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Job Vacancy: 163348

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December 28, 2017 at 02:00AM

Job Title: 163348


IMF: 163348 in 163348. Closing date: 1970-01-01
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Job Vacancy: 163568

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December 28, 2017 at 02:00AM

Job Title: 163568


IMF: 163568 in 163568. Closing date: 1970-01-01
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Job Vacancy: 163629

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December 29, 2017 at 02:00AM

Job Title: 163629


IMF: 163629 in 163629. Closing date: 1970-01-01
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Job Vacancy: Senior Humanitarian Affairs Officer/Deputy Head of Office (TJO) [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Humanitarian Affairs

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December 27, 2017 at 02:00AM

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


UN OCHA: Senior Humanitarian Affairs Officer/Deputy Head of Office (TJO) [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Humanitarian Affairs in BANGUI. Closing date: 2018-01-01
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Job Vacancy: Humanitarian Affairs Officer (TJO) [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Humanitarian Affairs

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December 27, 2017 at 02:00AM

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


UN OCHA: Humanitarian Affairs Officer (TJO) [Temporary] - Political, Peace and Humanitarian, Humanitarian Affairs in JIJIGA. Closing date: 2018-01-01
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UN Jobs / NGO Job Vacancy : Kenya: PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND QUALITY COORDINATOR

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Organization: CARE USA
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 30 Jan 2018

At CARE, we seek a world of hope, tolerance and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and people live with dignity and security.

This has been our vision since 1945, when we were founded to send lifesaving CARE Packages® to survivors of World War II. Today, CARE is a global leader in the movement to eradicate poverty. In 2016, CARE worked in 94 countries and reached 80 million people with an incredible range of life-saving programs. We also put women and girls at the center of our work because we know that we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities. We seek dynamic, innovative thinkers to further our mission. If you share our core beliefs: poverty is an injustice; poverty is solvable; and together, we have the power to end it, join us.

CARE’s programming in Somalia focuses on strengthening resilience, reducing conflict and addressing chronic poverty as well as mitigating immediate emergency situations.
We are seeking a Program Development and Quality Coordinator who will report directly to the Assistant Country Director – Programs. This is a central position for CARE Somalia’s efforts to strengthen the quality of its programming; and our ability to innovate, learn and adjust to continually changing realities in Somalia.

The person in this role will cover the full breadth of our programming, both development and emergency. S/he will cover the whole program and project cycle; designing and evaluating program frameworks, developing projects on the basis of the program frameworks; ensuring the systems are in place to monitoring and evaluate impact. The Program Development and Quality Coordinator will focus on ensuring that our programs and projects address the underlying causes of poverty and vulnerability. The position will work closely with the CARE program coordinators, area managers, project managers and local partners.

Responsibilities:

  • Participate development and review of program strategies
  • Design, monitor and evaluate program strategy frameworks of our long-term programs
  • Develop funding proposals that are aligned with the program strategies
  • Ensure that all programs and projects have a DME and information management system in place
  • Conduct internal reviews of program quality and accountability
  • Other responsibilities as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required with significant relevant experience. Master’s degree preferred
  • At least 7 years of experience working in conflict/post-conflict context, with preferred work experience in Somalia
  • At least 2 years of experience working in a program management setting
  • At least 2 years of experience in working with pastoralist communities in Africa, preferably the Horn of Africa
  • Extensive experience in gender analysis and women’s empowerment
  • Proven experience in development and recovery programming
  • Demonstrated experience in program assessments, problem analysis and, program design
  • Team player, with the ability to develop strong collaborative relations across the organization, in both the program and program support departments;
  • Proven capacity of managing programs through partnerships
  • Demonstrated ability to advise and coach field staff
  • Strong gender and conflict analysis skills, with the ability to articulate and design programs using a rights’ based approach
  • Proven budgeting and financial management skills
  • Preferably the incumbent also has a strong grasp of CAREs Unifying Framework for understanding the underlying causes of poverty and vulnerability
  • Ability to develop and articulate program ideas related to Peace-building, governance and civil society
  • Ability to work and live under difficult conditions

How to apply:

To apply for this position, please visit our website at http://ift.tt/2EmE6Aj

Our diversity is our strength; we encourage people from all backgrounds and experiences, particularly women, to apply.

CARE USA is an equal opportunity employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. If you’d like more information about your EEO rights as an applicant under the law, please click here.

The closing date for this posting, if listed, is approximate. Job postings may be removed from CARE's career website at any time.


UN Jobs / NGO Job Vacancy : Sudan: ASSISTANT COUNTRY DIRECTOR - PROGRAMS

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Organization: CARE USA
Country: Sudan
Closing date: 30 Jan 2018

At CARE, we seek a world of hope, tolerance and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and people live with dignity and security.

This has been our vision since 1945, when we were founded to send lifesaving CARE Packages® to survivors of World War II. Today, CARE is a global leader in the movement to eradicate poverty. In 2016, CARE worked in 94 countries and reached 80 million people with an incredible range of life-saving programs. We also put women and girls at the center of our work because we know that we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities. We seek dynamic, innovative thinkers to further our mission. If you share our core beliefs: poverty is an injustice; poverty is solvable; and together, we have the power to end it, join us.

CARE seeks an Assistant Country Director – Program (ACD-P) to provide strategic leadership to drive program quality, as well as to develop, implement and scale up CARE Sudan’s humanitarian and development portfolio.

The successful candidate will be a strong technical leader, have solid program management capabilities and effective resource mobilization skills, to ensure the CARE Sudan office has a robust and diverse donor funding base and programs that meet or exceed Program quality and accountability standards.

The ACD-P is responsible for development of program strategies appropriate for the Sudan context and environment, which is associated with chronic poverty, emergency humanitarian needs as well as transition to recovery and resilience building. S/he manages a team of professionals focused on the design, funding, development, implementation, management, monitoring and evaluation of programs and projects. S/he must also ensure that systems, policies, procedures, and people are in place to ensure the proper management and implementation of the programs.

The development, testing and implementation of new innovative program approaches, aligned with the context of Sudan will be a priority for the ACD-P.

S/he is a key member of the Country Office (CO) Leadership team, and as such is responsible for leading and supporting CO initiatives. S/he is responsible for (along with CD) maintaining good working relationships with host country officials, donors, peer agencies and other partners. S/he may be required to be Acting Country Director (CD), when the CD is out of the country.

Key Areas of Responsibility:

  • Program Quality
  • Staff Management
  • Program Management
  • Program Strategy
  • External Relations and Partnerships

Other Qualifications:

  • Five (5) years’ experience in senior management and leadership positions in humanitarian and development programs.
  • Strong background and extensive experience in emergency humanitarian and development programming
  • Master’s Degree or equivalent in relevant field
  • Arabic language fluency is desired

How to apply:

To apply for this position, please visit our website at http://ift.tt/2ClmqqP

Our diversity is our strength; we encourage people from all backgrounds and experiences, particularly women, to apply.

CARE USA is an equal opportunity employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. If you’d like more information about your EEO rights as an applicant under the law, please click here.

The closing date for this posting, if listed, is approximate. Job postings may be removed from CARE's career website at any time.


UN Jobs / NGO Job Vacancy : Somalia: M&E Assistant

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Organization: Adeso
Country: Somalia
Closing date: 14 Jan 2018

ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT

Adeso, formerly known as Horn Relief, is an expanding and vibrant African based international development and humanitarian organization. At Adeso, we work with African communities who are yet to realize their full potential; working inside these communities to create environments in which Africans can thrive. Our belief that economic, social and environmental security is the bedrock of a healthy community drives the nature and intent of our programming. We work to prevent and overcome situations that adversely affect community well-being by: reinvigorating the economy, developing skills for life and work, providing humanitarian aid, and influencing policy.

For the past 20 years we have strengthened rural livelihoods through environmental awareness, training, technology transfer and innovative humanitarian projects in pursuit of a peaceful, self-reliant, and greener future.

Adeso is an exciting and dynamic organization experiencing managed rapid growth. It offers sound employment conditions with opportunities for personal growth and development.

POSITION SUMMARY

The incumbent will be responsible for the day to day Monitoring and evaluations of Adeso interventions of Lower Juba in accordance with the implementation framework and donor guidelines.

POSITION PURPOSE

  1. Be responsible for the day to day field M&E activities implementation for Gedo region.

  2. Ensure timely collection of M&E data.

  3. In liaison with DPM lead, motivate and supervise the field assistant on the proper use of the M&E tools

SPECIFIC ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

· Under the guidance of the M&E officer and Deputy M&E manager, carry out M&E activities implementation in lower juba region

· Support the development and implementation of clear, practical M&E plans.

· Establish data collection systems within programs when requested/review existing data collection tools and systems.

· Support teams – through regular meetings and on the job support - to gather, collate, and analyses monitoring data, as well as to report on findings from monitoring activities.

· Undertake regular visits to the field to support beneficiary accountability processes.

· Participate in the development of templates and guidelines for data gathering, collation and reporting in liaison with Programme managers and coordinators.

· Provide technical support to Programme teams with qualitative and quantitative data analysis and reporting when requested; work with Programme staff to do monthly analysis of output data.

· Improve gathering and use of qualitative data, e.g. through use of case studies.

· Participate in the design and execution of surveys and other assessments; actively collect data where necessary.

· Coordinate and share learning related to M&E practices at the field office level, as well as across offices.

· Conduct beneficiaries’ verification in the project targeted communities

· Provide the necessary information on location, date and procedures of cash payment to targeted beneficiaries

· Continuous monitoring of CMDRR and APFs activities on weekly bases while leasing with SPO or LEDO

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

· University degree in social sciences/another relevant field, or equivalent experience.

· 2 or more years’ experience of data collection, collation, analysis, and report writing.

· Strong organizational and analytical skills and ability to work well under pressure and with minimal supervision.

· Strong interpersonal and community mobilization skills.

· Highly motivated, and flexible.

· Excellent verbal and written skills in English and Somali.

· Excellent computer skills, particularly with Microsoft Excel and other statistical packages (SPSS, EPI info)

· Willing and able to be based and travel regularly within remote areas, where services are limited.


How to apply:

This is a challenging opportunity for a dedicated and highly motivated professional. If you would like to join this dynamic team, please submit your application to jobs@adesoafrica.org, quoting the position in the email subject matter, by 14th January 2018.

Each application should be addressed to the Regional Human Resources Manager and include the following:

· An updated CV; and

· An application letter which should include remuneration requirements and contact information for three work-related referees.

Applications not including all of the above information will not be reviewed. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Adeso is an equal opportunity employer.


UN Jobs / NGO Job Vacancy : Somalia: Community Mobilizer-Maternity Cover

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Organization: Adeso
Country: Somalia
Closing date: 14 Jan 2018

ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT

Adeso, formerly known as Horn Relief, is an expanding and vibrant African based international development and humanitarian organization. At Adeso, we work with African communities who are yet to realize their full potential; working inside these communities to create environments in which Africans can thrive. Our belief that economic, social and environmental security is the bedrock of a healthy community drives the nature and intent of our programming. We work to prevent and overcome situations that adversely affect community well-being by: reinvigorating the economy, developing skills for life and work, providing humanitarian aid, and influencing policy.

For the past 20 years we have strengthened rural livelihoods through environmental awareness, training, technology transfer and innovative humanitarian projects in pursuit of a peaceful, self-reliant, and greener future.

Adeso is an exciting and dynamic organization experiencing managed rapid growth. It offers sound employment conditions with opportunities for personal growth and development.

POSITION SUMMARY

Adeso is seeking four qualified and committed individuals to join the Adeso team as Community Mobilizers (CM). The incumbents will be the project ambassadors in the community and responsible for community engagements, networking and collaboration, conflict resolutions and general community awareness and education. Given the high risk of disaster in the project area, disaster risk reduction will also be an underlying theme of this project as well as a major component. Awareness sessions will be provided to the whole community on ways to mitigate the potential effects of drought and other livelihood-related disasters with the aim of strengthening the livelihood capacities of affected communities and support to increase household incomes by addressing food insecurity and alternative livelihoods in Lower Juba regions.

POSITION PURPOSE

The Community Mobilizer will be responsible for ensuring good community relations between Adeso and the targeted communities and contributing to quality programming through effective implementation of project activities.

SPECIFIC ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The Community Mobilizer will undertake a number of duties and responsibilities, including:

· Conduct Program awareness community meetings at the beginning of the project in project targeted communities/areas

· Organize community public meetings and facilitate VRC selections

· Assist VRC members to develop selection criteria and identify project beneficiaries in the targeted communities.

· Conduct beneficiaries’ verification in the project targeted communities

· Provide the necessary information on location, date and procedures of cash payment to targeted beneficiaries

· Continuous monitoring of CMDRR and APFs activities on weekly bases while leasing with SPO or LEDO

· Provide targeted communities with the opportunity to identify the risks they face within themselves and the actions that can be taken to mitigate these risks through Community Managed DRR Plans.

· Conduct regular monthly community meetings in the project targeted communities

· To collect weekly market price survey on weekly basis.

· Assist in the supervision of the cash payment to the beneficiaries.

· To assist Senior Project Officer to verify the suitability of livelihood options, with a market assessment in the targeted communities

· Conduct data collection and data entry on all monitoring activities of the project

· Be involved in the weekly analysis of the monitoring data

· Any other duties as directed by the supervisor-SPO/ LEDO.

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

· Diploma in community development with extensive experience in Community mobilizations

· Ability to read, write and speak well in English as well as the Somali language

· Must be a national and a resident from the 2 districts(Dhobley/Afmadow) of Lower Jubba region

· Strong morals viz. honesty, transparency, generosity, altruism and respect

· Experience in working in harsh environment an added advantage

· Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish and maintain effective working relations in a team and within the community.


How to apply:

This is a challenging opportunity for a dedicated and highly motivated professional. If you would like to join this dynamic team, please submit your application to jobs@adesoafrica.org, quoting the position in the email subject matter, by 14th January 2018.

Each application should be addressed to the Regional Human Resources Manager and include the following:

· An updated CV; and

· An application letter which should include remuneration requirements and contact information for three work-related referees.

Applications not including all of the above information will not be reviewed. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Adeso is an equal opportunity employer.


UN Jobs / NGO Job Vacancy : Somalia: Community Mobilizer-Afmadow

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Organization: Adeso
Country: Somalia
Closing date: 14 Jan 2018

ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT

Adeso, formerly known as Horn Relief, is an expanding and vibrant African based international development and humanitarian organization. At Adeso, we work with African communities who are yet to realize their full potential; working inside these communities to create environments in which Africans can thrive. Our belief that economic, social and environmental security is the bedrock of a healthy community drives the nature and intent of our programming. We work to prevent and overcome situations that adversely affect community well-being by: reinvigorating the economy, developing skills for life and work, providing humanitarian aid, and influencing policy.

For the past 20 years we have strengthened rural livelihoods through environmental awareness, training, technology transfer and innovative humanitarian projects in pursuit of a peaceful, self-reliant, and greener future.

Adeso is an exciting and dynamic organization experiencing managed rapid growth. It offers sound employment conditions with opportunities for personal growth and development.

POSITION SUMMARY

Adeso is seeking four qualified and committed individuals to join the Adeso team as Community Mobilizers (CM). The incumbents will be the project ambassadors in the community and responsible for community engagements, networking and collaboration, conflict resolutions and general community awareness and education. Given the high risk of disaster in the project area, disaster risk reduction will also be an underlying theme of this project as well as a major component. Awareness sessions will be provided to the whole community on ways to mitigate the potential effects of drought and other livelihood-related disasters with the aim of strengthening the livelihood capacities of affected communities and support to increase household incomes by addressing food insecurity and alternative livelihoods in Lower Juba regions.

POSITION PURPOSE

The Community Mobilizer will be responsible for ensuring good community relations between Adeso and the targeted communities and contributing to quality programming through effective implementation of project activities.

SPECIFIC ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The Community Mobilizer will undertake a number of duties and responsibilities, including:

· Conduct Program awareness community meetings at the beginning of the project in project targeted communities/areas

· Organize community public meetings and facilitate VRC selections

· Assist VRC members to develop selection criteria and identify project beneficiaries in the targeted communities.

· Conduct beneficiaries’ verification in the project targeted communities

· Provide the necessary information on location, date and procedures of cash payment to targeted beneficiaries

· Continuous monitoring of CMDRR and APFs activities on weekly bases while leasing with SPO or LEDO

· Provide targeted communities with the opportunity to identify the risks they face within themselves and the actions that can be taken to mitigate these risks through Community Managed DRR Plans.

· Conduct regular monthly community meetings in the project targeted communities

· To collect weekly market price survey on weekly basis.

· Assist in the supervision of the cash payment to the beneficiaries.

· To assist Senior Project Officer to verify the suitability of livelihood options, with a market assessment in the targeted communities

· Conduct data collection and data entry on all monitoring activities of the project

· Be involved in the weekly analysis of the monitoring data

· Any other duties as directed by the supervisor-SPO/ LEDO.

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

· Diploma in community development with extensive experience in Community mobilizations

· Ability to read, write and speak well in English as well as the Somali language

· Must be a national and a resident from the 2 districts(Dhobley/Afmadow) of Lower Jubba region

· Strong morals viz. honesty, transparency, generosity, altruism and respect

· Experience in working in harsh environment an added advantage

· Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish and maintain effective working relations in a team and within the community.


How to apply:

This is a challenging opportunity for a dedicated and highly motivated professional. If you would like to join this dynamic team, please submit your application to jobs@adesoafrica.org, quoting the position in the email subject matter, by 14th January 2018.

Each application should be addressed to the Regional Human Resources Manager and include the following:

· An updated CV; and

· An application letter which should include remuneration requirements and contact information for three work-related referees.

Applications not including all of the above information will not be reviewed. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Adeso is an equal opportunity employer.


Job Vacancy: 163348

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December 28, 2017 at 02:00AM

Job Title: 163348


IMF: 163348 in 163348. Closing date: 1970-01-01
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Job Vacancy: 163568

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December 28, 2017 at 02:00AM

Job Title: 163568


IMF: 163568 in 163568. Closing date: 1970-01-01
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Job Vacancy: 163629

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December 29, 2017 at 02:00AM

Job Title: 163629


IMF: 163629 in 163629. Closing date: 1970-01-01
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PROJECT TIPPING POINT INTERN (PREVENTING CHILD MARRIAGE)

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CARE is seeking a Project Tipping Point Intern whose task is to package and produce various products speaking to the experience of Phase 1 of Tipping Point. This will include briefs, video clips, newsletters. The intern will also be in tasked with making regular additions and updates to the project website on WordPress.    Learning Objectives: The intern will have an opportunity to apply their skills to translate CARE's programming knowledge into visual design products for our peers, stakeholders, and documentation purposes and create content for different audiences. Responsibilities: Updating and cleaning up the project website; Formatting documents about different Tipping Point events and short reports into CARE branded template and putting on website; Designing the quarterly newsletter.   Qualifications: Proficient in English (Verbal & Written) Proficient in MS Skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access) B.A. in Graphic Design or other related field WordPress, Creative Cloud experience, graphic design, motion graphics, video editing Anticipated Timing of Internship:   January - May, 2018, 20 hours per week  

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Transition Advisor - USAID/OTI job in Washington, D.C.

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The Kaizen Company The Kaizen Company (Kaizen) is a dynamic, fast-moving company that implements prime projects for USAID and the State Department. We specialize in strengthening local actors to achieve development and stability outcomes. Kaizen works in conflict/ post-c...

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Project Assistant-Government & Military job in Marlborough, Massachusetts

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Tetra Tech Tetra Tech is a leading provider of consulting, engineering, and technical services worldwide. Our reputation rests on the technical expertise and dedication of our employees—16,000 people working together across disciplines and time zones to provide s...

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Senior International Trade Policy Officer job in London, United Kingdom

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UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy BEIS is a new department at the heart of the Government’s agenda, with a vision of an economy that works for everyone. We are responsible for developing and delivering a comprehensive industrial strategy and leading the Government’s relationship with b...

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Public Information Officer, P3 job in New York, New York

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UN Department of Public Information This position is located in the Development Section of the Communications Campaigns Service, within the Strategic Communications Division (SCD), Department of Public Information (DPI). The incumbent will report to the Chief of the Development Section. ...

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Operations Team Leader job in New York, New York

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Action Against Hunger YOU'LL CONTRIBUTE TO ENDING WORLD HUNGER BY ... being responsible for ensuring quality and integrity of Action Against Hunger-USA operations in Haiti and Cambodia. You will oversee the interventions throughout the programming cycle and ensure compli...

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OI Deputy Director A&C (Advocacy Offices) & Head of EU Office job in Brussels, Belgium

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Oxfam International Oxfam International is unable to guarantee the obtaining of a work permit for the role. Candidates must have and be able to retain the legal right to work in the EU. One person in three in the world lives in poverty. Oxfam is determined to change th...

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Vice Provost for International Affairs job in Fort Collins, Colorado

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Colorado State University Colorado State University (CSU) invites applications for the position of Vice Provost for International Affairs. The university seeks candidates who are visionary, entrepreneurial, collaborative leaders with demonstrated success and proven effectivenes...

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Digital Media Intern job in New York, New York

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Church World Service (CWS) Church World Service (CWS) is a not-for-profit organization working to eradicate hunger and poverty and to promote peace and justice around the world. CWS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gend...

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Head of Communications job in Washington, D.C.

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International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) Appointment Duration: 3 Year HarvestPlus seeks a highly-motivated, creative and experienced Head of Communications to join our team. The successful candidate will expand HarvestPlus’ increasing visibility and prestige as the leader of the global bio...

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Director - Department of Social Affairs job in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

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African Union The Director of Social Affairs shall play a leadership role in ensuring the overall coherence of social development programs and in promoting, monitoring and evaluating associated policies and strategies. He will lead in developing partnership relation...

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Business Development Manager, EIU - Public Policy, Economics, Politics job in New York, New York

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The Economist Group The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) is the research and analysis division of The Economist Group and the world leader in global business intelligence.  Created in 1946, we have 70 years’ experience in helping businesses and governments to understand ...

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Global Trade – Authorization Owner job in El Segundo, California

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Raytheon Manage the execution of export/import authorizations (Licenses, Agreements, Exemptions/Exceptions, etc.) under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR) as well as ensure compliance for all activit...

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Program Manager, Impact Evaluation job in Arlington, Virginia

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Social Impact Social Impact is a trusted provider of independent, rigorous impact evaluations. SI’s Impact Evaluation (IE) Division emphasizes methodological rigor, while realizing that each evaluation occurs in a unique operating environment. We customize every imp...

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UN Jobs Vacancy : Public Information Officer

UN Job Vacancy

Level : P-3
Job ID : 88096
Job Network : Public Information and Conference Management
Job Family : Public Information
Department/Office : Department of Public Information
Duty Station : NEW YORK
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/29/2017
Deadline : 2/11/2018

UN Jobs Vacancy : Chief, Contractual Work Unit

UN Job Vacancy

Level : P-4
Job ID : 88142
Job Network : Public Information and Conference Management
Job Family : Language
Department/Office : Division Of Conference Management
Duty Station : GENEVA
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/29/2017
Deadline : 2/11/2018

UN Jobs Vacancy : Sustainable Development Officer

UN Job Vacancy

Level : P-3
Job ID : 89693
Job Network : Economic, Social and Development
Job Family : Sustainable Development
Department/Office : Department of Economic and Social Affairs
Duty Station : NEW YORK
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/29/2017
Deadline : 2/11/2018

UN Jobs Vacancy : Statistician

UN Job Vacancy

Level : P-4
Job ID : 89748
Job Network : Economic, Social and Development
Job Family : Statistics
Department/Office : Department of Economic and Social Affairs
Duty Station : NEW YORK
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/29/2017
Deadline : 2/11/2018

UN Jobs Vacancy : Legal Officer

UN Job Vacancy

Level : P-4
Job ID : 90206
Job Network : Legal
Job Family : Legal Affairs
Department/Office : Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate
Duty Station : NEW YORK
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/29/2017
Deadline : 2/11/2018

UN Jobs Vacancy : Sales and Marketing Assistant [Temporary]

UN Job Vacancy

Level : G-5
Job ID : 90219
Job Network : Public Information and Conference Management
Job Family : Public Information
Department/Office : Department of Public Information
Duty Station : NEW YORK
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/29/2017
Deadline : 1/6/2018

UN Jobs Vacancy : Security Coordination Officer

UN Job Vacancy

Level : P-3
Job ID : 90701
Job Network : Internal Security and Safety
Job Family : Security
Department/Office : United Nations Organisation Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Duty Station : GOMA
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/29/2017
Deadline : 1/12/2018

UN Jobs Vacancy : Security Coordination Officer

UN Job Vacancy

Level : P-3
Job ID : 90737
Job Network : Internal Security and Safety
Job Family : Security
Department/Office : United Nations Organisation Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Duty Station : KINSHASA
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/29/2017
Deadline : 1/12/2018

UN Jobs Vacancy : POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER

UN Job Vacancy

Level : P-3
Job ID : 90849
Job Network : Political, Peace and Humanitarian
Job Family : Political Affairs
Department/Office : United Nations Organisation Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Duty Station : KINSHASA
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/29/2017
Deadline : 1/12/2018

UN Jobs Vacancy : Political Affairs Officer

UN Job Vacancy

Level : P-3
Job ID : 90853
Job Network : Political, Peace and Humanitarian
Job Family : Political Affairs
Department/Office : United Nations Organisation Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Duty Station : GOMA
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/29/2017
Deadline : 1/12/2018

UN Jobs Vacancy : Political Affairs Officer [Temporary]

UN Job Vacancy

Level : P-3
Job ID : 90855
Job Network : Political, Peace and Humanitarian
Job Family : Political Affairs
Department/Office : United Nations Organisation Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Duty Station : KINSHASA
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 12/29/2017
Deadline : 1/4/2018

UN Jobs Vacancy : Human Rights Officer (Transitional Justice)

UN Job Vacancy

Level : P-4
Job ID : 90903
Job Network : Political, Peace and Humanitarian
Job Family : Human Rights Affairs
Department/Office : United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali
Duty Station : BAMAKO
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Posted Date : 12/29/2017
Deadline : 1/12/2018

UN Jobs Vacancy : Human Rights Officer (Capacity Building)

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Level : P-4
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Deadline : 1/12/2018

UN Jobs Vacancy : Chief of Staff

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Level : D-2
Job ID : 90907
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Department/Office : Office of the Under-Secretary-General for Management
Duty Station : NEW YORK
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Posted Date : 12/29/2017
Deadline : 2/11/2018

UN Jobs Vacancy : INTERN - LEGAL AFFAIRS [Temporary]

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Level : I-1
Job ID : 90910
Job Network : Legal
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Department/Office : United Nations Secretariat
Duty Station : NEW YORK
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Posted Date : 12/29/2017
Deadline : 6/27/2018

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Public Information Officer

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Level : P-3
Job ID : 88096
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Chief, Contractual Work Unit

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Sustainable Development Officer

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Statistician

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Legal Officer

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Security Coordination Officer

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Security Coordination Officer

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POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER

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Political Affairs Officer

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Political Affairs Officer [Temporary]

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Human Rights Officer (Transitional Justice)

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Human Rights Officer (Capacity Building)

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Chief of Staff

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UN Jobs / NGO Job Vacancy : United States of America: BUSINESS INSIGHTS AND ANALYTICS MANAGER

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Organization: CARE USA
Country: United States of America
Closing date: 29 Jan 2018

CARE has taken on ambitious transformational agenda and we need great talent to support us!

CARE is looking for an intellectually curious Business Insights and Analytics Manager (BI) to lead the development of and provide business intelligence for managing a ${esc.dollar}500M portfolio across 35 country offices for the International Programs and Operations (IPO) department. The incumbent will identify and predict strategic trends, conduct BI needs assessments, and work with Country Directors and other CARE USA leadership to streamline business process changes across the enterprise.

The BI Manager will provide thought leadership and execute improvements that adapt our internal processes to increase the efficiency, speed, and quality of BI analyses for leadership. We expect this person to lead change processes and continual improvement processes to improve and refine our use of data and analytics for decision-making.

The BI manager will:

  • Review and analyze the performance of CARE USA's country offices and regional teams along the dimensions of finance, operations, and compliance through the regular convening of relevant stakeholders; Leading those conversations and leading and implementing process improvement recommendations to global management.
  • Lead the consolidation and review of the Country Office Monthly Financial and Management Reporting Tool (COMFORT) reports quarterly in conjunction with the regional management teams;
  • Write brief reports on country office and regional activities for regular reporting cycles;
  • Develop data visualizations, and communicate broadly throughout the organization about results.

The Ideal candidate will be comfortable leading and navigating change; have a high degree of emotional intelligence, excellent communication skills, strong analytical skills; be able to identify trends and tell stories with data; be highly skilled with Excel and other cloud-based analytical tools, and enjoys finding elegant solutions to complex problems and tasks. He/she must also possess excellent cross-cultural skills and relationship skills, and should enjoy a fast-paced environment and be comfortable "in the gray," moving between routine and disruption with ease. Strong self-starter with a clear vision on how to adapt leadership styles depending on the situation, and who can identify trends and think critically about challenges and lead on both developing and providing solutions in concert with other partners within the organization engaged in data, analytics, and BI needs.

Responsibilities:

  • Performance management: develop BI insights for global portfolio management improvement
  • Annual planning and financial management
  • Conduct risk and issues registry analysis for the Compliance Program
  • Client Relationship Management
  • Country office senior leadership orientation (COSLO)
  • HQ strategic coordination

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience, and familiarity or experience with business intelligence or business analytics/data analytics.
  • 7-10 years’ experience in line management or project management, ideally in a non-profit setting.
  • Understanding of international development or humanitarian work, NGO business models; familiarity with the operating contexts in which CARE works.
  • Must be fluent in Excel;
  • Familiarity with PeopleSoft or other data platforms;
  • Have excellent written and verbal communication skills; must be able to work with diverse stakeholders within the organization.
  • Fluency in MS Office 365 suite including SharePoint and other collaboration tools also desirable.
  • Must be comfortable making presentations and be able to communicate with clarity for impact.

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UN Jobs / NGO Job Vacancy : United States of America: GLOBAL HELP DESK MANAGER

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Organization: CARE USA
Country: United States of America
Closing date: 29 Jan 2018

Are you excited about leading transformational change at an organization that impacts millions of lives globally?

CARE is seeking a Global Help Desk Manager who will be a critical part of the Digital User Advocacy team, driving digital transformation at CARE through the advocacy, support, and proactive engagement of our users - CARE USA's 5,000+ staff in over 40 countries.

The responsibilities will stretch across the functions of the digital team; supporting users in getting seamless, personalized and guided help across all systems and hardware managed by Infrastructure, Applications, and Data Management. H/she will report to the Senior Director, User Advocacy and work together to ensure staff is advocated for, supported, proactively communicated with, listened to, and educated to achieve the highest level of excellence through their digital experiences at CARE.

This will be a significant shift in the prior approach to digital and technology at CARE, and along with the User Advocacy team, the Digital Support Specialist will have a major responsibility in actively influencing a cultural shift at CARE. This culture shift will not only be more digitally enabled, but will support CARE staff recognizing digital solutions as a strategic enabler in CARE's approach to save lives, defeat poverty, and achieve social justice.

The Global Help Desk Manager whose role will be specifically responsible for (1) managing and leading global support (help desk and knowledge base) for staff in addressing and resolving issues around their digital experience including systems and hardware, and delivering solutions in plain language (2) creating, implementing and continuously improving business processes to deliver reliable, knowledgeable, friendly, and timely user support (3) managing a ticketing system to ensure effective management and accountability, measuring the support team's efforts, and ensuring meeting SLAs, (4) managing and coordinating a team of help desk technicians in delivering seamless support to end users across the organization

The Global Help Desk Manager will have excellent verbal and written communications skills, a positive attitude and well-developed patience, a strong sense of mission and values, proven experience delivering optimal customer support solutions, an eagerness to shape and lead a digital transformation at CARE, a strong sense of leading change through transparency and empowering others with knowledge, and the ability to quickly implement and communicate changes while still working through a larger vision and strategy.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide consistent, personalized, reliable, and friendly support that will help guide staff through making the change to a higher level of digital expertise and achieving an excellent digital experience at CARE
  • Provide 1:1 direct support via email, phone, in-person, and/or virtually as needed
  • Work with the communications staff to help implement change management strategies and plans that maximize employee engagement in the digital transformation and adoption and usage of tools, systems, and hardware to enable them to do their work without being inhibited by technology
  • Oversee administration, support, and personalized assistance for digital tools, systems, and hardware to all staff
  • Use engagement opportunities with staff to provide education through best practices, policy, and guidance, and use cases for effectively using tools, systems and hardware that empower the CAREglobal workforce
  • Build and maintain strong, trustworthy relationships with end users
  • Gather user feedback and report back to the Digital team so that it can be incorporated and acted on as needed to identify solutions, create training, instructions, policy/guidance
  • Consistently advocate for the staff at CARE USA by having a thorough understanding of the digital operations, always ensuring a positive experience for end users
  • Work across the Digital team (Infrastructure, Applications, Data Management) to resolve issues and concerns for end-users in a timely and effective manner
  • Ensure support efforts and execution strategically align with training functionality and communications
  • Utilize multiple digital channels and opportunities to consistently interface with end users and help shift the organizational culture to be engaged in the digital transformation by being available, reliable and responsive at all times
  • Work with the training and support staff to increase user adoption by creating and implementing strategies to target high-needs users and key stakeholders as well as general users
  • Provide backup support as needed to the Digital training team and communications staff

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree, or equivalent combination of education and work experience required
  • 5+ years of customer support experience
  • Previous experience developing customer support
  • Demonstrated proficiency in communicating complex technical ideas in plain language to users both verbal and written
  • Demonstrated experience with enterprise software help desk/ticketing system such as Zendesk, Salesforce, Microsoft Office 365, Skype
  • Strong time management and organizational skills, detail-oriented and takes initiative to tackle challenges
  • Meets deadlines and clearly communicates any deviations from planned timeline
  • Committed to working collaboratively with highly diverse teams, and many different types of people
  • Ability to work quickly and patiently as part of a team

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UN Jobs / NGO Job Vacancy : United States of America: DIGITAL TRAINING MANAGER

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Organization: CARE USA
Country: United States of America
Closing date: 29 Jan 2018

Are you excited about leading transformational change at an organization that impacts millions of lives globally?

We are seeking a Digital Training Manager who will be a critical part of the Digital User Advocacy team, driving digital transformation at CARE through the advocacy, support, education and proactive engagement of our users - CARE USA's 5,000+ staff in over 40 countries.
The responsibilities will stretch across the functions of the digital team; supporting users in learning tools, systems and hardware managed by Infrastructure, Applications, and Data Management. H/she will report to the Senior Director, User Advocacy and work together to ensure staff is advocated for, supported, proactively communicated with, listened to, and trained to achieve the highest level of excellence through their digital experiences at CARE.

This will be a significant shift in the prior approach to digital and technology at CARE, and along with the User Advocacy team, the Digital Training Manager will have a major responsibility in actively influencing a cultural shift at CARE. This culture shift will not only be more digitally enabled, but will support CARE staff recognizing digital solutions as a strategic enabler in CARE's approach to save lives, defeat poverty, and achieve social justice.

CARE is seeking a Digital Training Manager whose role will be specifically responsible for developing and leading training programs to support a global staff in acquiring and maintaining the necessary skillsets to be successful using a wide range of enterprise software to conduct business across the organization, such as customer relationship management software (CRM), online office productivity software, video conferencing, Mac and PC laptops and mobile phones, and other identified systems and hardware as needed.

He/she will lead, develop and manage a scalable organization-wide digital training program that is aligned to the Digital team’s objectives and goals as mapped to the organization’s needs. The Digital Training Manager will be responsible for developing training materials, guides, SOPs, policies, and strategy for end-users and create an easily accessible knowledge center of resources. He/she will manage a globally dispersed team of trainers tasked with delivering training and education to users. Additionally, he/she will ensure digital knowledge and excellence in using technology seamlessly to work collaboratively and meet business needs.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide scalable training solutions such as in-person and virtual trainings, and regular office hours/one-on-one training for users at all levels
  • Provide education through best practices, education on policy, and use cases for effectively using tools, systems and hardware that empower the CARE global workforce
  • Manage a device laboratory to help staff learn and adopt mobile devices that enable them to work from wherever they need
  • Build and maintain strong, trustworthy relationships with end users
  • Gather user feedback, monitor, evaluate and report on training program performance
  • Consistently advocate for the staff at CARE USA by having a thorough understanding of the digital operations, always ensuring a positive experience for end users
  • Ensure training initiatives and execution strategically align with user support functionality, user advocacy, and communications
  • Proactively engage and communicate with the global population of CARE employees on all digital training initiatives that impact them as users
  • Utilize multiple digital channels and opportunities to interface with end users during training to help shift the organizational culture to be engaged in the digital transformation
  • Responsible for the planning, implementation, and definition of success metrics and measuring progress of the Digital Training Team
  • Increase user adoption by creating and implementing strategies to target high-needs users and key stakeholders as well as general users
  • Incorporate user feedback from training and user engagement into communication and knowledge resources for users
  • Serve as a subject matter expert and advise on enterprise tools, hardware (including Mac and PC devices) & solutions supported by the Digital team
  • Provide backup support as needed for communications and help desk management

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree, or equivalent combination of education and work experience required
  • 2+ years leading digital training programs
  • Previous experience developing and managing modern training programs
  • Demonstrated proficiency in communicating complex technical ideas in plain language to users
  • Strong time management and organizational skills, detail-oriented and takes initiative to tackle challenges
  • Ability to work quickly and patiently as part of a highly diverse team and global user base

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UN Jobs / NGO Job Vacancy : United States of America: DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER

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Organization: CARE USA
Country: United States of America
Closing date: 29 Jan 2018

CARE has taken on an ambitious agenda and we need great talent to join us!

Are you excited about leading transformational change at an organization that impacts millions of lives globally?

We are seeking a Digital Communications Manager who will be a critical part of the Digital User Advocacy team, driving digital transformation at CARE through the advocacy, support, and proactive engagement of our users - CARE USA's 5,000+ staff in over 40 countries.

The responsibilities will stretch across the functions of the digital team; supporting users in understanding the digital transformation initiatives managed by Infrastructure, Applications, and Data Management. H/she will report to the Senior Director, User Advocacy and work together to ensure staff is advocated for, supported, proactively communicated with, listened to, and educated to achieve the highest level of excellence through their digital experiences at CARE.

This will be a significant shift in the prior approach to digital and technology at CARE, and along with the User Advocacy team, the Internal Communications Manager will have a major responsibility in actively influencing a cultural shift at CARE. This culture shift will not only be more digitally enabled, but will support CARE staff recognizing digital solutions as a strategic enabler in CARE's approach to save lives, defeat poverty, and achieve social justice.

The Digital Communications Manager's role will be specifically responsible for (1) developing and leading communications strategies and efforts to support a global staff in understanding the Digital team and the changes that impact them as users, (2) listening to, understanding and making sure the needs of the users are incorporated and advocated for throughout the digital transformation, (3) managing on-going, regular and transparent communications in plain language to deliver to all CARE staff to keep them informed about the status of Digital systems and initiatives, and (4) publicly telling the story of CARE's digital transformation.

The Digital Communications Manager will have excellent verbal and written communications skills, a strong sense of mission and values, an eagerness to shape and lead a digital transformation at CARE, a strong sense of leading change through transparency and empowering others with knowledge, and the ability to quickly implement and communicate changes while still working through a larger vision and strategy.

Responsibilities:

  • Understand, compose, and share the narrative of CARE's digital transformation via a blog, social media, and other media channels
  • Proactively and consistently engage and communicate with the global population of CARE employees to inform and educate them ensuring knowledge of the Digital team, initiatives, changes, and system status
  • Draft timely and effective communications for organization-wide distribution regarding all Digital related initiatives and efforts
  • Design professional-quality, user-friendly materials
  • Manage the Digital team’s system status page and provide updates as needed
  • Ensure transparency and openness from the Digital team and develop a foundation of trust with users, serving as a liaison between the Digital team and end users helping to raise and address concerns and questions
  • Build and maintain strong, trustworthy relationships with end users
  • Consistently advocate for the staff at CARE USA by having a thorough understanding of the digital operations, always ensuring a positive experience for end users
  • Work across the Digital team (Infrastructure, Applications, Data Management) to develop training materials, guides, SOPs, policies, and strategy for end-users and create an easily accessible knowledge center of resources
  • Ensure communication efforts and execution strategically align with user support functionality, user advocacy, and training
  • Utilize multiple digital channels and opportunities to consistently interface with end users and help shift the organizational culture to be engaged in the digital transformation
  • Work with the training and support staff to increase user adoption by creating and implementing strategies to target high-needs users and key stakeholders as well as general users
  • Incorporate user feedback into communication and knowledge resources for users
  • Advise on crafting policy and guidance for the use of tools, systems and hardware

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree, or equivalent combination of education and work experience required
  • 2+ years leading internal communications on digital initiatives
  • Previous experience with developing and managing communications strategies, social media, and internal communications around modern digital solutions
  • Demonstrated proficiency in communicating complex technical ideas in plain language
  • Proven operational agility
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and effectively - both oral and written
  • Demonstrated experience with enterprise systems such as Salesforce, Microsoft Office 365, Skype

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UN Jobs / NGO Job Vacancy : Panama: Consultancy, Child Road Injury Prevention

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Organization: UN Children's Fund
Country: Panama
Closing date: 13 Jan 2018

BACKGROUND AND JUSTIFACTION

The 2010 Global Burden of Disease Study indicated that although fewer children are dying each year from childhood illnesses, more and more people are dying and being injured by road injuries. Road traffic injuries now account for a third of the world’s injuries and, in turn, these injuries have brought about a loss of 76 million disability-adjusted life years. If no action is taken, road injuries will likely become the fifth leading cause of death globally by 2030[1]. A similar pattern is seen in the Latin America and Caribbean region.

The World Report on Child Injury Prevention[2] (WHO and UNICEF 2008) also described road traffic injury as both a social equity and development issue where children and young people are among the most vulnerable. Children are too often exposed to unsafe road environments, even though interventions to prevent road traffic injury are proven, measureable and readily available. These programmes and strategies have been outlined in the 2011-2020 Global Plan for the Decade of Action for Road Safety.

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) include two targets to measure progress on road injury reduction by 2030. Target 3.6 aims to ‘halve the number of global deaths and injuries from road traffic accidents’ by 2020. Target 11.2 aims to ‘provide access to safe, affordable, accessible and sustainable transport systems for all’ by 2030.

In 2015, and in collaboration with the FIA Foundation, UNICEF began preliminary programme work on Child Road Traffic Injury Prevention in China, Viet Nam and South Africa. These interventions demonstrated results particularly in the development of national strategic responses. Subsequently, in April 2016, UNICEF signed an agreement for a Child Road Traffic Injury Programme to be implemented until 30 June 2018. Six additional countries were selected for programme implementation, three of which in Latin America and Caribbean region.

The goal of this programme is to support the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Targets 3.6 and 11.2 on protecting children from death and injury on the roads and providing a safe journey to school for every child in line with the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Given the inclusion of 3 countries from the LAC region, the LAC Regional Office, within the scope of its Regional Plan 2018-2021, is seeking to contribute to this important emerging agenda by:

  • In collaboration with HQ, provide technical assistance to selected country offices, taking into consideration the particularity of each of the selected countries;
  • Provide a regional perspective to ensure that these pilot projects are documented and shared, to amplify the effects of the project beyond the selected countries;
  • Ensure that the issue of child injury prevention becomes part of the broader advocacy led by LACRO with regional and sub-regional institutions and governments for political commitment, incorporation into public policies, legislations and national budgets allocation;
  • Promote regional and sub-regional partnerships with key actors in the region;
  • Contribute to global guidance for UNICEF country offices in programming on road safety;
  • Promote multi-country evidence generation in the areas outlines in the objectives of the programme

MAIN TASKS RELATED TO THE JOB

The overall objective of the consultancy is to support the achievements on LACRO’s role in the regional road safety agenda as outlined above.

The specific tasks related to this consultancy are:

  • Collect and document regional, sub-regional and national experiences, case and field studies of child road traffic injury prevention programmes and projects in Latin America and the Caribbean
  • Identify opportunities and needs for UNICEF’s engagement in child road injury prevention in LAC, including multi-country evidence generation in the area of child road injury prevention
  • Coordinate the preparation and organization of a workshop for the UNICEF country offices implementing child road injury prevention and their counterparts and to document its key results in a meeting report
  • Support the Regional Health Adviser in preparations and documentation, as needed, for UNICEF’s contribution to FISEVI 2018
  • Contribute to global guidance for UNICEF country offices in programming on injury prevention
  • Update a mapping of regional and sub-regional partners and partnership involved in child road injury prevention
  • In close collaboration with HQ, provide technical assistance to the 3 country offices in LAC implementing the child road traffic injury prevention projects, including in the documentation of their experience

Systematise the available information related to child injury prevention in written documents (concept notes, PPT presentations), according to the needs

DELIVERABLES

  • A compendium of regional, sub-regional and national experiences, case and field studies of child road traffic injury prevention programmes and projects in Latin America and the Caribbean
  • A series of 3 case studies of UNICEF child road traffic injury prevention projects
  • Meeting report of the workshop for the UNICEF country offices implementing child road injury prevention and their counterparts
  • A draft strategy of UNICEF’s engagement in child road traffic injury prevention programmes and projects in Latin America and the Caribbean (including mapping of regional and sub-regional partners and partnership and evidence generation needs)

QUALIFICATIONS AND SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

  • Three to five years of experience in public health, road traffic injury prevention, or related fields;
  • Advanced university degree in public health, epidemiology or related field;
  • Proven analytical and data management skills;
  • Fluent in oral and written English and Spanish; French and/or Portuguese is an added advantage.

ESTIMATED DURATION OF THE CONTRACT AND PROPOSAL

5 months consultancy, from February to June 2018

Reporting Responsibilities/supervision

The consultant will be supervised by the Regional Health Adviser in UNICEF LACRO.

CONSULTANTS WORK PLACE

The hired consultant can work from UNICEF LACRO in Panama City or remotely. If travel is required, travel costs will be covered by UNICEF and DSAs will apply per corporate guidance.

HONORARIA & FEES:

Applicants are requested to submit an economic proposal for the consultancy.

CLOSING DATE:

The deadline to receive applications is 12 January, 2018.

UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply.


How to apply:

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UN Jobs / NGO Job Vacancy : Somalia: Temporary Appointment: Health Manager (Polio Team Lead), P-4, Mogadishu, Somalia (364 days)

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Organization: UN Children's Fund
Country: Somalia
Closing date: 12 Jan 2018

UNICEF works in 190 countries and territories to protect the rights of every child. UNICEF has spent 70 years working to improve the lives of children and their families. Defending children's rights throughout their lives requires a global presence, aiming to produce results and understand their effects. UNICEF believes all children have a right to survive, thrive and fulfill their potential – to the benefit of a better world. For every child,a champion

UNICEF Somalia played a key role in making sure that child-focused data, with attention to gender and minorities, was included in the country’s first national development plan in 30 years. We have been tackling issues such as child mortality, better access to health services, severe malnutrition, and stronger child rights. We are working with partners to address the country’s alarming food insecurity and malnutrition levels. We have provided wide scale treatment to children under-5 for severe acute malnutrition, and vaccinations against measles and polio. We also provided emergency life-saving health services to women and children in high risk areas. We have conducted wide scale testing for HIV/AIDS and provided antiretroviral therapy to both adults and children.

Join our team and help create impact for every child.

How can you make a difference?

The Health section of the UNICEF Somalia Office seeks to recruit a highly qualified polio/routine immunization professional for 364 days period to support the Ministry of Health immunization initiatives to further strengthen the immunization, cold chain & communication to effectively support immunization efforts.Support UNICEF’s efforts in intensification of activities to develop and implement the Strategic Outbreak Response and Routine Immunizations Improvement Plans. UNICEF requires additional support with high-level coordination of all the various streams of work and efforts in close collaboration with the regional office, MOH, WHO and partners.

  • Oversee the UNICEF polio program staff, which includes a Communication for Development (C4D) Specialist and a Program Assistant and work closely with the Immunization specialist (EPI manager).
  • Coordinate internally within UNICEF (EPI, Health, C4D, Supply, Logistics, Nutrition, WASH staff) and provide support and advice as needed.
  • Review the comprehensive budget of UNICEF’s polio components in the program, Routine EPI activities and accelerated disease control initiatives whilst providing feedback to all relevant staff and advise resource allocation.
  • Ensure timely budgets are prepared and shared with regional office & HQ, funds are timely dispatched to the implementing partners through being actively involved in grant management and fund disbursement.
  • Oversee the polio supply and logistics staff and ensure vaccines and related supplies are timely dispatched at the zones. Forecast OPV requirements for campaigns and supplementary immunization activities and make timely requests for procurement with supply division.
  • Develop briefings for the Chief of Health to flag urgent matters pertaining to polio activities which will require his support and intervention to address any bottlenecks facing the program.
  • Together with technical staff, coordinate closely with WHO, MOH and other partners, and together represent UNICEF at all polio eradication & EPI related meetings, and provide feedback to all relevant staff.
  • In close collaboration with MOH, WHO and others partners, provide technical assistance to the national and zonal colleagues in developing clear implementation plans, and aid in the supervision, monitoring and evaluation & capacity building of zonal colleagues & frontline workers in developing clear, evidence based, budgeted, implementation plan, and aid its supervision, monitoring and evaluation.
  • Represent UNICEF-Somalia polio program on national, regional, and international conference calls and meetings such as the Technical advisory group meetings.
  • Provide monthly (or more often as requested) a report on the cold chain system and vaccine stocks & wastage to include cold-chain, OPV vaccines availabilities and requirements in each district for upcoming polio campaigns and routine EPI vaccines & programme logistics.
  • Gather, consolidate information on polio activities, Routine Immunization & Supplementary immunization activities from the regions & districts; summarize and analyze available data to help guide the program, identify priorities and communicate with management & regional office.
  • Provide summary of progress in implementing the plan and top priorities to the involved colleagues in relation to UNICEF’s responsibilities. Follow-up of its utilization by partners and liquidation of DCTs & utilization of supplies. Oversee various modalities of agreements with partners & implementing agencies to ensure deliverables, compliance to program & budget guidelines and monitoring results.
  • Conduct monitoring visits within Somalia (all regions, as necessary) with aim of addressing any bottlenecks that may arise.
  • Any other requests from the Chief of Health.

Qualification of Successful Candidate

  • Education: Advanced university degree or equivalent background in Public Health, Medical Sciences, or relevant areas.
  • Work Experience:8 years of progressive responsibility in Polio Eradication Initiative, project management, monitoring and evaluation, at national level. Demonstrated experience working on immunization activities with nomadic and pastoralist communities and routine immunization would be an asset. Previous working experience with UN especially UNICEF and polio outbreak response highly desirable.
  • Language Proficiency:Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of the local working language of the duty station is an asset.

For every Child, you demonstrate…

Our core values of Commitment, Diversity and Integrity and core competencies in Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results.

This position is classified as “rotational” which means the incumbent is expected to rotate to another duty station upon completion of their tour of duty.

UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply.

Remarks

* The successful candidate for this emergency recruitment MUST be available to commence work within 31 days of receivingan offer.

* Please note that this is a non-family duty station.

* Employment is conditional upon receipt of medical clearance, any clearance required, the grant of a visa, and completion of any other pre-employment criteria that UNICEF may establish. Candidates may not be further considered or offers of employment may be withdrawn if these conditions are unlikely to be met before the date for commencement of service.


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/2pWgHmj


UN Jobs / NGO Job Vacancy : Democratic Republic of the Congo: Analyste Protection (AP) pour la République démocratique du Congo (RDC)

NGO Jobs / UN Jobs Vacancy



Organization: Invisible Children
Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo
Closing date: 31 Jan 2018

Lieu d'affectation : Dungu, RDC, avec des déplacements fréquents vers d'autres bureaux locaux du projet CRCA

Relève directement de : Analyste principal de l’Équipe d'analyse des tendances en matière de Protection (EATP) et gestionnaire du Système d'alerte précoce (SAP) de la RDC

Subordonné direct de : N/A

Collaborateurs clés: Gestionnaire du programme de protection de la RDC, Spécialiste de projet de CRCA RDC, Chef de projet/assistant de CRCA, Analyste Protection pour la RCA

Projets: Résilience communautaire en Afrique centrale (CRCA)

Aperçu des responsabilités

L'analyste Protection combine deux responsabilités fondamentales du projet de CRCA, soit :

  • Il/elle siège dans la salle radio HF du pays pour enregistrer les informations critiques de protection provenant des communautés intégrées dans le SAP et transmettant les informations de protection à l'aide des radios à haute fréquence (HF - Codan) ;

A ce titre, il dirige la collecte, l'enregistrement et la coordination des données communiquées par le réseau SAP depuis chaque base HF du pays. Soutenant toutes les fonctions des opérations des SAP en RDC, il s'assure que toutes les données rapportées sont correctement enregistrées et partagées avec les parties internes concernées. De plus, il/elle agit comme opérateur SAP HF lorsque l'opérateur principal est en congé ou en mission.

  • Il/elle recueille d'autres sources d'informations sur la protection et les combine avec celles provenant du SAP pour contribuer à une analyse et des rapports plus complets et de niveau supérieur sur la protection dans la région.

À ce titre, il travaille avec l'analyste principal EATP, son homologue en RCA, et le Chef de Projet CRCA en tant que membre de l'Équipe d'Analyse des Tendances de Protection (EATP). En tant que membre de EATP, il/elle appuiera le développement de l'analyse des conflits et renforcera les mécanismes de partage d'informations qui améliorent la résilience des communautés face aux groupes armés et autres menaces à la protection dans la région frontalière du Mbomou-Uele de l'est de la RCA et du nord-est de la RDC. Il sera chargé de recueillir et d'analyser des connaissances détaillées sur la géographie locale, les dynamiques communautaires et les groupes armés régionaux. Il assurera la liaison avec d'autres membres de EATP afin de développer l'analyse des activités des groupes armés dans les régions limitrophes du nord-est de la RDC, y compris l'ouest et le centre de la RCA, le nord de la RDC, le Tchad, le Soudan et le Sud-Soudan. L’EATP identifiera également l'impact des tendances en matière de sécurité sur les femmes, les jeunes, les pasteurs et d'autres groupes vulnérables, notamment en surveillant les tendances de la violence basée sur le genre par des groupes armés, tels que les enlèvements de femmes et de filles.

L’EATP utilisera cette plateforme pour développer l'analyse des tendances en matière de sécurité, en synthétisant les rapports des SAP avec des informations partagées par des acteurs externes, tels que les Casques bleus des Nations Unies, les partenaires de conservation de la nature et les ONG. L’analyste RDC travaillera également en étroite collaboration avec le personnel du programme de protection (tel que le Chargé de programme de protection de la RDC et le Responsable du SAP de la RDC) pour fournir un retour régulier aux communautés via le système d'alerte précoce (SAP), chercher à renforcer la capacité locale pour collecter, gérer et analyser les données dans le but d'améliorer l'efficacité des Plans d'action communautaires (PAC). Par exemple, l’analyste travaillera avec le Responsable du SAP pour la RDC pour développer l'analyse de la dynamique de protection avec les communautés cibles par le biais de téléconférences radio HF mensuelles, tout en utilisant également des plateformes de media sociaux et SMS, y compris WhatsApp, pour échanger des analyses de protection en temps opportun avec les principaux acteurs régionaux, tels que les partenaires de la conservation de la nature. Ce travail aidera à mettre en place des interventions de protection coordonnées avec les mécanismes communautaires, comme les PAC.

En coordination avec l'analyste principal et le responsable de la protection de la RDC, L’analyste RDC appuiera également les efforts de l'EATP pour développer l'analyse des tendances des activités des groupes armés, des tensions entre les différents groupes communautaires, des mouvements de population, de l'économie politique et de la gouvernance qui sont pertinentes pour la protection des civils dans la région frontalière Mbomou-Uele. Cette analyse sera incluse dans les rapports de CRCA, y compris les notes d'information mensuelles partagées avec les parties prenantes régionales et internationales.

Voici les responsabilités prévues de L’analyste RDC en fonction des priorités de CRCA :

Missions-clés

  1. Collecte et gestion des données du SAP: Diriger la collecte et la gestion quotidiennes des informations du SAP en participant aux appels quotidiens du SAP et en enregistrant chaque point de données partagé par le SAP. En utilisant les systèmes appropriés, partager et documenter les données enregistrées pendant les appels du SAP et fournir une analyse de base sur demande. Travailler à améliorer l'exactitude des données publiées en participant à une conversation directe avec les autres membres de l'EATP et du Chargé de projet/programme de CRCA sur des incidents particuliers et les tendances générales;

  2. Plan d'action communautaire, Plan d'action réseau-communauté (PAC-Réseau), Plan de gestion de la sécurité (PGS) Surveillance : Partager quotidiennement l'information avec l'EATP et le SAP et participer à l'échange d'information entre l'EATP et le SAP, en mettant l'accent sur la surveillance des incidents de sécurité qui activeraient ou menaceraient d'activer le PAC, le PAC-Réseau ou le SAP à n'importe quel endroit du SAP. Enregistrer les cas de PAC, de PAC-Réseau et de surveillance SMP et conseiller les communautés sur l'activation de ces plans et les ajustements à apporter lors des changements dans la dynamique régionale.

  3. Analyser et synthétiser les rapports quotidiens du SAP : L’analyste RDC analysera les rapports quotidiens du SAP, rédigera un rapport qui contiendra un résumé et une analyse pertinente de chaque incident, et partagera ces résumés avec les autres membres de l’EATP.

  4. Analyser la dynamique des conflits : L’analyste RDC appuiera les efforts de CRCA en RDC pour surveiller la dynamique sous-jacente des conflits, y compris les tendances de l'activité des groupes armés et la façon dont les acteurs au niveau communautaire, national et international s'efforcent de réduire les menaces que les groupes armés font peser sur les civils. Cela comprendra l'analyse des cartes communautaires et des rapports de mission sur le terrain produits par l'équipe des programmes de CRCA et le téléchargement de l'information pertinente dans la base de données et le site internet LRA Crisis Tracker. L’analyste RDC analysera également les rapports et publications des acteurs concernés de l'ONU et des ONG, en particulier en comparant les informations provenant d'autres sources sur des attaques spécifiques par rapport à la base de données et site internet LRA Crisis Tracker. Ils peuvent aussi, à l'occasion, participer à des missions périodiques sur le terrain dans les communautés menées avec le personnel du programme de CRCA.

  5. Analyser la dynamique communautaire : L’analyste RDC appuiera les efforts de CRCA pour surveiller et analyser les dynamiques communautaires sous-jacentes en RDC qui sont pertinentes aux efforts de protection des civils, telles que les modèles dans les principales activités de subsistance (p. ex. le pastoralisme, l'exploitation des ressources naturelles), les tensions entre les différents groupes communautaires, les mouvements de population, l'économie politique et la gouvernance qui sont pertinentes pour la protection des civils dans la région frontalière Mbomou-Uele. Cela comprendra l'analyse des résultats de la cartographie communautaire du RCAC et des activités de développement du PAC, y compris la recherche de modèles communs des menaces à la sécurité dans les cartes communautaires des communautés voisines. L’analyste RDC créera également des cartes de terrain basées sur des croquis de la communauté et les mettra en ligne sur le site internet LRA Crisis Tracker. L’analyste RDC peut aussi parfois mener des entretiens avec des acteurs clés au niveau de la communauté concernant les dynamiques communautaires, tels que les leaders de la société civile.

  6. Partager l'analyse avec les principales parties prenantes : L’analyste RDC appuiera les efforts de CRCA en RDC pour partager l'information et l'analyse sur les menaces à la sécurité et les interventions de protection avec les principales parties prenantes, y compris l'ONU, les ONG et les acteurs de la conservation. Il s'agira notamment d'échanger des informations et des analyses avec les principales parties prenantes via WhatsApp et par courrier électronique et de participer aux réunions pertinentes des parties prenantes en matière de protection, telles que les réunions de groupes sectoriels des Nations unies.

  7. Communiquer l'analyse liée à la protection aux comités de paix dans les communautés de CRCA : En collaboration avec le personnel du programme de CRCA, L’analyste RDC élaborera une analyse sur les menaces à la protection et les stratégies de réduction des risques sur les communautés de CRCQ, qui sera communiquée aux comités de paix au niveau communautaire par le personnel du SAP.

Missions supplémentaires

  1. Appuyer la maintenance quotidienne de l'équipement HF à Dungu, en assurant un fonctionnement et une réception optimaux de la radio HF;

  2. Remplacer l'opérateur SAP HF lorsqu'il est en mission ou en congé;

  3. Sur demande des acteurs externes et avec l'approbation explicite préalable de l'analyste principal ou du chef de projet de CRCA, assurer la liaison avec les ONG et les partenaires des agences des Nations Unies en leur fournissant des données, des analyses et un retour d'information permanent à partir des sites HF du SAP;

  4. Fournir des recommandations au Chargé du Programme de protection de la RDC et au Responsable du SAP sur la façon d'ajuster les outils de collecte des données du SAP afin qu'ils soient conformes aux directives des documents de projet CRCA, en accordant une attention particulière aux détails concernant la collecte des données sur la conservation de la nature et les droits de l'homme.

  5. Appuyer les efforts de l'EATP pour fournir des analyses au personnel du programme CRCA qui met en œuvre les résultats I 3, 4, 5 et 6, comme des recommandations sur les collectivités et les intervenants à inclure dans ces activités.

  6. Appuyer les efforts de l'EATP pour fournir des recommandations au personnel du programme CRCA sur la façon de veiller à ce que les principes de Do no Harm soient intégrés aux programmes de protection d'IC.

  7. Participer à la collecte et au traitement des données de suivi, d'évaluation et d'apprentissage (SEA) en coordination avec l'Initiative humanitaire de Harvard. Consigner et documenter les leçons apprises et suggérer des adaptations au projet ou au programme, s'il y a lieu.

  8. Soutenir les efforts du EATP pour aider le Chef de Projet, le Chef de Projet Adjoint et les responsables de projets dans l'élaboration des rapports trimestriels et annuels de CRCA en fournissant du matériel et des données sur la protection.

  9. Appuyer les efforts de l'EATP pour conseiller les responsables du programme CRCA sur la révision de la documentation et des outils d'orientation du programme, y compris, mais sans s'y limiter : le Manuel de l'opérateur du SAP, le Manuel des comités de paix, l'Outil de cartographie communautaire et l'Outil du plan d'action communautaire.


How to apply:

**Les candidats intéressés et qualifiés doivent soumettre leur candidature par courrier électronique a : drcinfo@invisiblechildren.com

Voici les éléments du dossier a soumettre :

  • Lettre de motivation
  • CV
    Les candidats doivent être de nationalité congolaise ou détenteurs d’un permis de travail en Congo.

NB :

  • Ne soumettez pas les originaux de vos attestations avec la demande.

« En conformité avec la politique humanitaire sur la parité des sexes, les CANDIDATURES FEMININES SONT VIVEMENT ENCOURAGEES »**


UN Jobs / NGO Job Vacancy : Central African Republic: Analyste Protection (AP) pour la République centrafricaine (RCA)

NGO Jobs / UN Jobs Vacancy



Organization: Invisible Children
Country: Central African Republic
Closing date: 31 Jan 2018

Lieu d'affectation : Zemio, RCA avec des déplacements fréquents vers d'autres bureaux locaux du projet CRCA

Relève directement de : Analyste principal de l’Équipe d'analyse des tendances en matière de Protection (EATP) et gestionnaire du Système d'alerte précoce (SAP) de la RCA

Subordonné direct de : N/A

Collaborateurs clés: Gestionnaire du programme de protection de la RCA, Spécialiste de projet de CRCA RCA, Chef de projet/assistant de CRCA, Analyste Protection pour la République démocratique du Congo (RDC)

Projets: Résilience communautaire en Afrique centrale (CRCA)

Aperçu des responsabilités

L'analyste Protection combine deux responsabilités fondamentales du projet de CRCA, soit :

  • Il/elle siège dans la salle radio HF du pays pour enregistrer les informations critiques de protection provenant des communautés intégrées dans le SAP et transmettant les informations de protection à l'aide des radios à haute fréquence (HF - Codan) ;

A ce titre, il dirige la collecte, l'enregistrement et la coordination des données communiquées par le réseau SAP depuis chaque base HF du pays. Soutenant toutes les fonctions des opérations des SAP en RCA, il s'assure que toutes les données rapportées sont correctement enregistrées et partagées avec les parties internes concernées. De plus, il/elle agit comme opérateur SAP HF lorsque l'opérateur principal est en congé ou en mission.

  • Il/elle recueille d'autres sources d'informations sur la protection et les combine avec celles provenant du SAP pour contribuer à une analyse et des rapports plus complets et de niveau supérieur sur la protection dans la région.

À ce titre, il travaille avec l'analyste principal EATP, son homologue en RCA, et le Chef de Projet CRCA en tant que membre de l'Équipe d'Analyse des Tendances de Protection (EATP). En tant que membre de EATP, il/elle appuiera le développement de l'analyse des conflits et renforcera les mécanismes de partage d'informations qui améliorent la résilience des communautés face aux groupes armés et autres menaces à la protection dans la région frontalière du Mbomou-Uele de l'est de la RCA et du nord-est de la RDC. Il sera chargé de recueillir et d'analyser des connaissances détaillées sur la géographie locale, les dynamiques communautaires et les groupes armés régionaux. Il assurera la liaison avec d'autres membres de EATP afin de développer l'analyse des activités des groupes armés dans les régions limitrophes du nord-est de la RDC, y compris l'ouest et le centre de la RCA, le nord de la RDC, le Tchad, le Soudan et le Sud-Soudan. L’EATP identifiera également l'impact des tendances en matière de sécurité sur les femmes, les jeunes, les pasteurs et d'autres groupes vulnérables, notamment en surveillant les tendances de la violence basée sur le genre par des groupes armés, tels que les enlèvements de femmes et de filles.

L’EATP utilisera cette plateforme pour développer l'analyse des tendances en matière de sécurité, en synthétisant les rapports des SAP avec des informations partagées par des acteurs externes, tels que les Casques bleus des Nations Unies, les partenaires de conservation de la nature et les ONG. L’analyste RCA travaillera également en étroite collaboration avec le personnel du programme de protection (tel que le Chargé de programme de protection de la RCA et le Responsable du SAP de la RCA) pour fournir un retour régulier aux communautés via le système d'alerte précoce (SAP), chercher à renforcer la capacité locale pour collecter, gérer et analyser les données dans le but d'améliorer l'efficacité des Plans d'action communautaires (PAC). Par exemple, l’analyste travaillera avec le Responsable du SAP pour la RCA pour développer l'analyse de la dynamique de protection avec les communautés cibles par le biais de téléconférences radio HF mensuelles, tout en utilisant également des plateformes de media sociaux et SMS, y compris WhatsApp, pour échanger des analyses de protection en temps opportun avec les principaux acteurs régionaux, tels que les partenaires de la conservation de la nature. Ce travail aidera à mettre en place des interventions de protection coordonnées avec les mécanismes communautaires, comme les PAC.

En coordination avec l'analyste principal et le responsable de la protection de la RCA, L’analyste RCA appuiera également les efforts de l'EATP pour développer l'analyse des tendances des activités des groupes armés, des tensions entre les différents groupes communautaires, des mouvements de population, de l'économie politique et de la gouvernance qui sont pertinentes pour la protection des civils dans la région frontalière Mbomou-Uele. Cette analyse sera incluse dans les rapports de CRCA, y compris les notes d'information mensuelles partagées avec les parties prenantes régionales et internationales.

Voici les responsabilités prévues de L’analyste RCA en fonction des priorités de CRCA :

Missions-clés

  1. Collecte et gestion des données du SAP: Diriger la collecte et la gestion quotidiennes des informations du SAP en participant aux appels quotidiens du SAP et en enregistrant chaque point de données partagé par le SAP. En utilisant les systèmes appropriés, partager et documenter les données enregistrées pendant les appels du SAP et fournir une analyse de base sur demande. Travailler à améliorer l'exactitude des données publiées en participant à une conversation directe avec les autres membres de l'EATP et du Chargé de projet/programme de CRCA sur des incidents particuliers et les tendances générales;

  2. Plan d'action communautaire, Plan d'action réseau-communauté (PAC-Réseau), Plan de gestion de la sécurité (PGS) Surveillance : Partager quotidiennement l'information avec l'EATP et le SAP et participer à l'échange d'information entre l'EATP et le SAP, en mettant l'accent sur la surveillance des incidents de sécurité qui activeraient ou menaceraient d'activer le PAC, le PAC-Réseau ou le SAP à n'importe quel endroit du SAP. Enregistrer les cas de PAC, de PAC-Réseau et de surveillance SMP et conseiller les communautés sur l'activation de ces plans et les ajustements à apporter lors des changements dans la dynamique régionale.

  3. Analyser et synthétiser les rapports quotidiens du SAP : L’analyste RCA analysera les rapports quotidiens du SAP, rédigera un rapport qui contiendra un résumé et une analyse pertinente de chaque incident, et partagera ces résumés avec les autres membres de l’EATP.

  4. Analyser la dynamique des conflits : L’analyste RCA appuiera les efforts de CRCA en RCA pour surveiller la dynamique sous-jacente des conflits, y compris les tendances de l'activité des groupes armés et la façon dont les acteurs au niveau communautaire, national et international s'efforcent de réduire les menaces que les groupes armés font peser sur les civils. Cela comprendra l'analyse des cartes communautaires et des rapports de mission sur le terrain produits par l'équipe des programmes de CRCA et le téléchargement de l'information pertinente dans la base de données et le site internet LRA Crisis Tracker. L’analyste RCA analysera également les rapports et publications des acteurs concernés de l'ONU et des ONG, en particulier en comparant les informations provenant d'autres sources sur des attaques spécifiques par rapport à la base de données et site internet LRA Crisis Tracker. Ils peuvent aussi, à l'occasion, participer à des missions périodiques sur le terrain dans les communautés menées avec le personnel du programme de CRCA.

  5. Analyser la dynamique communautaire : L’analyste RCA appuiera les efforts de CRCA pour surveiller et analyser les dynamiques communautaires sous-jacentes en RCA qui sont pertinentes aux efforts de protection des civils, telles que les modèles dans les principales activités de subsistance (p. ex. le pastoralisme, l'exploitation des ressources naturelles), les tensions entre les différents groupes communautaires, les mouvements de population, l'économie politique et la gouvernance qui sont pertinentes pour la protection des civils dans la région frontalière Mbomou-Uele. Cela comprendra l'analyse des résultats de la cartographie communautaire du RCAC et des activités de développement du PAC, y compris la recherche de modèles communs des menaces à la sécurité dans les cartes communautaires des communautés voisines. L’analyste RCA créera également des cartes de terrain basées sur des croquis de la communauté et les mettra en ligne sur le site internet LRA Crisis Tracker. L’analyste RCA peut aussi parfois mener des entretiens avec des acteurs clés au niveau de la communauté concernant les dynamiques communautaires, tels que les leaders de la société civile.

  6. Partager l'analyse avec les principales parties prenantes : L’analyste RCA appuiera les efforts de CRCA en RCA pour partager l'information et l'analyse sur les menaces à la sécurité et les interventions de protection avec les principales parties prenantes, y compris l'ONU, les ONG et les acteurs de la conservation. Il s'agira notamment d'échanger des informations et des analyses avec les principales parties prenantes via WhatsApp et par courrier électronique et de participer aux réunions pertinentes des parties prenantes en matière de protection, telles que les réunions de groupes sectoriels des Nations unies.

  7. Communiquer l'analyse liée à la protection aux comités de paix dans les communautés de CRCA : En collaboration avec le personnel du programme de CRCA, L’analyste RCA élaborera une analyse sur les menaces à la protection et les stratégies de réduction des risques sur les communautés de CRCQ, qui sera communiquée aux comités de paix au niveau communautaire par le personnel du SAP.

Missions supplémentaires

  1. Appuyer la maintenance quotidienne de l'équipement HF à Dungu, en assurant un fonctionnement et une réception optimaux de la radio HF;

  2. Remplacer l'opérateur SAP HF lorsqu'il est en mission ou en congé;

  3. Sur demande des acteurs externes et avec l'approbation explicite préalable de l'analyste principal ou du chef de projet de CRCA, assurer la liaison avec les ONG et les partenaires des agences des Nations Unies en leur fournissant des données, des analyses et un retour d'information permanent à partir des sites HF du SAP;

  4. Fournir des recommandations au Chargé du Programme de protection de la RCA et au Responsable du SAP sur la façon d'ajuster les outils de collecte des données du SAP afin qu'ils soient conformes aux directives des documents de projet CRCA, en accordant une attention particulière aux détails concernant la collecte des données sur la conservation de la nature et les droits de l'homme.

  5. Appuyer les efforts de l'EATP pour fournir des analyses au personnel du programme CRCA qui met en œuvre les résultats I 3, 4, 5 et 6, comme des recommandations sur les collectivités et les intervenants à inclure dans ces activités.

  6. Appuyer les efforts de l'EATP pour fournir des recommandations au personnel du programme CRCA sur la façon de veiller à ce que les principes de Do no Harm soient intégrés aux programmes de protection d'IC.

  7. Participer à la collecte et au traitement des données de suivi, d'évaluation et d'apprentissage (SEA) en coordination avec l'Initiative humanitaire de Harvard. Consigner et documenter les leçons apprises et suggérer des adaptations au projet ou au programme, s'il y a lieu.

  8. Soutenir les efforts du EATP pour aider le Chef de Projet, le Chef de Projet Adjoint et les responsables de projets dans l'élaboration des rapports trimestriels et annuels de CRCA en fournissant du matériel et des données sur la protection.

  9. Appuyer les efforts de l'EATP pour conseiller les responsables du programme CRCA sur la révision de la documentation et des outils d'orientation du programme, y compris, mais sans s'y limiter : le Manuel de l'opérateur du SAP, le Manuel des comités de paix, l'Outil de cartographie communautaire et l'Outil du plan d'action communautaire. **


How to apply:

Les candidats intéressés et qualifiés doivent soumettre leur candidature par courrier électronique a : carinfo@invisiblechildren.com

Voici les éléments du dossier a soumettre :

  • Lettre de motivation
  • CV

Les candidats doivent être de nationalité Centrafricaine ou des résidents en RCA avec un permis de travail valide

NB :

  • Ne soumettez pas les originaux de vos attestations avec la demande.

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