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VP of Programs

Overview The VP of Program Management provides the formal interface between the project’s performance to Program Plans and the Executive Team. Most importantly, the VP of Program Management provides essential aspects of the Executive Team: not just managing projects and programs but also in developing process maturity and organizational integrity. JAM exists to help create and develop African countries where those who are poor and marginalized can exercise their voice, build their own solutions, and take ownership of their future. The Program Delivery and Country Office teams contribute to realizing this by: · Ensuring effective project management through supporting project startups, implementation, reporting and management as well as closeouts · Portfolio coordination - Providing a leadership role in the regional teams, and organize monthly calls for the teams with each country office. · Working with country teams to develop, refine and pursue their strategies by leveraging technical knowledge (our own and others), researching, and analyzing potential partners and opportunities. · Grow and diversify: contributes to scoping, pre-positioning and proposal development. · Knowledge sharing and learning: Enhances communication between country offices and HQ, to ensure better understanding of the diverse operating environments and program approaches. · External relations: Participating in the development conversation by attending events, hosting meetings, and reaching out to potential partners and donors as well as building strong and positive relationship with all Embasies in all countries where JAM is operational in any way. Position Purpose The Vice President Programs reports to the Chief Operations Officer and is responsible for driving and coordinating all activities within the Africa region and ensuring regional and global synergy. S/he prioritizes the management of the Country Directors (CDs)/Managers ensuring each country has developed work plans and country strategies Scorecards and are held accountable to them. S/he is responsible for ensuring that JAM’s activities are implemented on-time, on budget, with high-quality products and services, and to the full satisfaction of the sponsoring organization, and that all programs are in alignment with JAM’s policies and guidelines. S/he works to identify new business opportunities that are consistent with JAM’s strategic priorities. Key Responsibilities Leadership: Serve as a trusted leader, help move JAM to a transformational organization; As one of JAM’s senior leaders, partner in advancing the mission and serve as a standard bearer of organizational philosophies and competencies; Represent JAM to a wide range of private and public sectors, acting as an advocate for JAM; Inspire, champion and spread a culture of shared success that makes true our belief that every imaginable problem has a solution; Strengthen the JAM brand through application of brand identity and contributing to efforts to communicate JAM’s values, approaches and global impact; Assist JAM marketing and country management teams to coordinate marketing and promotion of JAM; Strategic Implementation: As a JAM leader, maximize strategic coordination, synergy and learning among JAM’s country programs in collaboration with Program Development, Opportunity Development, Communications/Marketing, HR, and Finance leadership; Significantly contribute to the cultivation of establishing strategic alliances and partnerships with current and potential donors working in the country offices and region; Promote and support JAM’s efforts to nurture innovation and strengthen JAM’s programmatic, grant making, finance, monitoring, evaluation and learning, and operations performance in full cooperation with Executive Leadership; Ensure that Country Directors have in place a country strategy and workplans and to hold CDs accountable for targets, in collaboration with the CEO and COO; Promote interregional and global learning through regional exchanges and peer program reviews. Program Delivery: Identify with country teams, key management and technical priorities for country programs and recommend courses of action to either fill gaps or address problems accordingly; Be sure to develop and reach key program delivery targets across the region, select Country Directors/Managers who will drive and deliver on JAM’s strategic vision ensuring high quality, timely and on budget program delivery; Oversee country performance reviews and provide critical feedback to country management teams on how program approaches, management and standards can be strengthened and improved, in collaboration with other leaders; Work with the COO to lead country management teams to ensure they are aware of, have access to, and are using information, tools and support, and apply standards to maintain quality program, monitoring, evaluation and learning, grant making, finance and operations performance; Support country efforts to improve the consistency of management practices and ability to mitigate risks; Ensure the development of an ethos of effective implementation and good financial and administrative practices; Oversee the regular review of relevant reports, evaluations and other internal and external resources as necessary to utilize JAM expertise and experiences for improving program implementation; Ensure strong collaboration between HQ and regional compliance, finance and grant functions in their interaction with country programs; New Business Development: Assist country programs to identify and develop new business opportunities within the region and ensure access to technical assistance in proposal development as needed. Other Responsibilities Perform other duties as assigned. Basic Requirements BA and at least 10 years of relevant experience (or equivalent) Preferred Qualifications Advanced degree in a relevant field; Demonstrated experience and success in a progressively responsible program management leadership position with field and international non-profit experience; Proven track record of success in managing large complex projects in overseas settings; Expertise in creating and managing country office budgets and annual targets; Ability to develop and maintain strong relationships with clients, both participant-level and donor-level; Demonstrated capability in strategic visioning, planning and agency representation; Experience working with a variety of international donor organizations; Fluency in English and proficiency in at least one other regionally relevant language; Ability and willingness to travel internationally, up to 50% of the time How to apply: Send your CV to fiona: recruitment.sa@jamint.com

Compliance Officer

GENERAL SUMMARY The Compliance Officer oversees the Organisational Compliance Programme, functioning as an independent and objective body that reviews and evaluates compliance issues/concerns within the organisation. The position ensures the Board of Directors, EXCO and employees are in compliance with the rules and regulations of regulatory agencies, compliance with donors’ regulations, statutory requirements, that organisational policies and procedures are being followed, and that behavior in the organisation meets the organisation’s Standards of Conduct. The Organisational Compliance Office exists: As a channel of communication to receive and direct compliance issues to the CEO for investigation and resolution; and As a final internal resource with which concerned parties may communicate after other formal channels and resources have been exhausted. · GENERAL PURPOSE The Compliance Officer reports directly to the CEO by monitoring and reporting results of the compliance/ethics efforts of the organisation and in providing guidance for the Board and EXCO on matters relating to compliance. The Compliance Officer, together with the Organisational Compliance Unit, is authorised to implement all necessary actions to ensure achievement of the objectives of an effective compliance program. · DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Develops, initiates, maintains, and revises policies and procedures for the general operation of the Compliance Programme and its related activities to prevent illegal, unethical, or improper conduct. Manages day-to-day operation of the Programme. Develops and periodically reviews and updates Standards of Conduct to ensure continuing currency and relevance in providing guidance to EXCO and employees. Collaborates with other departments (e.g., Risk Management, Internal Audit, Human Resources, Finance, etc.) to direct compliance issues to the CEO for investigation and resolution. Consults with the organisation’s attorney as needed to resolve difficult legal compliance issues. Responds to alleged violations of rules, regulations, policies, procedures, and Standards of Conduct by evaluating or recommending the initiation of investigative procedures. Develops and oversees a system for uniform handling of such violations. Acts as an independent review and evaluation body to ensure that compliance issues/concerns within the organisation are being appropriately evaluated, investigated and resolved. Monitors, and as necessary, coordinates compliance activities of other departments to remain abreast of the status of all compliance activities and to identify trends. Identifies potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risk; develops/implements corrective action plans for resolution of problematic issues, and provides general guidance on how to avoid or deal with similar situations in the future. Provides reports on a regular basis to the CEO, and as directed or requested by the CEO, to keep the EXCO informed of the operation and progress of compliance efforts. Ensures proper reporting of violations or potential violations to duly authorised enforcement agencies as appropriate and/or required. Institutes and maintains an effective compliance communication program for the organisation, including promoting (a) heightened awareness of Standards of Conduct, and (b) understanding of new and existing compliance issues and related policies and procedures. Works with the Human Resources Department and others as appropriate to develop an effective compliance training program, including appropriate introductory training for new employees as well as ongoing training for all employees and managers. Monitors the performance of the Compliance Program and related activities on a continuing basis, taking appropriate steps to improve its effectiveness. Common Objectives Shared Goal Strategic Planning Develop compliance organisational strategies and tools by contributing information, analysis, and recommendations to strategic thinking and direction; establishing functional objectives in line with organisational objectives. Ensure that the organisation establishes and maintains an effective, best practices compliance and ethics programme, to prevent and detect violations of law and other misconduct, and to promote ethical practices and a commitment to compliance with the law as well as with internal and external policies. Work with EXCO to broaden understanding of strategic and operational compliance measures relevant to sustainable development. Builds systems to enhance JAM’s effectiveness Communication Write communications, including FAQs, best-practice documents and posting for on the Intranet and respond to questions, comments and requests. Institute and maintain an effective compliance communication programme. Planning and organising Plans for implementation and maintenance of compliance activities. Prepares long-term plans of compliance including implementing strategies and procedures that prevent illegal, unethical or improper conduct. Policy development Maintain, update and (re) draft compliance policies and provide guidance and answer queries thereof. Disseminate written policies and procedures related to compliance activities. Develop a standard compliance checklist. Conduct surprise visits in field offices/programmes to assess the level of compliance. Research and keep abreast of legislative issues, new compliance regulations/major donors’ regulations and audit methodology. Reporting/ Information management Produce periodic standard and ad hoc reports. Prepare management reports regarding compliance operations and progress. Prepare reports to the Group Chief Executive Officer. Maintain necessary records and files to assure efficient and consistent reporting of compliance efforts across the organisation. Maintain documentation of compliance activities, such as complaints received or investigation outcomes. Build an agile JAM capable of sensing and responding to challenges Internal Controls Evaluation/Reviews Build, operate, train-on and administer a third party due diligence system and support the organisation in conducting due diligence of existing and potential partners and other third parties and ensure they align with JAM’s code of conduct and policies. Conduct special reviews and investigations. Conduct periodic internal reviews to ensure that compliance procedures are followed. Identify compliance issues that require follow-up or investigation. Conduct or direct the internal investigation of compliance issues. Monitor compliance systems to ensure their effectiveness. Technical Support Support good corporate governance and risk management including but not limited to Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABC), Code of Conduct and Conflicts of interest. Engage with internal and external auditors on relevant risk and compliance matters and mitigation plans. Serve as a confidential point of contact for employees to communicate with EXCO, seek clarification on issues or dilemmas or report irregularities. Discuss emerging compliance issues with EXCO or employees. Respond promptly to detected offenses, and develop corrective action. Invest and enable passionate and outcome driven associates Capacity Building Assess training needs for employees and develop training plans and collaborate with Internal Stakeholders to develop training content, acting as subject matter expert and facilitate delivery and tracking of training. Maintain a working knowledge of relevant issues, laws and regulations through periodicals, seminars, training programmes and peer contact. Work closely with the Audit function to appropriately advise on identified weaknesses, including relevant follow-ups of remediation items, sharing appropriate “lessons learnt” to management, reviewing and advising on the needs for revising the relevant policy standards, and effectively implementing the improvements. Ensure through engagement with EXCO that there is adequate support for necessary controls, including people, process, tools, frameworks and systems. Collaborate with the Human Resources Department to ensure the implementation of consistent disciplinary action in cases of compliance standard violations. Build Sustainability Compliance Identify potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risk, developing and implementing corrective action plans for resolution of problematic issues and providing general guidance on how to avoid or deal with similar situations in the future. Ensure that all organisational activities are in line with contractual obligations and agreements with respective donors and maintenance of a compliance dashboard for each major donor. Develop and maintain a central electronic repository for JAM wide compliance and code of conduct for: compliance policies and procedures, internal controls (Forms, papers & electronic) and other information for disclosure of Conflict of Interest and other records related to compliance and code of conduct. Reporting Maintain records of compliance activities, including any complaints or investigations. Provide reports to EXCO highlighting any areas of potential risk to the organisation. Analyse high risk and complex issues donor et al and provide practical and appropriate advice, including escalating to the appropriate senior levels and recommending methods to proactively manage those risks. Grant Management Continually review whether the grant management activities are in compliance with the key controls contained in the grant management guidelines of JAM and donor regulations. Assess compliance with grant conditions on sample basis working closely with project implementation teams. Provide information on donor regulations on a regular basis to ensure specific guidelines are being followed. Partnership Management Assesses whether partner’s actual performance is in compliance with the financial, procurement, human resources and reporting requirements of project/partnership agreements. Recommend any capacity building support needed for partners as part of the agreed action plan in the partnership agreement and assess whether the action plan is appropriately implemented. How to apply: Send your CV to Fiona: recruitment.sa@jamint.com

Hygiene And Sanitation Officer – Juba, South Sudan (National Position)

Polish Humanitarian Action (PAH) is a non-governmental organization employing people who want to make the world a better place. For over 20 years, we have been providing relief in big and small emergencies worldwide alongside with running missions in several countries in crisis. Our interventions of both humanitarian and development character have been carried out in 49 countries so far. We concentrate on ensuring sustainable and stable development of regions suffering consequences of war and/or natural disasters. We possess long-standing expertise in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), but also implement projects in Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL), as well as Shelter. For more information, please refer to www.pah.org.pl. PAH in South Sudan: PAH has been working in South Sudan since 2006 as one of the first NGOs established in Jonglei State. We are a small team of committed individuals aiming at delivering tangible and sustainable change in the largest, most populous and most conflicted state of South Sudan. We are needs- and community based, hence aside drilling and repairing boreholes, developing accompanying O&M structures and innovative approaches to sanitation and hygiene promotion, we have also been developing our emergency response capacity. Our Emergency Response Team (ERT) mainly reacts to WASH and NFI needs of populations affected by conflicts and natural disasters, which have been on the increase for the past three years. Thanks to the expertise gathered over the years, we were also appointed to lead WASH Cluster in the state: we coordinate WASH emergency response with partners and hence make sure all vulnerable communities are served at the time of crisis. Who PAH is looking for: PAH in South Sudan is looking for an external Candidate for a Hygiene & Sanitation Officer. The person will hold the following responsibilities: Objective/role of the position: · Implementing hygiene and sanitation promotion activities for programme beneficiaries according to the standards set up by PAH. Possible promotion /development path: within the same unit or different unit: · Hygiene and Sanitation Manager Direct subordinates: Community Hygiene Promoters Scope of work: Provision of hygiene promotion to vulnerable communities - conducting trainings, sessions, mass campaigns. Carrying out needs assessments – preparing adequate assessment documentation following guidance from the supervisor; using PAH templates. Training of community hygiene promoters on hygiene promotion – organizing sessions, preparing materials, keeping record of attendees; ensuring trainings are well balanced in terms of gender and age. Monitoring the work of community hygiene promoters - carrying out household visits of beneficiaries; Hygiene and Sanitation Officer is a direct line manager of the community hygiene promoters. Training of Stakeholders on the issues of hygiene and sanitation. Cooperation with local authorities and local communities Conducting frequent meetings with local authorities, schools and churches about the progress of the project. Facilitating appropriate community involvement in the design and delivery of essential WASH services and facilities – carrying out community mobilization activities, liaising with crucial stakeholders. Organization of clean up campaigns in schools, markets, water points and other places identified by Hygiene and Sanitation Officer Running documentation and monitoring of interventions Keeping proper records of field expenditures and reporting accordingly Writing comprehensive reports from conducted Arranging and sorting WASH IEC materials and ensure proper usage; developing new materials – liaising with other HSO, informing Senior HSO about possible shortages. Providing support/carrying out WASH-NFI distributions – organizing distribution; providing stock count; informing community about the rules during distribution as well as proper usage of items; handing over items to community; keeping record of recipients. Close cooperation with Project Coordinator and Monitoring and Evaluation team - preparing baselines, house to house surveys and any other relevant assessment/monitoring documents. Minimum required experience & qualifications: · At least a diploma or Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health or related course · Minimum of 2 years WASH Experience · Minimum of 2 years emergency/humanitarian experience · Good command of written and spoken English · At least 2 years of experience in similar activities in the past will be an asset Language skills: · Proficiency in English · Knowledge of Arabic will be an added advantage How to apply: Application Submission Criteria: Please send a covering letter outlining how your skills and experience meet the person specification along with your CV to human resource at recruitment.ssud@pah.org.pl or submit your application to human resource department, Juba South Sudan Please indicate the position you are applying for in the subject line i.e. “Application for the position of Hygiene and Sanitation Officer” Note: due to urgent need, to fill this position, shortlisting may take place before the advertisement deadline. We appreciate your application however, only short listed candidate will be contacted. If you have not been contacted within the closing date, we regret that your application has been unsuccessful

South Sudan: Deputy Chief of Party

OVERVIEW: Internews is seeking a Deputy Chief of Party for a USAID-funded program in South Sudan which aims to increase citizens’ access to independent and reliable information to engage in well-informed public discussion of critical issues affecting the population of South Sudan. The DCoP will support the CoP in all aspects of program management, at a strategic level and also at an operational level. S/he will be responsible for oversight of program activities, reporting and sub-grants. S/he will be required to act as COP as from time-to-time being the principal point of contact in South Sudan for procedural and substantive matters, and will also take on delegated CoP responsibilities as required. S/he will support the CoP in liaison with USAID/ South Sudan on technical matters and in programs management and operations in response to USAID/ South Sudan technical direction. The position will also support the CoP in ensuring timely delivery of activities, quality control and the overall responsiveness of technical assistance. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following: Work with the Chief of Party (COP) in project, office, and personnel management. Develop and maintain a keen understanding of challenges and issues facing effective media and communications in South Sudan. Work with the COP, local partners, and local staff to design innovative strategies and activities that build the capacity of South Sudanese media partners, outlets and media associations, and to strengthen the media sector in general. Supervise a team of experienced media trainers and technical consultants to deliver high quality media training and mentoring, building on Internews’ past experience with sub-grantees and other media sector partners. Cultivate relationships with relevant local and international governmental actors, media, partners and agencies and represent Internews in discussions with South Sudanese authorities, USAID, and other donors. In partnership with the COP, provide leadership in the development and maintenance of professional relationships with donors through reporting, liaison, communications, and advocacy. Work with Internews home office to ensure proper administration of projects. Support the COP and senior administrative and finance staff to ensure compliance with organizational and donor rules and regulations. Support the COP’s efforts in project planning, budgeting, and administrative issues. Analyze project results and the implementation of successes/failures. Develop plans for improvement/expansion of activities, as assigned. Participate in new fundraising efforts to support national and regional projects. Additional assignments and initiatives as required. Understanding of and demonstrated commitment to upholding Internews’ Core Values QUALIFICATIONS (qualified applications from South Sudan or East Africa are encouraged to apply) 5-8 years of progressively responsible media development experience, including working with media organizations, media associations, and providing senior program management. Academic and/or practical work experience in journalism, media business management, or law (with familiarity with media law) preferred. Advanced degree (master’s or higher) in social sciences, international development, business management, journalism, law or a related field Strong reputation for developing excellent collaborative working relationships with counterparts, international organizations and donors. Long-term development experience in Sub-Saharan Africa (5+ years preferred); Working experience and knowledge of South Sudan is preferred. A successful track record in supervising, designing, managing and implementing technical assistance for donor-funded media projects and proven ability to develop, implement, and monitor work plans, training plans, monitoring and evaluation plans, and procurement plans. Experience as a manager or trainer with professional capacity-building programs for journalists and media outlets and strong knowledge of new media preferred. Demonstrated mentoring abilities and experience supporting senior managerial staff Experience with USAID- and/or US government-funded programs strongly preferred Experience in fundraising and development of innovative program concepts Excellent written and spoken English Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Note: This position is posted in a High or Extreme Physical Risk location. Conditions in the field may include, but are not limited to the following: compound living quarters, limited mobility outside of designated areas, limited in-country medical care or pharmacy, limited access to fresh fruit and vegetables, limited access to high speed internet, dress code requirements, unaccompanied posting, and required advanced safety and security training. If selected for an interview for this position, ensure you discuss the specifics of living and working in this unique operating environment and consider them at length during the recruitment process.

Junior Expert in South Sudan focus: programme coordination

Junior Expert - Focus: Programme Coordination (m/f) in Juba South Sudan is facing a severe humanitarian crisis, the Humanitarian Needs Overview for 2017 states that nearly 7.5 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance and protection as a result of multiple and deepening crises; over 1.87 million South Sudanese are internally displaced and additional 1.3 million have sought refuge in neighbouring countries. The fighting and insecurity since 2013, which culminated with the July 2016 crisis, has destroyed the livelihoods of millions of South Sudanese, disrupted markets and caused a deep economic crisis. As a consequence, the humanitarian needs in the country are higher than ever and food insecurity and malnutrition reached unprecedented levels. Welthungerhilfe’s Country Program in South Sudan is focusing on the geographical areas of Northern Bahr el Ghazal and Unity States, and aims at improving food and nutrition security of vulnerable population, mainly smallholder farmers and internally displaced population. The aim is to support these target groups in re-building their livelihoods and strengthening resilience. Welthungerhilfe provides both emergency assistance such as food and NFIs, as well as transitional assistance such as promotion of agriculture development and WASH. Welthungerhilfe is one of the main partners of the World Food Program (WFP) in South Sudan, other major donors to the Country Programme are the EU, FAO, GIZ, BMZ, AA. The position is to be filled as soon as possible, with an initial contract duration of one year. Employment location will be Juba, South Sudan (SS). Excellent English and German skills are expected. Under the supervision of the Country Director, the Junior Expert supports the development of the multiannual country programme and contributes to its implementation and monitoring in order to maximise the WHH impact on the basis of Welthungerhilfe strategy and the relevant concept papers and according to WHH quality standards. We are looking forward to your applications! For more information please use this link: Junior Expert focus: Programme Coordination South Sudan How to apply: Junior Expert focus: Programme Coordination South Sudan

Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer-Multiple Vacancies based in Acholi, Lango and Karamoja (Open to Uganda Nationals Only)

About Mercy Corps Mercy Corps is a leading global organization powered by the belief that a better world is possible. In disaster, in hardship, in more than 40 countries around the world, we partner to put bold solutions into action — helping people triumph over adversity and build stronger communities from within. Now, and for the future. Program / Department Summary Mercy Corps is an international, non-governmental humanitarian relief and development agency with headquarters in the UK and USA operating in over 44 countries. The agency exists to alleviate suffering, poverty and oppression by helping people build secure, productive and just communities. Mercy Corps’ work emphasizes community-led, market-driven interventions through public, private and civic sector partnerships. After more than a decade of operation in Uganda, the Mercy Corps country team has differentiated itself as a forward-thinking, market-driven agency, having implemented or currently implementing nearly 40 programs, valued at over $141 million, changing the lives of over 2.5 million Ugandans and refugees. In Uganda, some of our donors include USAID, SIDA, DFID, WFP, US Department of State; MasterCard Foundation, and ECHO. With over 20 programs and projects currently in operation in 30 districts, Mercy Corps’ strategic objectives include the following: Strengthen market systems that enable inclusive economic growth and resilience. Catalyze strengthening of governance structures to prioritize and advocate community needs, make informed decisions and allocate resources in a participatory, transparent and accountable manner. Build capacities of institutions and promote opportunities for communities to attain better health, nutrition and sexual reproductive health outcomes. Meet the immediate needs of refugees and host communities while strengthening market systems and resilience capacities. Increase Mercy Corps Uganda’s organizational capacity to attract, build and retain diverse, motivated and dynamic professionals across all functions for quality programming. General Position Summary The Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning Officer (MEL Officer) is a key position in program quality assurance, accountability, documentation and learning unit, which exists to support program design and implementation. The MEL Officer will be responsible for supporting their supervisor (typically a MEL Manager or Program Manager) to oversee the monitoring and data collection of a project, lead regular and annual field based household and group interviews, analyze data to provide insight to project team, and contribute to report writing. S/he will ensure that performance monitoring and results reporting tools and processes across the entire program are in place, effectively implemented and well synchronized between field sites. The MEL Officer may supervise teams of enumerators in data collection, data analysis, and reporting. The MEL Officer may work with a number of local partners in the MEL process, including private sector actors, community based organizations and other international NGOs. The MEL officer will be an integral member of the team learning and reflection processes, leading discussion on beneficiary feedback. This recruitment is an open recruitment, which may result in a position available at any of the programs in Mercy Corps’ portfolio in any field office location, if and when the need arises. Applicants should be aware of the need for flexibility on the location and the technical sector of the program. Essential Job Responsibilities Ensure that MEL systems are in compliance with Mercy Corps global, regional and country policies, procedures, standards and strategic initiatives. Lead the development of MEL system design, indicator and other MEL plans as needed. Assist in program strategy design, planning and implementation to ensure adherence to Mercy Corps’ Minimum Standards, including the use of standardized indicators and documentation methodologies. Support design and implementation of assessments and other pre, ex-ante and post data collection and analysis. Support the supervisor in coordinating and leading components of the baseline, mid-term evaluation and final evaluation, along with other key research activities. Support learning-to-action events, reflection session to analyze data for programmatic use and to document and incorporate lessons learned into program design, planning and implementation. Coordinate reporting with local partners, specifically tracking deadlines, ensuring adherence to formats and requirements, ensuring reporting quality and accuracy, and periodic report writing, editing, and submission. Compile progress against indicators and report back to the team according to the monitoring plan. Develop accountability and transparency mechanisms for the program and orient staff as well as local partners on the same. Perform spot checks on the team’s data collected and reports each month. Actively participate in household identification and verification of households that participate in the Activity. Build the capacity of all relevant team members to implement program monitoring tools, accurately enter program data into relevant databases, and enable them to develop excellent reports and other documents. Build the capacity of our local partner organizations through ongoing training and support on: monitoring tools, entering program data into databases, the development of reports and other documents. Ensure adherence to program management minimum standards in carrying out his/her duties, advising and supporting other staff in the same as required. Disseminate research learnings and recommendations to team members, beneficiaries and other relevant audiences. Other duties as assigned. Finance & Compliance Management Ensure compliance with donor and Mercy Corps regulations related to food security programming. Security Ensure compliance with security procedures and policies as determined by country leadership. Proactively ensure that team members operate in a secure environment and are aware of policies. Organizational Learning As part of our commitment to organizational learning and in support of our understanding that learning organizations are more effective, efficient and relevant to the communities they serve, we expect all team members to commit 5% of their time to learning activities that benefit Mercy Corps as well as themselves. Accountability to Beneficiaries Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts toward accountability, specifically to our beneficiaries and to international standards guiding international relief and development work, while actively engaging beneficiary communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects. Supervisory Responsibility Supervision of enumerators collecting field data as needs arise. Accountability Reports Directly to: MEL/Program Manager Works Directly with: Programs, Operations and Finance teams Ethics and Integrity All Mercy Corps staff member are expected to behave ethically and demonstrate highest integrity in their professional and personal life. Mercy Corps has zero tolerance to any form of fraud, corruption, abuse, harassment or exploitation. Any breach of our policies or misconduct will lead to disciplinary action or may lead to termination. Knowledge and Experience Bachelor’s degree in management, statistics, economics, social science or related field. At least 3 years’ experience in monitoring and evaluation of nutrition, food security, agricultural livelihoods or value chain development programs. Good understanding and skills at data management. Strong computer literacy with a full knowledge of MS Office applications. Strong knowledge of mobile data collection tools and best practices. Experience with case management systems preferred. Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to follow procedures, meet deadlines and work independently and cooperatively with team members. Strong team coordination, listening, and consensus building skills. Fluent in both spoken and written English. Able to drive a motorbike safely, valid license. Preferred but not required. Success Factors The successful MEL Officer will combine exceptional management skills and experience in building and maintaining partner relationships. S/he will have an ability to think creatively about operationalizing and improving the M&E system of the program. S/he will have proven experience with cross-cultural team and capacity building, individual staff development and strong mentoring skills. Multi-tasking, prioritizing, problem solving and simultaneous attention to detail as well as strategic vision are essential. The most successful Mercy Corps staff members have a strong commitment to teamwork and accountability, thrive in evolving and changing environments and make effective written and verbal communication a priority in all situations. A good sense of humor and the ability to learn from mistakes also goes a long way! Mercy Corps team members represent the agency both during and outside work hours. Team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner and respect local laws, customs and MC's policies, procedures, and values at all times and in all locations How to apply: How to Apply: All suitably qualified and interested candidates should send their E-mail applications including a cover letter clearly stating the salary requirements, updated CV (with three professional referees), and copies of academic qualifications/certificates addressed to the Senior HR and Legal Manager, Mercy Corps Uganda to: ug-mcjobs@mercycorps.org. Deadline for Submission: Close of business on Monday, September 30th 2018. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted by Mercy Corps. Mercy Corps is an equal opportunity employer; qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Tanzania Manager

The Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI) is a nonprofit policy institute and grant-making organization that promotes the responsible management of oil, gas and mineral resources for the benefit of all. Improving natural resource governance is one of the most significant development challenges of the decade and will determine the future of 1 billion people globally who live in scarcity in the midst of resource abundance. Countries with non-renewable resource wealth face both a challenge and an opportunity—when used poorly or squandered, non-renewable resource wealth can cause economic instability, social conflict and lasting environmental impacts; used well, they can create prosperity for current and future generations. NRGI is a recognized leader in the field of natural resource governance, helping people to realize the benefits of their countries’ endowments of oil, gas and minerals in order to build a more stable and sustainable future. For more information, please visit https://ift.tt/1qiUMv2 Job Summary NRGI has a staff of over 100, supporting our global advocacy and regional programs in more than 20 countries. NRGI has registered offices in New York, Accra, Beirut, Dar es Salaam, Jakarta, Lima and London, and additional colleagues working in Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Cameroon, DRC, Guinea, Hungary, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nigeria, Uganda, Tunisia, and Ukraine. As a complex and dispersed organization, a strong operational backbone is key to our impact on the ground and to advancing our mission. Reporting to the Africa Co-Director, the Tanzania Manager will be responsible for providing oversight and strategy of the design and implementation of various country programs and initiatives. Working alongside the Africa Co-Director, the incumbent in this role would be responsible for monitoring the overall progress of country specific objectives and goals, developing key relationships with policymakers in governments and parliament, leading a small team and working closely with colleagues from other country and regional programs. NRGI will be launching its new strategic planning process in July 2018. As we reevaluate our long-term engagement in Tanzania, we are hiring a Country Manager for a one (1) year fixed term position with the option to renew for an additional one year to help shape the direction of our future programming in Tanzania. Responsibilities and Duties Oversee the design and implementation of the multi-year country strategy and annual country program Lead in the tracking of the country work plan, ensuring progress toward country strategy objectives and achievement of program goals, and making course corrections as needed Strategically monitor developments on the ground and identify opportunities to increase our impact through tailoring our program Foster relationships with key agents of change, ranging from the media and civil society to policymakers in government and parliament, to ensure a demand driven, responsive program and to create entry points for our assistance and advice Manage the country program team, including ensuring synergies across different activities and coordinating with managers and directors of other country and regional programs, to enhance our impact Identify and engage internal and external expertise necessary to fill any capacity constraints within the country program team to deliver on specific activities Support the development and delivery of targeted trainings to a variety of stakeholders Facilitate multi-stakeholder dialogues on governance issues Lead monitoring and evaluation of the country program to distill lessons learnt and share learning within the organization and with implementing partners and donors Oversee the management of the program’s administrative tasks, including drafting narrative reports, monitoring the program budget, assisting in drafting financial and donor reports and undertaking staff performance reviews Input into regional processes and participate in the regional leadership team The responsibilities of this role are subject to modifications as required by the needs of the organization. Key Working Relationships: Position Reports to: Africa Co-Director Position directly supervises: The Economist, Media Development Associate and Program Assistant External: Host institutions, external counsel, consultants and vendors Qualifications and Skills Knowledge of the extractives sector is preferable At least 7 years of relevant work experience of which at least five years is in a managerial position Experience in conducting political economy analysis to inform the strategic positioning of programs/projects Experience in: designing capacity building/training activities; planning, conducting and disseminating research; and providing technical assistance to varied categories of audiences Experience of working with state and non-state actors on governance and development issues Ability to build relationships with state and non-state actors (i.e. a broad spectrum of civil society, media and private sector) Ability to facilitate multi-stakeholder dialogues Excellent oral and written communication skills, and an ability to learn fast Ability to work well under pressure to meet multiple deadlines in a fast-paced work environment Excellent interpersonal skills and a team player Knowledge of information management systems is preferable Fluency in English and Kiswahili languages Education Advanced University degree in relevant fields, preferably political science, economics, law, international relations or sociology The responsibilities of this role are subject to modifications as required by the needs of the organization. Working Environment: Full-time fixed term position, official hours are from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; flexibility required when extended hours are needed to meet deliverables.

Technical Coordinator – Marine and Coastal Resilience Programme

THIS POSITION IS OPEN TO NATIONALS OR RESIDENCE OF KENYA OR TANZANIA ON LOCAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT. POSITION WILL BE BASED IN EITHER NAIROBI,KENYA OR DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA. The IUCN Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office (ESARO) operates in twenty-four countries in the Horn of Africa, east Africa, southern Africa and the Western Indian Ocean. The ESARO region is extremely rich in biodiversity with high number of endemic species and the largest remaining populations of iconic wildlife left on the continent. ESARO’s Programme focuses on biodiversity conservation through a diverse portfolio of projects and programmatic initiatives ranging from activities at the level of individual protected areas to shaping regional policy on biodiversity conservation. ESARO defines and delivers on its programmatic priorities in collaboration with IUCN members, commissions and other strategic partners. The IUCN Global Marine and Polar Programme (GMPP) is a team of staff committed to effectively addressing key global challenges in the marine and polar environment. GMPP cooperates with other IUCN thematic and regional programmes and with the IUCN Commissions to ensure that marine and polar ecosystems are maintained and restored in their biodiversity and productivity, and that any use of the resources is sustainable and equitable. The Marine and Coastal Resilience Programme is in charge of marine and coastal issues, including biodiversity conservation, development and management of marine protected areas and their networks, ecosystem & fisheries management, marine spatial planning, marine pollution, integrated management and governance of coastal areas, adaptation to climate change and disasters risks reduction. The Marine and Coastal Resilience Programme has been developed on the basis of a situation analysis and on lessons learned by IUCN Mangroves for the Future (MFF) Asia programme, initially catalysed by the December 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami. The Programme addresses the high level of vulnerability of ecosystems and livelihoods by increasing their resilience using a “resilience framework” that integrates four components: (i) Ecological and Social Diversity, (ii) Innovative and sustainable infrastructure and technology, (iii) Equitable and resilient governance systems, and (iv) Data and information for adaptive management, and has been designed to advance resilience-based management of socio-ecological systems in the Western Indian Ocean (WIO) region as well as build programmatic linkages between the IUCN-GMPP and IUCN-ESARO. The Technical Coordinator - Marine and Coastal Resilience Program reports directly to the IUCN ESARO Regional Programme Coordinator and functionally to the Director - Global Marine and Polar Programme. He/she will serve as both a senior member of the Regional senior management team and the IUCN global Marine and Polar Programme team that helps set strategic directions and define priorities for IUCN’s broader engagement on Marine and Coastal issues. The Technical Coordinator is also a senior member of the ESARO Technical Coordination Group (TCG) and, accordingly, works with the other members of the Group in strategic planning; monitoring and evaluation; and learning, innovation and knowledge generation at the overall Intersessional Programme level. This also includes (when requested) contributing to the development of and adhering to IUCN/ESARO policies and procedures related to both organizational and Programme management. The Technical Coordinator will develop, resource, and manage IUCN ESARO’s Marine and coastal resilience programme activities in the region in close collaboration with other relevant IUCN programmes, Members, Commissions and partners. He/she will be responsible for the overall management of Marine and coastal resilience programme activities, ensuring that they are coherent and consistent with IUCN’s “one programme” approach, build on and align with IUCN’s Marine and coastal conservation framework and add value to regionally and nationally defined priorities. is responsible for: i) Guiding the strategic direction and development of the thematic area, including development and marketing of project proposals with donors; ii) Ensuring that programmatic activities within the thematic area are effectively and efficiently implemented; iii) Promoting learning, knowledge generation and innovation within both the thematic area and in relation to the ESARO and GMPP Intersessional Programme and Strategy; and iv) Ensuring that progress and performance of the regional Marine Programme is regularly monitored and evaluated. The Technical Coordinator will be based in Nairobi, Kenya or Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania and will provide support to crucial climate change and coral reef resilience research activities in the Indian Ocean, whilst at the same time identifying, fund-raising for and building a programme of marine conservation projects and activities in the East and Southern Africa Region, with a focus on coastal climate change adaptation in the region. The Technical Coordinator is directly responsible for leading the strategic direction of the ESARO Marine and Coastal Resilience Thematic Programme, in line with the ESARO Intersessional Programme and Programme Strategy (which is ESARO’s contribution to the IUCN Global Marine and Polar Programme) – positioning IUCN as a lead technical body in the region. He/she will be responsible for: i) Guiding the strategic direction and development of the thematic area, including development and marketing of project proposals with donors; ii) Ensuring that programmatic activities within the thematic area are effectively and efficiently implemented; iii) Promoting learning, knowledge generation and innovation within both the thematic area and in relation to the ESARO and GMPP Intersessional Programme and Strategy; and iv) Ensuring that progress and performance of the regional Marine and Coastal Resilience Programme is regularly monitored and evaluated.

GAWI Consultant Tanzania

Universal access to health and care services for NCDs by older men and women in Tanzania Globally, developing countries are facing a double challenge – number of new infections of communicable diseases (CD) remains high, and at the same time the prevalence of no communicable diseases (NCDs) is rising fast. Tanzania Health Sector Strategic Plan 2015-2020 recognises this epidemiological transition. The plan reinforces the government’s commitment to provision of quality HIV and AIDS programmes, prevention and control of malaria, and early detection and treatment of tuberculosis and leprosy. It also calls for health facilities to “step up the diagnostic and therapeutic capacities for NCDs”. However, there is a risk that older men and women might not benefit from these efforts. AARP and HelpAge International are looking for national experts to assess access to quality affordable health services and care in relation to NCDs by older people in Tanzania. Specifically to assess: i. Universal health coverage (services package, coverage, affordability and quality) in relation to NCDs in relation to health and care needs of older people; ii. Frameworks, policies, and accountability mechanisms to support realisation of UHC in the context of NCDs iii. Progress towards UHC: prioritising and fast tracking needs of marginalised groups of older adults The consultant(s) is also to make recommendations in terms of actions required to facilitate progress towards UHC. The consultancy is proposed to start on July 9, 2018 and to be completed by 6 January, 2019 or earlier. The ideal consultant(s) will have an advanced degree(s) in relevant field(s), in-depth familiarity with literature and debate on UHC, and health and care issues of older people in Tanzania, and experience of conducting quantitative research, literature review and/or similar studies. Expression of Interest Interested consultants are invited to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) for delivery of the assignment by COB July 5, 2018 by email to Alex Mihnovits at amihnovits@helpage.org. The short EOI (about 3-5 pages) should include: 1) Proposed methodology outlining: a. specific research questions to be covered by the study b. proposed analysis to answer these questions c. list of datasets to be analysed d. indicators to be assessed e. report outline f. comments on the TOR e.g. scope, gaps, etc. 2) Work plan including outputs/deliverables and time frames for each stage 3) Proposed budget. The maximum budget is USD20,000 4) Appendixes (not included in the 3-5 pages) a. CV of the consultant(s) b. Contact information for 2 professional references c. Relevant studies previously produced (1-2) Please, see Terms of Reference for the full description of the consultancy.

Senior Program Management Officer

Overview: Reporting to the Country Director, the Program Management Officer will work as part of the Jhpiego Tanzania Senior Management Team to continuously review and monitor the full portfolio of programs under the Tanzania country office, including HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, maternal and neonatal health and malaria programs. The Program Management Officer will develop and/or refine project management systems to ensure thorough planning, budgeting, and implementation of the Tanzania program’s activities. The position will work closely with the in-country technical teams, finance and administration team, and Jhpiego’s HQ-based Senior Program Officer. The Program Management Officer in consultation with the country director and project directors, will also represent Jhpiego in external meetings with donors and strategic partners to ensure strong collaboration between Jhpiego and local governments, donors and sponsors. Tanzanian nationals strongly encouraged to apply. Responsibilities: Lead the Jhpiego Tanzania program tracking process in collaboration with the project team and ensure deliverables are met on time Work collaboratively with Chiefs of Party/Program Directors and finance staff to prepare and track the progress of program’s activity budgets to ensure adequate resources are available to reach program targets Meet the program teams monthly (at a minimum) to review program status. Monitor program deliverable/procurements and budget/activity planning and monitoring, in-line with annual work plan(s) Lead program reviews with program teams (including technical, program, M&E and finance) to ensure necessary program planning, development and management activities function smoothly and efficiently Coordinate in-country drafting of annual work plan process in consultant with technical and finance teams, including taking the lead when needed in drafting and consolidating work plan narrative and organizing budget preparation. Serve as Start-up Advisor and Close-Out Advisor for new and ending projects, as needed Create and maintain project charters for all current and new programs Work with different departments to develop/update and disseminate policies, such as Security, Travel, HR, Finance procedures, etc. Work with the Jhpiego Baltimore team to source for and coordinate technical assistance and consultancies needed by the project teams Ensure compliance with Jhpiego, John Hopkins University, and donor operational policies and regulations Promote opportunities for new business and sources of funding in Tanzania Participate in the writing and/or review of technical and programmatic portions of business development proposals Mentor field staff to assume responsibilities for quality management of programs at the field level In consultation with the Country Director; represent Jhpiego in meeting with senior level international health professionals, donors, universities and other partners Routinely monitor progress of Tanzania Strategic Plan with the Senior Management Team Coordinate and facilitate Senior Management Team bimonthly meetings and Tanzania All-Staff monthly meetings Lead development of Jhpiego Tanzania’s Annual Report Support Regional Representatives as a liaison between Regional Offices and Central Dar Office Promote Project Management (PM)@Jhpiego principles, tools and processes and support orientation of new and existing staff in PM@Jhpiego as needed Work with HR department to carry out New Staff Orientation Help to develop annual staff meetings and other program staff retreats Routinely promote use of internal presentations and Office 365 platforms for knowledge management and promoting/sharing Jhpiego’s work to internal audiences Support the communications team to coordinate Project-specific communications needs and develop and maintain the Tanzania eNewsletter Qualifications: Advanced degree in public health or related field 7+ years’ experience managing international health programs Strong project management skills (PMD Pro Certified preferred) Strong understanding of technical approaches for integrated approaches to maternal and newborn health and infection prevention control. Knowledge of international and USG donor agencies compliance regulations Experience developing work plans for large complex projects with multiple partners Demonstrated ability to develop and/or review project budgets and monitor project financial expenditures Field oriented and comfortable with a team approach to programming and the ability to manage several major activities simultaneously Demonstrated collaborative relationship with partners, stakeholders, and donor agencies Excellent presentation skills and verbal and written communications skills Excellent skills in facilitation, team building and coordination Aware of and sensitive to working in multiple socio-economic settings and with multi-cultural groups in a developing country environment Ability to work in a complex environment with multiple tasks, short deadlines and intense pressure to perform Ability to travel up to 40% of the time to field offices and activities Knowledge of Swahili and prior experience working in Tanzania is preferred How to apply: Jhpiego offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive employee benefits package. Please prepare cover letter, CV, references and salary history and submit to job # 2018-3245 at: https://ift.tt/2IE2Uog...

UNICEF Zimbabwe is inviting proposals from Individual International Consultants for the Provision of Technical Assistance in developing system-wide approach to Monitoring & Evaluation within Zimbabwe’s national education system

UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential. Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone. And we never give up. Background UNICEF is the closest partner to the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education (MoPSE), working together with development partners to implement various programmes guided by the Education Sector Strategic Plan (ESSP). Its programme focus is to increase equitable access to inclusive quality education for all children in Zimbabwe, and the UNICEF-supported education activities include: disbursement of School Improvement Grants (SIG)to disadvantaged schools, implementation of new curriculum and procurement of textbooks and related teaching/learning materials, in-service teacher training and professional capacity building, provision of non-formal education opportunities for out-of-school children, promotion of school WASH and health, support for children with disabilities and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) activities among various system strengthening activities. In addition, UNICEF is the grant agent for the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) grant of $20.58 million awarded in 2016 to the Government of Zimbabwe through the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education (MoPSE), as well as of the Education Development Fund (EDF) funded programme of $21.65 million. These grants support the MoPSE’s efforts to implement ESSP and cover the above described interventions implemented nationally, largely in the 72 districts spread across the 10 provinces of the country. Some of the activities are also implemented at the sub district levels, namely cluster and school levels. The multi-dimensions and complexity of these programme activities were highlighted in the recent evaluation of UNICEF support for education in Zimbabwe through EDF and GPE, resulting in a recommendation to develop and strengthen a system-wide approach to M&E. “The evaluation highlighted the absence of a programme-wide approach to monitoring and of a clear articulation of programme M&E with the emerging sector-wide monitoring process has hampered the ability to track progress and report against sector outcomes and link this in a plausible manner to programme progress.”[1] The evaluation further emphasised the need for inclusion of EDF and GPE M&E to fit within a broader sector M&E, including a regular, consolidated review of sector outcomes. Based on these backgrounds, UNICEF would like to engage a consultant to strengthen the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) capacity in demonstrating and reporting sector outcomes and improve programme implementation in education. Objectives The goal of this consultancy is to support the Education programme in: · Providing technical assistance to develop a clear and coherent M&E strategy for UNICEF-supported Education Programme activities through a result-based programme management approach · Supporting the development and strengthening of a system-wide approach to M&E to ensure systematic results tracking and synergies across various monitoring needs · Ensuring alignments across activity planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting with clear monitoring tools and standards developed and applied · Enhancing internal and external M&E capacities, including planning, monitoring, researching, documentation, innovative initiatives and others. Expected Outputs and Scope of Work Under the supervision of the Education Specialist, the consultant will work in the Education Section of UNICEF Zimbabwe and will liaise with relevant departments and sections of MoPSE, including Planning, Research and Development as well as ICT. Key Expected Outputs The expected outputs are: 1. Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) strategy developed and implemented 2. System-wide plan for M&E in place in Zimbabwe’s education system 3. M&E tools and standards aligned across concerned areas Scope of Work The consultant will support the completion of the following tasks: 1. Develop a M&E strategy with clear and coherent monitoring tools and structures to compile and manage programme information, data and evidences to inform programme planning, implementation and management and monitor achievement of the results targeted in the UNICEF’s Strategic Plan and Country Programme, MoPSE-UNICEF Work Plans, ESSP, EDF, GPE and other regional strategies and national priorities. 2. Work with the UNICEF Education section, the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education (MoPSE) and other education partners, to support development of system-wide plan for M&E in Zimbabwe’s national education system with clear and harmonized benchmarks and indicators to assess and improve performance accountability, coherence and delivery of concrete and sustainable results in Education Programme. 3. Support development of an M&E framework for the current ESSP. 4. Support knowledge generation and evidence-based advocacy activities by ensuring availability of systemic and quality data about status in the education sector and learning achievements (e.g. EMIS, Zimbabwe Early Learning Assessment [ZELA]) and promoting research, innovation and good practices (e.g. working with the Centre for Education Research, Innovation and Development [CERID) real time monitoring/RapidPro) 5. Support documentation and reporting of results achieved (including mid-year/annual reports, monitoring reports, donor reports) and identifying gaps and lessons learnt for timely resolutions Support identifying training and capacity building needs in comprehensive and evidence-based analysis, planning and monitoring 7. Undertake field visits to provide technical support in monitoring programme implementation, support the development of field monitoring plans and checklists and periodic programme reviews Major tasks, Deliverables, Timeframes and Payment Schedule The consultant will be expected to successfully complete the following key tasks, shown in the table below: Major task Deliverable Timeframe 1 Conduct desk review of all relevant programme documents including assessment of the current monitoring tools, mechanisms and database. Draft a work plan to develop a comprehensive M&E strategy and provide support in the development of monitoring tools in the Output area of equitable access Compile progress monthly report highlighting draft work plan of the development of a comprehensive M&E strategy and monitoring tools in output area of equitable access. 31 August 2018 2 2 Support in the development of monitoring tools in the Output area of improved learning opportunities and provide inputs to EDF Steering Committee meeting and contribute in the finalisation of donor reports Production of a monthly report indicating the developed monitoring tools in relation to the area of improved learning opportunities and share minutes of the steering committee meeting confirming participation. Share contributions made in the donor reports. 30 September 2018 3 Technical support in the development of monitoring framework for the current ESSP and training stakeholders on implementation of the framework for outcome reporting. Draft and submit an M&E strategy and assist in quarterly planning Present a report containing the developed monitoring framework for the current ESSP. Produce a training report showing the number of stakeholders trained and attach as an annex the training content Submit draft M&E strategy and quarterly plan 31 October 2018 4 Assist in monitoring the implementation of the M&E strategy Support the district ESPR process and contribute in planning f as well as participation in the Joint Monitoring Visit (JMV) M&E strategy implementation report including district ESPR process and JMV outcome report 30 November 2018 5 Provide support in the implementation of the M&E strategy and ESPR process and provincial level Provide inputs to ESPR at the national level Support finalization of donor reports Report on M&E strategy implementation at provincial level including inputs to ESPR process at national level and finalized donor reports in the month 31 December 2018 6 Draft an M&E capacity building plan Provide support to the annual review process and assist in the finalization of COAR (including RAM and SMQs) Provide inputs to EDF Steering Committee meeting Assist in quarterly planning with inputs Production of a draft M&E capacity building plan and a report highlighting contribution in the annual review process, COAR as well as minutes of the EDF steering Committee meeting. Quarterly planning input report 31 January 2019 7 Coordinates an M&E capacity building activity at the national level Incorporate any recommendations to the M&E strategy if any Provide support to the annual work plan process, including compilation of GPE/EDF implementation plans Monthly progress report highlighting completion of M&E capacity building activity at national level and an annex of support provided to the annual work plan 28 February 2019 8 Assist in preparatory work for new ESSP Support coordination of M&E capacity building activities at province and district levels Support finalization of donor reports February report on completed preparatory work for new ESSP Report on conducted M&E capacity building activities at provincial and district levels 31 March 2019 9 Provide inputs to EDF Steering Committee meeting Contribute to planning of and participate in a Joint Monitoring Visit (JMV) Support UNICEF’s inputs to DFID’s annual review process Support finalization of donor reports Assist in quarterly planning with inputs Production of a report on outcome of JMV, include inputs made to DFID annual review and quarterly planning report as well as minutes confirming Participation in EDF Steering Committee meeting as an annex to the report 30 April 2019 10 Support in implementation of the M&E strategy. Finalize M&E capacity building report M&E strategy implementation report and production of a final M&E capacity building report 31 May 2019 11 Finalize M&E strategy Support finalization of donor reports Final assignment report with finalized M&E strategy and donor reports attached as an annex 15 July 2019 UNICEF will provide all necessary administrative and logistical support. Timeframe This consultancy will start on 01 August 2018 and end on 15 July 2019. Consultancy Requirements i. An advanced university degree in public administration, statistics, economics, education or other social science field is required ii. A minimum of 5 years of professional experience in social development planning and management in relevant areas at the international level is required (relevant experience in a UN system agency or organization is an asset). iii. Fluency in English is required. iv. Excellent computer, research and data management and analysis skills are a must. v. Excellent writing and oral communication skills in English vi. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to support multidisciplinary teams and interact and communicate with government and non-government partners vii. Familiar with the Zimbabwe education system viii. Proven competency in the Results Based Management approach to programme design, monitoring and Evaluation. Application Procedure If interested and available, please submit your application letter, CV, Technical proposal and an all-inclusive financial proposal clearly indicating the monthly professional fees and travel related costs and any other miscellaneous costs. It is estimated that the consultant will be expected to spend 30days in the field outside Harare within the 11.5months. UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply. 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.

Water and Sanitation Officer

Solidarités International (SI) is a French humanitarian organisation operating for over 35 years who is committed to providing aid in the event of conflict and natural disasters. Our mission is to provide aid as quickly and as efficiently as possible to endangered populations by meeting their vital needs: water, food and shelter. SI has started activities in North-eastern Nigeria in August 2016 in the fields of Wash and is now intervening in 4 areas of the state for Wash and Shelter activities. We are recruiting to fill the position below: Water and Sanitation Officer Beginning of Contract: ASAP - 02 August 2018 Contract Duration: Until 1st November, 2019 (with possibility of extension) - Probation Period: 01 month Slots: 3 Mission/Objectives Under the supervision of the Watsan team leader, the Water and Sanitation Officer will lead and supervise work projects, respecting deadlines and technical requirements The Water and Sanitation Officer will be in charge of supervising the implementation of borehole drilling and borehole rehabilitations in the host community and IDP camps The Water and Sanitation Officer is also in charge of supervising the construction of Block of emergency latrine and shower and household latrines. Main Task Set-up and Operational Monitoring: Under the supervision of the WATSAN TEAM LEADER, take part in logistical and administrative organization and the planning and preparation of job sites Ensure the construction and/or the maintenance of construction work using Solidarités International tools (in particular): Take part in the identification of sites where work is to be carried out Recruit and train the workforce and daily workers Allocate the on-site workforce according to instructions given by the team leader Carry out work according to technical guidelines and estimates Respect deadlines established with his/her line manager Supervise operational teams, contractors and/or communities, and ensure the best use of available resources Organize, plan and supervise community participation Anticipate any problems associated with the management of his/her activity and propose solutions to avoid them Manage the supply of worksite materials by collaborating with the logistics department Report to the project manager and/or team leader on the state of decentralized stock (‘field’ stock) on his/her sites. Take part to the evaluation of the technical competence of contractors Respect Solidarités administrative procedures before, during and after each work project Establish safety and security measures for each activity and ensure that these rules are respected by the workforce under his/ her supervision and by the population. Reporting/Communication/Representation: Keep his/her monitoring tools and files archived in the Solidarités office, accessible to his/her team leader and/or project manager Take part in the drafting of project progress reports under the supervision of his/her team leader Take part in seminars and workshops related to the carrying-out of activities and to project objectives Report to the team leader regarding the development of activities and specific tasks that he/she has been assigned, any problems encountered and the quality of relations with the beneficiaries Report back all information or problems linked to his/her activity, Solidarités programs or safety issues Listen to the local population and authorities in order to identify any needs, complaints, or major events which could affect the activities of Solidarités Analyze the humanitarian situation by taking into account protection issues/Do No Harm to the population Collaborate with local authorities and administration Take part in restitution meetings and clusters on request Reporting and Functional Relationships Line manager: Watsan team leader Line report(s) on base Functional manager: WASH Program Manager Functional report(s) Technical Competences Training: University Degree in Water Resources or Civil Engineering or in one of the disciplines of Water Supply and/or Hydrology Project related skills: good knowledge of the project cycle, project implementation, project follow-up Microsoft Office ( Excel and Word skills), GIS and drawing software (autocad) Management related skills. Personal Abilities: Professional experience: 6 months of experience in similar position (NGO/Private or Public sector) Languages: English, Kanori, Haussa, Personal qualities: reliable, honest, very good organization, resistance to stress, good interpersonal skills (communication), team player. Salary and Conditions In accordance with SI’s Terms of Employment; for national staff in Nigeria. Delocalized status and related benefits. Method of Application Interested and qualified candidates should send their Applications (CV, Cover Letter, references) to: hr.coo@solidarites-nigeria.org using the position applied for as the subject of the e-mail. Note The file must be named with Name and surname of the candidate. Generic files will be immediately deleted As position is required as soon as possible, Solidarites International reserves the right to select a candidate and finalize the recruitment before the final date.

Water and Sanitation Team Leader

Solidarites International For over 35 years, the humanitarian aid organization SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL has been committed to providing aid in the event of conflict and natural disasters. Our mission is to provide aid as quickly and as efficiently as possible to endangered populations by meeting their vital needs: drinking water, food and shelter. We are recruiting to fill the position below: Water and Sanitation Team Leader Beginning of contract: 02 August 2018 Contract duration: until 01 November 2019 (with possibility of extension) Probation period: 01 month Job Description The Watsan Team Leader will coordinate a team of Water and Sanitation officer in order to set up the Water and Sanitation activities, ensuring that Solidarités International technical recommendations and procedures are followed. Main Task Setting up the Activities /Control and Supervision: Plan the weekly activities for his/her team and have them approved by his/her Line manager: Plan human resources needs (daily workers, workers...) Plan tool and material needs (request from stock) Anticipate administrative issues (requests in advance) Anticipate logistics issues (transport, communication means...) Organize and carry out, with his/her team, tasks assigned by his/her Line manager Supervise and monitor each stage of activity. Ensure that standards and instructions given by his/her Line manager, as well as Solidarités procedures, are followed Respect schedules and deadlines agreed upon with his/her Line manager Report back any problems and constraints encountered during the course of the activities and suggest operational solutions. Logistics and Administration: When recruiting daily workers, follow procedures and directives outlined by his/her Line manager and the administrative service Train his/her team members to use and maintain the available tools correctly Track usage with monitoring tools provided Enforce safety procedures Ensure that safety procedures are followed by members of his/her team Monitor the quality and quantity of material delivered to working sites Ensure the receipt and storage of material and equipment necessary for his/her work to be carried out on site. Reporting / Communication: Take part in weekly program meetings and clusters on request Keep his/her monitoring tools and files archived in the Solidarités office, accessible to his/her Team Leader and/or line manager Draw up and submit a weekly task report (which should include progress made by the team) to his/her line manager Take part in the drafting of the monthly program pack Establish and maintain good relations with local participants and communities (populations) in the operational fields Listen to the populations and local participants in the field and report to his/her line manager any non-technical or safety-related issues which could affect the activities or safety of Solidarités International teams Reporting and Functional Relationships Line manager: WASH Program Manager Assistant. Functional manager: WASH Program Manager Assistant. Requirements Training: University degree in Water Resources or Civil Engineering or in one of the disciplines of Water Supply and/or Hydrology. Professional experience: 1 year of experience in similar position (NGO/Private or Public sector) Languages: English, Kanori, Haussa Personal qualities: reliable, honest, very good organization, resistance to stress, good interpersonal skills (communication), team player, capacity to delegate and to manage, initiative and autonomy, capacity of prioritsation of tasks. Technical Competences: Project related skills : good knowledge of the project cycle, project implementation, project follow-up Microsoft Office ( Excel and Word skills), GIS and drawing software (autocad) Management related skills Salary and Conditions In accordance with SI’s Terms of Employment; for national staff in Nigeria. Delocalized status and related benefits. How to Apply Interested and qualified candidates should send their Applications (CV, Cover Letter, References) to: hr.coo@solidarites-nigeria.org The position you are applying for should be specified in subject line of the mail and the files must be saved with the Name and Surname of the candidates. Note Generic files will be immediately deleted As position is required as soon as possible, Solidarites International reserves the right to select a candidate and finalize the recruitment before the final date.

Food Security & Livelihood Project Manager

INTERSOS is an independent non-profit humanitarian organization that assists the victims of natural disasters, armed conflicts and exclusion. Its activities are based on the principles of solidarity, justice, human dignity, equality of rights and respect for diversity and coexistence, paying special attention to the most vulnerable and unprotected people. INTERSOS is looking for the following competent candidates for WFP funded project (subject to approval from the donor - initially job contracts will be 6 months duration) in different locations of Borno state, Nigeria. Food Security & Livelihood Project Manager Maiduguri with 70% travel to all sites in Borno state Degree/HND 5 Years Job Purpose To increase INTERSOS Humanitarian Programmes through the provision of strategic support on Food Security and Livelihood (FSL) and to strengthen FSL activities in the field with accordance with INTERSOS principles. Skills & Knowledge Have good verbal and written communication skills. Be approachable, diplomatic and able to work effectively in diverse, cross-cultural teams in a complex, multi-site work environment. Good leadership skills and a team player. Be computer literate including Microsoft Office programs (Word and Excel). Possess excellent attention to detail, highly organized, rigorous, self-motivated, strong sense of responsibility, ability to work independently. Be able to maintain high level of confidentiality. Hausa language will be an advantage. Method of Application

Protection Officer at INTERSOS

INTERSOS is an independent non-profit humanitarian organization that assists the victims of natural disasters, armed conflicts and exclusion. Its activities are based on the principles of solidarity, justice, human dignity, equality of rights and respect for diversity and coexistence, paying special attention to the most vulnerable and unprotected people. INTERSOS is looking for the following competent candidates for WFP funded project (subject to approval from the donor - initially job contracts will be 6 months duration) in different locations of Borno state, Nigeria. Protection Officer Locationb Ngala Degree/HND/ND in Social Sciences/ Law 3 Years Job Purpose To increase INTERSOS Humanitarian Programmes through the provision of strategic support on Food Security and Livelihood (FSL) and to strengthen FSL activities in the field with accordance with INTERSOS principles. Skills & Knowledge Have good verbal and written communication skills. Be approachable, diplomatic and able to work effectively in diverse, cross-cultural teams in a complex, multi-site work environment. Good leadership skills and a team player. Be computer literate including Microsoft Office programs (Word and Excel). Possess excellent attention to detail, highly organized, rigorous, self-motivated, strong sense of responsibility, ability to work independently. Be able to maintain high level of confidentiality. Hausa language will be an advantage.

Warehouse Officer at INTERSOS

INTERSOS is an independent non-profit humanitarian organization that assists the victims of natural disasters, armed conflicts and exclusion. Its activities are based on the principles of solidarity, justice, human dignity, equality of rights and respect for diversity and coexistence, paying special attention to the most vulnerable and unprotected people. INTERSOS is looking for the following competent candidates for WFP funded project (subject to approval from the donor - initially job contracts will be 6 months duration) in different locations of Borno state, Nigeria. Warehouse Officer Location Banki Degree/HND/ND in Social Sciences 3 Years Job Purpose To increase INTERSOS Humanitarian Programmes through the provision of strategic support on Food Security and Livelihood (FSL) and to strengthen FSL activities in the field with accordance with INTERSOS principles. Skills & Knowledge Have good verbal and written communication skills. Be approachable, diplomatic and able to work effectively in diverse, cross-cultural teams in a complex, multi-site work environment. Good leadership skills and a team player. Be computer literate including Microsoft Office programs (Word and Excel). Possess excellent attention to detail, highly organized, rigorous, self-motivated, strong sense of responsibility, ability to work independently. Be able to maintain high level of confidentiality. Hausa language will be an advantage.

Warehouse Incharge MSU-Banki

INTERSOS is an independent non-profit humanitarian organization that assists the victims of natural disasters, armed conflicts and exclusion. Its activities are based on the principles of solidarity, justice, human dignity, equality of rights and respect for diversity and coexistence, paying special attention to the most vulnerable and unprotected people. INTERSOS is looking for the following competent candidates for WFP funded project (subject to approval from the donor - initially job contracts will be 6 months duration) in different locations of Borno state, Nigeria. Warehouse Incharge MSU-Banki Location Banki Degree/HND/ND in Social Sciences 3 Years Job Purpose To increase INTERSOS Humanitarian Programmes through the provision of strategic support on Food Security and Livelihood (FSL) and to strengthen FSL activities in the field with accordance with INTERSOS principles. Skills & Knowledge Have good verbal and written communication skills. Be approachable, diplomatic and able to work effectively in diverse, cross-cultural teams in a complex, multi-site work environment. Good leadership skills and a team player. Be computer literate including Microsoft Office programs (Word and Excel). Possess excellent attention to detail, highly organized, rigorous, self-motivated, strong sense of responsibility, ability to work independently. Be able to maintain high level of confidentiality. Hausa language will be an advantage.

Data Entry Assistant (preferably from the local area)

INTERSOS is an independent non-profit humanitarian organization that assists the victims of natural disasters, armed conflicts and exclusion. Its activities are based on the principles of solidarity, justice, human dignity, equality of rights and respect for diversity and coexistence, paying special attention to the most vulnerable and unprotected people. INTERSOS is looking for the following competent candidates for WFP funded project (subject to approval from the donor - initially job contracts will be 6 months duration) in different locations of Borno state, Nigeria. Data Entry Assistant (preferably from the local area) Location Ngala HND/ ND in Computer science 2 Years Job Purpose To increase INTERSOS Humanitarian Programmes through the provision of strategic support on Food Security and Livelihood (FSL) and to strengthen FSL activities in the field with accordance with INTERSOS principles. Skills & Knowledge Have good verbal and written communication skills. Be approachable, diplomatic and able to work effectively in diverse, cross-cultural teams in a complex, multi-site work environment. Good leadership skills and a team player. Be computer literate including Microsoft Office programs (Word and Excel). Possess excellent attention to detail, highly organized, rigorous, self-motivated, strong sense of responsibility, ability to work independently. Be able to maintain high level of confidentiality. Hausa language will be an advantage.

FSL Field Monitor (must be from the project area)

INTERSOS is an independent non-profit humanitarian organization that assists the victims of natural disasters, armed conflicts and exclusion. Its activities are based on the principles of solidarity, justice, human dignity, equality of rights and respect for diversity and coexistence, paying special attention to the most vulnerable and unprotected people. INTERSOS is looking for the following competent candidates for WFP funded project (subject to approval from the donor - initially job contracts will be 6 months duration) in different locations of Borno state, Nigeria. FSL Field Monitor (must be from the project area) (2 Male 5 female) Location NgalaJere/MMC Damasak and Banki HND// Minimum of School Certificate 2 Years Job Purpose To increase INTERSOS Humanitarian Programmes through the provision of strategic support on Food Security and Livelihood (FSL) and to strengthen FSL activities in the field with accordance with INTERSOS principles. Skills & Knowledge Have good verbal and written communication skills. Be approachable, diplomatic and able to work effectively in diverse, cross-cultural teams in a complex, multi-site work environment. Good leadership skills and a team player. Be computer literate including Microsoft Office programs (Word and Excel). Possess excellent attention to detail, highly organized, rigorous, self-motivated, strong sense of responsibility, ability to work independently. Be able to maintain high level of confidentiality. Hausa language will be an advantage.

Finance Assistants – 2 positions

INTERSOS is an independent non-profit humanitarian organization that assists the victims of natural disasters, armed conflicts and exclusion. Its activities are based on the principles of solidarity, justice, human dignity, equality of rights and respect for diversity and coexistence, paying special attention to the most vulnerable and unprotected people. INTERSOS is looking for the following competent candidates for WFP funded project (subject to approval from the donor - initially job contracts will be 6 months duration) in different locations of Borno state, Nigeria. Finance Assistants - 2 positions Location Roving Degree/Finance/ Accountancy 2 Years Job Purpose To increase INTERSOS Humanitarian Programmes through the provision of strategic support on Food Security and Livelihood (FSL) and to strengthen FSL activities in the field with accordance with INTERSOS principles. Skills & Knowledge Have good verbal and written communication skills. Be approachable, diplomatic and able to work effectively in diverse, cross-cultural teams in a complex, multi-site work environment. Good leadership skills and a team player. Be computer literate including Microsoft Office programs (Word and Excel). Possess excellent attention to detail, highly organized, rigorous, self-motivated, strong sense of responsibility, ability to work independently. Be able to maintain high level of confidentiality. Hausa language will be an advantage. Method of Application INTERSOS has a selection process that reflects its commitment to the protection of children and women from abuse and exploitation. Females will be highly encouraged to apply for above positions especially for Field Monitor from the local area of the project. Your CV must be clearly mention relevant work experience with position applied for in subject line of your email. You are advised to submit your application only for one which seems most relevant to you skills, knowledge and experience. No TA/DA will be provided for appearing into interview. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Resident Engineer

Human Dynamics is a specialized provider of consulting services for public sector clients, with a focus on transition and developing countries. We deliver technical development aid assistance on behalf of major international donors, principally the European Union, and we work toward achieving real progress in combating some of the most difficult international development issues. Resident Engineer Project: Technical Assistance for Implementation of Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Reform Programme Phase III (WSSSRP III) Category: Senior Non-Key Expert (SNKE) Duration: 1 Year (renewable) Background The Technical Assistance Team (Hulia & Co Human Dynamics KG) is seeking the services of qualified Resident Engineers who will provide technical expertise in the contract management and supervision of the works contract under the European Union supported Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Reform Programme Phase Ill (WSSSRP Ill) Adamawa, Ekiti and Plateau states. The water works contract management and supervision will be conducted in the selected small towns in the 6 selected LGAs in the 3 participating states - Adamawa State (Mubi South and Furora LGAs) Ekiti State (Gbonyin and Ekiti West LGAs) and Plateau State (Riyom and Shendam LGAs). Scope of Work The SNKE Resident Engineers will perform supervision over the implementation of all Contractor’s activities and ensure their compliance with the terms of the Works Contract, quality requirements and main design, from the conclusion of the contract to technical inspection, including preparation of the takeover certificate and takeover record. Required Profile of the Expert Education and Skills: Master's degree in Civil Engineering/Water Engineering/Electro-Mechanical Engineering, or other related fields. In the absence of a Master degree, 10 years’ relevant experience in addition to the general experience required; Registered member of Council for the Regulation of Engineering In Nigeria (COREN); Knowledge of applicable procurement rules (specifically for works) and PCM methodology; Fluency in English; Computer skills - MS office. General Professional Experience: A minimum of 12 years of professional experience in engineering; A minimum of 10 years of professional experience in implementation of water supply and sanitation projects; A minimum of 5 years of professional experience in Sub-Saharan Africa; especially in Nigeria. Specific Professional Experience: At least 5 years’ experience in relevant projects related to water rehabilitation/ improvement in urban areas/small towns (civil, electrical, mechanical works and installation of equipment); At least 3 years’ experience in leading teams; At least 3 years’ experience in supervision and or design of water works contracts in urban and small towns; Experience with regard to feasibility planning, detailed designs, contract management and operation of water supply and sewerage systems; Experience in reviewing technical specifications; Experience in structural and civil engineering of water works, electrical engineering and/or quantity surveying. Experience in water supply network construction will be an added advantage. Method of Application Applicants should send their CV's to: marinela.koleva@humandynamics.org and copy esmshelia@hotmail.com

Field Supervisor

Human Dynamics is a specialized provider of consulting services for public sector clients, with a focus on transition and developing countries. We deliver technical development aid assistance on behalf of major international donors, principally the European Union, and we work toward achieving real progress in combating some of the most difficult international development issues. Field Supervisor Project: Technical Assistance for Implementation of Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Reform Programme Phase III (WSSSRP III) Category: Junior Non Key Expert (JNKE) Duration: 1 Year (renewable) Background The Technical Assistance Team (Hulla & Co Human Dynamics KG) is seeking the services of qualified Site Inspectors who will provide technical expertise in the contract management and supervision of the works contract under the European Union supported Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Reform Programme Phase Ill (WSSSRP Ill) Adamawa, Ekiti and Plateau states. The water works contract management and supervision will be conducted in the selected small towns in the 6 selected LGAs in the 3 participating states Adamawa State (Mubi South and Furore LGAs), Ekiti State (Gbonyin and Ekiti West LGAs) and Plateau State (Riyom and Shendarn LGAs). Scope of Work The JNKE Site Inspectors will perform supervision over the implementation of all Contractor’s activities and ensure their compliance with the terms of the Works Contract, quality requirements and main design from the conclusion of the contract to technical inspection, including preparation of the takeover certificate and takeover record. Required Profile of the Expert Education and Skills: University degree and/or vocational education degree in the field of Civil Engineering; Registered member of Council For The Regulation Of Engineering In Nigeria (COREN); Excellent writing and reporting skills; Excellent communication skills; Fluency in English; Computer skills - MS office Computer skills - Auto-Cad would be an asset. General Professional Experience: A minimum of 7 years of professional experience in the field of engineering; A minimum of 5 years of professional experience in implementation of water supply and sanitation projects; Work experience in Nigeria. Specific Professional Experience: At least 3 years’ experience in projects related to water rehabilitation/ improvement in urban areas/small towns (civil, electrical, mechanical works and installation of equipment); Experience in supervision of water works contracts in urban and small towns; Experience with implementation of CLTS approach will be an advantage; Experience in the use of AutoCAD will be an added advantage. Method of Application Applicants should send their CV's to: marinela.koleva@humandynamics.org and copy esmshelia@hotmail.com

EH Hygiene Promotion Assistant At The International Rescue Committee (IRC)

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. Founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein, the IRC offers lifesaving care and life-changing assistance to people affected by war or disaster. At work today in over 40 countries and 22 U.S. cities, we restore safety, dignity and hope to millions who are uprooted and struggling to endure. The IRC leads the way from harm to home. We are recruiting to fill the position below: EH Hygiene Promotion Assistant Scope of Work The EH Assistant-Hygiene Promotion will be based in Yobe and report to the EH Officer - Hygiene Promotion. S/he will be primarily responsible for supervising the implementation of hygiene promotion activities at village level as directed by the EH Officer-Hygiene Promotion. The main objective of this position is to support the EH Officer-Hygiene promotion in implementing hygiene promotion activities in the communities. This includes training of Community Hygiene promoters, establishing and training WASH committees, Kids hygiene clubs and directly carrying out hygiene awareness in the communities. Objectives Ensure that the hygiene promotion activities in the communities are implemented in a timely and professional manner and in line with beneficiary needs. Maintain close links and collaboration with other EH teams and sectors including Health, Nutrition, Protection, CYPD (Child and Youth Protection and Development), Women’s Protection and Empowerment (WPE) and Economic Recovery and Development (ERD). Major Responsibilities Technical Quality: Directly implement hygiene promotion activities in the communities; this includes household visits, hygiene awareness sessions and distribution of hygiene promotion materials. Coordinate closely with the EH Officer-Water and Sanitation and Hygiene Promoters over water quality and beneficiary needs and preferences regarding water collection points If requested, participate in any inter sectorial assessment process, including analysis and planning. Directly manage the day to day hygiene promotion activities in the field locations. Ensure that hygiene promotion activities meet agreed objectives within the timeframe. Ensure program activities foster accountability to beneficiaries, gender and protection sensitivity and inclusion are adequately addressed in programming. Distribute Information, Communication and Education (IEC) materials to Community hygiene Promoters and train hygiene promoters on their appropriate use. Provide technical support and training for hygiene promoters, community volunteers, community leaders, kid’s hygiene clubs and WASH committees. Provide regular reports, document results and maintain detailed records Provide weekly reports of progress on hygiene promotion activities. Maintain comprehensive control systems on materials and tools used including notes on quality of materials and detailed NFI distribution records. Staff Supervision & Development: Assist the EH Officer - Hygiene promotion to identify, train and support Community hygiene promoters, WASH committee members and Kids hygiene club members. Supervise and manage community Hygiene promoters. Maintain open and professional relations with team members, promoting a strong team spirit and providing oversight and guidance to enable work teams to successfully complete their tasks on time and within budget. Responsible for community hygiene promoter’s weekly reports, timesheets and weekly work plans. Monitoring: Participate in daily monitoring and recording of Hygiene promotion activities including house hold visits, Group Hygiene sessions, Mass Hygiene awareness campaigns, NFI distributions and other Hygiene related activities. Participate in Monthly HH surveys and KAP surveys depending on need. Other duties: Consistently and proactively monitor/assess the safety and security of the team; promptly reporting concerns or incidents to the EH Officer - Hygiene promotion, and liaising with community leaders and other external parties as required to maintain/enhance the security environment for IRC programs Any other duties as assigned by the supervisor for the development IRC programs Requirements Minimum Diploma or certificate in Social Sciences or Public Health; Experience in implementation of hygiene promotion activities. Experience in establishment and training of Hygiene Promoters, WASH committees and School hygiene Clubs. Good communication skills, effective in representation and liaison with community members and leaders. Works well in and promotes teamwork, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment, flexible and able to handle pressure well. Competent user of MS Applications: Word and Excel Sound knowledge of English language Knowledge of the Local language - Hausa Work Environment: Security level orange. The situation in Yobe, Damaturu remains unpredictable; there is active conflict in many parts of the country and a possibility for further expansion of the conflict and violence into other areas and other states. Benefits Competitive Monthly salary, 13th Month Salary Inclusive, Health Insurance Coverage for Family, Pension, Creche Facilities available for Women with babies under 24 Months. How to Apply Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV's and Cover Letter addressed to the "Human Resources Coordinator, International Rescue Committee" via: IRCNigeria.Recruitment@rescue.org Subject of the application should read: EH Hygiene Promotion Assistant, Yobe. Or Hand delivered Application should be sent to the IRC Office in Yobe. Note Only shortlisted candidates will be communicated for Interview. IRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer IRC considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability. However, Yobe indigenes and residents are highly encouraged to apply.