Nov 17, 2017

Jordan: Finance, HR and Admin Coordinator

NGO/UN Job Vacancy

Organization: Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe
Country: Jordan
Closing date: 03 Dec 2017

Job Title Finance, HR and Admin Coordinator – Middle East

Organisation Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe e.V. / Johanniter International Assistance

Organisation Description
Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe e.V. ( is a German Christian non-governmental organisation, dedicated to excellence in the field of first aid, ambulance service, social service programmes and other projects in the medical and social field. The Federal Headquarters are based in Berlin, Germany. Johanniter International Assistance is the operational unit for
humanitarian aid, development co-operation and emergency relief, imple-menting and supporting mostly health projects worldwide.

Job Location Amman, Jordan – with frequent travel to project sites

Closing Date Application 03 December, 2017
Estimated Date of Interviews 07 December, 2017

Project Description
Johanniter started their activities in Jordan, Lebanon and Syria in 2012, providing emergency aid to Syrian refugees and the affected local population. All support measures are implemented through local partner
organisations. According to the Johanniter core competencies, these measures focus on public health, the provision of emergency aid and services in the fields of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, but also include education and livelihood. Further activities have comprised the distribution of aid goods and cash assistance, as well as the rehabilitation of shelters, and services in the fields of water, sanitation and
hygiene. Currently, the Johanniter are operating a Country Office in Amman, which monitors projects in
Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, and the Palestinian Territories.

Job Responsibilities and Accountabilities

Overall Job purpose:
Coordination of all financial and HR administrative processes of Johanniter’s Country Office in Amman as well as of all project activities implemented in the Middle East in close collaboration with the Country Direc-tor.

Reporting lines
Reporting to: Country Director Middle East (direct supervisor)
Regional Head of Desk in Berlin headquarters (second line supervisor)
Supervising: National Finance Administrator and partners
Receives technical advice from: Head of Desk Finance, Berlin headquarters
Gives technical advice to: National staff
Standing in for: National Finance & Administration Manager
Replaced by: Country Director Middle East, Finance Manager



  • Assure Johanniter’s financial procedures are in compliance with government and donor financial
    obligatory law and regulations
  • Filing documents, allocation of expenditures, vouchers registration, balance checking
  • Monthly field accounts and timely preparation of financial reports for donors and headquarters (BVAs, monthly closing, bank transfers, cash requests, travel claims) in compliance with donor and Johanniter procedures
  • Management of bank accounts, money transfers and maintain good cash flow in compliance with guidelines of donors and Johanniter
  • Supervision of payment orders and improvement of payment procedures
  • Organising and coordination of internal or external audits and ensure relevant recommendations from audits are being implemented
  • Taking measures for cost controlling in consultation with the Country Director
  • Report immediately if any irregularity (fraud, cheating, etc.) noticed
  • Undertake partner capacity assessment including regular visits to project sites/partners and train
    partners to increase their competence in preparation of financial reports, donor financial reports in
    line with various reporting requirements and guidelines

Budget Management:

  • Prepare overhead and project budgets, budget revisions and extensions in compliance with financial guidelines of donors and Johanniter
  • Monitor budgets, give relevant advice concerning financial matters and inform Country Director, and HQ desk officer regularly on financial status
  • Verify and support partner organisations with financial reporting


  • Cross-check/control logistics and supply demands and documents are compliant with Johanniter’s procurement procedures, government obligatory regulations and donor guidelines. Assure all
    supporting documents are available.
  • Procurement: management of procurement processes and adherence to Johanniter and donor rules and regulations; management of emergency stocks; inspection of quality of received goods;
    provision of list/database of pre-approved suppliers
  • Shipping (Supply Chain): organize exemption letters, assure tracking of procurement and post-delivery inspection; provide waybills, assure sending of items to / receiving from field
  • Storage/Warehousing: check quality and reinforce stock management systems, procedures &
    routines controls and reporting on diesel consumption for generators, vehicles, motorbikes; stock management of drugs and other supplies.
  • Fleet management/transport: management of vehicle use and servicing; provide incident/accident reports, assess vehicle documents & roadworthiness of cars; train drivers
  • Maintenance: maintain vehicle, generator and residences / field offices
  • Equipment: monitor and regularly inspect asset/inventory register; ensure asset repair; train staff on use of assets/equipment
  • Communication: monitor internet provision; explore needs and costs of security communication; IT
  • Manage team accommodation


  • Coordinate the planning, recruitment, selection, briefing/debriefing and well-being of all national staff including related administrative processes
  • Draft contractual HR engagements after consultation with a local solicitor and the Country Director
  • Ensure timely and correct payment of national staff according to national labour law and Johanniter guidelines, including timely payment of Staff Social Security, income tax or other taxes as required by labour law.
  • Maintain systematic HR databases and filing systems (incl. staff lists, leave register, etc).
  • Trace execution of performance appraisals of all national staff
  • Set-up up and implement a systematic system for learning and development for national staff
  • Coordination of disciplinary procedures ensuring legal compliance and clear documentation
  • Ensure implementation and maintenance of a transparent and fair compensation package for
    nationals staff
  • Supervise and train the team of Admin and Finance Assistants and support staff (periodic staff
    appraisals, regular meetings, capacity building etc)
  • Provide HR guidance and consultative support to the Country Director.
  • Ensure compliance with and follow-up changes of rules and regulations in national law for the
    employment of national staff and up-date Johanniter National Staff Guideline in line with Jordan and Johanniter regulations and CHS recommendations
  • Follow-up on visa and work-permits for expats
  • Coordinate planning of annual leave and R&R of expats and national staff


  • Draft and follow-up any contractual engagement (rental, vehicles, MoUs, Registration, etc) in consul-tation with the CD
  • Set-up and maintain a systematic hard and soft copy filing system for all administrative matters


  • Assist the Country Director in security management
  • Represent Johanniter in relevant forums and networks
  • Regularly coordinate all above mentioned aspects with the Country Director and the Desk Officer and Controller in Berlin
  • Support Country Director in all other tasks.

Person Specification

University Degree in Business Administration / Accountancy or equivalent degree OR relevant work experi-ence in similar position


  • At least 3 years of experience in accounting, financial management, and HR procedures in the field of humanitarian aid / development cooperation
  • Experience in working with public donors
  • Ability to write reports and procedure manuals
  • Working experience in the Middle East is a plus


  • Financial Management
  • Proficient user of accountancy and financial software
  • Excellent reporting and computer skills
  • Fluency in English and French with excellent verbal and written communication skills;
  • Knowledge of German is a plus
  • HR management skills
  • Cultural sensitivity and team competence
  • Sense of delegation and commitment to local capacity building

Terms and Conditions

Start date: asap

Contract duration: definite contract for 1 year (with possible extension)

Remuneration: Between 39.720 € and 41.808 € annual gross salary (according to Johanniter AVR-J internal tariff and depending on relevant previous working expe-rience).

Benefits: - annual special payment (13th month salary)

  • social security provisions (lump sum 375€ per month) (for expats not falling under social security)
    • international insurance package
    • 29 days annual paid leave;
    • yearly home flight (for contracts > 1 year)
  • Per diems (for international postings) for days in project country (currently 38€ per day)

Please note that this position is unaccompanied.

How to apply:

Contact and application
Applications for this position (including a cover letter, CV, reference contacts of three former supervisors as well as job certificates in case available) should be sent to: Please indicate “Finance and HR Coordinator – Middle East” in the subject line of email and mention your earliest date of availability. Closing date for applications: 03 Decembe, 2017. Interviews are scheduled for 07 December 2017.

Please be advised, that due to the urgency of the situation, we might start short-listing even before the end of the deadline. Only short-listed candidates will be notified.

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Uganda: Senior Grants and Budget Officer

NGO/UN Job Vacancy

Organization: International Rescue Committee
Country: Uganda
Closing date: 28 Nov 2017

Proposal Development

  • Under the supervision of Grants Manager, the Senior Grants and Budget Officer will assist with new budget preparations, including consolidating program inputs and linking to donor format.
  • Under the guidance of Grants Manager, conduct a thorough preparation of new budgets and existing grant budget revisions ensuring that all costs are covered and are not under/over budgeted in addition to correct use of the IRC and donor budget formats.
  • Calculate and insert the correct Shared Program Cost Allocation for all new grants budgets.

Grant and Budget Management

  • Assist with preparing the monthly Budget Versus Actual (BVA) reports and distribute on time.
  • Review the budget spending and advice relevant staff on spending status and ask for feedback on all over/under spending.
  • Assist to prepare and update spending plan for all active grants in conjunction with the appropriate budget holders on a monthly basis.
  • Participate in the monthly BvA meetings and present the spending status. Be responsible to follow the action points based on the comments from the meeting.
  • Provide support and feedback to Operations and Program managers for all questions regarding the BVAs.
  • In compliance with donor requirements propose and complete timely adjustment journal entries (AJE) required for all BVAs and financial reports.
  • Attend and provide support in all grant opening, review and closing meetings.
  • Prepare new approved budget line coding (T2 codes) for each new grant and update in SUN system.
  • Upload budgets to SUN system.
  • Update staff salary mapping, follow up on SPCA table update and propose to FC for review and further approval
  • Preparation of monthly salary allocation worksheet and send to all country office staff.
  • Advise on budget charge codes to operations and program staff for raising PRs.


  • Assist in preparations of donor financial reports for review by Grants Manager.
  • Make sure the reports are in compliance to donor reporting formats and timely submitted as per contractual requirements.

Country Office Fiscal Year + Operating Budget

  • Support in preparations of the Fiscal year Budget and Operating Budget following the IRC standard format to meet the required deadlines.
  • Assist to regularly update of the Fiscal year budget that will serve as a guide for all new donor proposals as well help in times of rapid growth, decline of program to inform timely management decisions.
  • Provide recommendations for funding shortfall or coverage for each component of the fiscal year budget.

Sub-grant Management

  • Provide guidance from finance perspective for sub grant management as per IRC policy and donor requirement.
  • Assist Grants Manager in tracking and monitoring of sub grantees and provide training where required.
  • Assist in the review of new sub grant budgets and agreements when needed
  • Review the sub grant reports in terms of IRC/donor compliance and burn rates and advice FC for necessary action and follow up.
  • Make sure the Pre-award assessment is done before the grant is made to sub-grantee. Coordinate with Grants Manager on the pre-award processes.

Training & Capacity Building

  • Assist in providing training and support for the country office program and operational staff on proposal budgets, revisions and pipeline and spending plan reports.
  • Provide input to Grants Manager in identifying training needs in the area of Budgeting and Grant management for non-finance staff.
  • Lead refresher training programs for Field and Program Coordinators, Program Managers to ensure staff are aware of their roles and responsibilities in the area of budgeting and grant management and are updated with new procedures, IRC global initiatives, etc.

How to apply:

Send CV and cover letter clearly indicating the position applied for as the subject to: (The Human Resource and Administration department, International Rescue Committee) Deadline**: COB November 28, 2017**. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Whilst all applications will be assessed strictly on their individual merits, qualified women are especially encouraged to apply. IRC is an equal opportunity Employer.

Lebanon: Consultant for evaluation of Lebanese Red Cross Mobile Medical Units, Lebanon

NGO/UN Job Vacancy

Organization: Norwegian Red Cross
Country: Lebanon
Closing date: 24 Nov 2017

The Norwegian Red Cross (NorCross) seeks to evaluate the impact, effectiveness and quality of the Mobile Medical Unit (MMU) project implemented by the Lebanese Red Cross (LRC) in the period from 2013-2017 to identify key lessons and receive recommendations to strengthen ongoing and future MMU program activities. This evaluation also intends to provide further input to the ongoing LRC Medico Social Department (MSD) strategy development process to be finalized in the first quarter of 2018. Main contact: Norwegian Red Cross, Lebanon Country Office

Assignment period: 34 work days


Joanna Radziukiewicz, Country Manager Lebanon

Tel: + 961 79301192 , E-mail: joanna.radziukiewicz@redcross.noApplication deadline: November 24, 2017

How to apply:

Uganda: HR/Admin Officer

NGO/UN Job Vacancy

Organization: International Rescue Committee
Country: Uganda
Closing date: 28 Nov 2017

Recruitment and orientation

  • Under the guidance of the HR/Admin Manager, participate in recruitment process for local recruitments as required and ensure HR recruitment policies and procedures are consistently followed.

  • In coordination with the HR/Admin Manager and the Field Manager, facilitate the integration/transition processes to assure new and transferred staff to Karamoja received required information for their integration.

  • Coordinate the onboarding of all new staff and provide receive IRC Way orientation and related documentation.

    Compensation and Benefits

  • Assist in responding to employee inquiries regarding salary and benefit.

  • Act as focal point to receive staff concerns about their compensation and benefits and provide timely feedback to HR/Admin Manager about staff all staff concerns related to their compensation and benefits.

Employee Relations:

  • Facilitate and provide guidance for resolving minor employee relations issues in the field office.

  • Provide feedback to the HR/Admin Manager with information of any employee relation issues occurring in the field.

  • Facilitate relationships between labor/social services and IRC staff.


  • Coordinate the process of staff providing timesheets on time and send to the Kampala Office.

  • Track and monitor staff are taking their leave in accordance to IRC regulations.

  • Communicate any staff welfare concerns to HR/Admin Manager and Field Manager on a timely basis.

  • Monitor offices are cleaned on a regular basis.

  • Track and Monitor office supplies on a regular basis.

  • Provide staff tea and water to staff during office hours.


  • Submit regularly as required, information to HR/Admin Manager for HR Metrics preparation.

  • Submit regularly payroll information to the HR/Admin Manager on a monthly basis as required.

  • Update and submit regularly staff leave tracking.

  • Submit weekly and monthly recruitment reports.

  • Maintain proper records for all correspondences.

  • Coordinate and monitor shared activities between HR, Administration and Supply Chain in Karamoja Field office.

  • Maintain proper records for all correspondences.

  • Maintain compliance of administrative policies and procedures with IRC standards and local law in Karamoja field office.

  • Perform other relevant duties as assigned (of a similar nature or related and in the interest of the organization)

How to apply:

Send CV and cover letter clearly indicating the position applied for as the subject to: (The Human Resource and Administration department, International Rescue Committee) Deadline**: COB November 28, 2017**. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Whilst all applications will be assessed strictly on their individual merits, qualified women are especially encouraged to apply. IRC is an equal opportunity Employer.

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: CaLP Communications Manager (The Cash Learning Partnership)

NGO/UN Job Vacancy

Organization: Oxfam GB
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Closing date: 15 Dec 2017


Oxfam is a global movement of people who won’t live with the injustice of poverty. Together we save and rebuild lives in disasters. We help people build better lives for themselves. We speak out on the big issues that keep people poor, like inequality, discrimination against women and climate change. And we won’t stop until every person on the planet can live without poverty.

our values

All our work is led by three core values:

Empowerment. Everyone, from our staff and supporters to people living in poverty, should feel they can make change happen.

Accountability. We take responsibility for our actions and hold ourselves accountable. We believe that others should also be held accountable for their actions.

Inclusiveness. We are open to everyone and embrace diversity. We believe everyone has a contribution to make, regardless of visible and invisible differences.


The Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP) is the global partnership for cash transfer programming in humanitarian aid. We are a catalyst for change, accelerating change in the scale and quality of cash transfer programming. We enable the collaboration necessary to develop practical solutions to collective problems in the sector. Since our founding in 2005, CaLP has been at the forefront of promoting and improving cash transfer programming across the humanitarian sector. We have recently refreshed our global strategy and are at an exciting moment, poised to help humanitarian agencies deliver on their major commitments on cash.

CaLP currently has >60 members, united by their commitment to our shared mission. They deliver the majority of cash transfer programming in humanitarian aid worldwide. Our members include UN agencies, donors, international NGOs, local NGOs and private sector organisations.

A small secretariat supports our members to work together. CaLP is based in the UK and currently has regional offices in West Africa, East Africa, the US and Geneva. We expect to open a regional office in the Middle East as soon as possible.

Job Purpose

  • The CaLP Communications Manager provides technical leadership and expertise in all of CaLP’s communications work.

  • CaLP generates a large amount of material and engages with stakeholders across the humanitarian sector, including its members. High quality, strategic communication is a crucial element of our ambitious strategy to shape the cash agenda worldwide. It needs creativity, energy and vision to realise the immense potential in front of us.

  • The role involves working closely with staff from across CaLP global and regional teams.

Core Details


Oxfam House, Oxford, United Kingdom

Our package:


£30,375 - £39,380 gross per annum, depending on experience.


Contract Type

One year, fixed term (extendable).

Hours of work

This is a full-time role. However, Oxfam offers various flexible arrangements which candidates can discuss with the Recruiting Manager at interview stage

This role reports to:

CaLP Policy Coordinator

Staff reporting to this post:

Administrative post, plus possible consultants and interns

Annual budget for the post:

CaLP Global Communications Budget (estimated up to 50,000 GBP)

skills, experience and knowledge


  • Excellent communication skills, ability to articulate complex and sometimes competing ideas and experiences in a straightforward, interesting and motivating way.

  • Substantial experience of working in an external communication role, and extensive experience developing and implementing media and communications strategies.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English.

  • Understand key legal aspects of social media and communication management and content creation (e.g. donor regulations, copyright, privacy and consents, etc.).

  • Experience at producing various types of written communication, particularly press releases, campaign plans, case studies, amongst others.

  • Experience producing and disseminating digital communications products, including photographs and videos.

  • Experience designing and managing social media approaches.

  • Excellent interpersonal skills, together with the ability to remain calm under pressure and not lose sight of strategic priorities.

  • Good project management, people management and time management skills.

  • Evidence of sound judgement and proven proactive decision making, working with significant levels of autonomy.

  • Ability to work both in a team and independently.

  • Good influencing and negotiating skills, and an ability to lead and develop others.


  • Knowledge of key issues around cash transfer programming and humanitarian aid.

  • Written and verbal communication skills in additional language e.g. French, Spanish or Arabic.

  • Use of design software.

  • Experience in creating graphics and infographics.

  • Website design and management.

  • Brand management experience.

    At Oxfam our job descriptions provide a guide to what might be expected in the role. Along with our strategy the job description is used to help to shape specific objectives for employees. Employees are supported to deliver these objectives and they are annually assessed against them as part of the Oxfam performance review process. This job description is not incorporated into the employment contract.

    Applications must be submitted through our online system. For further information about the role and to apply please go to:

How to apply:

Applications must be submitted through our online system. For further information about the role and to apply please go to:

Malawi: Malawi Program Country Director

NGO/UN Job Vacancy

Organization: Dignitas International
Country: Malawi
Closing date: 05 Dec 2017

Location: Zomba, Malawi
Type of contract: Full-time two-year contract with possibility of renewal
Anticipated start date: February 1, 2018
Salary and benefits: Salary commensurate with skills and experience, with a generous housing, travel, and health benefits package.


At Dignitas International, we believe in the inherent dignity of every human being and that the right to health belongs to everyone. We work on the frontlines to deliver medical care, conduct high-impact research to strengthen health systems, and use our experience and evidence to advocate for equitable national and global health policy. Dignitas is a registered charity in both Canada and the United States with its headquarters in Toronto, Canada. For more information, please go to our website

Dignitas Malawi

Dignitas launched in Zomba, Malawi in 2004 in response to the HIV and AIDS emergency in southern Africa. Our work has evolved over the last twelve years to focus on the specific needs of underserved groups: women, mothers and newborns, adolescents, prisoners, and health workers. We have supported the Ministry of Health in Malawi to develop, implement and evaluate integrated care and treatment models for HIV, tuberculosis and non-communicable diseases (NCDs) including hypertension, diabetes and cervical cancer.

A PEPFAR implementing partner since 2010, today Dignitas is an integral part of the Malawian national response to the HIV epidemic. In addition to our work in HIV and AIDS, Dignitas implements a broad range of other medical programming, research, and knowledge translation activities across the south east zone of Malawi, and nationally. With offices based in Zomba, an $8M annual operating budget and a team of some 400 staff, Dignitas is a significant actor in the national effort to achieve the 90-90-90 goals.

The Charge

We are looking for a leader for our 300-person team based in Zomba, Malawi, someone who can develop a strong vision for Dignitas’ integrated medical, research and knowledge translation programs across the south-east zone. We’re seeking the person who can introduce us to new partners, and strengthen relationships with existing ones – the person who can serve as Dignitas’ biggest advocate in the country.

Develop the plan and the strategy. Develop a shared blueprint to implement Dignitas’ programs in Malawi and plan for future growth. Deliver on targets and create impact.

Lead the team. Provide leadership to our team of doctors, nurses, medical professionals, community workers, scientists, epidemiologists and operations staff. Using a collaborative management approach, make this team hum. Ensure team members to valued and enable them to learn, grow, and thrive in their place of work. Train and guide staff to build their technical knowledge and operations management skills.

Ensure excellence. Dignitas has built a strong reputation for quality programs that integrate medical care, research and knowledge translation. Uphold that reputation through implementation of best practice and the highest quality in medical programming.

Represent & Advocate. Build and maintain strong relationships with partners, government agencies, and donors, such as USAID, UKAID, and Global Affairs Canada. Represent Dignitas at a national level in Malawi, ensuring our knowledge and expertise is at the table in both technical and political for a. Raise Dignitas’ visibility at conferences and meetings and identify opportunities to showcase our work.

Develop new programs. Work with technical and business development staff to identify, track and coordinate responses to funding opportunities. Help develop corporate partnerships and other new opportunities for revenue.

Provide senior leadership within Dignitas: Bring your experience and skills to Dignitas as an institution to help us find solutions to the next wave of global health challenges.


Your qualities, experience, and skills will enable you to excel at this role. You …

Have Educational Credentials. MPH, MBA, MD, MSc or equivalent degree in global health, development, business or international relations.

Bring expertise. You have at least eight years’ experience managing people, budgets and public health programs, including at least three years leading or as a deputy lead of a medium to large country program in Africa. You have at least five years’ experience in health system strengthening and solid knowledge of HIV/AIDS.

Seasoned fundraiser. You have experience identifying new business opportunities for health and securing funds from donors like USAID, DfID, AusAid, UN, and The Global Fund.

Donor experience. You have experience managing large USAID-funded global health projects.

Collaborative leader. You are able to inspire a shared vision for the staff. You are able to operationalize that vision, turning ideas and plans into action and results. You have the ability to bring your ideas and vision to shape the future direction of Dignitas as an institution.

A connector. You have experience working with Ministries of Health, health care facilities, and global health donors. You are able to identify new donors and partners for programs. You are able to spot trends and keep the Dignitas global headquarters informed about health trends and opportunities in Malawi.

For full copy of job description, please go to:

How to apply:

Please forward in full a curriculum vitae and cover letter to with ‘**Malawi Country Directo**r’ in the subject line.

Closing date is Tuesday December 5, 2017 at 5 pm EST.**

Dignitas sincerely thanks all those who apply, however only those considered for an interview will be contacted. Applications will be short-listed on a regular basis and the position may be filled prior to the closing date.

Website Content Manager (2 positions, Home-based)

NGO/UN Job Vacancy

Organization: Development Education and Advocacy Resource for Africa Initiative
Closing date: 31 Jan 2018

We seek a qualified Content Manager to join our team. You will work remotely / home-based and be responsible for creating, editing, improving and maintaining high quality content on DEAR Africa’s website to achieve our organizational goal. Your commitment will be 2 hours per week.

The role will also be responsible for building the capacity of staff to be able to produce high quality digital contents including information required for newsletters, blogs and training advertorial for online publication. You will produce multimedia content for digital marketing and championing the brand across the organisation’s external communication and New Media channels.

Your duties will also include sharing content to raise DEAR Africa’s brand awareness and monitoring web traffic and metrics to identify best practices.

Our ideal candidate is an experienced professional with creative writing skills. As a Content manager, you should perform well under deadlines and be detail-oriented.

We are seeking individuals who are willing to contribute to the growth of our organization in kind by donating their time and wealth of knowledge / skills in Content Management.


· Work experience as a Content manager is desirable (but not compulsory)

· Hands on experience with MS Office Suit and WordPress

· Basic technical knowledge of HTML and web publishing

· Knowledge of SEO and web traffic metrics

· Familiarity with social media

· Excellent writing skills in English (Additional skills in French /

Spanish will be an advantage)

· Attention to detail

· Good organizational and time-management skills

DEAR Africa is a small but growing NGO based in Nigeria. We are looking to welcome candidates who have a passion to help upcoming NGOs / small charities grow. As you may observe from our current website, we have little experience about how to managing content. There are so many activities implemented by DEAR Africa but our little knowledge about content management limits us from publishing this. So, can you help by supporting us with this skill and knowledge.

How to apply:

If this is a service you are pleased with rendering as in-kind support / donation to DEAR Africa, please send us an Expression of Interest email with a resume/ CV as applicable to: COPY We are open to accepting expressions of interest on a rolling basis until position is filled.


NGO/UN Job Vacancy

Organization: International Committee of the Red Cross
Country: Somalia
Closing date: 01 Dec 2017




In close liaison with the Detention doctor, the Health Officer monitors and implements Health Projects in detention.

The Health Officer (Detention Facilities) is a National /Resident position.

Your Responsibilities

  • Assists the detention doctor in analysing the function of the prison health system, identifying the needs and possible solutions with the contextual background;

  • Collects and translates the necessary data, relevant documents in relation to health assessment in the places of detention;

  • Liaises with the responsible authorities in places of detention while advocating for detainees access to health care within the prison facilities and referrals to the external healthcare facilities within the area;

  • Contributes to the development of specific tools for the monitoring of health in detention programs and activities as required;

  • Contributes statistical analysis of data, information and documents collected from the Ministry of Health, Prison authorities and other governmental and nongovernmental organizations;

  • Maintains contacts with relevant interlocutors including health/ prison authorities and staff at various levels;

  • Participates in needs assessment of health structures, contributes to the analysis of the prisons, as required;

  • Assists in staff developmental programmes;

Your Profile

  • Degree in Medicine or Bachelor of Nursing qualification;

  • Minimum of 4 years’ experience in Outpatient Department (OPD) and Primary Health Care (PHC) with a strong focus on implementation of Health Programs in new areas:

  • Significant knowledge of public health assessment methodologies, including design, implementation, analysis and reporting;

  • Excellent interpersonal, analytical and negotiation skills;

  • Fluency in written and spoken Somali;

  • Willingness to travel extensively in Somalia;

  • Very good knowledge of political, social and cultural affairs of the assigned environment;

  • Knowledge of MS Office Suite;

We Offer

  • A dynamic and challenging work environment in the humanitarian environment;

  • Training and development opportunities;

  • A monthly gross salary of USD 1,452 plus secondary benefits based on the ICRC Somalia Compensation and Benefits framework.

How to apply:

Apply by sending your cover letter and CV addressed to the Human Resources Manager, ICRC Somalia Delegation, on the email address Your cover letter must state your current salary. The closing date is 1st December 2017. Please indicate the position title in the subject line of your email message.


Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted and canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification. Any enquiries about the position should be addressed to