Research Fellow, MENA Programme (Middle East and North Africa) job in London, United Kingdom

Research Fellow, MENA Programme (Middle East and North Africa) job in London, United Kingdom
Chatham House Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, is a world-renowned independent policy institute. Based in London, our mission is to help build a sustainably secure, prosperous and just world. Chatham House work on the Middle East and Nor...

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Senior Liaison Officer, P5 job in Juba, South Sudan

Senior Liaison Officer, P5 job in Juba, South Sudan
UN Mission in the Republic of South Sudan Org. Setting and Reporting This position is located in the Office of the Chief of Staff, United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), Juba. Juba is classified in the "E" category and as a non-family duty station. The incumbent reports directly to...

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Europe Digital Marketing Officer job in Brussels, Belgium

Europe Digital Marketing Officer job in Brussels, Belgium
Transport & Environment NGO Transport & Environment (T&E) is seeking a digital marketing specialist who uses digital tools and applies storytelling to move people to action and confront politicians with people’s demand for change. About T&E: T&E is Europ...

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Intern- Drug Control and Crime Prevention job in New York, New York

Intern- Drug Control and Crime Prevention job in New York, New York
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Org. Setting and Reporting The internship is located in the New York Liaison Office, Division for Policy Analysis and Public Affairs, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), New York. The envisaged period of internship is approximately thr...

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Close Protection Officer

Close Protection Officer
Level : F-5
Job ID : 114620
Job Network : Internal Security and Safety
Job Family : Security
Department/Office : United Nations Investigative Team for Accountability of Da’esh/ISIL
Duty Station : BAGHDAD
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 3/31/2019
Deadline : 4/6/2019

Close Protection Officer

Close Protection Officer
Level : F-5
Job ID : 114620
Job Network : Internal Security and Safety
Job Family : Security
Department/Office : United Nations Investigative Team for Accountability of Da’esh/ISIL
Duty Station : BAGHDAD
Staffing Exercise : N/A
Posted Date : 3/31/2019
Deadline : 4/6/2019

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MEAL Officer

MEAL Officer IR/INT/EXT/VN/011.19 March 29, 2019 Post Title:                 MEAL Officer Report to:                 Senior Health & Nutrition Officer Duty Station:           Somali Regional State, Kebribeyah Required:                 One Duration:                  17 Months Introduction Islamic Relief is an international relief and development charity founded in 1984 with its headquarters in Birmingham, UK. As well as responding to disasters and emergencies, Islamic Relief promotes sustainable economic and social development by working with local communities - regardless of race, religion or gender. The office officially started operation in Ethiopia in 2004. Islamic Relief Ethiopia (IRE) is operational in the Somali Regional State with a base office in Hargelle, Elkere, Bare, Dekasuftu, Jigjiga, Afar Regional State; Ewa & Gulina and an additional operational office in Addis Ababa. For more information please visit our website: https://ift.tt/1oVA06i. Job Objective:  Under direct supervision of the Senior Health and Nutrition Officer and matrix reporting to the country office MEAL Manager, the MEAL Officer will support health and nutrition  officers in performance and quality management, undertake MEAL related activities of  Adolescent and Maternal Nutrition Project  being implemented in Gursum, Harrowa and Kebribeyah woredas of  Somali region. S/he is part of the Health and Nutrition Team in  Gursum, Harrowa and Kebribeyah woredas   and the primary focus of the position is to engage in Monitoring and Evaluation of Adolescent and Maternal Nutrition. This  officer also  will contributes to overall health and Nutrition  project  quality through  developing different reporting tools, checking report completeness and timeline, coordinate different events in consultation with  MEAL Manager. The MEAL officer closely work with Health and Nutrition unit staffs and support Government health and education sector staffs and IR’s Health and Nutrition officers for the smooth and accurate running of the Adolescent and Maternal Nutrition Project program through planning, capacity building and supervision. Additionally, the MEAL Officer will actively support the planning, implementation and coordination of adolescent and Maternal Nutrition interventions in close consultation with Senior Nutrition Officer as well as Health and Nutrition Coordinator. The Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Officer is responsible for establishing and implementing an appropriate monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning systems at the project area, based on evidence of good practices and in line with Donor requirements to help ensure the successful delivery and attainment of project goals and objectives. S/he ensures that strong MEAL system is in place so that the implementation of the project is of high quality and accountable to beneficiaries, partners and donors. Key Responsibilities: The MEAL officer is responsible to but not limited to the following duties: Collection and compiling: Together with the Health and Nutrition Officers develop sector specific M&E data management tools and provide training on the tools for project staff and woreda experts. Compile health and Nutrition  program data from all intervention woreda, health facilities  conduct data quality checking with input from health and Nutrition officers, analyze data in consultation with Senior  Health and Nutrition Officer , document findings for recommendation and decision making in a timely manner Support MEAL Manager in establishing health database for regular supervision and indicator information using Microsoft Excel /Access, EPI info and other software as required. Produce monitoring checklists and conduct regular field process monitoring, quality assessment and data validation, and provide feedbacks and recommendations for timely improvement. Develop capacity of local communities, partners and staff on the program M&E framework, data management, and data analysis and results‐oriented programming, monitoring and evaluation methods and principles and reporting systems. Participate in all other aspects of MEAL, for example surveys, baselines, evaluations, joint projects monitoring and reviews / lessons learning workshops/events. Analysis and presentation Monitor the project progress based on the selected indicators of the project. In monthly bases check data quality (completeness, timeliness) in collaboration with Senior Health and Nutrition Officer,  MEAL Manager and Officers Promote learning in the project, particularly on issues of program quality. Regularly analyze data and produce reports and case studies; ensure new analysis and information is available Prepare presentation for Adolescent and Maternal Nutrition  projects performance review meeting Update indicator matrix in collaboration with Health and Nutrition Coordinator  and  senior Health and Nutrition officer Attend relevant woreda & community meetings as required and provide feedbacks if relevant Make sure the utilization of appropriate reporting templates that facilitate the acquisition and aggregation of data in sectors or develop and maintain effective database. Lead on monitoring and improving the synergy and integration of Adolescent and Maternal nutrition   to enhance delivery of outstanding results Capacity building Build the capacity of health and Nutrition program staff in the area of monitoring, health and nutrition data management and analysis through training and on job technical Support. Accountability and learning Support health and Nutrition  team in developing and documenting success stories of the Adolescent and Maternal Nutrition   projects Develop active and sustainable feedback mechanisms to   health and nutrition teams  with regards to project monitoring tools and systems  and beneficiaries/stakeholders as needed Prepare key findings of the health and nutrition  project from monthly monitoring, assessment, and other learning activities and facilitate and participate in information sharing opportunities Data Storage/documentation Work with MEAL Manager to check the availability of the right data on the hands of the right people at the right time Ensure the existence of appropriate system for data storage, retrieval and analysis at all level Support project teams in preparing and documenting success stories, best practices and cap statements Coordination Coordinate the implementation of the project evaluation/assessment such as baseline and survey, and final evaluation based on the needs. Participate in the regular monthly, quarterly, biannual and annual reports development together with the Health team. Participate in and/or lead project coordination and review meetings Monitoring & Evaluation In close consultation with MEAL Manager and field based health and nutrition team   ensure that all data management tools are properly prepared, recorded and kept.   Key Working Relationships Internal Internally the MEAL officer will work closely with MEAL Manager, health and nutrition officers, Health and Nutrition Coordinator, Logistics and Finance.  External Zonal Health Desk, Woreda Health office Health Workers, PHCU directors , HEWs Zonal and woreda education offices ,school directors and teachers Community leaders Additional responsibilities Support the planning ,implementation and coordination of adolescent and Maternal Nutrition projects Inform the Senior Nutrition Officer of any professional problems encountered Conduct all duties in a professional manner following Islamic Relief staff regulations and charter Ability to handle multiple tasks on an on-going basis, and adapt to a shift or change in priorities, including the ability to work a flexible work schedule as needed to meet deliverable deadlines Organize training courses Draft agendas and record minutes of staffs meetings and answer office correspondence Job Requirements Person Specification: Bachelor’s  degree  in health information technology, Biostatistics, public health, Nutrition  or other related disciplines (Health or  Nutrition  Background is an added advantage) Minimum three years professional relevant experience Experience in Monitoring, database design, entry and analysis. Strong background in database management and technical knowledge on Ms excel and access. Excellent analytical and report writing skill. Excellent communication skills, organizational skills and the ability to work in a team Fluency in written and spoken English Fluency in Somali language is Mandatory How to Apply Application Procedures Interested candidates are required to submit a complete application form with all required supporting documents (copy of credentials and testimonials) through HR@islamic-relief.org.et. You can access the application form with this link: http://www.islamic-relief.org.et/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Employment-Application-form.docx. Failure to follow the instructions will invalidate your application. Closing date for the application is April 07, 2019. Due to the high volume of application, we regret that we will be able to contact only the shortlisted candidates. Female candidates are highly encouraged.

MEAL Officer

MEAL Officer Save the Children is an exciting and dynamic organization that follows a holistic approach to achieve more for children and use its resources in an efficient and sustainable way. In every programming we aim to achieve results at scale, build partnership to influence others and increase our impact; look for innovate solutions to the problems children faces, campaign for better practice and ensure that Children’s voices are heard. Save the Children is an organization for talented people with different backgrounds and perspectives. We are proud that our people are representative of the children we work with and we thrive on our diversity. We are an equal opportunity organization dedicated to our core values of Accountability, Ambition, Collaboration, Creativity and Integrity. Our culture is embedded in these values, along with a strong commitment to our Child Safeguarding Protocol, ensuring that all representatives of Save the Children demonstrate the highest standards of behavior towards children both in their private and professional lives. Save the Children, offers sound employment conditions with opportunities for personal growth and development. If you are interested to work in an organization that is determined to achieve dramatic change for the most vulnerable children, we encourage you to look through the job profile below. Job Title MEAL Officer Code SCI/NFO/ 002/19 Place of Work Nekemte Program/Unit Emergency response Program for East Wollega Monthly Salary in ETB As per the scale of the organization No. of Positions 1 Length of Contract Six Months JOBPURPOSE:  The purpose of the community facilitator position is to Improve food security and livelihoods of the vulnerable IDP/returnees households, through the provision of emergency early maturing crops, animal health services, and conditional cash transfer support. She/he provides overall technical, organisational support and plays facilitation role in communities she/he is assigned, including technology and best practices, awareness creation and linkages and behavioral change through education, information and communication. She/he supports people’s empowerment, collective action and solidarity. Facilitates and encourages active participation of and networking between individuals and communities in recognizing problems, identifying solutions, and implementing project activities related to the identified solutions. Establishes and maintains close working relationship with communities and community organizations in her/his working area in order to ensure that the messages are disseminated and understood at all levels. Build capacities of the community and institutions. She/he will be the link between the project and the community to ensure implementation of - food security & livelihood matters intervention. In general, MEAL person will provide technical support to emergency Programme teams in the implementation of Emergency programs across Save the Children Implementation areas. JOB SPECIFIC ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES   Planning and leadership Community Empowerment and Training Facilitate implementation of project activities and monitoring ·        Technical Support and Facilitation Facilitate the establishment of steering committees for beneficiary targeting and verification Ensure the intended beneficiary will receive the required entitlement or services to improve household’s resiliency Ensure the Cash and Voucher are appropriately delivered to the intended beneficiaries, in collaboration with the programme team, will support the, assessment, development and implementation of CTP Collaborate with the program and support teams as well as Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEAL) team to conduct relevant cash feasibility assessments to further the expansion of cash-based programming. Follow appropriate agronomic practices will be exercised by the beneficiaries Monitor households as per the standard of Save the Children operational procedures Emergency responses to make programs more responsive to local markets and more beneficial to general coping capacities; Lead in Rapid Market Assessments with the support of the project officer Lead learning and documentation. Ensure Programme quality and standards are met Ensure sound methodological approaches using Save the Children Standard Operational Procedures and international standards and protocols for cash-based programming adapted to local, national policies / laws and other agents. Work closely with MEAL teams to adapt and institute post-distribution monitoring for cash modalities and to evaluate/study the impact of the use of cash in Save the Children. With the MEAL team employ or modify existing systems for accountability to beneficiaries, donors and Save the Children in relation to quality and timely delivering programs. Programme development and resource mobilization Support the development of innovative solutions to complex challenges in emergency responses. Provide input on proposals, reports, sector strategies and other planning and fundraising documents. Support the technical teams in designating the vulnerability targeting criteria and dissemination to communities, and local authorities. Assess capacity and feasibility of local partnership and coordination. Support to programme implementation Assist development of and support set-up of humanitarian programmes and work alongside Technical teams to provide mentoring and supervision of integrated sectors. working closely with field office level operations departments to ensure Standard of Procedures for cash and voucher programming are used for implementation and adapted as required to each context Oversee information and shared learning across teams and ensure that monitoring and evaluation results are documented and understood as the basis for improved programming. Advocacy and Support Develop networks and maintain relationships with other INGOs, local NGOs, donors and government working on cash-based interventions Ensure meeting agendas, participation and minutes are recorded and circulated in a timely fashion.      Represent Save the Children, where necessary, in all relevant external meetings and to advocate CTP             approaches as appropriate. Effectively manage all data and Information Management needs and tools. Perform other duties as he/she will be assigned Job Requirements The post-holder is expected to have the following attributes: Essential First degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline (preferably, community development, social/livelihoods development, Sociology, humanitarian assistance, agricultural economics,) or substantial community development experience. A minimum of two years of experience in working in related project. Experience in emergency and early recovery setting with national or International organizations highly desirable. Good communication skills, ability to convey complex information in a straightforward manner Strong interpersonal skills to establish and maintain effective working relations with multicultural and multi ethnic teams, including working with partner organizations Experience of training and capacity building and ability to carry out training needs analysis and develop capacity building, Mentoring and coaching skills Ability to synthesize and analyses data Proven experience in networking, influencing and negotiation skills ·        Strong commitment and sympathy to Save the Children Fluency in spoken and written English; Oromifa and/or Gedeofa desirable. Willingness and ability to pick up new concepts, skills and approaches quickly Desirable Training in CTP, climate change adaptation mechanisms or systems Experience with coordination (cluster-level and informal) and leading technical working groups ·        Proven experience in development and emergency contexts. Experience in identifying and implementing innovative Experience in post-distribution monitoring (assessments and reporting). Proven experience in multi-sector market-based interventions, in emergency and recovery contexts COMPETENCIES   SC Values are: Accountability, Ambition, Collaboration, Creativity and Integrity. To meet the value system, the post holder is expected to demonstrate the following Competencies on ongoing bases. Applying technical and professional expertise: Applies the required technical and professional expertise to the highest standards; promotes and shares best practice within and outside the organisation. Engaging(align with Collaboration, Creativity, Networking: Builds and use sustainable relationship to support the work of save the children Workingeffectively with others Works collaboratively to achieve shared goals and thrives on diversity of people and perspectives; knows when to lead and when to follow and how to ensure effective cross-boundary working. Communicatingwith Impact: Communicates clearly and confidently with others to engage and influence; promotes dialogue and ensures timely and appropriate messages, building confidence and trust with others. How to Apply Interested applicants who met the MINIMUM requirements should send the following through Tsedeke.Sisay@savethechildren.org   or Fekadu.Tesgera@Savethechildren.org before or on April 08, 2019. A CV (not more than 3 pages) A cover letter (not more than one page) A one-page table summarizing your educational background, work experience, technical skills and competencies to facilitate the screening process. Refer the vacancy announcement while doing this. Please DO NOT SUBMIT copies of transcripts, academic degrees or recommendation letters with the application. You should providethem upon request otherwise your application will reject. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU STATE THE CODE OF THE VACANCY ON THE SUBJECT OF YOUR EMAIL ensuring that the job title is clearly stated in the cover letter. We need to keep children safe and as such, our selection process reflects our commitment to ensuring that only those who are suitable to work with children are considered for these posts. All successful applicants will, therefore, be required to complete a Police Check and must sign onto our Child Safeguarding Policy and Code of Conduct. In the selection of its staff, Save the Children is committed to gender balance and diversity without distinction as to race, sex or religion, and without discrimination of persons with disabilities. Note: All travel costs should be covered by the applicants, if invited for written exam or interview.       Female applicants are highly encouraged.

Education Zonal Coordinator (Re-Advert)

Education Zonal Coordinator (Re-Advert) Save the Children is an exciting and dynamic organization that follows a holistic approach to achieve more for children and use its resources in an efficient and sustainable way. In every programming we aim to achieve results at scale, build partnership to influence others and increase our impact; look for innovate solutions to the problems children faces, campaign for better practice and ensure that Children’s voices are heard. Save the Children is an organization for talented people with different backgrounds and perspectives. We are proud that our people are representative of the children we work with and we thrive on our diversity. We are an equal opportunity organization dedicated to our core values of Accountability, Ambition, Collaboration, Creativity and Integrity. Our culture is embedded in these values, along with a strong commitment to our Child Safeguarding Protocol, ensuring that all representatives of Save the Children demonstrate the highest standards of behavior towards children both in their private and professional lives. Save the Children offers sound employment conditions with opportunities for personal growth and development. If you are interested to work in an organization that is determined to achieve dramatic change for the most vulnerable children, we encourage you to look through the job profile below.  Job Title Education Zonal Coordinator (Re-Advert) Code SCI/TFO/ 008 /2019 Place of Work Mekelle , Tigray Program/Unit Education Integrated with Livelihood Project in Tigray Monthly Salary in ETB As per the organization scale No. of Positions 01 Length of Contract One Year ROLE PURPOSE:   Coordinate, facilitates and deliver Numeracy Boost teachers’ and O-class facilitators trainings; develop or/and adapts training modules and supportive materials, develops training TOR, training materials and work plan. He/she also, regularly conducts school visiting and supportive supervision to follow up quality program implementation including construction works. He provides technical support to intervention schools and teachers/facilitators, participates in budget planning and revision, compiles and produces monthly, quarterly, and annual reports and documents all progress reports, lessons learned and best practices on Numeracy Boost and other core programs.   KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY   One of the project’s thematic area is education. It strives to improve quality of education such as school infrastructure, child -centre teaching methods in the area of Boosting Numeracy and enhancing Literacy and Emergent Math learning skills in the education sector. To achieve these, the Education Zonal Coordinator undertakes the following major duties and responsibilities: ü  Prepares implementation plan and participates in annual budget development for the program ü  Coordinates and technically supports woreda, and local stakeholders to assess needs to enhance the implementation of project activities. ü  Develops terms of reference and facilitates trainings, meetings, and joint supportive supervision visits that will be conducted at woreda and community levels. ü  Submits training reports, review meeting proceedings, and field travel reports to project manager timely for documentation. ü  Ensures the Integration of Education and Livelihood activities at community/school levels. ü  In collaboration with the project team, contribute to developed team spirit among project staff ü  Prepare purchase requests of for educational and construction materials ü  Plans, organizes and delivers teachers’ trainings defined in the operational manual or toolkit of Numeracy Boost(NB) in early grades; and Emergent Literacy and Math for pre-school(O-class) facilitators. ü  Responsible for delivery quality training and influence teachers on Numeracy Boost    approaches so as to bring change on the lesson delivery skills of the teachers/facilitators ü  Develops training proposal, supportive documents (letter of invitation, term of agreements and term of reference(TOR) ü  Develops and/ or adapts training materials in to local language and context useful to enhance NB program ü  Develops and/or adapts math storybooks, reference books, reading cards, NB manipulatives that are culture sensitive and appropriate to children/ learners. ü  Support intervention schools on Boosting Numeracy at early grades and Emergent Literacy and Math approach at pre-school(O-classes). ü  conducts regular school visiting and supportive classroom - based supervisions ü  In close collaboration with construction team, he is expected to monitor quality of construction activities and report to immediate supervisor on time ü  Ensures construction materials are accurate in quality and safely transported to sites and stored properly. ü  Maintains collaboration and cooperation with project team, partners and stakeholders ü  In close collaboration with MEAL Manager, he/she supports and participate in quality bench mark assessments. ü  Prepare and submits periodic achievement, accomplishments and progresses reports of his/her program implementations ü  Compiles and documents effective success stories, best practices, lesson learned and reports. ü  Undertakes additional assignments given by his/her immediate supervisor. Job Requirements Essential Minimum BA / B. Sc. Degree in the Education fields, and MSc in Mathematics is a priority At least 4 years of experience in providing training to elementary teachers specifically in the area of child centre teaching methodology. It is a plus if he/she has the experience in developing   Maths teaching manipulatives in Teacher Education Institutions. Good experience in planning, coordinating and implementing work activities Good knowledge and experience in Project Cycle Management Very good skill in report writing. Excellent and demonstrated computer skills Microsoft office applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook Competency in spoken and written Tigrigna and English languages An understanding and commitment to Save the Children values. Desirable   Believing the value of good knowledge on child-centre teaching strategies and formative assessment. certificates in Higher Diploma Program (HDP) and other training relevant programs is an advantage. Strong written and oral communication skills, as well as proven ability to work collaboratively with community organizations and stakeholders. Experience working with government offices and beneficiaries on education programs. Knowledge and learning ability to integrate gender issues in the education activities Demonstrated skills in partnership building and interpersonal communication with staff and stakeholders. Committed for frequent field work and respect values of the organization Excellent in report writing skills Experience working in the region and understanding of local context How to Apply Interested applicants who met the MINIMUM requirements should send the following through yisak.girmay@savethechildren.org  before April 8, 2019   A CV (not more than 3 pages) A cover letter (not more than one page) A one-page table summarizing your educational background, work experience, technical skills and competencies to facilitate the screening process. Refer the vacancy announcement while doing this. Please DO NOT SUBMIT copies of transcripts, academic degrees or recommendation letters with the application. You will provide them upon request. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU STATE THE CODE OF THE VACANCY ON THE SUBJECT OF YOUR EMAIL. All applications should be received within 10 days of this advertisement.  Save the Children is committed to ensuring that all our personnel and programmes are absolutely safe for children. We undertake rigorous procedures during the recruitment process including background checks to ensure that only people suitable to work with children are allowed to join our organisation and all candidates will therefore be subject to this scrutiny. In the selection of its staff, Save the Children is committed to gender balance and diversity without distinction as to race, sex or religion, and without discrimination of persons with disabilities. Note: All travel costs should be covered by the applicant if invited for written exam or interview.

Logistics Officer

Logistics Officer Job Summary The Logistics Officer is responsible for carrying out all Samaritan’s Purse (SP) WASH and Livelihoods inventories both in the warehouse and in the field when necessary. It includes keeping records of stock balances, and receiving and issuing materials after all documentation is completed and approved by the program manager.  Key Responsibilities Ensure all inventories are received, released, stored, and recorded according to the procedures set forth by the organization Monitoring the stock levels of WASH and Livelihoods inventory Receiving and releasing goods Ensuring that items are only released to staff who have received proper authorization using proper documentation Ensure that storage space is organized and separated out Ensure that inventory is secure by keeping storage units closed and locked Record all transactions in relevant paperwork Perform period physical counts to check accuracy of records Ensure that updated inventory reports are sent to the supervisor With a generous and serving spirit perform all other tasks and responsibilities assigned for the benefit of Samaritan’s Purse Job Requirements Education / Experience Needed BA Degree in Procurement, Logistics’ Management and related fields. Minimum two years of experience working as procurement and store management preferred. Previous INGO work experience preferred. Skills Required Fluency in English and local language Ability to work under little or no supervision Must be able to use Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook How to Apply Interested applicants can send updated CV and application letter to hrspe@samaritan.org no later than April 4, 2019. Please write the position title you are applying for in the email subject line, 'Logistics Officer'.

Program facilitator/Cashier

Program facilitator/Cashier Save the Children (SC) is the leading independent organization for children.   Save the Children in Ethiopia is looking to hire creative individuals who have the experience and competencies to work; support the development of an organizational culture that reflects dual mandate values; help establish, maintain, and improve active and regular working relationships with host government authorities, partner agencies including humanitarian and development donors, and local and international NGOs; ensure Ethiopia Country Office complies with all Save the Children Management Operating Standards and Standard Operating Procedures and that all required support is provided promptly, at scale and in line with the rules and principles. Are you interested to join our team? Please review below the position specification and requirement to help you make a decision. Job Title Program facilitator/Cashier Code SCI/NSO/003/19 Place of Work East Wollega, Nekemte Program/Unit Emergency response Program for East Wollega Monthly Salary in ETB As per the scale of the organization No. of Positions 01 Length of Contract Six Months Opening Date: 01/04/19                             Closing Date: 10/04/19   Job Summary   ROLE PURPOSE   The incumbent of this position represents SC values and principles in interactions with staff and external audiences. These values and principles include commitment to the mission of Save the Children international, team orientation, quality management and leadership development, introducing systems and procedures to strengthen staff motivation and productivity. The job holder will be primary responsible to support the project staff in facilitating cash payment for different activities for active project implementation and involvement with the community and partners for smooth and successful implementation of project activities as per the approved ECHO project document; and government and donor requirements and Save the Children standards.   SCOPE OF ROLE: Reports to: Finance officer Staff directly reporting to this post:  No   KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY: This post focuses on Recovery/emergency/humanitarian programming, but will be expected to contribute to SCI’s dual mandate and support as needed in both emergencies and development settings.           Cash collect, disburse and control petty cash fund Collect funds and make various payments as per the authorization and approval of Budget Holders and in accordance with Save the Children’s financial management policy; Maintain and handle petty cash and prepare cash reports and ensure timely replenishment; and prepare receipt/payment vouchers; Prepare payment vouchers (for cash and cheque payments) as per approved payment requests and/or authenticated invoices and receipts by budget holders and present vouchers for verification and approval by the responsible persons. Make cash/cheque payments only after obtaining approval/authorization from the management; Maintain the bank and cash records either electronically or manually Effect staff salary upon obtaining an approval and certification from payroll sheets; Check and pay all office bills for telephone, fax, water, electricity, tax withholdings and government taxes; Ensure timely settlement of bills; Assist the Finance officer in handling of financial transaction and documentations; Ensure loans and working advances are maintained and accounted for properly and follow up repayments made accordingly; Whenever necessary the casher will make payments at field level for different activities. Financial Report SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (our Values in Practice) Accountability: Holds self accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities - giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved Ambition: Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves (and their team), takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages others to do the same Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others Future orientated, thinks strategically Collaboration: Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, members and external partners and supporters Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to Creativity: Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions Willing to take disciplined risks Integrity: Honest, encourages openness and transparency   Job Requirements Essential Diploma/BA in accounting. At least 3 for Diploma and 1 year for BA of experience working as cashier. Good interpersonal skills. Good spoken English. Commitment to and understanding of Save the Children’s aims, values and principles Computer skill Afar language skill is mandatory     How to Apply Interested applicants who met the MINIMUM requirements should send the following through Tsedeke.Sisay@savethechildren.org   or Fekadu.Tesgera@Savethechildren.org before or on April 08, 2019. A CV (not more than 3 pages) A cover letter (not more than one page) A one-page table summarizing your educational background, work experience, technical skills and competencies to facilitate the screening process. Refer the vacancy announcement while doing this. Please DO NOT SUBMIT copies of transcripts, academic degrees or recommendation letters with the application. You should providethem upon request otherwise your application will reject. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU STATE THE CODE OF THE VACANCY ON THE SUBJECT OF YOUR EMAIL ensuring that the job title is clearly stated in the cover letter. We need to keep children safe and as such, our selection process reflects our commitment to ensuring that only those who are suitable to work with children are considered for these posts. All successful applicants will, therefore, be required to complete a Police Check and must sign onto our Child Safeguarding Policy and Code of Conduct. In the selection of its staff, Save the Children is committed to gender balance and diversity without distinction as to race, sex or religion, and without discrimination of persons with disabilities. Note: All travel costs should be covered by the applicants, if invited for written exam or interview  Female applicants are highly encouraged.

Regional IT Projects Manager – VisionFund Africa

Regional IT Projects Manager – VisionFund Africa Preferred location: Accra, Ghana or Nairobi, Kenya. Other locations to be determined by home country of successful candidate within the Africa Region where WVI/VF is registered to operate. PURPOSE OF POSITION: This Regional Project Manager (RPM) II position will ensure the efficient and effective use of technology within the business, through advice, influence, scrutiny and membership of steering committees. The technology is primarily banking and accounting systems, and derivative Management Information Systems. Reporting into the Regional Programme Manager, this new position requires a person with both technical capability and a strong understanding of the business model and processes (operational and financial) who can bring the two aspects together and strengthen the IT capacity in our Microfinance Institutions (MFIs). The purpose of this Regional Project Manager II position is to assist the RPM in providing support to the eleven country IT and project teams in the Africa region to help them achieve their objectives of timely and accurate reporting and sound IT and project management of each MFI’s portfolio of projects in each country. The Regional Project Manager II position, while mostly assigned to IT related projects, is an independent and focused role, that will have oversight of various projects being implemented by VFI affiliated MFIs in Africa. This position will coordinate with the various functional departments of the organization in training and providing technical advice, overseeing, advising and mentoring the project managers and IT managers in the MFIs, and ensuring high quality of project management. Projects can include, but are not limited to: information technology, change management, organizational development and management information systems projects. The IT and projects staff in MFIs are matrix-managed by the RPM. The RPM will assign specific pieces of work to the Regional Project Manager II, and specific projects to oversee. The Regional Project Manager II role requires a candidate with knowledge of the use of technology in finance/microfinance operations, experience of project management, a commitment to developing staff and an ability to influence. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: Project Management – directly at VFI level and indirectly through MFI staff: This role builds the capacity of the MFI project team leads that will be directly assigned to him/her by the RPM, to enable them to do the following: Develops, and continually updates, the project plans and schedules. Develops product breakdown structures. Identifies project dependencies prior to the start of the project. Works with Business Analysts and the client to define/refine the project scope. Facilitates the gathering of information required to estimate project cost, resources, time and deliverables. Prepares all project management baseline products. Prioritizes sub projects under a program. Ensures that the project outcome reflects the goals of the client. Negotiates conflicts and resolves issues that arise. Acts as a mediator between stakeholders and team members. Resolves any issues and solves problems throughout the project life cycle. Determines staffing requirements and forms project teams including as necessary recruiting and managing staff. Develops budget requests for resources. Works with resource managers in order to effectively align resources across projects. Provides work direction and leadership to assigned projects, including scheduling, assignment of work and review of project efforts. Evaluates project performance and makes recommendations for personnel actions. Assists with identifying which resources need to be procured outside the organization. Describes technical or other issues that need to be considered and assists in the development of Statement of Work (SOWs). Determines if external consultants or contractors will be required to complete project plan. Provides advice and counsel to the vendor relationship decision-making and contract development processes. Evaluates service provider performance. Approves invoices, for payment. Provides an issue escalation path and resolves vendor performance disputes. Identifies the elements of risk in a project. Analyzes project risks and assesses potential impact to the client. Develops and maintains risk plans, processes and systems in order to mitigate risk. Creates action plan for risks that occur and follows through on plan. Maintains issue list, proactively escalating issues to project and departmental leadership to mitigate risk. Recommends and takes action to direct analysis and solution of problems. Coaches, mentors, motivates and supervises MFI project team leads that will be directly assigned to him/her by the RPM. Influences them to take positive action and accountability for their assigned work. Recommends corrective action if necessary. A member of project steering committees as designated by the RPM. Supports the MFI team leads to plan and facilitate effective steering committee meetings. Assists the RPM in providing periodical project reporting, which includes narrative reports and progress update reports to stakeholders inside and outside the MFI. Change Management: As designated by the RPM, oversees and makes recommendations on people / business process changes that impact technology platforms. As designated by the RPM, assists MFI IT and Project Managers with planning, tracking and delivering successful changes that impact technology platforms / projects. In case of changes of scope and requirements and as designated by the RPM, ensures a “change management” process is in place at the MFI to track system and business changes. Proactively oversees changes in project scope, ensures that any change to project scope is documented and approved by steering committee on projects and activities assigned by the RPM. In coordination with the RPM, ensures each technology project in the MFI has a steering committee. As designated by the RPM, supports MFIs in vendor management and advice on all contracts that are over the PMO threshold. In coordination with the RPM, recommends training for MFI IT and project managers. Selects trainers and performs and/or supervises training in coordination with the service provider. Develops a communication plan to convey project scope, goals, milestones, budget, risk, status, change requests and critical issues to the client and project team. Assesses the effectiveness of the interaction and communication with the client and project team. Financial Planning and Reporting – IT and Projects: At any one time this role is responsible for the management of one or more medium to large-sized, moderate to high complex projects including the project budgets. Assists the RPM on the following activities: Supports the MFIs to prepare the annual budget and revised forecasts on an accurate and timely basis. Assists the RPM to prepare any regional budgets and forecasts as required, including the mapping of phasing of the multi-country projects. Submits a monthly checklist to the RPM in line with the monthly reporting timetable. Assists the RPM to review donor reports in the region and ensure submissions to donors are completed on time and accurately. Is responsible for building the capacity of the MFI staff and coaching and advising, to enable them to do the following: Estimates costs associated with a project including physical, financial and human capital costs. Develops a detailed cost baseline from cost estimations. Refines project cost estimates and confirms funding sources. Monitors and controls the actual cost of a project versus the budget. Reviews bills and evaluates factors that may potentially cause cost changes. Conducts in-depth root cause analysis of project budget discrepancies. Monitoring, Security and Risk Management: As designated by the RPM, undertakes visits to MFIs to help ensure quality is maintained in all aspects of IT and Project management. Assists the RPM in reviewing the monthly checklists, with resolutions prepared by each MFI. Assists the RPM in preparation and resolution of audit findings. Provides a gap fill service for IT and Project management leadership roles in MFIs as required due to staff absence. This might require significant travel or a 3-6 month assignment in an MFI. Assists the RPM to conduct spot checks, regular and ad-hoc, in the MFIs to test the IT controls. Maintains and updates the regional IT asset register. Reviews, collate from MFI and makes recommendation to the Global IT policy. Ensures projects are managed in accordance with policy. Assists RPM in monitoring and following up MFI IT Managers’ submission of monthly reports. Utilizes established project standards, procedures. Contributes to the development of new quality metrics. Strategic Input: In coordination with the RPM: Provide input into the strategic objectives of the DOC team and how it can achieve its plans. Industry trends and how they can influence the IT and project initiatives. Miscellaneous: Perform any other work-related duties and responsibilities that may be assigned from time-to-time by the RPM. Contribute to the overall team environment. Self development and supporting the professional and spiritual development of others. KNOWLDEGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: Bachelor degree in a relevant subject, preferably majoring in project management, technology and/or finance (or equivalent level of strategic thinking and technical knowledge gained from work experience). MS Office suite including MS Projects and advanced Excel skills. Project & programme management: able to manage complex projects including concurrent projects. Delivering results: ability to plan and organize self and work to achieve objectives and targets. Excellent knowledge of project management with ability to give best practice advice. Capable of training, supervising and managing staff in project management environment. Excellent client-facing and internal communication skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Solid organizational skills including attention to detail and multi-tasking skills. At least 5 years of IT work experience, including at least 3 years of project management or account management experience. At least 3 years of experience in the finance / micro finance industry. At least 1 year of team leadership and/or at least 2 years of supervising/coaching/mentoring experience. Prior work experience with Core banking systems, Mobile Banking and Digital Field Applications. Proven track record of delivering projects within defined timelines, budget and with quality under high pressure. Fluency in written and spoken English. Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience: Spoken and written French language in addition to English. Project Management certification or equivalent (PMP / PRINCE II certification is a plus). Understanding or hands-on experience in software development and web technologies. Risk management: experience in identification, assessment and management of project risks. Large-scale project budgeting and reporting. Work Environment/Travel: The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 30% of the time. There may be a need to be based in an MFI for a 3-6 month assignment when there are staffing gaps in IT/projects roles in MFIs. This position requires flexibility to work outside of office hours due to calls with colleagues in different time zones.

Donor Support Associate – WVI SS Ghana (5 positions available)

Donor Support Associate – WVI SS Ghana (5 positions available) PURPOSE OF POSITION: World Vision International (WVI) produces rich media to build a stronger connection between stakeholders and programs. This position will review various types of media (photos and videos) produced by field staff, compare them to a set of global standards, and then mark them as approved or rejected. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Review media (photos and videos), compare it to predefined criteria, and approve or assign a reject reason. In times of low production staff will assist with other tasks and duties as assigned. Provide administrative support. Contribute to the success of the team by performing other duties as required. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: High School Certificate. Basic computer proficiency, competent in MS Office. English fluency. High School Certificate is minimum requirement. Candidates with experience in other business process outsourcing (BPO) companies with similar task have an advantage. Work Environment/Travel: Position is required to work from the office location (no work from home options). No travel.

Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant – Omugo Settlement, Arua

Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant – Omugo Settlement, Arua Position: Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant – Omugo Settlement, Arua Report to: Livelihood Officer Location: Omugo, Arua – West Nile Purpose of the position: The Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant will support the Inclusive WASH Project in the provision of systematic data collection and management of up to date databases for timely and evidence based reporting, to ensure quality programming and accountability within the framework of World Vision Uganda standards and guidelines. Major Responsibilities: Data Management: Perform Routine data processing and entry and assist in both quantitative and qualitative analysis & preparation of draft M&E reports that will allow for an enhanced output analysis Take lead in systematic data collection through assessments to assess the baseline information and project outcomes and provide actionable recommendations to improve the program. Keenly track project progress through standardized data collection tools and methodologies Support the project team with data management and identifying programmatic issues and prompt corrective actions to enhance the project objectives. Maintain confidentiality and observe data protection and other associated guidelines Ensure compliance and processing protocols in order to meet standards for quality and accuracy. Capture data into the World Vision database and share the findings with the relevant stakeholders. Give updates on issues related to quality and assist in implementing actions to address compromise in data quality Carry out Routine Field Monitoring of Project interventions and take lead in the design of data collection tools to track Project progress Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience Bachelor’s Degree in Statistics, Quantitative Economics, Development Studies or Social work and Social Administration with a post graduate qualification in Monitoring and Evaluation is desirable. At least two years’ experience working with vulnerable communities and familiarity with WASH programming and implementation Excellent demonstrated M&E including situation analysis and problem definition, report writing skills and written communication skills in English Demonstrated ability to design/formulate monitoring tools How to apply: Please submit your application and complete Curriculum Vitae, to Website: https://ift.tt/2OzZ7gw Address your application to the People & Culture Specialist, Recruitment, World Vision Uganda Deadline for receiving applications is 5th April, 2019. (Qualified natives of West Nile region are particularly encouraged to apply)

Livelihood Officer – Omugo Settlement, Arua

Livelihood Officer – Omugo Settlement, Arua Position: Livelihood Officer – Omugo Settlement, Arua Report to: Project Manager Location: Omugo, Arua – West Nile Purpose of the position: The Livelihood Officer will be responsible for project implementation of field livelihood activities, mainly focusing upon farmer group capacity development in settlement and hosting communities. S/He will build the capacity of the farmer groups through trainings and field follow up. S/He will work closely with OPM, UNHCR and other actors in actively addressing farmer skills development, production, processing and marketing issues. The Livelihood Officer also works closely with leadership structures of both refugees and host communities (Sub county agricultural officers, Community development officer, LC, RWC, religious and traditional leaders) in regard to livelihoods. The Livelihood Officer will ensure that activities are approved, implemented, monitored and reported according to agreed project plans. The job holder will be a thought leader, driving continuous improvement in the project through their technical expertise, facilitation of learning and innovation. Major Responsibilities: Quality Resilience and Livelihood programme Implementation and sustainability Take lead in ensuring technical programming, quality assurance and implements field activities and/or facilitates in implementation of livelihood component Work with refugee and host community to select and train Community Extension Workers (CEW) Technical capacity building of CEWs to train selected groups on agronomy, nutrition, natural resource management and business skills through mentoring and coaching. Take lead in the selection of vulnerable households including PWD and youth from the settlement and host community to benefit from the project. Organize trainings with farmer groups on-farm and off-farm production and marketing of selected enterprises Ensures field monitoring and reporting of the livelihood component to Project Manager. Implements activities as described in the project proposal based on World Vision’s country policy Report on the project progress on weekly basis Any other role assigned by the line manager Community engagement and advocacy Take overall lead in the coordination of field livelihood level activities Develop farmer's capacity to improve production and productivity of selected enterprises of desired quality by the market through demonstrations to farmer's Coordinate partners in implementation of agreed action plans. Ensure integration of project with other ongoing Resilience and Livelihood activities including that of World Vision and governments. Stakeholders Engagement, Networking and Collaboration Engagement with key stakeholders for influence, learning and resource development Actively represent WVU in key inter-agency fora. Engage and build relationships with key partners and government counterparts. Work with the Project Manager to identify partners who will support the implementation of the project within the Area Program. Collaborate and guide advocacy campaigns for PWD and youths, as appropriate. Network and collaborate with District Local Government, OPM, UNHCR and other relevant stakeholders in the Program Area. Documentation, Reporting and knowledge management Writes and submits comprehensive monthly progress reports, and specific activity reports, and any other reports when necessary to his/her supervisor in a timely manner. Reporting - monthly and quarterly financial reporting, including realization of activities versus budget utilization; (Providing input to) narrative and financial programme reporting; Annual review of progress towards project objectives; Take lead in documentation and sharing of Impact/success stories and best practices to promote learning. Organize quarterly review meetings for partners and communities at the project sites to reflect on project approaches, tools, impact of interventions, best practices, exit and sustainability strategies as well as create spaces and opportunities for action-learning Child Protection and Wellbeing Monitor the wellbeing and child abuse cases and report any incidents in line with child protection policy and guidelines. Work with local leaders to protect children from child violations and abuses Sensitize children including most vulnerable, guardians/parents and other stakeholders about children’s rights and responsibilities. Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience Required skills and experience Degree in Agriculture or Economics or Agribusiness or Forestry or any other relevant discipline Minimum of 3years professional work experience in project management, Livelihoods and microfinance enterprise development Climate Smart Agriculture, Entrepreneurship, micro finance and strong agribusiness experience is an added advantage. Excellent spoken and written command of English. Knowledge of Arabic and Lugbara is an added advantage. Good communication, writing, facilitation and networking skills; Knowledge of West Nile, Uganda and sound understanding of Refugee context is an added advantage; Track record demonstrating high integrity, innovativeness, creativity, reliability and dependable Excellent computer application skills in Microsoft packages (Word, Excel and PowerPoint); Team player, Self-motivator, able to work with limited supervision; Ability to drive a motorcycle with valid driving/riding license Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience: Strong capacity in leadership, relationship management/networking, and coordination is essential. Proactive personality, self-driven and strongly motivated. Spiritual maturity, interfaith knowledge and a biblical worldview Ability to articulate and model our Christian identity and mission in an inclusive way. Demonstration of well-developed interpersonal skills, excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Proven conceptual & analytical skills, ability to take an evidence-based approach to programme design. Ensure a gender perspective in the scope of work. Passion for children. How to apply: Please submit your application and complete Curriculum Vitae, to Website: https://ift.tt/2OzZ7gw Address your application to the People & Culture Specialist, Recruitment, World Vision Uganda Deadline for receiving applications is 5th April, 2019. (Qualified natives of West Nile region are particularly encouraged to apply)

Hygiene Promoter – Omugo Settlement, Arua

Hygiene Promoter – Omugo Settlement, Arua Position: Hygiene Promoters – Omugo Settlement, Arua Report to: Hygiene and Sanitation Assistant Location: Omugo, Arua – West Nile Purpose of the position: Carry out hygiene promotion activities at house hold level interventions in emergency and rehabilitation phase in the West Nile Emergency Response according to standards and policies of WVU and other internationally recognized standards. Major Responsibilities: Conduct house to house visits, focus group discussions and mass hygiene campaigns to sensitize the community on good hygiene practices e.g. safe excreta disposal, safe water chain, management, safe solid and liquid waste disposal, hand washing campaigns. Monitor and promote proper usage of WASH facilities within the assigned blocks and report any anomalies. Conduct school visits to create awareness on proper usage WASH facilities in schools and report any anomalies. Participate in needs assessment, baseline surveys and any other study relevant to hygiene promotion and the overall WV work. Conduct registration of HH to receive any hygiene materials Mobilization of HHs to construct latrines and conduct distributions of any hygiene materials as per the project design To disseminate sanitation and hygiene promotion messages through PHAST and PHASE approaches To conduct community mobilization, awareness and sensitizations on WASH activities and public health related risks and disease outbreaks. Monitoring maintenance and usage of communal latrines. To record morbidity trends in their assigned blocks and do follow ups. Perform any other duties as assigned by the supervisor Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience Diploma in Environmental Health Sciences, Public Health, Water Supply & Sanitation or any other related field attained from a recognized higher institution of learning. Experience in implementing Health, and WASH related activities of not less than 1 year, preferably within an International NGO. Experience in facilitating CLTS, CHAST and PHAST sessions. Very strong facilitation skills, community mobilization skills and the ability to effectively communicate key issues to communities Ability to coordinate a range of diverse actors and activities to achieve a common objective in the area of Sanitation and Hygiene. Knowledge of PRA methods and willingness to live in the rural communities in the project areas. Good Computer skills and ability to write technical reports You must be able to ride a motor cycle with a clean riders’ license, class A Must be fluent in applicable local Languages and English. How to apply: Please submit your application and complete Curriculum Vitae, to Website: https://ift.tt/2OzZ7gw Address your application to the People & Culture Specialist, Recruitment, World Vision Uganda Deadline for receiving applications is 5th April, 2019. (Qualified natives of West Nile region are particularly encouraged to apply)

Hygiene and Sanitation Officer – Omugo Settlement, Arua

Hygiene and Sanitation Officer – Omugo Settlement, Arua Position: Hygiene and Sanitation Officer – Omugo Settlement, Arua Report to: Project Manager Location: Omugo, Arua – West Nile Purpose of the position: To provide day to day management of the WASH activities in Omugo Refugee Settlement for the purpose of contributing to Child wellbeing aspirations. Major Responsibilities: Support t implementation of the project WASH activities. Actively contribute to planning and guiding the implementation of WASH activity implementation and follow-up to ensure project is on track to achieve intended goals Spear head the development of BOQs and provide technical expertise during the drilling, rehabilitation and construction of WASH facilities in schools and the refugee settlement Manage the quality implementation of the WASH and Inclusion project. Lead the assessments of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) situation in the project areas Strengthen capacity and sustainable WASH management systems through an inclusion approach with PLWDs and other vulnerable populations (i.e. the elderly and children ages 12-18) Build the capacities of project staff, key project partner staff and community structures in participatory methodologies such as PHAST, CLTS etc to encourage their participation in project activities. Participate in community mobilizations, meetings and community trainings so as to ensure full participation of beneficiary communities in improving their hygiene and sanitation situations. Steer the development and distribution of all training materials/ guides to deliver training in schools - to the children, teachers and community members as an ongoing capacity building strategy Collaborate and Network with partners operating in the project area (e.g. WASH implementing partners, OPM’s office, UNHCR, private-sector, NGOs and CBOs). Provide progress and monthly reports to management. Develop, document and publish guidance manuals and implementation model on implementing WASH and Inclusion for replication Facilitate the promotion of good WASH practices and active engagement of Persons of Concern (POCs) in transforming their communities for WASH and Inclusion. Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience A Bachelor’s degree in Water/Public Health, Social Sciences, or WASH related field from a recognized institution (Postgraduate qualification in Project Management or related field will be an added advantage) At least 3 years of previous work experience in a development and emergency setting (preferably an international NGO) in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene program design, implementation Be highly knowledgeable about WASH sector policies and guidelines and key challenges affecting WASH implementation in Uganda. Experience in facilitating any of the WASH participatory like PHAST, CLTS, Sanitation Marketing, Behaviour Change Communication and other related innovative hygiene and sanitation approaches that are necessary for the promotion of hygiene and sanitation interventions. Experience in community mobilisation and empowerment interventions Good communication and analytical skills How to apply: Please submit your application and complete Curriculum Vitae, to Website: https://ift.tt/2OzZ7gw Address your application to the People & Culture Specialist, Recruitment, World Vision Uganda Deadline for receiving applications is 5th April, 2019. (Qualified natives of West Nile region are particularly encouraged to apply)

Project Manager – MOFA

Project Manager – MOFA Position: Project Manager – MOFA Report to: Area Coordinator – Arua Location: Omugo, Arua – West Nile Purpose of the position: To provide quality leadership to ensure sustainable water and sanitation infrastructures to support the refugees in the camps or settlement areas to access water and sanitation services according to the targets in WASH programs in West Nile Emergency Response. Major Responsibilities: Ensure all the technical (construction, drilling, geophysics and hydro) work is completed with the desired quality and according to schedule Support the development of technical drawings, BOQ’s and technical specifications of WASH infrastructure. Ensure all WASH facilities are constructed based on the specific standards as mentioned on designs, including selection of sites/locations for construction. Design and conduct the baseline assessments, KAP surveys, and follow-up assessments Design and implementation of an M&E strategy Ensure Internal Orders and Delivery Requests for all materials are made in a timely manner Establish maintenance plans with Officers for all major equipment and ensure required services are performed Review monthly stock reports to keep track of consumable material use Document all field activities and produce relevant reports. Contribute to the planning and management of the relevant project Set and stay updated on the project schedule and objectives Produce monthly and weekly activity and movement plans for each team in coordination with the Area coordinator and Logs team Produce weekly activity progress reports highlighting the work completed and challenges faced to the Area Coordinator Write quarterly, monthly reports summarizing the major achievements and challenges Review and make any necessary revisions to all technical reports (field surveys, monitoring and evaluation, post-construction borehole logs etc) Establish and update a WASH database and ensure that data from activities and assessments are filed in an organized and useful manner Prepare monthly cash projections of all project activities with support from senior finance officer Ensure all activities are in-line with projected budget Ensure regular monitoring and evaluation exercises for both staff and field activities to ensure a high quality of work Coordination and engagement of stakeholders: Facilitate coordination and ensure stakeholders engagement on a timely basis: Facilitate coordination and relations between teams and partners as well as local government officials Participate in the harmonization of a WASH strategy with both cross-sector teams, implementing partners and the District authorities Represent WV externally: Participate in the district level, Inter-Agency and zonal coordination meetings Send reporting input to the cluster coordination system Hold regular meetings with District, OPM, UNHCR, sub-county and local officials to provide updates on WV activities and encourage good cooperation Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience Bachelor’s Degree Required, Master’s Degree Preferred (Environmental Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, Civil Engineering, or a closely related field) Minimum of five year relevant experience of designing and supervising water supply and sanitation systems Working knowledge of EPANET2 is a MUST, AutoCAD/Archi CAD is an advantage Knowledge of MS Excel, MS Word and MS Power point required. Well-developed interpersonal and communication skills Good skills in conflict resolution/problem solving, teamwork, crisis management, training facilitation and coaching. Valid class B driving permit and wiliness to drive. How to apply: Please submit your application and complete Curriculum Vitae, to Website: https://ift.tt/2OzZ7gw Address your application to the People & Culture Specialist, Recruitment, World Vision Uganda Deadline for receiving applications is 5th April, 2019. (Qualified natives of West Nile region are particularly encouraged to apply)

Design Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor

Design Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor Position: Design Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor - Integrated Impact Measurement and Reporting Reports to: Programme Effectiveness and Quality Assurance Associate Director Location: World Vision Zambia National Office Purpose of Position Lead cross-organizational work to define Programme Effectiveness standards and monitor the performance of our technical programmes in line with Child wellbeing outcomes. Provide high quality advisory and capacity support to Technical Programme, Grant, Private Non-Sponsorship Funds (PNSF), Design, Monitoring and Evaluation and programmes staff to develop and deliver effective Monitoring & Evaluation systems and indicators that help Programmes to measure progress towards set targets and objectives. Communicate World Vision's Christian ethos and demonstrate a quality of spiritual life that is an example to others. Major Responsibilities Programme Design and Development Provide technical leadership to Area Programmes (APs) still implementing Evaluation Accountability and Planning (LEAP) 2.0, to ensure they have functional Monitoring & Evaluation systems that can inform programming. Provide technical leadership in Grants proposal writing Participate in the design, development and review of World Vision Zambia Limited National Office Strategy to ensure programme are aligned to it and World Vision international strategies. Lead the measurement of the World Vision Zambia (WVZ) National Office Strategy Work with Technical Programme Managers and Design, Monitoring and Evaluation Specialists to develop and contextualize the Design, Monitoring and Evaluation strategy for strengthened measurements of Child Well Being Targets and Outcomes Lead the development of the annual Child Well Being Report Lead the horizontal integration among Technical Programmes, Grants and VisionFund to enhance evidence measurement, monitoring, reporting and organizational learning. Work with the Technical Programmes staff and Design, Monitoring and Evaluation specialists to ensure Area Programmes are aligned to the country and National Office strategy. Capacity Building Develop a capacity building strategy for improving programme effectiveness, Design, Monitoring and Evaluation systems, child monitoring, and Sponsorship processes for to enhance delivery of technical programs and child wellbeing measurement and reporting Support Design, Monitoring and Evaluation specialists to conduct trainers of trainers for Area Programme Managers and Development Facilitators(DFs) for effective implementation of Technical Programmes (TP) across the National Office Provide ongoing Monitoring & Evaluation technical assistance to all Technical Programmes, Sub grantees, and other partners Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Conduct periodic Data Quality Assurance (DQA) for technical programmes to ensure production of high quality data by Area Programme (AP), partners and sub grantees. Produce consolidated quarterly, semi-annual/annual Child Well Being Performance Reports for all Technical Programmes for sharing with stakeholders and guide positive change in Child Well Being target Conduct baseline and evaluation processes of Technical Programmes and Grants to measure status, impact and scale with Design, Monitoring and Evaluation specialists. Lead the annual Lot Quality Assurance Sampling (LQAS) monitoring exercises Networking and Liaison Establish networks (within World Vision) and alliances with external partners (research institutions, Universities, other NGOs, etc) for the purpose of enhancing program quality. Research Learning and Innovation Coordinate the consolidation of lessons learnt and work with Technical Programmes and Grants to guide for learning events Support the development of Technical Programme Briefing Papers for innovations to draw lessons learned for sharing with relevant stakeholders Support strategic leadership in the implementation of Learning, Evaluation Accountability and Planning (LEAP) 3.0 and Horizon 3.0 to ensure reliability and utilization of information inputted into systems. Support programs to effectively use child well-being outcomes measurement tools in innovative ways that enable enhanced learning provide meaning to programming in their projects. People Management Support staff recruitment and orientation in order to attract and retain talent to deliver programmes interventions Build capacity of technical staff through coaching and mentoring to increase/enhance competency. Qualifications/Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience Degree in Demography, Project Management, Statistics, Economics, Agricultural Economics, Engineering, Mathematics and any other related field with minimum 7 years’ experience in relevant field Master’s Degree in Demography, Project Management, Statistics, Economics, Agricultural Economics, Engineering, Mathematics and any other related field is an added advantage with minimum 3 years’ experience in the relevant field Experience in Project Management or PMD pro in a complex, international organisation preferably NGO context Experience in USAID, DfID and/or similar donor grants and projects Knowledge and understanding of World Vision operations would be an added advantage, Must have experience in project design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, analytical, report writing, and publishing skills Must have excellent communications, interpersonal, decision making, conflict management, Ability to work in a cross-cultural environment, and must be a mature Christian. Computer literate in statistical packages including Microsoft applications and others such as Word, Excel, Power point, EPI Info, CS Pro, and SPSS Capacity to function well in a team and contribute effectively to team efforts. Other Attributes: Must be a committed Christian and inspire other, able to stand above denominational diversities and participate/lead in daily devotions and weekly Chapel services. Perform other duties as required.

Driver/Messenger X2

Driver/Messenger X2 Driver/Messenger X2  Position Ref: DM 002 Supervisor: Logistics Officer Department: Operations I-TECH, Pretoria with frequent travel to Provinces Fixed Term Contract (April – 30 September 2019) Organisational Background:  The International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH) is a United States of America federally-funded programme which supports the development of HIV/AIDS care and treatment training initiatives in 25 developing countries acutely impacted by the global AIDS epidemic. I-TECH is an initiative of the University of Washington Schools of Medicine and Public Health & Community Medicine. Its Central Office is headquartered in Seattle, Washington and it currently supports over ten international offices, including one in Pretoria, South Africa. I-TECH South Africa Goal: I-TECH South Africa’s goal is to support the South African government in strengthening national health systems to ensure delivery of high-quality, sustainable healthcare services. Commitment to Diversity: I-TECH recognises that disparities in health around the globe stem from inequity. I-TECH South Africa encourages and supports the multiple identities of staff, faculty and students including, but not limited to, socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, language, nationality, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, culture, spiritual practice, geography, mental and physical disability and age. I-TECH strives to become a local, national, and international leader in developing and maintaining increased representation and recognition of each of these dimensions of diversity among its faculty, staff and students. Brief Position Description: With support and guidance from the Logistics Officer, the Driver/Messenger fulfils a supportive role in meeting the overall transport and messenger needs in line with programme service delivery activities on the I-TECH South Africa programme. Compliance with relevant transport and driving rules and regulations of the South African government, and the I-TECH South Africa programme should be observed at all times in support of ensuring the safety and security of I-TECH staff, visitors, and passengers. Transport and Messenger Support Services - 80% Review transport/delivery requests on a continuous basis throughout the day, providing a safe and reliable transport service to I-TECH South Africa personnel. This includes: Transporting I-TECH South Africa staff to enable them to perform their official duties within the assigned region and elsewhere as requested Delivering official documents to government offices and businesses as required Providing a shuttle service for I-TECH South Africa staff and business guests to and from the airport as needed Ensuring all required deliveries and collections are made on behalf of I-TECH in a timely manner as possible. Repairs and Maintenance – 10% Help ensure that all I-TECH South Africa vehicles are in a clean state and good running condition on an ongoing basis Liaise with the Logistics Officer to ensure that all repairs and maintenance checks and services are conducted timeously by the designated service providers and registered vehicle agents Ensure vehicles are suitably prepared and equipped for long distance trips to include visits to rural areas which may require travelling on gravel roads (eg spare tyres, tyre changing tools, etc) and drive as necessary. Participate in trip planning as required Policy and Procedures – 5% Maintain and update accurate logbook to monitor and reflect all trips completed Ensure prior written consent is obtained for long distance trips in the form of a (TRF) travel request form Keep an accurate record of monthly fuel consumption and assist the Finance Department with relevant reconciliations Ensure that all passengers fasten seat belts, and that appropriate attention is paid to passenger safety throughout all trips conducted Abide by local traffic laws at all times (speed limits, etc). Other – 5% Other tasks as assigned by direct supervisor. Requirements Matric or equivalent Valid South African Code 08 driver’s licenve with PDP, with no endorsements 5 years’ driving experience, 3 of which must be directly work-related experience Language proficiency: Fluency in spoken and written English, together with spoken ability in at least one other South African language Previous demonstrated experience of automotive maintenance and vehicle operations is essential Proven demonstration of high level of integrity Good interpersonal skills Ability to thrive in a high-pace atmosphere and perform as a team player Ability to respond effectively to urgent requests, and to prioritize workload as per various requests South African nationality. Preferences Willingness to learn and to contribute to meeting project objectives Positive attitude Motivated Familiarity with South African geography Additional South African spoken languages. Conditions of Employment: This position is based in Pretoria, South Africa. Candidate must be available and willing to travel within South Africa up to 80% of the time. Complex deliverables on short timelines may require work in excess of allocable time. Application process: Applicants are required to quote the relevant position title and reference mentioned above when submitting their applications via e-mail to recruitment@itech-southafrica.org Shortlisting will start on 5 April 2019. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Preference will be given to South African applicants

Office Administrator

Office Administrator The Sustainability Institute SI is a nonprofit, public benefit organisation striving to improve the lives of marginalised children and youth in the surrounding areas; transform education from the level of ECD all the way through to post graduate level; engage in research, teaching and enabling of a more socially just, sustainable generative way for humanity to interact with the natural world. Sustainability Institute seeks to appoint an Office Administrator to be based in Stellenbosch. Responsibilities: General administrative assistance across all adult learning programmes as requested, including the following: Student related administration, including contracts, file management and analysis of student related data Handle short course enquiries and administrative details in preparation for short courses Prepare contracts for consultants, ensuring consultants adhere to systems and processes, filling in Payment Request Forms for consulting projects, assisting with any other admin pertaining to consulting projects Assist with organising speaker events and student workshops Manage the alumni platform and collating alumni data Coordinate student related activities and events Handle of all hospitality bookings for events, tours, workshops and courses Handle of correspondence, quotations and invoicing of all bookings Manage the venues booking matrix Follow up on payment for hospitality bookings Ensure bookings are properly communicated and executed by the hospitality team Requirements: A post-grade 12 qualification and five years of accounting/administrative experience Bookkeeping and Excel abilities essential as well as some knowledge of Pastel Accounting (in particular, quotes, invoicing and debtors) Ability to deal with email correspondence promptly and to communicate professionally both verbally and in writing Experience in working with Google Drive and Google Sheets Good planning and organisational skills Ability to work independently and within a team Interpersonal skills that contribute to a people-centred working environment It would be beneficial if the candidate has a good understanding of sustainability, is values aligned and also has keen interest in education in general To apply, submit your CV with a covering letter to Litha Magida at litha@sustainabilityinstitute.net Only shortlisted people will be contacted.

Media and Communications Officer

Media and Communications Officer The Social Justice Coalition (SJC) is a democratic, mass-based social movement that campaigns for the advancement of the constitutional rights to life, dignity, equality, freedom and safety for all people, but especially those living in informal settlements across South Africa. SJC seeks to employ a Media and Communications Officer, to be based in Cape Town. Start date: Immediately This is a full-time position. The Media and Communications Officer will develop and implement the SJC’s strategies for communications, content development, and the media. Responsibilities: Assist with drafting and production of content for outward communications, including press statements, multimedia, newsletters, and other publications Develop and implement targeted communications strategies for the SJC as a whole Manage day to day digital communications, in particular social media Ensure digital platforms such as the website are maintained and kept up to date Maintain the SJC’s database of press, support and partner lists, and develop new systems where required to maximize these lists Ensure effective communication with SJC constituencies and related stakeholders including those within the database Engage with the media and maintain press contacts on an ongoing basis Track media coverage of issues related to the SJC’s work and assist with the dissemination of selected coverage within the SJC and its branches Requirements: Tertiary qualification Communication and interpersonal skills Research, writing, and speaking skills Knowledge of, and ability to use, multiple communications platforms including social media, websites (experience with WordPress advantageous), and databases Experience with Adobe Photoshop, Premiere Pro, InDesign and Illustrator advantageous Creative abilities to produce, or facilitate the production of, multimedia and graphics advantageous Photography, design or videography experience advantageous Initiative and ability to think creatively Analytical skills and ability to rapidly pull together complex information Ability to work under pressure, perform multiple tasks, and meet deadlines Ability to work both independently and as part of a team IT proficiency; Adaptable and flexible during pressurised times Experience working with community organisations preferable A commitment to social justice To apply, submit a CV and a maximum of one-page cover letter to hr@sjc.org.za 

Social Worker

Social Worker The Parent Centre is a registered nonprofit organisation which has been operating successfully in the challenging South African context for the past 30 years. It provides a range of primary preventive services for parents and caregivers seeking the support and help they need before problems in their parent/caregiver-child relationship or child’s behaviour becomes entrenched. The Parent Centre seeks to appoint a Social Worker, based in Cape Town. Responsibilities: Facilitation of parenting training, workshops and talks Individual Counselling of parents and caregivers Facilitation of Parent Support Groups Requirements: Registered with the South African Council for Social Services Professions (SACSSP) Minimum of five years’ working experience in the social work field which should include experience in counselling, training and support group facilitation Five years’ social work experience and must be fluent in Xhosa and English Parenting experience will be an advantage Experience of working in Xhosa speaking communities in Cape Town Computer literacy (Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint) A valid driver’s license Knowledge of The Children’s Act will be advantageous Interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills Maturity and sensitivity to cultural and individual differences A professional demeanour Ability to exercise sound judgment and discretion will secure this position To apply, submit CV to  paces@theparentcentre.org.za or fax to 021 762 5160 Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Child and Youth Care Worker

Child and Youth Care Worker Established in 1958, Girls and Boys Town (GBT) is a national nonprofit organisation that runs proven and successful programmes to strengthen vulnerable youth. Through a combination of interventions, we on average, assist between 16 000 to 20 000 beneficiaries a year. GBT core focus is to remove the obstacles and barriers that prevent children from finding their light and helping them to Shine. Girls and Boys Town seeks to appoint a Child and Youth Care Worker to be based in Western Cape. Salary: The remuneration package includes substantial benefits Requirements: Grade 12/ Matric and a Child and Youth Care qualification Minimum of two years’ experience working with adolescent youth, in a similar residential environment Available to respond to youth needs on a 24hours availability basis Live-in on campus A valid code 10 driver’s and PDP license practised driver Bilingual (additional traditional language advantageous) Oral and written communication skills Being adaptable and flexible Registration with SACSSP Child Protection Register clearance To apply, kindly submit your CV to rpetersen@gbtown.org.za

Learner Support Educator

Learner Support Educator Established in 1958, Girls and Boys Town (GBT) is a national nonprofit organisation that runs proven and successful programmes to strengthen vulnerable youth. Through a combination of interventions, we on average, assist between 16 000 to 20 000 beneficiaries a year. GBT core focus is to remove the obstacles and barriers that prevent children from finding their light and helping them to Shine. Girls and Boys Town seeks to appoint a  Learner Support Educator, to be based at the Macassar Campus, Western Cape. This full time position. This position carries a Market Related Salary. Responsibilities: Coordinate all educational activities and programmes on campus Assess, identify and where necessary remediate project youths’ educational needs Manage and implement the GBT Specialised-Classroom Management Conduct regional educational assessments of Learners Advocate for Youth’s placement in schools and other institutions Manage the day-to-day running of the Learning Support Centre within the annual budget Engage with the Education Department with regard to school placements and admissions Facilitate the smooth implementation of GBT computer-driven programmes Manage and supervise staff including Leaner Support Aide and Tutors Work within the GBT Policy and Procedure framework Work within the context of a multi-disciplinary team Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with youth, colleagues and external consumers Requirements: A Degree or Diploma in Education Must be registered with SACE Preference will be given to candidates with a Qualification in Special/Remedial Education Knowledge of Educational Resources Minimum of five years teaching experience (two years in special/remedial education) Maths and Science as major subject advantageous Valid driver’s licence and own reliable transport Computer literate, Microsoft Office Be prepared to work flexi-hours Must be fluent in Afrikaans and English, knowledge of other vernacular languages will be an added advantage A South African Citizen Must be prepared to work flexi-hours Understanding CAPS Curriculum To apply, submit a CV rpetersen@gbtown.org.za indicate the position you are applying for Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Girls and Boys Town South Africa complies with the Employment Equity Act No.55A of 1988.

Deputy Programme Manager

Deputy Programme Manager Anova Health Institute is a leading not for profit organisation in South Africa and a major partner in capacity building and the provision of technical support to the South African Department of Health (DoH). Anova seeks to appoint a Deputy Programme Manager to be based in Johannesburg. The Deputy Programme Manager will assist the Programme Manager with the management and implementation of Anova’s 90-90-90 strategy including the implementation of work plan activities in line with 90-90-90 targets and support the Johannesburg Health District with 90-90-90 District Implementation Plan (DIP) process and monthly quarterly monitoring of performance. Requirements: MBchB degree, Diploma in HIV Management Master’s degree in Public Health/Equivalent an advantage Minimum of five years post community service clinical experience Minimum of four years’ experience working with HIV/TB patients Knowledge of latest HIV/TB/PMTCT guidelines Knowledge of 90-90-90 strategy and other Health related policies Communication and interpersonal skills Ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team Report writing skills Proficiency in Microsoft Office To apply, submit your CV and application letter to Thabo Mokhothu recruitment@anovahealth.co.za

Marketing Coordinator

Marketing Coordinator Afrika Tikkun is an international nonprofit organisation that provides education, health and social services to children, youth and their families through centres of excellence in South African Townships. Its aim is to empower communities to develop new generations of productive citizens. Afrika Tikkun seeks to appoint a Marketing Coordinator, to be based in Diepsloot, Johannesburg. Report to: General Manager This is a fixed term contract. Responsibilities: Maintain and promote Afrika Tikkun’s reputation with the community through innovative communication campaigns Ensure recruitment of beneficiaries is at capacity and that beneficiaries’ attendance is maintained using strategies uniquely appropriate to the target market Content development for Public Relations on Centre events, success stories and breaking news Assist Centre General Manager with Report Writing Media Liaison Administration Provide support and assistance to Fundraising and Marketing department Provide support to the General Manager on all delegated Marketing functions Develop, engage and maintain strong relationships/partnerships with local media houses and schools Requirements: A diploma or degree in PR, Communications, or the Arts Two to three years’ working experience in your field Drivers licence with your own vehicle Computer Literacy Working knowledge in event management and fundraising (advantageous) Communication skills (verbal, written and interpersonal) Organisational skills, an ability to handle various tasks and provide support to the Marketing team Proposal and report writing skills Ability to write, photograph, video record even at an amateur level Ability to work well in a team showing patience, enthusiasm, intelligence, respect, and love for Afrika Tikkun, its beneficiaries and its community A self-starter and highly motivated to get things done on your own Ability to perform administrative tasks with attention to detail, timeliness and accuracy Ability to network and communicate with media and other stakeholders To apply, submit your CV to Ester Thage at estert@afrikatikkun.org or alternatively fax application details to 086 668 0542.

Registered Nurse

Registered Nurse Kungwini Welfare Organisation (KWO) is a registered nonprofit organisation for adults with disabilities and is situated in the East of Pretoria. The organisation manages the Paul Jung nickel Home, the Kungwini Children's Home, the Kungwini Early Learning Centres as well as Community Development Projects and Social Work. Kungwini Welfare Organisation seeks to appoint a Registered Nurse to be based in Pretoria. This is a part-time, night shift position Responsibilities: All general nursing duties Supervise and control the care of the patients Manage and administration of medication Arrange doctors or clinic appointments Deal with patients’ family Record keeping Requirements: Registered at the SANC Experience in Geriatrics and with Disabled patients Afrikaans speaking Good health both physical and Psychological To apply, submit a detailed CV with contact number and email address to recruitment@kwo.org.za Only successful candidates will be contacted. Registered Nurse Night Shift Hours: Tuesday till Monday. Every second week 18:00pm to 07:00am

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