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UNICEF-Kyrgyzstan Country Programme Document 2018-2022 International Consultancy

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Organization: UN Children's Fund
Closing date: 12 Jan 2017

If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you.

For 70 years, UNICEF has been working on the ground in 190 countries and territories to promote children's survival, protection and development. The world's largest provider of vaccines for developing countries, UNICEF supports child health and nutrition, good water and sanitation, quality basic education for all boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and AIDS. UNICEF is funded entirely by the voluntary contributions of individuals, businesses, foundations and governments.

Purpose of the Assignment

To assist the Country Office for preparing a high quality Country Programme Document (CPD) 2018-2022 and, consequently, Country Programme Management Plan (CPMP) for the respective period. CPD 2018-2022 will be submitted for the approval of the Executive Board in September 2017, and CPMP 2018-2022 will be submitted for the approval of the Regional Programme Budgetary Review Committee in October 2017.

Assignment Tasks

Under general supervision of the Representative, in consultations with the Representative, the Contractor is expected to support the finalisation of a quality CPD 2018-2022 by end February 2017, and to assist the CO to make a flawless submission of CPMP to the regional office by end August 2017.

The consultant will work very closely with senior management of UNICEF Kyrgyzstan Country Office following a roadmap provided by the CO. The office will share all the relevant documents to be reviewed by the consultant and will have constant email and skype interaction for further clarity on the work and the supporting documents.

A few conference calls are planned with the consultant for discussing the overall strategic directions of the CPD, finalizing Strategy Notes and Results Framework, if and where necessary, and presenting the final product in a nutshell through a presentation.

In-person consultation is planned in March 2017, when the consultant visit the CO to conduct one day workshop with key staff members to identify the required skills sets for the new CP implementation, and support the CO management to draft the new office structure in the direct discussion.

Consequently, in consultations with the Representative, Deputy Representative, and Operations Manager, the Consultant is expected to review and edit the draft CPMP prepared by the CO, and support its finalisation by summer 2017.

Expected Deliverables

  • Finalized CPD 2018-2022
  • Finalized CPMP 2018-2022

Qualifications of Successful Candidate

Education

Master degree in Social Science or equivalent

Years of relevant experience

15 years of experience in managing development programmes. At least 10 years in senior management capacity, preferably in a mix of RO or HQ-based and country-based positions. Documented experience in change management, and as head of office.

Competencies of Successful Candidate

  • Special skills: Solid experience with UNICEF policy and procedure an asset, preferably in a mix of programme and operations functions. Institutional knowledge of the UN and UNICEF systems and processes;
  • Competencies: Very good analytical skills in relation to development challenges and relevant transformation processes; very competent in conceptualizing complex management challenges; excellent writing skills

To view our competency framework, please click here.

Please indicate your ability, availability and daily/monthly rate (in US$) to undertake the terms of reference above (including travel and daily subsistence allowance, if applicable). Applications submitted without a daily/monthly rate will not be considered.

UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organisation.


How to apply:

UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://ift.tt/2hAJhju


Kyrgyzstan: UNICEF-Kyrgyzstan MICS National Consultant (Only for Kyrgyz Nationals)

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Organization: UN Children's Fund
Country: Kyrgyzstan
Closing date: 12 Jan 2017

If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you.

For 70 years, UNICEF has been working on the ground in 190 countries and territories to promote children's survival, protection and development. The world's largest provider of vaccines for developing countries, UNICEF supports child health and nutrition, good water and sanitation, quality basic education for all boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and AIDS. UNICEF is funded entirely by the voluntary contributions of individuals, businesses, foundations and governments.

Purpose of the Assignment

Under the overall supervision of the Monitoring and Evaluation Programme Officer the UNICEF MICS Consultant (UMC) will support and provide guidance to UNICEF Kyrgyzstan Country Office and National Statistical Committee (NSC) for the preparation of the MICS survey in Kyrgyzstan. The UMC will advise NSC, especially the Survey Coordinator and sampling and data processing experts, during survey planning, questionnaire design, sampling and training of field staff, ensuring that MICS protocols and recommendation are being followed at all times. The UMC will communicate effectively between the UNICEF CO and NSC, responding promptly to MICS related needs and issues as they arise.

The UMC will be responsible for coordinating and supporting the work of other resource persons hired by UNICEF to provide technical assistance to the MICS process. He/she will work in close collaboration with the survey team, the stakeholders, and Steering and Technical Committees and will represent UNICEF in meetings and workshops in relation to the survey as needed.

Assignment Tasks

  • Provide technical and managerial support to the MICS survey;
  • Present the MICS methodology, tools, and guidelines to partners/stakeholders (e.g. ministries, UN Agencies, etc.);
  • Finalize in collaboration with national partners and UNICEF CO, the Survey Plan and Budget, including timetable and share with UNICEF Regional Office (RO);
  • Oversee each stage of the survey process and ensure that the MICS protocols and standards are followed by the NSC;
  • Compile the package of the survey materials (such as Survey Plan, Questionnaires, survey protocols and manuals, etc,) and submit to the State Ethical Committee for an external ethical review.
  • Communicate regularly with the UNICEF CO, RO and/or Headquarters (HQ) responding to all MICS related issues in a timely manner;
  • Provide progress reports on MICS activities to the UNICEF CO on a monthly basis;
  • Coordinate the work of NSC specialists and UNICEF Regional Consultants and other resource persons assigned by the UNICEF CO and/or RO to support different survey preparation stages;
  • Ensure that external technical reviews by experts (i.e. Regional Sampling Consultant, Regional Data Processing Consultant, and Regional Household Survey Consultant) are carried out at key survey stages and coordinate the feedback and response between the CO and NSC;
  • Ensure that all survey related documents and deliverables (questionnaires, manuals, expert reports, final report, datasets, etc.) are properly archived throughout the survey process;
  • Participate in all MICS Steering and Technical Committee meetings;
  • Participate in, and contribute to, MICS Regional Workshops;
  • Ensure that lessons learned, problems, and good practices are documented throughout the MICS process and rapidly shared with the MICS community (other MICS implementing countries, RO, and HQ) through all means available.

Expected Deliverables

Desk review of MICS methodological materials

MICS Survey Design WS is attended and Work Plan is prepared

Sample design is drafted and submitted to the UNICEF Regional Office

PSU Sampling weights (selection probabilities) are provided with the narrative

Questionnaires are customized and undergo translation and back translation process and then submitted to the UNICEF Regional Office

Package of documents for ethical clearance is prepared and submitted to the Ethical Committee

The Country Survey Plan is finalized and shared with stakeholders

MICS Data Processing WS is attended

Data entry CAPI application customised and submitted to the UNICEF Regional Office

MICS tabulation plan and standard syntax files drafted for use in generating SPSS dataset and tables.

Interviewers/Editors Manuals for fieldwork are customised

Presentations and training materials are ready for all-staff training

Qualifications of Successful Candidate

Education

  • University degree in Social Sciences, Demography, Statistics, Epidemiology or any other related technical field is required.

Years of relevant experience

  • An experience in the coordination and/or management of quantitative household surveys (prior MICS or Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) coordination experience highly desirable);
  • Strong computer skills and strong expertise in statistical analyses (familiarity with data processing and data analysis software, particularly SPSS);
  • An experience with CAPI approach
  • Training experience and ability to organize and facilitate training and presentations;
  • Experience in data analysis and survey report writing;

Competencies of Successful Candidate

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

  • Ability and willingness to travel extensively in-country and to attend regional workshops.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment.

To view our competency framework, please click here.

Please indicate your ability, availability and daily/monthly rate (in US$) to undertake the terms of reference above (including travel and daily subsistence allowance, if applicable). Applications submitted without a daily/monthly rate will not be considered.

UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organisation.


How to apply:

UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://ift.tt/2hEPcY0


Job Vacancy: Assistant administratif pour la Cellule dAppui au Comité de Pilotage des Fonds PBF

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UNDP: Assistant administratif pour la Cellule dAppui au Comité de Pilotage des Fonds PBF in Bamako. Closing date: 2017-01-02
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Job Vacancy: Expert National pour la Cellule dAppui au Comité de Pilotage des Fonds PBF

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December 28, 2016 at 02:00AM

Job Title: Expert National pour la Cellule dAppui au Comité de Pilotage des Fonds PBF


UNDP: Expert National pour la Cellule dAppui au Comité de Pilotage des Fonds PBF in Bamako. Closing date: 2017-01-02
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Job Vacancy: Humanitarian Affairs Officer, Deputy Head of Office (TJO) [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Humanitarian Affairs

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December 28, 2016 at 02:00AM

Job Title: Humanitarian Affairs Officer, Deputy Head of Office (TJO) [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Humanitarian Affairs


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Officer, Global Communications job in Washington, D.C.

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Consultant for UNDP’s Social, Economic and Environmental Determinants of Health and Health Equity Portfolio in Eastern Europe and Central Asia job in New York, New York

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Posted Date : 12/31/2016
Deadline : 1/14/2017

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Posted Date : 12/31/2016
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HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]

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Duty Station : NEW YORK
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Posted Date : 12/30/2016
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STATISTICIAN

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Level : P-3
Job ID : 71225
Job Network : Economic, Social and Development
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Posted Date : 12/30/2016
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Project Manager - Change Management Unit [Temporary]

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Jordan: Psychotherapist/Trainer

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Organization: Center for Victims of Torture
Country: Jordan
Closing date: 22 Jan 2017

The Center for Victims of Torture is seeking a Psychotherapist/Trainer to work with a program in Jordan addressing the mental health needs of Iraqi and Syrian refugees. As part of an interdisciplinary team, the Psychotherapist/Trainer will oversee psychological interventions, including individual and group therapy with adults and children who are survivors of torture and war violence. This position also will provide training and supervision to a team of psychosocial counselors and provide education and support to help other organizations better meet the needs of torture survivors. The position is based in Amman, Jordan with regular travel to other work sites within 1 hour of the city. The position can be an accompanied post, and it has a one-year renewable agreement. The position will begin immediately.

Organization:
The Center for Victims of Torture works toward a future in which torture ceases to exist and its victims have hope for a new life. We are an international nonprofit dedicated to healing survivors of torture. We provide direct care for those who have been tortured, train partners around the world who can prevent and treat torture, and advocate for human rights and an end to torture. We are headquartered in Minnesota with offices in Africa and the Middle East.

Primary Responsibilities:
• Clinical supervision and training: Conduct on-going clinical supervision, mentoring, and modeling to psychosocial counselors. Design and carryout training programs for psychosocial counselors. Continually assess development needs of counselors and adapt training and coaching accordingly.
• Clinical Management: Manage performance of supervisees, manage day-to-day operations of the clinic, including managing a counseling team that provides services in two locations. Track and ensure program objectives are met. Promote collaboration between disciplines of counseling, physiotherapy and social work.
• Psychotherapy: Provide psychotherapy to individuals, families and groups impacted by torture and survivors of war, in order to model methods and build capacity of psychosocial counselors. Collaborate with other interdisciplinary providers as part of an integrated care model.
• Community Assessment: Carry out need assessments in local communities to determine appropriate mental health interventions for people who have been tortured and/or traumatized by war.
• Reporting: Write and submit regular reports regarding clinical and training activities.
• Program Development and Evaluation: Participate in the design and implementation of new programs. Support implementation of program evaluation.
• Community Collaboration: Provide training and coordination with other organizations to better address the needs of torture and war survivors.

Qualifications:
• Advanced degree in Clinical Psychology or Counseling. Masters degree or equivalent required.
• Extensive experience providing psychotherapy to children, adults, families and groups.
• Understanding of and experience implementing culturally appropriate mental health interventions, including individual, group and community-based approaches for people who have suffered torture and trauma.
• Understanding of and experience developing curriculum and providing training for mental health professionals using interactive methodologies. Experience providing training and sensitization on the effects of trauma and war.
• Experience working as part of an interdisciplinary team desirable.
• Fluency in English required. Fluency in Arabic preferred.
• International experience required. Experience working in the Middle East strongly preferred.
• Experience supervising staff required. Experience supervising mental health counselors preferred.
• Skilled at carrying out needs assessment and program evaluations.
• Demonstrated flexibility to adapt to changing program requirements, client needs and political climate.
• Skilled at working as a member of a team.
• Ability to travel regularly by road to a location one hour away from the office.

Compensation: Competitive salary and benefit package.


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United States of America: Consultancy: Event Assistant, Office of Innovation, New York, USA

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Organization: UN Children's Fund
Country: United States of America
Closing date: 14 Jan 2017

TITLE: Event Assistant

Duration: 6 monthsDuty Station: New York, NYHQLevel: Individual contract (equivalent to P2)

BACKGROUND

Want to connect great problem solvers around the world in creating a global engine of change? Good, we want you.

UNICEF Office of Innovation is looking for a superbly organized, highly adaptable, entrepreneurial Event Assistant to support the team's Event Lead on a number of high-visibility events in H1 2017. The work will include conceptualization, coordination and execution.

The Office of Innovation identifies promising new technologies (incl. data science, SMS technologies, UAVs) that have potential to impact UNICEF core operations (education, health, disaster response). Through our network of technology companies, UNICEF Country Offices and academic institutions, we construct pilots to quickly determine if projects should be continued or discontinued. The Office of Innovation in New York provides support to innovation leads in Country Offices and consists of a flat team of technologists, designers, programmers, researchers and communication specialists. Requests for collaboration, advice and support are fielded from UNICEF programmes, and other parts of the UN system.

We also have a small venture fund – the UNICEF Innovation Fund – which provides resources to quickly assess, fund and scale companies, teams, and ideas that have been developed in new and emerging markets. The Innovation Fund supports the generation of open source, public goods that address the most pressing challenges facing children. You will support in crafting events that help spread awareness of the Innovation Fund to potential startups, investors and entrepreneur communities, build a pipeline of funding opportunities to companies graduating from the fund and reach people and organizations that can serve as mentors / incubators to investees globally.

You will work out of UNICEF Headquarters in Manhattan, New York, alongside an awesome team of about 15 technologists, developers, research scientists, designers and communication specialists. You will work on a few high-visibility events and a number of smaller tasks. You must know the ins and outs of event planning and coordination. You must be organized. We bring maximum results with minimum resources:

You must know how to think epic and execute in a scrappy way (and vice versa) We work very fast, we embrace startup culture, and we have an amazing network of collaborators around the world who help us find solutions for the biggest problems facing humanity, particularly children. We find ways to connect to the academic, public and private sector, and make co-action happen. Our team consists of the Ventures team in New York, the Futures team based in San Francisco and the Scale up/Global Innovation Centre team based in Bangkok & Nairobi.

PURPOSE OF THE APPOINTMENT / MAIN ACTIVITIES

As an Event Assistant, we seek someone who will: •support the team's Event Lead on a number of high-visibility events in H1 2017•craft events and engagement opportunities in a way that helps build the base of potential Innovation Fund investees, mentors, incubators and pipeline of future funding opportunities for UNICEF's portfolio of investments•handle overall event milestones and deliverables, coordination, logistics and production timelines to meet deadlines•manage lines of communication and maintain relationships with event agencies; various UNICEF Country Offices, National Committees and program departments; our collaborators at other UN agencies; partners from academia, private sector, and government•contribute to the development and maintenance of the Unit's network of contacts, event calendar, event "watchlist" and other resources, in close coordination with the Events Lead

4 projects that the candidate will be expected to support:

•UN Data Innovation Lab Workshop #4: A series of thematic workshops focusing on creating awareness about applications of new data sources, aligning on strategies to solve data-related challenges and strengthening agencies' ability to utilize data for decision making.

•UN Data Innovation Lab Workshop #5: As above.

•Nairobi Innovation Week: A week-long event supported by UNICEF Office of Innovation that brings together the worlds of innovation, entrepreneurship and art.

•Global Team Meeting: Third ever meeting convening staff from across UNICEF to share, learn and brainstorm on how innovation works across UNICEF.

DESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT

PAYMENT PLAN

•Monthly payment, based on monthly tasks and progress reports, approved upon monthly review with supervisor.•Consultant is responsible for his/her own health insurance•Consultant is eligible for standard DSA for all work-related travel.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION

•Bachelor's degree or Master's degree•2-3 years of professional experience in a relevant field (event organization, communications, production, marketing, etc)

Specialized Experience and Knowledge required for the assignment

•You're the most organized person we've ever met. Scrappy and creative at the same time.•Cool under chaos - a must. Highly adaptable, able to make sound and time-sensitive decisions independently under a significant workload.•Experience with events big and small, from delivering a creative concept and designing an agenda, to identifying event milestones and deadlines, to directing and overseeing coordination leading up to an event•Experience with tech events a nice-to-have, but not necessary•Experience with conceptualizing and/or producing: videos, direct mailings, websites, animations, invitations, webinars etc nice-to-have, but not necessary•Elementary knowledge of A/V a nice-to-have. Not necessary, but please don't be afraid of a TV-cable-power plug concept.•You are a people person and an email ninja. You know how to communicate with nerds and Prime Ministers alike. Someone that people warm up quickly to.•Personable, amiable and eager to work with a very diverse team

LanguagesFluency in English. Competence in another UN language preferred

HOW TO APPLYInterested and suitable candidates are requested to send their applications with Subject "Event Assistant" to: oirecruitment@unicef.org on or before 13 January, 2017.Applications must include the following:•Cover letter•P11 (http://ift.tt/NeSsE3)•CV•expected monthly rate in USD (total / all-inclusive rate)Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Applicants must clearly indicate the position applied for and use this order to name file attachments: Firstname_Lastname followed by document e.g. Gold_Mukasa_CV or Gold_Mukasa_CoverLetter. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

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UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://ift.tt/2iN9mga


HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]

UN Job Vacancy



Level : P-4
Job ID : 70767
Job Network : Management and Administration
Job Family : Human Resources
Department/Office : Office of Human Resources Management
Duty Station : NEW YORK
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/30/2016
Deadline : 1/5/2017

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SECURITY OFFICER

UN Job Vacancy



Level : F-5
Job ID : 71191
Job Network : Internal Security and Safety
Job Family : Security
Department/Office : Field Missions
Duty Station : PAOUA
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/30/2016
Deadline : 1/13/2017

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INTERN - AGRICULTURAL UNIT

UN Job Vacancy



Level : I-1
Job ID : 71310
Job Network :
Job Family : Internship
Department/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
Duty Station : MEXICO CITY
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/30/2016
Deadline : 2/27/2017

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INTERN - TRANSLATOR - AGRICULTURAL UNIT

UN Job Vacancy



Level : I-1
Job ID : 71311
Job Network :
Job Family : Internship
Department/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
Duty Station : MEXICO CITY
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/30/2016
Deadline : 2/27/2017

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INTERN - STATISTICS - AGRICULTURAL UNIT

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Level : I-1
Job ID : 71312
Job Network :
Job Family : Internship
Department/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
Duty Station : MEXICO CITY
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/30/2016
Deadline : 2/27/2017

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SENIOR HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICER [Temporary]

UN Job Vacancy



Level : P-5
Job ID : 71358
Job Network : Political, Peace and Humanitarian
Job Family : Human Rights Affairs
Department/Office : Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
Duty Station : BANGKOK
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/30/2016
Deadline : 1/12/2017

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Human Resources Officer (Temporary Job Opening) [Temporary]

UN Job Vacancy



Level : P-3
Job ID : 71625
Job Network : Management and Administration
Job Family : Human Resources
Department/Office : Office of Human Resources Management
Duty Station : BANGKOK
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/30/2016
Deadline : 1/9/2017

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Public Information Officer (TJO) [Temporary]

UN Job Vacancy



Level : P-3
Job ID : 71831
Job Network : Public Information and Conference Management
Job Family : Public Information
Department/Office : Office of the Coordinator of Humanitarian Affairs
Duty Station : Maiduguri
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/30/2016
Deadline : 1/5/2017

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INTERN - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS

UN Job Vacancy



Level : I-1
Job ID : 72048
Job Network :
Job Family : Internship
Department/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
Duty Station : SANTIAGO
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/30/2016
Deadline : 2/12/2017

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Associate Humanitarian Affairs Officer / Monitoring (TJO) 3 posts [Temporary]

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Level : P-2
Job ID : 72318
Job Network : Political, Peace and Humanitarian
Job Family : Humanitarian Affairs
Department/Office : Office of the Coordinator of Humanitarian Affairs
Duty Station : GAZIANTEP
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/30/2016
Deadline : 1/13/2017

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Director, Political Unit

UN Job Vacancy



Level : D-2
Job ID : 72329
Job Network : Political, Peace and Humanitarian
Job Family : Political Affairs
Department/Office : Executive Office of the Secretary-General
Duty Station : NEW YORK
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/30/2016
Deadline : 1/20/2017

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Director, Strategic Planning and Monitoring Unit

UN Job Vacancy



Level : D-2
Job ID : 72330
Job Network : Economic, Social and Development
Job Family : Programme Management
Department/Office : Executive Office of the Secretary-General
Duty Station : NEW YORK
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/30/2016
Deadline : 1/20/2017

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Chief, Rule of Law Unit

UN Job Vacancy



Level : D-1
Job ID : 72331
Job Network : Political, Peace and Humanitarian
Job Family : Rule of Law
Department/Office : Executive Office of the Secretary-General
Duty Station : NEW YORK
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/30/2016
Deadline : 1/20/2017

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Senior Rule of Law Officer

UN Job Vacancy



Level : P-5
Job ID : 72333
Job Network : Political, Peace and Humanitarian
Job Family : Rule of Law
Department/Office : Executive Office of the Secretary-General
Duty Station : NEW YORK
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/30/2016
Deadline : 1/20/2017

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Senior Planning and Monitoring Officer

UN Job Vacancy



Level : P-5
Job ID : 72335
Job Network : Political, Peace and Humanitarian
Job Family : Political Affairs
Department/Office : Executive Office of the Secretary-General
Duty Station : NEW YORK
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/30/2016
Deadline : 1/20/2017

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Economic Affairs Officer [Temporary]

UN Job Vacancy



Level : P-3
Job ID : 72354
Job Network : Economic, Social and Development
Job Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)
Department/Office : Economic Commission for Africa
Duty Station : ADDIS ABABA
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/30/2016
Deadline : 1/8/2017

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Economic Affairs Officer [Temporary]

UN Job Vacancy



Level : P-3
Job ID : 72363
Job Network : Economic, Social and Development
Job Family : Economic Affairs (and Sustainable Development)
Department/Office : Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
Duty Station : NEW YORK
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/30/2016
Deadline : 1/5/2017

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Colombia: Chief of Party, Colombia

NGO/UN Job Vacancy



Organization: ACDI/VOCA
Country: Colombia
Closing date: 30 Jan 2017

Chief of Party, Colombia

We are currently seeking a Chief of Party for the USAID-funded Colombia Community Development and Licit Opportunities (CDLO) Activity. The purpose of the activity is to strengthen the social and economic development capacity of conflict-affected communities, enabling them to be reliable and effective partners with state and private-sector actors. The initiatives designed under this activity focus on local-level land development, rural development, and the reduction of illegal crop production. The CDLO Activity will help at-risk populations, including women, Afro-Colombians, and indigenous groups, that are important to achieving a sustainable and inclusive peace in Colombia.

The COP will have overall responsibility for the contract including quality control, the appropriateness and overall responsiveness of all activities performed under the contract, whether by long - or short-term advisors or others, and professional oral and written communication with USAID.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide overall technical vision, leadership, and project management.
  • Manage and supervise work of all international consultants, local project staff and subcontractors.
  • Ensure day-to-day technical, schedule, and financial performance of the project in accordance with USAID rules and regulations, the scope of work, and annual work plans.
  • Serve as the project’s key liaison with headquarters, government counterparts, private sector stakeholders, subcontractors, academic institutions, and other local partners to exchange information and develop professional relationships.
  • Serve as the primary point of contact with USAID/Colombia with regard to day-to-day implementation and management matters relating to the contract
  • Collaboratively create and implement a strategic, long-term programmatic vision.
  • Oversee preparation and supervision of project work planning, budgets and pipeline analyses, performance management, and strategic communications.
  • Evaluate sub-contractor and grantee activities through consultative meetings, site visits and reporting requirements
  • Ensure that the activities and results are implemented in a timely manner within the approved budget.
  • Review all financial and logistical information on a periodic basis.
  • Recommend and evaluate proposed staff.
  • Make verbal or written presentations as requested by the client to varied audiences.
  • Coordinate activities and prepare annual results report, resource requests, quarterly reports and pipeline analyses; coordinate with HQ on development of profiles, success stories, etc.
  • Assure that assistance provided under the award is technically sound and appropriate for the needs to be addressed and for adequately managing and supervising the work of all staff in country.
  • Monitor, evaluate and document progress toward meeting activity objectives.
  • Reside in Colombia for the life of the Activity.

Qualifications:

  • Advanced degree in agriculture, rural development, agronomy, development economics, or a related field.
  • Minimum 10 years of relevant international work experience in community development project management and/or related areas with a strong knowledge of alternative development and community engagement in a developing country context.
  • Proven Chief of Party experience on a large, complex USAID-funded contract, preferably in Colombia.
  • Proven ability to effectively work in multicultural societies; positive track record in gender and ethnic inclusion.
  • Experience working in post-conflict areas preferred.
  • Ability to collaborate successfully with host-country government officials, international donors, and private sector stakeholders.
  • Extensive management experience and strong leadership and communication skills required.
  • Previous work experience in Latin America required; experience in Colombia strongly preferred.
  • Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity.
  • Strong communications and interpersonal skills with evidence of ability to productively interact with a wide range and levels of organizations (producers, government, private sector, NGOs, and research institutions).
  • Demonstrated ability to be collaborative across projects; flexible and creative.
  • Fluent spoken, written, and reading abilities in English and Spanish is required.

How to apply:

Please apply online at http://ift.tt/2bcRgGn or at http://ift.tt/2hzNoj9. No phone calls please. Only those candidates considered for an interview will be contacted. ACDI/VOCA is an equal opportunity employer. Women, minorities and people from diverse groups are encouraged to apply. ACDI/VOCA will never solicit a payment from any applicant.


Iraq: Support services coordinator - IRAQ

NGO/UN Job Vacancy



Organization: Handicap International
Country: Iraq
Closing date: 09 Jan 2017

NGO PRESENTATION

Outraged by the injustice faced by people with disabilities and vulnerable populations, we aspire to a world of solidarity and inclusion, enriched by our differences, where everyone can live in dignity.
Handicap International is an independent and impartial aid and development organization working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. We work alongside disabled and vulnerable people to help meet their essential needs, improve their living conditions and promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights.

For further information about the association: http://ift.tt/udqRXj

Present in more than 55 countries, Handicap International is composed of 2 operational directions:

  • The Direction of Humanitarian Action
  • The Direction of Development Action”

MISSION CONTEXT

Since the offensives of the group Islamic State (IS) in 2014, Iraq has been facing an internal armed conflict and a double humanitarian crisis, with high numbers of Iraqi internally-displaced people (IDPs) and Syrian refugees in need of humanitarian assistance. As of September 2016, there were 3,322,410 recorded IDPs and 245,000 Syrian refugees in Iraq.

The identification of the most vulnerable individuals among them, including people with disabilities, and the rapid response to their essential needs (both basic and specific) is a priority for the humanitarian community. In addition, Conventional Weapons (CW) and Improvised Explosive Devices continue to impose a devastating human toll in Iraq. In contaminated areas, local populations, IDPs and returning populations are all at risk of death and injury.

The armed conflict and the humanitarian crisis in Iraq will continue throughout 2016 and into 2017. In parallel, the economic and political crisis in Iraq is hampering the delivery of medical and socio-economic services, complicating the access and increasing the vulnerability of the general population, and in particular of persons with disabilities, all over Iraq.

In October 2016, the Iraqi and Kurdish security forces began its military operation to retake the city of Mosul, under IS control for more than 2 years. The operation is leading to a new humanitarian crisis with significant movement of populations in new displacement areas, with 17,000 new IDPs in less than 2 weeks, and 200,000 expected in November. Handicap International (HI) is responding to this emergency with additional Mine Action, Victim Assistance and Inclusion activities currently being launched.

Handicap International (HI) started its activities in Iraq in 1991.

HI’s strategy in Iraq for 2016-2017 includes 3 main components:

  • Long-term development projects: support to civil society, access to services, community-based rehabilitation.

  • Emergency response for Internally Displaced Persons, returnees, remainees and vulnerable Iraqi communities.

  • Mine Action: risk education, victim assistance, survey and clearance of contaminated areas.

DESCRIPTION OF THE POSITION

Based in Erbil, with regular travel to Kirkuk, Diyala, Ninewa and with exceptional visits to Baghdad/Anbar; under the line management of the Head of Mission, and in close collaboration with the technical coordinator, operations coordinators, field coordinators and HQ support referents.

He is in charge of the management of the Head of Finance, Human Resources and Logistics departments and his main fields of responsibilities are:

  • Support Services supervision and coordination;
  • Definition and implementation of the 3-year support strategy of the mission;
  • Internal and external control of the mission processes;
  • Management of all legal aspects related to HI in Iraq;
  • Capacity building of National Support Services heads of department;
  • Regular reporting to his line-management.

MAIN TASKS OF THE EXPATRIATE

  1. COORDINATION OF SUPPORT SERVICES
  2. TEAM MANAGEMENT AND CAPACITY BUILDING
  3. DEFINITION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SUPPORT SERVICES STRATEGY
  4. SECURITY MANAGEMENT
  5. INTERNAL & EXTERNAL CONTROL
  6. IMPLEMENTATION OF HI INSTITUTIONAL POLICIES
  7. MANAGEMENT OF LEGAL DUTIES
  8. REPORTING

REQUIRED PROFILE

  • At least 5 years of professional experience in support services positions, in an INGO context, in emergency settings;
  • At least 1 confirmed experiences as Support Services Coordinator or several support coordination positions;
  • Proven training and capacity building experience;
  • English mandatory (oral and written), Arabic and/or Kurdish an asset

  • Strong organisational skills;

  • Strong communication and reporting skills;

  • Ability to work under high pressure;

CONDITIONS

  • Start: 2017, January
  • Duration: 6 months (renewable)
  • Status: salaried contract according to experience (from 2700 euros gross + Perdiem 513,69€/month paid in local currency in the field + Hardship allowance 250€)

  • Living conditions: GH shared with other expatriates (no charges) ; individual accomodation paid py HI if in a couple posting

  • Regular paid leaves + R&R: level 2 (5 days every 3 months)

  • Security conditions: medium level of insecurity


How to apply:

To apply, please follow this link : http://ift.tt/2fQCO7x


Haiti: Chef de projet choléra - La Gonâve – HAITI – H/F

NGO/UN Job Vacancy



Organization: Croix-Rouge Française
Country: Haiti
Closing date: 31 Jan 2017

Contexte du poste

La Croix-Rouge française (CRF) est présente en Haïti aux côté de la Croix-Rouge haïtienne (CRH) depuis 1994. L’action et le partenariat de long terme entre la CRF et la CRH ont été fortement marqués par le séisme catastrophique du 12 janvier 2010 et l’épidémie de choléra apparue la même année. Quasiment sept and après le séisme, la CRF s’est donné plusieurs objectifs. Elle souhaite assurer une transition progressive entre les projets de relève post urgence séisme et les projets orientés vers le développement et la prise en charge des populations en situation de vulnérabilité chronique en Haïti. La CRF souhaite également intensifier ses efforts de renforcement des capacités de la CRH. Elle participe enfin à la stratégie nationale de lutte contre le choléra visant l’éradication de la maladie à moyen terme.

Principaux programmes en cours:

  • La réponse aux populations affectées par le séisme via des programmes d’aménagement urbain (2013-17)
  • La réponse à l’épidémie de choléra (2014-17)
  • Le soutien au Système National de Gestion des Risques des Désastres (SNGRD) (2014-16)

Le 4 octobre 2016, l’ouragan Matthew frappe Haïti en ouragan de catégorie 4, soit l’ouragan le plus fort ayant frappé le pays depuis plus de 50 ans. En réponse à l’urgence humanitaire la CRF a développé des opérations dans 3 secteurs d’intervention à savoir :

  • Déploiement d’une clinique mobile
  • Distribution de biens non alimentaires
  • Activités de prévention et de réponse au choléra

Le Poste

Fonction

Le chef de projet choléra la Gonâve, ci-après dénommé chef de projet, est chargé de lancer notre programmation choléra sur l’Ile de la Gonâve. En plus des activités qui devront être mises en œuvre sur le volet choléra, le chef de projet devra également gérer l’installation d’une base avancée sur l’ile de la Gonâve et former un collaborateur national pour prendre le relai du projet au départ du chef de projet. Le chef de projet aura pour principales fonctions de :

  • mettre en place des dispositifs de surveillance épidémiologiques à base communautaire (SEBAC) dans les 2 communes de l’île, en étroite collaboration avec les branches locales de la CRH et du Ministère de la Santé Publique et de la Population
  • organiser les activités de réponse WASH communautaire des cas de choléra, en collaboration avec les divers acteurs WASH / santé des zones considérées
  • proposer et organiser la réhabilitation / protection / sécurisation d’infrastructures suite aux
  • investigations
  • superviser la réalisation des travaux le cas échéant
  • organiser des séances de sensibilisation au niveau communautaire et dans des écoles
  • mettre en place une base avancée de la CRF en lien avec les services support basés à Port-au-Prince
  • participer à la stratégie programmatique de lutte contre le choléra
  • travailler en collaboration avec les autres secteurs d’activités de la CRF

Lien hiérarchique

Le chef de projet sera sous la responsabilité directe du coordinateur de programme choléra.
Le chef de projet sera directement responsable de :

  • 1 assistant chef de projet basé à la Gonâve
  • 1 moniteur d’alerte
  • des superviseurs de travaux / ingénieurs
  • 1 chauffeur

Liens fonctionnels

Le chef de projet entretiendra un lien de management hiérarchique avec le coordinateur choléra/santé basé à Port-au-Prince et un lien fonctionnel avec les référents techniques WASH et santé basés au siège de la CRF à Paris. Pour mener à bien sa mission, le chef de projet devra collaborer avec :
En interne

  • le coordinateur choléra/santé
  • les autres chefs de projet de la délégation
  • le département logistique de la délégation
  • le département administratif de la délégation

En externe

  • les membres du comité régional CRH sur l’ile de la Gonâve
  • les représentants du département santé de la CRH
  • les représentants du département santé de la FICR
  • les autres sociétés nationales de la Croix-Rouge impliquées dans la lutte contre le choléra sur
  • le département de l’Ouest
  • les entités du MSPP impliquées dans la surveillance et la réponse choléra aux niveaux national, régionaux et locaux
  • les entités impliquées dans l’amélioration du secteur « Eau Potable et Assainissement » aux niveaux national, régionaux et locaux
  • les ONG et les agences des Nations Unies impliqués dans la lutte contre le choléra

Responsabilités :

A. supervision opérationnelle de toutes les activités du projet de lutte contre le choléra mises en place par la CRF sur l’ile de la Gonâve
B. gestion administrative / RH / finance et logistique des activités, et de la base avancée, en lien avec les services support internes
C. représentation et coordination externes liées au projet auprès des bailleurs de fonds, du mouvement CR/CR, des partenaires et autres acteurs de la lutte contre le choléra
D. gestion de l’information et du reporting
E. suivi et évaluation du projet
F. participation à l’élaboration, la planification et le développement de la stratégie CRF de lutte contre le choléra
G. contribution à l’élaboration et l’harmonisation des outils et méthodologies développés dans le cadre du programme choléra de la CRF, en lien avec les partenaires du projet et le mouvement CR/CR

Le profil du candidat

Formation : Gestion de projet avec expérience professionnelle dans les domaines de l’eau et de l’assainissement et/ou de la gestion d‘épidémies et/ou de la santé publique.

Connaissances spécifiques : Mouvement / humanitaire / culture

  • connaissance du contexte haïtien
  • formation IMPACT / Mouvement
  • maitrise du pack office et de Google Earth (importation données GPS)
  • excellente maitrise du reporting bailleur et des outils de suivi / monitoring de projet

Compétences et expériences indispensables :

  • expériences préalables en mission humanitaire (3 ans)
  • expériences en gestion de projets (2 ans)
  • expérience en management d’équipes
  • excellentes capacités attendues en matière de communication orale
  • excellentes aptitudes rédactionnelles (reporting interne/externe, protocoles, méthodologies)
  • expérience significative en élaboration / gestion d’outils liés au monitoring et à l’évaluation de projet
  • flexibilité, créativité, esprit d’initiative
  • capacité à vivre dans un contexte insulaire
  • rigueur et discipline en matière de suivi des règles de sécurité, grande autonomie et capacité à travailler sous pression
  • diplomatie et patience

Compétences et expériences souhaitées :

  • expérience préalable au sein d’une entité du Mouvement
  • expérience en gestion de projet dans le domaine EHA et/ou choléra et/ou Santé Publique
  • expérience dans des contextes ruraux et enclavés
  • connaissance de logiciels SIG

Langues :

  • Français courant (indispensable)
  • Anglais courant (indispensable)
  • Créole (un plus)

Résumé :

  • Lieu de la mission: La Gonâve
  • Durée de la mission:04 mois
  • A pourvoir: janvier 2017
  • Date limite de dépôt de candidatures : le 31/01/2017
  • Statut : expatrié

La Croix-Rouge française se réserve la possibilité de clore un recrutement avant la date d’échéance de l’annonce et de dépôt des candidatures. Merci de votre compréhension.

Pré-requis :

  • Passeport d’une validité supérieure à 6 mois au moment du départ prévu
  • Carnet de vaccinations à jour / aptitude à voyager

Pour mieux connaitre le mouvement Croix-Rouge et Croissant-Rouge, nous vous invitons à suivre deux formations en ligne, gratuites et accessibles à tous.

La réalisation de ces formations constitue un plus dans votre candidature :

W.O.R.C. (World of Red Cross and Red Crescent) : cette formation en ligne est consacrée aux principes fondamentaux et au fonctionnement du Mouvement Croix-Rouge et Croissant-Rouge. A travers 12 modules elle aborde des sujets tels que l'origine et l'histoire du mouvement, ses principes fondamentaux, l'emblème, la Fédération internationale, le CICR et les sociétés nationales. Elle est destinée à tous : volontaires, salariés, adhérents ou aux personnes désirant en savoir plus sur le plus grand mouvement humanitaire au monde.

Stay Safe, quant à elle, est destinée à tous les personnels amenés à effectuer des missions internationales au nom de la Fédération ou d’une société nationale de la Croix-Rouge et du Croissant-Rouge. Le cours a pour objectif de développer une culture commune de la gestion de la sécurité au sein du Mouvement. Elle permet ainsi une meilleure compréhension des principales menaces et risques que courent les acteurs humanitaires sur le terrain et propose des solutions pour en limiter l’impact.

Vous trouverez ces cours sur la Plate-forme d’apprentissage e-learning ouverte à tous de la Fédération Internationale de la Croix-Rouge et du Croissant-Rouge en cliquant sur le lien suivant : http://ift.tt/1xX2Nbx


How to apply:

Postuler sur le site de la CRF:

http://ift.tt/2iN8fBr


Iraq: Finance coordinator - IRAQ

NGO/UN Job Vacancy



Organization: Handicap International
Country: Iraq
Closing date: 05 Jan 2017

NGO PRESENTATION

Outraged by the injustice faced by people with disabilities and vulnerable populations, we aspire to a world of solidarity and inclusion, enriched by our differences, where everyone can live in dignity.
Handicap International is an independent and impartial aid and development organization working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. We work alongside disabled and vulnerable people to help meet their essential needs, improve their living conditions and promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights.

For further information about the association: http://ift.tt/udqRXj

Present in more than 55 countries, Handicap International is composed of 2 operational directions:

  • The Direction of Humanitarian Action
  • The Direction of Development Action”

MISSION CONTEXT

Since the offensives of the group Islamic State (IS) in 2014, Iraq has been facing an internal armed conflict and a double humanitarian crisis, with high numbers of Iraqi internally-displaced people (IDPs) and Syrian refugees in need of humanitarian assistance. As of September 2016, there were 3,322,410 recorded IDPs and 245,000 Syrian refugees in Iraq.

The identification of the most vulnerable individuals among them, including people with disabilities, and the rapid response to their essential needs (both basic and specific) is a priority for the humanitarian community. In addition, Conventional Weapons (CW) and Improvised Explosive Devices continue to impose a devastating human toll in Iraq. In contaminated areas, local populations, IDPs and returning populations are all at risk of death and injury.

The armed conflict and the humanitarian crisis in Iraq will continue throughout 2016 and into 2017. In parallel, the economic and political crisis in Iraq is hampering the delivery of medical and socio-economic services, complicating the access and increasing the vulnerability of the general population, and in particular of persons with disabilities, all over Iraq.

In October 2016, the Iraqi and Kurdish security forces began its military operation to retake the city of Mosul, under IS control for more than 2 years. The operation is leading to a new humanitarian crisis with significant movement of populations in new displacement areas, with 17,000 new IDPs in less than 2 weeks, and 200,000 expected in November. Handicap International (HI) is responding to this emergency with additional Mine Action, Victim Assistance and Inclusion activities currently being launched.

Handicap International (HI) started its activities in Iraq in 1991.

HI’s strategy in Iraq for 2016-2017 includes 3 main components:

  • Long-term development projects: support to civil society, access to services, community-based rehabilitation.

  • Emergency response for Internally Displaced Persons, returnees, remainees and vulnerable Iraqi communities.

  • Mine Action: risk education, victim assistance, survey and clearance of contaminated areas.

DESCRIPTION OF THE POSITION

Based in Erbil, with regular travel to Kirkuk, Diyala, Ninewa and with exceptional visits to Baghdad/Anbar; under the line management of the support services coordinator, and in close collaboration with other mission support departments, technical and operations coordinators and Financial Controller at HQ level.

He is in charge of the management of the finance manager and his main fields of responsibilities are:

  • Ensuring application and respect of accountability and financial procedures;
  • Ensuring the proper use of funds according to HI and donor guidelines;
  • Centralizing the accountancy, control of budget affectations and ensure financial follow up of the mission;
  • Ensuring financial support and constant communication toward concerned departments and budget holders on budget planning, cost allocation, financial monitoring, etc.;
  • Producing financial reports to the Support Services Coordinator and Finance Controller (Budget follow-up, cost efficiency, etc);
  • Centralizing information for building donor budgets and the Mission Financial Plan.
  • Participate in the definition of yearly budgets and coverage of the mission;
  • Ensuring the management of the team placed under your responsibility;
  • Ensuring smooth and regular reporting on your activities towards your line manager.

MAIN TASKS OF THE EXPATRIATE

  1. ADMINISTRATION MANAGEMENT
  2. ACCOUNTANCY MANAGEMENT
  3. FINANCE MANAGEMENT
  4. SUPPORT TO FIELD ADMINISTRATOR AND/OR ADMINISTRATOR/LOGISTICIAN
  5. TEAM MANAGEMENT
  6. REPORTING

REQUIRED PROFILE

  • At least 5 years of professional experience in an INGO context, in emergency settings;
  • At least 2 confirmed experiences as Finance Coordinator in a INGO;
  • Knowledge of the key Humanitarian donor’s guidelines;

  • Proven training and capacity building experience; 

  • English mandatory (oral and written), Arabic and/or Kurdish an asset

  • Strong organisational skills;

  • Strong communication and reporting skills;

  • Ability to work under high pressure;

CONDITIONS

  • Start: 2017, January
  • Duration: 9 months (renewable)

  • Status: salaried contract according to experience (from 2700 euros gross + Perdiem 513,69€/month paid in local currency in the field + Hardship allowance 250€)

  • Living conditions: GH shared with other expatriates (no charges) ; individual accomodation paid py HI if in a couple posting

  • Regular paid leaves + R&R: level 2 (5 days every 3 months)

  • Security conditions: medium level of insecurity


How to apply:

To apply, please follow this link : http://ift.tt/2fxZhmQ


Jordan: Psychosocial Technical Coordinator, Sanaa - Yemen

NGO/UN Job Vacancy



Organization: Handicap International
Country: Jordan, Yemen
Closing date: 06 Jan 2017

NGO PRESENTATION

Outraged by the injustice faced by people with disabilities and vulnerable populations, we aspire to a world of solidarity and inclusion, enriched by our differences, where everyone can live in dignity.

Handicap International is an independent and impartial aid and development organisation working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. We work alongside disabled and vulnerable people to help meet their essential needs, improve their living conditions and promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights.

For further information about the association: http://ift.tt/udqRXj

Present in more than 55 countries, Handicap International is composed of 2 operational directions:

  • The Direction of Humanitarian Action
  • The Direction of Development Action

CONTEXT OF THE MISSION

Yemen has been for long the poorest country in the Arab world. After the Arab Spring the humanitarian crises have intensified as a major humanitarian crisis of the moment since 2012 with almost half of the population being food insecure. This has created an increasing unrest among the population and discontentment with the government.

During the summer of 2014 the Shia minority group called Houthis has somehow taken control of several important cities, among them the capital Sana’a. Meanwhile the Southern separatist movement increased their call for an independent south while Al Qaida and linked groups (mainly based in the South-Eastern parts of the country) are fighting Houthis and other groups including the internationally recognised government.

In January 2015, the Houthis did overthrow the President Hadi and its government. Since end of March of the same year, an international coalition of countries led by Saudi Arabia allied with the President temporarily exiled in Saudi Arabia, has launched a military campaign against the advances of the Houthis in the country. So far the war has not seen any significant domination or win by one side or the other. This stalemate, the fighting, the regional powers struggle and the actions of extremist group and their national and international opponents are all contributing to the collapse of the humanitarian and economic situation.

The Cessation of Hostilities declared on April 2016 was follow-up by the talks between the main warring parties in Kuwait. These peace negotiations are still going on though the conflict re-escalated up to a level similar to the period prior the truce. Sana’a did not experience air strikes since Beginning of March 2016.

PROJECT OBJECTIVES

The intervention of HI in Yemen consists in the support of health structures (hospital, rehabilitation services) in Sana’a with the deployment of teams setting up: Rehabilitation activities: provision of assistive devices and specific trainings to health staff
PSS activities to support injured persons
Mainstreaming of inclusion and vulnerability within coordination forums and providing technical support to other humanitarian stakeholders
In addition, development of Mine Action through Risk Education, Awareness and possibly through clearance training is actively sought. Eventually, the set-up of advocacy mechanisms considering the country and regional environment is another major goal of the mission.

MAIN RESPONSABILITIES OF THE EXPATRIATE

1/ Technical support

  • Supporting and coordinating the provision of training to the social workers through direct provision of both formal and on the job trainings
  • Providing continuous technical support to the rehabilitation and social worker staff in its field of expertise
  • Providing technical support to the logistics department in your field of expertise, ensuring technical validation of psychosocial related devices; items and equipment, as needed

2/Representation and external coordination

  • Representation of HI towards local authorities regarding technical area of responsibility
  • Participation in all kind of coordination meetings locally (Government meetings, clusters, working group)
  • Reporting any relevant information related to Psychosocial matters to relevant stakeholders

3/Program strategy (in close link with the Project Managers, and Operations Coordinator)

  • Analysing psychosocial and protection related existing resources (facilities, HR, level of education, equipment,…) and needs in order to define the strategy together with the Coordinator of Operations, with the inputs of the PMs
  • Ensuring the technical relevance and quality of HI intervention related to your field of expertise
  • Ensuring delimitation of the emergency psychosocial intervention and protection related issues

4/Reporting

  • Writing technical situation and otherreports providing relevant data, analysis and recommendations related to your activities (statistic, review monthly objectives, etc.) as required
  • Supporting in writing donor reports (intermediate,final, ad hoc, as required)

5/Line/team Management

  • Line managing your field counterpart-the PSS Field Technical Adviser (ensuring objectives set, performance management, capacity building, etc)
  • Contributing to the effective management of the PSS operational team members from a technical perspective, in collaboration with their direct line management (PMs and Ops)
  • Contributing to the effective monitoring, management and delivery of donor projects (and internal HI activities), from a technical perspective

SPECIFICITIES

Based in Sanaa and Amman.

  • SANAA : High level of insecurity with curfew and limited displacement, no entertainment activities, shared guesthouse/office.

  • AMMAN : Western and modern life, malls, restaurant, bars etc. Possibility to move in the countey during the WE (Petra, Wady Rum, etc.). No curfew, possibility to move in taxi from one place to another. Shared guesthouse with 1 or 2 others expatriates; office separated but available by feet.

PROFILE REQUIRED

COMPETENCY

  • Degree diploma in Psychology, Psychosocial or Social Worker

EXPERIENCE

  • At least 5 years of experience in the Psychosocial field
  • Demonstrable experience and/or understanding of the protection sector is necessary
  • Experience of training and technical supervision in the field of Psychosocial support and Protection with NGOs, preferably in an emergency context
  • A previous experience in patient rehabilitation is a plus
  • A previous experience in the field of vulnerability/disability in an emergency situation with INGOs is an asset
  • Experience in the region would be a strong asset

PERSONNAL SKILLS

  • Strong communication and reporting skills
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Strong interpersonal and intercultural skills
  • Ability to work under high pressure
  • English mandatory (oral and written)
  • Arabic would be an asset

CONDITIONS

-Status: salaried contract according to experience (from 2700 euros gross + perdiem + hardship allowance)
-Start: ASAP
-Duration: until 31st of March 2017, with possible renewal
-Living conditions: guesthouse shared with other expatriates (no charges)
-Security conditions: high level of insecurity in Yemen. Low level of insecurity in Jordan
-Social insurance: 100% covered


How to apply:

To apply please follow this link:

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Syrian Arab Republic: Project manager Health/Inclusion - North-East - Syria mission

NGO/UN Job Vacancy



Organization: Handicap International
Country: Syrian Arab Republic
Closing date: 06 Jan 2017

Outraged by the injustice faced by people with disabilities and vulnerable populations, we aspire to a world of solidarity and inclusion, enriched by our differences, where everyone can live in dignity.
Handicap International is an independent and impartial aid and development organisation working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. We work alongside disabled and vulnerable people to help meet their essential needs, improve their living conditions and promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights.

Present in more than 55 countries, Handicap International is composed of 2 operational directions:

  • The Direction of Humanitarian Action
  • The Direction of Development Action

MISSION CONTEXT

The Syrian crisis is the greatest humanitarian crisis of the last 20 years. According to the latest UN figures, about 13.5 million people are currently affected by the crisis in Syria, including about 6.5 million IDPs, while over 4 million Syrians have sought refuge in neighbouring countries or in Europe. The current humanitarian response only provides a patchy and partial coverage of the growing humanitarian needs.
Five years after the beginning of the crisis, the number of injured persons in Syria keeps rising, with a severe lack of rehabilitative care and psychosocial support. In hard-to-reach areas and/or areas of new displacement, local populations and IDPs are in need of emergency assistance in terms of food, household essential items, and other basic needs. The inclusion of the most vulnerable, including persons with disabilities, in the humanitarian response remains a major concern.

HI Syria crisis response is implemented from 3 operational hubs and articulated around four main pillars:

  1. Provision of accessible comprehensive rehabilitation services
  2. Emergency response to address immediate needs through reinforcement of access to basic items
  3. Education to the risks and effects caused by conventional weapons (including mines, ERWs and Small Arms Light Weapons)
  4. Inclusion component aiming at inclusion of vulnerable groups by other actors.

Activities are implemented through remote partnerships and through remote management of HI field teams. HI is currently looking to create a fourth hub and launch a humanitarian program in the North-East with direct implementation and / or partnership modalities.

MAIN RESPONSABILITIES OF THE EXPATRIATE

Under the responsibility of the Area Coordinator, you will be in charge of:
-Contributing to the need assessments and the elaboration of the intervention strategy
-Recruiting, training and managing the program teams in the health sector and the inclusion sector
-Managing the implementation of the programs under your responsibility and ensuring the achievement of their targets and results
-Ensuring regular data collection, data analysis and indicator follow-up for the programs under your responsibility
-Managing the activity budget for the programs under your responsibility
-Ensuring the respect of financial, logistical and HR procedures by the program teams
-Representing HI with local authorities, local partners and other humanitarian actors in the intervention areas, in coordination with the Area Coordinator.

MAIN TASKS OF THE EXPATRIATE

1/Project Development, implementation & monitoring
2/Team management
3/Representation(in coordination with the Area Coordinator)
4/Support Services (Logistics, admin, HR)
5/Data Management
6/Reporting

SPECIFICITIES

Security conditions: medium to high level of insecurity in the intervention areas. Low to medium level of insecurity in Iraq.

REQUIRED PROFILE

  • At least 3 years of professional experience in humanitarian / emergency contexts
  • At least 2 years of experience in management of humanitarian projects
  • Solid work experience in at least one core sector: health / rehabilitation sector (physical rehabilitation, P&O, and/or psychosocial support) and/or inclusion and disability issues / (inclusive livelihoods and inclusive health in particular). Experience in both sectors is a strong asset.

  • Working experience in Iraq, Syria and/or in other Middle Eastern countries is a strong asset

  • Strong team management skills

  • High level of autonomy and initiative

  • Strong internal and external coordination and representation skills

  • Strong organisational skills

  • Strong interpersonal and intercultural skills

  • Ability to work under high pressure

  • High level of motivation and proactivity

  • Fluency in oral and written English is compulsory

  • Arabic and/or Kurdish skills are a strong asset

  • Strong computer skills. Experience with databases is an asset

CONDITIONS

  • Status: salaried contract according to experience (from 2,200 euros gross + perdiem + hardship allowance)
  • Start: January 2017
  • Duration: 6 months (renewable)
  • Living conditions: guesthouse shared with other expatriates (no charges).
  • Travel: this is a mobile position. You should expect to spend around 90% of your working time in the intervention areas and 10% of your working time in Iraqi Kurdistan. In addition, you might make punctual visits to Amman and other capitals in the region.

How to apply:

To apply, please follow this link : http://ift.tt/2fLDGKZ


Libya: Libya - An Administrative, Financial and Logistics Coordinator

NGO/UN Job Vacancy



Organization: Première Urgence Internationale
Country: Libya
Closing date: 31 Jan 2017

Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-political and non-religious international aid organization. Our teams are committed to supporting civilians’ victims of marginalization and exclusion, or hit by natural disasters, wars and economic collapses, by answering their fundamental needs. Our aim is to provide emergency relief to uprooted people in order to help them recover their dignity and regain self-sufficiency.

The association leads in average 190 projects by year in the following sectors of intervention: food security, health, nutrition, construction and rehabilitation of infrastructures, water, sanitation, hygiene and economic recovery. PUI is providing assistance to around 5 million people in 21 countries – in Africa, Asia, Middle East, Eastern Europe and France.

Find out about our history and values

Humanitarian situation and needs

Crisis context

Libya’s political transition has been disrupted by armed non-state groups and threatened by the indecision and infighting of interim leaders. After an armed uprising ended the 40-plus year rule of Muammar al Qadhafi in late 2011, interim authorities proved unable to form a stable government, address pressing security issues, reshape the country’s public finances, or create a viable framework for post-conflict justice and reconciliation.

In 2016, continued political instability and ongoing armed conflict in Libya has led to deteriorating living conditions and reduced access to essential services for a significant part of the country. Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) remain one of the most vulnerable population groups as they seek out temporary shelter and scarce livelihood opportunities in urban centres, many without access to basic services. The power vacuum that gave way to the rise of armed groups in Libya, and the ongoing violence has caused thousands more Libyans to flee their homes in search of protection and assistance. In February 2016, while the political situation in Libya remains tumultuous, new patterns of displacement are occurring, with a growing trend of return reported in the East.

Over 435 000 people in Libya have been forcibly displaced, almost doubling the number reported in 2014. Humanitarian organizations face serious difficulties to reach communities and vulnerable IDP families affected by the ongoing violence in the country.

Health and protection needs of the affected population stand out in terms of scope, scale and severity. This is the result of major shortages of essential medicines and a debilitated primary healthcare system, which have led to an increase in serious illnesses and disease. The conflict has restricted access to basic services, led to forced displacement and impacted people’s safety and security. The displaced are the most vulnerable due to limited coping capacity and loss of assets, particularly displaced women, children, the elderly and those with low economic means. Refugees, asylum-seekers and migrants are also considered some of the most vulnerable, due to their exposed risk to discrimination and exploitation based on their status. According to OCHA, the most severe needs in terms of geographic areas are those of affected people in the east and south of the country.

The worsening economic situation and political crises have exacerbated the vulnerability of the people in Libya, where the main source of household income remains salaries from the state. In the preliminary findings of the MSNA conducted by UN agencies, 71 per cent of households reported that their incomes have either remained the same or decreased. Given the protracted nature of the current crisis, the primary objective is to improve resilience of affected communities. This entails building capacity at national and local levels to generate the evidence base needed to monitor the impacts of crisis, to plan key interventions as needed to address humanitarian and early recovery priorities, and to support the recovery of local economies and rehabilitation of critical damaged infrastructures and public services.

The Libya Humanitarian Needs Overview (HNO) is based on a number of needs assessments conducted in 2016, including the UN inter-agency Multi-Sector Needs Assessment (MSNA), sector needs and gap analysis based on information from ongoing humanitarian operations in Libya and available secondary sources. In areas where conflict and insecurity impeded access to affected people, there are some significant gaps in information in terms of the scale and scope of humanitarian needs. There are also information gaps for some of the sectors, especially where national information collection and reporting systems are weak, such as for protection. (OCHA)

Due to the security context, the majority of the humanitarian intervention in Libya are being managed remotely from Tunis.

Our action in the field

In light with the humanitarian situation described above, Premiere Urgence Internationale is preparing an first intervention in Libya, focusing in Benghazi area, in partnership with a local NGO, Libyan Psychological Association (LAPS), on health activities. This intervention should also include a partnership with LibAid, a Libyan organization in charge on the humanitarian intervention. This project would be the first intervention of PUI in the country and would ensure the opening of PUI mission in Libya.

Following several exploratory mission and results of an MHPSS assessment conducted by LAPS, PUI is launching a health intervention in Benghazi which aims to improve access to quality healthcare for population affected by the ongoing conflict in Benghazi and its surroundings. The main objective is the reduction of morbidity and mortality among conflict affected populations in Libya.

The project aims at providing an emergency response to the accurate needs for primary health care services in Eastern region of Libya. Targeted as a priority for the humanitarian community by the latest HRP designed in October, the health system has completely collapsed in Libya. This project aims at :

  • improve access to primary health care through mobile health care clinics, including mental health and psychosocial support interventions, information and guidance on local services, including referral where necessary,
  • support to improve personal health care behaviors for existing displaced populations by reinforcement of community prevention, information and communication
  • Improve emergency response to new large scale displacement by supporting the creation and the strengthening of an early warning system to develop coordination and cooperation with local actors and relevant authorities to ensure a timely comprehensive response in case of population displacement.

This intervention has been designed thanks to the conduction of a workshop with both LibAid and LAPS that has been organized in Tunis from 13th to 14th of October 2016.

Due to the security situation, as most of the intervention, this program should be managed remotely from Tunis with potential visit in Libya depending on security clearance. Following the evolution of the context, the remote management could be reduced. Due to this context, a priority should be given to the recruitment and the training of the national staff who would implement the project in the field.

As part of our action in Libya, we are looking for an Administrative, Financial and Logistics Coordinator.

The Administrative, Financial and Logistics Coordinator is accountable for the sound financial, accounting and budgetary management of the mission as well as the management of human resources and the administrative and legal records.

  • Financial, budgetary and accounting management: He/She is responsible for all aspects relating to finance, including budgetary and accounting elements, as well as the mission cash flow.
  • Management of human resources: He/She is responsible for the administrative management of the local and international teams, for the definition/updating of procedures and HR management tools in accordance with labor regulations in the intervention country and the HR policies of PUI, and for the monitoring of risks linked to HR questions.
  • Administrative and legal management: He/She supervises administrative records and guarantees that the status and functioning of the mission are in legal accordance with the requirements of the intervention country.
  • Representation: He/She represents the association in its relations with partners, authorities and different local players for the financial, administrative, legal and human resources areas of the mission.
  • Coordination: He/She centralizes and diffuses information within the mission and to headquarters for all financial, administrative, legal and human resources aspects of the mission, and consolidates the internal and external reporting for these domains.

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Training and experiences

Formation:

  • Financial management or Logistics management

Experience:

  • Humanitarian
  • International
  • Technical

Knowledge and skills:

  • Knowledge of institutional donor procedures (OFDA, ECHO, AAP, UN agencies…)

Software:

  • Pack Office

Required Personal Characteristics:

  • Good stress management
  • Resistance to pressure
  • Analytical capability
  • Organized and methodical
  • Reliable
  • Strong sense of responsibilities
  • Strong listening and empathy skills
  • Ability to adapt, manage priorities and be pragmatic
  • Diplomatic and with a sense of negotiation
  • Good communication skills
  • Honesty and rigor

Languages

  • Required: English and French

  • Desirable: Arabic

Proposed Terms

  • Employed with a Fixed-Term Contract – 10 months

  • Starting date: January 2017

  • Monthly gross income: From 2 200 to 2 530 Euros depending on the experience in International Solidarity + 50 Euros per semester seniority with PUI

  • Cost covered: Round-trip transportation to and from home / mission, visas, vaccines…

  • Insurance including medical coverage and complementary healthcare, 24/24 assistance and repatriation

  • Housingin collective accommodation

  • Daily living Expenses (« Per diem »)

  • Break Policy: 5 working days at 3 and 9 months + break allowance

  • Paid Leaves Policy: 5 weeks of paid leaves per year + return ticket every 6 months


How to apply:

Please send your application (Resume and Cover Letter) to Alexandre Darcas, Recruitment and Careers Manager, at recrutement@premiere-urgence.org with the following subject : « CAFLOG-LBE »


Chef de projet voltigeur « Besoins Spécifiques » Psychosocial et Protection

NGO/UN Job Vacancy



Organization: Handicap International
Closing date: 06 Jan 2017

DESCRIPTION DE L'ONG ET CONTEXTE

Handicap International est constitué de 2 directions opérationnelles :

  • la Direction d’Action du Développement (DAD)
  • la Direction de l’Action Humanitaire (DAH) qui regroupe les opérations de réponse à l’urgence et d’action de lutte contre les mines.

La DAH met en œuvre actuellement des programmes dans plusieurs pays: RDC, Mali, Philippines, Népal, Ukraine, RCA et Yémen, Irak, Liban, Jordanie, Syrie, Turquie, Tchad, Lybie et Cambodge. Elle compte actuellement environ 150 expatriés et une équipe siège constituée d’une soixantaine de personnes.

Concernant son mandat de réponse à l’urgence, la DAH a pour but de :

  • Fournir une réponse adéquate lors des catastrophes naturelles et des situations de conflit, partout dans le monde, et ce, autant que possible dès les premières 72 heures suivant le déclenchement de la crise ;
  • Apporter une assistance aux populations déplacées, réfugiées et sinistrées en raison des conflits ou des catastrophes, et en leur sein aux personnes blessées et handicapées ;
  • Assurer une veille permanente des crises chroniques et/ou conflits pour garantir une réponse rapide aux éventuels besoins d’urgence qui pourraient survenir.
  • Lutter contre les mines antipersonnel et les bombes à sous-munitions (BASM), travail sur la réduction des risques et la prévention des accidents que génèrent les armes conventionnelles

C’est pour mieux atteindre cet objectif qu’une équipe de voltigeurs a été créée au sein de la DAH composée de 7 personnes :

  • un chef de mission ;
  • un coordinateur administratif ;
  • un coordinateur logistique ;
  • un coordinateur terrain/des opérations ;
  • un chef de projet « besoins de base » spécialisé dans la couverture des besoins essentiels des populations affectées par une crise
  • deux chefs de projet « besoins spécifiques » spécialisés dans la couverture des besoins spécifiques des personnes vulnérables;

Dans les situations d’urgence, l’Organisation s’engage à répondre à ces problématiques :

  • Moyens d’existence d’urgence : distribution de kits d’articles ménagers essentiels (NFI) et/ou programmes de transferts monétaires
  • Gestion et distribution de l’aide humanitaire (plateforme logistique): transport, stockage, post-acheminement de matériels de première nécessité ou de vivres ;
  • Gestion de camps
  • Eau, Hygiène et assainissement
  • Habitat et Construction communautaire : Abris d’urgence, construction/réhabilitation d’abris temporaires individuels et d’infrastructures communautaires accessibles ;
  • Réadaptation physique et fonctionnelle (rééducation, fourniture d’aides techniques, appareillage (orthèses et prothèses)…)
  • Interventions psychosociales et de santé mentale
  • Inclusion et accessibilité (plaidoyer et actions directes) pour une meilleure prise en charge des personnes exclues des services, et en particulier des personnes handicapées/personnes blessées, dans l’assistance humanitaire.

DESCRIPTION DU POSTE

Les membres de l’équipe de voltigeurs sont amenés à travailler :

1) sur le terrain dans le cadre de l’ouverture de programmes;
2) sur le terrain en support à des missions préétablies;
3) au siège entre deux missions sur des tâches de capitalisation, de création/modification d’outils et de support aux référents techniques sur la base de termes de référence.

PRINCIPALES RESPONSABILITÉS

Sous la responsabilité du Chef de mission voltigeur et en lien avec les référents techniques Besoins Spécifiques/Soutien Psychosocial et Protection du siège, le Chef de projet voltigeur Besoins Spécifiques/Soutien Psychosocial et Protection sera en charge de :

  • Mener des évaluations / diagnostics initiaux, lors des déploiements terrain, dans les champs des besoins spécifiques dans leur ensemble et en particulier dans les champs de la santé mentale, du soutien psychosocial et de la protection. et concevoir des projets dans les secteurs d’intervention de l’organisation (directement ou à travers le soutien à des acteurs locaux)

  • Contribuer à l’ouverture d’une mission si besoin

  • Assurer le démarrage de ces projets notamment dans leur composante réponse aux besoins spécifiques et en particulier dans les champs de la santé mentale et du soutien psychosocial

  • Assurer des missions d’appui (formation, accompagnement, support, recrutement, audit interne, passation) auprès des missions qui le nécessitent, et assurer sur des courtes périodes des intérims de poste selon des termes de références établis

  • Effectuer un travail de capitalisation et participer à la mise à jour des outils de projet de l’organisation.

Le Chef de projet voltigeur Besoins Spécifiques / Psychosocial et Protection sera garant des approches et réponses « Besoins Spécifiques » et en particulier des interventions psychosociales, de santé mentale et de protection tout en devant assurer une vision globale de la réponse aux besoins spécifiques, qui inclue également le secteur de la Réadaptation physique et fonctionnelle, ainsi qu’un travail sur l’accès à l’assistance humanitaire pour les personnes les plus vulnérables.
L’ensemble des secteurs d’intervention d’Handicap International sont mis en œuvre avec une attention particulière portée sur une approche inclusive de tous, et en particulier des personnes handicapées et des personnes blessées (par exemple au travers d’infrastructures accessibles mais également de déploiement de mécanismes pour identifier les personnes en situation d’exclusion dans une communauté affectée.

SPÉCIFICITÉS

Conditions spécifiques au contrat voltigeur :

• Temps de passage prévus au siège à Lyon et environ 60% du temps de travail passé sur le terrain
• Logement collectif pris en charge par HI sur le terrain
• Mobilité totale nécessaire, selon les dispositions légales et les conditions aménagées par l’Association
• Situations de stress inhérentes à l’urgence

PROFILE RECHERCHE

Formation :
-Idéalement Master de Psychologie ou formation en travail social avec solide expérience
-Formation en gestion et élaboration de projets de préférence dans le domaine de la solidarité internationale ou solide expérience de gestion de projet

Compétences requises et Expériences :
-Forte expérience professionnelle dans l’aide d’urgence ou de post-urgence, avec exercice du rôle de chef de projet
-Expérience conséquente dans le domaine du support psychosocial et de l'inclusion
-Expérience confirmée en management d’équipe et représentation
-Capacité à former
-Expérience en rédaction de projets d’urgence
-Capacité de conceptualisation et formalisation d’outils, méthodes et procédures.

Langue et informatique :
-Excellente maîtrise du Français et de l’Anglais (oral et écrit), l’arabe est un plus
-Maîtrise des outils informatiques (Pack Office).

Qualités personnelles :
-Capacité à fournir une importante charge de travail sous constante pression
-Excellente réactivité et flexibilité en toutes circonstances
-Sens des priorités, grande capacité d’organisation et d’autonomie
-Capable de vivre en communauté et en accepter les contraintes
-Bonne condition physique
-Sens de l’humour prononcé.

CONDITIONS

-Date de prise de poste: 2 janvier 2017
-Type de contrat : CDD Siège de 12 mois
-Salaire : à partir de 2200 euros bruts selon expérience
-Prime de disponibilité de 620€ bruts mensuels
-Perdiem au prorata du per diem mensuel pays lors des déploiements terrain
-Harsdhip allowance de 620€ bruts mensuels au prorata des jours passés en déploiement terrain


How to apply:

To apply please follow this link:
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