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May 182022
 

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Country: Colombia
Organization: Danish Refugee Council
Closing date: 31 May 2022

El Consejo Danés para Refugiados es una de las principales ONG humanitarias del mundo, que trabaja en más de 40 países para proporcionar asistencia adecuada con un enfoque basado en derechos para los refugiados, solicitantes de asilo, los desplazados internos, repatriados y migrantes. Basado en las conclusiones de varias evaluaciones de necesidades de emergencia, a partir de 2018 DRC inició una respuesta de emergencia en las zonas costeras del Caribe de Colombia (Riohacha y Barranquilla) y en las ciudades de Bogotá y Medellín, actualmente incorpora actividades en el municipio de Barbacoas. La respuesta humanitaria integrada de DRC se basa principalmente en las actividades de protección, con componentes de intervenciones en albergue, WASH, efectivo multipropósito incondicional, NFIs, y medios de vida, de igual forma adelanta actividades de desminado humanitario en el Caquetá y Bolivar.

Descripción general del cargo:

El Coordinador de Entrenamiento y Capacitación, tiene la responsabilidad general de asesorar al Gerente de Operaciones, en la capacidad de crear e implementar los programas necesarios para crear las competencias técnicas del personal de DRC- Acción Contra Minas (ACM), en lo referido a la especialización en Desminadores, Jefes de equipo de desminado, Supervisores de desminado, Auxiliar de ENT, Jefe de equipo de ENT, Supervisor de ENT, Oficiales de CCI, Operadores EOD 1 y 2, además de implementar los cursos de Homologación, primeros auxilios, comunicaciones y los reentrenamientos conforme al Procedimiento Operativo Aprobado (POA) 09 “Entrenamiento y Calificaciones”, Normas Técnicas Colombianas de Acción Integral contra Minas Antipersonales (NTC-AICMA), Procedimientos Operativos Genéricos (POG) de la Organización y los Estándares Internacionales de Acción contra Minas (IMAS).

Adicionalmente será el responsable de generar los programas necesarios para los entrenamientos o capacitaciones que sean necesarios para aumentar la capacidad operacional del personal de DRC – ACM, que no esté incluida en los POA de la organización.

Responsabilidades:

Gestión de proyecto

  • Participar en la formulación de Cursos y Capacitaciones para el personal de DRC – ACM.
  • Elaborar y gestionar toda la documentación necesaria para la implementación de los cursos.
  • Garantizar que los entrenamientos sean brindados siguiendo los POA de DRC – ACM existentes para establecer técnicas y procedimientos de la organización aplicables al DH.
  • Supervisar y asesorar que antes de aplicar cualquier procedimiento operativo este se encuentre aprobado (nuevos o enmiendas).
  • En coordinación con el Gerente de Calidad, planificar los reentrenamientos necesarios al personal para corregir las falencias evidenciadas durante los monitoreos internos y externos.
  • Deberá tener calificaciones y/o experiencia en desminado humanitario (ET/Despeje, EOD y/o ENT), adecuadas a su respectiva posición y poder presentar certificados profesionales a la Autoridad Nacional.
  • Deberá asesorar al Gerente de Operaciones en cuestiones de género y diversidad cultural para la planificación de los cursos y planes formativos.
  • Asesorar al Gerente de Operaciones en la gestión de entrenamiento y capacitación, asegurando que las técnicas empleadas sean pedagógicamente medibles y están de acuerdo con los IMAS y las NT – AICMA, así como los POAs de DRC – ACM.
  • Supervisar y controlar a los instructores de los diferentes cursos de entrenamiento que cumplan con lo dispuesto en el POA 09 de “Entrenamiento y Calificaciones”.
  • Identificar las necesidades de adquisición de los diferentes elementos necesarios para la realización de los diferentes cursos y capacitaciones.
  • Proponer al Gerente de Operaciones el mejoramiento de las técnicas existentes a que haya lugar, y su respectiva enmienda a los POAs.
  • Contribuir al desarrollo y la implementación de herramientas de monitoreo y evaluación, para una mejor evaluación del personal.

Gestión de equipo

  • Asesorar en la capacitación al personal para que tengan las habilidades y la capacidad pertinentes para realizar las diferentes actividades de ENT/Despeje/EOD.
  • Apoyar a la creación de capacidad operacional conforme a los POA, NTC, GOP e IMAS.
  • Participar en el proceso de reclutamiento para el nuevo personal según corresponda (por ejemplo, descripción del puesto, anuncio de vacante, entrevista, etc.); y responsable del proceso de inducción para el nuevo personal cuando sea relevante.
  • Gestionar las herramientas, equipo y en general todo el material necesario para impartir los diferentes cursos requeridos en el desminado humanitario.

Coordinación

  • Coordinar con las partes interesadas relevantes en el campo y ponerse en contacto con las autoridades e individuos relevantes para asegurar una implementación sin problemas de las actividades.
  • Apoyar al Gerente de Operaciones en el enlace con las partes interesadas y autoridades antes mencionadas.
  • Participen proactivamente en las reuniones regulares del programa y proporcionen actualizaciones según corresponda.

Experiencia y competencias técnicas:

  • Cinco años de experiencia en Desminado Humanitario.
  • Experiencia en Gestión de Calidad.
  • Experiencia en Planeación de programas de entrenamiento o afines.
  • Conocimiento y experiencia en la implementación de sistemas de calidad mediante la aplicación de los procedimientos con enfoque al entrenamiento y calificaciones en el marco de las actividades de Desminado Humanitario.
  • Experiencia en el trabajo de implementación de estándares o procedimientos de acción integral contra minas (EOD, ENT, Despeje, ERM, etc.)
  • Conocimiento y experiencia en organizar e implementar capacitaciones en: Desminadores, Supervisores y Jefes de Equipo de Despeje, ENT, EOD y ERM.
  • Experiencia como instructor EOD.
  • Experiencia como auditor de entrenamiento y capacitación.
  • Conocimiento o experiencia de Monitoreo y Evaluación.
  • Conocimiento práctico de los procedimientos presupuestario, supervisión y contabilidad.
  • Excelentes habilidades de organización y capacidad para gestionar eficazmente las prioridades y tomar iniciativas.
  • Compromiso con la mejora continua de los resultados individuales y de toda la organización;
  • Excelentes habilidades de comunicación verbal y escrita, incluida la capacidad de producir contenido para fines de comunicación externa.
  • Conocimiento práctico de Microsoft Office. Nivel avanzado de Excel.

Educación: Título universitario y/o Técnicos afines.

Idiomas:

  • Español – fluido
  • Inglés – Nivel medio o avanzado (deseable).
  • Todas las funciones de DRC requieren que el titular domine las competencias básicas de DRC:
  • Lograr la excelencia: enfocando en alcanzar resultados y al mismo tiempo garantizar procesos eficientes.
  • Colaboración: Involucrar a las personas relevantes y alentar retroalimentación.
  • Tomar la iniciativa: Tomar la iniciativa mientras se busca la solución.
  • Comunicar: escuchar y hablar con eficacia y honestidad.
  • Demostrar integridad: actuar de acuerdo con la visión y los valores de DRC.
  • Ofrecemos:
  • La oportunidad de pertenecer a una de las mejores ONG’s a nivel mundial.
  • Contrato laboral a término fijo inicialmente a 2 meses con todas las prestaciones de ley. Renovación sujeta a la aprobación de la acreditación.
  • Salario iniciando: 6.180.000, según experiencia y competencias del candidato.
  • Fecha de inicio: El ingreso del candidato seleccionado esta sujeto a la confirmación de financiación por parte del donante..
  • Medicina prepagada, cubrimiento del 100% de la póliza para el empleado y precio especial para beneficiarios.
  • Acceso a más de 1,000 capacitaciones y certificados en línea gratuitos.
  • Salario y condiciones de acuerdo con los términos de empleo en Colombia.

Proceso de solicitud

Todos los solicitantes deben subir una carta de presentación y un CV actualizado (no más de cuatro páginas). Si aplica a la vacante entedemos que cuenta con la disponibilidad de desplazarce a Caquetá y Bolivar.

Para aplicar a la vacante, consultar www.drc.ngo en Vacantes

Fecha de cierre de solicitudes: martes 31 de mayo de 2022 a las 11:59 am Hora Local.

Se recomienda hacer la aplicación a este vacante lo mas pronto posible, si ésta es de su interés. Tenga en cuenta que las solicitudes se revisarán continuamente y las entrevistas se planificarán tan pronto como se identifique a un candidato adecuado. DRC se reserva el derecho a cerrar la vacante antes de la fecha limite una vez se identifique a un candidato idóneo.

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Mar 302022
 

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Countries: Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Colombia, Ethiopia, Malawi, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South Sudan
Organization: Christian Aid
Closing date: 8 Apr 2022

About us

Christian Aid exists to create a world where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty. We are a global movement of people, churches, and local organisations who passionately champion dignity, equality, and justice worldwide. We are the changemakers, the peacemakers, the mighty of heart.

About the role

We are recruiting a Senior Internal Auditor International to work internationally developing our capacity in Africa, Asia & Middle East, and Latin & Central America.

The role will be part of the global Audit Risk and Assurance team, but its main focus will be to deliver a schedule of internal audits in the international programmes covering both whole country programmes and individual donor grants, reporting to the Internal Audit Manager for International.

This is a high-profile role that requires significant communication, negotiation, influencing, process, and controls skills to assist organisational understanding of and management of risk. It is also required to test compliance to Christian Aid’s key controls

About you

You are a skilled accountant with years of internal audit experience with INGOs. You can work on assignments autonomously or as part of a team. You can expertly interface with relevant audit stakeholders, scoping of audit work, testing of systems and processes, and providing timely reporting on the results of the audit to management for audits allocated to them within the overall internal audit plan. You are proactive and can support the capacity building of international teams, working closely with the Internal Audit Manager, International and help to embed a strong culture of compliance to ensure excellence in systems and processes.

Further information

This role requires applicants to have the right to work in the country where this position is based.

For internal candidates (CA staff) – This role can be based in their base location and where CA (Christian Aid) has an operational office.

For external Candidates (Non-CA staff) – This role is open for nationals based in the following locations:

  • Bangladesh
  • Burkina Faso
  • Burundi
  • Colombia
  • Ethiopia
  • India
  • Malawi
  • Nigeria
  • Sierra Leone
  • South Sudan

Salary Information: The salary will be based on Country pay scale rates and currency as follows:

  • Bangladesh – BDT -Tk 2,374,539
  • Burkina Faso – XOF 18,381,454
  • Burundi – BIF 67,546,863
  • Colombia –
  • Ethiopia – $25,643
  • India – INR – ₨ 1,745054
  • Malawi – GBP 28,487
  • Nigeria – NGN 14,825,050
  • Sierra Leone – GBP 25,120 P.A
  • South Sudan – $44,217 P.A

We value diversity and aspire to reflect this in its workforce. We welcome applications from people from all sections of the community, irrespective of race, colour, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion, or belief.

Christian Aid is committed to providing a safe and trusted environment for every person connected to the work we do; and to preventing any type of unwanted behaviour including sexual harassment and exploitation, abuse, and financial misconduct. Any candidate offered a job with Christian Aid is expected to share and demonstrate our values and adhere to Christian Aid’s Safeguarding policy and sign Christian Aid’s Code of Conduct.

You can expect a wide range of rewards and benefits, including a generous holiday allowance and flexibility that will ensure you enjoy a good work/life balance.

Competency questions

As part of your application you will be asked to demonstrate your suitability by giving answers to the following questions:

Impact and Influence: Describe a situation where you have identified a complex issue that impacted a number of different stakeholders and made appropriate recommendations in a credible and persuasive manner. How did you go about it and what difference did your input make to the situation that you had identified?

Customer Focus: In a recent role, what steps have you made to proactively develop relationships with people outside of your immediate team. How would these stakeholders describe you?

Effectiveness & Accountability: Describe a time when you have had to deal with competing priorities. How did you prioritise and what were the consequences of your decision?

How to apply:

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Mar 302022
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Oxfam
Closing date: 6 Apr 2022

Terms of Reference

Building resilience through gender and conflict sensitive approaches to education, skills development and sustainable livelihoods in South Sudan

(Project Audit)

Partner Affiliate Ref 10877

Main Facts Table

Services **

Audit

Indicative Audit dates

11th April – 2022, to 14st April 2022

Contract Manager

Hellen Katunge

Contact Details

HKatunge@oxfam.org.uk

Duration of Contract

5th July 2021 – 31st Dec 2021

Oxfam is an independent organization, registered as a charity in England and Wales (no.202918) and Scotland (SC039042), Oxfam GB is a member of Oxfam International, with partners, volunteers, supporters and staff of many nationalities. We work on a global basis to overcome poverty and suffering. You can see more of our work on www.oxfam.org.uk

1. Background

Oxfam GB is a development, relief and campaigning organisation dedicated to finding lasting solutions to poverty and suffering around the world. We believe that every human being is entitled to a life of dignity and opportunity; and we work with poor communities, local partner organisations, volunteers, and supporters to help this become a reality.

The population of South Sudan continues to face severe challenges in terms of meeting basic needs and future prospects. The cycles of violent conflict compounded by an array of multifaceted challenges and political instability in has seriously affected socioeconomic development and compromised basic services infrastructure including education for girls and boys, and livelihood opportunities for women and men in South Sudan. The country, which only gained independence in July 2011, has one of the highest poverty rates in the world with more than 80% of the population living on the equivalent of less than $1per day income.

Food insecurity, a long-term issue for South Sudan, has worsened and continues to rise with estimated 6.96 million (61%) likely to face phase 3 out which 1.82 million people faced emergency phase 4 (IPC June, 2019). The conflict and displacement of populations has had an impact on agricultural production and livestock keeping, which the majority of people depend on for their livelihood.

The effects of climate change add to South Sudan’s food security crisis. Since 1980, decreasing rainfall has been accompanied by rapid increases in temperature, which is making ‘normal’ years effectively drier, this increase in dry spells as well as floods has further diminished their assets and their capacity to withstand shocks

Public spending on education was just 4.2% of the total annual budget in 2017/18 despite Government promises to spend 10%. Most education financing goes to staff (mainly teacher) salaries, state transfers, goods and services, but not investments in education infrastructure or quality of education.

South Sudanese women and girls facing multiple impact as Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) is being used as weapon of war and families giving their daughters in marriage in exchange of the cattle as bride price to overcome poverty.

Based on the context analysis above and on the existing experience of working in the target areas and with the local partners , The project funded by SIDA has been designed to address the imminent education crisis of South Sudan leaving millions of children, youth and adults without knowledge and skills, Especially young people and girls/women out-of-school will benefit from the activities as vehicles for change, the lack of qualified teachers with competences in gender and conflict sensitive education, poor livelihood opportunities induced by conflict and climate change, specifically related to subsistence agriculture and livestock rearing and Women face protection issues and have limited opportunities to participate in decision making and economic activities

2. Introduction

With an objective to strengthen resilience through access to education, skills development and improving livelihoods and a strong focus on targeting girls and women, a particularly vulnerable group in South Sudan, the proposed intervention aims to contribute to key objectives under Sweden’s Strategy for Development Cooperation with South Sudan for 2021 – 2025, namely: 1) peaceful and inclusive societies, and 2) basic public services and livelihood opportunities. The three cross-cutting themes of gender equality, climate/environment and conflict sensitivity have been taken into consideration in the design. In addition, the proposed project will support Sweden’s and South Sudan’s contribution to achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.

The complex context in South Sudan calls for linkages and synergies in a One Programme Approach, which is defined by Oxfam in the following way “Oxfam’s one programme approach brings together our humanitarian, development and influencing programming to make a joined-up system capable of addressing current crises while delivering deep, systemic and long-term change at scale.

In this project the approach requires a transformation of traditional education interventions to a practice where different alternative education initiatives (ALP, functional literacy) are adapted to the needs of local communities and individuals, and integrated and implemented together with agriculture, livelihoods and technical vocational skills development programming.

The project designed also to draw on thinking around the ‘triple nexus’ (humanitarian – development – peacebuilding) by applying a conflict sensitive approach, which enables Oxfam and partners to adapt activities to the changing context. Concrete activities such as inclusion of youth and women in social dialogue around peacebuilding are intended to strengthen this strand of work.

Overall Objective of the project: Improved resilience through gender and conflict sensitive education and skill-based solutions for sustainable livelihoods among the target girls, boys, women and men.

Outcome 1: Conflict-affected adolescents, youth, women and men have improved knowledge and skills through safe, quality and gender responsive education and skills development.

Outcome 2: Strengthened inclusive participation and gender responsive local leadership to ensure resilient education systems and sustainable livelihoods.

Activities contributing to Outcome 1 Conflict-affected adolescents, youth, women and men to improve knowledge and skills through safe, quality and gender responsive education and skills development.

The project will offer learning opportunities for adolescent and youth in different ways according to their level of education. One of them is the Accelerated Learning Program (ALP) which is an opportunity for out of school adolescent and youth to finalize primary education. ALP is a condensed primary four-year course and recognized by the MoGEI as part of the Alternative Education System (AES).

The project will support girls in upper primary to continue their education and avoid early drop-out through targeted activities and more broadly through the project’s gender sensitive lens.

For skills development activities, Oxfam and partners will provide a combination of literacy, numeracy, life and technical skills development modules. Participants will have an option to continue skills development or applying for an accompanying package of a small startup grant.

Activities contributing to Outcome 2: Strengthened inclusive participation and gender responsive local leadership to ensure resilient education systems and sustainable livelihoods.

Given the nature of the proposed project, capacity development will focus on community based structures and local authorities within the education system – schools and learning centers Other stakeholders such as religious and village leaders will be consulted and involved where relevant.

The activities will strengthen existing structures to understand their role, the tools and processes related to their area of work as well as how to support community engagement, social accountability, risk reduction, and promoting social cohesion

The project will through learning centres both for accelerated learning, literacy training and skills development increase the community capacity to responds to shocks through community managed disaster risk reduction action planning .

Establishment of Village Saving Groups will be a complementary activity to beneficiaries of the other livelihood activities to encourage a culture of savings among groups and create Village Community Banks (VICOBA)

Relating to increasing productivity and production, the project will provide basic seeds and tools, mobilize communities to form producer groups to increase production and enable for easy delivery of extension services, construction of basic storage structures for reducing post-harvest losses and establish value-chains and increase farmers’ access to market, increase capacity of producer groups on better agronomic practices, business skills (linking to the financial, numeracy and literacy training).

The project will cover a period of four years from July’2021 to May’2025. And implementation areas will be Pibor, Jube and Rumbek in South Sudan. The total grant for five years period is SEK 85,494,235 ( USD9,906,330) including ICR allocation to executive Affiliate ( OXFAM IBIS). The project has been design ed to implement with national organizations.

The grant agreement is arranged in annual terms that follows European Calendar ( January to December) . The grant agreement and allocation for year one is $ 1,332,337 ( including 7% ICR) and the actual spend is $ 286,053 ( exclusive of 7% ICR).

3. Scope and Requirements

3.1 Timeline for the audit

The audit will commence in April 2022 when Oxfam GB will submit a complete list of transactions (for the period 5th of July’2021 to 31st December’2021) to the selected auditor. The table below stipulates the approximate timing for each subsequent stage of the process.

Audit firm to submit work plan and financial proposal

Before or on 6thth of April’2022

Selection process for the Audit firm completed

7thAprill’ 2022

Notifying selected Audit firm and negotiation/ Contract completed

7–8thAprill’ 2022

Transaction listing supplied to auditor

8thAprill’ 2022

Sample selected by auditor and share to Oxfam

9th April’ 2022

Auditor to review documentation

12-15thApril’ 2022

Draft audit report to be submitted to Oxfam for comment and follow-up

21st April,2022

Finalise country audit report

26th April,2022

Final report and management response to be sent to Oxfam IBIS

1stthMay’ 2022

3.2 Process for the audit

Oxfam GB will submit the financial reports including detailed transaction listings which reconciles to each report. The auditor will identify the transactions that they would like to review and submit this list to Oxfam GB. Oxfam GB will then contact the relevant country team to obtain the supporting documentation and request them to send the soft copies of the information to Juba. We have allowed two weeks for this process to take place, as it is proposed that email copies of transactions and relevant paperwork is acceptable, by the auditors. Once the documentation is received the audit will take place during second week of April’ 2022. The auditor shall report the identified amount in case there is missing supporting documentation.

4. Terms of Reference (TOR) for the audit

4.1 Introduction

Oxfam GB wishes to engage the services of an auditor to audit the project financial report for the period July’2021 to December 2021 for project activities at Oxfam GB country office in Juba funded by SIDA through Oxfam IBIS in Denmark and Oxfam GB. The audit shall be carried out in accordance with international audit standards issued by International Organization Federation of Accountants (IFAC), by an external, independent and qualified auditor (Certified Public Accountant/Authorized Public Accountant), and this TOR.

4.2 Objectives and Scope of the Audit

· Audit the financial reports for the period 5th July 2021 to 31st December 2021 and express an audit opinion according to ISA 800 series on whether SIDA project financial report is in accordance with Oxfam GB’s accounting records and SIDA’s requirements for financial reporting.

· that the accounts have been prepared as prescribed by the OPA and FIMM;

· that the accounts are correct and accurate and do not contain significant errors or omissions;

· that the financial provisions contained in FIMM have been complied with, and

· that the transactions comprised by the accounts are in accordance with contracts and the legislation and the OPA

The audit also will verify whether the CO has practised reasonable economies in the administration.

The auditor must verify that all transfers to and from the accounts have been reconciled with and checked against the transfers of grants from HO and to the CO.

· The auditor shall examine on a test basis that there is supporting documentation related to reported expenditure. For selection of sample size, please see updated ToR for SIDA funded project audit.i

· Examine if Oxfam GB has agreements with the organisations to which it channels parts of the funds and whether Oxfam GB has followed SIDA p audit requirements and have acted on received audit reports from these organisations.

· Produce a complete and accurate financing statement of the projects revenues and expenditure during the period under review.

· The auditors will obtain sufficient and appropriate evidence to enable an understanding of the accounting and all internal controls systems to assess their adequacy as a basis for the preparation of the project progress reports to SIDA and to establish whether proper accounting records have been maintained.

4.3 Specific Audit Instructions

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4.4 The Audit Report

The audit report shall be in English and include the following items:

o Programme/Project number and name

o Implementing organisation

o Date of the co-operation agreement

o Reporting period and currency

o Exchange rate used in the Financial Programme/Project Report

o Total amount of budgeted income and expenditures (including balance from previous year) if any

o Total amount of actual income and expenditures (including balance from previous year) if any

o Auditor’s name, position, address, phone, fax and e-mail the report shall contain the responsible auditor’s signature (not just the audit firm) and title

o Opinion on the specific checks to be performed (listed above).

· Besides an opinion on the project financial statement, the report should include a separate paragraph commenting on the accuracy and propriety of expenditure of SIDA funding and the extent to which SIDA can rely on OXFAM’s financial reports as a basis for funding disbursements.

· The report shall contain details regarding used audit methodology and the scope of the audit, details of locations visited, and the relative size of samples tested.

· It should also state he basis of the auditor’s opinion. If the auditors give a qualified opinion the factors leading to the qualification should be given.

· The report shall contain an assurance that the audit was performed in accordance with international standards and by a qualified auditor.

· The audit report should provide a clear expression of opinion on the management of the OXFAM and on compliance with the funding agreement with SIDA through Oxfam IBIS

· The report from the auditor shall contain the audit findings made during the audit process explained above.

· The auditor shall make recommendations to address any weaknesses identified. The recommendations should be presented in priority.

· The audit report shall be presented to Oxfam in three signed hardcopies and one digital for onward transmission to the Oxfam IBIS no later than 27th of April 2022.

4.5. Management Letter.

The auditor is to prepare a Management Letter with the auditor’s detailed observations and recommendations from the audit and send this to CO Management. The Management Letter should include CO Management’s comments to the auditor’s observations

4.6. Project Financial Statements

The Project Financial Statements should include:

· A Summary of Sources & Uses of Funds showing the sources of SIDA and counterpart funds separately and the uses of funds by disbursement category, both for the current fiscal year and accumulated to date.

· A Statement of Uses of Funds by Project Activity showing expenditures of the project under each of the main project component and sub-component headings

· A separate note of any ineligible expenditure identified during the review

· As an annex to the Project Financial Statements, the auditor should prepare reconciliation between the amounts shown as received by the project from SIDA and that confirmed as being disbursed by SIDA As part of that reconciliation, the auditor should indicate the mechanism for the disbursement e.g. direct/ indirect reimburse expenditures.

5. Instructions for Submitting a Quote

5.1 Submitting a Quote

You will receive a request for quotation for the work to be done through our Procurement department and submit your quotation through an email based on the estimated expenditure to be audited.

In an event of significant variation between actual expenditure and quotation, Oxfam may request you to adjust the quotation.

N/a

How to apply:

Auditors are to direct any queries and questions regarding the content or process to jkeyar@oxfam.org.uk, HKatunge@oxfam.org.uk, and Csworo@oxfam.org.uk copying FKoske@Oxfam.org.uk , jubaquotations@oxfam.org.uk

All the proposals MUST be submitted to Jubaquotations@oxfam.org.uk by 06th April 2022

1. Enclosures

Appendix A: Oxfam’s Ethical and Environmental Policy

Oxfam requests that its suppliers incorporate the following statement into its final contract or terms and conditions of business. If you are unable to attest or agree to any of the following tterms, please inform your contact at Oxfam and we will discuss how best to incorporate an alternative statement.

Annex 1: Ethical Declaration You undertake that you, your parent, subsidiaries and any other organisations with an interest of more than 10% in your organisation, are not involved in any of the following activities: **

· arms manufacture;

· the sale or export of arms or strategic services to governments which systematically violate the human rights of their citizens, or where there is internal armed conflict or major tensions, or where the sale of arms may jeopardise regional peace and security.

· tobacco production and sale;

· the sale of baby-milk outside the WHO Code of Conduct;

· pesticide sales outside the FAO guidelines for pesticide retailing;

· extractive industries;

· public or formal party-political involvement or activity that compromises Oxfam’s independence; and/or

· any other activities which violate the basic rights of Oxfam GB’s intended beneficiaries.

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Right2Grow Project Coordinator

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Mar 162022
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Save the Children
Closing date: 4 Apr 2022

Right2Grow Project Coordinator (Only South Sudanese national to apply) Juba

The job holder will be responsible for the effective implementation of the various (Nutrition, WASH) components of the Right to Grow (R2G) programme and ensure effective coordination among the SCI implementing members, CSO/CBO, government line ministries, CSA-SUN, and the state nutrition cluster in Jonglei. S/he has principal responsibility for representation for the R2G program to local Government entities. S/he provides strategic leadership and supervision of all grant activities in Jonglei while ensuring the security, feasibility, and sustainability of the program. Responsible for the overall planning, implementation and management of the project as well as the achievement of the goals and objectives of the project in a timely and cost effective manner

Ensure strong communication and coordination with all team members as a means to effectively achieve program objectives. Encourage transparency among and between consortium members to promote coordination and effectiveness. Ensure effective coordination of the R2G program with government line ministries, SUN-CSA, INGO, UN agencies, and state Cluster coordination mechanisms.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Holder of BSc degree in nutrition, project management, development studies, Social Sciences or relevant discipline
  • Demonstrable experience in any of the sectors ((Nutrition, Advocacy, WASH, Food Security and Livelihood).
  • Minimum of 5 years working experience in a management position within an emergency or development context.
  • Previous experience of managing and developing a team and the ability to lead, motivate and develop others.
  • Robust implementation and NGO emergency program cycle management experience, and with experience of working within a complex and matrix organisation structure
  • Ability to analyse information, evaluate options and to think and plan strategically
  • Significant knowledge of MEAL, monitoring and evaluation tools and experience with undertaking evaluations and reviews.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including high level fluency in verbal and written English required.
  • Commitment to and understanding of Save the Children’s aims, values and principles including rights-based approaches.
  • Computer literacy and proficiency in MS Word and Excel spreadsheets
  • Fluency in written and spoken English and local languages.

Female candidates are highly encouraged to apply

Desirable

Perform other duties as may be delegated by the internal auditor

Contract Duration: 1 year Fixed Term

Location: Juba, South Sudan

The Organisation

We employ approximately 25,000 people across the globe and work on the ground in over 100 countries to help children affected by crises, or those that need better healthcare, education and child protection. We also campaign and advocate at the highest levels to realise the right of children and to ensure their voices are heard.

We are working towards three 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

We know that great people make a great organization, and that our employees play a crucial role in helping us achieve our ambitions for children. We value our people and offer a meaningful and rewarding career, along with a collaborative and inclusive environment where ambition, creativity, and integrity are highly valued.

Application Information:

Please attach a copy of motivation letter and detailed curriculum vitae as one document clearly indicating position applying for, and include details of your current remuneration and salary expectations. at https://southsudan.savethechildren.net/careers

We need to keep children safe so our selection process, which includes rigorous background checks, reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.

All employees are expected to carry out their duties in accordance with our global anti-harassment policy.

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Internal Audit Coordinator

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Mar 112022
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Save the Children
Closing date: 30 Mar 2022

Internal Audit Coordinator (Only South Sudanese national to apply) Attached a copy of Nationality ID

To provide an independent objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve the organisation’s operation by using a systematic disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes. The main role is to conduct internal audits of SCI Country office programs spread across the Country as well as performing other duties in the absence of, or as delegated by the Internal Auditor. Participate in annual audit planning for SCI CO based on risk assessments and communicate the audit dates, as appropriate to Senior Management Team (SMT).

Support the Internal Auditor to identify and mitigate risk using tools that facilitate both field level and Country Office level risk analysis and mitigation.

Assist the Internal Auditor in assessment of existing internal controls, systems and processes in the country for their adequacy and effectiveness and advise and supports management in their strengthening.

Perform risks-based audits (RBIA) of various organizational units (i.e. Finance, Supply Chain Management, Human Resource) aimed at evaluating the adequacy of the systems of internal control and recommending improvements in controls in areas where deficiencies are identified.

Performing risk-based audits of grant funded projects such as EU, USAID, WFP etc

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s degree in an area of accounting, auditing or Business administration or equivalent. Completed Internal Audit qualification (CIA)or other professional certification (CFE, CRMA, CISA).
  • At least 3 years’ recent professional experience in Internal Audit and Risk management. Experience in working for humanitarian, charitable or not for profit organisation.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Cultural awareness and ability to work well in an international environment with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
  • Strong results orientation, with the ability to challenge existing mind sets
  • Ability to present complex information in a succinct and compelling manner
  • Fluency in English, both verbal and written.
  • Commitment to Save the Children values.

Female candidates are highly encouraged to apply

Desirable

Perform other duties as may be delegated by the internal auditor

Contract Duration: 1 year Fixed Term

Location: Juba, South Sudan

The Organisation

We employ approximately 25,000 people across the globe and work on the ground in over 100 countries to help children affected by crises, or those that need better healthcare, education and child protection. We also campaign and advocate at the highest levels to realise the right of children and to ensure their voices are heard.

We are working towards three 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

We know that great people make a great organization, and that our employees play a crucial role in helping us achieve our ambitions for children. We value our people and offer a meaningful and rewarding career, along with a collaborative and inclusive environment where ambition, creativity, and integrity are highly valued.

Application Information:

Please attach a copy of motivation letter and detailed curriculum vitae as one document clearly indicating position applying for, and include details of your current remuneration and salary expectations. at https://southsudan.savethechildren.net/careers

We need to keep children safe so our selection process, which includes rigorous background checks, reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.

All employees are expected to carry out their duties in accordance with our global anti-harassment policy.

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INTERNAL AUDITOR, South Sudan

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Feb 242022
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Action Africa Help – International
Closing date: 14 Mar 2022

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Action Africa Help International (AAH-I), an African-led non-governmental organization that supports livelihood-challenged communities in East and Southern Africa to sustainably improve their well-being and standard of living. With Country Programmes in South Sudan, Kenya, Somalia, Uganda, Zambia and Ethiopia, AAH-I has over 30 years’ experience working with communities in conflict and post-conflict situations, including refugees, internally displaced people and host communities. AAH-I also works with other marginalized communities, including pastoralists and people living in informal urban settlements.

In South Sudan, AAH-I works in Greater Equatoria, Greater Jonglei, Greater Upper Nile and Greater Unity State, with field offices in Juba, Yei, Maridi, Yambio, Mundri, Bor, Wau, Ajong Thok, Maban and Malakal.

AAH-I is looking to recruit a suitably qualified candidate to fill the vacant position of Internal Auditor to be based in Juba (Central Equatoria State), South Sudan.

Reports to: AAH-I Board and Regional Director

Department/Unit: Audit

Staff Management: N/A**

Liaises with:**

Internal

· Heads of Sector; Security coordinator; HR Manager, and Procurement Coordinator

· Monitoring and evaluation Manager

· Country Finance Manager and Team

· Other Area Coordinators

· Regional Finance & Administration Coordinator, Country Programme

· Country Finance Managers/Officers, Sector Heads, Project Managers, Accountants, and Coordinators and field Finance team.

External

· External Auditors

· Partners, Donors support agencies: UNHCR, WFP, UNICEF, OCHA, etc.

Duty Station: Juba (Central Equatoria State), South Sudan with travel to field stations and other
AAH-I Country Programmes.

Job Summary:

The role of the Internal Auditor will be to ensure the economical, effective and efficient use of resources, safeguard the organisation’s assets, ensure compliance with established policies, procedures, laws and regulations, and ensure that country programmes are adequately delivering their objectives. The role will also coordinate and review risk management at the country and regional level. S/he will be expected to produce regular reports to senior management and the Audit Committee summarising key audit issues and report on any fraud and irregularities. The Internal Auditor shall comply with the rules and regulations laid down by AAH-I.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The roles of the Internal Auditor include risk management, compliance, execution of the audit, and reporting.

1. Risk Management

a) Identify potential risk areas in the course of audits and investigations and ensure processes have been designed well enough to enable managers to manage the risks that they are responsible for in an effective way.

b) Ensure controls are properly designed, implemented and operationally effective to mitigate those risks.

c) Ensure AAH-I risk profile is developed regularly, monitored and updated.

2. Compliance and Policy Reviews

a) Examine financial records, information storage systems and internal controls to ensure there are no indications of mismanagement, unnecessary waste of resources or fraud.

b) Ensure controls established are strictly adhered to and in line with the guiding objectives of AAH-I.

c) Ensure that laid down limits of authority are consistently complied with.

d) Review the existing policies and procedures of AAH-I and f Donor agencies to ensure the Finance and Department Operational manuals are appropriate and meeting compliance requirements.

e) Examine the utilisation of budgets in relation to the donor’s/AAH-I allowed areas of expense.

f) Ensure legislative or regulatory issues affecting AAH-I are recognized and addressed appropriately.

g) Employee’s actions are in compliance with policies, standards, procedures and applicable laws and regulations.

3. Audit Execution

a) Conduct internal audits of AAH-I Headquarters and Country Offices as scheduled in the Annual Audit Plan and within the deadlines established in the annual Audit Calendar; which will include planning, collecting, analysing, interpreting, and documenting information to support audit results, communicating results, and following up to ascertain that appropriate action is taken on reported audit findings; in accordance with Internal Audit standard.

b) Prepare annual audit plan and audit calendar based on audit risk areas identified by the AAH-I, external audit results, and internal auditor experience.

c) Examine and evaluate financial and information systems, recommending controls to ensure system reliability and data integrity.

d) Continually review controls put in place for adequacy and verify supporting documents for purpose, value for money, eligibility and appropriate authorization.

e) Check and ensure that relevant procurement processes are followed.

f) Perform investigations of suspected fraud or misappropriations and complete special projects as assigned.

g) Assist in external audit assignments on internal control and substantive testing accurately as requested, completely and in a timely manner.

h) Provide a liaison role in the management of annual external audit and in donor audits of specific projects.

i) Ensure the audit report is received by management with a final report addressed to the Regional Finance & Admin Coordinator for HQ and Country Programme Coordinator, at country level. Copies of the report should at the same time be forwarded to the Chair of the Internal Audit Committee and the AAH-I Chair.

4. Reporting

a) Prepare reports including executive summary, details of findings and recommendations on each assignment.

b) Ensure that the reports provide management and stakeholders with the opportunity to evaluate and weigh the issues being reported in the proper context and perspective.

c) Discuss findings and come to an agreement with the Management at HQ or at country level on recommendations and timelines for corrective actions.

d) Follow up on findings and recommendations to ensure compliance.

5. Expected Outcomes

a) Accounting and internal control systems constantly reviewed within the whole of the AAH-I, including Head, country and field offices.

b) Appropriate accounting systems designed and recommendations for improvements provided regularly where necessary.

c) Tests and procedures designed that shall monitor the financial/accounting operations and recommend improvements thereto.

d) Financial and operating information regularly examined including review of means to identify, measure, classify, and report such information.

e) The economy, efficiency and effectiveness of operations constantly reviewed including non-financial controls of the organization.

f) Constant review of compliance of AAH-I finance and accounting procedures with the relevant laws, regulations and other external requirements and with internal policies and directives and other requirements including appropriate authorisation of transactions.

g) Special investigations undertaken into particular areas (e.g. suspected fraud or misuse of the organisation’s resources).

Required Qualifications

· Minimum of a Bachelor degree in business related field. Master’s degree will be an added advantage.

· Must have obtained Professional certification – CPA/CA or ACCA, CFE, CIA and/ or CISA;

· Minimum of 3 years’ experience with internal or external audit experience

Additional Skills & Competences

· Organisational risk based audit skills

· Communications skills (written and spoken)

· Organisational and managerial skills

· ICT Specialty (email, spread-sheets, word, database, job-related software, etc.)

· Good understanding of internal audit including international trends and best practices

· Excellent leadership, analytical and report-writing skills

· Working knowledge of USAID/UNHCR, EU, World Bank and other donor compliance requirements will be an asset

· Team-work and participation

· Level of self-supervision and ability to take initiative

· Degree of accuracy and attention to detail

· NGO experience and understanding of humanitarian sector is highly desirable

· Commitment to and understanding of AAH-I’s vision, mission and values

How to apply:

actionafricahelp.org/careers/

Application Instructions

AAH-I is an equal-opportunity employer.

ü Interested candidates should email application letter and CV (with 3 referees) addressed to recruithq@actionafricahelp.org

ü The email Subject Line must show the Job Vacancy.

Deadline:

ü All applications must be submitted latest by 14th March, 2022 COB (4.00PM).

ü We thank candidates for their high interest in the opportunities we publish on our website.

ü Due to the high number of applications we receive, we will only get back to shortlisted candidates.

NB: **

ü *AAHI does not charge nor has it contracted any agency to conduct this recruitment on its behalf.

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Senior Grants Manager

 Almacen, FULL TIME, Informatica, Sistemas, Internet  Comments Off on Senior Grants Manager
Dec 082021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: International Rescue Committee
Closing date: 28 Feb 2022

The Senior Grants Manager is the focal point for program design and proposal development, donor reporting, grants information management and grants management capacity-building efforts. The Senior Grants Manager also supports programmatic and budgetary monitoring, compliance with donors and internal IRC rules and regulations. The Senior Grants Manager will work closely with the in-country program teams and will report to IRC’s South Sudan Deputy Director of Programs (DDP). In addition, the Senior Grants Manager will be responsible for managing and building the capacity of the Grants Manager and the Grants Officer.

Major responsibilities

The Senior Grants Manager shall:

1. Proposal Development

• Lead the development of proposals for submission to donors in coordination with sector leads and the finance and operations teams. Including:

• Analyzing requests for proposals

• Organizing and managing the use of timelines, templates and guidelines for proposals

• Liaising with programs and finance staff regarding proposal writing and budgeting

• Writing or compiling and managing review of proposals

• Packaging proposals for submission.

• Maintain a track record of lessons learned from proposal development and donor responses.

• Liaise with NY and UK AMU units in order to ensure proposals meet internal standards, apply IRC Program Framework principles and are donor compliant.

• Participate in all internal program strategy meetings with senior management team.

2. Reporting

• Lead reporting process, coordinating with in-country staff for updates and HQ for approvals before submission to the donor.

• Ensure that reports to donors are submitted on time; that reports are coherent, accurate and compliant with donor regulations (monthly, quarterly, interim or final reports).

• Play a key role in Grant Opening and Closing meetings, as well as monthly/regular grants management meetings which include representation from each unit (finance, programs, and logistics) and ensure proper follow up of issues raised.

3. Donor Compliance

• Maintain contact and coordinate with donors regarding grant implementation, compliance and other requirements, in coordination with senior management.

• Actively participate in relevant donor meetings and coordinate meetings as necessary.

• Review donor agreements and coordinate their review with the relevant IRC HQ office.

• Provide technical guidance on IRC and donor regulations to ensure compliance within operations, program implementation and reporting, in coordination with IRC’s HQ and IRC UK, when necessary. Raise compliance issues proactively with senior management as necessary.

• Ensure quality information management through regular maintenance of grant files, reporting calendars, timely submission and updating of internal IRC documentation and other Grant Unit tools, including coordination and preparation of documents and files for internal and external audits.

• Ensure that partnership and sub-grant related administrative processes and procedures are consistently implemented throughout the program, including pre-award compliance checks, agreements, and disbursements and reporting.

• Respond to donor, auditor and external requests as needed.

4. Staff Management and Development

• Coach, train, and mentor staff with the aim of strengthening their technical capacity, exchanging knowledge within the team and providing professional development guidance.

• Supervise and mentor direct-report staff, including communicating clear expectations, setting performance objectives, providing regular and timely performance feedback, and leading documented semi-annual performance reviews.

• Provide constructive feedback and counsel on appropriate career paths and professional development.

• Promote and monitor staff care and well-being; approve and manage all leave requests to ensure adequate coverage.

• Build grant management capacity of field staff by facilitating training, and providing one on one follow up support in report writing, proposal development and other related topics.

Other

• Undertake other key grants management, program development, monitoring and evaluation, communications and external relations activities as requested

Qualifications

• Graduate degree – international development or similar, or bachelor’s degree with significant grants management experience and superior writing skills

• At least three years of experience working in projects and/or grants management, proposal/business development/design, in various contexts

• Strong understanding and knowledge of USG (USAID/OFDA/BPRM), European (ECHO, EU, SIDA), DFID, UN (UNHCR/UNFPA/UNDP/OCHA/WFP/FAO) and other donor rules and regulations

• Proven competency with program design, M&E, proposal writing (including logical frameworks) and building budgets using MS Excel

• Excellent writing skills and experience in writing proposals/concept notes

• Excellent organizational skills and ability to determine priorities and meet multiple deadlines;

• Detail-oriented with good multi-tasking abilities and communication skills, both oral and written; and

• Able to work well both within a team and independently, in a challenging and fast-moving multicultural environment

• Familiarity with international IRC systems and processes a plus;

Working environment:
Security level yellow – The situation in the country in general is calm but remains tense and unpredictable; concerns include criminality, presence of armed troops, and looting.

The position is based in Juba. Lodging is a private bedroom in a shared IRC guest house – with electricity, internet and cable TV. Food is the individual’s responsibility. Field office housing is more basic, i.e. in traditional huts or tents with separate shared latrines and showers.

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

Gender Equality: IRC is committed to narrowing the gender gap in leadership positions. We offer benefits that provide an enabling environment for women to participate in our workforce including parental leave, gender-sensitive security protocols and other supportive benefits and allowances

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

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Engagement of external auditors for NCA South Sudan Country Office and NCA Sudan Country Office- RFP 3171

 Administracion, FULL TIME, Recursos Humanos  Comments Off on Engagement of external auditors for NCA South Sudan Country Office and NCA Sudan Country Office- RFP 3171
Sep 092021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Norwegian Church Aid
Closing date: 22 Sep 2021
  1. Background

Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) is an ecumenical, diaconal, humanitarian and non-profit Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) mandated by churches and Christian organizations in Norway to work for global justice, by empowering the poor and challenging the wealthy and powerful. Together with our constituency and our partners, NCA commits to the vision: Together for a Just World. Based on the Christian faith, NCA works for the benefit of the poor, destitute and oppressed – regardless of gender, race, political opinion or religion. In order to achieve long-term results NCA cooperates with local and church organizations working with crisis intervention, long-term development programs and advocacy.

NCA started operations in South Sudan in 1972, with a large multi-sectorial, operational program in Eastern Equatoria. Over the years, NCA has expanded its presence in South Sudan to cover, former Warrap state and Greater Pibor Administrative Area. NCA programmes in South Sudan are focussing in thematic sectors of Peacebuilding, Water and Sanitation (WASH), Reproductive/Gender Based Violence, Education (Community Based Teachers Training) and Emergency Preparedness and Response. NCA has field offices in Torit , Gumuruk in Greater Pibor area, Malakal in Upper Nile and Kuajok. In South Sudan , NCA works with over 20 Accompanied partners and has an annual budget of USD 6,7 million in 2020 and USD 7,7 million in 2021. In Sudan, NCA has been operational since 1972 and has programmes in Wash, GBV (Gender based violence), CSEE (Climate smart economic empowerment), Health Education, FS&L-SCS (Food security and livelyhood). We the main office in Khartoum and field offices: Nyala, Zalingi, Gadarif, and Greater Kordofan working with 6 accompanied partners. The country office annual income/turnover or budget is about USD 10 million in 2020.Purpose

2. Purpose

NCA Sudan and South Sudan Country offices require the services of an external Auditor who will be responsible for Audit services of NCA South Sudan and Sudan Annual Financial Statement, Project Financial Accounts as stipulated in NCAs Global internal control systems Guidelines .

The overall objective is to verify NCA South Sudan and Sudan correctness of financial reports, its adherence with government regulations, grant agreements and NCA policies as well as the soundness and strength of its internal control systems.

3. Scope of the Services.
The external auditing services will be carried out from NCA’s main office in Juba and Khartoum. In addition, auditors will be expected to travel to NCA’s field offices as well as partners’ offices.

Auditing procedures must be performed in accordance with International Standards on Auditing (ISA). The scope of work must be wide covering a range of issues e.g. legal/ statutory obligations to the state of South Sudan and Sudan, procurement and logistics, assets and liabilities, salaries and allowances, programme and financial oversight, accounting practices and internal control. Deadlines and expected main tasks to be carried out by the external auditing team are:

I) Interim audit covering 1 January to 30 June accounts and internal controls with submission of a dated and signed Management Letter before 30th of September.

II) Annual audit on Financial Statements for the calendar year and internal controls with submission of a signed audit opinion and all required supporting documentation before 28th of February.

III) Audit of Project Financial Reports.These are statements not covered by the annual audit due to specific donor requirements or with project end deviating from the calendar year.

All documentation including any additional annexes required are to be submitted in English and in pdf-format to NCA’s Global Group Auditor with a copy to NCA South Sudan and Sudan.

While NCA’s Global Group Auditor is responsible for the issuance of the detailed annual audit instructions, all communication concerning this contract and scheduling of audit work is with the Finance Manager of NCA in South Sudan and in Khartoum.This contract will cover all of 2021 and may be extended through an annual reappointment by NCA’s Global Finance Director in Oslo, Norway.

4. Timing, logisitics and facilities

The auditing team will be expected to work from NCA’s premises. For this, NCA South Sudan and Sudan will provide an adequate working space, access to internet and printers and facilitate as agreed, with accommodation and transportation to field and partner offices.

5. Qualifications

Successful bidders should fulfil the following technical requirements:

I) Proof of valid registration as an auditing firm in the Countries of assignment.

II) Proof of membership with the national organization of certified accountants for the responsible partner and the on-site audit team manager. A curriculum Vitae for the proposed audit team should be submitted together with the bid.

III) Documented references, ideally with other Non-Governmental Organizations, detailing name of client, address, contact person and year of assignment, Scope, value

IV) Availability of an audit team led by minimum a senior auditor with minimum 4-5 years of experience.

V) Confirmed ability to meet the above stipulated deadlines.

VI) Experience and presence in the two Countries; South Sudan and Sudan

6. Results to be achieved by the Contractor:

I) The issuance of a signed and stamped audit opinion confirming the validity of accounts.
II) The issuance of minimum two management letters; one for an interim audit and one for the annual audit.
III) Submission of all documentation required by NCA’s Global Group Auditor.

How to apply:

Qualified and Interested bidders may send their applications documents from NCA Juba office. Bidders shall complete and submit the following documents with his/her proposal:

a. Proof of valid registration as an auditing firm in South Sudan and Sudan

b. Proof of tax registration number

c. Proof of membership with the national organization of certified accountants.

d. A brief technical proposal (5-10 pages), including an outline of the methodological approach and activities proposed considered to be necessary to achieve the contract objectives a tentative timeline with key milestones.

e. CV (if more than one, please submit CVs for all team members and detail the different roles and responsibilities.

Proposals may be delivered to the Contracting Authority at the address below in a sealed envelope clearly marked with the above RFP 3171 and the name of the submitting company or to the following email: Procurement.South.Sudan@nca.no and copy to Magne.Svendsen@nca.no

Any clarifications and or questions relating to this call can also be made through the same email addresses.

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: International Rescue Committee
Closing date: 31 Oct 2021

The Grants and Fundraising Coordinator is the focal point for proposal development, donor reporting, grants information management and grants management capacity-building efforts. The Grants and Fundraising coordinator also supports programmatic and budgetary monitoring, compliance with donors and internal IRC rules and regulations. The Grants and Fundraising Coordinator will work closely with the in-country program teams and will report to IRC’s South Sudan Deputy Director of Programs (DDP). In addition, the Grants and Fundraising Coordinator will be responsible for managing and building the capacity of the Grants team.

Major responsibilities

The Grants and Fundraising Coordinator shall:

1. Program Fundraising

• In coordination with the Deputy Director Programs and Country Director, investigate opportunities to expand existing programming and new opportunities for IRC South Sudan, based on the finalized and approved Strategic Action Plan (SAP 100)

• In coordination with the DDP, M&E Coordinator and Technical Coordinators, support in ensuring development of integrated and long-term program plans beyond project-based plans.

• Support in searching for new funding opportunities and maintaining good relationships with current donors.

• Develop a Grants strategy including a South Sudan Fundraising Plan in line with the SAP

• Support development of external communication tools as relevant for donor visits/meetings for IRC South Sudan as a well as preparation of materials such as brochures and newsletters.

• Maintain tracking of proposals/concept notes in pipeline and update projections of funding as necessary.

2. Proposal Development

• Lead the development of proposals for submission to donors in coordination with sector leads and the finance and operations teams. Including:

o Analyzing requests for proposals

o Organizing and managing the use of timelines, templates and guidelines for proposals

o Liaising with programs, operations and finance staff regarding proposal writing and budgeting

o Writing or compiling and managing review of proposals

o Liaise with AMU to ensure proposals meet internal standards, as well as being responsive to donor requirements

o Packaging proposals for submission.

• Maintain a record of lessons learned from proposal development and donor feedback and share with Technical Coordinators, Finance and SMT.

• Follow-up submissions, proposal evaluations from donors and provide feedback as necessary.

Program Reporting and donor relations:

• Lead day-to-day aspects of donor reporting processes to ensure the timely submission of accurate programmatic reports. Coordinate with the Finance department to ensure timely submission of budget modification requests and financial reports. This includes tracking and disseminating reporting schedules and templates, as well as, reviewing and submitting reports to donor.

• Enhance the country office profile by maintaining country wide and sectoral fact sheets, providing relevant information for dissemination to donors, Governments, Regional office, HQ and others.

• Responding to donor, auditor and external requests as needed.

• Act as Focal Person for donor compliance; provide guidance to Technical Coordinators, Finance & Global Supply Chain.

3. Grants Management and Monitoring

• In coordination with the DDP, Field Coordinators / Project leads and the Grants team, roll out the Project Cycle Meetings (PCM), as well as monthly/regular grants review meetings which include representation from each unit (finance, programs, Supply chain) and ensure proper follow up of action points

• Perform periodic analysis of burn-rate of current grants and provide feedback to program units and management on performance.

• Ensure quality information management through regular maintenance of grant files, reporting calendars, timely submission and updating of internal IRC documentation and other Grant Unit tools and IRC specific online platforms (OTIS, BVA and similar) including coordination and preparation of documents and files for internal and external audits.

• Monitor and facilitate compliance of programs with donor and IRC requirements and raise issues affecting external/internal compliance.

• Assist in preparing, reviewing and modifying memoranda of understanding and grant agreements.

• Lead management of implementing partners in line with internal protocols

• Monitor and support the use of grants management tools such as FM01, BvAs, procurement planning and activity plans amongst program teams to ensure accurate tracking of implementation and timely alerts on potential challenges/obstacles

• Work with the Grants Managers and Officer to ensure that reports to donors are submitted on time; that reports are coherent and accurate

4. Staff Management and Development

• Lead direct management of the Grants Unit staff and provide professional development/capacity building as needed.

• Build the grants management capacity of program staff by facilitating training and provide one on one follow up support in report writing, proposal development and other related topics as needed.

• Keep team updated on new grant management initiatives launched by donors, by IRC Regional or Headquarter offices and disseminate updates on grant management tools to team.

Job requirements

• Graduate degree – international development or similar, or bachelor’s degree with significant grants management experience and superior writing skills

• At least five years of experience working in projects and/or grants management, proposal/business development/design, in various contexts

• Strong understanding and knowledge of USG (USAID/BHA/BPRM), European (ECHO, EU, SIDA, IA), DFID, UN (UNHCR/UNFPA/UNICEF/IOM/OCHA/WFP/FAO) and other donor rules and regulations

• Proven competency with program design, M&E, proposal writing (including logical frameworks) and building budgets using MS Excel

• Excellent writing skills and experience in writing proposals/concept notes in English

• Excellent organizational skills and ability to determine priorities and meet multiple deadlines

• Detail-oriented with good multi-tasking abilities and communication skills, both oral and written

• Able to work well both within a team and independently, in a challenging and fast-moving multicultural environment

• Familiarity with international IRC systems and processes a plus.

Working environment

Security level yellow – The situation in the country in general is calm but remains tense and unpredictable; concerns include criminality, presence of armed troops, and looting.

The position is based in Juba. Lodging is a private bedroom in a shared IRC guest house – with electricity, internet and cable TV. Food is the individual’s responsibility. Field office housing is more basic, i.e. in traditional huts or tents with separate shared latrines and showers.

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

Narrowing the Gender Gap: The International Rescue Committee is committed to narrowing the gender gap in leadership positions. We offer benefits that provide an enabling environment for women to participate in our workforce including a flexible hour (when possible), maternity leave, transportation support, and gender-sensitive security protocols.

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Internal Audit Coordinator

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Aug 142021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Save the Children
Closing date: 20 Aug 2021

Internal Audit Coordinator (Only South Sudanese national to apply

To provide an independent objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve the organisation’s operation by using a systematic disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes. The main role is to conduct internal audits of SCI Country office programs spread across the Country as well as performing other duties in the absence of, or as delegated by the Internal Auditor. Participate in annual audit planning for SCI CO based on risk assessments and communicate the audit dates, as appropriate to Senior Management Team (SMT).

She/heSupport the Internal Auditor to identify and mitigate risk using tools that facilitate both field level and Country Office level risk analysis and mitigation.

Perform risks-based audits (RBIA) of various organizational units (i.e. Finance, Supply Chain Management, Human Resource) within the aimed at evaluating the adequacy of the systems of internal control and recommending improvements in controls in areas where deficiencies are identified.

Performing risk-based audits of grant funded projects such as EU, USAID, WFP etc

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Participate in annual audit planning for SCI CO based on risk assessments and communicate the audit dates, as appropriate to Senior Management Team (SMT).
  • Support the Internal Auditor to identify and mitigate risk using tools that facilitate both field level and Country Office level risk analysis and mitigation.
  • Perform risks-based audits (RBIA) of various organizational units (i.e. Finance, Supply Chain Management, Human Resource) within the aimed at evaluating the adequacy of the systems of internal control and recommending improvements in controls in areas where deficiencies are identified.
  • Performing risk-based audits of grant funded projects such as EU, USAID, WFP etc.
  • Carry out audit field assignments, sometimes for an extended period of time for such audits.
  • Preparing internal audit reports for presentation to management with findings and issues identified during audits and giving appropriate recommendations.
  • Support the Internal Auditor in conducting audit follow up to assess the action plans taken by management to resolve prior audit issues/Findings.
  • Participate in investigations into cases of alleged fraud and/or serious negligence as required; provide advice to management on corrective action, as appropriate and in accordance with Save the Children International’s Fraud Policy.
  • Assist in in the development and delivery of workshops and presentations on fraud awareness to staff and Partner Organizations.
  • Identify, develop and utilise appropriate audit, risk management and investigative techniques to achieve maximum efficiency and effectiveness under the supervision of Internal auditor.
  • Cover for audit when they are on leave, including carrying out pre-scheduled audits and reviews as per annual audit plan.

Perform other duties as may be requested by internal auditor

Contract Duration: 12 Months

Location: Juba, South Sudan

The Organisation

We employ approximately 25,000 people across the globe and work on the ground in over 100 countries to help children affected by crises, or those that need better healthcare, education and child protection. We also campaign and advocate at the highest levels to realise the right of children and to ensure their voices are heard.

We are working towards three 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

We know that great people make a great organization, and that our employees play a crucial role in helping us achieve our ambitions for children. We value our people and offer a meaningful and rewarding career, along with a collaborative and inclusive environment where ambition, creativity, and integrity are highly valued.

Application Information:

Please attach a copy of your CV and cover letter with your application, and include details of your current remuneration and salary expectations. A copy of the full role profile can be found at https://southsudan.savethechildren.net/careers

We need to keep children safe so our selection process, which includes rigorous background checks, reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.

All employees are expected to carry out their duties in accordance with our global anti-harassment policy.

How to apply:

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Internal Audit Coordinator

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Jul 202021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Save the Children
Closing date: 30 Jul 2021

Internal Audit Coordinator National Contract:

To provide an independent objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve the organisation’s operation by using a systematic disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes. The main role is to conduct internal audits of SCI Country office programs spread across the Country as well as performing other duties in the absence of, or as delegated by the Internal Auditor. and documented.

In order to be successful you will bring/have. Participate in annual audit planning for SCI CO based on risk assessments and communicate the audit dates, as appropriate to Senior Management Team (SMT). Support the Internal Auditor to identify and mitigate risk using tools that facilitate both field level and Country Office level risk analysis and mitigation.

Perform risks-based audits (RBIA) of various organizational units (i.e. Finance, Supply Chain Management, Human Resource) within the aimed at evaluating the adequacy of the systems of internal control and recommending improvements in controls in areas where deficiencies are identified.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s degree in an area of accounting, auditing or Business administration or equivalent. Internal Audit qualification (CIA) Other professional certification.
  • At least 3 years’ recent professional experience in Internal Audit and Risk management. Experience in working for humanitarian, charitable or not for profit organisation.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Cultural awareness and ability to work well in an international environment with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
  • Strong results orientation, with the ability to challenge existing mind sets
  • Ability to present complex information in a succinct and compelling manner
  • Fluency in English, both verbal and written.
  • Commitment to Save the Children values cash transfers

Contract Duration: 6 Months

Location: South Sudan, Juba Office with regular field Travel.

The Organisation

We employ approximately 25,000 people across the globe and work on the ground in over 100 countries to help children affected by crises, or those that need better healthcare, education and child protection. We also campaign and advocate at the highest levels to realise the right of children and to ensure their voices are heard.

We are working towards three 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

We know that great people make a great organization, and that our employees play a crucial role in helping us achieve our ambitions for children. We value our people and offer a meaningful and rewarding career, along with a collaborative and inclusive environment where ambition, creativity, and integrity are highly valued.

Application Information:

Please attach a copy of your CV and cover letter with your application, and include details of your current remuneration and salary expectations. A copy of the full role profile can be found at https://southsudan.savethechildren.net/careers

We need to keep children safe so our selection process, which includes rigorous background checks, reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.

All employees are expected to carry out their duties in accordance with our global anti-harassment policy.

How to apply:

Please follow this link to apply: https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=YS50YW1iYS4wMjgxMS4xMjE4NUBzYXZldGhlY2hpbGRyZW5hby5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

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Country Finance Manager

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Apr 222021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: John Dau Sudan Foundation
Closing date: 30 Apr 2021

Job Title: Country Finance Manager

Supervisor: Country Director, JDF South Sudan (Direct Line)

Chief Finance Officer, JDF HQ (Dotted Line)

Supervisee: Senior Finance Officer, Project Accountant and Field Finance Officers

Location: Juba, South Sudan with frequent (30%) field travels

Experience Level: At least a decade of experience in finance and accounts

Key Relationships

Country Program Director, Human Resource Manager, Field Coordinator, Program Managers and HQ Finance staff

About JDF South Sudan

John Dau Foundation (JDF) was established as a 501 non-profit foundation in 2007 to develop health facilities that do not exist for most of the populations of Duk, Twic East and Bor South Counties in the State of Jonglei in South Sudan. Currently JDF operates in South Sudan whilst offering technical assistance to improve the health of the South Sudanese people. Driving this mission is a vision that all the S. Sudanese people deserve access to quality healthcare. JDF is famous for investing in communities’ own human and material resources, catalyzing lasting change and creating a healthy environment in which the poor have the chance to seize control of their own lives. JDF has been operational in South Sudan and has delivered programs in Health, Nutrition and Emergency response.

Job Summary

The Country Finance Manager is responsible for providing leadership, technical support, supervision, and guidance to the Accounts and Finance (including Grants & Contracts). She / he will provide guidance for internal controls, setting financial targets, implementing fund-raising strategies, developing budgets and financial reports, engaging with donors, monitoring expenditure and cash flow, and managing tax compliance. She/he is the custodian of finance processes to ensure JDF South Sudan is compliant with donor policies, local regulatory and JDF policies and guidelines. She/he will be a key member of the Country Management Team (CMT) supporting teams to achieve Annual Operating Plan (AOP) and other entity targets while driving efficiency. Also serves as chief adviser for the Country Office on all matters of finance, budgeting, audit and compliance.

Main Responsibilities

· Oversee accounts and finance management for all operations of JDF South Sudan including consolidation, ensure maximum core cost recovery achieved through effective budgeting and control.

· Lead the Finance & Accounts team while working closely with other departments specially IT, Operations (Procurement, Logistics and supply) and Internal Audit,

· Apply analytical procedure and ratio analysis in order to support timely decision making.

· Leadership in development of budgets for all proposals/new project as well as fundraising.

· Ensure compliance with Local regulatory issues and timely submission of withholding taxes.

· Support audit (internal and external audit) and ensure compliance with JDF policies and internal controls.

· Manage country treasury in an effective and efficient manner, analyze country scenario and prepare a sustainable annual budget for NGO operation.

· Advise country office on matters related to finance and accounts

· Produce and circulate budget variance reports for all programmes and conduct regular meeting with teams

· Submit scheduled donor reports as per the guidelines.

· Maintain liaison with donors and work with external/ internal auditors to ensure clean reporting.

· Submission of monthly accounts to CFO; dealing with payroll related issue, cash management, accounts payable and donor reporting.

· Improve the quality of finance staff through capacity of development and mentorship

· Lead the country risk management process and coordinate the Country risk management committee.

· Establish a safeguarding culture across all level of the programme by implementing the safeguarding policy.

· Ensure that team members are well trained, supported and have access to resources regarding issues that are identified and actioned in accordance with the safeguarding policy and procedure.

· Work with Head of Financial Planning, Reporting and Control in HQ on Finance & Accounting related issues.

· Report any financial and regulatory issues to the Country Director and if required to the Program Director and CFO JDF HQ

· Work on special projects as required by the JDF Senior Management Team.

· Establish an effective filing system that provides easy access to finance-related information and proper documentation of all financial transactions

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

· On time reporting to HQ, donors, regulators, lenders ensuring quality

· Managing the fund flow as per business plan, proper investment of funds and ensure sustainability

· No major financial issues from External / Internal Auditor; appraisal from donor and government authority;

· Annual Entity Tax return and all other regulatory filling completed on time, Tax clearance certificate obtained

· Effective Management of liquidity through branch, region and entity cash forecast and fund management, ensures no cash flow shortage for operating activities.

· Robust internal control executed and fraud minimized

· Training needs assessment of finance staff and capacity building workshops for finance and nonfinancial staffs

· Safeguarding of JDF property & assets

· Practicing JDF values

Required Qualifications/Personal Specifications (Experience, Knowledge and skills)

Experience and Knowledge

· At least 6 years of experience in managing Finance and Accounts with 2years of experience at senior levels

· Strong management experience with INGOs and NNGOs in humanitarian context including field finance for both emergency and development programs

· University Degree in Finance, Accounts, Commerce or a related field with Master’s Degree in Business Administration or Finance or Commerce is required.

· Professional qualifications in CA or CPA or ACCA or ACMA as a chartered accountant is essential

· Extensive experience in managing funds from institutional donors USAID, DFID, EU, SSHF, as well as UN agencies is mandatory.

· Experience in managing relationship with external stakeholders such as donor, banking and legal authorities.

· Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and Google tools, as well experience working with accounting and payroll software or information management systems.

· Good understanding of main program sectors of JDF South Sudan that includes Nutrition, Health and humanitarian emergency

· Substantial knowledge and experience of effective financial and budgetary control and supporting programs to stay on course with implementation

· Exceptional general management and communication skills, including ability to communicate effectively with people of varied professional and cultural backgrounds.

· Previous experience of managing and developing a sizable team and the ability to lead, motivate and develop others to achieve high impact results.

· Strongly analytical, including the ability to translate strategy into tactics and processes

· Self-starter in a complex operating environment, taking ownership of multiple work streams concurrently

Skills and Competencies

· Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and commitment to JDF’s mission.

· Recognized leader with management expertise

· Highly cooperative with excellent communication skills

· Strong strategic and creative thinking

· Excellent Financial Reporting Skills

· Ability to make realistic forecasting and analysis

· Excellent knowledge in Payroll Management

· Strong Account reconciliation abilities

· Advance knowledge of Microsoft office

· Excellent Donor reporting skills

· Excellent knowledge of Value for Money (VfM)

· Strong Team Management Aptitudes

· Ability to manage External/internal audit,

· Advanced skills in Budgeting and variance analysis

· Excellent knowledge in Multicurrency reporting

· Advance knowledge in Tax Management

· Excellent knowledge in Internal controls

· Excellent knowledge in Forex Management,

· Advance knowledge in Treasury Management

· Strong leadership style that reflects high degree of Emotional Intelligence (EI)

· Ability to lead while nurturing talent of the teams.

· Commitment to Child safeguarding Policy and Protection of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA)

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How to apply:

Interested candidates who meet the above requirements should send a cover letter and an updated CV (no longer than four pages) both must be in English to mayenbul@johndaufoundation.org and cc morrisokwir@johndaufoundation.org marked with subject line**” COUNTRY FINANCE MANAGER”**

JDF provides equal opportunity in employment and prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability. JDF encourages all applicants to apply and does not practice any discrimination in any recruitment process..

Applications close on the 30th of April 2021. Applications submitted after this date will not be considered.

Due to the urgency of the position, JDF has the right to recruit a candidate who matches the required profile before the above deadline.

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