, as well as to implement rehabilitation measures and to facilitate the link between emergency relief and sustainable development. Christian values and the humanitarian principles of impartiality and independence form the basis of its work in the following areas: relief, reconstruction & rehabilitation, health & nutrition, water, sanitation & hygiene, and resilience.
In August 2012 MI opened an office in Illeret, Marsabit County/ Northern Kenya with the aim to address the needs of the pastoralist population of the area, by supporting sustainable solutions, drought resilience and disaster preparedness. Beside increasing the access to safe drinking water, current activities to be implemented until the end of 2016, also include promotion livelihood opportunities, mainly through improved livestock management and marketing activities. To support our project location in Illeret, Malteser International is looking for an experienced
Community Support Officer
The Community Support Officer (CSO) builds and maintains proper relationships between Malteser International and the local community, thus ensuring that project activities meet the needs of the people. The CSO also mobilizes the community and raises awareness on any programme activities.
Responsibilities
· Acts as focal point for the community of Illeret
· Mobilizes (Prepares) the community, ensuring that target beneficiaries are fully informed about and involved in decision making in all stages of the programme planning and implementation
· Plans, organizes and coordinates sensitization activities (Forums, campaigns etc.) for awareness raising among the community about all programme components (software and hardware) before and during implementation period
· Designs and implements capacity-building trainings among the community to help them realize their potential in management and hence take ownership of their development projects.
· Organises workshops and focus group discussions in order to work out an acceptable contribution of the community towards various programme components
· Coordinates establishment of community projects management committees where it is required
· Manages Rain Water Harvesting systems’ contributions: Receives money from ACSO, keeps proper records and surrenders it to administrator on Monthly bases.
Qualifications
· Academic background in Development studies, Community development, Social work or other relevant field (Diploma and above)
· Previous work experience of at least three years of community liaison/mobilization and sensitization as well as work experience with pastoralist communities.
· Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills including the ability to diplomatically manage the relationship with local stakeholders and the community at large
· Readiness to work and live in a remote location under difficult circumstances; physical and mental strength
· Fluency in English with excellent verbal and written communication skills, knowledge of Daasanach would be an asset
Conditions
· Starting date: February 1st, 2016
· Duty station: IlleretMarsabit CountyNorthern Kenya
· Duration of contract: 11 months (until December 31st, 2016; extendable)
· Salary according to qualification and experience, insurance package, accommodation in staff house

HOW TO APPLY:
If you are interested in this position, kindly submit your application including cover letter, CV and supporting documentation, to the following email address, by January 6th, 2016.

Lyon ou Bruxelles, Référent(e) Technique Santé Maternelle et Infantile


Handicap International est une association à but non lucratif, sans affiliation politique ou confessionnelle. Elle repose sur un réseau d’associations structurées en Fédération, œuvrant de manière constante à la mobilisation des ressources, à la gestion des projets et à la mise en œuvre de la mission sociale.
Depuis sa création en 1982, Handicap International a mis en place des programmes de développement dans plus de 60 pays, et intervient dans de nombreuses situations d'urgence.
Au siège, les programmes sont pilotés par deux directions opérationnelles distinctes :
  • La Direction de l’Action de Développement (DAD) ;
  • La Direction de l’Action Humanitaire (DAH)
en lien étroit avec la Direction des Ressources Techniques (DRT)
La Direction des Ressources Techniques (DRT) est composée de 6 unités qui fournissent un soutien technique et un cadre aux 60 programmes de Handicap International dans le monde. Elle permet d'assurer la qualité de nos méthodologies et interventions.
CONTEXTE
Au sein de l’unité « Santé et Prévention », il s’agit de remplacer le référent technique santé maternelle et infantile qui a évolué en mobilité interne.
Le domaine Prévention et Santé travaille de façon rapprochée avec les autres domaines techniques (Réadaptation, Services sociaux et économiques, Soutien à la société civile, Urgences et Mines) dans une approche intégrée qui a comme objectif la pleine participation des personnes handicapées et vulnérables dans tous les aspects de la vie quotidienne.
OBJECTIFS DU POSTE :
Sous la supervision du responsable de Domaine Prévention et Santé, vous serez en charge de la référence technique sur les projets du champ d'action de Handicap International en Santé maternelle, néonatale et infantile.
Ce champ d'action s’articule selon plusieurs axes :
• Prévention primaire, secondaire et tertiaire des déficiences liées à la SMNI chez la mère et l’enfant
• Amélioration de l'accès aux services de santé pour les femmes en situation d'handicap
RESPONSABILITES :
Vous êtes en charge de la gestion du portefeuille de projets, ainsi que de la gestion des connaissances et savoirs-faires de l'association pour les projets de santé maternelle, néonatale, infantile.
Vous travaillez en lien étroit avec les autres référents techniques de Handicap International en fonction de l'orientation des projets, notamment les référents techniques Santé de la reproduction, santé mentale, maladies non transmissible et réadaptation fonctionnelle pour les aspects de stimulation et rééducation précoce de l'enfant handicapé ou de la mère.
ACTIVITES:
  • Vous développez et faites la promotion les compétences et savoir-faire individuels et collectifs de l’association dans son champ professionnel
  • Vous accompagnez la conception et la mise en œuvre des projets en veillant à leur cohérence par rapport au mandat et aux positionnements professionnels de l’association
  • Vous contribuez à la qualité des ressources humaines des projets en lien avec le DP et les RH siège
  • Vous élaborez et diffusez des approches, savoir-faire et positionnements professionnels dans le champ de la SMNI
  • Vous assurez la gestion administrative et financière du secteur
Cela implique d’effectuer 3 à 5 missions par an sur le terrain et des déplacements entre le Centre Opérationnel Bruxelles et la Fédération à Lyon
Vous serez également amené à travailler sur les projets suivants :
  • fournir un support technique thématique à l’Accord cadre DGCD en cours (de 10 à 20% du temps de travail) concernant RDC, Rwanda, Burundi pour l’Afrique et Laos, Vietnam et Cambodge pour le Sud Est Asie
  • participater à la definition des axes strategiques d'intervention DGD pour la SMNI concernant la prochaine phase 2017-2020
  • accompagner les programmes dans leur relation avec les bailleurs principaux en SMNI ( AFD, DGD, GIZ, Usaid, GCCA, selon les demandes et possibilités
  • participer activement à la diffusion du document cadre sur la SMNI et veiller à son application sur les terrains;
  • participation à deux congrès internationaux sur la thématique pour assurer le rayonnement du savoir faire HI en SMNI
PROFIL REQUIS :
  • Vous êtes un professionnel de la santé (médecin ou infirmier), avec une formation en santé maternelle, reproductive et infantile, et idéalement un Master en Santé Publique
  • Vous avez au moins 5 ans d’expérience professionnelle significative dans un pays à faible ou moyen revenu, en santé maternelle, néonatale, infantile et reproductive, idéalement dans le handicap
  • Vous maîtrisez les concepts et méthodologies en santé publique
  • Vous connaissez la gestion de projet, et l’ingéniérie de formation
  • Vous maîtrisez le français et l’anglais, idéalement l’espagnol
CONDITIONS DU POSTE:
  • Type de contrat : CDI à partir du 1er février 2016
  • Salaire : A partir de 2600 € bruts sur 12 mois, et plus selon profil et expérience transposable
  • Tickets Restaurant
  • Mutuelle
  • 39 heures hebdomadaires avec 22.5 jours de RTT à prendre annuellement ou 35 heures réelles par semaine
POSTULER :
Si vous souhaitez vous engager aux côtés d’Handicap International et si ce poste correspond à votre profil et à vos attentes, postulez en ligne en cliquant sur le lien suivant :
Handicap International est une association à but non lucratif, sans affiliation politique ou confessionnelle. Elle repose sur un réseau d’associations structurées en Fédération, œuvrant de manière constante à la mobilisation des ressources, à la gestion des projets et à la mise en œuvre de la mission sociale.
Depuis sa création en 1982, Handicap International a mis en place des programmes de développement dans plus de 60 pays, et intervient dans de nombreuses situations d'urgence.
Au siège, les programmes sont pilotés par deux directions opérationnelles distinctes :
  • La Direction de l’Action de Développement (DAD) ;
  • La Direction de l’Action Humanitaire (DAH)
en lien étroit avec la Direction des Ressources Techniques (DRT)
La Direction des Ressources Techniques (DRT) est composée de 6 unités qui fournissent un soutien technique et un cadre aux 60 programmes de Handicap International dans le monde. Elle permet d'assurer la qualité de nos méthodologies et interventions.
CONTEXTE
Au sein de l’unité « Santé et Prévention », il s’agit de remplacer le référent technique santé maternelle et infantile qui a évolué en mobilité interne.
Le domaine Prévention et Santé travaille de façon rapprochée avec les autres domaines techniques (Réadaptation, Services sociaux et économiques, Soutien à la société civile, Urgences et Mines) dans une approche intégrée qui a comme objectif la pleine participation des personnes handicapées et vulnérables dans tous les aspects de la vie quotidienne.
OBJECTIFS DU POSTE :
Sous la supervision du responsable de Domaine Prévention et Santé, vous serez en charge de la référence technique sur les projets du champ d'action de Handicap International en Santé maternelle, néonatale et infantile.
Ce champ d'action s’articule selon plusieurs axes :
• Prévention primaire, secondaire et tertiaire des déficiences liées à la SMNI chez la mère et l’enfant
• Amélioration de l'accès aux services de santé pour les femmes en situation d'handicap
RESPONSABILITES :
Vous êtes en charge de la gestion du portefeuille de projets, ainsi que de la gestion des connaissances et savoirs-faires de l'association pour les projets de santé maternelle, néonatale, infantile.
Vous travaillez en lien étroit avec les autres référents techniques de Handicap International en fonction de l'orientation des projets, notamment les référents techniques Santé de la reproduction, santé mentale, maladies non transmissible et réadaptation fonctionnelle pour les aspects de stimulation et rééducation précoce de l'enfant handicapé ou de la mère.
ACTIVITES:
  • Vous développez et faites la promotion les compétences et savoir-faire individuels et collectifs de l’association dans son champ professionnel
  • Vous accompagnez la conception et la mise en œuvre des projets en veillant à leur cohérence par rapport au mandat et aux positionnements professionnels de l’association
  • Vous contribuez à la qualité des ressources humaines des projets en lien avec le DP et les RH siège
  • Vous élaborez et diffusez des approches, savoir-faire et positionnements professionnels dans le champ de la SMNI
  • Vous assurez la gestion administrative et financière du secteur
Cela implique d’effectuer 3 à 5 missions par an sur le terrain et des déplacements entre le Centre Opérationnel Bruxelles et la Fédération à Lyon
Vous serez également amené à travailler sur les projets suivants :
  • fournir un support technique thématique à l’Accord cadre DGCD en cours (de 10 à 20% du temps de travail) concernant RDC, Rwanda, Burundi pour l’Afrique et Laos, Vietnam et Cambodge pour le Sud Est Asie
  • participater à la definition des axes strategiques d'intervention DGD pour la SMNI concernant la prochaine phase 2017-2020
  • accompagner les programmes dans leur relation avec les bailleurs principaux en SMNI ( AFD, DGD, GIZ, Usaid, GCCA, selon les demandes et possibilités
  • participer activement à la diffusion du document cadre sur la SMNI et veiller à son application sur les terrains;
  • participation à deux congrès internationaux sur la thématique pour assurer le rayonnement du savoir faire HI en SMNI
PROFIL REQUIS :
  • Vous êtes un professionnel de la santé (médecin ou infirmier), avec une formation en santé maternelle, reproductive et infantile, et idéalement un Master en Santé Publique
  • Vous avez au moins 5 ans d’expérience professionnelle significative dans un pays à faible ou moyen revenu, en santé maternelle, néonatale, infantile et reproductive, idéalement dans le handicap
  • Vous maîtrisez les concepts et méthodologies en santé publique
  • Vous connaissez la gestion de projet, et l’ingéniérie de formation
  • Vous maîtrisez le français et l’anglais, idéalement l’espagnol
CONDITIONS DU POSTE:
  • Type de contrat : CDI à partir du 1er février 2016
  • Salaire : A partir de 2600 € bruts sur 12 mois, et plus selon profil et expérience transposable
  • Tickets Restaurant
  • Mutuelle
  • 39 heures hebdomadaires avec 22.5 jours de RTT à prendre annuellement ou 35 heures réelles par semaine

HOW TO APPLY:
Si vous souhaitez vous engager aux côtés d’Handicap International et si ce poste correspond à votre profil et à vos attentes, postulez en ligne en cliquant sur le lien suivant :https://hi.profilsearch.com/recrute/fr/fo_annonce_voir.php?id=1256&idpar...

Regional Finance and IT Manager (LAC)


Regional Finance and IT Manager
Latin America & the Caribbean (LAC)
Competitive salary
2 year fixed term contract
Based in Santiago, Chile
National Appointment
HelpAge International (HelpAge) is a global network of not-for-profit organisations with a vision of a world where older people fulfil their potential to lead active, dignified, healthy and secure lives.
HelpAge is now looking for a Regional Finance and IT Manager who will ensure comprehensive and effective financial, IT and logistics management in the regional and county offices of the Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Development Centre and provide high level support and advice to regional and country directors as appropriate.
Based in the newly established regional office in Santiago, Chile, you will be required to lead the LAC Regional Finance team to deliver the financial aspects of the regional strategy; coordinate the annual budgeting process; carry out country level reviews; maintain oversight of funding requirements; work closely with finance staff in the various countries to ensure the work is delivered to agreed standards of financial management; and provide support and advice on the development of local financial procedures.
The ideal candidate will be a member of a recognised professional financial body and possess significant experience of a wide range of donors, including USAID and EC along with a good working knowledge of SUN accounting system or similar. You must also have excellent knowledge of IT & logistics systems.
You will also have strong interpersonal and communication skills and good performance management skills including mentoring and capacity building. Fluency in English and Spanish is also an essential requirement.
Working knowledge of French and experience of managing finance in a rapid onset emergency response would be a significant advantage.
Closing date: Sunday, 3 January 2016
Interview will commence on the week of 11 January 2016
Start date: ASAP
HelpAge International is an equal opportunities employer.

HOW TO APPLY:
For a full job description and instructions on how to apply, please click on the following link:http://www.helpage.org/who-we-are/jobs/

Corporate Alliance Specialist (Accounts), P-3, Geneva, Switzerland


Purpose of the Position
The Private Sector Fundraising (PSFR) section within PFP works with National Committees and UNICEF country offices to maximize income and drive income growth. There are five units within the PSFR section. The purpose of the Corporate Fundraising team is to drive income growth from the corporate sector, as part of an integrated corporate engagement strategy. Income growth will come from two sources: supporting countries to develop and strengthen their corporate fundraising capacity and skills and through the proactive development of new partnerships by the PFP Corporate Fundraising unit.
Under the general guidance of the Senior Manager (Strategic Partnership Management), responsible for negotiating, developing, coordinating, and monitoring key Global Alliances with the corporate sector. S/M is also responsible for guiding field Offices, National Committees and Regional Support Centres in the development of strategies for mobilizing resources from the corporate sector and building successful alliances.
Key Expected Results
  1. Proactively develop, maximize and monitor existing and multi million $ Global Alliances with the Corporate Sector and signature UNICEF programmers with RSCs, FOs and Natcom's.
  2. Guide RSCs, Field office and National Committees in developing, negotiating and implementing alliances with the corporate sector in line with UNICEF policy and guidelines in the area.
  3. Conduct training sessions and deliver presentations for HQ divisions, National Committee, Regional & field office staff in the development of alliances with the corporate sector.
  4. Contribute to and Coordinate elements necessary for the development and implementation of UNICEF strategy, policy & guidelines for working with the business community.
  5. Implement the due diligence process and ensure that submissions of alliance proposals to the Coordination Committee comprised of senior UNICEF staff is in-line with policy and procedures.
  6. Contribute towards the implementation of the section's communication plan.
  7. Identify, recruit and supervise technical resources and consultants as necessary for the above activities.
Qualifications of Successful Candidate
  • Advanced university degree in Business Management, Communication, Public Relations or Marketing: or equivalent professional work experience in Fundraising and sponsorships, combined with a university degree in a related field.*
  • Minimum five years of progressively responsible relevant work experience in Fundraising, marketing, sponsorship, communications and/or project management.
  • Experience of managing sports partnerships, driving high financial outputs, is considered an asset.
  • Experience in a corporate fundraising role in a UNICEF or other INGO field office would be desirable.
  • Key account management experience in a private sector environment, especially if combined with NGO experience, would be desirable.
  • Proven experience in negotiating, structuring and managing highly complex business partnerships a strong asset.
  • Experience in project management of project with multiple stakeholders an asset.
  • Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of a second UN language (i.e. Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, Spanish) is considered an asset.
    *A first level university degree in combination with qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advance university degree.
Competencies of Successful Candidate
  • Communicates effectively to varied audiences, including during formal public speaking.
  • Able to work effectively in a multi-cultural environment.
  • Sets high standards for quality of work and consistently achieves project goals.
  • Has good leadership and supervisory skills; co-ordinates group activities, ensuring that roles within the team are clear.
  • Analyzes and integrates potentially conflicting numerical, verbal and other data from a number of sources.
  • Translates strategic direction into plans and objectives.
  • Demonstrates and shares detailed technical knowledge and expertise.
  • Creates organization-wide processes to help ensure that all adhere to procedures and policies.
  • Adjusts team or department's approach to embrace changing circumstances.
Remarks
This is an extension of the application deadline due to an amendment in the Vacancy Announcement. Previous applicants need not reapply as their original application will be duly considered.

HOW TO APPLY:
UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organisation.
If you want a challenging career while improving the lives of children around the world UNICEF, the leading children’s rights organization, would like to hear from you.
Visit us at www.unicef.org/about/employ to register in our new e-Recruitment system and apply to this and other vacancies. Applications must be received by 18-December-15.
Vacancy position link:
Please note that only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted.
In the selection of its staff, UNICEF is committed to gender balance and diversity without distinction as to race, sex or religion, and without discrimination of persons with disabilities: well qualified candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

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