A successful candidate will have a strong technical background and will have demonstrated management of similar projects in the past. S/he will have the capacity to deliver and meet deadlines, be conscientious, with an excellent sense of judgment and have an ability to foster solid working relationships with communities, GOs, INGOs, and NGOs and other stakeholders. S/he will have an ability to work simultaneously on multiple tasks with strong computer literacy and exceptional organizational skills. Living Conditions / Environmental Conditions This position is based in 70% in Mundri East (Western Equatoria) and requires frequent travel to rural areas in the county and two sites in Panyijiar County and 30% and in Bentiu (Unity State). Accommodation will likely be shared in a container/pre-fab (Bentiu) or single-occupancy tent (Panyijiar and Mundri East) as part of the Mercy Corps field office at all above mentioned locations. Candidates must be able to be away from secondary and specialized medical care. The security situation will be closely monitored as the response develops. Team members should expect variable levels of insecurity. Air travel will be necessary to move between the established operations base and affected areas during rainy season. During dry season, road movement is feasible Mercy Corps Team members represent the agency both during and outside of work hours when deployed in a field posting. Team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner and respect local laws, customs and MC's policies, procedures, and values at all times and in all in-country venues. PI96288761 Apply Here How to apply: Apply Online Country Director Role and Responsibilities Leading a diverse team who are committed to serve the world’s most vulnerable with practical and compassionate care, the Country Director oversees all programme and support activities in-country. Representing Medair in all issues relating to the country programme, the Country Director plays a key role in donor relations and grant management, external representation, legal compliance and manages the country strategy and the project implementation and evaluation in conjunction with senior field managers. Project Overview Multi-sector relief programme including: provision of Emergency Health and Nutrition Care, Health and Hygiene Promotion, Water and Sanitation and NFI and Emergency Shelter distributions across fixed and emergency response locations. Goal is to assist in improving health and water and sanitation conditions for vulnerable people in South Sudan. Medair Medair is a humanitarian organisation inspired by Christian faith to relieve human suffering in some of the world’s most remote and devastated places. We bring relief and recovery to people in crisis, regardless of race, creed or nationality. As signatories of the Red Cross Code of Conduct, we believe that aid should be given to everyone who is in need, regardless of political, social or religious viewpoint. We save lives in emergencies and then stay to help people recover from crisis with dignity—working side by side with communities to leave a lasting impact. We provide a range of emergency relief and recovery services: health care and nutrition; safe water, sanitation, and hygiene; shelter and infrastructure. Workplace Juba, South Sudan with frequent travel to field locations Starting Date May 2017 Initial Contract Details Full time, 24 months Key Activity Areas Programme Leadership • Design, update and evaluate the country strategy, in conjunction with the relevant senior field managers and HQ staff. Take into account community needs, donor criteria and strategies and an exit strategy in order to facilitate the long-term planning and development of the projects in the country. • Manage the monitoring, evaluation and reporting on the implementation of the planned activities in accordance with the project proposals and logical frameworks and institutional donor policies and guidelines. • Manage the overall programme and support functions, including reviewing and refining the management structures and overseeing the development and maintenance of operational procedures for individual projects and support functions. • Analyse humanitarian needs, trends and political developments in the country of operation and the surrounding region in order to anticipate new projects and initiatives. • Ensure all programme activities and support functions comply with applicable national and international laws and regulations, including in-country registration. Operations Management • Oversee programme implementation in consultation with the relevant senior field managers (programme and programme support) and in accordance with the project proposals, ensure objectives are met within the required time frames and budgets. Where necessary ensure preventative and corrective action is taken. • Facilitate cross cutting communications with all country teams implementing and supporting the programme plans. • Support field managers in all aspects of finance, administrative, human resource and logistics management, ensuring knowledge of and adherence to applicable operational systems, donor requirements and country programme strategy. • Prepare and implement policies, procedures and guidelines, as appropriate and with the relevant field managers and HQ staff, so as to enhance the smooth running of the programmes through standardised procedures and improved support. • Manage a comprehensive activity plan for the programme, including resource needs analysis, covering the time frames of the project proposals. • Represent Medair at relevant national and local meetings with government officials, contractors, donors, UN and other NGOs, etc., reporting back as applicable to staff, field managers and HQ. Financial Management • Supervise the project budget management and expenditure, in collaboration with field managers and HQ staff, ensuring budgets are spent according to donor proposals and regulations. • Ensure the management of spending within the programme is in-line with the approved budgets. Analyse projected cash flow, decide on the timing of major procurements, oversee audits and anticipate where over or under spending may occur and ensure necessary action is taken. • Ensure sufficient and appropriate controls are in place to prevent fraud and that relevant staff receive the required information and training to minimise the risk of occurrence within the country programme. Security Management • Oversee the updating and implementation of country location security plans, guidelines and manuals. • Ensure appropriate security procedures and awareness are maintained throughout the country programme. • Take the lead on decision making and contingency planning during security incidents or threats. Staff Management • Line manage designated staff, including direct supervision and development. • Hold regular team meetings and, through a consultative leadership style and a transparent, honest and supportive communication structure, develop and build an effective team. • Oversee all HR related issues within the programme including job descriptions, recruitment, performance management, development and training, health and safety, team structures, capability disciplinary action, etc. in collaboration with the relevant staff and managers. • Reflect the vision and values of Medair when interacting with team members and provide them with leadership, advice, support and appropriate communication. Quality Management • Review, develop and implement (as applicable) systems to improve transparency and to detect and ultimately prevent loss or fraud. • Ensure country programmes are implemented in line with donor proposals and requirements and in accordance with Medair, donor, country and international standards e.g. Sphere, CHS, and other applicable guidelines, standards and recommendations etc. Field - Team Spiritual Life • Reflect the vision and values of Medair with team members, local staff, beneficiaries, and external contacts. • Fully contribute to the rich spiritual life of your team, including team devotions, prayers, and words of encouragement. • Live, work and pray together in our Christian faith-based team settings. • Instigate and contribute to prayer times within internationally recruited staff and HQ teams. • Encouraged to join and contribute to Medair’s international programmes and HQ prayer network. This job description covers the main tasks and conveys the spirit of the sort of tasks that are anticipated proactively from staff. Other tasks may be assigned as necessary according to organisational needs. Qualifications • University degree in a relevant subject such as Management / Development Studies / Business Administration or in a relevant technical subject. • Post-graduate degree in the humanitarian sector desirable. • Security management and/or leadership training desirable. Languages • Strong working knowledge of English (spoken and written). Experience / Competencies • 5 years post-qualification experience in a management position. • 3 year post-qualification experience in a complex humanitarian emergency. • Experience in dealing with donors and government officials. • Knowledge of Humanitarian Essentials, Sphere and CHS. • Advanced planning, assessment and analytical skills. • Advanced leadership and management skills; ability to build trust and enforce procedures. • Experience and willingness in training/mentoring staff. • Team-player with good inter-personal skills; committed to team-building and able to develop and support other team members. • Self-motivated, energetic, hard-working, servant-hearted. • Capacity to work under pressure and manage personal stress levels. Profiles sought for Internationally Recruited Staff (IRS) roles in the field Relief experience • Professionals with 12 months or more relevant relief or development experience (Experienced Relief Workers). • Professionals with less than 12 months relevant relief or development experience (New Relief Workers). Professional • Experienced professionals in a relevant Medair sector of expertise. • Overseas intercultural experience. Values • Fully committed to the Medair values; to reflect the vision and values of Medair with team members, local staff, and external contacts. Personal qualities • Able to live and work in a multicultural team under difficult conditions. • Strong character traits, including emotional stability, adaptability, ability to handle stress, cultural and gender sensitivity, honesty, and physically fit. Availability • Single or married (with no children under 18). If married, your spouse must also apply. Final selection. • All potential candidates for field positions must successfully complete the Medair Relief & Recovery Orientation Course (ROC). Information, dates and related costs can be found via this link. Benefits Package provided to all Internationally Recruited Staff (IRS) • Comprehensive briefing at our Swiss Headquarters, as well as an in-country briefing. • Security training for those going to insecure environments. • Accommodation, food, and transportation in-country. • Return flights to and from the country programme (one return flight for every year of service). • Rest and recuperation (R&R) leave (including travel, accommodation, and food). • Annual leave. • Comprehensive medical and emergency rescue insurance, with up to 60 days post-assignment coverage, including debriefing. • Disability insurance. Specific benefits for Experienced Relief Workers (IRS) (Applicants with 12 months or more relevant relief or development experience) • A salary based upon the grade of the position and experience of the position-holder, starting from USD 1,700 per month. • Contribution matching programme for retirement savings. • Additional contract benefit allowance for those who commit to longer contracts. • Highly subsidised contribution to Medair ROC travel and accommodation costs. Working Conditions • This is a field-based position and working and living conditions may be very different to that previously experienced. How to apply: Application Process Before you apply, please ensure you are fully aware of the: a) Medair organisational values. b) Medair Relief & Recovery Orientation Course (ROC) (which forms part of the recruitment selection process for field positions). Then to apply, go to http://relief.medair.org/en/jobs/positions/country-director-sds-juba then: c) apply for this vacancy (or another position that matches your profile), or d) apply for a Medair ROC (where we can try and match your competencies to our vacancy needs). Please do not make multiple applications. We will not review email applications. Only English-language applications / CVs will be reviewed. Medair does not set closing / deadline dates for applications; recruitment is on-going until the position is filled. Follow Us You can follow us on Facebook , Twitter , or LinkedIn . Area Coordinator, Yida - Unity State The Area Coordinator is responsible for the overall leadership, direction, and oversight of programs in Unity State. The Area Coordinator must ensure that all program designs and outputs align with Samaritan’s Purse’s strategy, donor standards, and local laws. Description of Job duties: · Coordinate all projects in Unity State in close communication with country leadership. · Oversee all aspects of ongoing programs to ensure each program is contributing a significant impact through monitoring and evaluation. · Manages and oversees all program and support related personnel in the geographic area assigned. · Develop new program concepts to address the needs in Unity State. · Ensure program operations are efficient. · Serve as the security focal point for Unity State. · Manage Human Resources in the area assigned. · Monitor financial risk, reporting, and program budgets. · Facilitate good community Unity State relations by establishing and maintaining positive relationships with church leaders, Government officials, the UN, and Non-Government Organizations. · Attend daily morning devotions and participate in prayer support for the ministry, its donors and volunteers. · Maintain a strong Christian witness to colleagues, vendors, charitable beneficiaries, and the general public. · Assess, manage, and report critical physical, emotional, or spiritual concerns of supervised staff. Job requirements: · Bachelor’s degree; or 3 to 4 years of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. · One year of college-level Biblical studies preferred. · International relief program management experience. · Demonstrated success in leading large cross-cultural teams. · Gifted with organizational skills and cross-cultural communication. · Experienced in managing multiple programs. · Previous experience working overseas, particularly in Africa. · Ability to be flexible and adaptable. · Understanding of local culture is essential. · Knowledge of computer systems and its applications such as Word, Excel and Outlook. · Arabic language skills a plus. 12 month contract with the potential for renewal. This is an unaccompanied assignment. International Employee Benefits Employees who choose to work internationally get to take advantage of the following benefits: · Medical, prescription, dental & vision coverage · Disability insurance · Term Life insurance · Retirement savings plan · Ten paid holidays (holiday observance will depend on the host country) · Annual home leave · Twelve vacation days per year How to apply: To apply for this position, please visit our website: https://sp.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/samaritanspursecareers/job/SSD-So... Human Resource Manager - Juba, South Sudan SP-South Sudan (SPSS) is Samaritan’s Purse’s largest field office, operating across 5 bases primarily in emergency relief to refugees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs). As a critical member of the SPSS team, the Human Resources (HR) Manager, South Sudan is responsible for providing strategic leadership, human resource and organizational development support to the South Sudan office by providing oversight in all aspects of Human Resources across SPSS with aims of optimizing the organizational performance and sustaining the desired culture. Description of Job duties: · Develop, amend and implement HR policies, procedures and systems to ensure that organizational and operational goals are met in a timely fashion. Ensure that all systems and procedures are consistent with Samaritan Purse’s Field Operating Guide and the laws of South Sudan. · Provide support to ensure that human resources policies and procedures are well implemented and adhered to by all staff within client area. · Manage the payroll system in conjunction with the Finance department. Ensure flow of information with regard to changes in personnel positions, duty stations and remuneration package between finance and human resources in a timely manner. · Ensure systematic and proper documentation for both national and international staff. · Review the SP national staff policies. Update the HR manual, interpret and train managers and staff on new/amended and existing procedures, policies and guidelines indicated in the HR manual. · Manage HR vendor relationships, such as legal counsel, health insurance, training and other contracts as needed. · Act as the primary point of contact for all staff on HR issues. Coordinate with International Headquarters on International Field Staff related issues. · Develop and maintain healthy relationships with the government and nongovernment organizations of South Sudan in the field of HR. · In conjunction with legal counsel as needed, provide guidance on legal HR issues and represent the agency in regards to personnel issues. · Maintain awareness of current events, changes in statutes and respond, as appropriate, to the changing legal environment of south Sudan. · Liaise with SP field sites to ensure that their HR needs are being met. · Identify complexity of employee human resource needs and either resolve or route to the country management and IHQ as well as following up with employees to make sure issues are resolved. · Provide supervision and guidance to HR staff members on daily work priorities. Mentor and train HR staff to increase capacity. Handle any issues that junior staff members are unable to handle. · Periodically conduct satisfaction surveys with employees to evaluate effectiveness of Human Resource customer service. · Attend daily morning devotions and participate in prayer support for the ministry, its donors and volunteers. · Maintain a strong Christian witness to colleagues, vendors, charitable beneficiaries, and the general public. · Assess, manage, and report critical physical, emotional, or spiritual concerns of supervised staff. · Travel to field sites 15 - 25% of the time. Qualifications: · Master’s degree (M A.) from an accredited college or university in Human Resources Management, communication, or related field OR a Bachelor’s Degree and professional certification (PHR, SHPR or IPHR); and ten years related experience and/or training in HR Management; or equivalent combination of education and experience. · One year of college-level Biblical studies strongly preferred. · HR Technical skills, influencing skills, conflict management skills, counseling skills and organization awareness skills. · Excellent skills in problem solving and conflict resolution, crisis management and training facilitation. · Ability to work well within a team and build positive team spirit. · Ability to pay attention to detail and work under pressure in a multi-cultural environment. · Ability to plan, organize priorities, manage time, and meet deadlines in an ever changing environment. · Strong communication and negotiation skills. · Skilled in information management and record keeping. · Knowledge of Sudan labor laws is highly preferred. 12 month contract with the potential for renewal. This is an unaccompanied assignment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to outside weather conditions, cooler temperatures as well as extreme heat. International Employee Benefits Employees who choose to work internationally get to take advantage of the following benefits: · Medical, prescription, dental & vision coverage · Disability insurance · Term Life insurance · Retirement savings plan · Ten paid holidays (holiday observance will depend on the host country) · Annual home leave · Twelve vacation days per year How to apply: To apply for this position, please visit our website: https://sp.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/samaritanspursecareers/job/SSD-So... Deputy Country Director - Operations SP-South Sudan (SPSS) is Samaritan’s Purse’s largest field office, operating across 5 bases primarily in emergency relief to refugees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs). As a critical member of the SPSS team, the Deputy Country Director-Operations (DCD-O) will provide general management of operational issues. Coordinating closely with the Deputy Country Director-Programs (DCD-P), the DCD-O will have responsibility for engagement with other agencies, the host government and donors. Based in Juba, the DCD-O will be a member of the Senior Management Team (SMT) and will be required to travel to field sites frequently, providing reports back to the Country Director (CD). Description of Job duties: · Assist the CD and SMT to articulate and disseminate a clear vision and strategy for SPSS. · Provide leadership, management and strategy for all operational aspects of the SPSS country office, including donor and government engagement to ensure compliance and effective service. · Provide critical connections between Juba and field locations so that support functions in Juba operate effectively, efficiently and in a spirit of service to foster strong team morale. · Provide direct line management of the Operations Manager, Human Resources Manager, Access Manager, select Area Coordinators (ACs) and the Ministry Program Manager · Work closely with the Ministry Program Manager to ensure staff devotions and ministry outreach programs to the community foster spiritual development in line with the country office’s mission · Work with HR department and PMs to enhance staff capacity with a special focus on pursuing SPSS’ strategy of building local staff capacity · Provide timely and relevant reports for CD · Act as Officer in Charge in the Absence of the CD · Host VIP trips including media personnel, government officials, dignitaries and IHQ visitors. · When needed, represent SP with journalists and media outlets · Attend daily morning devotions and participate in prayer support for the ministry, its donors and volunteers. · Be a spiritual leader for the International Field Staff and National Staff. · Maintain a strong Christian witness to colleagues, vendors, charitable beneficiaries, and the general public. · Be an ambassador of SPSS and ensure relationships with coordination bodies are strong and the profile of SP in such forums is positive and influential. Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree from four year college or university and four additional years related experience or training.
One year of college-level Biblical studies strongly preferred.
Previous experience working overseas, particularly in Africa.
Three to five years of field level management experience in humanitarian aid, including experience in leading a large cross cultural team.
Strong prior experience working in a humanitarian relief environment, including management of donor funded projects
Possesses strong organizational skills, communication skills and networking skills.
Ability to coordinate activities with local involvement and establish working relationships with other NGOs.
12 month contract with the potential for renewal. This is an unaccompanied assignment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to outside weather conditions, cooler temperatures as well as extreme heat. The employee is exposed to wet and/or humid conditions; and could be working in and around a disaster zone. International Employee Benefits Employees who choose to work internationally get to take advantage of the following benefits: · Medical, prescription, dental & vision coverage · Disability insurance · Term Life insurance · Retirement savings plan · Ten paid holidays (holiday observance will depend on the host country) · Annual home leave · Twelve vacation days per year How to apply: To apply for this position, please visit our website here: https://sp.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/samaritanspursecareers/job/SSD-So... NGO Forum - Security Focal Point Position Title: Security Focal Point Position Type: Expatriate Staff Location: Juba, South Sudan Work Station: NGO Forum Secretariat, Tearfund Compound (with some field travel) Reporting to: Secretariat Coordinator Application Deadline: 4 January 2017 Start Date: ASAP Duration of Post: A commitment of at least 1 year, ideally 2 years is expected. Salary Competitive Salary South Sudan NGO Forum Secretariat: The South Sudan NGO Forum Secretariat supports the work of the NGO Steering Committee as elected representatives of the South Sudan NGO Forum, which currently includes around 150 international NGO members and nearly 200 national NGO members. The NGO Secretariat exists for the purpose of: coordination; information sharing; advocacy; engagement with Government of the Republic of South Sudan (GRSS), donors and UN; INGO – NNGO coordination and engagement on other vital issues regarding the operational environment, humanitarian relief, recovery and development. The NGO Security Focal Point (SFP) has been a function of the NGO Secretariat as a full-time position since September 2008. For the past several years, the NGO Forum has grown substantially, both in terms of numbers of operating NGOs and staff members, but also in terms of increased needs arising from the complex operational environment. The SFP position supports the work of the NGO Forum on issues relating to the safety and security of NGO staff and operations and provides NGO representation on security issues in relevant external meetings. The NGO Security Focal Point manages 1 International staff member - the Security Information Analyst. Primary Functions: The NGO Security Focal Point supports the work of the NGO Forum through the following key tasks: Information Collection: (20%) Stay well informed with political, security, and economic developments in South Sudan, as well as the broader region. Monitor security management and humanitarian-related research and publications. Travel to State Capitals and other NGO concentrations in the field as needed. This may be a self-designed and independent assessment, or as a participant in a UN-led security assessment—sometimes to remote and/or high-risk areas. Information Management & Coordination: (40%) Collect and circulate pertinent security information through the NGO Forum security mailing list and other modes of communication. This is a full-time role during a security incident. Collect and manage security information for our member organizations, including contact information and office/residence locations. Publish regular Security Updates to circulate to Forum members. Direct Security Information Analyst with the overall revision and management of various security products FAQ documents, and incident database. Oversee the development of maps of NGO locations and security incidents. Assist with contingency planning and scenario planning for NGOs, and ensure that the NGO community is fully accounted for in UN and diplomatic community contingency plans. Develop and standardize “good practice” checklists for priority threats and share relevant security resources. Assist coordinating NGO access to UN Security trainings. Support the recruitment and cultivation of State-level volunteer security focal points. Strengthen NGO security coordination at the State-level. Communication* (20%) Facilitate NGO Security Meetings, briefings, task force meetings, or workshops as often as necessary and ensure information is disseminated to relevant stakeholders. Help to ensure that all new NGOs are conversant with relevant security protocols and take security issues seriously. Represent the NGO Forum at meetings with UNMISS, UN AFPs, donors, diplomatic corps, and other external stakeholders and advocate NGO security challenges and needs. Support the Information Manager to expand and manage the security section of the NGO Forum website and mapping products. Program Quality and Management (10%) Provide constant security assistance to NGO Forum member organizations. This may be at any time of day, via phone, email, or in person. Support improved analysis of the overall security context. Represent the NGO Forum at the UN Security Cell meetings and all other relevant NGO, UN, or government meetings. Regularly update NGO staff numbers and areas of operation for NGOs and UNDSS/UNMISS contingency planning. Support the development of briefing papers / tools for sharing of information on common security concerns as required. Maintain a security resource database of security manuals, and other practical tools and documents accessible to NGO Forum members. Partnership(10%) Ensure effective collaboration between the NGO Secretariat, UN, government, donors, national NGOs, and other stakeholders on security-related issues. Develop and maintain productive relationships with key individuals in relevant government ministries and security organs, the diplomatic corps, international and national NGOs, UN Missions (UNMISS and UNISFA), UN Agencies/Funds/Programs (AFPs), donors, and other relevant individuals (private security companies, regional analysts, researchers, journalists, etc.). Engage with global-level NGO security consortia and other security coordination mechanisms for information sharing and best practice approaches. Required Qualifications and Personal Skills:
Bachelor’s degree in relevant field required. Master’s degree preferred.
At least five years working experience with NGO’s, either in an NGO safety and security manager/officer role or in an operational role. Experience in insecure / post-conflict contexts preferred.
Experience within an operational NGO strongly preferred. However, equivalent experience, including the UN, DPKO missions, diplomatic community, donors, national governments and others, will be considered.
Previous work experience in South Sudan is strongly preferred.
Solid understanding of the UN system, integrated missions, principled humanitarian assistance.
Strong analytical skills and demonstrated ability in writing briefing papers and other information products.
Flexibility, and ability to multi-task and improvise.
Strong ability to work within a diverse team as well to follow projects independently.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Excellent computer literacy, especially with MS Office products (Office, Excel, Outlook, Access, PowerPoint, etc) and ideally including database management
Position Title: NGO Secretariat Information Advisor
Position Type: Expatriate Consultant
Location: Juba, South Sudan with potential field visits
Work Station: Secretariat Office, Tearfund Compound
Reporting to: NGO Secretariat Coordinator
The South Sudan NGO Secretariat coordinates the efforts of the NGO Steering Committee as voted representatives of the South Sudan NGO Forum, which currently includes over 140 international member agencies and 80 national member agencies.
The NGO Secretariat exists for the purpose of: coordination, information sharing, advocacy, policy/position paper production, government/donor/UN engagement and engagement on other vital issues regarding humanitarian relief, recovery and development.
The NGO Secretariat Information Manager is responsible for supporting the work of the NGO Secretariat through the management and facilitation of information collection and sharing and the management and maintenance of Secretariat communication tools. The Information Manager will also work on the compilation and design of Forum publications (such as the Annual Report), establish internal information sharing systems and provide recommendations for internal Secretariat information management.
The NGO Secretariat Information Manager supports the work of the NGO Forum through the following key tasks:
Data Collection and Management:
Daily management of NGO Forum websites and tools.
Daily management of NGO contact details.
Management of membership registration information.,
Ensuring timely response to technical inquiries by staff and members
Serve as focal point for technical issues including website navigation and mailing lists
Apply best practices for usability to the website
Create and implement data. Maintenance and development of information management systems
Management of GIS data
Design and implement data tracking mechanisms for the South Sudan NGO Forum website
Collaborate with NGO Secretariat staff on the creation of surveys and other data collection mechanisms
Provide recommendations for data collection, storage, maintenance tools, software, and methodologies
Prepare training documents for NGO Secretariat staff to access, update, reference, analyse, and properly store collected information
Coordinate with international NGOs, national NGOs, UN agencies, and other relevant parties’ information
Liaise with the INGO Forums in neighbouring countries in the region to understand, promote, and incorporate best practices for information management
Coordinate regularly with NGO Secretariat Staff and steering committee members to provide updates and discuss data and information needs
Ensure timely response to data requests from NGO Secretariat Staff and member NGOs
Provide regular reports detailing website usage, member statistics, and mailing list participation
Compile and create maps visualizing security and other issues facing NGOs in South Sudan
Conduct additional data analysis as requested by NGO Secretariat Staff and NGO Forum members Communication
Work to ensure appropriate information reaches international and national NGOs
Assist in building stronger communication networks between NGOs
Develop and maintain routinely scheduled website updates for all NGO Forum working groups
Serve as a technical adviser for the design of external communication documents Data Design:
Create and submit for review to NGO Secretariat Coordinator data visualizations, website graphics and templates, and maps
Select, compile, analyse, and design information for annual report, factsheets, and other external communication documents
Ensure timely response to any design requests from NGO Secretariat staff
Minimum five years of progressive international experience working with UN, NGOs and/or Donor agencies preferably including work in insecure environments
Undergraduate degree in public policy, communications, graphic design, IT, or other relevant field; master’s degree preferred
Demonstrated leadership and management skills
Documented skills in website management, database design, data analysis, and graphic design
Experience in the development of GIS maps
Significant understanding of complex relationships between NGOs, governments, and UN agencies
Proven communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills
Flexibility, ability to multitask and work effectively in a team
Previous work experience in Sudan/South Sudan is preferred
Excellent computer literacy required
Demonstrated skills in MS Office, Google apps, Adobe Creative Suite, ArcGIS/QGIS, etc. preferred
Fluency in written and spoken English is required
Experience maintaining Linux servers preferred.
Malaria Consortium is recruiting for a Country Operations Coordinator to join our team in Juba.
The Operations Coordinator manages the department taking his/her full time and resources available to her/him to provide maximum support to the country programme. S/he is expected to responsibly manage the department with support from the country director, CMTs and global operations manager.
The role holder plans, implements, manages the work of the department but is required to coordinate with other per department managers for maximum quality. S/he also coordinates the work with team members including direct reports.
The role holder should be able to plan the duties in consultation with his/her line manager and technical support from the global operations manager. The role holder is also responsible to forecast budget for operations both at Juba and field level and will need to manage budget for operations as per set plan of actions.
The successful candidate will have:
Extensive leadership experience
Understanding of end-to-end supply chain processes and how to deliver effectively and efficiently
Understanding of safety and security principles and management processes
Understanding of procurement procedures and can demonstrate examples of putting these procedures into practice.
Financial, budgetary and excel skills.
Proficient in Microsoft systems and packages (Windows, Office, Outlook).
Organisational and personal time management skills.
Can demonstrate ability to prioritize.
Ability to communicate, negotiate and influence people from different back grounds and professions and those at different levels; Government, military, International partners (UN, NGOs, CBOs, donors) from senior officials and community members.
Analytical skills: ability to understand, analyse, summarise and share information, re packaging information for different audiences.
Flexible and able to adapt to a quickly changing environment by applying knowledge and experience to solve unforeseen and unexpected problems.
How to apply:
To view the full job description and to apply for the role, please visit our website.
INTERSOS is an independent humanitarian organization that assists the victims of natural disasters, armed conflicts and exclusion. Its activities are based on the principles of solidarity, justice, human dignity, equality of rights and opportunities, respect for diversity and coexistence, paying special attention to the most vulnerable people.
1. Terms of reference
Job title: Project Manager
Location: The post holder will be based in Bor, Jonglei, with visits to the field (Waat and Akobo) in Northern Jonglei
Reporting to: Protection Coordinator
Starting date: 01/01/2017
Duration of contract: 12 months
General context of the project
The Project Manager is in charge of the implementation and the supervision of the protection project in Jonglei State targeting the Internally Displaced People (IDP) in Akobo Waat and Bor. The project relates to the implementation of prevention and response activities for GBV, in particular the incumbent will:
Be responsible for the management of the UNHCR project including providing technical, financial, human resources, logistics and procurement oversight;
Be responsible that prevention strategies are in place in order to mitigate GBV risks for the population of concern:
Strengthen capacity of relevant local networks, community stakeholders and authorities to raise awareness on GBV issues and to identify/reinforce prevention strategies;
Carry out prevention activities focusing on women and girls, and engaging men and boys, to promote better understanding of causes and consequences of GBV, and their right to seek and receive help;
Providing to the identified or referred GBV individual cases basic case management including psychosocial first aid and timely referral to available and relevant GBV services;
Building on the existing network of services to maintain and reinforce the SGBV Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and related referral pathway mechanism.
2. Tasks and responsibilities
Write timely and concise biweekly, monthly and quarterly narrative and financial reports using UNHCR reporting templates;
Ensure regular staff supervision, field visits and action-oriented feedback for monitoring and evaluation, adherence to accountability procedures and documentation, as well as technical guidelines;
Prepare and update overall management activity work plans for Bor, Akobo and Waat
Develop the project procurement plan and financial plans on a quarterly basis.
Supervise the provision of GBV assistance to the target population through a strong community-based approach and running the Listening Center, conducting GBV case management .
To facilitate the identification of human rights violations and protection risks, including poor access of persons with specific needs to basic services.
Develop and run livelihood activities for vulnerable youth identified through the protection monitoring.
Establishment and running of Community-based Protection Networks.
Promote the capacity-building of relevant protection actors (among the civil society, government authorities and community leaders) through their involvement in the project activities.
Actively participate to the GBV Sub Cluster in Bor, co-leading the meetings in order to develop GBV frameworks and strategies as well as organize join-activities with relevant GBV partners.
3. Required profile/experience:
Degree in International Development Cooperation, Law, Humanities. and/or Master Degree in Humanitarian Response or similar curricula.
Advanced Diploma in gender related issues, human rights, GBV, desirable.
3 years of experience in Protection activities
Previous experience in emergency setting required
Previous experience in South Sudan an asset
strong management and leadership skills in inter-ethnic environment,
ability to develop and maintain collaborative relationships,
strong organizational and problem-solving skills with creative approach, ability to cope with stress and insecurity
Proficient knowledge of English required. Ability to speak Arabic is an asset
Available to operate efficiently and live with basic living conditions
How to apply:
Qualified applicants are requested to submit their curriculum vitae, motivation letter and 2 references to: Recruitment@intersos.org
with subject line: "Project Manager – South Sudan”
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for the first interview
Area Coordinator – South Sudan
Area Coordinator – South Sudan
Akobo, South Sudan
Type of contract
12 months renewable
Security Risk Level
Very risky (4/4)
Since 1993, as an international non-governmental organization, ACTED has been committed to immediate humanitarian relief to support those in urgent need and protect people’s dignity, while co-creating longer term opportunities for sustainable growth and fulfilling people’s potential.
ACTED endeavors to respond to humanitarian crises and build resilience; promote inclusive and sustainable growth; co-construct effective governance and support the building of civil society worldwide by investing in people and their potential.
We go the last kilometer: ACTED’s mission is to save lives and support people in meeting their needs in hard to reach areas. ACTED develops and implements programs that target the most vulnerable amongst populations that have suffered from conflict, natural disaster, or socio-economic hardship. ACTED’s approach looks beyond the immediate emergency towards opportunities for longer term livelihoods reconstruction and sustainable development.
With a budget of 190 million EUR in 2015, ACTED is active in 35 countries and implements more than 495 projects a year reaching over11 million beneficiaries with 400 international staff and 4,300 national staff.
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Position context and key challenges
ACTED has been present in South Sudan since 2007, and is currently operating in Western Bahr-el-Ghazal, Warrap, Jonglei, Upper Nile, Lakes, and Central Equatoria states. ACTED focuses on emergency and relief works around water, sanitation and hygiene promotion; basic infrastructure; food security and livelihoods; and integrated camp management. All of these interventions continue to provide basic and life-saving assistance to vulnerable populations, specifically IDPs, refugees and host communities.
Since the aftermath of the South Sudanese conflict that erupted in December 2013, ACTED has been contributing to the delivery of humanitarian services to 1.7 million displaced persons, 270,767 refugees, and 5.1 million people in need. ACTED continues to providing camp management services in 2 Protection of Civilian (POC) Sites, 1 informal settlement and 2 refugee camps, while contributing to Camp Coordination as co-lead of the Camp Coordination and Camp Management cluster.
Acknowledging the importance of engaging in early recovery to transition towards sustainable solutions, ACTED supports communities in improving their livelihoods through the promotion of income generating activities, community saving groups, and Agro Pastoralist Field schools in Greater Bahr al Ghazal, Greater Upper Nile and Lakes.
Improving effective delivery of services in displacement sites
As camp manager, ACTED coordinates the delivery of services to internally displaced people and refugees in Maban, Awerial, Bor and Juba Counties benefiting a total of over 140,000 refugees and 110,000 internally displaced persons. Within the scope of camp management interventions, ACTED’s team in South Sudan undertake a multi-sectoral approach to establish and empower internal governance structures, ensure access to water and hygienic facilities, facilitate peace between host and displaced communities, and increase the protection of people with special needs.
A high emphasis was put in establishing accountability and feedback system at the various displacement sites to improve the delivery of services.
Ensuring access to safe water and a sanitary and hygienic living environment
In 2015, ACTED prioritized the provision of water and sanitation services to people at risk of disease outbreak as well as displaced populations with limited access to water and sanitation facilities.
ACTED has been expanding the provision of water and sanitation services to the refugee population of Doro, Kaya and Gendrassa camp and improved sanitation practices in rural areas such as Akobo county.
Improving food security and ensuring access to livelihoods
ACTED’s interventions focud on first addressing the dire food security needs of displaced populations through emergency food distributions within internally displaced and refugee camps, while also working to improve the resilience of vulnerable people across the country through seed and tool distributions and the offer of food for the construction of community assets.
Through this approach, ACTED aims to both address food insecurity in displaced populations while building population resilience in the transition towards early recovery, managing to reach over 150,000 beneficiaries.
Transitioning into early recovery
As the country slowly recovers from the havoc wrought from decades of conflict, ACTED’s programming increasingly focus on building resilience and improving living conditions of the country’s poor and displaced populations.
Moving forward, ACTED’s camp team is looking at devising and executing comprehensive plans for the return or integration of displaced populations. Secondly, ACTED aims to increase the living standards and ensure the livelihoods of the South Sudanese population, via increasing access to income generating activities and sustainable incomes, tackling the underlying drivers of food insecurity and poverty.
Key roles and responsibilities
The Area Coordinator is responsible for the implementation of ACTED’s global mandate in the relevant area, and for the scope of activities developed within this mandate.
Ensure ACTED Representation in the area of activity
Representation vis-à-vis provincial authorities
Representation vis-à-vis Donors
Representation amongst other international organisations
More generally, the project manager is expected to contribute to the creation of a positive image and overall credibility of the organisation, notably through the application of ACTED’s mandate, ethics, values and stand-point with regard to other actors.
Contribute to the development of a global intervention strategy and to support its implementation at provincial level
Analyse the context and develop strategic plans, in consultation with the Country Director
Implement the financial strategy
Implement the operational strategy
Oversee reporting procedures
Oversee Staff and Security
Guide and direct the staff of the area of intervention
Contribute to the recruitment of expatriate staff
Oversee staff security
Required qualifications and technical competencies
Master Level education in a relevant field such as International Relations or Development
Extensive project management experience (management, planning, staff development and training skills) in emergency and/or development programmes
At least four years of previous work experience in a high management position
Proven capabilities in leadership and management required
Excellent skills in written and spoken English
Strong negotiation and interpersonal skills, and flexibility in cultural and organizational terms
Knowledge of local language and/or regional experience an asset
Ability to work well and punctually under pressure
Salary defined by the ACTED salary grid; educational level, expertise, hardship, security, and performance are considered for pay bonus
Additional monthly living allowance
Free food and lodging provided at the organisation’s guesthouse
Transportation costs covered, including additional return ticket + luggage allowance
Provision of medical, life, and repatriation insurance + retirement package
How to apply:
Please send your application including cover letter, CV and references to email@example.com under Ref: AC/SSUD/SA
South Sudan - Food Security & Livelihood Strategy Developer - Juba
Country: South Sudan
Location: Based in Juba with field assessments
Starting date: February 2017
Duration: 4 months (renewed potentially as a food security coordinator position if funding is secured)
Overall objectives of the mission:
Represent SI in all FSL related for a
Gather a maximum of data on food security in order to define major priorities
Lead a stakeholder analysis to target the relevant areas where the coverage is insufficient
Based on evaluated needs, cover gaps, our technical capacities, and humanitarian access matters , pick one or two intervention areas
In the targeted areas lead a precise diagnosis, prepare a diagnosis report, and develop a relevant country strategy
Write the relevant proposals and create a space to discuss our proposal with targeted donors
Context of the mission:
In October 2006, SI conducted an assessment in Malakal and its surroundings, where the population had doubled since 2004. Humanitarian priorities were to help the returnees getting back to both rural and urban areas, to improve access to basic services (water, sanitation, food, education, etc.) for the most vulnerable populations and to avoid further degradation of the situation in an area already subject to chronicle food crisis and poverty. SI strategy in the Upper Nile State was to respond to the WaSH needs of both urban population in Malakal and rural communities across the State.
Following an assessment conducted in November 2008, SI chose to intervene in Juba as well. The food needs of slum population were huge considering the high prices in the city (importing everything from Kenya). SI’s first action in 2009-2010 aimed at responding to the population’s food and sanitation needs.
From 2007 onwards, SI conducted several interventions in WaSH in Upper Nile State and Jonglei. They were triggered by various causes: Kalaazar or cholera epidemic, internal population displacements, influxes of refugees, etc.
In 2011 SI launched its Emergency Preparedness & Response (EPR) team, aiming at leading multi sectorial assessments and delivering WaSH emergency services in absence of other actors in the area, funded by ECHO. Over the last contract in 2014/2015, SI conducted 7 emergency responses through this mechanism.
From March 2010, SI started to work in WaSH in Unity State (Mayom, Abiemnom, and Rubkona Counties). SI activities were coordinated from an office in Bentiu (State capital). Following the attack of Mankien town on April 21st 2011 and the looting of SI compound, SI did not maintain its operational office.
SI also worked in three refugee camps in Upper Nile State and Unity State, providing WaSH services, from 2012 until June 2014 when the activities in Yusuf Batil were handed over to the NGO Medair.
Following the crisis that erupted in December 2013, SI started to intervene in the UNMISS Protection of Civilians sites of Malakal and Juba, providing WaSH services to IDP’s and in the informal settlement of Wau Shilluk, Upper Nile State, providing assistance to IDP’s.
SI also restarted its FSL activities in South Sudan with the launching of a pilot cash transfer programme in Malakal County. Since then, SI has the strategic willingness to continue to implement FSL activities to answer to the humanitarian needs.
SI is currently implementing three WASH-related projects funded by ECHO, UNICEF and CHF principally in Upper Nile State, and Juba but assessments and actions take place all over the country thanks to the EP&R mechanism
A salaried post: according to experience from 1600 euros gross per month, plus 10% annual leave allowance paid monthly and a monthly Per Diem of 700 USD. Social and medical cover: Expatriates benefit from an insurance package which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks. Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded.
Vacation: During the assignment, a system of alternation between work and time off is implemented at the rate of one break every three months. For a one-year assignment, the expatriate will have a 7-day break during the 3rd and the 9th month (with 500 euros allocated by Solidarités). He or she will also be entitled to go back to his or her home country for a 14-day period after six months spent on the mission (Solidarités will cover travel costs)
For further information about Solidarités International, please consult our website: http://www.solidarites.org/en/
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Programme Officer, NO-B, Yambio, South Sudan (South Sudanese nationals only)
If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you.
For 70 years, UNICEF has been working on the ground in 190 countries and territories to promote children's survival, protection and development.
The world's largest provider of vaccines for developing countries, UNICEF supports child health and nutrition, good water and sanitation, quality basic education for all boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and AIDS. UNICEF is funded entirely by the voluntary contributions of individuals, businesses, foundations and governments.
Purpose of the Position
Under the general supervision of the Deputy Representative or Chief, contributes to programme design and implementation, evaluation of programme/project activities, data analysis and progress reporting.
Also responsible for establishing, monitoring coordinating and monitoring the Office's emergency preparedness and response and emergency interventions under the supervision of the Head of Yambio Office / Emergency Specialist.
Key Expected Results
Effective knowledge management and system, information exchange and the development of training and orientation materials developed and deployed for strengthening of country programme management and activities.
Situation Analysis prepared/updated, critical programme intervention point/measures identified, and programme work plans/recommendations prepared and incorporated. Programme reports prepared as required.
Plans of action in preparation and response to emergencies formulated and implemented.
Assessment of local emergency and security situation conducted.
Programme funds optimally used.
Programme monitoring and evaluations effectively conducted to improve programme performance, and programme status report timely prepared.
Rights-based and results-based programming approach fully incorporated into all phases of programme and projects processes.
Commitment and institutional capacities of the national and local partners gained and established.
Qualifications of Successful Candidate
University degree in social sciences, international relations, government, public administration, public policy, social policy, social development, community development, or other relevant disciplines, with specialized training in conflict resolution
Two years of relevant professional work experience, including international and developing country work experience, in programme design, planning and implementation
Background/familiarity with Emergency.
Fluency in English and local working language of the duty
Competencies of Successful Candidate
Diversity and inclusion
Integrity Core competencies
Working with people
Drive for results
Formulating Strategies and Concepts
Applying Technical Expertise
Learning and Researching
Planning and Organizing UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organisation. How To Apply: UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=502226 National Child Safeguarding Coordinator Established in 1949, SOS Children's Villages is a dynamic social development international organization working globally to meet the needs and protect the interests and rights of orphaned and vulnerable children. As a member of Program Development team, the Child Safeguarding Advisor will be a ‘resource hub’ and support to functions and Member Associations in the ESAF region in their efforts to ensure that children who are directly and indirectly cared for and supported through SOS Children’s Villages Programs are safe and protected. Key performance areas and main responsibilities:
Lead implementation of the Child Protection Policy and related child safeguarding policy support documents and in co-operation with National Management team and Programmes child safeguarding colleagues to monitors the implementation process and the organisations compliance to International Child Safeguarding Standards
Tracks and records the Programmes’ work in the area of child safeguarding based on the minimum requirements of the policy support document on child safeguarding reporting and responding procedures in member associations and the policy support document on child safeguarding investigations
Maintains the National child safeguarding incident register
Identifies promising practises as well as key challenges in relation to child protection and child safeguarding in the MA
Ensures coordination of all child safeguarding activities through active participation in coordination, meetings and working groups.
Lead Child’s Rights Advocacy in SOS CV in partnership and collaboration with child focused organizations in the country.
Participate in National Child Protection Fora and working closely with Governmental institutions for the best interest of children and young people in the country.
Contribute to strengthening community child protection mechanisms in collaboration with relevant stakeholder.
Maintains close contact with SOS CVI Regional CP Advisors and participate actively in Regional CS/CP Networks.
Required Qualifications and Experience:
Bachelor degree in Social Work, Human Rights, Child Protection or relevant field
Five years of extensive experience, progressively responsible working in child protection programming
Extensive experience in building strong child protection systems and in delivering services to children, including in emergencies
Ability to assess and analyze risks, children’s emotional, psychological and developmental need and family functioning
Competencies on monitoring and evaluation and Child safeguarding mechanism
Excellent written and oral communications skills in English. Portuguese and / or French as an additional language would be an advantage
Ability to work under pressure and willingness to work flexible hours in the event of emergencies
Good interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate and negotiate clearly and effectively at all levels, taking into account cultural and language difficulties.
Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills including influencing, negotiation and coaching
Experience of solving complex issues through analysis, definition of a clear way forward and ensuring buy in
Ability to influence key decision makers and build a network within an organization
Ability to present complex information in a succinct and compelling manner.
Commitment to SOS Children’s Village values, including willingness to abide by and enforce the Child Safeguarding policy. How to apply: Applications including at least three traceable referees should be sent electronically to: ESAF.HROD@sos-kd.org If you don’t hear from us within 20 days, your application is not successful “A loving home for every child’’ Child Protection Coordinator We are looking for our delegation in South Sudan for a Child Protection Coordinator Location and working conditions: Juba – South Sudan Activity rate: 100% Start date of post: 15.02.2017 Duration : 6 months Deadline: Terre des hommes does not set closing dates for this position; recruitment is ongoing until the position is filled. Conditions : Swiss salaried contract 3’400 CHF (~2’950 €) < > 4’750 CHF (~4’100 €) net /month according to experience x 13 times, Vacancy: 25 days annual leaves local accommodation and transportation, Health insurance, accident and medical repatriation insurance, return flight. Context: https://www.tdh.ch/en/our-interventions/south-sudan Main responsibilities : In his/her capacity of Foundation representative, the Coordinator reports to the Country Representative and provides multi-base, multi-sponsor and multi-partner supervision and follow-up for the projects in his/her sector. S/he is responsible for the implementation of the strategy and the development and managerial coordination of the project teams, and s/he has a major responsibility for the project strategies, steering and outcomes. S/he supports and validates the quality of the work done by the teams as regards the Tdh mandate and commitments and international standards. S/he coordinates and develops national measures for dialogue and partnership with state, national and international partners. S/he collaborates and coordinates with the DI for his/her theme for emergencies and the Thematic Advisors at the headquarters to develop and validate the thematic strategy in line with the Tdh strategic commitments, and to carry out advocacy and strategic capitalisation activities.S/he facilitates and coordinates an intersectoral and/or integrated approach with the other sectors' projects. Function details : Strategy and Policy: Use humanitarian needs assessments (by Tdh / other agencies) to define the strategy; Alongside the Country Representative and the DI and/or Thematic Advisor of his/her sector, contribute to drawing up the mission's intervention strategies and manage its implementation as regards the project teams; Coordinate the geographic developments of the sectoral strategy with the PL and the field coordinators. Resarch and development: Identify and share the positive and innovative experiences, information, research, best practice, relevant tools, etc.with the teams and the Country Representative; Be familiar with and promote his/her sector's institutional methodological guides with field teams and partners. Personal management / team management:
Ensure the communication contract is implemented within his/her team(s) and project teams;
Create conditions for a good flow of operational information from delegation – field - delegation (verbal exchanges, e-mails, sitreps, reports, etc.);
Ensure overall compliance with the Tdh HR procedures and those of the country (fairness, transparency);
Participate in the delegation coordination meetings;
Organise and run his/her sector's coordination meetings;
Define intervention methods with the project leaders and the Country Representative;
Lead, advise, support and supervise his/her sector's project leaders in the implementation of projects;
Ensure teams work well together (resolve the potential conflicts);
Develop his/her subordinates' self-reliance and encourage collaboration;
Coordinate with the project leaders in adapting the Terms and Conditions of the staff according to the progress of the projects;
Recruit and/or assist with the recruitment of local staff and coordinate the writing of the job vacancy descriptions;
Evaluate the staff under his/her direct responsibility on a regular basis and pass on the evaluations and recommendations to the Country Representative;
Ensure and support the accountability of the national teams in a gradual process of delegation and nationalisation of managerial posts.
Together with the Finance and Administration manager and the Country Representative, ensure the guidelines in the Tdh financial handbook are implemented and provide advice on the proper use of Tdh financial coding;
Participate in drawing up project budgets in compliance with current standards; With the Country Representative, the Finance and Administration manager and the project leader, examine the budget vs actual reports on a monthly basis in order to monitor expenses in good time and guide future spending and allocations in his/her field of activity;
Supervise the application of and adherence to the terms of any financing contract, check the block commitment of expenditure and the financial risk (check that the invitations to tender comply with Tdh procedures, etc.);
Monitor the projects' action plans vs their financing plans (provisional budget) and ensure they conform;
Examine the monthly budget vs actual reports in order to monitor budget spending in good time and guide future budgetary spending (expenditure) and allocations in his/her field of activity: Fundraising and Program Development:
Assist in seeking funding and in negotiations with the institutional donors present in the intervention zone in coordination with the Country Representative and the headquarters;
Gain / keep a good contextual knowledge and understanding of Tdh's working areas in SS;
Pro-actively identify reliable funding opportunities for the activities / sector under his / her responsibility (short term & multi - year grants, Consortium);
Develop the activities / sector under his / her responsibility;
Initiate, plan and lead the proposal development process, from needs assessment to proposal writing;
Write / review project proposals for the activities / sector under his / her responsibility;
With the support of the Country Representative and the headquarters, coordinate, promote, supervise and negotiate the contracts for the sector under his / her responsibility;
Identifies reliable funding opportunies through networking and pro active search, initiates / leads the full proposal development process and writes / reviews project proposals for submission to donors;
Have / maintain a sound knowledge of Private foundations and Emergency institutional Donors' standard tools and strategic guidelines;
Number of proposal submitted / accepted, evolution of the budget, number of grants, multi year funding for the activities / sector. Administration / Logistics:
Adhere to and enforce the delegation's and Foundation's current administrative and logistical regulations and procedures;
Carry out all the formalities required by the government and the other official agencies for the project to be recognized;
Make sure that the contracts (for services, HR, etc.) comply with the national laws;
Together with the Finance and Administration Manager, ensure that the monthly invoices from suppliers and service providers are paid within the deadlines (in the absence of a project leader);
In collaboration with the Administration/Finance Coordinator, ensure that the signatories' schedule for purchases and payment authorisations is maintained and adhered to (in the absence of the project leader);
If necessary and in coordination with the Finance and Administration Coordinator, handle all the sponsor contracts in the country and others, in relation with his/her intervention sector;
Promote close collaboration between Logistics and Administration for monitoring projects;
Verify that the communication procedures are followed in his/her teams and that staff can be reached at any time in the context of his/her professional activities. Representation - Networking:
Represent Terre des hommes in his/her field of activity before the national authorities, and at a local level in support of the PLs;
Represent Tdh before other international organisations: participate in inter-NGO coordination meetings and UN agency meetings and in any other intergovernmental institution meetings being held in his/her Country (Thematic Cluster);
Coordinate and support the project visitors (journalists, headquarters, funders, etc.) in coordination with the headquarters and the bases;
In general, make sure that a positive and professional image of the Foundation is conveyed. In particular, ensure that the Foundation's mandate, ethics, themes policies, values and views are followed in relation to third parties;
Coordinate national partnerships with the government, national NGOs, etc. and support the PLs and the teams in the negotiation and development of partnerships at local or regional level;
Coordinate, develop and reinforce partnership actions at a national level with the partners in the same activity sector: sectoral working group, clusters, etc.;
Encourage and develop synergies with the government, the other NGO players and local organisations in his/her field of activity;
In emergencies, coordinate with all the agencies in his/her field of activity represented in the country as part of the inter-agency processes of evaluation, planning and coordination of responses;
Develop signed agreements between Tdh and the government and its partners, and ensure they are implemented and monitored.
Information / Communication / Reporting:
Produce publications in coordination with the area and the DI or Thematic Advisor and the Communication and Fund-raising Dpt; have the data validated by the Thematic Advisor;
Participate in the media communications on the project in collaboration with the thematic advisor;
Be responsible for producing reports, and guarantee that regular and reliable information is produced and that sensitive mission information is kept confidential; have it validated by the Country Representative and share it with the technical advisor at the headquarters;
Be responsible for the reports to be sent to Donors within the specified time frames and formats in coordination with his/his technical advisor at the headquarters;
Assist with the financial reports in support of and at the request of the
Administration/Finance Coordinator and the Country Representative;
In general, systematically inform the Country Representative and the DI or Thematic Advisor of the progress of the strand in his/her field of activity, and its implementation;
Contribute to the SITREPs in coordination with the project leaders and have them validated by the Country Representative and share them with his/her technical advisor at the headquarters;
Write the annual reports in his/her field of activity for the Country Representative and his/her technical advisor at the headquarters
Monitor the thematic indicators and the project indicators.
Project Cycle Management:
Plan and draw up project proposals in consultation with the thematic advisor / the sector DI (for emergencies), including in particular the validation of the impact of the project, its consistency, coverage, efficiency and effectiveness, long-term viability and relevance/feasibility, and taking into account cross-cutting issues (gender, HIV, environment, etc) before submission to the Country Representative and the headquarters
Guarantee the quality of project reports (including the annual project reports);
Set up monitoring and monthly evaluation tools for activities (monitoring sponsor and internal indicators) and monitor the results on a monthly basis;
Ensure coordination and consistency between the different projects in the intervention zones;
Make sure the projects are transversal;
In collaboration with the Country Representative and the project leaders, coordinate the needs of the target populations in order to readjust the ongoing projects if necessary or to launch new projects and ensure that resources are properly tailored to requirements;
Coordinate activity or project assessments to specific times in the development or sponsors' requests;
Establish terms of reference for the assessments in collaboration with the thematic advisor, the Country Representative and the area;
Conduct regular field visits for supervision and assessments of the project's progress;
Initiate and coordinate thematic capitalisation of the project with the thematic advisors and the Headquarters DI.
Identify training needs and develop a capacity building strategy;
Provide follow-up child protection training where required.
Coordinate with other humanitarian partners and local authorities in the target areas, as relevant for the effective and efficient implementation of the CP projects;
Attend Child Protection Working Group meetings and clusters;
Advocacy and training (internal and external) on CPMS. Human resources management:
To carry out necessary recruitment when needed, in respect to the local regulations, in coordination with the Human Resource.
Comply with Tdh Security Regulations.
Reports any security/safety incident and/or risk to the Country representative.
Child Safeguarding Policy:
Commit to respect the Child Safeguarding Policy. Signs the Code of Conduct;
Report serious cases of abuse on children identified by the Child Protection team to the
Country representative. Strict confidentiality must be respected. Others:
Undertake all other duties that may be determined by the Country representative and that are compatible with the job;
Maintain and ensure a culture of strict confidentiality - inter Tdh staff and between Tdh staff and non Tdh employees. Profile :
University degree and five year relevant work experience
Proven technical knowledge and skills in the field of Child Protection
Prior experience working in emergency settings or insecure environments
Proven track records of gaining grants from institutional donors / foundations for protection projects
Proposal writting skills, strong khnowledge of protection / child protection mainstreaming to other sectors, and experience of monitoring & building the capacity of local partners
Strong written and oral communication skills, effective in representation and liaison with external parties
Proven ability to work as part of a team
Demonstrated experience in capacity building and mentoring of national and international staff
Personal qualities: Works well in and promotes teamwork, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment, flexible and able to handle pressure well
Fluency in English required (spoken and written) Child Protection Policy:
To commit to respect Tdh Risk Management Policies including: Child Protection Policy, Safety and Security Policy and Anti-Fraud/Corruption Policy, Whistle Blowing Policy
To commit to ensure the best implementation possible of th Tdh Risk Management Policies in South Sudan
To commit to inform supervisors and to deal with any cases, allegations, or possibility of transgression, even potential, of the Tdh Risk Management Policies
We offer an exciting and varied work, useful and meaningful, in a team that wants to make a difference for vulnerable children. Are you interested? Do you want to face this challenge? How to apply: Please postulate on our website: www.tdh.ch/en/jobs We will only consider complete online applications corresponding to the required profile. Your application must include a complete CV and a covering letter. If you are not shortlisted, your file will be destroyed by us, according to the rules on data protection. If you face difficulties in applying online, please contact our HR department: firstname.lastname@example.org Terre des hommes provides equal working conditions for men and women. Furthermore, for candidates with equivalent qualifications and for positions with responsibilities, applications from women are strongly encouraged. The recruitment and selection procedures of Terre des hommes reflect our commitment for child security and protection. WASH Manager Role & Responsibilities Provide water and sanitation services to refugees in Batil camp in line with SPHERE and UNHCR standards. The Manager will focus primarily on water (operating and maintenance of water supply in the camp) and sanitation (latrine construction and tree planting) sectors, but should be flexible to assist with the behaviour change component as needed. Project Overview Medair’s goal in Maban County is to reduce morbidity and mortality to vulnerable refugee and host populations through the provision of water, sanitation and hygiene promotion and health care services. Medair is directly responsible for WASH, Health and Nutrition in Batil refugee camp (approximately 40,000 people). Take a look at Medair’s Water, Sanitation & Hygiene work. Medair Medair is a humanitarian organisation inspired and motivated by Christian faith to relieve human suffering in some of the world’s most remote and devastated places. We bring relief and recovery to people in crisis, regardless of race, creed or nationality. As signatories of the Red Cross Code of Conduct, we believe that aid should be given to everyone who is in need, regardless of political, social or religious viewpoint. We save lives in emergencies and then stay to help people recover from crisis with dignity—working side by side with communities to leave a lasting impact. We provide a range of emergency relief and recovery services: health care and nutrition; safe water, sanitation, and hygiene; shelter and infrastructure. Internationally recruited field and headquarters staff lead the organisation, supported by nationally recruited staff to implement programmes locally. Workplace Field based position in Bunj Town, Maban County, South Sudan. Take a look at Medair’s work in South Sudan. Starting Date February 2017 Initial Contract Details Full time, minimum 12 months Key Activity Areas Technical WASH Management • Monitor water quality (FRC levels, bacteriological testing) – and follow-up where needed to improve water quality in line with UNHCR standards. • Assist with operation of the water supply system – ensuring that water is available at all tapstands throughout the day. • Maintain and repair the water distribution network and pumps as needed. • Implement improvements to the network (installing new pipelines, storage tanks, and tapstands). • Liaise with the hygiene team, providing support for hygiene campaigns in the camp and working together to improve community ownership and engagement. • Support community to build their household latrines and plant trees. • Work alongside and supervise the sanitation staff in the camp (community mobilisers, decommissioning team, etc.). • Negotiate with casual workers and supervise their activities. • Technical oversight of latrine surveys and on-going monitoring activities. • Provide input to weekly team meetings. • Support emergency response – either within the camp or surrounding host community. Finance • Provide information for monthly Cash Needs Forecast to the WASH Project Manager. • Payment of WASH casual workers, and support documentation for local procurement as needed. • Ensure financial accountability for all processes within the sectors. Logistics • Responsible for local procurement of construction materials. • Keep accurate records of materials, stock, distributed items and equipment used. Ensure materials and tools are accounted for. • Support logistics with stock control and inventories. Ensure that the local materials procured are of good quality. • Support the WASH Project Manager with procurement planning (lead time on items from Juba / Nairobi can range from 2 weeks to 2 months so good planning is essential). Staff Management • Manage refugee WASH staff on Incentive earner agreements, checking attendance, co-ordinating leave, monitoring performance and providing support as needed. • Actively capacity build our WASH team in the camp so that they can begin taking on more responsibility for some of the day-to-day maintenance of the network and repair of taps / hand pumps. • Prepare work plans together with the respective teams for water and sanitation sectors. • Supervise national and refugee staff (Incentive Earners) in the water and sanitation sectors. • Coach and capacity build national and refugee staff in the water and sanitation sectors. Coordination & Reporting • Attend weekly camp co-ordination meetings, or bi-weekly WASH sector meetings when needed. • Provide monitoring data to input to weekly and monthly reports. • Cover for the WASH Project Manager in their absence (approximately 10 weeks of the year). Field - Team Spiritual Life • Reflect the vision and values of Medair with team members, local staff, beneficiaries, and external contacts. • Fully contribute to the rich spiritual life of your team, including team devotions, prayers, and words of encouragement. • Live, work and pray together in our Christian faith-based team settings. • Instigate and contribute to prayer times within internationally recruited staff and HQ teams. • Encouraged to join and contribute to Medair’s international programmes and HQ prayer network. This job description covers the main tasks and conveys the spirit of the sort of tasks that are anticipated proactively from staff. Other tasks may be assigned as necessary according to organisational needs. Qualifications • Higher level qualification in a technical field, preferably in water and sanitation. Languages • Strong working knowledge of English (spoken and written). Experience / Competencies • 2 years post-qualification professional experience in a relevant field. • Ability and willingness to manage project implementation • Good report writing skills, Problem solving ability • Able to develop and maintain effective relationships with colleagues, beneficiaries, other agencies and local authorities. • Team-player with good inter-personal skills. • Capacity to work under pressure and manage personal stress levels. • Good communicator, able to pass on information efficiently. • Creative, open-minded, flexible, self-learner. Profiles sought for Internationally Recruited Staff (IRS) roles in the field Relief experience • Professionals with 12 months or more relevant relief or development experience (Experienced Relief Workers). • Professionals with less than 12 months relevant relief or development experience (New Relief Workers). Professional • Experienced professionals in a relevant Medair sector of expertise. • Overseas intercultural experience. Values • Fully committed to the Medair values; to reflect the vision and values of Medair with team members, local staff, and external contacts. Personal qualities • Able to live and work in a multicultural team under difficult conditions. • Strong character traits, including emotional stability, adaptability, ability to handle stress, cultural and gender sensitivity, honesty, and physically fit. Availability • Single or married (with no children under 18). If married, your spouse must also apply. Final selection • All potential candidates for field positions must successfully complete the Medair Relief & Recovery Orientation Course (ROC). Information, dates and related costs can be found via this link. Benefits Package provided to all Internationally Recruited Staff (IRS) • Comprehensive briefing at our Swiss Headquarters, as well as an in-country briefing. • Security training for those going to insecure environments. • Accommodation, food, and transportation in-country. • Return flights to and from the country programme (one return flight for every year of service). • Rest and recuperation (R&R) leave (including travel, accommodation, and food). • Annual leave. • Comprehensive medical and emergency rescue insurance, with up to 60 days post-assignment coverage, including debriefing. • Disability insurance. Specific benefits for Experienced Relief Workers (IRS) (Applicants with 12 months or more relevant relief or development experience) • A salary based upon the grade of the position and experience of the position-holder, starting from USD 1,700 per month. • Contribution matching programme for retirement savings. • Additional contract benefit allowance for those who commit to longer contracts. • Highly subsidised contribution to Medair ROC travel and accommodation costs. Specific benefits for New Relief Workers (IRS) (Applicants with less than 12 months relevant relief or development experience) • USD 300 per month. • As soon as 12 months relief work or its equivalent has been completed, a salary based upon the grade of the position, starting from USD 1,700 per month, and other experienced relief worker benefits. Working Conditions • Working and living in locations of relative insecurity in South Sudan. The nature of work can often mean interruptions outside of normal pattern of work. Living conditions are fairly basic. How to apply: Application Process Before you apply, please ensure you are fully aware of the: a) Medair organisational values. b) Medair Relief & Recovery Orientation Course (ROC) (which forms part of the recruitment selection process for field positions). Then to apply, go to http://relief.medair.org/en/jobs/positions/wash-manager-sds-maban then: c) apply for this vacancy (or another position that matches your profile), or d) apply for a Medair ROC (where we can try and match your competencies to our vacancy needs). Please do not make multiple applications. We will not review email applications. Only English-language applications / CVs will be reviewed. Medair does not set closing / deadline dates for applications; recruitment is on-going until the position is filled. Follow Us You can follow us on Facebook , Twitter , or LinkedIn . Country Director Malaria Consortium is recruiting for a Country Director to join our team in South Sudan. The Country Director is responsible for providing strategic, programmatic, business development, financial and management support to ensure the success of the Malaria Consortium South Sudan programme. The successful candidate will have: * Master’s degree in international health, management or relevant discipline * Fluency in English * Experience managing security in a fragile setting * Extensive work experience as a manager or team leader in developing countries, preferably in Africa, and a proven ability to deliver programme growth and impact * Established leadership skills with a proven ability to nurture, develop and deliver through teams * Experience in human resource management and supervision * Excellent interpersonal and communication skills * Proven track record in resource mobilisation/business development How to apply: https://recruitment.malariaconsortium.org/Vacancy.aspx?MenuID=6Dqy3cKIDOg= Global Category Specialist The Opportunity We are currently recruiting for Global Category Specialists to be based either in our London, Nairobi or Singapore offices. These are great opportunities for candidates with significant ambition and potential, in which you'll have a significant impact on a greenfield area of spend and ensure we fully leverage our scale to achieve value for money within our 3rd party spend (approx. $450m). You'll be responsible for supporting the definition of category strategies and their implementation. You will also drive and support the execution of sourcing projects and be a key point of interaction between the Global Category Manager and the analytical capability. Depending on the category structure and shape, you will be fully responsible for driving value in certain sub-categories. The categories are: Indirects: Professional Services (e.g. Legal, Consulting, Insurance), Business Services (e.g. Recruitment & Temp. Labour, Training, Travel, Facilities Management) and IT (e.g. IT Hardware, Services, Telecoms) Directs: Medical (e.g. Pharma, Medical Consumables and Equipment), Logistics (e.g. Warehousing, Fleet, Freight), Nutrition/Food, Shelters and Education Supplies In order to be successful you will bring:
Significant experience in hands-on category management within a global organisation
A track record of ensuring value for money
Proven experience in setting up complex commercial contracts
A proven ability to review procurement demands and trends and develop strategies to fill any gaps,
Proven management, coaching and capacity building skills
Highly developed influencing and negotiation skills
Ability to engage in high level discussions with the business and challenge ideas where appropriate
On a personal level you'll have strong interpersonal and communication skills, cultural awareness and the ability to maintain confidence.
The role has a competitive package in the context of the sector.
These roles could be based either in our London, Singapore or Nairobi offices on national contracts. The organisation We employ approximately 17,000 people across the globe and work on the ground in over 60 countries to help children affected by crises, or those that need better healthcare, education and protection. We also campaign and advocate at the highest levels to realise children's rights and ensure their voices are heard. We are working towards 3 breakthroughs in how the world treats children by 2030:
No child dies from preventable causes before their 5th birthday
All children learn from a quality basic education and that,
Violence against children is no longer tolerated
Please apply using a cover letter and up-to-date CV as a single document. Please also include details of your current remuneration and salary expectations. A copy of the full role profile can be found at www.savethechildren.net/jobs
Applications will be reviewed and progressed on an ongoing basis.
We need to keep children safe so our selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.
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Location: London, United Kingdom
Permanent - Full-Time
Closing date: Sunday 22 January 2017
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Regional Security and Safety Manager
Job Title: Regional Security and Safety Manager
Location: Juba, South Sudan
Duration: 12 months with possibility of extension
Reports to the Country Director, South Sudan and the Regional Director for Africa
Relief International (RI) is a home to teams of humanitarian activist-professionals committed to transforming adversity into renewal for the world’s most vulnerable populations. By partnering with beneficiaries and communities on the front-lines, RI innovatively bridges the gap between immediate relief and long-term community development.
The Security and Safe Manager (SM) reports to the Country Director South Sudan and the Regional Director for Africa, with technical reporting and liaison to the Global Security and Safety Director based in Washington DC. The SM will take on a rigorous leadership role in country.
The SM will be responsible for coordinating, overseeing and advising on safety and security management of all activities in country. In addition, the SM will be responsible for ensuring up to date and adequate risk assessments and SOPs, submitting timely and accurate reports and assessments to the CD and HQ, while representing the organization in security coordination fora. The position is based in Juba, South Sudan but requires up to 70% travel time within South Sudan and the region.
Essential Duties And Responsibilities:
Coordinates design, establishment and maintenance of security supportsystems; ensures that RI is linked via all inter-agency and security coordination lists and fora to ensure RI security presence in the INGO community.
Conducts scheduled and ad-hoc field residencies at each program site, including central and sub-offices and program delivery locations for securityassessments, audits and ongoing staff training and security awareness. Residencies and site visits must be fully coordinated via the senior country staffand GSO. Each residency will have clear deliverables to be shared with CD and RD.
Upon arrival in each program site, conducts a comprehensive assessment together with the local counterpart / audit of all existing security and safety policies and procedures and their application and practice by all staff at program sites, offices, residencies/guest houses, and with respect to all vehicles, driversand standing SOPs; provides and implements recommendations in consultation with the Country Director or most senior Country Representative and with RI GSO Global Security; changes must comply at minimum with RI Field OperationalProcedures and SOPs.
Applies situation appropriate rules and guidance per RI’s Field Security SOP’s, RIGSS and UNDSS; conducts visits to RI’s field project offices and residential sites to assess security and safety conditions; develops comprehensive riskassessments in conjunction with country counterparts, leading to the updating ofeffective security plans, educates colleagues on the security plans and ensurecompliance.
Trains, technically supervises and mentors national country security staff/focal points.
Recommends and/or provides staff training on safety and security in a proactive and positive manner that promotes inclusion, participation, and leadership among the entire RI team, including expatriates, local national staff,and women. Is knowledgeable and sensitive to training needs and issues that must be understood to promote a positive organizational profile, cultural respect,and abide by the RI Code of Conduct.
Takes a lead on regular safety and security drills for all country/regional offices: conducts safety and security drills, trains national counterparts in how toconduct drills, and ensures that national counterparts implement drills regularly.
Leads an on going process of design, establishment, review and revision of security policies and procedures to ensure understanding, buy -in, andcompliance by staff; routinely revises safety and security plans to adapt to evolving security situation in conjunction with country counter parts and country directors, and GSO Global Security.
Liaises with local and regional UN & inter-agency security personnel on security matters for country programs; advises Country Director and RD as well as GSO Global Security on security issues; provides security briefings and updates for RI staff and visitors.
In close coordination with Country Directors in the region, develops and maintains contacts with national law enforcement agencies, where appropriate; respects and is fully current at all times on political issues and local policies thatimpact RI and INGO operations and safety.
Conducts him or herself and the RI security operations in a manner thatensures reduced risk for exposure to issues with any group or government; presents the RI programs in a respectful and positive manner in all inter-agencyinteractions.
Maps and reports security incidents, ensures by weekly security reports in allcountry locations and understands trends and threats; facilitates the development of situation specific, coordinated evacuation plans; writes well -researched security incident reports for review by supervisor and GSO including trend analysis.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent
A minimum of four (4) years' experience in a similar role with regional responsibilities
Proven ability in security management and/or crisis management in an unstable and insecure environment. Previous experiences managing humanitarian crisis/emergencies an added advantage
Effective technical/instructional skills
Strong analytical and organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple complex tasks independently
Strong leadership and communication (interpersonal, verbal and written) skills
Excellent computer skills with solid knowledge of MS Office
Experience in training adults using modern methods.
Experience in a multi-cultural environment necessary
Experience in conducting assessments preferred
Ability to travel up to 50%
This is position is based in Juba South Sudan with frequent trips to possible High Risk locations.
Regional security manager work plan overview over and above normal day to day operations: these are at a minimum but not limited to.
We uphold the Humanitarian Principles: humanity, neutrality, impartiality, and operational independence. We affirmatively engage the most vulnerable communities.
Transparency and Accountability
Agility and Innovation
How to apply:
To apply, please visit: http://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp01/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=RI&cws=4&...
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