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United States of America: Intern/Project Assistant: Latin America and the Caribbean (Summer 2015) (source: Relief Web)

Eldis Job - 16 hours 41 min ago
Organization: National Democratic Institute
Country: United States of America
Closing date: 26 Apr 2015

Intern / Project Assistant: Latin America and the Caribbean(Summer 2015)

The National Democratic Institute (NDI) is seeking candidates currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate programs or recent graduates for internships with NDI's Latin America and the Caribbean team. We strongly encourage the inclusion of a cover letter as part of the application. This internship requires a time commitment of 40 hours per week.
Primary Responsibilities:

  • Assist the LAC team in organizing and implementing democracy development programs.
  • Collect and distribute to the LAC team foreign and domestic newspaper, magazine, or journal clippings pertaining to Latin American and Caribbean affairs.
  • Attend meetings and seminars on Latin American and Caribbean affairs and prepare written presentations to LAC team members.
  • Translate documents from Spanish to English and from English to Spanish.
  • Conduct special projects as needed.
  • Provide other logistical and administrative support to the LAC team.
  • Assist with administrative duties such as filing, faxing, copying, and mailings.

Qualifications:

  • Generally pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in political science, international affairs or a related field.
  • Fluent in Spanish (speaking, reading, writing), French a plus.
  • Available to work 40 hours per week.
  • Website development and maintenance experience desirable.
  • Able to prioritize, meet deadlines, and work with a team.
  • Diligent in work processes.
  • Flexible in schedule, attitude and work prioritization.
  • Demonstrated interest in Latin America and the Caribbean.
  • Willing to commit to a full semester upon accepting an internship.

Comments:
This is a paid internship. Interns are encouraged to attend workshops, lectures and other staff development events at NDI. We strongly encourage the inclusion of a cover letter as part of the application. This internship requires a time commitment of 40 hours per week. Only those applicants under consideration will be contacted. Applications must be submitted no later than April 10, 2015.
Non-U.S. citizens applying for internships and entry-level positions based in the U.S. must possess work authorization that does not require employer sponsorship.
NDI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, marital status or any other characteristic protected by law.

Please visit NDI's website at www.ndi.org/careers.

Apply Here

PI89181900


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Côte d'Ivoire: Women Protection & Empowerment Coordinator (source: Relief Web)

Eldis Job - 19 hours 17 min ago
Organization: International Rescue Committee
Country: Côte d'Ivoire
Closing date: 27 May 2015

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

As part of its Women Protection & Development sector, the International Rescue Committee (IRC) is currently implementing, with the support of the Novo Foundation, an eight years project called "Women and Girls Rebuild Nations". The program's holistic strategy is based on five pillars: Prevention of violence, Empowerment of women, Response to violence, Advocacy and Access to Justice. This project is simultaneously implemented in Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone and Liberia and is now entering its eighth and final year.

NATURE OF POSITION

The WPE coordinator will be responsible for the design, the coordination and the implementation of the final evaluation of the WGRN program. Additionally, he/she will support the realization of a documentary film and an illustrated book.

This position will be based in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, and it reports to the Deputy Director for Programs. It will require frequent trips to the field.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

WGRN's final evaluation:

  • Design an evaluation plan based on the existing indicator matrix.
  • Supervise the data collection and compilation;
  • Validate and analyze the data;
  • Draft and finalize the evaluation report;
  • Provide recommendations for future Women Protection & Empowerment programming in Côte d'Ivoire.

Documentary film and an illustrated book:

  • Draft a script for a documentary film and a book illustrating the transformative momentum of the WGRN program;
  • Select providers for the production of the documentary film and illustrated books;
  • Provide supervision and coordination for the production of documentary and illustrated books;
  • Ensure dissemination of the final products;

PROFILE

  • Master in Social Science or equivalent;
  • At least five years of overseas experience, including substantial management experience in gender-based violence programming and at least 3 years' experience in direct service provision for survivors of sexual violence and domestic violence, preferred
  • Proven expertise in project evaluation;
  • Practical experience in artistic creations (photo reporting, documentary film…)
  • Very good knowledge of GBV issues;
  • Prior knowledge of the WGRN program would be a plus;
  • Excellent analytical, synthesis and writing skills;
  • Perfect knowledge of French, good knowledge of English.

Côte d'Ivoire - Mars 2015

APERCU DU PROGRAMME

Dans le cadre de ses activités de protection et de développement des femmes et des filles, l'International Rescue Committee (IRC) a développé, avec l'appui de la Fondation Novo, un projet intitulé « Reconstruction des nations par et avec les femmes et les filles ». Ce projet est qui en est à sa huitième et dernière année, est mis en œuvre simultanément en Côte d'Ivoire, en Sierra Leone et au Liberia. Son approche se veut holistique afin de traiter de manière complète le problème des Violences Basées sur le Genre (VBG).

Cette stratégie s'appuie sur cinq piliers (Prévention, Autonomisation, Réponse, Plaidoyer et Accès à la justice) pour d'une part assurer une assistance psychosociale et médicale aux survivantes de violences basées sur le genre et d'autre part renforcer les capacités des femmes et des filles afin de les mettre à l'abri des violences par l'autonomisation socio-économique. Par ailleurs, elle vise à travailler avec les différents partenaires, les communautés et les autorités pour prévenir les actes de violences, lutter contre l'impunité et traiter les causes profondes de la violence. Enfin, une composante transversale de contribution à la recherche doit assurer que les leçons apprises de ce projet permettront de mieux appréhender la problématique des Violences Basées sur le Genre dans le futur.

NATURE DU POSTE

Le coordonnateur 'WPE' viendra apporter un appui ponctuel (4 mois) à la mise en œuvre du programme RNFF et la coordination du secteur 'WPE'. Il sera plus particulièrement responsable de la coordination et de la mise en œuvre de l'évaluation finale du projet RNFF ainsi que de la réalisation de deux outils de communication : un film documentaire et un livre illustré.

Ce poste est basé à Abidjan, en Côte d'Ivoire, et rapporte au directeur adjoint pour les programmes. Il nécessitera des voyages fréquents dans les bureaux de l'intérieur du pays.

PRINCIPALES RESPONSABILITÉS

Réalisation de l'évaluation finale du projet RNFF :

  • Développer un plan d'évaluation en se basant sur la matrice des indicateurs existante (développée lors de la réunion régionale de Sierra Leone) ;
  • Sélectionner un cabinet d'étude (local) pour réaliser l'enquête de terrain ;
  • Superviser la collecte et la compilation des données et des informations ;
  • Valider les données et informations collectées ;
  • Analyser les données et informations collectées ;
  • Rédiger et finaliser le rapport d'évaluation ;
  • Fournir des recommandations pour les actions à venir à mener en matière de Protection et Autonomisation de la femme en Côte d'Ivoire.

Production d'un film documentaire et d'un livre illustré :

  • Rédiger un projet de scénario pour un film et un livre illustrant la dynamique transformative insufflée par le projet RNFF ;
  • Sélectionner les prestataires (locaux) pour la production du film documentaire et du livre illustré ;
  • Assurer l'orientation et la supervision des prestataires ;
  • Assurer la supervision et la coordination de la production du film documentaire et du livre illustré ;
  • Assurer la duplication et la diffusion des outils de communication produits ;

PROFIL RECHERCHE

  • Master en science sociale ou équivalent ;
  • Expérience d'au moins cinq ans dans la gestion de projet GBV ou Genre ;
  • Expertise avérée en matière d'évaluation de projet et d'enquête de terrain ;
  • Expérience concrète en matière de créations artistique de type reportage photos et/ou film documentaire ;
  • Très bonnes connaissances de la problématique des Violences Basées sur le Genre (VBG) ;
  • La connaissance préalable du programme RNFF serait un plus ;
  • Excellentes capacités d'analyse, de synthèse et de rédaction ;
  • Connaissance parfaite du français, bonne connaissance de l'anglais.

    Pour appliquer, soumettez votre candidature avec pretention salariale en ligne: www.ircjobs.org

L' IRC et les employés de l' IRC doivent adhérer aux valeurs et principes contenu dans le IRC WAY (standards pour la conduite professionnelle). Ce sont l'Intégrité, le Service, et la Responsabilité. En conformité avec ces valeurs, IRC opère et fait respecter les politiques sur la protection des bénéficiaires contre l'exploitation et les abus, la sauvegarde de l'enfant, le harcèlement sur les lieux de travail, et les représailles.


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Sierra Leone: Protection Consortium Coordinator (source: Relief Web)

Eldis Job - 19 hours 54 min ago
Country: Sierra Leone
Closing date: 26 May 2015

BACKGROUND TO IRC

The International Rescue Committee, one of the world's largest humanitarian agencies, provides relief, rehabilitation, and post-conflict reconstruction support to victims of natural disaster, oppression, and violent conflict in 42 countries. The IRC is committed to bold leadership, innovation, and creative partnerships. Active in public health, education, livelihoods, women's empowerment, youth development, and protection and promotion of rights, the IRC assists people from harm to home.

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is unprecedented in scale and in the response required. No previous outbreak has had as many confirmed cases, or as wide of a geographic spread. The situation is complicated by the porous nature of the regions' borders, inaccessibility of the terrain, and the presence of multiple active sites of transmission. The outbreak in Sierra Leone started in May 2014 and rapidly spread throughout the country.

SCOPE OF WORK

In December 2014, the Protection Consortium was initiated to support the Ministry of Social Welfare, Gender, and Children's Affairs (MSWGCA) to integrate an inclusive and holistic approach to protection for vulnerable individuals and groups across Sierra Leone in response to the Ebola outbreak. The IRC is the lead agency of the Protection Consortium working with Concern Worldwide, Save the Children, GOAL, Action Contre la Faim (ACF), Plan Sierra Leone, and Handicap International. All partners were working in the country before the emergency and are committed to stay. The IRC is seeking a Protection Coordinator to lead the overall management and strategic direction of an initial five month emergency protection project that has potential to transition into a longer-term program. The consortium partners will work together to provide a quality program in several areas of protection, including child protection, violence against women and girls, disabilities, psychosocial support, and nutrition.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Program Management

Provide overall technical direction and managerial oversight for smooth implementation of the project. Key responsibilities include:

  • Prepare, in coordination with Consortium Protection focal staff, strategic work-plans with clear objectives and achievement benchmarks.
  • Ensure the project is implemented according to the proposal and of quality according to international protection standards.
  • Provide technical support to the Consortia grants unit and to partners to ensure the best use of resources by preparing sound budgets, monitoring project expenses.
  • Ensure timely submission of financial and narrative reports to the donor.
  • Supervise the Protection Consortium Manager, M&E Manager, and Protection Officers (3).

Coordination & Representation

Build and maintain productive working relationships with a wide network of partners and stakeholders. Key responsibilities include:

  • Serve as the principal Protection Consortium representative to donors, the MSWGCA, UNICEF, Consortium partners, and all other protection stakeholders.
  • The Coordinator will be responsible to report directly to the Strategic Management Board, which is comprised of the Consortium Country Directors for overall strategic direction of the Consortium. Coordinator is also expected to maintain communication and liaise with the Country Directors as appropriate.
  • Maintain communication with and report to DFID Protection Adviser and Program Management team through both formal and informal briefings and reporting.

Technical Leadership

Ultimately responsible for ensuring technical oversight according to international protection standards. Key responsibilities include:

  • Lead technical review and planning meetings with the consortium partners' advisors/coordinators.
  • Provide technical support to partners on all protection areas.
  • Supervise and provide technical oversight in the development of M&E plans and tools working closely with the Consortium M&E Manager.
  • Identify technical assistance needs and arrange for the provision of needed assistance; supervise sub-agreement partners; ensure coordinated inputs and technical/managerial quality from all partners/collaborators.
  • Lead the development of proposals and concept notes for new opportunities.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Minimum a Masters degree in social sciences, human rights, international development, or a related field.
  • Minimum of five years of senior management experience in designing and implementing large protection programs and working in tandem with local and international partners.
  • Demonstrated ability to implement projects with rigorous deliverables and timelines in accordance with set timeframes and donor regulations while maintaining high quality and with multiple implementing partners.
  • Knowledge of key DFID regulations and experience with DFID funding is a plus.
  • Experience in the context of an emergency and/or recovery phase is a plus.
  • Proven leadership and strategic planning capabilities.
  • Proven ability in collaborating closely with multi-level stakeholders, including Government, donors, and implementing partners.
  • Demonstrated budget management ability.
  • Effective and persuasive writing and public speaking.
  • Proven sound judgment and decision-making skills.
  • Computer skills in MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook).
  • Excellent written and oral English.
  • Flexibility to adapt to changing requirements.

PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS

The IRC and IRC workers must adhere to the values and principles outlined in the IRC Way - Standards for Professional Conduct. These are Integrity, Service, and Accountability. In accordance with these values, the IRC operates and enforces policies on Beneficiary Protection from Exploitation and Abuse, Child Safeguarding, Anti-Workplace Harassment, Fiscal Integrity, and Anti-Retaliation.

HOUSING

Shared housing in a guest house will be provided. The position is unaccompanied.


How to apply:

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United States of America: Strategy Unit Project Manager (source: Relief Web)

Eldis Job - Fri, 2015-03-27 23:18
Organization: International Rescue Committee
Country: United States of America
Closing date: 26 May 2015

Background/IRC Summary:

The International Rescue Committee responds to the world's worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. Founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein, the IRC offers lifesaving care and life-changing assistance to refugees forced to flee from war or disaster. At work today in over 40 countries and in 22 US cities, the IRC restores safety, dignity and hope to millions who are uprooted and struggling to endure. The IRC leads the way from harm to home.

The IRC has defined a new strategic mission and vision, along with initiatives and key processes that will deliver to the strategic objectives. The Strategy Unit will be responsible for actively supporting the planning and execution of those initiatives by the relevant organizational owners, including project management and governance support. The Strategy Unit will also provide problem-solving support to the organization, by supporting particular initiatives or removing barriers that emerge during implementation.

Job Overview/Summary:

This role is responsible for project management for the strategy implementation initiatives and processes. This is a challenging position which requires strong organization skills, excellent interpersonal skills, and the ability to work well in a distributed, multicultural environment.

The role reports to the Strategy Unit Project Management Lead, and will be focused on supporting the Initiative and Delivery Owners of the strategy implementation initiatives.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Complete project planning and scheduling for the initiatives, from the high-level planning phase to detailed short-term activity scheduling.
  • Provide timely input to the Strategy Implementation governance and progress reporting processes.
  • Support Initiative and Delivery Owners effectively, and ensure that dependencies, conflicts and risks are coordinated across initiatives.
  • Drive project progress and coordinate the activities of cross-functional team members, including task and action tracking.
  • Proactively manage project risks, dependencies, issues, gaps and resource conflicts.
  • Engage and facilitate meetings with stakeholders across globally distributed business units, and coordinate stakeholder communications.
  • Ensure that project communications are timely, relevant and accurate, including regular status updates.
  • Manage individual project budgets, track expenditure and maintain accurate projections.
  • Support the project teams in their use of tools for documents management, collaboration and task management.

Job Requirements:

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent with at least 4 years of progressive experience as a project coordinator or project manager
  • Experience in project managing large-scale, cross-functional projects
  • Experience in facilitating governance processes
  • Excellent writing, presentation and meeting facilitation skills
  • Skills in managing and reporting budgets
  • Experience in using project management methodologies, templates, tools and processes
  • High level of proficiency with MS Office, documents management solutions and project management tools

    Preferred Additional Requirements

  • Experience in working within a Project Management Office, or equivalent structure

  • Understanding of the challenges related to implementing organizational change in the sector

  • Experience with Box document management, Salesforce Chatter, Trello and WebEx

  • Knowledge of French or Arabic

  • Project Management certification

Working Environment:

Standard office work environment

Some travel as needed

To Apply Please submit your resume along with a brief *cover letter through the IRC Job portal located at www.Rescue.org. In your cover letter please include the primary reason you want to work for the IRC.

*Those candidates who provide the requested cover letter will be given priority


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Ethiopia: Water , Sanitation and Hygiene ( WASH ) Technical Advisor (source: Relief Web)

Eldis Job - Fri, 2015-03-27 23:13
Organization: International Rescue Committee
Country: Ethiopia
Closing date: 26 May 2015

ORGANIZATIONAL DESCRIPTION:

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) began work in Ethiopia in 2000 in response to severe drought in Ethiopia's Somali Region. IRC is currently providing assistance to disaster-affected and high-risk communities in the Tigray; Gambella; Benishangul-Gumuz; Somali and Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples' Regions, and to refugees in thirteen refugee camps across the country. IRC is implementing emergency water and sanitation activities, education, child protection and youth program activities , conducting agricultural activities, working with pastoralists on improving animal health, raising awareness on HIV/AIDS, family planning, and polio, and conducting community-based activities to reduce morbidity and mortality among children under five.

PROGRAM BACKGROUND:

The Environmental Health (WASH) sector in Ethiopia is focused on water, sanitation and hygiene interventions in refugee camps in Benishangul-Gumuz, Gambella, Tigray and Somali regions, and rural communities in Benishangul-Gumuz, Gambella, SNNPR, and Somali regions. Projects started in 2000 in the Somali region and expanded to include refugee camps and drought and AWD-affected rural communities. The current projects aim to reduce the risk of morbidity and mortality from diarrheal diseases amongst refugees and disaster-affected populations.

The IRC is currently implementing DFID funded programme in consortium with Save the Children International (SCI) Islamic Relief (IR), and Ogaden Welfare and Development Association (OWDA). The programme titled "Support to the Provision of Basic Services in the Somali Region of Ethiopia under the Peace and Development Programme" (BASES under PDP) aims to work with the Ethiopian Somali Regional State (ESRS) to improve sustainable access to basic services in 15 districts/woredas. Save the Children (SC) is a consortium lead; while IRC is the lead for WASH sector of the program. This program involves a significant scope of water and sanitation infrastructure constructions, and hygiene promotion activities. The WASH Technical Advisor is responsible for ensuring that the partners have all and adequate WASH technical support and guidance in order to be able to implement WASH activities timely and in a quality manner, is responsible for implementation of consortium level WASH activities, coordination, and representation in front of the Government, partners, communities and other internal and external stakeholders. This position is based in Jijiga Town, and works 100% on this project.

Scope

The WASH Technical Advisor provides leadership and technical support of all WASH aspects of the Basic Services under Peace and Development Programme. He/She will work with each of the partner organizations involved in the project, and will be responsible to advise on and monitor technical quality, supporting consortium members in completion of activities to a high quality within the project period. Experience in the particular context of WASH in pastoral communities will be essential in this role. Understanding of, and experience in, Disaster Risk Management and Natural Resource Management is also required.

Key responsibilities include:

This position works alongside the Health and Education Technical Advisors, and reports to the Deputy Program Director (also based in Jijiga) at Save the Children International on day-to-day management of the WASH sector of the Programme, and is co-supervised by IRC Environmental Health Coordinator based in Addis Ababa. This position works closely with the IRC Ethiopia Environmental Health teams in Addis Ababa and Jijiga. The position is based in Jijiga Town, but with frequent travel throughout the region for management, support, monitoring and evaluation of program activities.

Project Implementation

  • Ensure regional level WASH sector activities are performed and implemented with consistent approaches and quality, and on time.
  • Ensure proper and timely utilization of regional level WASH sector activities.

Technical oversight

  • Advise partners on all technical aspects of WASH sector activities implementation, ensuring a unified and effective approach to achieving project milestones.
  • Develop guidelines and tools as required for WASH staff to implement key project activities consistently and effectively.
  • Organize technical training for project staff as required to enable them to implement the project strategy and activities effectively.
  • Identify and collate evidence base of context specific promising practices and support dissemination workshops to improve existing practices and introduce new practices and/or ideas among project partners.
  • Prepare or review all technical designs & BoQs, specifications and tenders for a variety of water and sanitation interventions.
  • Ensure that effective engagement is maintained with communities and with local government partners, to ensure responsive and sustainable programming.

Project monitoring

  • Oversee the WASH components of the project in the Somali region, with a focus on keeping activities on track for completion. Develop detailed activity, budget plans and monitoring tools for the project, and monitor progress against plans ensuring that objectives and indicators are achieved.
  • Maintain regular contact with the field WASH staff through regular field visits to ensure that the WASH component of the project is carried out promptly, to a high quality and according to the project strategy.
  • Compile and submit consortium level WASH technical reports; verify and validate WASH project implementation reports received from partners (Output tracker, WASH Matrix Activity, Monthly/quarter Reports, ad hoc reports, donors report, etc).
  • Prepare monthly field reports incorporating activity and financial progress for project work across the Somali region.

Coordination & representation

  • Build links with WASH stakeholders to share knowledge, experience and ideas.
  • Represent the WASH sector of the Programme to local communities, government departments, international agencies, local partners and donors as required.
  • Attend relevant meetings as required.
  • Ensure regular communication with Addis Ababa-based WASH Unit technical staff for feedback, updates and guidance as required.

Operations (HR, Logistics and Finance)

  • Identify training needs and ensure that members of the WASH sector team receive appropriate training (including mentoring, on-the-job sessions as well as formal trainings).
  • Ensure that high priority purchases are monitored and prioritized by the logistics team.
  • Ensure that tenders are prepared in accordance with the projects logistics requirements and the WASH sector standards.
  • Monitor and ensure spending against plan, and analyze monthly financial reports. Alert the senior management team of any anomalies and propose corrective actions. Subsequently follow up with the implementation of the agreed corrective actions.

Requirements

  • BSc in Water Resources Engineering or similar field.
  • Minimum 5 years of WASH (Watsan) experience with an NGO in a senior capacity.
  • Experience in managing and implementation of performance based contracts preferable.
  • Previous experience with pastoralist communities essential, preferably in the Somali context.
  • Knowledge and experience in Rangeland Management in dryland environments strongly preferred.
  • Proven practical experience in project implementation and management, particularly engineering activities.
  • Comfortable to work and travel in a remote environment.
  • Ability to work and adapt under pressure.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills.
  • Computer literate (word processors, spreadsheet, database, CAD and statistical packages, etc).

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Sierra Leone: Protection Consortium Program Manager (source: Relief Web)

Eldis Job - Fri, 2015-03-27 22:57
Organization: International Rescue Committee
Country: Sierra Leone
Closing date: 26 May 2015

BACKGROUND TO IRC

The International Rescue Committee, one of the world's largest humanitarian agencies, provides relief, rehabilitation, and post-conflict reconstruction support to victims of natural disaster, oppression, and violent conflict in 42 countries. The IRC is committed to bold leadership, innovation, and creative partnerships. Active in public health, education, livelihoods, women's empowerment, youth development, and protection and promotion of rights, the IRC assists people from harm to home.

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is unprecedented in scale and in the response required. No previous outbreak has had as many confirmed cases, or as wide of a geographic spread. The situation is complicated by the porous nature of the regions' borders, inaccessibility of the terrain, and the presence of multiple active sites of transmission. The outbreak in Sierra Leone started in May 2014 and rapidly spread throughout the country.

SCOPE OF WORK

In December 2014, the Protection Consortium was initiated to support the Ministry of Social Welfare, Gender, and Children's Affairs (MSWGCA) to integrate an inclusive and holistic approach to protection for vulnerable individuals and groups across Sierra Leone in response to the Ebola outbreak. The IRC is the lead agency of the Protection Consortium working with Concern Worldwide, Save the Children, GOAL, A ction Contre la Faim (A CF ) , Plan Sierra Leone, and Handicap International. All partners were working in the country before the emergency and are committed to stay. The IRC is seeking a Protection Consortium Program Manager to lead the overall management of an initial five month emergency protection project that has potential to transition into a longer-term program. The c onsortium partners will work together to provide a quality program in several areas of protection , including child protection, violence against women and girls, disabilities, psychosocial support , and nutrition.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Support the Coordinator to develop the overarching consortium implementation plan.
  • Conduct regular field monitoring visits to provide support to partners and to ensure quality implementation.
  • Manage the Protection indicator tracking system and monitor progress to meet program outcomes.
  • Participate in grant opening and review meetings to ensure partners are compliant with donor regulations and are on track with spending.
  • Work closely with the grants and partnership unit and finance team to manage partners' spending and narrative reporting.
  • Review partners' narrative reports and lead the writing of the comprehensive consortium reports for internal and donor reporting.
  • Develop activity budgets and raise procurement and payment requests for consortium led activities.
  • Participate in national-level meetings with MSWGCA and protection stakeholders.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Minimum a Masters degree in social sciences, human rights, international development, or a related field.
  • Minimum of two years of previous experience working in protection programming in a developing context.
  • Demonstrated ability to implement projects with rigorous deliverables and timelines in accordance with set timeframes and donor regulations while maintaining high quality and with multiple implementing partners.
  • Knowledge of key DFID regulations and experience with DFID funding is a plus.
  • Experience in the context of an emergency and/or recovery phase is a plus.
  • Proven ability in collaborating closely with multi-level stakeholders, including Government, donors, and implementing partners.
  • Demonstrated budget management ability.
  • Effective and persuasive writing and public speaking.
  • Proven sound judgment and decision-making skills.
  • Computer skills in MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook).
  • Excellent written and oral English.
  • Flexibility to adapt to changing requirements.

PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS

The IRC and IRC workers must adhere to the values and principles outlined in the IRC Way - Standards for Professional Conduct. These are Integrity, Service, and Accountability. In accordance with these values, the IRC operates and enforces policies on Beneficiary Protection from Exploitation and Abuse, Child Safeguarding, Anti - Workplace Harassment, Fiscal Integrity, and Anti-Retaliation.

HOUSING

Shared housing in a guest house will be provided. The position is unaccompanied.


How to apply:

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Central America: At-Risk Youth Community Media Trainer (source: Relief Web)

Eldis Job - Fri, 2015-03-27 21:11
Closing date: 30 Apr 2015

Location: Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador

Start Date: Summer 2015

BACKGROUND:

Internews is seeking experienced social media experts and journalists who specialize on youth for anticipated opportunities in the Northern Triangle region- Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador. The At-Risk Youth Community Media Trainers are responsible for designing, planning and implementing community-level training and mentoring for at-risk youth in media and communications to increase civic engagement and advocacy. The At-Risk Youth Community Media Trainers must have experience working on donor funded projects in Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador. This position is contingent upon donor funding and open to citizens from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, as well as persons from outside the region who meet the below qualifications.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Plan, coordinate and lead training in social media, communication technologies, storytelling, digital coalition building, and journalism with at-risk youth to promote youth voices;
  • Provide ongoing mentoring to youth to increase knowledge and technical skills and support community-level advocacy efforts;
  • Knowledge of cutting-edge/innovative communications tools, and passionate about SMS and social media platforms and trends;
  • Maintain and build active relationships with youth-based organizations throughout the Central America region;
  • Develop and maintain keen understanding of issues affecting youth in the Central America region;
  • Draft, review and provide input to project work plans, proposals, annual and close-out reports, as required;
  • Support the communication efforts of Internews to promote and publicize project activities.

KEY QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master’s Degree in journalism, communications or related field desired;
  • Minimum of 7 years work experience as a senior journalist;
  • Minimum of 5 years work experience with youth organizations in the Central America region, preferably in Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador;
  • Strong critical thinking and writing skills; excellent communication skills required;
  • Ability and willingness to travel to regional locations, which may be remote or difficult to reach;
  • Demonstrated organizational skills, ability to prioritize workload and multi-task in a fast-paced environment and strong track record of meeting deliverables;
  • Excellent soft skills, including interpersonal and communication skills, with a problem-solving attitude and as a self-starter who works both independently and as a collaborative team player;
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and meet deadlines under pressure;
  • Proven interpersonal and networking skills; and
  • Demonstrated fluency in Spanish and English required, both verbally and in writing; knowledge of Chichen strongly preferred.

How to apply:

Please visit: https://chc.tbe.taleo.net/chc06/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=INTERNEWS&cws=1&rid=408

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Central America: Resident Journalism Advisor (source: Relief Web)

Eldis Job - Fri, 2015-03-27 21:09
Closing date: 30 Apr 2015

Location: Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador

Start Date: Summer 2015

BACKGROUND:

Internews is seeking experienced journalist and media development professionals with a focus in health for anticipated opportunities in the Northern Triangle region- Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador. The Resident Journalism Advisor (RJA) is responsible for capacity building efforts for media, civil society and youth partners in all areas of media development from journalism and social media training to newsroom management and business development. The Resident Journalism Advisor must have experience working on donor funded projects in Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador. This position is contingent upon donor funding and open to citizens from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, as well as persons from outside the region who meet the below qualifications.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Technical knowledge of TV and radio broadcasting and management;
  • Plan, coordinate and lead training with media outlets to increase the quality of content production, create new programming and increase audience consumption;
  • Conduct specialized training on health journalism to improve HIV related and other public health coverage in the media;
  • Proactively research the latest scientific knowledge on HIV and public health and assimilate new thinking and approaches to stigma reduction and HIV mainstreaming – and build the capacity of journalists in these areas;
  • Provide ongoing mentoring to journalists, editors and media managers to increase knowledge and technical skills and ensure that the stories developed are of high quality;
  • Knowledge of cutting-edge/innovative communications tools, and passionate about social media platforms and trends;
  • Maintain and build active relationships with journalists and media outlets throughout the Central America region;
  • Develop and maintain keen understanding of issues affecting both the media community and the media development community in the Central America region, including security and political factors;
  • Provide oversight of sub-awards and mentoring of a range of media, civil society and youth partners, including technical oversight, quality assurance, reporting and M&E compliance;
  • Draft, review and provide input to project work plans, proposals, annual and close-out reports, as required;
  • Support the communication efforts of Internews to promote and publicize project activities.

KEY QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Extensive experience managing projects funded by US and/or European agencies; experience with USAID-funded programs strongly preferred;
  • Master’s Degree in journalism, media management, communications or related field desired;
  • Minimum of 7 years work experience as a senior journalist and at least 5 years news management experience;
  • Minimum of 5 years work experience with media outlets and media support organizations in the Central America region, preferably in Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador.
  • Experience designing and facilitating journalism training and production to professionals and students;
  • Deep working knowledge of digital and physical security practices to ensure the safety of journalists;
  • Strong critical thinking and writing skills; excellent communication skills required;
  • Experience managing budgets and ensuring sub-grantee compliance; familiarity with USAID regulations strongly preferred;
  • Significant ability to analyze and interpret media reports;
  • Team-building skills and the ability to manage a diverse staff;
  • Ability and willingness to travel to regional locations, which may be remote or difficult to reach;
  • Demonstrated organizational skills, ability to prioritize workload and multi-task in a fast-paced environment and strong track record of meeting deliverables;
  • Excellent soft skills, including interpersonal and communication skills, with a problem-solving attitude and as a self-starter who works both independently and as a collaborative team player;
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and meet deadlines under pressure;
  • Proven interpersonal and networking skills; and
  • Demonstrated fluency in Spanish and English required, both verbally and in writing; knowledge of Chichen strongly preferred.

How to apply:

TO APPLY:
Please visit: https://chc.tbe.taleo.net/chc06/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=INTERNEWS&cws=1&rid=409

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Switzerland: Secretary General ad interim - Maternity Leave Replacement (source: Relief Web)

Eldis Job - Fri, 2015-03-27 21:09
Organization: International Catholic Center of Geneva
Country: Switzerland
Closing date: 06 Apr 2015

EMPLOYER:International Catholic Center of Geneva (CCIG)

JOB TITLE: Secretary General ad interim

RESPONSIBLE TO: CCIG Board

STARTING DATE: June 2015

ENDING DATE: November 2015

ACTIVITY RATE: From 25% to 50% depending on the month concerned

PLACE: CCIG Office, rue de Varembé 1, 1202 Geneva (Switzerland)

****JOB SUMMARY:**** Implementation of projects and management of the CCIG secretariat.

****ESSENTIAL KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:****

  • Responsible for providing logistical support for the organization of coordination meetings and training sessions for NGO representatives;
  • Research and Prepare package of information for training sessions in the field (including UN documents and other materials);
  • Perform miscellaneous office tasks and organizational duties, such as organization of Board meetings and Reception hours for members at the secretariat.
  • Communication (update of CCIG website, targeted information mailing lists).
  • Administrative tasks: coordination and supervision of Accountant’s work.

****ADDITIONAL DESIRABLE JOB FUNCTIONS:****

  • Fundraising: Maintain timely and consistent contact with current donors and potential donors.

****QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:****

****EDUCATION:****

  1. Master’s degree in international relations or similar field.

****EXPERIENCE:****

  1. A minimum of two years’ experience in international NGOs’ environment.
  2. Knowledge of and experience in working with Catholic-inspired NGOs is highly valued.
  3. Experience in fundraising for international NGOs desirable.
SKILLS:
  • Proven ability to relate to international NGOs working in the Development and Human Rights.
  • Deep understanding of Advocacy work and its technique.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the UN system for the promotion and protection of human rights, including full understanding of implications of NGO participation.
  • In-depth knowledge of the functioning of the Universal Periodic Review, including direct experience in reporting process.
  • Knowledge of fund raising/development practices, standards, and reporting.
  • Understanding of Budgeting processes.
  • Personal computers, hardware, and software programs including; Word, Outlook, Excel.

COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGE SKILLS:

  • Advanced oral and written communication in English and French.
  • Knowledge of Spanish is an asset.

****PERSONAL SKILLS:****

  • Work effectively without direct supervision.
  • Maintain flexibility to adapt to a variety of workload assignments.For more information on CCIG, please consult our website at: www.ccig-iccg.org

How to apply:

Please send your CV and Cover letter to: secretariat@ccig-iccg.org

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Bahrain: Continuing Legal Education Expert, Short-Term Legal Specialist, Bahrain (Volunteer) (source: Relief Web)

Eldis Job - Fri, 2015-03-27 20:46
Organization: American Bar Association
Country: Bahrain
Closing date: 24 Apr 2015

ABA ROLI is a non-profit pro­gram that implements legal reform programs in over 60 countries around the world. ABA ROLI has nearly 700 professional staff work­ing abroad and in its Washington, D.C. office. ABA ROLI’s host country partners include judges, lawyers, bar associations, law schools, court administrators, legislatures, ministries of justice and a wide array of civil society organi­zations, including human rights groups.

JOB SUMMARY

The ABA Rule of Law Initiative in Bahrain seeks a Short-Term Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Expert. The focus of this program will be developing a practical training program for lawyers in Bahrain.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Develop a practical training program for lawyers in Bahrain. This includes design of the training program, development of training materials together with local and international trainers and management of international experts to deliver workshops.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • JD or equivalent and 5 years of relevant legal experience, including a strong background in continuing legal education;
  • Prior experience preparing training materials and conducting trainings;
  • Fluency in English;
  • Knowledge of the region and Arabic language skills is a plus; and
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills required.

How to apply:

To apply, click here: https://abanet.devhire.devex.com/jobs/331049

*Due to the high volume of applications received, we are only able to follow up with candidates who are selected for interviews.Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and this position may be filled prior to the close date.*

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Ethiopia: Healthcare Program Specialist (source: Relief Web)

Eldis Job - Fri, 2015-03-27 20:45
Organization: Nuru International
Country: Ethiopia
Closing date: 31 May 2015

Desired Start Date: Mid-March 2015

Reports to: Team Leader, Ethiopia

Employment Type: 2 Year Full-Time with Benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision, Time Off)

Overview:

Nuru’s plan to address our partner communities’ preventative health needs is central to our overall, holistic and integrated solutions. The Healthcare Program Specialist will partner with local Ethiopian staff to carry out the design and start-up phase of the healthcare program’s co-created model under the guidance of the Healthcare Program Manager.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Help design the Healthcare Program model for Nuru Ethiopia during the Program Planning Process (PPP)
  • Work with Ethiopian team to build out effective and efficient processes and supervise daily activities
  • Recruit, mentor and train Ethiopian staff as partners in the execution of all program activities
  • Work closely with the Ethiopian staff to meet strategic program milestones, address challenges and maintain successful impact measurement systems
  • Facilitate capacity building and professional development with Ethiopian Healthcare staff
  • Collaborate with the Monitoring and Evaluation Team to design, implement, and refine effective monitoring and evaluation systems for Nuru Ethiopia’s Healthcare Program
  • Maintain strong communication and relationships with the community, Ministry of Health, and other stakeholders at all times
  • Co-create a financially sustainable and scalable budget, monitoring expenses closely, and mentoring local staff on budget management
  • Ensure healthcare programs are truly sustainable, scalable, and create impact
  • Maintain thorough documentation of programmatic decisions and achievements
  • Maintain clear and consistent communication channel with the Nuru International Healthcare Program Strategic Advisor
  • Translate Nuru’s development philosophy and methodology to operations on the ground

Required Skills and Attributes:

  • Master in Public Health or related field preferred. Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences, Health Education or Social Work with equivalent experience required
  • At least 1 – 2 years of experience managing healthcare programs in resource poor communities
  • Community development experience including some experience creating systems and facilitating capacity building
  • Significant prior experience living and working in a resource poor country required, preferably in an African context. Ideal candidate would be familiar with Ethiopia and Amharic, not a requirement
  • Experience with behavior change communication programs preferred
  • Solid quantitative skills, experience with Excel and budgeting skills
  • Strong work ethic and commitment to organization’s mission
  • Advanced leadership, interpersonal communication, management and team building experience
  • Effective crisis management and rapid, innovative problem solving skills in uncertain environments

Nuru International is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


How to apply:

www.nuruinternational.org/careers

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Haiti: Country Director, Haiti (219617-927) (source: Relief Web)

Eldis Job - Fri, 2015-03-27 20:26
Organization: Mercy Corps
Country: Haiti
Closing date: 27 May 2015

PROGRAM/DEPARTMENT SUMMARY:

Five years after the earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12, 2010, Mercy Corps' Haiti program is in a focused development phase. After the initial boom of emergency funding, the country program gradually downsized and stabilized due to limited availability of development funding. Currently Mercy Corps Haiti has a main office in Port-au-Prince and two field offices and a total of 45 team members. The country strategy is to promote resilience and sustainable livelihoods on target communities though breaking the poverty cycle and environmental degradation, increase nutrition and food security in rural areas, and increase economic opportunities for women and youth. There are currently two main programs, Economic and Market Development, and Rural Resilience and other opportunities on the horizon.

GENERAL POSITION SUMMARY:

The Country Director will focus on the start-up of the new grants currently pending, as well as seek to expand programming through other new initiatives within the country strategic plan to expand Mercy Corps' presence in Haiti. S/he is responsible for developing the overall strategic direction for programming in cooperation with Mercy Corps' senior management team. S/he will support the development and implementation of systems, policies and procedures for Mercy Corps' operations in Haiti. The Country Director is the top management position for Mercy Corps in Haiti with supervisory and managerial responsibility over designated in-country personnel and programs. Working closely with the Regional Program Director, the Country Director ensures that country program operations are of the highest quality and standards and supportive of Mercy Corps' global and regional strategies. S/he is accountable to beneficiaries and donors and places a high value on innovative solutions to development issues & creative partnerships in tough environments. S/He is an inspirational manager committed to advancing the organization's strategy and empowering its senior leaders.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Strategy and Vision

  • Formulate and plan, in consultation with key stakeholders, a clear vision of present and future program goals and strategies which can be clearly communicated to team members, local beneficiaries, international partners, governmental counterparts, and donors.
  • Set direction by prioritizing and organizing actions and resources to achieve program and agency objectives.
  • Explore, evaluate and present new country and project funding opportunities that leverage impact and integrate initiatives and activities; support and direct related fund-raising activities with both institutional and private donors.

Team Management

  • Develop and maintain an excellent human resource plan consistent with Mercy Corps policies, including current position descriptions for all positions, personnel orientation and professional development plans, personnel evaluation system, field personnel policy manual, and personnel grievance procedure system.
  • Institute a disciplined culture of performance management and regular feedback between supervisors and their direct reports.
  • Recruit, manage and motivate, and onboard an informed, skilled and efficient team with an emphasis on excellence and achievement; encourage a team culture of learning, creativity and innovation, incorporating staff development strategies and performance management systems into the team building process.
  • Establish leadership and personal credibility with the Mercy Corps team, and implement and create an organizational culture of accountability, responsibility and quality of services.

Program Impact, Monitoring and Evaluation and Learning

  • Oversee program quality and impact by ensuring programs are based on sound design principles and utilize Mercy Corps and donor required M&E systems.
  • Gather evidence of program impact through robust agency standard procedures for data gathering, reporting, and evaluating program outputs and outcomes
  • Lead country team to strive for impact at country and regional level leading to sustained change based on solid systems and incorporation of learning into programs.
  • Fulfill Mercy Corps Program Management Minimum Standards based on the organization-wide guide;
  • Establish mechanisms to link reporting, monitoring and advocacy for internal and external purposes supporting regional or agency wide thought leadership efforts
  • Ensure all interventions adhere to Mercy Corps' Gender Policy, Do No Harm principles, and beneficiary accountability standards;

Representation & Influence

  • Represent Mercy Corps programs with national and international media and participate in community activities as appropriate.
  • Maintain productive relationships with internal and external constituents such as private partners, local governments, foundations, the private sector, etc.
  • Anticipate needs, understand donor pool and contribute to shaping donor's views on humanitarian and development strategies.
  • Explore, evaluate and present innovative funding opportunities that support the objectives for the country as a whole.

Program Operations and Compliance

  • Coordinate overall country budget; manage budget within approved spending levels and establish an annual cash flow plan to ensure a steady and adequate supply of funds for program activities.
  • Build and maintain operational structures that ensure proper segregation of duties between finance, administration and logistics and fully support field programs.
  • Build and maintain an environment of collaboration among program, finance, operations and human resource team members resulting in optimal support for program activities.
  • Ensure program implementation is on time, target and budget, using effective M&E systems to reach desired impacts.
  • Create and maintain systems ensuring effective and transparent use of financial resources for timely and informative reporting in line with donor and Mercy Corps policies and procedures.

Accountability:

  • Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts towards accountability, specifically to our beneficiaries and to international standards guiding international relief and development work while actively engaging beneficiary communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects.

Organizational Learning:

  • As part of Mercy Corps' agency-wide Organizational Learning Initiative, all team members are responsible for spending 5% of their work time in formal and/or non-formal professional learning activities.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY: All international and national staff in Haiti

ACCOUNTABILITY:

REPORTS DIRECTLY TO: Regional Program Director,

WORKS DIRECTLY WITH: HQ-based Regional Program Team, Operations, Finance and Technical Support Unit,

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE:

  • BA/S or equivalent in social science, management, international development and MA preferred
  • 7-10 years' experience in international relief and development with multi-sector programming, including livelihoods, economic development, natural resource management and agricultural development.
  • 5-7 years' experience in staff team-building, NGO capacity building and financial management.
  • Experience with protocols of one or more of the following: USAID, UN, EU, private donors and foundations.
  • Experience working internationally in the following: advocacy, training/facilitation, coalition/network building, NGO development, good governance, peace-building, and/or cross-sectoral relationship building.
  • History of working effectively and respectfully with host country government, private sector, INGO and NGO partners in complex environments.
  • Strong French language skills necessary. English required. Haitian Creole a plus.
  • Excellent writing skills and experience with proposal development processes.

SUCCESS FACTORS:

The successful Haiti CD will confidently represent programmatic priorities of the agency to donors and partners in the country while providing effective leadership to the Mercy Corps program team. S/he will have high emotional intelligence, constructive mentoring skills and proven experience with capacity building while being committed to long-term program sustainability and the delivery of high-impact activities at the community level. Understanding and adhering to field security management practices, as well as cultural, political and religious considerations are essential. Successful Mercy Corps staff members have a strong commitment to teamwork and accountability, thrive in evolving and challenging environments and make effective written and verbal communication a priority in all situations. Mercy Corps expects all its Country Directors to adhere to the 'Cornerstones of Leadership'.

LIVING CONDITIONS/ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:

This position is an accompanied position based in the capital city of Port au Prince. It will require willingness to regularly travel to local communities and travel outside of Port au Prince where living conditions will be more austere. Current team members have regular access to electricity, water and internet. Security in Port au Prince is unpredictable and sections of the city are often inaccessible, access to recreational opportunities and restaurants and markets is available. Mercy Corps Team members represent the agency both during and outside of work hours when deployed in a field posting or on a visit/TDY to a field posting. Team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner and respect local laws, customs and MC's policies, procedures, and values at all times and in all in-country venues.


How to apply:

Please follow this link to apply: http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=c3BoaW5penkuNzkxMTYuMzgzMEBtZXJjeWNvcnBzLmFwbGl0cmFrLmNvbQ

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