Facilities Manager job in New York, New York

Facilities Manager job in New York, New York
Facilities Manager. New York. Posting Date: 03/21/2019. Deadline: 04/04/2019 Job Title: Facilities Manager The Facilities Manager helps ensure facilities in the New York City office are operating efficiently and optimally. Work is performed independentl...

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Program Officer - Roma and Democracy job in Berlin, Germany

Program Officer - Roma and Democracy job in Berlin, Germany
Program Officer - Roma and Democracy. Berlin. Posting Date: 03/21/2019. Deadline: 04/15/2019The Roma Initiatives Office aims to strengthen the voices and leadership of Roma as well as to improve public policies and services provided to Roma and others....

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Team Leader –Monitoring and Evaluation and Knowledge Management (TL-M&E and KM )

Team Leader –Monitoring and Evaluation and Knowledge Management (TL-M&E and KM ) Job Requirements Qualification in Relevant Field of Study:   MPH/MSC/MA -Demography, Public Health, Statistics, Health Informatics, Mathematics and related studies Minimum Years of Relevant Experience:  6 years of  which must have a minimum four(4) years experience after Master degree , shall posses 3 years experience at middle level management, and relevant experience in Knowledge management, Research and Monitoring and Evaluation at senior management level in the NGO sector donor funded project   Desirable:  He/she must have been involved in conducting SRH research using qualitative and quantitative methods , and disseminate research findings, as well as lead monitoring and evaluation, research and knowledge management team; Computer skill in relevant M&E software is required Place of work:     Head Office, Addis Ababa   Terms of employment :  One year contract, renewable based on satisfactory performance and availability of funds How to Apply Interested applicants should send no-returnable applications with CV and copies of credentials and other supporting documents with in 10 calendar days of this announcement to the following address. Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia Human Resource Manager P.O. Box 5716 Addis Ababa Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia is an equal opportunity employer and female applicants are highly encouraged to apply.

Team Leader- Plan and Program (TL-PP)-II

Team Leader- Plan and Program (TL-PP)-II Job Requirements Qualification in Relevant Field of Study: MPH/MA/MSc in Public Health or Demography or Economics or Population Studies or Health Economics, and related studies Minimum Years of Relevant Experience:  6 years  of  which must have a minimum four(4) years experience after Master degree , shall posses progressive hands on experience in managing and coordinating donor funded programs/projects 3 years at the middle level management position, experience in project proposal development, experience in SRH & Health sector policy research and analysis, strategic planning skill Desirable:  He/she must come with sufficient knowledge of workings in the NGO sector and the SRH situation at national and regional levels. He/she must be knowledgeable of issues around SRH policies and strategies at national and sub-national levels .Computer skill in relevant software is desired; Place of work:     Head Office, Addis Ababa Terms of employment :  One year contract, renewable based on satisfactory performance and availability of funds How to Apply Interested applicants should send no-returnable applications with CV and copies of credentials and other supporting documents with in 10 calendar days of this announcement to the following address. Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia Human Resource Manager P.O. Box 5716 Addis Ababa Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia is an equal opportunity employer and female applicants are highly encouraged to apply.

Human Resource and Organization Development Manager

Human Resource and Organization Development Manager Job Requirements Qualification in Relevant Field of Study:  MBA/MSC/MA/ in Human Resource, Business Administration, Public Administration, Management Minimum Years of Relevant Experience:  6 Years  of experience ; with minimum 4 years experience after MAMSC/MBA degree; shall posses relevant work experience in Human Resource Management in NGO or private sector or government health sector programs setting out of this 3 years in senior management or management position. Desirable: Extensive knowledge of Human Asset management requirements of donors. Computer skill in relevant software/HMIS/ is desired  Place of work:     Head Office, Addis Ababa Terms of employment :  One year contract, renewable based on satisfactory performance and availability of funds How to Apply Interested applicants should send no-returnable applications with CV and copies of credentials and other supporting documents with in 10 calendar days of this announcement to the following address. Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia Human Resource Manager P.O. Box 5716 Addis Ababa Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia is an equal opportunity employer and female applicants are highly encouraged to apply.

Manager- Logistics and Supplies Division-II

Manager- Logistics and Supplies Division-II Job Requirements Qualification in Relevant Field of Study: MBA/MSC/MA/ in Supply Management, Finance, Accounting, Business Administration, Business management,  Minimum Years of Relevant Experience :  6 Years experience; with  minimum 4 years experience after MBA/MSC/MA degree;  shall posses relevant work experience in procurement and supplies management or supply Chain Management in NGO or private sector or government health sector Supply management setting out of this 3 years in senior management position.  Desirable:   Extensive knowledge of procurement, health commodity & logistics management requirements of donors/ Computer skill in relevant software is desired Place of work:     Head Office, Addis Ababa  Terms of employment :  One year contract, renewable based on satisfactory performance and availability of funds How to Apply Interested applicants should send no-returnable applications with CV and copies of credentials and other supporting documents with in 10 calendar days of this announcement to the following address.  Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia Human Resource Manager P.O. Box 5716 Addis Ababa  Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia is an equal opportunity employer and female applicants are highly encouraged to apply.

Early Childhood Development (ECD) Program Officer

Early Childhood Development (ECD) Program Officer Sodo-Buee Child and Family Development Charitable Organization (SBCFDCO) is an indigenous, non-governmental, non-profit, secular, legally registered Ethiopian resident charity organization working in partnership with ChildFund Ethiopia and dedicated to bring long lasting and sustained changes in the lives of disadvantaged children and youths through enhanced role of parents, youth and Children in three core programmatic areas, namely: Early Childhood Development (ECD), Basic Education and Youth Development. SBCFDCO is currently looking for qualified and experienced “Early Childhood Development (ECD) Program Officer” who fulfils the following requirements. Job Summary: - This is one of a position in the structure of the organization.  He/She Plan, coordinate and guide all Life Stage-1/ECD program related activities of the organization to ensure healthy growth of Infant and young children (IYC).  He/She ensures that all organization enrolled male and female children and their siblings, whose ages range from 0-6 years old are benefiting in an appropriate program interventions based on their needs including attendance and completion of pre-school and readiness to grade one. BASIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Participate in the development, implementation, review and evaluation of Organizational Area Strategic Plan (ASP) focusing on safe and caring environments for infants and young children. Designing and leading implementation of program initiatives that improve livelihood status of parents and care-givers of infant and young children, including provision of, business and entrepreneurial skill trainings for those women and men parents organized in VSLA and CSSG. And continuous follow up and document successes to the same groups.  Implement and monitor all those activities planned and stipulated in the Annual operational Plan (AOP) for improvement of access and use of standard and age appropriate services and pre-schools for all target Deprived, Excluded and vulnerable(DEV) infant and young children and submit quality accomplishment reports that can show outcome level change on timely bases for government & donors. Actively participate in the development of mechanisms, and managing the relationships with other organizations to optimize marketing and grant funding opportunities. Regularly provide leads and suggestions to improve organizational output through submitting concept papers, sharing innovative and successful projects focusing on healthy growth of target IYC and capacity building of their care givers. Organize and conduct trainings, workshops, and consultative meetings with organization staff, various community groups and stakeholders in the operational area on different themes that directly and indirectly benefit target IYC and their caregivers. Assess risk factors affecting the well-being of target IYC and their caregivers and program operations in general in the operational kebeles and contribute inputs for risk mitigation strategies. Keep data of IYC in the stated age range by the type of the service they are being participating and periodically update. Develop initiatives to empower target IYC families and caregivers to better use their potentials and community assets for self- development in a sustainable manner, Periodically assess, measure, document and report program interventions results and outcomes, Initiate and lead the CDFs in implementing effective and efficient ways of participating IYC parents and caregivers in relevant programs. Facilitate  periodic growth monitoring of target IYC, systematically follow-up health and nutritional status of under five children and take appropriate action to improve their unhealthy and malnutrition statuses if any, Develop and maintain effective communication and foster partnerships with a variety of government organizations, volunteers, child protection structures and other community groups in providing services to the target groups of the organization. Perform other duties assigned by the supervisor. Term of employment: - Annually renewed based on performance Job Requirements MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Educational Qualification: BA/BSc degree in Nursing, Public health, Psychology, Sociology, and other related Social Science field of study. Work Experience: +5 years relevant experience out of which 2 years NGO expereince in community development-primary health care, nutrition and ECD projects. Other Required Technical Skills and Competencies: Practical experience in use of Computer(Word, Excel, power point, etc ) and managing e-mails, Analytical report writing and documentation skills, Excellent written and oral communication skills in English Language; Excellent interpersonal communication  and negotiation skills, team oriented work styles, Strong interest and commitment to work with IYC and their caregivers, Knowledge of child protection issues, and skills in facilitating the participation of people in community development projects. Firm belief in teamwork, gender equality, sensitivity to HIV/AIDS, participatory approach and sustainable development. Respectful, accountability, excellence, facilitating change, Dedicated and committed to tasks and deadlines, steward, excellent partnership building; Very good in networking and negotiation, hardworking, punctual, concerned; have ability and willingness to work under pressure; Motivating,inspiring and energizing others to achieve the project/programs and/or organizational goals; work experience in multicultural environment, proven ability to facilitate cooperation  in a multidisciplinary team, Leadership, problem solving, The ideal person should be not  focusing on  8:30 to 5:30 working hours mentality Motor bicycle driving skill is important How to Apply Interested applicants can submit their Updated CV(not more than 3pages); Application Letter(1page); and 1/one/page Table summarizing-Educational Qualification, Work experiences, Technical  Skills/Knowledge, and Competency to Sodo-Buee Child and Family Development Charitable Organization(SBCFDCO) main office in person during  office  hours till 5:30 PM at Buee Town located 103km from Addis Ababa-Alemgena-Butajira Road; Or E-mail to hrbueecfdco@gmail.com. Besides, clearly describe the position you are applying for in the Subject line of your E-mail and Application Letter as “Application for ECD Program Officer”. And  Online Application is not Acceptable; and Notice: - Academic Credentials and other supporting documents are not required at this application stage                  [i.e You will  Submit later when requested]; Only short listed candidates will be acknowledged and called for the recruitment written & interview tests.   Except officially communicated Any Phone call and/or personal communication to SBCFDCO after application is forbidden. Any Applicant failing to follow the abovementioned application procedures and notice will be automatically canceled from the competition.  “Women are strongly encouraged to apply”

Support Services Team Leader

Support Services Team Leader Overall Purpose of the Role: DRC Djibouti is looking for a motivated Support Services Team Leader to implement the DRC Djibouti operations strategy by reinforcing support services systems in Djibouti and ensuring compliance to DRC Dynamics and Operations Handbook manuals and policy briefs, especially with the new DRC enterprise resource planning online system, DRC Dynamics. Responsibilities Rationalization of the support services functions Support the new strategic plan for the DRC Djibouti Office by ensuring implementation of a specific plan for support services Ensure procurement planning for the DRC office is well managed Ensure the field office is compliant to DRC operational handbook and DRC Dynamics User Guides and policy briefs by conducting regular field visits and mini-internal audits to ensure capacity is sufficient for the operation Provide guidance on policy issues at field level in liaison with the Country Office Support the Area Manager and the Country Office in developing a realistic strategic plan and making it evolve over time Line management and coaching of all senior support systems staff, recruiting, and re-structuring the overall team as required and build overall staff capacity. Administration and Human Resources Manage all components of human resources for DRC Djibouti including enforcing DRC HR Manual and International Compensation Policies as well as being responsible for correct and updated HR files for all DRC Djibouti staff Supervision of Finance and Administration staff, including technical guidance to program colleagues. Act as the main liaison between DRC Djibouti offices and the DRC Ethiopia Country Office regarding recruitment and creation of positions, as approved by Area Manager Supervise payroll management for staff and ensuring that the salary payments take place in a transparent and coherent manner and in line with DRC Dynamics for payment processing as well as any locally developed SOPs Implement, manage and develop internal controls in coordination with the Area Manager Ensure effective archiving for DRC Djibouti offices, including utilization of DRC EA SharePoint for scanning and archiving of documentation as per the Operations Handbook and DRC Dynamics chapters on document archiving. Ensure that all necessary agreements, permits, and licenses necessary for DRC‘s operations (including VAT exemption) are in place and kept up to date in line with national administrative rules and regulations pertaining to the activities of DRC. Ensure a sound HR and payroll management system compliant to DRC HR policies is in place and according to the current local laws with respect to VAT withholding and severance policies. Finance Overall responsibility for ensuring sound financial management in the Field Office, especially via the DRC enterprise resource planning online system Dynamics Ensure DRC finance regulations and procedures are adhered to in the Field Office. Review cash flow forecast and money request for the field is done in a timely manner and submitted to management on at least a monthly basis Training, mentoring and capacity building of national finance, support, and program staff in good grant management practices and other finance procedures. Consistently assess and identify gaps for further capacity building of staff on DRC financial regulations and procedures. Responsible for ensuring that all financial documentation is archived in line with DRC Dynamics and local SOPs on scanning, filing, and archiving Constantly check the integrity and robustness of financial procedures and advise the Area Manager and HoSS on corrective actions to minimise losses. Manage the Djibouti master budget in DRC Dynamics as advised by the Country Office and HQ. Supply chain Supervision of Supply chain staff Ensure DRC procurement guidelines are adhered to in the field office Actively engage and support the program teams in procurement planning to ensure timely delivery of project inputs and activities. Monitor DRC procurement procedures and ensure complete accountability of stock and asset inventories. Supervise and review the bi-annual physical inventory of all assets and follow due procedure for disposal of obsolete assets according to DRC Operations Handbook and donor requirements/procedures. Develop a database for prequalified suppliers or service providers to improve efficiency in procurement, in line with current DRC procedures for supplier vetting and that all new suppliers are uploaded onto the DRC Dynamics database for pre-qualification. Similarly responsible for ensuring that vender performance is recorded and any and all issues are recorded on the DRC Dynamics master vendor data. IT Ensure the office is compliant with the new DRC Dynamics and Operations Manual Train staff on the use of DRC Dynamics About you In this position, you are expected to demonstrate DRC’s five core competencies: Striving for excellence: You focus on reaching results while ensuring an efficient process. Collaborating: You involve relevant parties and encourage feedback. Taking the lead: You take ownership and initiative while aiming for innovation. Communicating: You listen and speak effectively and honestly. Demonstrating integrity: You act in line with our vision and values. Qualifications: University degree in a relevant field (Finance, accounting or any humanitarian activity) or proven work experience that would match a University degree At least 2 years of implementation of support services in humanitarian programs, preferably in a NGO setting Experience in providing oversight of support functions (IT, Human Resources, Supply Chain, Administration). Good knowledge of IT, especially with Microsoft suites and in troubleshooting for staff with little command of IT Previous knowledge of enterprise resource planning online system Good interpersonal, communication skills with experience in liaising with local authorities and local partners Flexible, pro-active, and with the ability on follow through on tasks Languages: Excellent skills in French and in English mandatory Working knowledge of Arabic considered a plus.Conditions Contract: Eight months’ contract with possibility of extension, subject to funding and performance. Salary and other conditions are offered in accordance with DRC’s Terms of Employment for international staff graded at Eployment Band G or competitive salary and conditions as per national staff terms of employment. Availability: April 2019 Duty station: The position will be based in Djibouti Ville. This position is non-accompanied. How to apply: Application and CV Only motivated applications that address the stipulated duties and meet the required qualifications, sent together with a CV, will be considered. DRC only accepts applications sent via our online-application form on www.drc.dk under Vacancies. Please remember to upload both a letter of application and your CV and do not attach any written recommendations. Please submit your application and CV in English no later than 6th April, 2019. Gender Equality: DRC is committed to achieving gender parity in staffing at all levels. In light of this, women candidates are particularly encouraged to apply to bridge the gender gap. Equal Opportunities: DRC is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity and we are committed to creating an inclusive environment based on mutual respect for all employees. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, disability status, religion, ethnic origin, colour, race, marital status or other protected characteristics.

Mental Health Psychosocial Support and Gender Based Violence Officer

Mental Health Psychosocial Support and Gender Based Violence Officer JOB SUMMARY Responsible for the implementation of a training MHPSS/GBV program to be run in Bor Hospital and at community level through MDM local implementing partner in Bor - Jonglei State, South Sudan. GEOGRAPHICAL SCOPE OF INTERVENTION: Bor – Jonglei State, South Sudan. ORGANIZATION CHART The successful candidate will be part of the Humanitarian team and will report to the Project Coordinator, as well, he/she will have direct technical link with MHPSS Coordinator in HQ. FUNCTIONS · Responsible for developing curriculum for a MHPSS/GBV training for health staff a Bor Hospital and for health staff of our local partner, Sudan Medical Care .Regarding MHPSS the training will include at least basic MHPSS concepts, basic counselling skills, trauma informed care, grief and early stimulation for children. Regarding GBV, the training will include basic Gender/ GBV concepts, awareness raising, case management and referral pathways. · Ensure the link with other humanitarian actors and build referral MHPSS/ GBV pathways · Development of a community-based plan for social mobilizers and community health workers to link with the community, support them in dealing with common psychosocial/ GBV issues and refer to primary health care teams / hospital for a more specialized care. · Support and supervise health staff in delivering psychosocial counselling sessions. · Ensure the monitoring of activities and results by elaborating an M&E system. · Responsible for updating MHPSS/GBV program needs through needs assessments. · Responsible for weekly and monthly program activities report · To actively participate in the writing of donors proposals. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Academic background: Psychologist Desirable: Studies in MH in Humanitarian Action Gender studies REQUIREMENTS: · Language requirements: High level of spoken and written English. · Computer requirements: Office pack user level. EXPERIENCE: The successful candidate must have: · At least 2 years’ experience in similar positions. · Experience in positions with similar responsibility · Experience in remote areas COMPETENCE PROFILE: Excellent organizational capacity Strong communication (written and spoken) and interpersonal skills Stress management Willing and able to work productively in a challenging and remote areas AVAILABILITY Incorporation date: Immediately Availability for 3 months SALARY Medicos del Mundo’s Salary charts

Procurement Assistant, Kampala (Uganda Nationals only)

Procurement Assistant, Kampala (Uganda Nationals only) Objective 1: Support Procurement activities based on the priority of the department as advised by supply chain manager Obtain quotations on behalf of Supply Chain Manager Conduct small purchases and prepare related procurement documents Ensure correct filing and archiving of Procurement Dossiers Scanning, printing, photocopying of procurement and delivery documents Participate in Paper-based archiving of Procurement Dossiers for Kampala and field bases Electronic archiving of Procurement Dossiers for Kampala and field bases Objective 2: Support Logistics Supply Chain. · Receive and process Purchase Requests (PR) on reception frequencies · Participate and Provide support in market analysis to update the supplier data base · Ensure best available prices & quality, collect quotations, suppliers’ references · Monitor deliveries to the department/bases/programs · Prepare request for quote, prepare assessment table and get approval according to Action Against Hunger standard procedures; · Coordinate with suppliers during the delivery of the goods and services in readiness for delivery · Ensure all purchasing dossiers are complete and properly filled before archiving · Deliver and pick up logistics documents to and from the different offices Objective 3: Supervision of Delivered items Ensure quality & quantity control of deliveries Ensure packaging and shipping to bases is accurate and documented. Collect all signed copies of Delivery Notes and invoices to facilitate the payment process and follow up with the field to get the Reception notes for the items sent to the field. Ensure coordination with the field before delivery of the items (reception/storage plan). Ensure all documentation is existing, updated, are properly filed and filled in folders before archiving Objective 4: Reporting · Update and provide Procurement Follow Up (PFU) on behalf of line manager on a weekly basis when required. · Update and provide the Supplier List on regular basis to line manager Objective 5: Additional responsibilities · Perform all other duties as may be directed by the immediate supervisor in accordance with Action Against Hunger Uganda mission staff regulations and charter of principles. About you…… You are enthusiastically pursuing a career in procurement · You have a bachelor’s degree in procurement and supply chain, Business administration with a bias in procurement · You have a minimum of 2 years’ humanitarian work in an emergency and/or a development context · You have strong organization skills and attention to detail · You have good communication skills with high level of integrity · You have strong negotiation skills · Exhibit good spoken and written skills · Ability to work in complex environment and can bear the work load Our Core values In this position, you are expected to demonstrate Action Against Hunger-USA’s five core values Respect- we work with compassion and dedication, treating everyone the same way we expect them to treat us. Integrity-: we believe that being honest and fair is integral to every aspect of our work. conducting our work with a spirit of sincerity, truthfulness and transparency is imperative. Creativity-we encourage new ideas, embrace innovative solutions, and create opportunities for meaningful and exciting ways to do our jobs and provide solutions to address the needs of the populations we serve. Excellence- we strive to provide services that meet and even exceed the expectations of our stakeholders (populations in need, staff, communities and donors). Empowerment- we are committed to fostering an environment in which our staff, partners and communities where we work have the space to grow, develop and feel confident about participating. What we offer. Action Against Hunger values its employees and offers a comprehensive remuneration and benefits package. These include but are not limited to: - · Health Insurance for you and your dependants · Resettlement allowance (One off payment) · Hardship allowance (Context Based ) · Starting gross salary UGX 1,260,000 · Paid annual leave (vacation) · 13th month pay · Group Personal Accident · Training opportunities How to apply: Interested? Send your application to; recruitment@ug-actionagainsthunger.org All applicants must attach a cover letter and an updated resume in one file attachment (Word or PDF) mentioning in the subject line the position. Any email larger than 2MBS will not be considered. Closing date for applications Friday 31st March 2019.

Supply Chain Manager, Kampala(Uganda Nationals Only)

Supply Chain Manager, Kampala(Uganda Nationals Only) Objective 1: Purchase items needed by the programs in line with Action Against Hunger and donor procurement procedures/rules and follow up the delivery till the final destination · Carryout procurement activities following and respecting Action Against Hunger procurement procedures according to thresholds and standards and best value for money using Action Against Hunger Supply chain software (LINK). · In collaboration with the Logistics Coordinator ensure the update of the catalogue (price list, supplier) on quarterly basis through regular quotations or call for interests. · Collect the orders from the capital and bases, and update the Procurement follow-up (PFU). · Prepare monthly purchase forecast based on the procurement planning tool and pending orders. · Inform different departments about the process of their orders through the weekly Procurement follow up report. · Supervise the procurement (quality price/procedures) and ensure Action Against Hunger procedures are respected. · Work closely with mechanical driver for the vehicle/motorcycle etc. Spare part procurement, · Follow the loading and delivery of Items in the trucks and report any problems to the Logistics Coordinator, supplier, and share information with the logs bases. · Duringloading, ensure that all materiel or equipment is well packed and secured. · Ensure that all document are submitted at the bases with the delivery: copy of PO, copy of invoice, a delivery note, technical doc if there, copy of ID card (if equipment delivered is part of asset equipment list) Objective 2; Maintain logistic databases and communication tools: · Update the Procurement follow up (PFU) and send to bases and departments every Friday before close of business. · Maintain the procurement files with all documentation and reference numbers as required by Action Against Hunger standards and donor files (Supplier Purchase orders, contracts, Regional /Headquarter Order, Price list and catalogue) and update the Contract Follow Up. · Support the logistic team as required and do other assignments as directed by the logistics coordinator Objective 3; Prepare Monthly Payment of suppliers · Coordinate with finance department to ensure timely payment of suppliers. · Track the outstanding payments to suppliers and notify the admin department on a weekly basis · Provide monthly purchase forecast to Finance department based on the procurement planning tool and pending orders Objective 4 ; Reporting: · Prepare procurement weekly update of Procurement Follow Up · Prepare Field visit report for IT & Procurement, · Monthly SITREP · Cash forecast · Monthly Logistics report (consolidated the mission PFU) · Monthly IT report · In collaboration with the Logistics Coordinator and programs team work on monthly update of Supply plan. · In collaboration with Logistics Coordinator, work on Purchase Procurement Plan and Supplier plan during the proposal. Objective 5; Perform other duties as directed by the immediate supervisor · Act as a back up for logistics team during leave and absence · Build capacity of the procurement team in the field and capital office · Review and set performance objectives for the procurement team under his/her supervision You are enthusiastically pursuing a career in senior management · You have a bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management/procurement. A master’s degree will be an added advantage · You have a minimum of 4 years’ humanitarian work in an emergency and/or a development context · You have at least 2 years of senior management experience · You have advance knowledge of donor guidelines and procedures (ECHO, EU, SIDA, DFID, BPRM, GAC and others.) · You have good management, communication, teamwork spirit, capacity building and report writing; · You have ability to work independently when necessary, set realistic goals, and work within agreed timelines. · You have ability to communicate and perform within an international and multicultural team. · Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to support, motivate, and train staff. · Excellent written and spoken English · You have strong ability to work under pressure *In this position, you are expected to demonstrate **Action Against Hunger-USA’s five core values*** Respect- we work with compassion and dedication, treating everyone the same way we expect them to treat us. Integrity-: we believe that being honest and fair is integral to every aspect of our work. conducting our work with a spirit of sincerity, truthfulness and transparency is imperative. Creativity-we encourage new ideas, embrace innovative solutions, and create opportunities for meaningful and exciting ways to do our jobs and provide solutions to address the needs of the populations we serve. Excellence- we strive to provide services that meet and even exceed the expectations of our stakeholders (populations in need, staff, communities and donors).Empowerment- we are committed to fostering an environment in which our staff, partners and communities where we work have the space to grow, develop and feel confident about participating What we offer. Action Against Hunger values its employees and offers a comprehensive remuneration and benefits package. These include but are not limited to: - · Health Insurance for you and your dependants · Resettlement allowance (One off payment) · Hardship allowance (Context Based ) · Starting gross salary UGX 4,200,000 · Paid annual leave (vacation) · 13th month pay · Group Personal Accident · Training opportunities How to apply: Interested? Send your application to; recruitment@ug-actionagainsthunger.org All applicants must attach a cover letter and an updated resume in one file attachment (Word or PDF). Any email larger than 2MBS will not be considered. Closing date for applications is 31st March 2019.

Monitoring and Evaluation Lead

Monitoring and Evaluation Lead About the position. We are looking for a highly qualified Monitoring and Evaluation Lead to guide the building and strengthening of MEAL Systems and processes and promote adaptive and evidence-based program management. Note: This position is contingent upon grant acquisition and donor approval of candidate. About the job…… You’ll contribute to ending world hunger by … Providing technical expertise and leadership to generate, analyze and communicate quality evidence and data through monitoring, assessments, and evaluations. Key activities in your role will include: Technical Leadership, Vision and Strategy Provide technical expertise and leadership to generate and analyze quality evidence and data through monitoring, assessments, and evaluations in a way to render it accessible and compelling. Build or strengthen triangulated monitoring systems, quantitative and qualitative analysis, survey and sample designs; Promote the effective application and use of MEAL data and findings in evidence-based program management. Identify and expand entry point across different audience to position a wide range of MEAL data for different purposes (donors, institutional stakeholders, community). Program Management Manage the Logframe and ensure that all program activities are carried out as per the project Logframe and other relevant project documents. Coordinate and facilitate the validation of the Theory of Change and refinement of a logical framework and sector-specific indicators in food security and nutrition. Oversee implementation of all MEAL activities, including annual surveys, case studies, and program reviews. Guide data collection, management of the data, and display of the results including reporting and dissemination. Design and lead implementation of efficient and accurate data collection system that includes efficient processes and protocols for collecting data and ensuring data quality. Devise a data visualization strategy that can be supported and replicated by other MEAL resources across Action Against Hunger. Develop and maintain an up to date MEAL database, that ensures effective tracking of progress and trends, and generation of data for reporting and management decision making. Ensure all consortium members regularly update their program indicator information is submitted on time and updated in the program’s MEAL Database. Oversee strengthening of MEAL capacity of consortium members and local partner organizations. Team/Staff Management Hire, orient, and directly manage MEAL staff in their day-to-day activities. Develop MEAL capacity and ways of working of the DFSA MEAL team and the MEAL Technical staff of consortium members. Work closely with the program, administration, technical and operations teams to ensure successful support for MEAL functions. Lead on review meetings with stakeholders to take decisions based on evidence throughout the implementation cycle. Experience of working in consortia consisting of local and international non-governmental agencies and in coordinating/building capacity to MEAL focal points across local partners. Coordinate with other MEAL resources across Action Against Hunger (UK network) to deliver the expected MEAL requirements. About you…… You have a master's degree in a quantitative field (nutrition, economics, agricultural/development economics, statistics, biostatistics; nutrition, applied sociology, anthropology, or other relevant subject) with significant training in quantitative methods plus eight years relevant experience, or a PhD in any of the stated field of study above, with at least six years relevant work experience an advanced degree (PhD or master’s) in the same areas of specialization, plus a minimum of three years’ relevant work experience. You have experience working in ASAL in Kenya or other parts of Eastern and Horn of Africa preferred. You have demonstrable experience in leading the MEAL of a large award, preferably as part of a USAID-funded program. You possess excellent knowledge about causal pathways framing (Theory of Change), logic models, food and nutrition security indicators, MEAL plans, data quality assurance, data utilization, and gender integration into MEAL. You are experience in coding languages required to process and visualize large amount of information (preference for Python or R). You have demonstrable experience in setting up and manage accountability mechanisms (feedbacks and complaints) both in terms of uptake and data management. You have experience and expertise in developing and operationalizing a comprehensive evaluative monitoring plans in a way to enable adaptive programming. You possess excellent strategic, analytical, systems thinking, and problem-solving skills, with capacity to see the big picture while keeping detail orientation and ability to make sound judgment and decisions. You have demonstrated ability to transform complex MEAL data into visual products that are accessible to multiple audiences, including managers, policy makers, practitioners and academics. You possess strong project management experience for complex multi-sectorial and integrated programming. Our Core values. In this position, you are expected to demonstrate Action Against Hunger-USA’s five core competencies Respect- we work with compassion and dedication, treating everyone the same way we expect them to treat us. Integrity-: we believe that being honest and fair is integral to every aspect of our work. conducting our work with a spirit of sincerity, truthfulness and transparency is imperative. Creativity-we encourage new ideas, embrace innovative solutions, and create opportunities for meaningful and exciting ways to do our jobs and provide solutions to address the needs of the populations we serve. Excellence- we strive to provide services that meet and even exceed the expectations of our stakeholders (populations in need, staff, communities and donors). Empowerment- we are committed to fostering an environment in which our staff, partners and communities where we work have the space to grow, develop and feel confident about participating. Gender Equality Commitments Ability to foster an environment that reinforces values of women and men, and equal access to information. Provide a work environment where women and men must be evaluated and promoted based on their skills and performance. Respect beneficiaries’ women, men, children (boys and girls) regardless of gender, sex orientation, disability, religion. race, color, ancestry, national origin, age, or marital status. Value and respect for all cultures. How to apply: Interested? Kindly click on apply by clicking this link https://bit.ly/2YekQPl Closing date for applications: 6th April 2019. For further information about Action Against Hunger, please visit our website https://ift.tt/vmjNLR

Project Manager Mozambico

Project Manager Mozambico TERMS OF REFERENCE POSITION Project Manager Mozambique (Progetto AICS) International Programmes & Advocacy PLACE OF WORK Mozambique, Quelimane REFER TO Head of Sub Saharan Africa Unit CONTRACT TYPE Co.co.co. 12 months contract with possible extension (Tentative start: Mid-June/July 2019) SALARY 48.000 - 54.000 Euro/year according to the level of expertise and skills CSP LEVEL Level 3 - the responsibilities of the post may require the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people INTRODUCTION TO SAVE THE CHILDREN Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organisation for children. OUR VISION is a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation. OUR MISSION is to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives Save the Children Italia (SC IT) was created as an ONLUS in 1998 and is now a prominent member of Save the Children International. SAVE THE CHILDREN’S VALUES ACCOUNTABILITY: We take personal responsibility for using our resources efficiently, achieving measurable results, and being accountable to supporters, partners and, most of all, children. AMBITION: We are demanding of ourselves and our colleagues, set high goals and are committed to improving the quality of everything we do for children. COLLABORATION: We respect and value each other, thrive on our diversity, and work with partners to leverage our global strength in making a difference for children. CREATIVITY: We are open to new ideas, embrace change, and take disciplined risks to develop sustainable solutions for and with children. INTEGRITY: We aspire to live to the highest standards of personal honesty and behavior; we never compromise our reputation and always act in the best interests of childre n. To finance our work we depend on the support of the general public, volunteers, the corporate sector, governments and international donor agencies. CHILD SAFEGUARDING POLICY Save the Children vuole essere un’organizzazione sicura per le bambine, i bambini e gli adolescenti. Tutti coloro che collaborano a qualunque titolo con Save the Children devono essere resi pienamente consapevoli dell’esistenza di rischi di abuso e sfruttamento sessuale a danno delle bambine, dei bambini e degli adolescenti. Save the Children intende fare tutto quanto sia in suo potere per prevenire, segnalare e rispondere a tali problemi. Il personale di Save the Children, il personale di organizzazioni Partner ed i loro rappresentanti dovranno sempre dimostrare i più alti standard di comportamento nei confronti di bambine/i e adolescenti, così come indicati nella presente Policy sulla Tutela di Bambine, Bambini e Adolescenti (di seguito “la Policy”). Tali standard si applicano sia alla vita privata che a quella professionale del personale e di chiunque rappresenti l’organizzazione. JOB PURPOSE This position is responsible for leading the implementation of the three year project “Knowledge for children in Zambèzia” (Il Sapere per i Bambini di Zambezia - Educazione prescolare inclusiva e servizi integrati di educazione, salute, nutrizione e protezione nella Provincia di Zambezia, Mozambico). The project is co financed by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and is implemented by Save the Children Italy in partnership with Save the Children Mozambique in Zambèzia Province (Milange and Morrumbala). This position ensures quality project management, operational planning, financial and grants management, documentation, staff management, and representation of the project in line with donor and internal Save the Children standards and procedures. The Project Manager will ensure that program interventions, are strategic in terms of SCI overall strategies and effective in meeting project goals and objectives. S/he will be responsible for ensuring that all program resources are engaged in a timely manner and that implementation moves forward according to plans. RESPONSIBILITIES · Project Management Oversee the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (I-MFA) funded “Kudziua” project, ensuring management in accordance with Save the Children International program criteria and standards. Monitoring of financial and activities progress of the project, identification and design of potential project adjustments from the grant agreements (in coordination and to be approved by SC Italy and Country Director, and in consultation with the donor agency). Ensures oversight and the capacity building support of partner organizations. Provide oversight and technical leadership in designing strategies, supporting on-going project implementation, and facilitating technical dialogue related to cross sectorial education and health projects implementation in Mozambique. Ensures proper management of technical activities in coordination with the University of Bologna · Operations Planning Provide overall leadership and management in creating short and long-range operational plans, which will lead to successful project implementation. Ensure that project staff effectively plans and delivers activities according to overall project implementation plan. This will include detailed annual activity and budget management, quarterly work and budget and procurement projections, which will be accompanied by appropriate cash flow needs analysis. Ensure compliance with SCs Child Safeguarding Policy, as well as Accountability and Child Participation practices throughout the projects’ activities. · Financial and Grant Management Responsible for the budget of the project. The detailed annual budget and corresponding project plan will be tracked as per Save the Children accounting systems and in accordance with grant agreement stipulations. Ensure that project accounting and financial systems are in place for the effective control of assets, funds, commodities, equipment and property, and will submit to SCIT all required financial reports in a timely and complete manner. Ensure that all donor’s accepted procurement procedures are in place and are strictly adhered to. Responsible for budget monitoring based on donor compliance and budget analysis and revision in line with project needs (budget amendments, project extension, notification letters etc..) · Project Documentation and reporting Responsible for the completion of timely reports to SC Italy and to donor (as per agreement and per donor’requests; in italian) Document and share best practices and lessons learned and more broadly assist with research design, implementation, evaluation and dissemination of best practices internally and externally. Supervise M&E and help creating project reporting systems with the overall goals to: (i) track critical project elements and activities and allows timely adjustments before they reach a critical stage and (ii) report outcomes and impacts to donors and Save the Children. Coordinate, trough Save the Children Italia, the delivery of the research part of the project in coordination with the University of Bologna · Staff Management and Development Manage the Project team: define expectations, provide leadership and technical support needed, and evaluate direct reports regularly. Ensure that all staff understand and are able to perform their roles in line with the project and SCI structures. Ensure the recruitment, training, and promotion of staff as appropriate and ensure availability of appropriate professional development opportunities for staff. Incorporate staff development strategies and Performance Management Systems into team building process. Manage the performance of all staff project team through effective use of the Performance Management System including the establishment of clear, measureable objectives, ongoing feedback, periodic reviews and fair and unbiased evaluations; and coaching, mentoring and other developmental opportunities; · Representation Establish and maintain good relations with the donor representative in the country Coordinate and liaise with the local government when needed and represent the project and SC with NGOs, and other agencies involved in the relevant sector. Represent the project in policy and technical fora in Mozambique and Share best practices and learning. Ad hoc support to engagement to various SC Italy donors in country FINAL RESULTS · Successful implementation of the project in line with donor and internal quality and compliance rules and processes. · Delivery of all required reporting and closure of project. MID-TERM RESULTS · Implementation and monitoring of annual plans. · Delivery of interim reports to the donor and internal reports (weekly update and monthly brief reports). · Identification and design of modifications requests to donor as needed, EDUCATION · Bachelor’s degree, preferably an advanced degree in International Development studies, Political Science. · Fluency in Italian essential, working knowledge of English is mandatory. Working knowledge of Portuguese is highly recommended. · High computer skills, and high proficiency in Microsoft Office Components EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATION · Demonstrated experience in project and financial management (minimum 3 years in the sector, including three years in a similar role, better if on AICS funded projects) · Demonstrated experience working with Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs funded projects in a management/finance capacity · Experience working in Education and Health programs is preferable · Knowledge of the local context is an asset · Experience of donor representation · Experience in solving complex issues through analysis, definition of a clear way forward, and ensuring stakeholder buy in. SOFT SKILLS · Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills including influencing and negotiation · Strong results orientation, with the ability to challenge existing mindsets · Experience working with culturally diverse staff ALTRO · Italian (or EU) National · Commitment to Save the Children values

Assistant technique santé publique et suivi-évaluation

Assistant technique santé publique et suivi-évaluation Dispositif D’Assistance Technique auprès de l’Unité de Gestion de Projets du Ministère de la Santé - Tchad Une demande officielle d’assistance technique a été adressée à l’Initiative 5% par le Ministre de la santé du Tchad, le 17 octobre 2018 sollicitant un accompagnement de son Unité de Gestion de Projets sur trois composantes (gestion financière, S&E et mise en œuvre de la stratégie de la chaine d’approvisionnement)[1]. En réponse à cette demande, l’Initiative 5% a proposé la mise en œuvre d’un dispositif d’assistance technique dans 4 domaines. Cette offre proposait un appui en deux phases **: (i)** accompagner la Direction Générale du Ministère de la Santé dans l’opérationnalisation de son Unité de Gestion de Projets (UGP) afin qu’elle soit en mesure de recevoir les financements de la subvention TB/VIH & RSS/RSC du Fonds Mondial conformément au calendrier envisagé, et puisse (ii) renforcer les capacités de l’UGP/MSP afin de permettre un pilotage technique et financier efficaces ainsi qu’une gestion rigoureuse pour le triennum 2019-2021 et plus largement pour la gestion et le pilotage de tout autre subvention. Suite à la confirmation par le Fonds mondial de son intérêt pour cette proposition, la première phase (i) d’appui à la levée des conditions exigées par le FM a été engagée pour une période de 4 mois (fin le 31 mars 2019). Cette offre a consisté au déploiement de 4 experts court-terme dans les domaines clé (financier, programmatique, pharmaceutique et coordination) en charge du renforcement de la coordination et la complémentarité de l’assistance technique entre partenaires techniques et financiers, la définition des étapes clés de préparation de l’UGP pour assurer son fonctionnement optimal à partir du 1er avril 2019 et l’approfondissement de la proposition d’assistance technique long terme en parallèle de la mission d’élaboration de la subvention (Grant making). Ceci impliquait, entre autres, un appui à la production de l’ensemble des outils de contrôle interne. La deuxième phase (ii) de cet appui débutera le 1er Avril et s’étendra sur la durée du Trienum 2019-2021et consistera en la mise en place du dispositif d’Assistance Technique (DAT) long terme dont l’objectif est de contribuer à la mise en place effective du « Plan stratégique 2018-2021 de l’Unité de Gestion de Projets[2] » et au renforcement des capacités des acteurs du MSP/ UGP pour la mise en œuvre de la subvention TB/VIH & RSS/RSC via l’opérationnalisation des processus de coordination, de gestion des achats et des stocks, de suivi-évaluation, de gestion financière et de passation de marchés. Dans le Cadre de la mise en œuvre de ce Dispositif d’Assistance Technique de long terme composé de 5 Experts (un Coordinateur de projet, un AT Gouvernance, un AT Suivi Evaluation, un AT GAS et un AT Gestion financière) L’initiative 5% recrute un Coordinateur de Projet. Descriptif de la mission : Renforcer les capacités techniques de gestion programmatique et suivi évaluation au sein de l’UGP en lien avec les autres acteurs nationaux et partenaires techniques pour permettre une gestion optimale des programmes. Les principales responsabilités de l’AT sont les suivantes : Appui technique aux projets/programmes · Être force de proposition pour le développement et les orientations des programmes afin de leur permettre d’être performant · Appuyer la coordination de la mise en œuvre de toutes les interventions visant le renforcement du système de santé (RSS) Appui à la mise en œuvre du plan de suivi et évaluation des projets de l’UGP · Assurer une bonne exécution du plan suivi évaluation ; · Soutenir la mise en place fonctionnelle du système de collecte des données et des indicateurs à tous les niveaux de la pyramide sanitaire · Veiller à l’alimentation de la base de données et à son exploitation efficiente ; · Vérifier que des plans d’action et des bilans d’activités ont été établis chaque année par sous-récipiendaire et par le programme national ; · Appuyer à la collecte des informations sur les différents indicateurs trimestriels, semestriels et annuels · Préparer les outils qui serviront au plaidoyer (présentation, diffusion, etc.) ; · Soutenir l’organisation des réunions relatives au suivi-évaluation du Bénéficiaire Principal (BP) ; · Participer à la rédaction des rapports trimestriels, semestriels et annuels ; · Assurer une diffusion adéquate des rapports et autres documents de suivi évaluation ; · Assurer une bonne communication transversale avec la cellule fiduciaire Renforcement de capacités · Appuyer à la mise en place des tableaux de bord et des bases données fonctionnelles à l’UGP, au niveau des bénéficiaires secondaires et des sous bénéficiaires · Appui au renforcement du système national d’information sanitaire (Extension du DHIS2) · Appui au renforcement des capacités du personnel de suivi évaluation des sous-récipiendaires et des sous sous- récipiendaires Qualifications et compétences : · Doctorat en médecine ou d’un diplôme niveau Bac +5 · Diplôme de spécialisation en Santé Publique/épidémiologie · Avoir la maitrise des logiciels de traitement de données (Stata, SPSS, R, …) · Avoir des capacités rédactionnelles avérées · Avoir des compétences avérées en matière de formation, renforcement de capacités, transfert de compétences ; · Bonne connaissance du français et de l’anglais · Avoir une bonne connaissance du système de santé de la sous-région notamment du Tchad Expérience professionnelle : · Avoir au moins 10 ans d'expérience professionnelle avérée dans la planification suivi et évaluation des projets/programmes de santé dont au moins 5 ans dans la gestion des projets financés par les coopérations bilatérales, multilatérales, les Agences des Nations Unies ou les ONG internationales · Avoir au moins 3 ans d'expérience professionnelle dans la mise en place et/ou la mise en œuvre d'un système de suivi évaluation des projets de développement et/ou de santé · Avoir au moins 3 ans d'expérience professionnelle avérée dans la collecte et l'analyse des données au niveau opérationnel · Expérience professionnelle dans le RSS, la vaccination, la lutte contre les IST et le Sida, le Paludisme et la Tuberculose serait un atout. · Expérience professionnelle de la santé communautaire serait un atout How to apply: Informations complémentaires : · Lieu de la mission : N’Djaména, Tchad · Durée de la mission : 1 an renouvelable deux fois · Date de prise de fonction : 31/03/2019 · Position hiérarchique et relations fonctionnelles : L’Assistant Technique santé publique et SE sera sous la supervision directe de l’assistant technique gouvernance et sera en lien fonctionnel avec les autres assistants techniques mobilisés par Expertise France dans le cadre du dispositif d’assistance technique à l’UGP. Il coopérera avec l’expertise mobilisée par les PTF dans le cadre de l’amélioration de la santé au Tchad. Au sein de l’UGP, l’assistant technique interagira avec l’assistant technique santé publique dans les domaines d’ordre programmatiques y compris le RSS et avec le responsable suivi évaluation pour tout ce qui a rapport avec le suivi évaluation. o Il collaborera également étroitement avec les structures nationales parties prenantes telles que les institutions, directions et programmes en charge des maladies ou des interventions de santé financés par les partenaires notamment FM et GAVI Documents à fournir : Les candidatures doivent être envoyées par mail avec : · CV ; · Lettre de Motivation Merci d’indiquer la référence « Candidature Assistant technique santé publique et suivi/évaluation UGP TCHAD » dans l’objet de votre mail de candidature. Adresse(s) mail du contact : pauline.lavirotte@expertisefrance.fr Sans réponse de notre part dans un délai de trois semaines, veuillez considérer que votre candidature n’a pas été retenue.

Assistant technique pharmaceutique GAS

Assistant technique pharmaceutique GAS Dispositif D’Assistance Technique auprès de l’Unité de Gestion de Projets du Ministère de la Santé - Tchad Une demande officielle d’assistance technique a été adressée à l’Initiative 5% par le Ministre de la santé du Tchad, le 17 octobre 2018 sollicitant un accompagnement de son Unité de Gestion de Projets sur trois composantes (gestion financière, S&E et mise en œuvre de la stratégie de la chaine d’approvisionnement)[1]. En réponse à cette demande, l’Initiative 5% a proposé la mise en œuvre d’un dispositif d’assistance technique dans 4 domaines. Cette offre proposait un appui en deux phases **: (i)** accompagner la Direction Générale du Ministère de la Santé dans l’opérationnalisation de son Unité de Gestion de Projets (UGP) afin qu’elle soit en mesure de recevoir les financements de la subvention TB/VIH & RSS/RSC du Fonds Mondial conformément au calendrier envisagé, et puisse (ii) renforcer les capacités de l’UGP/MSP afin de permettre un pilotage technique et financier efficaces ainsi qu’une gestion rigoureuse pour le triennum 2019-2021 et plus largement pour la gestion et le pilotage de tout autre subvention. Suite à la confirmation par le Fonds mondial de son intérêt pour cette proposition, la première phase (i) d’appui à la levée des conditions exigées par le FM a été engagée pour une période de 4 mois (fin le 31 mars 2019). Cette offre a consisté au déploiement de 4 experts court-terme dans les domaines clé (financier, programmatique, pharmaceutique et coordination) en charge du renforcement de la coordination et la complémentarité de l’assistance technique entre partenaires techniques et financiers, la définition des étapes clés de préparation de l’UGP pour assurer son fonctionnement optimal à partir du 1er avril 2019 et l’approfondissement de la proposition d’assistance technique long terme en parallèle de la mission d’élaboration de la subvention (Grant making). Ceci impliquait, entre autres, un appui à la production de l’ensemble des outils de contrôle interne. La deuxième phase (ii) de cet appui débutera le 1er Avril et s’étendra sur la durée du Trienum 2019-2021et consistera en la mise en place du dispositif d’Assistance Technique (DAT) long terme dont l’objectif est de contribuer à la mise en place effective du « Plan stratégique 2018-2021 de l’Unité de Gestion de Projets[2] » et au renforcement des capacités des acteurs du MSP/ UGP pour la mise en œuvre de la subvention TB/VIH & RSS/RSC via l’opérationnalisation des processus de coordination, de gestion des achats et des stocks, de suivi-évaluation, de gestion financière et de passation de marchés. Dans le Cadre de la mise en œuvre de ce Dispositif d’Assistance Technique de long terme composé de 5 Experts (un Coordinateur de projet, un AT Gouvernance, un AT Suivi Evaluation, un AT GAS et un AT Gestion financière) L’initiative 5% recrute un Coordinateur de Projet. Descriptif de la mission : Renforcer les capacités techniques de gestion des produits de santé au sein de l’UGP en lien avec les autres acteurs nationaux et partenaires techniques pour rendre efficace la gestion et la sécurisation des produits de santé. Les principales responsabilités de l’AT GAS sont les suivantes : · Identifier les difficultés et défis relatifs aux activités GAS et proposer des alternatives et solutions · Appuyer le PR dans la prise de décision et l’élaboration de nouveaux concepts · Créer une étroite communication avec/entre les parties prenantes · Appuyer la coordination des tâches des SR et des prestataires de services · Appuyer les quantifications des besoins en médicaments, produits médicaux et équipements, en collaboration avec les bénéficiaires et la commission nationale de coordination de gestion des approvisionnements et stocks des produits médicaux (CNC-GASPM). · Veiller à l’élaboration et à l’exploitation de rapports périodiques d’activité par les programmes et les prestataires de service (CPA, PPA, laboratoire de contrôle…) : états périodiques de la gestion des stocks des produits de santé CPA et PPA, bulletins d’analyse des médicaments… · Appuyer l’élaboration des spécifications techniques des biens et des services en collaboration avec les bénéficiaires et contribuer à l’élaboration des DAO et assurer le suivi du processus d’acquisition · Veiller à l’acquisition des produits de santé par les agents d’approvisionnement · Veiller au respect des exigences du Fonds mondial en matière d’assurance qualité des produits de santé et équipements de laboratoire · Appuyer l’élaboration et la mise en place des outils et systèmes de gestion des données logistiques · Contribuer à l’élaboration et la mise en place des systèmes de gestion suivants : o Rapports de progrès de la subvention o Plan d’approvisionnement-distribution o Plan d’assurance qualité o Système de distribution adéquat o Plan stratégique de mise aux normes et de développement de la CPA et des PPA o Système d’information de gestion logistique · Transférer aux acteurs nationaux des compétences en gestion des achats et des stocks des produits de santé. Qualifications et compétences : · Doctorat en pharmacie · Avoir une connaissance des procédures de gestion des achats et des stocks et des procédures Assurance qualité du Fonds Mondial · Avoir une bonne expérience dans la gestion des Programmes et Projets en Santé Publique, notamment en Planification, Suivi & Évaluation, Communication et Rapportage · Être capable de travailler en équipe, sous pression et dans un milieu multiculturel · Avoir une bonne connaissance de la langue française et de l’outil informatique · Avoir une connaissance des procédures de financement des bailleurs internationaux en général et plus particulièrement du Fonds Mondial. · Disposer de solides connaissances et expertise avérée en quantification des produits pharmaceutiques · Avoir une bonne connaissance du circuit de distribution des médicaments du secteur public et privé · Capable de concevoir un plan d’approvisionnement pharmaceutique · Avoir une bonne maîtrise des procédures de passation de marché · Avoir des compétences avérées en matière de formation, renforcement de capacités, transfert de compétences Expérience professionnelle : · Avoir une expérience d’au moins 10 ans dans le domaine de la gestion des achats et des stocks des médicaments et produits médicaux · Avoir de solides connaissances pharmaceutiques en matière de chaine d’approvisionnement, d’assurance et de contrôle qualité et de gestion des Achats et des Stocks des produits de santé (médicaments, réactifs et consommables de laboratoire, équipements de laboratoire…) · Avoir occupé un poste similaire durant deux ans · Avoir une expérience professionnelle avérée de plus de cinq ans en quantification des produits de santé, en analyse des systèmes d’approvisionnement des médicaments et produits de santé · Justifier d’une expérience en gestion pharmaceutique dans la sous-région, notamment au Tchad serait un atout How to apply: Informations complémentaires : · Lieu de la mission : N’Djaména, Tchad · Durée de la mission : 1 renouvelable deux fois · Date de prise de fonction : 31/03/2019 · Position hiérarchique et relations fonctionnelles : L’Assistant Technique pharmaceutique GAS sera sous la supervision directe de l’assistant gouvernance et sera en lien fonctionnel avec les autres assistants techniques mobilisés par Expertise France dans le cadre du dispositif d’assistance technique à l’UGP. Il coopérera avec l’expertise mobilisée par les PTF dans le cadre de l’amélioration de la chaine d’approvisionnement notamment celui chargé de la coordination des activités pharmaceutiques et celui en charge de la mise en œuvre du plan de transformation de la chaine d’approvisionnement. Au sein de l’UGP, l’Assistant technique pharmaceutique interagira essentiellement avec son homologue national et le responsable passation de marchés. Il collaborera également étroitement avec les structures nationales parties prenantes telles que la DPMP, la CPA, les PPA, les Programmes, les pharmacies hospitalières … Documents à fournir : Les candidatures doivent être envoyées par mail avec : · CV ; · Lettre de Motivation Merci d’indiquer la référence « Candidature Assistant pharmaceutique GAS UGP Tchad » dans l’objet de votre mail de candidature. Adresse(s) mail du contact : pauline.lavirotte@expertisefrance.fr Sans réponse de notre part dans un délai de trois semaines, veuillez considérer que votre candidature n’a pas été retenue.

Strategic Planning Specialist, (P-4), Temporary Appointment, Bamako, Mali #109872 (520711), 364 days

Strategic Planning Specialist, (P-4), Temporary Appointment, Bamako, Mali #109872 (520711), 364 days 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. For every child, a chance. Mali Country Office is embarked in a process to develop its new Country Programme Document in a Delivering as One process under United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF). The strategic planning specialist will provide expertise and support in the areas of UN coherence including Situation Analysis and Common Country Assessment, Quality assurance and equity-focused, results-based and risk-informed programming and reporting processes of the Country Programme. The staff reports directly to the Representative of the Country Office (CO). Under the direct supervision of the Deputy Representative and in collaboration with the Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (PME) section, the incumbent of the post is responsible to ensure that the ongoing programme development process is fully aligned to UN and UNICEF quality standards (SitAn/deprivations analyses, risks mapping, UNDAF, Program Strategic Notes (PSN), Country Program Document (CPD), Country Evaluation Plan (CEP), Country Program Management Plan (CPMP)) and for coordinating closely with the different programme sections on all phases of the Programme development, from formulation to delivery of results in accordance with UNICEF’s Strategic Plans, standards of performance and accountability framework, ethics and integrity. How can you make a difference? Key functions/accountabilities of the position include the following: Guide the various sectors throughout the process of programme formulation, planning and preparation of the Country Programme. Advise the Deputy Representative on CO change management process, providing direct support to programme sections and operations units to facilitate transition to new planning and management processes. Prepare the elaboration of the new country programme and ensure adequate programme documentation for the Country Programme Recommendation (CPR) and related documents such as CPD and CPMP, ensuring consistency with UNICEF Strategic Plan and alignment with national priorities, sectoral strategies and goals. Provide technical and operational support throughout the process. Identify training needs and provides on-the-job training to gain performance in all stages of the country programme development process. Advise and guide the Deputy Representative performance standards in the preparation of the country programme Costed evaluation plan. Contribute towards the preparation of the CPD by compiling data, analyzing and evaluating information, and writing chapters of the documents and related documents such as Strategic Notes, Rolling Work Plans, ensuring consistency with objectives and goals. Participate in meetings/events and annual/midterm reviews with the government and other counterparts/stakeholders to contribute to strategic programme discussions, planning and assessments. Assist government authorities to plan and organize training programmes. Identify training needs for the purpose of capacity building and sustainability of programme. Collaborate with inter-agency partners/colleagues on UNDAF (One) country development planning and programming and participate in the Common Country Assessment/UNDAF process, ensuring adequate input on the improvement of the well-being of children and women. Build and strengthen strategic partnerships with government institutions, national stakeholders and global partners/allies/donors/academia to advocate UNICEF goals to advance child’s right to survival, development and good being, mobilize resources, seek cooperation and establish alliances. Coordinate UNICEF strategic involvement and inputs into UNDAF documents and processes, including into Results Group, the M&E technical group, and joint-project. To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have… An advanced university degree (Master’s or higher) in one of the following fields is required: social sciences, international relations, government and public relations, public or social policy, sociology, social or community development, or another relevant technical field. A minimum of 8(eight) years of professional development experience that combines technical and managerial leadership in development cooperation at the international level, some of which served in a developing country is required. Technical knowledge and experience in UN/UNICEF planning cycle and Results-Based Management approach is required. Relevant professional experience in any UN system agency or organization is considered as an asset. Experience in Developing country setting is an asset. Fluency in French and English is required. For every Child, you demonstrate… UNICEF’s core values of Commitment, Diversity and Integrity and core competencies in Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results. The competencies required for this post are: Core Values: Commitment Diversity and Inclusion Integrity Core Competencies: Communication (II) Drive for Result (II) Working With People (II) Functional Competencies: Formulating strategies and concepts (II) Analyzing (III) Relating and networking (II) Persuading & Influencing (II) Planning & Organizing (III) Deciding and initiating action (II) Applying Technical Expertise (III) View our competency framework at https://ift.tt/180WnBG UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization. UNICEF has a zero-tolerance policy on conduct that is incompatible with the aims and objectives of the United Nations and UNICEF, including sexual exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, abuse of authority and discrimination. UNICEF also adheres to strict child safeguarding principles. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks, and will be expected to adhere to these standards and principles. Remarks: Mobility is a condition of international professional employment with UNICEF and an underlying premise of the international civil service. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process.

Head of Project – Vocational Training (m/f)

Head of Project – Vocational Training (m/f) The position is to be filled as soon as possible, with an initial contract duration of one year. There are good prospects for an extension. The place of work will be Bangui, Central African Republic. Taking the security situation into account, travel for work will be required. As Head of Project you will be managing a BMZ funded project focused on vocational trianings for young people. Through this project you will reduce crime and migration among young people by creating new perspectives for them and improving their level of education and training. Consequently, you will enable the beneficiaries of this project to earn a living for themselves and their families. Your responsibilities Carrying out the project according to the rules and standards of the donors and Welthungerhilfe Preparing key project documents, e.g. operation plan, M&E plan, quarterly internal report and reports to donors Managing the project team and all activities related to the project Developing standardized curricula for the agricultural vocational training for unemployed youth and internally displaced persons Implementing appropriate teaching and learning strategies, guidance mechanisms and lesson/work plans to communicate subject matter to students. Ensuring that all relevant infrastructure is in place through close coordination with infrstructure advisor Establishing good working relationships with donors, ministries & communities and other stakeholders Your profile A relevant university / polytechnic degree in the field of Agriculture A minimum of 5 years of relevant professional experience in project management of complex projects of different sectors (Education and agriculture) Experience in training Community Based Vocational skills and agricultural teaching BMZ Donor experience is an advantage, Excellent communication and writing skills in German and French Hands on mentality Our offer We offer you co-operation in a highly dedicated team and a responsible scope of tasks. Of course, a comprehensive training is also part of our offer. The job description can be sent to you in case of interest.

Livelihoods Manager

Livelihoods Manager We are looking for a highly qualified, self-motivated Livelihoods Manager who is able to work with diverse teams of both national and international staff as well as local government authorities, UN agencies, I/NGOs and other partners under difficult, stressful and sometimes insecure conditions. Who are we? The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) and Danish Demining Group (DDG) is a humanitarian, non-governmental, non-profit organization founded in 1956 that works in more than 30 countries through-out the world, including South Sudan. DRC/DDG fulfills its mandate by providing direct assistance to conflict-affected populations, including refugees, internally displaced people and host communities. Under its mandate, the organization focuses on emergency humanitarian response, rehabilitation, post-conflict recovery and humanitarian mine-action. Danish Refugee Council (DRC) in conjunction with Danish Demining Group (DDG) has been operating in South Sudan since 2005 initially concentrating on providing safe and supportive conditions for refugees returning from neighboring countries after the Comprehensive Peace Agreement was signed. In 2012 - 2013, DRC opened its operations in Upper Nile and Unity States to respond to the large influx of refugees coming from Blue Nile State and South Kordofan (Sudan). In addition to the refugee response and since 2014, DRC has been then actively engaged in responding to the humanitarian needs of IDPs affected by the internal conflict through the provision of integrated approaches. With a total of 430 national staff, 50 expatriate staff and an annual budget of approximately USD 20 million, we are currently implementing multi-sectorial interventions through the provision of humanitarian services focused on CCCM, Protection, SGBV, FSL, Shelter and Infrastructure to both internally displaced persons and refugees across 5 field sites (Ajuong Thok, Bentiu, Maban, Malakal and Aburoc). Purpose of the post Under the direct supervision of the Area Manager and with technical support from the Livelihoods Coordinator, the Livelihoods Manager will be responsible for the implementation of DRC’s Livelihoods activities and contributes to strategic planning for the program in Unity State. The Livelihoods Manager is the direct supervisor of national program staff and provides daily direction and guidance to project cycle management, proposal development and implementation of activities. The job involved working with vulnerable households to providing the means to improve and secure food production. Responsibilities include developing new projects (in coordination with the Grants Management Coordinator, Livelihoods Coordinator and Area Manager), supervising project staff, overseeing project implementation and management, leading on reporting, and working closely with government counterparts. The Livelihoods Manager is also responsible for ensuring the implementation of good quality food security and livelihoods program activities and also involves identifying gaps and advising on the necessary steps to address the identified gaps. The Livelihoods Manager is also responsible for providing technical oversight and training to field-based program staff in the area of Livelihoods, with an emphasis on national staff capacity building. The Livelihoods Manager will collaborate with the FSL Cluster in Unity State and whenever appropriate collaborate with other FSL and humanitarian actors in his/her area of operation. Responsibilities To achieve the objectives of the position, the Livelihoods Manager will perform the following tasks and undertake the following responsibilities: Coordination/Representation: Actively participate and represent DRC in coordination meetings such as FSL clusters, other meetings conducted by local and state authorities, UN agencies and stakeholders when relevant to FSL issues Identify gaps in service provision to IDPs, proactively referring those gaps to relevant forums or advocating with government authorities or humanitarian partners for additional support Program Management Under the direct supervision of the Area Manager and in coordination with the Livelihoods Coordinator plan, manage and implement all livelihoods activities as defined by project documents/proposals. Uphold rigorous project cycle management standards at the field site level in compliance with DRC and donor regulations Supervise and guide Livelihoods Officers and other staff throughout the planning and implementation of FSL responses and project activities Support, facilitate or undertake communication and liaison activities to actively consult and involve beneficiaries, key informants, actors, Humanitarian partners and funding Donors, partners and stakeholders in all stages of project design and implementation Contribute and support effective monitoring, evaluation and learning processes and initiatives, and ensure effective data and information management. Ensure daily monitoring and progress of project/work implementation. Ensure protections issues are incorporated and mainstreamed in livelihoods activities Finance and Administration: Ensure full compliance with DRC and donor financial guidelines and policies while managing the project(s). Monitor budgets to ensure the timely utilization of all resources, spending is in line with project timelines and implementation schedules and adjust budget forecasts when needed. Human Resources: Ensure that adequate staffing is in place for the activities, including an appropriate gender balance within the teams. Performance management of livelihoods team including setting team and individual objectives, providing capacity building, feedback, coaching to the team to achieve targets Make sure that team is aware of humanitarian principles, standards and code of conduct and follow them accordingly Proposal Development/Reporting Provide regular updates on progress to supervisors and other team members, including other departments and sectors as appropriate Responsible to provide input and/or prepare project progress reports, donor reports, Cluster reports as per given deadlines and as necessary Develop concept notes and/or proposals and budgets in close cooperation with the Area Manager, livelihoods Coordinator and Grants Management Coordinator when required Contribute to the strategic direction of the country livelihoods operation through participation in strategy planning meetings and developing strategic documents Logistics, Procurement, Safety and Security Develop supply/procurement plans for protection program activities and coordinate with the Ajuong Thok-based Logistics personnel for their delivery to the field as per project planning. Ensure staff compliance with security management rules and procedures (for i.e. ensuring relevant documentation and procedures are understood and adhered to by staff). Implementation of Livelihoods responses and project activities Experience and technical competencies At least 4 years’ experience in food security programming including but not limited to vocational trainings, agricultural, livelihood support and Natural Resource Management in post conflict and volatile security environments; Minimum undergraduate degree in agriculture, agribusiness, social sciences, international development or equivalent degree qualifications (masters level preferred); At least 4 years’ experience in food security programming including but not limited to vocational trainings, agricultural, livelihood support and Natural Resource Management in post conflict and volatile security environments; Minimum 3 years’ solid experience in project cycle management, including project design, proposal writing, project implementation, budget management and donor reporting; Proven experience of preparing project proposals and log frames for FSL projects for donors; Experience with different donors i.e. EC, BPRM, UNHCR, ECHO, OFDA, FAO, and Danida preferred; Proven experience in conducting food security & livelihoods assessments; Experience in managing Vocational Training Centres, Income Generating Activities (IGAs), Life-skills, Literacy & Numeracy skills training; An understanding of Natural Resources Management, tree seedling establishment, Energy and other environmental protection related programmes; Design and coordination of graduating Artisans resettlement programmes including apprenticeships, On Job Training, business skills development/training, financial management, records keeping, group formation and dynamics, business plan development, start-up kits (in kind and cash grants) and market linkages. Knowledge and experience in establishment of Village Savings and Loan Association (VSLAs) and cooperatives at grassroots level; Experience in coordinating FSL activities in emergency recovery, camp settings and out of camps settings; Experience in coordinating activities across locations; Experience in emergency seeds, fishing and tools distribution; cropping calendar application and tracking, kitchen gardening, Farmer Field School Approach, demonstration/trial garden establishment, Seed multiplication and post-harvest management; Demonstrated experience in meeting high, evidence-based monitoring and evaluation standards; designing and using tools for monitoring programme activities and achievements against the LFA; A good understanding of data entry, clean up, analysis and reporting; application of lessons learnt/best practices, preparation and posting of success stories. Proven experience in staff and other stakeholder’s capacity building, coaching and mentorship, including preparation of materials/manuals, facilitation and roll out of a training plan/calendar; Ability for rapid analysis of very complex issues, strong decision-making, and translation of programmatic learning and priorities into operational strategies; Excellent interpersonal skills, cross-cultural communication and ease in managing a multi-ethnic team; Application of computer and IT skills Strong communication and writing skills; Good team leadership and conflict resolution skills, consensus team building, and adaptability; Patience and understanding to work with and develop capacity of national staff; Experience delivering programmes to tight deadlines; Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive, constructive attitude; Self-motivated and able to work with a minimum of guidance and supervision; Experience working in security-sensitive environments and enforcement of team security protocols is an asset. Fluency in written and spoken English language; Ability and willingness to work in remote and isolated location with ever changing security scenarios Prior experience in South Sudan an added advantage. Stakeholders Refugees and host community Government authorities (Ministry of Education and Forestry and Agriculture) UNHCR, CRA and other humanitarian partners Salary and conditions will be in accordance with Danish Refugee Council’s Terms of Employment for Expatriates; please refer to www.drc.dk under Vacancies. This position will be placed at Employment Band – F2).​ How to apply: Application process ​Interested? Then apply for this position by clicking on this link: https://ift.tt/2szXCnW... All applicants must upload a cover letter and an updated CV (no longer than four pages). Both must be in English. CV only applications will not be considered. If you have questions or are facing problems with the online application process, please contact job@drc.dk Applications close April 4th, 2019. Gender Equality: DRC is committed to achieving gender parity in staffing at all levels. In the light of this, women are particularly encouraged to apply to bridge the gender gap. Equal opportunities: DRC is an equal opportunities employer. We value diversity and we are committed to creating an inclusive environment based on mutual respect for all employee. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, disability status, religion, ethnic origin, colour, race, marital status or other protected characteristics ​Need further information? ​For further information about the Danish Refugee Council, please consult our website www.drc.dk

Republication : Consultant (e) charge (e) du renforcement du systeme de suivi-evaluation de la distribution de la vitamine A et du deparasitage a madagascar, 06 mois

Republication : Consultant (e) charge (e) du renforcement du systeme de suivi-evaluation de la distribution de la vitamine A et du deparasitage a madagascar, 06 mois L'UNICEF travaille dans certains endroits les plus difficiles du monde pour atteindre les enfants les plus défavorisés. Pour sauver leur vie. Pour défendre leurs droits. Pour les aider à réaliser leur potentiel.Dans 190 pays et territoires, nous travaillons pour chaque enfant, partout, chaque jour, pour construire un monde meilleur pour tous.Et nous n'abandonnons jamais Pour chaque enfant, un espoir A Madagascar a adopté la campagne bi-annuelle "Semaine de la santé de la mère et de l’enfant" (SSME) depuis 2006 comme moyen d'offrir des services de santé et de nutrition essentiels à un grand nombre d’enfants et de femmes. Rejoignant près de 4 millions d'enfant 80% des enfants âgés de 6 à 59 mois pour la vitamine A et le déparasitage et les enfants âgés de 0 à 11 mois pour la vaccination, la SSME est une méthode efficace pour le système de santé permettant d’accroître la couverture des interventions actuelles de survie et de nutrition de l'enfant. Par contre, des efforts importants restent à faire en matière d'équité pour rejoindre les enfants non rejoints, renforcer la qualité de l'offre de service dans les zones difficiles d'accès et intégrer ces services de manière formelle dans les activités de routine des centres de santé et des agents communautaires.La SSME coûte plus de USD 1 millions (3 milliards d'Ariary) par campagne, soit USD 2 millions par année. Environ 21% de ce budget est consacré à l'impression des outils de gestion, de la micro-planification, du suivi et supervision et de l'évaluation, soit plus de USD 460,000 par an pour l'ensemble des deux campagnes. Cependant, le manque d'information sur l'ensemble des activités de suivi-évaluation qui sont réellement mises en œuvre au niveau sous-régional pour suivre les campagnes, la qualité de ces activités et la pertinence des outils de gestion limite les possibilités d'améliorer le paquet communication de la SSME. Des efforts ont été fait pour informatiser ce processus mais des incohérences dans les informations collectées limitent l'utilisation des données pour le suivi en temps réel et les ajustements programmatiques nécessaires lors de la mise en œuvre. Aussi, les retards importants dans la remontée des données issues des régions, la compilation et validation au niveau central limitent la prise de décision et les ajustements d'amélioration des campagnes SSME suivantes. De plus, une recherche formative est en cours pour documenter le processus nécessaire pour faciliter l'intégration de la SSME dans les services de routine du système sanitaire. Le plan de suivi et évaluation nécessaire pour assurer la documentation et l'intégration adéquate des informations dans le système d'information sanitaire pour ce nouveau service de routine mérite aussi une documentation pour identifier les étapes nécessaires pour une mise à l'échelle.Ainsi, il se présente un besoin de faire une analyse de la situation sur l'ensemble des activités de suivi et évaluation (outils de gestion, micro-planification, suivi, supervision et évaluation) de la SSME et de la transition vers le service de routine afin d'identifier les goulots d'étranglement et les facteurs facilitants l’accès ces activités. Il est attendu que cette analyse de situation proposera des recommandations pour améliorer la qualité de ce volet de la SSME ainsi que de la transition vers la routine. Les résultats de cette analyse de situation seront utilisés par le Ministère de la Santé et ses partenaires, dont l'UNICEF, pour réviser et améliorer le volet suivi et évaluation. Comment pouvez-vous faire une différence ?1.Objectif général :Améliorer le système de suivi et évaluation des SSME en mode campagne et routine afin d’avoir des données de qualité à temps. 2.Tâches spécifiques à accomplir :•Faire une revue du système de suivi-évaluation en existant dans le cadre de la SSME en mode campagne : Analyser des goulots d’étranglement et proposer des pistes d’amélioration.•Etudier la possibilité d’intégrer RapidPro pour l’amélioration de la remonte des données et la compilation rapide.•Elaborer un guide pratique du suivi-évaluation révisé avec les améliorations validées par le Ministère de la Sante. Dans le cadre de la transition vers la routine :•Faire la revue du système de collecte des données existant, et proposer un plan de suivi-évaluation pour la transition de la SSME en mode routine.•Proposer une stratégie d’intégration au système d’information sanitaire et de mise à l’échelle.. 3.Résultats et livrables attendus : Il est attendu que le consultant accompagnera / guidera le Ministère de la Santé, principalement le groupe technique de travail sur le suivi et évaluation du comité organisateur de la SSME, dans la planification, la mise en œuvre, l'analyse, le rapportage et l'identification de recommandations de cette analyse de situation.Les informations tirées de différentes sources d'information seront combinées pour documenter cette analyse de situation telles que :a)La micro-planification 2018 de la SSMEb)Les outils de gestions (fiches de collectes, registre, fiches de supervision)c)Les données des campagnes SSME, 2015-2018d)Les rapports des enquêtes (OMD-2012, SSME-Lessons learnt in improving children’s lives, Antrologica-Nov2017)e)Les rencontres de travail avec les acteurs impliqués dans la mise en œuvre de la SSME et la transition vers la routine (groupe technique de travail sur le suivi et évaluation du comité organisateur de la SSME, services nutrition du ministère de la santé, Section suivi-évaluation et Nutrition de UNICEF). Tous les produits livrables doivent être soumis pour examen et commentaires par le superviseur et le chef de section avant le dernier jour de la consultation. Le superviseur examinera et fournira des commentaires pour que le consultant puisse les consolider et les intégrer avant la soumission du document final.Le paiement sera effectué à la fin de la consultation, sur la base (1) de la satisfaction de l'UNICEF à l'égard des produits finaux soumis et (2) de l'offre financière qui aura été acceptée par l'UNICEF. Livrables - Délais indicatifs et Répartition des honoraires1.Un rapport de revue du système de suivi-évaluation existant pour la SSME.Incluant les points thématiques suivantes :oLe processus de collecte, le circuit de rapportage et de validation des données.oLa dissémination des résultats. (Mois 115%)2.Un rapport de propositions d’amélioration système de suivi-évaluation existant pour la SSME incluant l’aspect genre et qui permettra d’avoir les résultats globaux de qualité validés un mois après la réalisation de la campagne. Ce rapport devra inclure : oUne proposition de nouveaux formats : Collecte de données et registres, supervision, micro-planification.oLe processus de collecte et supervision, le circuit de rapportage et de validation des données.oLa dissémination des résultats (pour le mode campagne). (Mois 215%)3.Un rapport succinct de la faisabilité d’utilisation de RapidPro pour amélioration la disponibilité des données à temps et la compilation des résultats dans de la SSME (Campagne). Ce rapport devra tenir comptes des points clefs suivants :oApporter des informations sur les avantages, limites et coût annuel estiméoConsidération du plan de transition vers le DHIS2 en cours au Ministère de la Santé (Mois 315%)4.Un guide pratique du système de suivi et évaluation de la SSME préparé en malgache et français qui intègre toutes les propositions validées par le MINSAN (Mois 415%)5.Un plan de suivi-évaluation de la distribution de la vitamine A et du déparasitage en mode routine :Ce plan devra inclure :oLa revue du système de collecte des données existantoLes fiches de collecte et registresoLa stratégie pour l’intégration adéquate des informations dans le système d'information sanitaire système d’information sanitaireoLa stratégie de mise à l’échelle. (Mois 640%)6.Facilitation d'une séance de validation faites auprès du comité national de la SSME sur les points issus de la revue et des ameliorations / recommandations proposées à l'aide d'une présentation PowerPoint (Mois 6 )7.Une présentation PowerPoint que le Ministère de la Santé utilisera auprès des partenaires impliqués dans la SSME pour présenter les grands points de l'analyse, les recommandations retenues et les prochaines étapes à accomplir pour améliorer le suivi-évaluation des SSME (Mois 6)8.Un rapport final de la consultation qui documentera le processus suivi en complément des autres livrables à soumettre (personnes rencontrées, calendrier suivi, etc.) – ce rapport doit être court et synthétique. (Mois 6) 4.Supervision et condition de travailLe/La consultant (e) travaillera sous la supervision du Spécialiste en Monitoring de la Section Nutrition de l'UNICEF Madagascar, en collaboration avec le Chef de Section qui appuiera la supervision de la prestation. Le/La consultant (e) sera basé (e) au bureau de l'UNICEF à Antananarivo avec des déplacements de plusieurs jours pour la réalisation des tâches et rencontres avec les partenaires. Il / elle devra fournir son propre ordinateur / ordinateur portable. L’UNICEF fournira les frais de voyage pour les missions de terrain et le transport pour rencontrer les partenaires indispensables à la réalisation des tâches prévues par le présent mandat, mais le/la consultant (e) sera responsable de tous autres voyages / déplacements. Le paiement de frais de consultation sera échelonné selon les livrables présentés ci-dessous et effectués à la fin de la consultation, sur la base (1) de la satisfaction de l'UNICEF à l'égard des produits soumis et (2) de l'offre financière qui aura été acceptée par l'UNICEF. 5.Période et durée de la consultation :La consultation est prévue pour une période estimée de six (06) mois calendaires. Le calendrier de mise en œuvre de l’analyse situation sera confirmé par l’UNICEF après revue/ajustement avec le prestataire du chronogramme qu’il aura proposé dans son offre technique. Pour se qualifier comme défenseur pour chaque enfant, il vous faut :•Un diplôme universitaire de niveau Master (Bac+5) issu d’un établissement accrédité, dans une des disciplines relevant des domaines suivants : sciences sociales, Suivi-Évaluation, Économie/Statistique avec des connaissances en nutrition, santé publique, gestion des projets, ou un domaine connexe ;•Au moins sept (07) ans d’expérience professionnelle dans la recherche et/ou le suivi-évaluation des projets ;•Avoir une expérience dans la collecte, le traitement et l’analyse des données qualitatives et quantitatives ;•Expérience confirmée dans la collecte, le traitement et l’analyse des données quantitatives ainsi que qualitatives (focus-groupes, entretiens);•Excellente capacité de synthèse et de rédaction des documents, excellentes capacités en matière de communication ;•Maîtrise de l’outil informatique (Word, Excel, …) ;•Excellente maîtrise du français exigée (oral/écrit) ;•La connaissance du malagasy (oral/écrit) sera considérée comme un atout. Pour chaque Enfant, vous devez démontrer...Les valeurs fondamentales de l'UNICEF, à savoir l'engagement, la diversité et l'intégrité, et les compétences de base en matière de communication, de travail en équipe et de recherche de résultats.Les compétences techniques requises pour ce poste sont : Analyse, formulation des stratégies et concepts, Apprentissage et recherche, Application des expertises techniques, planification et organisation Voir notre cadre de compétences sur: https://ift.tt/180WnBG Comment postuler ?Les candidats intéressés sont priés de postuler uniquement en ligne via le lienhttps://https://ift.tt/2Jv5wut et d'y joindre en fichiers attachés une lettre de motivation, CV détaillé (avec Noms et coordonnées des personnes de référence) et une copie du diplôme le plus élevé. Une proposition technique et une offre financière (En Ariary ou Dollar-USD).Les candidatures soumises sans offre financière ne seront pas prises en considération.Si vous avez besoin d'aide, ou avez des questions, veuillez contacter l’adresse e-mail : hrantananarivo@unicef.org.Tout dossier incomplet ou soumis en ligne après la date butoir (28 mars 2019) ne sera pas considéré. Remarque : Seul(e)s les candidat(e)s présélectionné(e)s seront contacté(e)s et participeront à la prochaine étape du processus de sélection.Si vous avez besoin d'aide, ou avez des questions, veuillez contacter l’adresse e-mail : hrantananarivo@unicef.orgNos avis de vacances sont également disponibles sur le site https://ift.tt/2H04iku la liste des établissements accrédités sur le lien : www.whed.net L'UNICEF s'engage au respect de la diversité et à l'inclusion au sein de sa force de travail, encourage tous les candidats, sans distinction de sexe, de nationalité, de religion et d'origine ethnique, y compris les personnes handicapées, à postuler pour faire partie de l'organisation. Les candidatures féminines sont vivement encouragées.L’UNICEF applique une politique de zéro tolérance par rapport à l’exploitation et l’abus sexuel, et à toute forme de harcèlement, incluant le harcèlement sexuel, et la discrimination. Tous les candidats sélectionnés devront alors être soumis à une rigoureuse vérification de références et d’antécédents

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