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Coordinateur Logistique – Guinée / Urgences Ebola – H/F

Sun, 07 Mar 2021 00:20:14 +0000

Country: Guinea
Organization: ALIMA
Closing date: 19 Mar 2021

PRÉSENTATION ALIMA

ALIMA, l’ONG médicale internationale à visage humain, qui met au cœur de son modèle, la co-construction des projets et des parcours professionnels

L’ESPRIT ALIMA : La raison d’être d’ALIMA est de sauver des vies et de soigner les populations les plus vulnérables, sans aucune discrimination identitaire, religieuse ou politique, à travers des actions basées sur la proximité, l’innovation et l’alliance d’organisations et d’individus. Nous agissons avec humanisme, impartialité et dans le respect de l’éthique médicale universelle. Pour accéder aux patients et aux patientes, nous nous engageons à intervenir de façon neutre et indépendante.

LES VALEURS et PRINCIPES de notre action, inscrits au sein de notre CHARTE :

  1. Le patient et la patiente d’abord

  2. Révolutionner la médecine humanitaire

  3. Responsabilité et liberté

  4. Améliorer la qualité de nos actions

  5. Faire confiance

  6. L’intelligence collective

  7. La responsabilité environnementale

ALIMA promeut et défend les principes des droits humains fondamentaux. ALIMA a une approche de tolérance zéro envers les personnes coupables d’actes de violences sexistes et sexuelles ainsi qu’envers l’inaction face à des faits de violence supposés ou avérés. La protection des personnes bénéficiant et impactées par notre intervention est notre priorité absolue dans tout ce que nous faisons. Toute personne collaborant avec ALIMA s’engage à :

● respecter la charte, le code de conduite, les politiques institutionnelles incluant la politique de protection contre les abus de pouvoir et les violences sexistes et sexuelles, la politique de prévention de la corruption et de la fraude ;

● signaler toute violation aux politiques, documents cadre et procédure à une supérieure, un supérieur, une référente, un référent ou à l’adresse alert@alima.ngo

SOIGNER - INNOVER – ENSEMBLE :

Depuis sa création en 2009, ALIMA a soigné plus de 6 millions de patients et patientes, et déploie aujourd’hui ses opérations dans 12 pays d’Afrique. En 2019, nous avons développé 41 projets de réponse médicale humanitaire pour répondre aux besoins de populations touchées par les conflits, les épidémies et l’extrême pauvreté. L’ensemble de ces projets se font en appui aux autorités sanitaires nationales à travers 330 structures de santé (dont 28 hôpitaux et 300 centres de santé).

Nous travaillons en partenariat, notamment avec des ONGs locales, dès que cela est possible afin de nous assurer que nos patients et patientes bénéficient de l’expertise là où elle se trouve, que ce soit au niveau de leur pays ou du reste du monde. Par ailleurs, pour améliorer la réponse humanitaire, nous menons des projets de recherches opérationnelles et cliniques notamment dans le domaine de la lutte contre la malnutrition et les fièvres virales hémorragiques. ALIMA mène également des opérations en réponse à la pandémie covid-19 dans l’ensemble de nos missions.

L'ÉQUIPE ALIMA : Plus de 2000 personnes œuvrent actuellement pour ALIMA. Les équipes terrain, au plus proche des patients, reçoivent leur support des équipes de coordination généralement basées en capitale des pays d’intervention. Celles-ci reçoivent le support des 4 équipes desk et de l’équipe du service urgences et ouvertures basées au siège opérationnel de Dakar, Sénégal. Les équipes de Paris et New-York travaillent activement à la collecte de fonds ainsi qu’à la représentation d’ALIMA. Le reste de la Galaxie ALIMA comprend des individus et des équipes partenaires qui travaillent pour le compte d’autres organisations telles que les ONGs médicales BEFEN, ALERTE Santé, SOS Médecins / KEOOGO, AMCP, les organismes de recherche PACCI, INSERM, les Universités de Bordeaux ou de Copenhague, l’ONG Solidarités International et bien d’autres.

NOS THÉMATIQUES PROJET : Malnutrition, Santé sexuelle et reproductive incluant les violences basées sur le genre, Santé Primaire et secondaire, Pédiatrie, Paludisme, Épidémies (Fièvres hémorragiques, méningite, Choléra, Rougeole, Dengue, Covid-19).

NOS PAYS D’INTERVENTIONS : Mali, Burkina Faso, République Centrafricaine, Nigeria, Niger, Tchad, République Démocratique du Congo, Cameroun, Guinée, Soudan du Sud, Mauritanie et Sénégal.

ALIMA en Guinée

CONTEXTE :

Le 14 février 2021, la Guinée a déclaré une nouvelle épidémie d'Ebola suite à la confirmation de trois cas de la maladie à virus Ebola (MVE) dans le sud-est du pays.

Face à cette situation et vue l’évolution de l’épidémie, ALIMA a lancé le 17 février une mission exploratoire dans la zone et a lancé une action en soutien aux autorités sanitaires afin de contribuer à limiter la propagation de l’épidémie et contribuer à réduire la mortalité associée à Ebola à travers les volets suivants :

  • Délivrer des soins standards optimisés aux patients suspects et confirmés Ebola

  • Réduire les délais d'admissions en décentralisant les capacités de prise en charge

  • Mettre à disposition les médicaments thérapeutiques spécifiques à la MVE pour le traitement de la maladie et proposer la prophylaxie si valider par l’ANSS

  • Soutenir les capacités de testing pour qu'elles soient au plus proche des patients

  • Soutenir la mise en place d’un plan de riposte global adapté

TYPOLOGIE DU POSTE

Lieu de mission : : Nzérékoré, Guinée

LIENS FONCTIONNELS ET HIERARCHIQUES

Responsable (hiérarchique):

Coordinateur urgence

Responsable (fonctionnel):

Référent technique pour le desk Urgence au siège

Domaine professionnel:

Logistique et Approvisionnement

Supervise (Fonction):

Responsables log projets, Supply Manager, log base Goma, IT manager

PROTECTION DES BÉNÉFICIAIRES ET DES MEMBRES DE LA COMMUNAUTÉ

Niveau 3 : Dans le cadre de ses fonctions, le ou la titulaire du poste sera amené·e à visiter les programmes et être en contact avec des enfants ou/et des adultes vulnérables. Par conséquent, la vérification du casier judiciaire ou la présentation d'un certificat de bonne vie et mœurs sera nécessaire. Dans les situations où l’impossibilité de fournir un casier judiciaire ou un certificat de bonne vie et mœurs est constatée, une déclaration sur l’honneur sera demandée.

MISSIONS ET ACTIVITES PRINCIPALES

Définir et mettre en œuvre des stratégies d’approvisionnement et de logistique techniques et à l’appui sur le terrain. Assurer la pertinence et la cohérence des programmes de logistique et approvisionnement, l’adéquation des moyens fournis et le respect des normes, des protocoles, et procédures ALIMA afin de faciliter l’établissement de la mission dans des conditions de travail parfaites et d’optimiser l’influence des projets médicaux ;

● Participer activement à la définition et à la mise à jour de la planification des projets et des budgets et au plan de prévision des situations d’urgence, en définissant les stratégies et en conseillant la coordination dans la traduction des besoins techniques et en logistique identifiés en objectifs, priorités et ressources nécessaires pour la mission.

● Responsable du suivi de la mise en œuvre des activités techniques et de logistique de la mission (construction et remise en état, stock et approvisionnement des matériels médicaux et non médicaux, transport, communications, eau et assainissement, véhicules et engins, équipements /installations et infrastructures, etc.) dans le respect des normes protocoles et procédures ALIMA. Faire rapport au coordinateur urgence sur l’évolution des programmes en cours, en proposant les stratégies de réorientation le cas échéant.

● Responsable de la bonne mise en œuvre des politiques RH et des processus connexes (recrutement, formation, briefing/débriefing, évaluation de performance, détection de potentiel, perfectionnement professionnel du personnel et communication interne) afin de s’assurer de disposer à la fois du nombre de personnes et de la somme des connaissances nécessaires pour les activités dont il est responsable.

● Assurer la référence technique pour toutes les questions de support logistique et technique dans la mission et offrir un encadrement au personnel logistique. Représenter ALIMA dans les réunions avec les autorités et d’autres ONG sur des questions relatives à la logistique ou de nature technique.

● Assurer l’installation et l’entretien d’espace(s) de bureaux fonctionnel(s) et d’installations d’hébergement dans des conditions de travail et de vie adéquates et tout l’équipement nécessaire.

●Assurer la bonne utilisation et la maintenance de l’informatique (ordinateurs, logiciels, sauvegarde, etc.) et des matériels de communication.

● Assurer les moyens de communications de la mission (y compris les numéros et les fréquences) afin de permettre des communications permanentes entre la capitale, les projets, les bases et le siège. S’assurer que tout le personnel de la mission a reçu une formation adéquate sur l’utilisation des équipements de communications disponibles à la mission (téléphones satellite, radios VHF, ordinateurs, etc.)

● Définir et assurer le suivi des aspects techniques de la politique de réduction des risques, du transport, des communications, de la protection, identifier et préparer les aspects techniques de la politique et des directives de sécurité de la mission, du plan d’évacuation et du plan de mesures d’urgence. Effectuer le suivi au quotidien de l’application des règles de sécurité au jour le jour et signaler tout problème au Coordinateur urgence. À cet effet, le coordinateur logistique devra créer un cadre approprié pour faciliter les échanges d’informations sur les questions de sécurité et sera chargé de la sécurité en l’absence du coordinateur urgence.

Mise en œuvre des mesures de prévention contre les abus de pouvoir, les violences sexistes et sexuelles :

· Participe aux formations et séances de sensibilisation

· Applique les standards relatifs à la prévention des abus

· Assure que les membres de son équipe suivent les formations et les séances de sensibilisation et appliquent les standards relatifs à la prévention des abus

· Contribue à créer et maintenir un environnement épanouissant et protecteur**.**

Responsabilité environnementale au sein du département logistique et de la mission

· Met en œuvre les moyens pertinents

· Energie - huile de moteur - cartouches d’imprimantes

Cette description de tâches n’est pas exhaustive et peut être modifiée en fonction de l’évolution de la mission.

EXPERIENCES ET COMPETENCES

Expériences / Formation du candidat

● Expérience en termes de management d’équipe, gestion de projet, mise en place de stratégies d’intervention et gestion de la sécurité

● Connaissances dans un domaine technique humanitaire

● Compréhension des principales tâches administratives et financières

● Connaissance des procédures bailleurs UE, UN, etc.

● Compétences rédactionnelles indispensables

● Capacité à entretenir des réseaux et mener un lobbying proactif

Qualités du candidat

● Diplomatie et capacité à la négociation

● Sang-froid, patience et maturité professionnelle

● Capacités d’analyse et de synthèse

● Capacité d’organisation, d’adaptation et d’animation d’équipe

Langues

● Maîtrise du Français (oral et écrit) indispensable

CONDITIONS

Durée du contrat : 6 semaines, renouvelable

Salaire : selon expérience + perdiem.

ALIMA prend en charge :

- Les frais de déplacements entre le pays d’origine de l’expatrié (nationalité différente du pays de mission) et le lieu de mission

- Les frais d’hébergement

- La couverture médicale du premier jour de contrat à un mois après la date de départ du pays de mission pour l’employé(e) et ses ayants droit et une couverture (invalidité, décès et rapatriement.) pour l’employé. e uniquement.

How to apply:

DOCUMENTS A ENVOYER

Pour postuler, merci de nous faire parvenir votre CV et lettre de motivation avant le 19/03/2021 via le lien suivant:

https://candidatures.alima.ong/jobs/detail/358...

Les candidatures sont traitées suivant l’ordre d’arrivée. ALIMA se réserve le droit de fermer l’offre avant le terme initialement indiqué si une candidature est retenue. Seules les candidatures complètes (CV en format PDF + Lettre de Motivation) seront étudiées.

Les candidatures féminines sont fortement encouragées.

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Administrateur Terrain – Guinée / Urgences Ebola – H/F

Sun, 07 Mar 2021 00:11:19 +0000

Country: Guinea
Organization: ALIMA
Closing date: 19 Mar 2021
PRÉSENTATION ALIMA

ALIMA, l’ONG médicale internationale à visage humain, qui met au cœur de son modèle, la co-construction des projets et des parcours professionnels

L’ESPRIT ALIMA : La raison d’être d’ALIMA est de sauver des vies et de soigner les populations les plus vulnérables, sans aucune discrimination identitaire, religieuse ou politique, à travers des actions basées sur la proximité, l’innovation et l’alliance d’organisations et d’individus. Nous agissons avec humanisme, impartialité et dans le respect de l’éthique médicale universelle. Pour accéder aux patients et aux patientes, nous nous engageons à intervenir de façon neutre et indépendante.*

LES VALEURS et PRINCIPES de notre action, inscrits au sein de notre CHARTE :

  1. Le patient et la patiente d’abord

  2. Révolutionner la médecine humanitaire

  3. Responsabilité et liberté

  4. Améliorer la qualité de nos actions

  5. Faire confiance

  6. L’intelligence collective

  7. La responsabilité environnementale

ALIMA promeut et défend les principes des droits humains fondamentaux. ALIMA a une approche de tolérance zéro envers les personnes coupables d’actes de violences sexistes et sexuelles ainsi qu’envers l’inaction face à des faits de violence supposés ou avérés. La protection des personnes bénéficiant et impactées par notre intervention est notre priorité absolue dans tout ce que nous faisons. Toute personne collaborant avec ALIMA s’engage à :

● respecter la charte, le code de conduite, les politiques institutionnelles incluant la politique de protection contre les abus de pouvoir et les violences sexistes et sexuelles, la politique de prévention de la corruption et de la fraude ;

● signaler toute violation aux politiques, documents cadre et procédure à une supérieure, un supérieur, une référente, un référent ou à l’adresse alert@alima.ngo

SOIGNER - INNOVER – ENSEMBLE :

Depuis sa création en 2009, ALIMA a soigné plus de 6 millions de patients et patientes, et déploie aujourd’hui ses opérations dans 12 pays d’Afrique. En 2019, nous avons développé 41 projets de réponse médicale humanitaire pour répondre aux besoins de populations touchées par les conflits, les épidémies et l’extrême pauvreté. L’ensemble de ces projets se font en appui aux autorités sanitaires nationales à travers 330 structures de santé (dont 28 hôpitaux et 300 centres de santé).

Nous travaillons en partenariat, notamment avec des ONGs locales, dès que cela est possible afin de nous assurer que nos patients et patientes bénéficient de l’expertise là où elle se trouve, que ce soit au niveau de leur pays ou du reste du monde. Par ailleurs, pour améliorer la réponse humanitaire, nous menons des projets de recherches opérationnelles et cliniques notamment dans le domaine de la lutte contre la malnutrition et les fièvres virales hémorragiques. ALIMA mène également des opérations en réponse à la pandémie covid-19 dans l’ensemble de nos missions.

L'ÉQUIPE ALIMA : Plus de 2000 personnes œuvrent actuellement pour ALIMA. Les équipes terrain, au plus proche des patients, reçoivent leur support des équipes de coordination généralement basées en capitale des pays d’intervention. Celles-ci reçoivent le support des 4 équipes desk et de l’équipe du service urgences et ouvertures basées au siège opérationnel de Dakar, Sénégal. Les équipes de Paris et New-York travaillent activement à la collecte de fonds ainsi qu’à la représentation d’ALIMA. Le reste de la Galaxie ALIMA comprend des individus et des équipes partenaires qui travaillent pour le compte d’autres organisations telles que les ONGs médicales BEFEN, ALERTE Santé, SOS Médecins / KEOOGO, AMCP, les organismes de recherche PACCI, INSERM, les Universités de Bordeaux ou de Copenhague, l’ONG Solidarités International et bien d’autres.

NOS THÉMATIQUES PROJET :Malnutrition, Santé sexuelle et reproductive incluant les violences basées sur le genre, Santé Primaire et secondaire, Pédiatrie, Paludisme, Épidémies (Fièvres hémorragiques, méningite, Choléra, Rougeole, Dengue, Covid-19).

NOS PAYS D’INTERVENTIONS :Mali, Burkina Faso, République Centrafricaine, Nigeria, Niger, Tchad, République Démocratique du Congo, Cameroun, Guinée, Soudan du Sud, Mauritanie et Sénégal.

ALIMA en Guinée

CONTEXTE :

Le 14 février 2021, la Guinée a déclaré une nouvelle épidémie d'Ebola suite à la confirmation de trois cas de la maladie à virus Ebola (MVE) dans le sud-est du pays.

Face à cette situation et vue l’évolution de l’épidémie, ALIMA a lancé le 17 février une mission exploratoire dans la zone et a lancé une action en soutien aux autorités sanitaires afin de contribuer à limiter la propagation de l’épidémie et contribuer à réduire la mortalité associée à Ebola à travers les volets suivants :

  • Délivrer des soins standards optimisés aux patients suspects et confirmés Ebola

  • Réduire les délais d'admissions en décentralisant les capacités de prise en charge

  • Mettre à disposition les médicaments thérapeutiques spécifiques à la MVE pour le traitement de la maladie et proposer la prophylaxie si valider par l’ANSS

  • Soutenir les capacités de testing pour qu'elles soient au plus proche des patients

  • Soutenir la mise en place d’un plan de riposte global adapté

TYPOLOGIE DU POSTE

Lieu de mission : : Nzérékoré, Guinée

L’administrateur terrain a pour objectif général de mettre en place les éléments de gestion des ressources utilisées.

Il est responsable de gérer l’administration du personnel (contrats, dossiers du personnel, présence, paie), de contrôler l’adéquation des engagements de dépenses avec les procédures de l’association, de suivre les moyens financiers engagés sur le projet (suivi des dépenses, comptabilité, suivis et révisés budgétaire, suivi des tableaux d’allocation par bailleurs de fonds) ainsi que de mettre en place les outils de gestion financière et RH.

LIENS FONCTIONNELS ET HIERARCHIQUES

Il rend compte au Coordinateur de Terrain (responsable hiérarchique), et à l’équipe administrative de capitale (responsables techniques).

Il encadre un assistant administrateur de terrain.

PROTECTION DES BÉNÉFICIAIRES ET DES MEMBRES DE LA COMMUNAUTÉ

Niveau 2 : Le ou la titulaire du poste occupera un poste "réglementé" (comptable, avocat, juriste, cadre juridique, etc.) ; Par conséquent, la vérification du casier judiciaire sera nécessaire.

MISSIONS ET ACTIVITES PRINCIPALES

Dans ses différents domaines d’intervention le ou la RAP devra s’assurer :

● du respect des règles et procédures ALIMA décidées pour le pays

● de la bonne organisation fonctionnelle des ressources sur ses terrains

● du suivi de l’utilisation des moyens (dépenses et engagements)

● de l’adéquation en nombre, compétences et affectations des RH administratives

● d’appuyer, encadrer son équipe

  1. Comptabilité

Objectif : Le Responsable Administration Projet est le garant de l’application des règles de sécurité des fonds, du respect des procédures et de la lisibilité des dépenses sur sa base.

● Mise en œuvre des procédures : sécurité de l’argent (gestion des caisses, des transferts, des avances), engagement des dépenses (procédures d’achats, validation et organisation des paiements, suivi des paiements réguliers).

● Suivi des affectations comptables (codes comptables, projets, codes bailleurs).

● Gestion des caisses et banques de son projet

● Enregistrement comptable (en propre ou délégué à un assistant), classement des pièces comptables, réalisation de la clôture terrain mensuelle, et envoi mensuel des pièces comptables en coordination.

Réception des comptabilités corrigées par la capitale, analyse des écarts, actions correctives.

  1. Gestion de la trésorerie

Objectif : Assurer en permanence un niveau de trésorerie nécessaire au déroulement du projet

● Suivi des soldes bancaires, caisses et coffre sur le projet

● Connaissance du circuit d’approvisionnement, analyse des risques financiers

● Anticipation des dépenses et demande de trésorerie mensuelle.

● Proposition des soldes minimum nécessaires sur chaque caisse et banque du projet.

● Assurer les mesures de sécurité des mouvements de fonds et ajuster si nécessaire en fonction du contexte.

  1. Gestion générale des moyens

Objectif : Mettre en place les éléments nécessaires au suivi de l’utilisation des ressources matérielles.

● Gestion administrative des structures et véhicules (choix, organisation, contrats, intendance, assurance…).

● Participation à l’élaboration du cadre d’approvisionnement pour son terrain.

● Récolte et analyse des informations de gestion non budgétaires (activités, consommations, donations, etc.).

● En lien avec les responsables d’activités, création et analyse d’indicateurs de gestion des ressources afin de garantir l’utilisation des fonds conformément aux contrats de financement et aux mesures correctives proposées.

● Tient à jour l’archivage administratif du projet.

  1. Gestion budgétaire

● Récolte de toutes les informations nécessaires concernant les activités et les ressources

● Participation, sous la responsabilité du Coordinateur ou de la Coordinatrice Finances et RH et du Coordinateur ou de la Coordinatrice Terrain, à la mise en forme et la traduction budgétaire des éléments de gestion de ressources

● Analyse, en lien avec le Coordinateur ou la Coordinatrice Terrain, des suivis budgétaires mensuels généraux et spécifiques (axes analytiques), alertes éventuelles, propositions d’actions correctives, et reporting auprès du Coordinateur Finances et RH.

● Elaborer le prévisionnel de son projet par contrat de financement et suivre, Alerter le Coordinateur ou la Coordinatrice en cas de Gap

  1. Gestion administrative du personnel

c. Paie et cotisations sociales

● Est responsable de la paie mensuelle des salariés de son ou ses projets

● Est responsable de la mise à jour des dossiers du personnel et de leur archivage électronique

● Veille, sous la responsabilité du coordinateur ou de la coordinatrice Finances et RH à la diffusion des documents de référence RH au personnel et en assure le respect des principes (règlement intérieur, politiques RH incluant la politique de protection contre les abus de pouvoir et les violences sexistes et sexuelles)

d. Contrats de travail et suivi

● Assure le suivi les congés annuels du personnel de son ou ses projets

● Assure le suivi de tous les événements administratifs (congés de circonstance, etc)

c. Recrutement

● Est le garant du suivi des procédures de recrutement sur le projet

● Assure la partie RH et administrative des recrutements de ses projets selon la politique de recrutement ALIMA en vigueur, faire appel au coordinateur ou à la coordinatrice RH en cas de doute ou blocage

● Participe aux entretiens des collaborateurs de niveau 1 à 8 (entretien RH)

  1. Gestion qualitative du personnel

  2. Composition des équipes

● Assure la mise à jour régulière des organigrammes et est force de proposition dans les réorganisations éventuelles

● Aide à la réalisation des descriptions de postes et s’assure de leur mise à jour par les responsables d’équipes

  1. Bilans individuels

● Rappelle au responsable d’équipe au moins 3 mois avant la fin de contrat de faire un bilan avec le collaborateur

● S’assure que le document de support utilisé pour le bilan est le dernier partagé par la coordination

● Participe à l’élaboration d’un plan de formation de son projet

● Est responsable de l’organisation et du suivi du plan de formation sur le projet

  1. Communication interne et représentation du personnel

● Diffuse l’information au personnel sur l’association et la mission

● Organise des réunions du personnel

● Participe à la résolution des conflits de travail en collaboration avec les coordinateurs.trices projets, les responsables d’équipes et le coordinateur ou la coordinatrice RH

7. Mise en œuvre des mesures de protection contre les abus de pouvoir, les violences sexistes et sexuelles :

● Participe aux formations et aux séances de sensibilisation

● Applique les standards relatifs à la prévention des abus

● Assure que les membres de son équipe suivent les formations et les séances de sensibilisation et appliquent les règles de prévention des abus

● Contribue à créer et maintenir un environnement épanouissant et protecteur

Cette description de tâches n’est pas exhaustive et peut être modifiée en fonction de l’évolution de la mission.

EXPERIENCES ET COMPETENCES

Expériences :

● Expérience d’au moins 6 mois sur un poste similaire avec un même volume d’activité (budget d’au moins 1M€)

●Expérience dans un contexte d’intervention comparable (humanitaire médical)

●Expérience en termes de gestion d’équipe et de développement du personnel

Formation :

● Diplôme d’études supérieures en administration, en gestion financière et/ou en gestion des ressources humaines souhaité

● Parfaite maîtrise du package MS Office, en particulier Excel et bonne maitrise de SAGA et Homère atouts importants

Qualités du candidat :

● Capacité d’analyse, d’organisation et d’écoute

● Sens critique et force de proposition

● Rigueur, autonomie et curiosité

● Flexibilité et gestion du stress

●Capacité à travailler en équipe dans des contextes multiculturels

Langues

Bonne maîtrise du français (lu, écrit, parlé) indispensable

● L’anglais est un atout

CONDITIONS

Durée du contrat : 6 semaines, renouvelable

Salaire : selon expérience + perdiem.

ALIMA prend en charge :

- Les frais de déplacements entre le pays d’origine de l’expatrié (nationalité différente du pays de mission) et le lieu de mission

- Les frais d’hébergement

- La couverture médicale du premier jour de contrat à un mois après la date de départ du pays de mission pour l’employé(e) et ses ayants droit et une couverture (invalidité, décès et rapatriement.) pour l’employé.e uniquement.

- Break tous les 3 mois qui viennent s’ajouter aux congés payés

How to apply:

DOCUMENTS A ENVOYER

Pour postuler, merci de nous faire parvenir votre CV et lettre de motivation avant le 19/03/2021 via le lien suivant:

https://candidatures.alima.ong/jobs/detail/356...

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Evaluator for Ethiopia Program

Fri, 05 Mar 2021 21:42:35 +0000

Organization: American Bar Association
Closing date: 15 Mar 2021

EVALUATION TERMS OF REFERENCE
Program Professionalize African Union for Rule of Law Initiatives
Evaluation type Summative evaluation
Evaluation purpose
To determine whether there is evidence that the program contributed to the AU staff capacity to advice on issues of governance, rule of law and other legal and rule of law topics suggested by AU officials; to propose effective approaches to advancing these AU priorities and to successfully oversee and implement mechanisms addressing these issues.
Evaluation start and end dates
35 work days during the period starting 15th April to 15th June 2021

Job Summary:

The American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) seeks a program evaluator for its Project entitled “Professionalize African Union for Rule of Law Initiatives.”

I. Project Background and Overview

The “Professionalize African Union for Rule of Law Initiatives” project (from here on forward referred to as “the Project”) is a 2 years, 9-month program awarded to the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) by the U.S. Department of State Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL). The Project started in September of 2018 and will end on June 30, 2021. The Project aims to strengthen the African Union Commission (AUC) staff capacity to advise on issues of governance, transnational crime, and peace and security; to propose effective approaches to advancing these African Union (AU) priorities; and to successfully oversee and implement mechanisms addressing these issues. Specifically, the project aims to achieve the following: 1. AU staff possess increased knowledge and skills for handling matters related to governance, rule of law, criminal justice, transnational crime, and other legal and rule of law topics requested by AU officials; 2. AU staff and offices have enhanced capabilities to develop and manage implementing mechanisms related to the topics identified in Objective 1;
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  1. AU staff possess improved skills to measure and analyze the effectiveness of mechanisms implemented to promote rule of law, good governance, an improved law enforcement and judiciary, and human rights; and 4. AU staff have a strong knowledge of open source resources to facilitate their work.

II. Evaluation Objectives and Use

The evaluation is commissioned by the Africa Division to comply with the commitment set under the Program’s M&E Plan. The summative evaluation will covering the entire 2 year 9-month implementation period of the Project, and will assess the relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, and sustainability of outcomes of the Project. The evaluation is intended to be forward looking which will capture effectively lessons learnt and provide information on the nature, extent and where possible, the effect of the project to the African Union.

The evaluation will provide evidence-based assessments of the contributions of the Program to the bigger picture of AU staff capacity building efforts. Specifically, the evaluation will respond to the following questions:

i).Relevance of Project design and focus - Were the inputs and strategies identified realistic, appropriate and adequate to achieve the results? - Was the project relevant to the identified needs of the beneficiary institution?

ii).Effectiveness of Project activities and outputs - To what extent did the Project achieve its objectives? - How effective were the strategies and tools used in the implementation of the project? - How effective has the project been in responding to the needs of the beneficiaries, and what results were achieved? - Describe the main lessons that have emerged? - What are the recommendations for similar support in future?

iii). Efficiency of Project Implementation - Was the process of achieving results efficient? Specifically did the actual or expected results (outputs and outcomes) justify the costs incurred? Were the resources effectively utilized? - How efficient were the management and accountability structures of the project? - What are the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the project’s implementation process?

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iv). Sustainability- To what extent are the outcomes of the projects likely to be sustained after the completion of this project? - What is the likelihood of continuation and sustainability of project outcomes and benefits after completion of the project? - How effective were the exit strategies, and approaches to phase out assistance provided by the project including contributing factors and constraints? - Describe key factors that will require attention in order to improve prospects of sustainability of project outcomes and the merits related to replication of the project design/approach? - How were capacities strengthened at the individual and organizational level (including contributing factors and constraints)? - Based on finding, what future interventions and strategies may be taken to address AU’s goals for capacity building and sustainability? -

The evaluation shall be guided by the American Evaluation Association’s principles for evaluators 1 and will be undertaken using quantitative and qualitative methods, including the following: • Desk study and review of all relevant project documentation including project documents, annual work-plans, project progress reports, annual project reports • In depth virtual interviews to gather primary data from key stakeholders • Online discussions with project beneficiaries and other stakeholders. • Online/virtual interviews with relevant key informants

III. Uses and Users of this Evaluation:

This evaluation will be used by the African Union Commission (AUC) and the AU organs and mechanisms, as well as ABA ROLI to better understand which of their various activities were or were not effective, and will be used to better inform managers on future program design efforts.

IV. Scope

The evaluation will cover the entire project timeframe, and will review all project activities, using a representative samples of participants and other stakeholders from AU and ABA ROLI. The sampling methodology will be dependent on variables such as the extent the effort proposed can reach individuals and service providers.

V. Deliverables

The evaluator will deliver the following: • An inception report demonstrating understanding of the assignment within one

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week from the start of the assignment. It will include a description of the following: o An evaluation design methodology o A time table for the evaluation exercise o Tools for the evaluation exercise • First draft evaluation report for presentations to key stakeholders by 5th June 2021 • A final project evaluation report consisting of not more than 30 pages including an executive summary to be delivered by 15th June 2021

VI. Qualifications for this Position

The Consultant should have the following qualifications:

● Advanced degree in evaluation, public administration, public policy, or other related fields; ● At least 7 years of experience undertaking process or performance evaluations using mixed research methods; ● Proven ability to organize and coordinate evaluations or studies in the field and online and with a group of program implementers in various locations. ● Familiarity with the African Union and its role, structure, mandate, functions and initiatives across the region is preferred. ● Experience having conducted similar evaluations for capacity building programs in the area of rule of law, human rights and governance is required. ● Ability to speak/understand French (advantage)

VII. Reporting
The Consultant reports to the Program Director on the day today undertaking of the assignment and will be provided the necessary coordination, logistical support and information where necessary. VIII. Application Process
Interested and qualified Consultants or Consultancy firms should submit their applications which should include the following: 1. Cover Letter 2. Detailed Curriculum Vitae 3. Proposed budget & workplan for the assignment

Please quote “African Union-ABA Project Evaluation” on the subject line. Applications should be emailed to Danielle.Schmitz@americanbar.org no later than 15 March 2021 at 16:00 EAT.

How to apply:

Please quote “African Union-ABA Project Evaluation” on the subject line. Applications should be emailed to Danielle.Schmitz@americanbar.org no later than 15 March 2021 at 16:00 EAT.

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Emergency Logistics manager – Emergency Pool

Fri, 05 Mar 2021 18:19:08 +0000

Organization: Handicap International - Humanity & Inclusion
Closing date: 25 Mar 2021

CONTEXT :

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

Humanity & Inclusion is an independent and impartial aid and development organization working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. We work alongside people with disabilities and vulnerable people to help meet their essential needs, improve their living conditions and promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights.
Since the organisation was first founded in 1982, we have set up development programmes in 62 countries and responded to many emergencies. Today we have a budget of around 150 million euros, with 3500 employees worldwide.
HI is engaged in an employment policy in favour of workers living with a disability.
For further information about the association: www.hi.org

In order to ensure a relevant, timely and efficient response to acute crisis, the emergency division of HI has the role to ensure the monitoring, preparedness and response to man-made and natural disaster.
The emergency division may lead some emergency responses or support the geographic divisions to respond to new disasters depending on the intensity of the crisis and the capacity of the program in place.

The emergency pool is composed of a team of emergency experts, ready to deploy within 72 hours. Their role is :

1) To conduct diagnosis and launch new emergency operations in the field

2) To support pre-established programs and teams to respond to new disasters in the field

3) To contribute to lessons learned exercises, technical methodology and guidance, tool kits in coordination with the emergency division team members, shared services and technical divisions at the HQ level.

JOB DESCRIPTION :

Under the responsibility of the emergency pool manager and in close coordination with the HQ logistics advisor, the emergency logistics manager will be in charge of :

1) Participating in initial diagnosis and coordinate the rollout and scale-up of the emergency response operations from logistics perspective following a humanitarian crisis;

2) Leading and coordinating logistics deployment in the framework of new programs or area/projects opening following a disaster, in accordance with Humanity & Inclusion´s rules and standards and those of its donors;

3) Contributing to the institutional capitalization and participating in the development and update of Humanity & Inclusion´s emergency methodologies, procedures, tools and trainings;

4) Representing and promoting Humanity & Inclusion´s mandate in the framework of the emergency responses in your field of expertise.

PROFILE SOUGHT :

Education background

• General or technical diploma;

• Additional training in logistics management and development of humanitarian projects / operations, or equivalent, preferably in the field of international solidarity.

Professional experiences

• Strong professional experience (at least 3 years) in emergency responses;

• Experience of at least 2 years in a Logistics coordination/manager position or similar in emergency or post-emergency assistance;

• Confirmed experience in team management and representation;

• Good knowledge of emergency donors regulations and processes;

• Experience in opening missions is a plus;

• Experience in the development of humanitarian intervention strategies.

Required skills

• High capacity for analysis and synthesis;

• Ability to project quickly in an emergency context;

• Mastery of the management of the project cycle;

• Ability to train and build capacity;

• Ability to conceptualize and formalize tools, methods and procedures;

• Ability to handle conflicts;

• Ability to work remotely including capacity building and remote deployment;

• Mastery of emergency donors rules (EU, US, DFID, etc.);

• Excellent communication includes constructive feedback;

• Rigor and organization.

Soft skills

• Ability to provide a large workload under constant pressure;

• Excellent responsiveness and flexibility in all circumstances;

• Sense of priorities, great capacity for organization and autonomy;

• Able to live in community and accept the constraints;

• Great ability to manage own stress and that of co-workers;

• Team spirit, sociability, sense of humour;

• Strong ability to challenge and work on self-development.

Language skills

• Excellent command of French and English (oral and written) essential. Spanish or Arabic is a plus.

IT

• Mastery of computer tools (Office Pack).

CONDITIONS :

• Starting date: 3rd of May 2021

• Length of the contract: 18 months

• Type of contract: HQ contract

• Salary depending on the experience of the candidate

• Additional benefits: luncheon vouchers and health insurance

• Working hours: 39 hours/week

• Paid holidays and RTT: equivalent of 9 weeks/year

• Specific conditions for the Emergency Pool:

  • Flexibility/availability allowance (620€ gross/month)

  • Perdiem in proportion to the time spent in the field

  • Hardship allowance in proportion to the time spent in the field

  • Collective housing in charge of HI when in the field

  • Medical evacuation insurance International SOS

  • Recuperation pack: between 2 to 5 days, depending on the length of the mission

  • Position starting in Lyon (1 to 3 months) then possibility of telework (up to 49 days/year) in Shengen area

How to apply:

http://www.jobs.net/j/JdGtoJaq...

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Program Manager

Fri, 05 Mar 2021 17:17:24 +0000

Country: United States of America
Organization: World Vision
Closing date: 4 Apr 2021

World Vision USA is a part of the larger World Vision International partnership, a development and advocacy organisation devoted to improving the lives of children, families and their communities around the world. We help children of all backgrounds, even in the most dangerous places, inspired by our Christian faith. Globally, we have over 34,000+ staff working in nearly 100 countries. ~900 of us call World Vision USA home.

The Job: World Vision is looking for a Program Manager

The Program Manager will contribute to the International Programs Group's program quality and reporting goals through the management of sectoral projects focused on Education, Child Protection, Gender and Governance (funded by US Government agencies, selected foundations, selected individual mega donors). The Program Manager will oversee project implementation and provide monitoring and evaluation of the portfolio to ensure financial and legal compliance. You will demonstrate a mutual understanding of both donor and field-facing requirements, providing product management, and project support to enable fundraisers to deliver on the donor promise. Ensure compliance to donor standards, develop tools, and provide capacity building for funded projects. Help carry out our Christian organization’s mission, vision, and strategies. Personify the ministry of World Vision by witnessing to Christ and ministering to others through life, deed, and word.

Your Responsibilities Will Include:

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Lead or coordinate project start-up with the Field Office, partners, and other key stakeholders.
  • Ensure all involved staff have copies of approved program design (narrative, logframe, monitoring and evaluation plan, budget, and grant agreement) and that they understand donor regulations, reporting and other requirements.
  • Assist with recruiting and staffing/consulting needs.
  • Support Field Office (FO) in meeting special donor requirements, such as the purchase of capital assets.
  • Facilitate start-up workshop and any required training (e.g., donor requirements).
  • Ensure clarity of roles and responsibilities for key staff to support successful project implementation.
  • Ensure technical review of any baseline research methodologies.
  • Ensure that monitoring and evaluation system is set up (including reporting templates) and processes for developing detailed implementation plan is completed.
  • Ensure that the reporting and evaluation process for the performance management of programs is developed. As well as support the review, editing and at times writing of reports and donor briefs.
  • Communicate outcomes of start-up to the donor or director.
  • Ensure that projects are managed effectively through appropriate, timely and detailed communication with appropriate internal teams and relevant stakeholders regarding major issues and successes related to the project. Coordinate with appropriate staff and leadership to encourage and facilitate the documentation of promising practices and lessons learned. On-going project implementation support includes, but is not limited to:
  • Provide project management assistance to the field as needed.
  • Ensure regular, positive, and productive communication with respective donor representatives, the field, and partners regarding the implementation of program activities.
  • Ensure on time submission of high-quality reports.
  • Work with project staff to ensure timely and high-quality reports are submitted to Communications Officers.
  • Monitor implementation and resource/fund utilization rates in conjunction with Finance.
  • Assist the field in accessing appropriate technical assistance for successful implementation of activities.
  • Monitor compliance and ensure WV responds professionally to all compliance and audit issues, follow-up on audit findings and evaluation recommendations.
  • Ensure technical review of any evaluation terms of reference.
  • Revise program documents as necessary and as requested and coordinate or complete approved amendments.
  • Coordinate and/or submit cost and no-cost extensions.
  • Coordinate with Regional Office (RO) technical staff on key updates and technical support requests.
  • Showcase projects and data collected through internal and external fora as relevant.
  • Lead close-out process (includes final reports, evaluations and lessons learned). Ensure that evaluation outcomes and lessons learned are shared with and disseminated to all appropriate stakeholders.
  • Conduct appropriate and useful field visits to assist the office, ensuring communication and coordination with appropriate staff members.
  • Network with sector leaders internally and externally to strengthen World Vision's industry position, stay current with the sector evidence base, and to connect field projects with sector resources such as university researchers.
  • Attend sector specific external meetings/conferences as applicable to existing programming in order to share lessons learned and best practices with field offices.
  • Contribute to sector business plans and strategy.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
  • Work collaboratively with team members.

You Bring These Skills:

  • Proven leadership skills
  • Strong interpersonal and public relation skills
  • Staff management and coaching skills
  • Grant Management Experience - experience with USAID, DOL or DOS
  • International work and/or volunteer experience
  • Effective partnership cultivation and management skills
  • Strategic, innovative, and visionary thinker
  • Proven experience in the Education or Child Protection Sector

Education and Experience:

  • Master's Degree or equivalent work experience (five years).
  • In addition to education or education equivalent, requires a minimum of 3-5 years relevant professional experience. Work in international relief and development preferred.
  • Direct experience managing large grants from US Government agencies, institutional foundations or major individuals preferred.
  • Proven experience effectively managing large projects and successful resolution of implementation challenges.
  • Demonstrated ability to facilitate multi-stakeholder engagement.
  • Broad sector knowledge and/or field experience in one or more of the following areas of: Child Protection; Monitoring and Evaluation; Education; HIV-AIDS; Mother and Child Health; Water, Sanitation and Hygiene; Agriculture; Economic Development; and/or Micro-finance.
  • Strong skills with Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Spanish Language skills HIGHLY desired.

Additional Skills We Are Interested In:

  • Previous work and/or travel experience
  • External Engagement/presentation skills
  • PMP or other program management training/certification
How to apply:

Find the full responsibilities and requirements for this position online. For more information on World Vision USA, please visit our website: www.worldvision.org.

Due to the number of applications received, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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Program Manager, Humanitarian and Emergency Affairs Team

Fri, 05 Mar 2021 17:12:06 +0000

Country: United States of America
Organization: World Vision
Closing date: 4 Apr 2021

World Vision USA is a part of the larger World Vision International partnership, a development and advocacy organisation devoted to improving the lives of children, families and their communities around the world. We help children of all backgrounds, even in the most dangerous places, inspired by our Christian faith. Globally, we have over 34,000+ staff working in nearly 100 countries. ~900 of us call World Vision USA home.

The Job: World Vision is looking for a Program Manager to support in the planning, coordination and management of World Vision’s response to rapid-onset emergencies and complex humanitarian emergencies. The Program Manager portfolio includes management of USAID/BHA projects, with a focus on emergency food and cash programming. Oversee project implementation and providing monitoring and evaluation of the portfolio to ensure financial and legal compliance and help pre-position World Vision for opportunities. Ensure compliance to donor standards, develop tools, and provide capacity building for funded projects. Promote and showcase existing projects and innovative ideas through external and internal engagements. Personify the ministry of World Vision by witnessing to Christ and ministering to others through life, deed, word and sign. Keep Christ central in our individual and corporate lives. Attend and participate in the leadership of devotions, weekly Chapel services, and regular prayer.

Your Responsibilities Will Include:

  • Provide support and oversight to project start-up with National Office, partner, and other key stakeholders. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Facilitate start-up workshops, any required training (i.e., donor requirement, reporting), sharing of key program design documents, clarity on roles and responsibilities, action planning, and communicate outcomes of start-up to donor and critical stakeholders.

  • Ensure that monitoring and evaluation system is set up (including reporting templates), processes for developing detailed implementation plan is communicated and ensure that the reporting and evaluation process for the performance management of programs is developed.

  • Ensure that portfolio is managed effectively through appropriate, timely and detailed communication with appropriate internal teams, donors, and other relevant stakeholders regarding major issues and successes related to the project. Coordinate with appropriate staff and leadership to encourage and facilitate the documentation of promising practices and lessons learned. On-going project implementation support includes, but is not limited to:

  • Ensure on time submission of high-quality reports.

  • Monitor implementation and resource/fund utilization rates in conjunction with Finance.

  • Assist the field in accessing appropriate technical assistance for successful implementation of activities.

  • Monitor compliance and ensure WV responds professionally to all compliance and audit issues, follow-up on audits findings and evaluation recommendations.

  • Lead program quality assurance and improvement, including development of tools, organizational and multi-sector linkages/leveraging, regular measurement of performance, and collaborative reviews to assess program and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) quality.

  • Lead close-out process (includes final reports, evaluations and lessons learned). Ensure that evaluation outcomes and lessons learned are shared with and disseminated to all appropriate stakeholders.

  • Conduct appropriate and useful field visits to assist the national offices, ensuring communication and coordination with appropriate staff members.

  • Work collaboratively with team members when assigned to work as a member of a team.

  • Maintain awareness of corporate goals, objectives, organizational announcements, and activities. Reference and follow organizational policies and procedures, seeking clarity as needed.

  • Perform other duties as assigned.

You Bring These Skills:

  • Language: This position will be working with the Latin America and Caribbean offices for World Vision. As such, ability to work in both Spanish and English (reading, writing, speaking) is required.
  • Sector Knowledge: Experience with food and cash/voucher programming in an emergency setting.
  • Donor Experience: Previous experience with USAID emergency projects, preferably with food and cash programming (Food for Peace Emergency Food Security Programming, BHA).
  • Program Management: You’ve spent years overseeing the end to end management of relief programs that transform communities in need. Understanding how to acquire and integrate resources to support program implementation. Drive for quality results and success; demonstrates a sense of urgency in achieving goals; persists despite obstacles.
  • Experience in humanitarian standards and settings: You are highly familiar with humanitarian settings, their challenges, and the global standards and best practices for humanitarian response.
  • Ability to manage multiple, competing priorities in a high paced work environment.
  • Communicate and interact effectively with people from other cultures, religions, and geographies; respects and adapts to other cultures and seeks opportunities to enhance relationships.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience (eight years).
  • Master's degree in related field such as international relations, social sciences, etc. preferred.
  • In addition to education or education equivalent, requires a minimum of 5-7 years of relevant professional experience.
  • Work experience includes direct experience managing large grants from US Government agencies, institutional foundations, or individual mega donors.
  • Proven experience effectively managing large projects and successful resolution of implementation challenges.
  • Demonstrated ability to facilitate multi-stakeholder engagement.
  • Sector knowledge and/or field experience with emergency food security and cash programming.
  • Strong skills with Microsoft Office Suite**Additional Skills We Are Interested In:** Previous work and/or travel experience in the Latin American and Caribbean region.
How to apply:

Find the full responsibilities and requirements for this position online. For more information on World Vision USA, please visit our website: www.worldvision.org.

Due to the number of applications received, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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Environmental Health Coordinator

Fri, 05 Mar 2021 16:57:56 +0000

Country: Burundi
Organization: International Rescue Committee
Closing date: 31 May 2021

Consortium members and their program in Burundi

IRC Burundi

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) has been working in Burundi since 1996, initially supporting return and reintegration of refugees from Tanzania. Since then, the IRC has expanded its support to Congolese refugees and post-conflict support to Burundians. IRC Burundi’s programming includes women’s empowerment and protection, education, child protection, community services, livelihoods and is UNHCR’s partner to deliver the Logistical Support Program (LSP) which includes overall logistical support for the camps and returning refugees (transportation, vehicle maintenance, warehousing, return and reintegration support. The IRC responds to emergencies prompted by natural disaster as well as the current political crisis in Burundi.

CARE International

CARE International began its activities in Burundi in 1994, by bringing an emergency aid to people affected by civil war. From 2004, intervention was extended to long term development programs.

Today, CARE International in Burundi is changing. It nowadays plays a catalyst and facilitator role for partner organizations. In line with Care International’s 2020 vision, the latter has now become a technical leader of innovations for economic empowerment, peace, dignity, social cohesion and good governance, with special emphasis on vulnerable women and the youth.

Scope of work

The EH Coordinator provides overall strategic direction and vision for the IRC Burundi Environmental Health programming and is the focal point of the consortium between IRC and CARE in Burundi in the context of their multiyear WASH project in the Gitega and Muyinga provinces. S/he also collaborates with other INGOs, stakeholders and supervised partners.

Under the supervision of the Deputy Director of Program (DDP) of IRC Burundi, the EH Coordinator is bound by the vision, the mission and the core values of the IRC. S/he ensures the coherence of all EH/WASH activities of the organization, in close collaboration with the other program leads, especially in the context of the socio economic empowerment of youth and women and accountability.

The EH Coordinator serves as first focal point for communication/coordination/operation with WASH relevant partners and donors In addition to overseeing the implementation of the activities listed above, the position plays an active role in the general strategic leadership of the sector. The position represents the WASH program at various levels including the national WASH sector working group, the government, international and national NGO partners, UN agencies and other strategic partnerships. His/her tasks will include the below as well as any other tasks as requested.

Position objectives:

• Design, develop and manage IRC’s EH Program and a consortium WASH project jointly implemented with CARE Burundi

• Technically ensure and maintain the quality and standards implemented by this project through the whole consortium team

• Oversee all contractors and partners engaged in the implementation of EH projects

• Ensure good performance and team-building of staff under his/her direct supervision

• Represent IRC and consortium in all WASH forums/events as requested

• Maintain close links and collaboration with other sectors

• Ensure that emergency WASH activities are implemented in a timely and professional manner (as per SPHERE and IRC Standards) and in line with beneficiary needs

Responsibilities

1. Responsible for full project management of consortium project and other IRC EH/WASH projects

• Oversee the management of project in its portfolio in accordance with all project documents;

• Ensure efficient project management developing/using and training staff on the tools of the consortium

• Propose budget revisions of projects to his/her supervisor if need be, in agreement with the consortium

• Ensure compliance with agreed on conventions and procedures in all programming under direct responsibility

• Establish and maintain regular and open contacts with all the actors of the WASH consortium and ensure regular information flow

• Ensure regularly and timely qualitative reports (narrative and financial)

2. Technical quality

• Provide technical and management leadership to the consortium and IRC internal in accordance with international best practice and IRC policy

• Prepare project plans, review designs and maintain accurate, organized work files and detailed records, including Activity Summaries, site plans, location maps, project budgets and schedules Contribute to the development of a national WASH strategy within the respective working group

• Ensure all implementation plans address training needs at all levels including community, government agency and partner organizations

• Review technical designs for water production and delivery and structural designs

• Produce and review contracts for works implemented through subcontractors or partners

• Assure appropriate monitoring of materials, equipment and supplies for technical work

• Ensure program activities foster accountability to beneficiaries and that gender and protection sensitivity and inclusion are adequately addressed in all programming under direct responsibility

3. Staff supervision & development

• Overall responsibility for management of consortium members on a technical and accountability level

• Overall responsibility for staff timesheets, work plans, vacation schedules, and staff training/development activities directly under his/her supervision

• Lead the recruitment of staff when funding is confirmed

• Take responsibility for discussing job expectations, performance, and objectives on an informal, quarterly basis with designated staff

• Lead annual performance reviews for all staff under his/her supervision

• Adhere to and act in accordance with the IRC Global HR Policies and Procedures

4. Partnership: coordination and leadership

• Participate proactively in WASH sectorial group, and other relevant working group meetings, as well as in all appropriate fora

• Establish and maintain good relationships with members of the IRC, CARE International and others in the consortium as well as in all programming under direct responsibility

• Establish and maintain good relations with implementing partners

• Identify the need for and implement capacity building activities of partners

• Contribute to strategic discussions on program development as lead member of the technical steering committee of the IRC/CARE consortium

• Share information on all programming under direct responsibility with external stakeholders, contributing to the coordination of all donors’ visits

5. Monitoring, evaluation, quality assurance and reporting

• Develop and maintain an effective monitoring and planning system

• Responsible for all internal and external programmatic reporting, including donors reports

• Coordinate program evaluations and reviews, ensure documentation of lessons learned informing reporting and program development

• Contribute to the development of guidelines, including technical design of software and hardware interventions and project modus operandi, for all domains under its responsibility

• Ensure IRC and international quality standards for humanitarian action are fulfilled throughout the project management cycle

• Provide technical support to the team under direct responsibility and the overall mission as well as national and international project partners ;

• Ensure that gender, protection and environmental impact are mainstreamed in all programming under direct responsibility.

• In collaboration with the heads of program of both from IRC and CARE, support the M&E team to develop a coherent M&E system and a plan to implement eventual lessons learned

• Ensure the development of tools for monitoring and evaluation of the project by involving communities and other partners

• Coordinate annual reviews, audits and evaluations with the consortium

• Ensure the collection of data for regular narrative reporting

• Ensure the respect of the contractual obligations of the consortium in the drafting and transmission of financial and narrative of quality reports

6. Coordination and optimal use of resources (in close collaboration with finance and logistic departments)

• Ensure regular and accurate analysis of spending, leading budget revisions in accordance with the consortium and with the finance department

• Ensure regular follow up of procurement including purchases and stock in cooperation with Care’s project Manager and with the supply chain department

• Ensure the regular procurement plans and cash flow overview

• Coach the consortium team (Care and IRC) to ensure efficient and effective planning, implementation and monitoring of all activities and their understanding of expected program outcomes

• Ensure at all-time optimal use of financial, human and logistics resources

• Contribute to the full compliance with security plans and protocols of own team and to security related information sharing in cooperation with the Senior Management Team (SMT)

Other duties

• Consistently and proactively monitor/assess the safety and security of the team; promptly reporting concerns or incidents to the steering committee and IRC SMT, and when liaising with community leaders and other external parties as required to maintain/enhance the security environment for IRC programs

• Other duties as assigned by the supervisor to enable and develop joint programs with CARE

Qualifications

• Fluency in French and English required (oral and written), Kirundi or Swahili an advantage

• Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering, hydrology, public health or related subject; Masters level education preferred.

• Eight (8) years professional experience in design and implementation of WASH projects in multiple development contexts, including experience in an emergency context

• Groundwater hydrology and/or water resource management experience required

• At least 3 years project’s experiences as Consortium leader (with international NGO in WASH)

• Experience overseeing infrastructure sub-contractors and implementing partner NGOs

• Experience in East Africa (in WASH consortium will be an asset)

• Strong program/technical and budget management skills, planning, reporting, monitoring and evaluation skills

• At least 2 years in Community based program manager in WASH (accountability, empowerment of people will be an asset)

• Excellent understanding of WASH issues in fragile situations and knowledge of international standards

• Strong written and oral communication skills, effective in representation and liaison

• Ability to work well in and to promote teamwork; comfortable in a multi-cultural environment, flexible and able to handle pressure well

• Knowledge and/or experience in conflict management, protection, or other related field

• Excellent professional approach and strong team building skills

• Strong management, planning, analytical and interpersonal

• Experience in projects financed by International Financing Institutions

• Excellent Computer skills: MS Word, Excel; AutoCAD, STATA (or similar data analysis tool) and GIS preferred

Work Environment

The position is based in the capital city of Muyinga. The security situation in Burundi is generally calm.

Standards of Professional Conduct: The IRC and IRC workers must adhere to the values and principles outlined in IRC Way - Standards for Professional Conduct. These are Integrity, Service, Accountability and Equality. In accordance with these values, the IRC operates and enforces policies on Beneficiary Protection from Exploitation and Abuse, Child Safeguarding, Anti Workplace Harassment, Fiscal Integrity, and Anti-Retaliation.

Diversity, Inclusion and Gender Equality: IRC acknowledges and honors the fundamental value and dignity of all individuals. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and consider all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, marital status, veteran status or disability. IRC is also committed to narrowing the gender gap in leadership positions. We offer benefits that provide an enabling environment for women to participate in our workforce including parental leave, gender-sensitive security protocols and other supportive benefits

Equal Opportunity Employer: IRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. IRC considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

How to apply:

Apply Here

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Field Coordinator Ninewa – Iraq (Mosul)

Fri, 05 Mar 2021 16:50:09 +0000

Country: Iraq
Organization: Triangle Génération Humanitaire
Closing date: 22 Mar 2021

The overall objective of the Field Coordinator is to ensure, under the responsibility of the Country Director, the implementation of activities in Ninewa Governorate, good coordination with local authorities in operational and security terms, and the general functioning of TGH’s Mosul office, in order to deliver essential services in the sectors of Child Protection, Food Security and Livelihoods, and Natural Resource Management.

He/she supervises directly the team who will be composed of 2 expatriates (possibly more, according to the evolution of funding) and a team of national staffs. The Field Coordinator will develop TGH’s office in Mosul and contribute to the development of TGH activities.

Coordination and follow-up of projects

  • Support project managers in the implementation of the activities and achievement of operational objectives
  • Ensure proper budget follow-up budgets with program managers in relation with the coordination Erbil and Baghdad offices.
  • Participate in bi-monthly coordination meetings at Erbil level.
  • Contribute to donor and internal reports

Implementation and development of intervention strategy

  • Participate in the definition of the intervention strategy in the area of operation and update as necessary
  • Organise and carry out field assessments
  • Participate in proposal writing and fund raising

Security

  • Analyse the political, security and socio-economical context, and ensure timely and accurate internal communication
  • Keep in constant relation with local authorities and various military actors present in the area of intervention, as well as security / NGO forums
  • Regularly update the security management tools, in collaboration with the HoM, and disseminate the necessary rules to all the Mosul office’s personnel
  • Guarantee with the HoM, a level and modalities of operation adapted the context
  • Manage, in relation with the HoM, any security incident and emergency situations, write-up incident reports
  • Participate in all security related meetings with local or international, governmental, military and NGO actors
  • Develop contacts related to security at every level to develop new accesses in Ninewa.

Base management in Mosul and Sinjar

  • Ensure that internal procedures are understood by all staff and applied
  • Ensure with administrative and logistics teams of the smooth running of the office, in their absence, ensure a proper level of log/admin support to projects with the support of Erbil coordination
  • Ensure the mutualisation of means and adequate spread of support costs among all projects**

Representation

  • Maintain and develop good working relations with all local authorities, both civil and military (national army and militias) and other humanitarian actors
  • Represent the organisation as necessary in coordination/cluster meetings
  • Ensure adequate coordination with NGOs in the same areas of operation

Team Management

  • Ensure internal communication within the team through regular team meetings
  • Carry out necessary appraisals of the staff under his/her supervision
  • Supervise the management of national staffs by the international staff (respect of internal regulations, regular appraisals, sanctions, training, salary policy etc)
  • Keep a healthy working environment and a good team spirit

Those responsibilities may be revised depending on the evolutions of needs in the field.

Security, working and living conditions

There are three main bases/offices on the mission, located in Erbil, Mosul, and Baghdad. In April 2019, TGH opened a sub-base in Sinjar linked to Mosul base.

In Ninewa Governorate, the area of operation (Mosul) is located approximately 80 kilometers west of Erbil. Although the situation in terms of security is considered safe enough to physically operate directly, security risks and constraints have been identified and security incidents happen regularly. Staff movement are always monitored and tracked. In terms of working and living conditions in Mosul city, an office/guesthouse is newly operational with strict security measures in place (TGH security plan) with strong limitation of movement.

TGH coordination team is located between Baghdad and Kurdistan Region in Erbil. Concerning security, despite the dynamic context in Iraq, the region of KRI is currently safe. Security rules are regularly updated according to the change in context. In Erbil city, there are few restrictions of movement and expatriate staff can easily go out to bazaars, restaurants, sport centers, parks, shopping centers, supermarkets. Trips to the countryside are possible at weekends.

In Baghdad, due to the security environment, international staff movements are strictly limited and under tracking. Curfew is set up at 5PM for all staff.

How to apply:

Please send your resume and cover letter on our website’s HR page www.trianglegh.org to attention of Amandine RUINART, Human Resources Officer.

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Program Associate

Fri, 05 Mar 2021 16:49:08 +0000

Country: United States of America
Organization: Syria Justice and Accountability Centre
Closing date: 31 Mar 2021

Position Summary

SJAC is seeking a Program Associate to provide programmatic and administrative support in the day-to-day administration of SJAC activities.

Title: Program Associate

Location: Washington, DC (remote until further notice)

Reports To: Senior Program Officer

About SJAC

SJAC is a leading Syrian transitional justice organization striving to prevent impunity, promote redress, and facilitate principled reform by documenting violations, processing and preserving data, and collaborating directly with policymakers, justice mechanisms, and victims to lay the groundwork for holistic justice.

General Duties and Responsibilities

  • Under the direction of the Senior Program Officer, provide administrative, logistical, and communications support for the SJAC team.
  • Support the research and writing of SJAC human rights and transitional justice reports and blog articles.
  • Support SJAC’s external communications, managing SJAC’s social media accounts, newsletter, and website updates.
  • Manage SJAC’s communications intern.
  • Support senior staff in researching and developing proposals and other tasks as deemed necessary for new business development.
  • Assist in project implementation, including in partnership coordination, drafting of donor reports, monitoring and evaluation, and work-plan management.
  • Coordinate online and in-person events for policy-makers, experts, and Syrian audiences.
  • Provide logistics and operations support including purchasing items for SJAC and arranging travel accommodations for SJAC staff and Board members
  • Draft and monitor consulting agreements, contracts, and subgrants.
  • Provide administrative support to the Executive Director.
  • Develop, track, and analyze the Executive Director budget and support with development of other budgets as needed.
  • Support the drafting of financial reports to funding agencies, SJAC Board of Directors, and others as needed.
  • Other administrative and programmatic duties, as needed.

Skills and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in International Relations, Middle East Studies, Political Science, or related field. Advanced degree preferred.
  • Minimum one year of professional administrative experience (including internships) in an international organization or similar institution.
  • Excellent organizational skills, including attention to detail, ability to prioritize and multi-task, and ability to work under and adhere to tight deadlines.
  • Proven ability to work independently and as part of a team; must be a team player and demonstrate a sense of responsibility and sensitivity in dealing with diverse audiences.
  • Experience working in or knowledge of the Middle East.
  • Interest in the field of human rights and transitional justice.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Experience in a non-profit setting, working on programs that receive government grants preferred.
  • Experience using Excel and familiarity with WordPress, Google Analytics and Google Forms.
  • Experience with InDesign, Tableau and other data visualization software an advantage.
  • Knowledge of Arabic preferred, but not required.
How to apply:

Please send your cover letter, resume, and a short writing sample to hiring@syriaaccountability.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, but applicants are encouraged to submit by Friday March 19th.

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Evaluación del Plan Estratégico 2019-2021 de CLAC

Fri, 05 Mar 2021 16:25:09 +0000

Organization: Coordinadora Latinoamericana y del Caribe de Pequeños Productores y Trabajadores de Comercio Justo
Closing date: 20 Mar 2021
TERMINOS DE REFERENCIA

Título de la Consultoría

Evaluación del Plan Estratégico 2019-2021 de CLAC

Unidad de dependencia

PMEL

Alcance

Latinoamérica y el Caribe

Relaciones internas

Dirección Ejecutiva

Dirección de Operaciones

Direcciones Regionales

Coordinaciones de Unidad

Relaciones externas

Consejo de Directores

Comité de Vigilancia

Organizaciones de Pequeños(as) Productores(as)

Organizaciones de Trabajadores(as)

Coordinadoras Nacionales

Redes de Producto

Aliados estratégicos de CLAC

Actores del sistema Fairtrade

Reporta a

Coordinación PMEL

§ Antecedentes

La Coordinadora Latinoamericana y del Caribe de Pequeños(as) Productores(as) y Trabajadores(as) de Comercio Justo (CLAC) es una asociación constituida con personería jurídica en El Salvador, que agrupa a las Organizaciones de Pequeños(as) Productores(as) (OPPs) y Organizaciones de Trabajadores(as) dentro del Comercio Justo. CLAC está organizada en “Coordinadoras Nacionales” y “Redes”; las primeras agrupan a las organizaciones miembros de CLAC por país, mientras que las Redes de Producto agrupan a las organizaciones por producto independientemente del país en el que se encuentren y la Red de Trabajadores(as) agrupa a las organizaciones de trabajadores(as) de los diferentes países.

El comercio justo (fair trade) es un enfoque alternativo al comercio convencional y se basa en una alianza entre productores(as) y consumidores(as). Cuando los agricultores pueden vender en términos de comercio justo, les proporciona un mejor trato y mejores términos de intercambio.

Para lograr sus objetivos y catalizar cambios, Fairtrade tiene varios tipos de intervenciones:

a) Normas y herramientas que conforman las "reglas" para las prácticas comerciales justas y el compromiso de Comercio Justo, incluidas, entre otras, el compromiso con un Precio Mínimo y el pago de Prima de Comercio Justo para productores(as).

b) Conjunto de estrategias y políticas que permiten el compromiso con Fairtrade.

c) Colaboración y soporte directo con los(as) productores(as) para su fortalecimiento y desarrollo.

La misión de CLAC es representar a las organizaciones democráticamente organizadas y velar por su fortalecimiento y desarrollo; asimismo, facilitar asistencia a sus asociados(as), promocionar sus productos y valores, e incidir en instancias sociales, políticas y económicas. El soporte directo con los(as) productores(as) para su fortalecimiento y desarrollo se conduce bajo la Planeación Estratégica de CLAC que ha estado vigente desde 2019 y finaliza en 2021. Las líneas estratégicas de trabajo son: 1) Fortalecimiento organizacional y operativo de CLAC, 2) Promoción del Comercio Justo, sus valores y principios, 3) Fortalecimiento y desarrollo de nuestras organizaciones miembro, 4) Crecimiento y vinculación con mercados existentes y nuevos, 5) Incidencia, 6) Ejes transversales: género, cambio climático, soberanía alimentaria, protección infantil, inclusión de jóvenes, sostenibilidad ambiental, y buenas prácticas laborales.

§ Objetivo de la Consultoría

En el marco del tercer año de implementación de la Estrategia, el objetivo principal de esta consultoría es evaluar el Plan Estratégico 2019-2021 de CLAC considerando los factores internos y externos de la organización.

La evaluación deberá considerar:

1. Aplicar un análisis sistémico del Plan Estratégico 2019-2021 de CLAC, es decir, del proceso mismo de su formulación, así como de su gestión

2. Evaluar la eficiencia de la estrategia en términos de comparar los resultados esperados con los resultados reales de los esfuerzos de ejecución del Plan Estratégico 2019-2021 de CLAC

3. Realizar un análisis oportuno y objetivo, extrayendo los principales aprendizajes en el diseño, la gestión, el monitoreo y la implementación del Plan Estratégico 2019-2021 de CLAC

4. Con base en los hallazgos, brindar recomendaciones para tener en cuenta en la elaboración de un nuevo Plan Estratégico de la organización

Bajo este enfoque metodológico, la evaluación debe servir para dar respuesta a las siguientes preguntas:

1. ¿Fueron los objetivos bien establecidos para el logro de la misión de CLAC?

2. ¿Cuánto se ha avanzado hacia los resultados/cambios deseados en los objetivos del Plan Estratégico 2019-2021 de CLAC? ¿qué factores internos y externos contribuyeron a los resultados/cambios observados?

3. ¿Dónde no se alcanzaron los resultados/cambios deseados en los objetivos del Plan Estratégico 2019-2021 de CLAC? ¿por qué sucedió esto? ¿qué factores internos y externos influyeron en los resultados?

4. ¿Ha sido pertinente el sistema de monitoreo para medir el progreso hacia los objetivos? ¿Cuáles son las buenas prácticas que considerar en el diseño y gestión de un sistema de monitoreo de un Plan Estratégico?

5. ¿Cuál ha sido el nivel de apropiación del Plan Estratégico 2019-2021 de CLAC por parte de sus diferentes estructuras?

6. ¿Cuáles son los principales aprendizajes del diseño, la gestión, monitoreo e implementación del Plan Estratégico 2019-2021 de CLAC?

§ Alcance y duración

La Evaluación de la Estrategia 2019-2021 de CLAC deberá incluir un análisis a lo interno de una muestra de las estructuras de la organización: Consejo de Directores, Comité de Vigilancia, Organizaciones de Pequeños(as) Productores(as), Organizaciones de Trabajadores(as), Coordinadoras Nacionales, Redes de Producto y equipo operativo. En el ámbito externo, se deberán considerar a otros actores del sistema Fairtrade y aliados estratégicos de CLAC.

La duración de esta consultoría debe ser máximo de 3 meses, se debe considerar trabajo de consultas a las estructuras de CLAC y trabajo de gabinete.

§ Metodología

El enfoque metodológico de la evaluación debe incorporar los siguientes elementos:

a) Uso de métodos mixtos de investigación, análisis cuantitativo y cualitativo

b) Enfoque participativo. Desde el desarrollo del reporte de inicio, se espera que se entrevisten a las partes interesadas para que la metodología y el plan detallado esté de acuerdo con las expectativas.

c) Enfoque de utilización para asegurar que las conclusiones y recomendaciones sean aplicables por las partes interesadas, asegurar la inclusión de diferentes perspectivas, la transparencia y objetividad en la evaluación.

d) Enfoque de equidad y perspectiva de género: considerar a poblaciones como mujeres, personas jóvenes y adultos vulnerables.

§ Entregables

La evaluación debe incluir los siguientes entregables:

Número

Entregable

Descripción

1

Informe de Inicio

Diseño de la evaluación: detalle de la metodología, herramientas y plan detallado de trabajo que se utilizarán para abordar la evaluación.

2

Informe borrador

El informe debe demostrar la integración de métodos y herramientas utilizadas para dar respuesta a los objetivos de la evaluación. Este informe se distribuye entre actores clave para recopilar retroalimentación.

3

Reporte Final

Reporte final máximo de 100 páginas, excluyendo apéndices. El reporte incluye un resumen ejecutivo, descripción de la metodología, análisis, resultados de la evaluación y recomendaciones.

4

Productos de Aprendizaje

Se trata de un resumen de hasta 10 páginas con resultados y recomendaciones clave

Una presentación/seminario para compartir formalmente los resultados con personal operativo de CLAC

Una infografía que capture los principales resultados y recomendaciones

5

Documentación Adicional

Documentación visual o gráfica que se hayan captado durante la evaluación

6

Conjunto de datos

Cualitativos y cuantitativos

7

Herramientas de colecta de datos

Herramientas de recolección de datos primarios utilizadas en la evaluación

§ Requisitos del consultor(a)

Número

DESCRIPCIÓN

Indispensable

Deseable

1

Experiencia de al menos 5 años, demostrable, de aplicación de visión sistémica en procesos de evaluación de planeación estratégica en organizaciones del sector del desarrollo

X

2

Amplia experiencia en uso de métodos mixtos de análisis

X

3

Habilidad demostrada para preparar informes técnicos y presentaciones orales de alta calidad ante diferentes públicos

X

4

Conocimiento del contexto y realidad de los(as) pequeños(as) productores(as) y trabajadores(as) en Latinoamérica y el Caribe

X

5

Experiencia de trabajos similares en Latinoamérica y el Caribe

X

6

Conocimiento de los principios y del enfoque de desarrollo y del Comercio Justo.

X

7

Amplia experiencia en el uso de herramientas virtuales de comunicación y facilitación adaptados a diferentes públicos

X

8

Amplia experiencia en el uso de herramientas de colecta de información

X

9

Inglés y portugués avanzado

X

§ Propuestas

Los interesados(as) deben presentar una propuesta técnica e identificar una lista completa de métodos y herramientas para cumplir con los objetivos de la evaluación. La propuesta debe incluir:

a) Enfoque metodológico detallado

b) Propuesta financiera (incluir impuestos de Ley y todos los gastos asociados a la consultoría)

c) Plan de trabajo y cronograma

d) En caso de tratarse de una firma consultora, detallar las funciones y composición del equipo consultor, incluyendo hojas de vida de los(as) involucrados(as)

e) Declaración de capacidad de organización (formato libre)

f) Referencias de trabajos similares

En virtud de la situación de emergencia sanitaria debido al COVID 19 y las limitaciones de movilidad en los territorios, se invita a los(as) interesados(as) a considerar en su propuesta métodos de colecta y herramientas tecnológicas virtuales adecuadas que aseguren el levantamiento de información con una diversidad de actores involucrados.

§ Cronograma de actividades

Número

Actividades

Responsables

Plazo

1

Envío de propuestas

Consultores(as)

Marzo 20, 2021

2

Notificación a consultor(a)/equipo seleccionado

CLAC

Segunda semana de abril, 2021

3

Firma de contrato

CLAC/Consultor(a) seleccionado

Abril

4

Reuniones de coordinación

CLAC/Consultor(a) seleccionado

Según contrato

5

Reporte de inicio

Consultor(a) seleccionado

Según contrato

6

Retroalimentación de reporte de inicio

CLAC

Según contrato

7

Recolección de datos

Consultor(a) seleccionado

Según contrato

8

Reporte borrador

Consultor(a) seleccionado

Según contrato

10

Retroalimentación de reporte borrador

CLAC

Según contrato

11

Reporte Final

Consultor(a) seleccionado

Según contrato

12

Productos de Aprendizaje

Consultor(a) seleccionado

Según contrato

13

Conjunto de datos

Consultor(a) seleccionado

Según contrato

En la primera reunión de coordinación se validará el cronograma de trabajo detallado

§ Condiciones de la Contratación

Esta consultoría está prevista para una duración de 3 meses contados a partir de la firma del contrato.

El pago se realizará de la siguiente manera:

Producto

Porcentaje

Firma del contrato y propuesta metodológica ajustada

20%

Instrumentos para recolección de información aprobados

30%

Primera versión del Reporte

Entrega de productos finales

Versión final de reporte aprobado

50%

§ Recepción de las aplicaciones

a) Con base en la revisión exhaustiva de los términos de referencia podrán enviar su propuesta técnica[1] y financiera[2] a la dirección electrónica: adquisiciones@clac-comerciojusto.org con el asunto: “*Evaluación del Plan Estratégico 2019-2021*” a más tardar el 20 de marzo de 2021

b) Los oferentes son responsables de asegurar que sus propuestas cumplan con los requerimientos técnicos especificados en este documento.

c) CLAC se reserva el derecho de terminar estos Términos de Referencia o modificar los requisitos de notificación a los oferentes.

[1] Se requiere como anexo máximo dos páginas de Hoja de Vida resumen por cada integrante del equipo consultor; así también un producto similar de otra consultoría como muestra del tipo de producto similar deseado en esta consultoría

[2] No hay formato establecido para las propuestas. El consultor será el responsable de todos los gastos logísticos de su equipo durante la consultoría; así también de su equipo de apoyo (encuestadores, digitadores, etc.). El equipo CLAC brindará soporte para procesos críticos como etapas de convocatoria y participación de actores involucrados.

How to apply:

Con base en la revisión exhaustiva de los términos de referencia podrán enviar su propuesta técnica y financiera a la dirección electrónica: adquisiciones@clac-comerciojusto.org con el asunto: “*Evaluación del Plan Estratégico 2019-2021*” a más tardar el 20 de marzo de 2021

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Campaign Associate - 2050 Pathways Platform

Fri, 05 Mar 2021 16:25:03 +0000

Countries: France, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Organization: European Climate Foundation
Closing date: 20 Mar 2021

About the European Climate Foundation

The European Climate Foundation (ECF) was founded in 2008 as a major philanthropic initiative to help tackle climate change by fostering the development of a low-carbon society at the national, European and global level.

We support over 300 partner organisations to carry out activities that contribute to the public debate on climate action, drive urgent and ambitious policy in support of the objectives of the Paris Agreement and help deliver a socially responsible transition to a net-zero emissions economy and sustainable society in Europe and around the world.

About the 2050 Pathways Platform

Launched at COP22 in November 2016, the 2050 Pathways Platform brings together countries, regions, cities and companies (its members) around the importance of long-term planning to maintain climate ambition (see 2050pathways.org for more information). In particular, it encourages countries to develop their long-term low-emission development strategies (as per Article 4.19 of the Paris Agreement). The Platform now supports a number of countries inside and outside its membership for the development of their long-term strategies (LTS), via funding for technical work, stakeholder engagement or process coordination. The Platform is also the Secretariat and animator of the Carbon Neutrality Coalition, a group of countries that decided to promote and lead by example on long-term plans towards net-zero emissions (the Coalition emerged as one of the outcomes of the One Planet Summit).

Context of the role

The International Group at the ECF is looking for an Associate to support the 2050 Pathways Platform Secretariat. This is an exciting opportunity for someone with an interest in helping countries transition towards decarbonization.

There is a growing need for all countries to adopt carbon neutrality targets to reach the objectives of the Paris Agreement, and carbon neutrality is expected to be a center piece of COP26 at the end of this year. The ECF will support dedicated work in key developing countries to aid the transition towards decarbonisation and adopt net zero goals. This work will support national organisations and coalitions to develop and execute campaigns and strategic activities around net zero emissions in these economies. These campaigns will highlight the growing public and political support for net zero as well as enable decision-makers to adopt net zero commitments, including through long-term strategies and compatible NDCs under the Paris Agreement.

Key responsibilities

The Associate will work in close cooperation with other team members on the following:

  • Grant making and management: Soliciting and evaluating proposals from potential partners particularly campaigns focused proposals; engaging with grantees and partners to design their campaign strategy and help monitor as well as evaluate progress and impacts of the grants; act as a liaison to external partners.

  • Scoping and network building: Support scoping and network building in priority geographies to identify new grantees and partners that are engaged in advocacy and campaigning.

  • Strategy development and implementation: The Associate will contribute to the broader strategy development of the programme including ensuring synergies and alignment across different strands of work within ECF.

  • Political outreach: Support in managing the secretariat activities of the Carbon Neutrality Coalition including but not limited to arranging regular meetings of the coalition members, developing agenda for the meeting, scoping international opportunities for coalition members to engage.

  • Strategic communications: Working alongside the team, support in developing and delivery of strategic communication tools be deployed towards raising greater awareness around net zero.

Experience and competencies

  • At least 3-5 years of relevant work experience in either a civil society organisation, philanthropy, government, or an international organisation.

  • A degree in a relevant area: e.g., climate policy, international relations, strategic communications.

  • Previous experience in: developing and executing campaigns particularly on climate change, working in a developing country context, strategic communications including engaging with media, or journalism is a plus.

  • Ability to translate complex issues into simple, digestible language in a variety of formats.

  • Experience in stakeholder management and/or group animation.

  • Genuine interest in the mission and values of the organisation, and in supporting the transition of developed and developing country to net-zero greenhouse gas emission economies.

  • Excellent command of English (both spoken and written) and any additional UN language a plus.

  • Enthusiastic personality, ability to work independently, and a sense of humour.

What we offer
  • The unique opportunity to work as part of a highly dynamic, international group of individuals who combine their passion to make a difference with a rigorous and results-oriented approach to work.

  • A flexible work environment and a space to develop and challenge yourself.

  • A full-time contract – details may change depending on location.

Location(s)

Paris, London

Start date

As soon as possible

How to apply:

How to apply

Please upload your cover letter and CV (both in English) at this link: https://cezanneondemand.intervieweb.it/europeanclimate/jobs/campaign_assoc...

All applications will be treated confidentially. We will store your information in our internal database unless you specifically request otherwise.

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Associate-2050 Pathways

Fri, 05 Mar 2021 16:23:55 +0000

Countries: France, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Organization: European Climate Foundation
Closing date: 20 Mar 2021

About the European Climate Foundation

The European Climate Foundation is a Dutch-registered philanthropic organisation which helps deliver a socially responsible transition to a sustainable economy in Europe and around the world. Adhering to the core elements of strategic philanthropy, ECF’s approach is anchored in an intense dialogue on values, strategies and impact with partners and stakeholders. The ECF supports organisations and activities that improve lives, influence the public debate on climate action and facilitate urgent and ambitious policy in line with the objectives of the Paris Agreement.

The European Climate Foundation (ECF) was founded in 2008 as a major philanthropic initiative to help tackle climate change by fostering the development of a low-carbon society at the national, European and global level.

We support over 300 partner organisations to carry out activities that contribute to the public debate on climate action, drive urgent and ambitious policy in support of the objectives of the Paris Agreement and help deliver a socially responsible transition to a net-zero emissions economy and sustainable society in Europe and around the world.

About the 2050 Pathways Platform

Launched at COP22 in November 2016, the 2050 Pathways Platform brings together countries, regions, cities and companies (its members) around the importance of long-term planning to maintain climate ambition (see 2050pathways.org for more information). In particular, it encourages countries to develop their long-term low-emission development strategies (as per Article 4.19 of the Paris Agreement). The Platform now supports a number of countries for the development of their long-term strategies (LTS), via funding for technical work, stakeholder engagement, and process coordination. The Platform is also the Secretariat and animator of the Carbon Neutrality Coalition, a group of frontrunner countries on long- term plans towards net-zero emissions.

The Platform also develops and curates knowledge on LTS and provides a collective safe space for its members and partners working on LTS, during events at UNFCCC meetings and its Annual Meeting. It works in close cooperation with the UNFCCC Secretariat, several bilateral and multilateral donors including multilateral development banks.

Context of the role

The 2050 Pathways Platform is launching a major project to support small and medium-size developing countries towards the elaboration of the long-term low-emission development strategies. Supported by Germany’s International Climate Initiative (IKI), this two-year programme consists of: selecting the geographies of operation (across Africa and Asia), initiating the process of developing a long-term vision and preparing ground in the selected countries for the elaboration of long-term low-emission development strategies.

Key responsibilities

The associate will work in close cooperation with the Executive Director and the Director for Strategy in particularly within selected Asian and African countries on the following:

  • Research: Conduct political and economic secondary research on countries to evaluate their existing policies and programmes that are relevant to long-term planning.

  • Political outreach:Establish relations with relevant government agencies and individuals in order to initiate activities on long-term strategy.

  • Project and grant management: Coordinate and manage grants and activities of implementing partners for the project, prepare relevant reporting for the grant to comply with monitoring and evaluation guidelines of IKI, coordinate the project team within the 2050 Pathways Platform Secretariat.

  • Support activities of 2050 Pathways: Lead in the organisation of the 2050 Pathways Platform’s Annual Meeting; draft and publish the Platform’s monthly newsletter; maintain the Platform’s website, including to reflect activities of the IKI project.

Requirements

Experience and competencies

  • At least 4- 5 years of relevant work experience in either a civil society organisation, philanthropy, government, or an international organisation.

  • A masters degree in relevant areas: climate policy, international relations, energy economics, or policy science.

  • Previous experience of working with developing countries.

  • Previous experience with project management and coordination.

  • Experience in communication with high-level officials.

  • Genuine interest in the mission and values of the organisation, and in supporting the transition of developed and developing country to net-zero greenhouse gas emission economies.

  • Excellent command of English (both spoken and written) and another language.

  • Experience in group animation or public speaking.

  • Computer skills (Word, Powerpoint, Excel, OneNote, Teams).

  • Enthusiastic personality and a sense of humour.

Other information

What we offer

  • The unique opportunity to work as part of a highly dynamic, international group of individuals who combine their passion to make a difference with a rigorous and results-oriented approach to work.

  • A flexible work environment and a space to develop and challenge yourself.

  • A full-time contract – details may change depending on location.

Location

Paris, London

Start date

As soon as possible

How to apply

Please upload your cover letter and CV (both in English!).

All applications will be treated confidentially.We will store your information in our internal database unless you specifically request otherwise.

How to apply:

How to apply

Please upload your cover letter and CV (both in English!) at this link: https://cezanneondemand.intervieweb.it/europeanclimate/jobs/associate2050_...

All applications will be treated confidentially.We will store your information in our internal database unless you specifically request otherwise.

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CONSULTORIA PROCESOS Y POLITICAS INCLUSIVAS

Fri, 05 Mar 2021 16:23:35 +0000

Organization: Handicap International - Humanity & Inclusion
Closing date: 10 Mar 2021

Objetivo general:

Proporcionar Asistencia Técnica Especializada en el análisis de la Acción Humanitaria y Gobernanza Inclusiva, respecto a los procesos organizacionales del PMA en Colombia.

Objetivos específicos :

1) Realizar un análisis de los documentos claves que determinan los procesos de Planeación Estrategia, Políticas, Participación, Rendición de cuentas, así como el monitoreo y evaluación de los procesos organizacionales del PMA en el marco de la inclusión de la discapacidad.

2) Evaluar las barreras y facilitadores institucionales que se evidencian en los documentos claves de la Organización.

3) Proponer una estrategia de transversalización de la inclusión en términos de interseccionalidad con otros factores identitarios de la población beneficiaria del WFP.

4) Efectuar una triangulación de los resultados de Accesibilidad Física y de Comunicaciones, con los aportes del análisis Organizacional elaborado por esta consultoría.

5) Proporcionar recomendaciones en relación a ajustes razonables y acciones de mediano y largo plazo que responden a las necesidades identificadas y que serán incorporadas en el plan de acción para la implementación de la estrategia UNDIS en el WFP.

6) Realizar sesión de sensibilización y concientización de los temas de Acción Humanitaria y Gobernanza Inclusiva.

PRINCIPALES ACTIVIDADES

La consultoría se ejecutará durante 1,5 meses a partir de la firma del contrato , con posibilidad de ampliación en tiempo sin previa coordinación con el donante. El / la consultor (a) propondrá en su propuesta un plan de trabajo inicial.

Etapas propuestas:

1) Reunión inicial sobre objetivos de la consultoría.

2) Propuesta del plan de trabajo con herramientas de investigación.

3) Revisión documental.

4) Trabajo de campo

5) Reuniones de coordinación para la articulación de productos con los demás componentes del proyecto.

6) Elaboración y presentación de los productos solicitados.

7) Retroalimentación del análisis de resultados.

8) Revisión y entrega de versiones finales de metodología y herramienta.

9) Participación en el taller de presentación del informe final.

Producto

Documento que contenga Plan de Acción y Metodología de trabajo. Semana 1

Ajuste de formatos de evaluación documental y entrevistas correspondientes. Semana 2

Documento de análisis de la Acción Humanitaria y Gobernanza Inclusiva, respecto a los procesos organizacionales del WFP en Colombia. Semana 2 y 3

Documento con la estrategia de transversalización de la inclusión en términos de interseccionalidad con otros factores identitarios de la población beneficiaria del WFP. Semana 3

Documento que contenga la triangulación de los resultados de Accesibilidad Física y de Comunicaciones, con los aportes del análisis Organizacional elaborado por esta Consultoría. Semana 4

Diseño metodológico de la sesión de concientización en Acción Humanitaria y Gobernanza Inclusiva. Semana 5

Informe final con recomendaciones y ajustes razonables a realizado para la implementación de la estrategia UNDIS en el WFP Colombia. Semana 6

REQUISITOS

Certificaciones / experiencia mínima requerida:

Ø Experiencia en procesos organizacionales de inclusión.

Ø Conocimientos en Acción Humanitaria y Gobernanza Inclusiva.

Ø Experiencia en elaboración de investigaciones en el área de discapacidad, inclusión y derechos humanos.

Ø Experiencia y conocimiento del tema de discapacidad con enfoque diferencial e interseccionalidad.

Ø Experiencia en acciones pedagógicas de sensibilización y concientización en temas de discapacidad e inclusión.

Ø Conocimiento en marcos legales y Normas Técnicas Colombianas NTC aplicables a la Consultoría.

Competencias:

  • Buenas habilidades de comunicación y escritura en español, incluido aptitud para hablar en público y grupos.
  • Capacidad de establecer y mantener buenas relaciones de trabajo con personas en distintos niveles, de diferentes culturas y funcionalidades.
  • Capacidad de liderazgo y resolución de problemas, con empatía, diplomacia y paciencia.
  • Sensibilidad cultural, sobre diversidad, de género, religión, raza, nacionalidad y edad así como capacidad de adaptación.
  • Compromiso con la misión, la visión y los valores de HI.

Tipo de contratación:

Consultoría.

Duración:

1,5 meses a partir de la firma del contrato.

Presupuesto asignado a la Consultoría:

$ 6´000.000 COP

Lugar de ejecución:

Bogotá y virtualmente con otras sedes de WFP.

How to apply:

Las propuestas deberán incluir :

Ø Hoja de vida del consultor ( máximo 5 páginas )

Ø Propuesta técnica y metodológica (incluyendo plan de acción) para llevar a cabo a cabo a cabo la consultoría ( máximo 3 páginas )

Ø Las referencias de experiencias similares previas que haya realizado.

Como postular:

Para postular su candidatura debe enviar su propuesta al correo electrónico convocatorias@colombia.hi.org , el cual será recibido con fecha límite de 10 de marzo del 2021.

Indicar en el asunto del mensaje: Consultoría CONSULTORIA PROCESOS Y POLITICAS INCLUSIVAS.

Importante:

Todas las aplicaciones serán tratadas con la más estricta confidencialidad. Un compromiso con la misión, la visión y los valores que promueve HI es indispensable. HI al ser una organización que promueve la inserción laboral de las personas con discapacidad, alienta a este grupo de personas a aplicar para esta posición.

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Operations Manager – Nord Kivu _H/F

Fri, 05 Mar 2021 16:23:32 +0000

Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo
Organization: Handicap International - Humanity & Inclusion
Closing date: 15 Mar 2021

« Indignés face à l’injustice que vivent les personnes handicapées et les populations vulnérables, nous aspirons à un monde solidaire et inclusif, où toutes les différences nous enrichissent et où chacun peut vivre debout. »

Handicap International / Humanity & Inclusion (HI) est une association de solidarité internationale indépendante et impartiale, qui intervient dans les situations de pauvreté et d’exclusion, de conflits et de catastrophes. Œuvrant aux côtés des personnes handicapées et vulnérabilisées, elle agit et témoigne pour répondre à leurs besoins essentiels et améliorer leurs conditions de vie. Elle s’engage à promouvoir le respect de leur dignité et de leurs droits fondamentaux. Depuis sa création en 1982, HI a mis en place des programmes de développement dans plus de 60 pays et intervient dans de nombreuses situations d’urgence. Aujourd'hui, nous avons un budget d'environ 150 millions d'euros, avec 3500 employés dans le monde.

HI est engagée dans une politique d’emploi en faveur des travailleurs handicapés.

Retrouvez plus d’informations sur l’association : www.hi.org.

CONTEXTE DE LA MISSION :

En réponse aux besoins et dans le cadre de son expertise technique, HI intervient en RDC depuis 1995 dans de nombreux secteurs et est un acteur reconnu dans l’assistance humanitaire et le domaine logistique à l’Est de la RDC.

  • A Kinshasa sont mis en place des projets pluriannuels de développement sur les thématiques de la Réadaptation, de la Santé Maternelle et Infantile, la Sécurité Routière, l’Appui aux Associations et l’Education Inclusive.

  • Au Kasaï-Central, initialement engagé dans des activités de développement HI intervient depuis la crise de 2016 sur des projets de Sécurité Alimentaire en partenariat avec ACF.

  • Au Nord-Kivu, HI intervient actuellement en support logistique (projet PLATEFORME stockage et transport d’intrants humanitaires, projet SIGNAL d’analyse des vulnérabilités logistiques) aux acteurs humanitaires, en Réhabilitation d’infrastructures routières et sur un Projet visant à rendre l’action humanitaire plus inclusive des personnes à risque de discrimination.

L’année 2021 sera consacrée également à la mise à jour de la stratégie pluriannuelle du Programme RDC, avec des réflexions axées notamment sur les capacités de réponse d’urgence, le positionnement stratégique sur le NEXUS, et l’amélioration de l’accès aux soins et services de réadaptation dans l’Est de la RDC.

VOTRE MISSION :

Sous la responsabilité du Directeur Programme basé à Kinshasa :

  • Vous accompagnez la bonne réalisation des activités programmatiques.
  • Vous assurez la bonne clôture des projets en cours tout en assurant la prospection d’opportunités de financement et le développement de proposition de projets avec l’appui du Comité Exécutif et du siège de HI.
  • Vous jouez un rôle clef dans la contribution à la nouvelle stratégie opérationnelle 2021-2024 du programme RDC.
  • Vous assurez la pérennité de la présence de HI dans la zone en proposant de nouvelles activités, en lien avec le mandat et l’expertise de HI.
  • Détaché(e) du reste du Comité Exécutif (COMEX), vous le représentez au niveau local, en lien avec la Security Manager et le Logistics Manager également présents à Goma. A cet égard, vous êtes également le responsable de la gestion de la sécurité sur la zone d’intervention couverte depuis la base de Goma. En tant que membre du COMEX, vous assurez une communication permanente avec l’ensemble de l’équipe de coordination et les Operations Managers des autres bases.
  • Vous représentez HI auprès des autorités et partenaires humanitaires (ONGs, société civile, plateformes de coordinations), et sur délégation du Directeur Programme auprès des bailleurs présents à Goma.
  • Enfin, vous assurez le management des équipes projets dans leur ensemble, accompagnant les chefs de projets dans la capitalisation de leurs compétences.
  • Vous managez en direct 3 chefs de projet.

L’équipe Nord Kivu représente 43 collaborateurs, pour un budget total annuel de 600 000 dollars.

VOTRE PROFIL

  • Vous avez au moins 1 ans d'expérience sur un poste similaire, en coordination terrain, et de l’expérience dans des contextes d’urgence/post urgence, dans des contextes de sécurité volatile

  • Vous partagez la vision, le mandat, les valeurs et la stratégie de HI

  • Vous maitrisez la gestion du cycle de projet et les procédures bailleurs

  • Vous avez de bonnes capacités rédactionnelles en français et en anglais (bailleur US)

  • Vous faites preuves d’un excellent relationnel et de capacité de leadership notamment dans des situations interculturelles

CONDITIONS :

Chez HI, les conditions de départ sont à la hauteur de votre engagement et adaptées au contexte de votre mission. Une attention particulière est portée aux questions de santé et à votre situation personnelle : https://bit.ly/3eT94CY

Pour connaître notre parcours d’intégration et de formation, et notre politique de mobilité, cliquez ici : https://bit.ly/2Ixfax2

  • Contrat International de 24 mois à compter idéalement du 1er avril 2021
  • Le contrat international permet une couverture sociale adaptée aux besoins de chacun

    • **Assurance chômage prélevée uniquement pour les ressortissants de l’UE
    • Assurance retraite adaptée à la situation de nos collaborateurs.
    • Couverture santé, rapatriement, prévoyance prises en charge par HI et par l’employé
  • Salaire : à partir de 2750 € brut/mois selon expérience professionnelle

  • Perdiem : 579 € net/mois – versé en monnaie locale sur le terrain

  • Hardship : 250 € net/mois

  • Congés payés : 25 jours par an ; R&R : Niveau 2 : 5 jours tous les 3 mois + prise en charge éventuelle transport/forfait.

  • Poste : non accompagné

    • Prise en charge des frais de transport, de visas et de transport de vos effets personnels (dès 12 mois)
    • A partir de 12 mois de mission une allocation enfant de 100 € versée à partir de 2 enfants à charge
  • Logement : Collectif pris en charge par H

SPECIFICITES/PARTICULARITES DU POSTE :

Les conditions de vie sont bonnes à Goma avec la présence d’une importante communauté humanitaire et quelques opportunités d’activités extraprofessionnelles. Les conditions de sécurité en ville sont actuellement bonnes même si persiste une petite criminalité urbaine.

La province du Nord-Kivu, hors ville de Goma, est la proie à de nombreux conflits qui persistent depuis plus de 20 ans. Les incidents de sécurité sont nombreux et contraignent le bon déploiement des activités des acteurs humanitaires.

How to apply:

Uniquement en ligne en joignant CV et Lettre de motivation via le lien suivant :

http://www.jobs.net/j/JtMWfrvi...

Les demandes seront traitées de façon continue, n’attendez pas pour postuler !

Seules les candidatures retenues seront contactées

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Evidence Advisor

Fri, 05 Mar 2021 16:23:21 +0000

Country: Kenya
Organization: Options Consultancy Services
Closing date: 16 Mar 2021
Company Description

Options Consultancy Services Limited was established in 1992 and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Marie Stopes International. We are a consultancy organisation providing technical and management expertise in the health and social sectors to governments and international development partners to transform the health of women and children. We provide information, expertise and influence to governments, health workers, NGOs and businesses to catalyse change so that health services can be accessed by the people who need them most.

Evidence for Action–MamaYe (www.MamaYe.org) is a programme managed by Options Consultancy Services aiming to improve reproductive, maternal, new born, child and adolescent health (RMNCAH) outcomes through a combined focus on evidence, advocacy and accountability in several sub-Saharan African countries.

E4A-MamaYe acts as a catalyst for action, using evidence strategically to generate political commitment, strengthen accountability and improve planning and decision making at sub-national and national levels.

In Kenya, we support civil society coalitions, Maternal and Perinatal Death Surveillance and Response (MPDSR) Committees, and Technical Working Groups, to strengthen their capacity to use evidence to advocate and make decisions that improve Reproductive, Maternal, New born, Child and Adolescent Health (RMNCAH) outcomes in Bungoma and Nairobi counties, with linkages to the national level. The focus of the current implementation is to build sustainability of our approaches so that coalitions, committees and working groups are equipped with the knowledge, tools and resources to operate independently, identify priorities and develop strategies to achieve progress.

Position

As Evidence Advisor you are responsible for overseeing project monitoring, evaluation and learning, and supporting the effective design and implementation of interventions that aim to achieve use of quality evidence for informed action to improve MNH services. The post holder will provide technical support and skills to county government health structures and civil society coalitions to enhance the use of data for decision-making and linking quality of care data to the national and county planning and budgeting processes. S/he will lead in tracking of programme progress through the results framework to ensure the achievement of milestones and indicators

S/he will also quality-assure the evidence-related work across E4A Mama Ye including providing guidance and support to the teams on evidence related capacity strengthening activities.

This position is line managed by the E4A Kenya Country Lead and will be based in Options’ office in Nairobi, Kenya.

Requirements

To succeed in this role, you will have:

  • Master’s degree in public health, M&E, demography, epidemiology, health management or related field
  • At least eight years’ work experience, with significant experience in the provision of technical assistance including remote support;
  • Experience of working within the health system in Kenya, specifically in the area of RMNCAH
  • Experience analysing quality of care data and supporting its use in advocacy and accountability efforts;
  • Experience working with data from DHIS2, including MPDSR data (ability to navigate the system; understand the challenges; and downloading data required for further analysis)
  • Strong understanding of using evidence for accountability to facilitate change;
  • Strong analytic skills for health systems data;
  • Skills in health budget analysis and budget tracking
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills with a demonstrable ability to present complex concepts in easy to understand language for a range of audiences;
  • Sound monitoring evaluation skills, including the collection and analysis of programme data
  • Highly proactive with strong initiative. Able to drive work forward independently and in strong collaboration with a team
Other information
  • Options is an equal opportunities employer
  • Our organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and post holders to share this commitment.
  • We seek people who are pro-choice, energetic and enthusiastic about Options’ vision.
  • Overseas candidates require a valid Kenya work permit.
How to apply:
  • To apply, please fill in the form here
  • Closing date for applications is: 16 March 2021
  • Please note that this role will be subject to full pre-employment background checks including criminal record check, identification check, employment references and right to work verification (where appropriate).

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Deputy Director General - Research

Fri, 05 Mar 2021 16:22:56 +0000

Country: Egypt
Organization: International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas
Closing date: 14 Mar 2021

About ICARDA

The International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) is an international autonomous, non-profit, research organization supported by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR).

ICARDA mission is to reduce poverty, enhance food, water and nutritional security, as well as environmental health in the face of global challenges including climate change. We provide innovative science-based solutions to improve the livelihoods and resilience of resource-poor in the non-tropical dry areas. We do this through innovative science, strategic partnerships, linking research to development and capacity development that take into account gender equality and the role of youth in transforming the dry areas.

ICARDA works in partnership with governments, universities, civil society, national agricultural research organization, other CGIAR research Centers, and the private sector. With its temporary Headquarters in Beirut, Lebanon, ICARDA operates in regional and country offices across Africa, Asia and the Middle East. For more information: www.icarda.org

Purpose of the position

ICARDA is in the process of implementing an exciting program of organizational change in the context of One CGIAR where its research teams and country/regional programs will play a renewed role in Research for Development in the Drylands of Africa and Asia. In this context, ICARDA is looking for a dynamic and inspiring research leader who will play a critical contribution in the new course of organizational growth. She or he will have exceptional capacity to motivate, manage and lead teams of different disciplines and multiple cultures in order to deliver high-quality research outputs and development outcomes. Guided by ICARDA’s 2017 – 2026 strategy and CGIAR R4D strategy, the Deputy Director-General for Research (DDG-R) will provide scientific and managerial leadership in setting priorities, planning, implementing, and monitoring a cohesive research agenda aligned with the organization’s strategic direction and results framework.

Main responsibilities

Working closely with the Director General, the Research Teams leaders, the Country Managers and the members of the Senior Management Team, the Deputy Director-General for Research will have the following key responsibilities:

  • Provide scientific and management leadership in planning, implementing, and monitoring a cohesive research for development agenda aligned with the organization’s strategic direction and results framework.
  • Establish research priorities and ensure coordination and maximum synergies across ICARDA’s research teams and country programs, in collaboration with CGIAR Science Groups and Initiatives.
  • Ensure Excellence in Science, develop relevant performance indicators and report on related progress and achievements.
  • Develop and manage ICARDA’s overall research-for-development budget in collaboration with research team leaders, research platform leaders, country managers and the Director of Finance.
  • Effectively engage with the CGIAR Science Groups and Initiatives leaders to build complementarity and synergistic approaches with the portfolio of bilateral projects of ICARDA.
  • Advocate and advance ICARDA’s and the CGIAR research agenda and overall positioning with key stakeholders, donor partners, and in international meetings and fora.
  • Develop processes and tools to stimulate innovative scientific thinking amongst scientists and to ensure excellence in science, and build the capacity to develop and submit high-quality research proposals.
  • Identify opportunities for new research initiatives and play a key role in resource mobilization efforts, in collaboration with the Partnerships and Grants team leader, from traditional and non-traditional sources, including the development of strong partnerships with NGOs and the private sector.
  • Lead, in collaboration with the MEL team leader, the further development of an effective monitoring and evaluation system to ensure that ICARDA meets its research for development targets and, ultimately, impact.
  • Lead, in collaboration, with the Capacity Development team leader, the strategy of ICARDA in terms of training and capacity development in the countries and organizations its serves.
  • Lead, in collaboration with the Communications team leader, the strategy of ICARDA in terms of communication.
  • Nurture a culture of teamwork, empowerment, collaboration, and performance for results.
  • As a member of the Senior Management Team, the DDG-R will assist the Director General with the effective management of the Center.

Requirements

  • PhD in a discipline of agricultural, natural or social sciences relevant for ICARDA’s research portfolio.
  • At least 15 years’ experience in research and research management, with a track record of effectively leading multidisciplinary research programs, including in developing countries.
  • An established reputation and strong credibility as a leading scientist in a discipline of relevance for ICARDA, demonstrated by a track record of achievements, high-level publications or patents;
  • Experience in working in partnership with research institutions in developing countries.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively build, lead and manage diverse teams of talented scientists from different disciplines and cultures.
  • Proven record in building partnerships for research and lead role in resources mobilization at scale for research delivery is essential.
  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills, including gender and cultural sensitivity, to build effective working relationships within and outside the organization.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication in English.

  • In-depth knowledge and understanding of the critical role of agricultural research in addressing the global development challenges of poverty, food and nutrition security, climate change and environmental degradation, with particular focus on non-tropical dry areas.

  • Proven capacity to lead and manage across the entire Research-for-Development continuum, with in-depth knowledge of designing research programs with clear impact pathway.

Desirable

  • Knowledge of Arabic or French
  • Knowledge of the CGIAR.

Essential qualities

  • Personal integrity and credibility
  • Entrepreneurial flair and strategic thinking

  • High levels of energy and strategic thinking

  • Ability to inspire and enthuse others

  • Ability to nurture and facilitate innovation and teamwork in a multidisciplinary and multicultural environment

  • Values the sharing of information and continuous improvement in a cooperative atmosphere of constructive evaluation and learning, and commitment to staff development.

  • Belief and commitment to the mission, vision and work of ICARDA

  • Willingness and ability to travel extensively.

Benefits

This is an internationally recruited senior position for which ICARDA offers an attractive compensation package, including a competitive salary, housing allowance, non-contributory retirement plan, medical insurance and leave provisions. All benefits are denominated and paid in US Dollars. The successful candidate will be offered an initial renewable contract of 3 years. Confirmation of the contract is subject to a probationary period of one year.

How to apply:

Please apply online Deputy Director General - Research - ICARDA workable.com and by forwarding your curriculum vitae and cover letter to icarda-dgo@cgiar.org by 14 March 2021.Applications will still be considered until the position is filled.

*ICARDA is committed to increasing women representation in its workforce and strongly encourages applications from qualified women. Applications will be acknowledged, but only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.**

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Chief of Party

Fri, 05 Mar 2021 16:20:19 +0000

Countries: Lebanon, Syrian Arab Republic
Organization: Caritas Austria
Closing date: 21 Mar 2021

Based in: Beirut, Lebanon, with regular travel to Syria and occasional travel to Vienna, Austria

Starting date: 1 May 2021

Contract duration: 1 year, contingent upon award of funding

Project Overview

Since the beginning of the crisis in Syria 2011, Caritas Austria, with its partners, has provided humanitarian assistance in Syria and neighboring countries. Today, our work concentrates on providing basic assistance, education, and livelihoods support to the most vulnerable communities inside Syria.

Since 2019, Caritas has been implementing a DG ECHO funded program inside Syria to provide life-saving and life-sustaining assistance using cash as core modality. A second phase of the program, which is still contingent upon award of funding, expands the scope of activities and addresses 1. basic needs gaps through provision of multipurpose cash transfers (including cash for winter), 2. emergency needs caused by sudden onset displacement or other emergencies trough first line emergency response, 3. protection needs through case management and individual protection assistance, and provides 4. emergency livelihoods opportunities through business development support.

Duties and Responsibilities

Caritas Austria seeks a qualified Chief of Party (CoP) with a proven track record of successfully implementing large, institutionally-funded humanitarian aid projects. The position is still contingent upon award of funding.

The CoP will be responsible for ensuring that the operational management of the program complies with donor agreements, humanitarian principles, professional quality standards, and Caritas Austria’s internal regulations and policies. The CoP chairs the action’s steering committee which brings together representatives of consortium partners, and is the primary liaison with field-based donor representatives. The action foresees establishment of technical working groups staffed by technical advisors and representatives of consortium members, aimed at ensuring harmonized implementation and MEAL across partners, and proactive coordination with and contribution to sector working groups and developments.

Specifically, the CoP will have the following duties:

1. Consortium Lead (60%)

  • Overall leadership for the action, ensuring adherence to project documents, contracts, budget, and work plan

  • Establish and maintain a good partnership and working relationship with all consortium partners based on trust, mutual support and Caritas partnership principles

  • Responsible for the overall planning, implementation, coordination, administration, revision, and financial management of the project, as well as the achievement of objectives stated in the action’s logical framework

  • Responsible for managing Caritas Austria’s project team comprising field, technical, and finance staff

  • Oversee proper reporting, financial management, and compliance of other consortium partners in line with DG ECHO requirements

  • Ensure that support functions and technical leads of consortium partners as defined are contributing to the overall implementation and quality of the action

  • Ensure proactive coordination, exchange and collaboration with Caritas Austria’s head office and relevant departments involved in management of the action (incl. responsible persons in the Finance Department and Institutional Partners& Project Support Department)

  • Ensure timely and comprehensive reporting of the program towards the project’s steering committee but also to DG ECHO based on set timelines and requirements

  • Ensure and facilitate technical coordination among consortium partners through the technical leads

  • Oversee alignment to communication and visibility commitments and responsibilities across all consortium partners

2. Donor Liaison (10%)

  • Serve as principal contact point for DG ECHO’s field office in Beirut, and deliver formal and informal briefings, monthly and quarterly progress reports, etc.

  • Ensure proactive engagement and exchange with DG ECHO on technical and strategic focus areas of the action

3. Coordination (5%)

  • Coordinate with authorities, donors, Network Partners and sector stakeholders to ensure complementarity and alignment with country and sector standards

  • Represent the programs’ consortium at national, regional and international forums, and share information about project achievements and lessons learned within the consortium and the wider Syria crisis response environment

  • Contribute to and facilitate harmonization efforts in the different focus areas of the action jointly with the respective technical leads of the consortium

4. Implementation (25%)

  • Lead implementation for one of the local implementing partners covering cash assistance, protection and livelihoods activities

  • Ensure that the local implementing partner receives backstopping and guidance for Caritas Austria’s implementation share through support provided by the CoP or other Caritas Austria project staff

  • Provide support and guidance as needed to Caritas Austria’s Livelihoods Technical Advisor to ensure that Caritas Austria’s fulfills its role as technical lead in livelihoods

  • Supervise and manage all Caritas Austria project staff working on the action by creating an environment built on trust and teamwork

Qualifications

  • EU citizen and/or able to enter into a formal employment relationship with Caritas Austria

  • Resident of, or willing to relocate to, Lebanon (which at present is considered a non-family duty station)

  • Ability to travel to Syria on a frequent basis

  • Minimum of 6 years of experience in managing large, complex projects in humanitarian contexts

  • Minimum of 4 years of senior project leadership experience, including people and partnership management

  • Experience with DG ECHO-funded projects and solid knowledge of DG ECHO’s administrative and reporting requirements

  • Trained and experienced in implementing cash-based humanitarian aid interventions

  • Academic degree in International Development, Development Economics, or a related field from an accredited academic institution

  • Significant work experience in crisis contexts; experience in the Syria crisis response/ MENA region is a plus

  • Excellent communication, representation, and networking skills

  • Strong inter-personal skills and experience in building a positive working environment across different partners

  • Experience in liaising with senior representatives of partners, donors, stakeholders, and authorities

  • Strong organizational, administration and reporting skills

  • Fluency in English; proficiency in Arabic is preferred

  • Ability to work in a dynamic context and high level of flexibility to meet tight and shifting deadlines

  • Ability to travel, when/where possible

  • Strong commitment to the principles and mission of Caritas Internationalis

  • Ability to strictly adhere to safety and security protocols

How to apply:

Kindly submit your CV and cover letter to bewerbung.katastrophen@caritas-austria.at, latest on 21 March 2021. The subject line of your email shall read ‘Application CoP Syria’.

Caritas Austria is committed to equal employment opportunities. We encourage anyone who fulfils the above criteria to apply – irrespective of age, gender, or religious, sexual, or ethnic affiliation.

Within Caritas Austria there is no space for exploitation, abuse, discrimination, or corruption. The successful candidate will be required to submit a criminal record extract and to sign and adhere to Caritas Austria’s Code of Conduct and Safeguarding Policy.

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Communications Associate

Fri, 05 Mar 2021 16:16:49 +0000

Organization: XOESE The Francophone Women's Fund
Closing date: 21 Mar 2021

Are you passionate about women's rights and have proven experience in coordinating and implementing communications activities? Are you interested in supporting the initiatives of Francophone women’s organizations by putting your knowledge and experience to their service? Are you bilingual (French/English)? If so, you may be the ideal candidate that XOESE, the Francophone Women's Fund is looking for. To apply, please send your application before March 21st 2021 to emplois@xoese.org. Applications will be reviewed as we receive them.

Job title: Communications Associate

Location: Lomé, Togo or home-based

Application deadline: March 21st at midnight UTC (or until post is filled)

Start date: Immediately or latest by June 21st

Type of contract: Consultancy

Languages required: French, English

I / ABOUT XOESE

XOESE, the Francophone Women’s Fund is a feminist foundation created on September 1, 2015. Its objectives are to:

· Provide financial support for the implementation of initiatives promoting the rights of women, young women and girls;

· Strengthen the institutional capacities of women’s and young women’s organizations;

· Encourage and support innovative initiatives for the empowerment of women’s and young women’s organizations.

Its secretariat is based in Lomé, Togo. But XOESE’s staff is made up of employees and volunteers based at headquarters or at home.

Its coverage area includes in total the 25 French-speaking countries of the Great South. The XOESE Fund will complete its grant-making and capacity building activities for women’s and young women’s organizations within those countries.

II / JOB SUMMARY

The Communications Associate will play a strategic role in key aspects of XOESE’s communications work to ensure the story of the Fund and the Francophone Global South women’s movements are told in a powerful, engaging, and consistent way. The Associate supports the coordination and implementation of the communication activities in different parts of XOESE’s work. **

The Associate will be supervised by the Resource Mobilization and Communications Officer (RM&C Officer) and will work closely with members of the Programs Team.

III/ TASKS & RESPONSIBILITIES

Communications

· Contribute to the development, planning and implementation of communication strategies.**

· Maintain XOESE’s online media platforms (website, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram) and ensure information is posted regularly, correctly and in a way that is user friendly and attractive.

· Maintain XOESE’s contact lists and directories.

· Assist in developing guidelines to support and empower staff, grantee partners, members, and advisors in their communication work.

· Draft media releases and media kit development.

· Manage XOESE’s image database.

· Assist in the creation and distribution of Annual Reports and other major publications.

· Record, review and update the Fund’s communication strategies.

Digital engagement and content generation

· Produce original online content (i.e. videos, infographics, photos) that engages audience segments and leads to measurable action such as awareness-raising, fundraising, list-building, etc.

· Assist in organizing virtual events such as webinars, online discussions, google hangouts, etc.

· Create and distribute emails, including newsletters.

· Cultivate relationships with key media outlets including journalists and bloggers to increase XOESE’s reach and amplify the work of francophone feminist and women’s and young women’s rights activists and organizations from the Global South.

Other related tasks

· Contribute to the organization of events and provide logistical support as needed.**

· Travel and represent XOESE at meetings as needed. **

· Other duties as assigned.**

V / QUALIFICATIONS

The incumbent must be convinced of the mission and vision of the Fund and be committed to respecting its values ​​and contributing to achieving its objectives. She/he must have:

Required Experience

· At least two years of experience in communications related to activism, women human rights, gender or development.

· Experience working on women’s rights and organizing in the Global South.

Required knowledge **

· University degree, or equivalent training/experience, in related areas of communication, public affairs, journalism and/or marketing.

· An understanding of women human rights, feminism, advocacy, activism and the donor environment around women’s rights.

Required Expertise & Skills

· Demonstrated experience designing and implementing successful communications initiatives and campaigns.**

· Strong writing and editing skills, including storytelling and digital story skills.

· Experience in using websites, social media platforms and management tools.

· Graphic and website design skills and experience using related design and editing tools (InDesign, PhotoShop, Illustrator, Premiere Pro…)

· Fluency in French and English, both written and spoken.

· Organized and detailed oriented

· Strong time-management skills and ability to multi-task

Desirable

· Experience working in a Women’s Fund or international organization.

· Knowledge of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software.

How to apply:

To apply, please send your application package (in French) containing the documents below to emplois@xoese.org as soon as possible and before the March 21st deadline:

  1. a cover letter (including your salary aspiration),

  2. a recent resume or CV,

  3. copies of your diplomas and certificates,

  4. the contact details of 3 three reference persons (including 1-2 of your former employers),

  5. recent writing sample up to one page long which also showcases your graphic design skills.

Please mention the job title “Communications Associate” in the subject line.

XOESE encourages people from ethnic minorities, indigenous communities and people with disabilities to apply. All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.

Due to the high number of applications that we receive, we regret to inform that we will not be able to personally respond to candidates that are not selected for an interview.

If you do not hear back from us within 6 weeks following the application deadline, please assume that your application was not selected.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

All shortlisted candidates will be required to undergo rigorous checks of the references provided as well as their employment history.

No phone calls please.

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Communications Internship

Fri, 05 Mar 2021 16:16:32 +0000

Organization: XOESE The Francophone Women's Fund
Closing date: 21 Mar 2021

Are you passionate about women's rights with a background in communications? Are you a student, an activist or someone early on in their career looking to expand your experience? If so, you may be the ideal candidate that XOESE, the Francophone Women's Fund is looking for. To apply, please send your application before March 21st, 2021 to stages@xoese.org. Applications will be reviewed as we receive them.

Title: Communications Internship

Location: Lomé, Togo or home-based

Application deadline: March 21st at midnight UTC (or until post is filled)

Start date: Immediately or latest by April 19th

Type of contract: Internship

Length of contract: 3 months (with the possibility to renew the contract once)

Hours: Full-time or part-time

Languages required: French (fluent), English (a plus)

I / ABOUT XOESE

XOESE, the Francophone Women’s Fund is a feminist foundation created on September 1, 2015. The Funds’ objectives are to:

· Provide financial support for the implementation of initiatives promoting the rights of women, young women and girls;

· Strengthen the institutional capacities of women’s and young women’s organizations;

· Encourage and support innovative initiatives for the empowerment of women’s and young women’s organizations.

Its secretariat is based in Lomé, Togo. But XOESE’s staff is made up of employees and volunteers based at headquarters or at home.

Its coverage area includes in total the 25 French-speaking countries of the Great South. The XOESE Fund will complete its grant-making and capacity building activities for women’s and young women’s organizations within those countries.

II / DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

The Communications department works to ensure that the story of the Fund and the Francophone women’s rights movements of the Global South are told in a powerful, engaging, and consistent way. The Communications Intern will support the department in the coordination and implementation of the communication activities of the Fund including:

  • The coordination and implementation of a communication campaign strategy around the Fund’s advocacy work in relation to the “Support Fund for Feminist Organisations” (https://xoese.org/lettre-ouverte-au-president-macron/)

  • The production of original online content (i.e. videos, infographics, photos) and regular posting on XOESE’s online media platforms (website, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram)

  • Assist in the creation and distribution of Annual Reports and other major publications

  • Assist in organizing virtual events such as webinars, online discussions, google hangouts, etc.

  • Create and distribute emails, including newsletters

  • Other tasks as assigned

III / QUALIFICATIONS

Candidates should: **

  • Have a particular interest and commitment to the feminist movement and women’s rights.

  • Be enrolled in or recently graduated from a university program in communication, public affairs, graphic design, journalism, marketing or another related field

  • Be well-organized, motivated and creative

  • Have strong writing skills

  • Speak and write fluently in French

Candidates should preferably:

  • Have experience in using websites and social media platforms

  • Have graphic and website design skills and experience using related design and editing tools (InDesign, PhotoShop, Illustrator, Premiere Pro…)

  • Have experience in the coordination and implementation of communication campaigns

  • Have a working knowledge of English

IV/ INTERNSHIP CONDITIONS

  • Interns can work either from home or in our offices in Lomé. Those who want to work from home must have access to a computer and a reliable access to internet.

  • The internships lasts for 3 months with a possibility of a one-time renewal.

  • The exact working hours and dates can be flexible as long as the hours fall within the official working hours and days of the country in which the person is located.

  • The internship will not be paid but you will gain valuable experience in the area of women’s rights, philanthropy and communication. We do offer, however, a lump sum compensation to cover costs such as transport, internet, electricity, etc. We can also offer an emolument depending on the quality of your contribution.

How to apply:

To apply, please send your application package (in French) containing the documents below to stages@xoese.org

as soon as possible and before the March 21st deadline:

  1. a cover letter (indicating your availability),

  2. a recent resume or CV,

  3. copies of your diplomas and certificates,

Please mention the post title “Communications Internship” in the subject line.

XOESE encourages people from ethnic minorities, indigenous communities and people with disabilities to apply. All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.

Due to the high number of applications that we receive, we regret to inform that we will not be able to personally respond to candidates that are not selected for an interview.

If you do not hear back from us within 6 weeks following the application deadline, please assume that your application was not selected.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

All shortlisted candidates will be required to undergo rigorous checks of the references provided as well as their employment history.

No phone calls please.

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Niger - Coordinateur·trice Logistique à Niamey

Fri, 05 Mar 2021 15:56:10 +0000

Country: Niger
Organization: Première Urgence Internationale
Closing date: 5 Jun 2021
Date d'arrivée : Avril 2021Durée de la mission : 6 moisLieu : Niamey, Niger

Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) est une Organisation Non Gouvernementale de solidarité internationale, à but non lucratif, apolitique et laïque. L’ensemble de ses personnels se mobilise au quotidien pour couvrir les besoins fondamentaux des victimes civiles mises en péril, marginalisées ou exclues par les effets de catastrophes naturelles, de guerres et de situations d’effondrement économique. L’objectif est d’aider les populations déracinées dans l’urgence, tout en leur permettant de regagner rapidement autonomie et dignité. L’association mène environ 200 projets par an, dans les domaines de la sécurité alimentaire, la santé, la nutrition, la réhabilitation d’infrastructures, l’eau et l’assainissement et la relance économique. PUI intervient en appui à près de 6 millions de personnes dans 22 pays, en Afrique, en Asie, au Moyen-Orient, en Europe de l’Est et en France.

Découvrez nos valeurs et notre histoire.

Situation et besoins humanitaires :

Le Niger connait depuis plusieurs décennies une situation de vulnérabilité entrainant de forts besoins humanitaires pour sa population. Classé 187e sur 188 au classement de l’indice de développement humain, et avec le taux de fécondité le plus élevé au monde (7,6 enfants par femme), le Niger accumule depuis des décennies les difficultés récurrentes des zones sahéliennes : malnutrition chronique, épidémies, accès difficile à l’éducation, insécurité alimentaire, inondations récurrentes et mouvements de population. A la fois nourries par ces problématiques et venant les exacerber, plusieurs crises régionales impactent depuis le début des années 2010 le pays : - déstabilisation régionale depuis la chute du régime Kadhafi en Libye, - déstabilisation du nord-Mali et du nord Burkina Faso, - guérilla avec Boko Haram au nord-est du Nigéria, - et enfin afflux de migrants massif souhaitant se rendre en Europe et traversant le désert. Depuis 2015, le Niger s’est en effet engagé dans une guerre contre Boko Haram suite aux premières attaques de l’organisation contre des civils nigériens. Le conflit a fortement déstabilisé le sud-est, lieu des combats armés – émergence de tensions intercommunautaires et exacerbation des violences dues à l’accès aux ressources. Plus récemment, déjà affaibli par la crise régionale du Bassin du Lac Tchad et par les nombreux déplacements de populations réfugiés ou migrantes qui se croisent sur son territoire, le Niger subit directement les effets de la crise malienne et du confit en cours sur ce territoire directement frontalier sur les provinces du Tillabéri et de Tahoua. Depuis les premiers afflux de réfugiés maliens au Niger en 2012, et face à une re-concentration du conflit sur des poches maliennes, le territoire nigérien est de nouveau secoué par des incursions sur son territoire. Le Niger combat les groupes armés radicaux de la zone via des opérations militaires avec le soutien de forces de la sous-région (G5 Sahel) et de forces internationales(Barkhane).

Dans une région déjà sensible du fait des problématiques structurelles et des difficultés d’accès aux services publics, et foyers de plusieurs risques épidémiques en raison de la nature géographique et des dynamiques sociales, la zone voit aujourd’hui sa couverture en soins de santé primaire baisser de jours en jours. Au plan politique, le Niger vient d’organiser une élection présidentielle dont les votes du second tour ont eu lieu le dimanche 21 Février 2021. Les résultats proclamés par la CENI le 23 Février 2021 déclarent Mohamed Bazoum, candidat du parti au pouvoir, vainqueur. La proclamation de cette victoire a entrainé de violentes manifestations dans la ville de Niamey. Le calme est revenu mais la tension reste palpable.

Positionnement / Stratégie de PUI dans le pays :

PUI a pour vocation de répondre à l’ensemble des besoins de base non couverts des populations les plus vulnérables. Au Niger, l’accès aux soins de santé primaire est au cœur de la stratégie de PUI qui intègre d’autres secteurs comme l’EHA et la sécurité alimentaire lorsque ces secteurs contribuent à l’amélioration de la santé ou de l’accès aux soins des personnes les plus vulnérables et contribuant ainsi à la politique d’approche intégrée de PUI dans ses pays d’intervention. PUI travaille en partenariat avec d’autres organisations afin de créer une synergie et de couvrir les besoins identifiés

Nous recherchons un·e Coordinateur·trice Logistique à Niamey

Objectif global :

Le/la coordinateur/trice logistique est responsable du bon fonctionnement de la logistique afin de mettre à disposition les moyens nécessaires au déroulement des programmes, et participe activement à la gestion de la sécurité sur la mission.

Responsabilités :
  • Sécurité : Il/Elle assiste le/la Chef de mission dans la gestion de la securité. Il/Elle est en prise directe avec les aspects quotidiens et concrets de la gestion sécuritaire de la mission.
  • Aapprovisionnements : Il/Elle coordonne les approvisonnements et livraisons pour les projets et les bases. Il/Elle est le/la garant/e du respect des procedures et des outils logistiques de PUI mis en place sur la mission.
  • Equipements durables : Il/Elle est responsable de la gestion des équipements informatiques, de télé/radiocommunication et d’approvisionnement en énergie de la mission.
  • Parc automobile : Il/Elle est responsable de la gestion du parc de véhicules (disponibilité, sécurité, maintenance…) pour le bon fonctionnement de la mission et la conduite des activités en accord avec les budgets disponibles.
  • Fonctionnement des bases : Il/Elle appuie les équipes dans le cadre de redéploiement / installation / réhabilitation / fermeture de bases.
  • Représentation : Il/Elle représente l’association auprès des partenaires, autorités et différents acteurs locaux impliqués dans les domaines de la logistique et de la sécurité de la mission.
  • Coordination : Il/Elle centralise et diffuse l’information logistique au sein de la mission et au siège et consolide le reporting interne et externe en la matière.
Principales Activités :

ASSURER LA SECURITE DES BIENS ET DES PERSONNES

  • Il/Elle assiste le/la Chef de mission dans la définition des outils de gestion de la sécurité sur la mission, en collaboration avec les Responsables de base concernés.
  • Il/Elle met en œuvre et s’assure du respect des règles générales et des plans de sécurité mission et bases, fait en sorte qu’ils soient connus et compris de chacun (expatriés et nationaux), et s’assure du suivi de leur mise à jour.
  • Il/Elle s’assure que les moyens matériels et humains en place sont adaptés au niveau de sécurité jugé optimal des bases et des équipes sur le terrain.
  • Il/Elle participe à la collecte des informations sécuritaires sur les zones d’intervention de PUI et diffuse celles-ci selon les canaux définis (CDM, RDB, +/- autres).
  • Il/Elle participe à l’analyse du contexte et des conditions de sécurité sur la mission, alerte et émet des recommandations au/à la Chef de mission sur d’éventuels changements quant aux risques et mesures à mettre en œuvre.
  • Il/Elle communique sur une base régulière avec les gardiens et chauffeurs sur les incidents, risques et attitudes à observer (réunions régulières et formations si nécessaire).
  • Il/Elle procède à des évaluations des conditions de sécurité dans les zones d’intervention de PUI et en dehors, selon les perspectives de développement opérationnelles envisagées

GERER LA CHAÎNE D’APPROVISIONNEMENT

Achats

  • Il/Elle est le garant du respect des procédures d’achat, entre le terrain, la capitale et le siège, de l’achat direct à l’appel d’offre international, et supervise les processus d’achats de l’ensemble de la mission. Il/elle travaille en collaboration étroite avec le/la demandeur/euse des achats à forte spécificité technique et réalise les tests de conformité appropriés.
  • Il/Elle s’assure que les contrats passés sont adéquats en termes d’efficacité et de protection pour PUI.
  • Il/Elle centralise et optimise le regroupement des achats.
  • Il/Elle supervise l’identification et le référencement de fournisseurs et dispose de cotations détaillées pour les achats récurrents. Il/Elle consolide/met à jour le catalogue de prix de la mission pour les zones d’intervention de la mission.
  • Il/Elle assure la bonne gestion de l’archivage des dossiers d’achats.

Acheminements

  • Il/Elle choisit les modes de transport et de conditionnement des marchandises.
  • Il/Elle planifie et supervise les acheminements et livraisons de matériels jusqu’à leur destination finale.
  • Il/Elle se coordonne avec le département logistique au siège pour l’acheminement des marchandises en provenance de l’étranger et supervise le processus éventuel de dédouanement.

Stockage

  • Il/elle est le garant de la bonne gestion et du suivi des stocks de la mission, selon les procédures et outils de PUI. Il/Elle s’assure que ceux-ci sont connus, compris et appliqués sur toutes les bases de la mission.
  • Il/Elle s’assure que les sites de stockage sont appropriés aux besoins de la mission et des marchandises à stocker (emplacement, aménagement, sécurité, salubrité…)
  • Il/Elle organise les flux de marchandises, veille à la réception en qualité et en qualité des biens attendus, et réalise des contrôles physiques des marchandises stockées. Il/Elle est attentif aux dates de péremption, le cas échéant.
  • Il/Elle s’assure du bon référencement des documents de mouvements / transferts. Il/Elle contrôle les rapports de stocks sur une base mensuelle.

GERER LES EQUIPEMENTS DURABLES DE LA MISSION : INFORMATIQUES, TELECOMS, ENERGIE

  • Il/Elle définit les besoins techniques de la mission sur chaque base, et veille à ce que leur financement soit possible, notamment dans le cadre de la préparation de nouveaux projets.
  • Il/Elle émet des recommandations techniques sur le choix des équipements informatiques, de télé/radiocommunication et d’approvisionnement en énergie. Il/Elle valide les choix des fournisseurs pour l’achat de nouveaux équipements.
  • Il/Elle valide l’affectation des équipements, élabore les procédures d’utilisation et forme à leur manipulation.
  • Il/Elle assure le suivi des équipements (état, localisation, propriétaire/bailleur…) par la mise à jour régulière des outils de suivi (liste d’immo) et la tenue d’inventaires physiques.
  • Il/Elle supervise l’installation des équipements et s’assure du leur bon fonctionnement, de leur maintenance et de la conduite des réparations nécessaires.
  • Il/Elle contrôle la consommation des équipements, le cas échéant, et procède si besoin aux ajustements nécessaires quant aux procédures d’utilisation.

GERER LE PARC AUTOMOBILE DE LA MISSION

  • Il/Elle définit les moyens de locomotion adaptés aux besoins des projets de la mission, et veille à ce que leur financement soit possible, notamment dans le cadre de la préparation de nouveaux projets.
  • Il/Elle assure le suivi des véhicules (état, localisation, propriétaire/bailleur…) et la mise à jour régulière des outils de suivi.
  • Il/Elle s’assure du bon fonctionnement des véhicules, de leur maintenance et de la conduite des réparations nécessaires.
  • Il/Elle contrôle la consommation des véhicules et procède si besoin aux ajustements nécessaires quant aux procédures d’utilisation. Il/Elle s’assure de la mise en place et du respect de plannings et d’outils de suivi de la gestion du carburant et de la maintenance (log books).
  • Il/Elle veille en particulier aux questions de sécurité relatives à l’utilisation des véhicules (personnes autorisées, conditions particulières, équipements de sécurité…)

APPUYER LE FONCTIONNEMENT DES BASES (Installation / Redéploiement / Fonctionnement normal / Fermeture)

  • Il/Elle contribue activement à l’ouverture et la fermeture de base/s et éventuels redéploiements. Il/elle appuie le Responsable de base pour l’organisation du volet logistique (installation équipements, recherche de bâtiments…)
  • Il/Elle planifie et appuie les réhabilitations et installations nécessaires sur les différentes bases.

ASSURER LA CIRCULATION DE L’INFORMATION, LA COORDINATION ET LA REPRÉSENTATION SUR LES QUESTIONS LOGISTIQUES

  • Il/Elle assure une circulation efficace de l’information logistique aux équipes terrain, capitale et siège.
  • Il/Elle rédige ou participe à la rédaction des rapports internes pour tout ce qui concerne la logistique de la mission.
  • Il/Elle assure la coordination logistique à l’échelle de la mission par des visites régulières des bases, des contrôles, du suivi, des formations…
  • Il/Elle participe à la gestion financière et administrative dans son domaine d’activités. Il/Elle veille au respect des lignes budgétaires allouées au département logistique et établit ses besoins mensuels en trésorerie.
  • Il/Elle participe à la rédaction de documents de projet en apportant un appui technique (chiffrage, estimation des besoins) et prépare les plans d’approvisionnement avec les personnes concernées.
  • Il/Elle participe à la rédaction des rapports bailleurs (listes d’équipements, vérification des co슩ts de fonctionnement…) et s’assure de la bonne tenue et de l’archivage des dossiers d’achats (aide, équipements, locations, carburants…). Il/Elle participe enfin à la préparation des pièces logistiques en vue d’un audit à venir ou en cours.
  • En externe, il/elle représente PUI auprès des autorités pour toute question d’ordre logistique (enregistrement d’équipements, douanes…)
  • En externe, il/elle développe et entretient également les relations avec les entités partenaires, notamment dans le cadre de forum de coordination ONG pour toute question d’ordre logistique et sécuritaire.

SUPERVISER ET ENCADRER LES EQUIPES LOGISTIQUES

  • Il/Elle supervise l’ensemble de l’équipe logistique, directement ou non. Il/Elle rédige ou valide les profils de postes et réalise ou délègue les entretiens d’appréciation. Il/Elle anime les réunions de travail, arbitre les conflits éventuels, définit les priorités et les chronogrammes d’activités.
  • Il/Elle participe au recrutement de l’équipe logistique ainsi et à la décision de mettre fin à un contrat de travail.
  • Il/Elle assure et/ou supervise la formation continue aux procédures et outils de PUI des membres nationaux et internationaux de l’équipe logistique, en capitale et sur les bases.
  • Il/Elle appuie le/s Responsable/s de base dans la conduite de leurs activités logistiques, dans une relation fonctionnelle et non hiérarchique.
  • Il/Elle élabore le plan d’action du département logistique en fonction des objectifs définis dans la programmation annuelle de la mission.
Profil

Formation :

  • Bac + 2 à + 5 - Secteur logistique (achat, transport…)
  • Bioforce

Expérience Professionnelle :

  • Minimum deux ans d'expérience sur un poste équivalent, dont un an dans le secteur humanitaire
  • Expérience en gestion de la sécurité appréciée

Aptitudes transversales :

  • Connaissance des procédures de stocks, gestion de parc de véhicules, télécommunications, …
  • Connaissances procédures bailleurs institutionnels (OFDA, ECHO, AAP, agences UN…)

Langues : Français obligatoire

Caractéristiques personnelles :

  • Autonomie, prise d’initiative et sens des responsabilités
  • Bonne résistance au stress
  • Sens de la diplomatie et de la négociation
  • Bonne capacité d’analyse et de discernement
  • Organisation et gestion des priorités
  • Adaptabilité en fonction de l’évolution des priorités
  • Pragmatisme, objectivité et prise de recul
  • Force de propositions
  • Sens de l’engagement
  • Fiabilité et rigueur
  • Capacité à déléguer et à superviser le travail d’une équipe multidisciplinaire
Conditions Proposées
  • Salarié en Contrat à Durée Déterminée
  • Salaire brut mensuel : de 2 200 à 2 530 Euros selon parcours en Solidarité Internationale + majoration de 50€ par semestre d’ancienneté avec PUI
  • Frais pris en charge notamment transport AR Domicile / Mission, visas, vaccins…
  • Assurance comprenant couverture médicale et complémentaire santé, assistance 24/24h, rapatriement et prévoyance
  • Hébergement en maison collective
  • Frais de vie (« Per diem »)
  • Régime de Break: 5 jours ouvrés à 3 et 9 mois de mission + prime de break
  • Régime de Congés Payés: 5 semaines de CP / an + billet A/R au domicile tous les 6 mois
How to apply:

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