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Country Coordinator. South Sudan

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May 192022
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Médicos del Mundo
Closing date: 21 May 2022

MISSION

Within the framework of the action of Médicos del Mundo in South Sudan, the General Coordinator is responsible for all programs and operations in the country, including overseeing program management and the Admin and Logs departments. He/she will ensure policy compliance, identify new funding opportunities, represent MdM externally at national level, and lead the Senior Management Team.

GEOGRAPHICAL SCOPE OF INTERVENTION

The person will be based in Juba with frequent trips to field locations throughout the country.

ORGANIZATION CHART

Hierarchical supervisor is the Coordinator of the Emergency Unit at Headquarters.

FUNCTIONS

Representation, communication and positioning:

· Represent and maintain contact with the national and local authorities, other NGOs, agencies and international and national organizations, and donors in country.

· Represent Médicos del Mundo before organizations and international financing entities (WHO, UNICEF, ECHO, OCHA), public institutions (Ministry of Health), NGOs, and other agencies, ensuring that our actions are consistent with the policies, mission, principles and ethical values of the Médicos del Mundo.

· Negotiate collaboration agreements and agreements between local authorities and Médicos del Mundo and with other agency and /or associated actors.

· Participate in national coordination platforms with other humanitarian actors in the country.

· Assume the position of spokesperson for MdM in the country, for external communication, agreeing contents and positioning with the central headquarters.

· Analyze, identify, and mitigate the possible financial and programmatic risks related to the country mission.

· Channel all relevant field communication to HQ and vice versa.

· Participate and be part of the International Network.

· Participate in the Steering Group of the International Network when required.

Defining and planning of the action of Médicos del Mundo in South Sudan

Define the country strategy of MdM in South Sudan through and lead its implementation

• Identify operational problems and risks adapting the structure and making it flexible according to specific needs.

• Guarantee the adequacy, implementation and management (planning, evaluation of the action) of the projects of Médicos del Mundo in the activity areas.

• Coordinate the preparation and delivery of the monitoring and final reports required by financial entities, as well as the internal reports of Médicos del Mundo.

Project Management:

• Supervise the good execution of current projects by coordinating with assigned project coordinators, ensuring compliance and achievement of the objectives and results of all the projects and consortia of Médicos del Mundo in South Sudan.

• Support and supervise the program implementation and its teams to ensure the correct planning, developing monitoring and evaluation of the activities of all projects developed by MdM Spain in South Sudan, as well as the monitoring of the indicators according to the planning through monthly project review meetings.

• Submit monthly SitRep to HQ.

Program management support:

• Oversee the functionality of the Admin and Log departments.

• Validate procurement dossiers according to validation table and thresholds.

• Hold signatory power on all bank accounts and sign off on bank transfers.

• Participate in HR processes for senior management level positions.

• Review and approve monthly payroll.

• Review monthly accountancy before submission to HQ, including bank and cash reconciliations.

Team Management:

• Oversee the coordination level staff (5) and provide support as needed.

• Ensure regular coordination team meetings.

• Help guide the coordination level staff through objective setting and regular check-ins to meet program goals.

Security:

• Ensure compliance with the internal rules of the organization in terms of security measures with special emphasis on extraordinary measures implemented in a complex crisis.

• Contribute to the updating and revision of security rules at regular intervals.

• Liase with security forums in country to ensure an up-to-date understanding of the political climate and security risks.

• Update HQ security team on all relevant security information and activate HQ security management team in case of emergencies.

• Make executive decisions about security protocols to follow and lead the incident management team.

Emergency management:

• Perform active and permanent monitoring of possible emergencies in the country by participating in the national monitoring groups.

• Support and coordinate with the Humanitarian Action Unit in the coordination of the strategic response to emergencies.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Academic: Master’s Degree in relevant field (e.g. Medicine, Public Health, Social Sciences, International Relations, Economics).

Complementary: Complementary training (accredited courses, master’s degree) of Humanitarian Action, Finance and/or Public Health will be evaluated. Knowledge of the humanitarian environment and quality standards (essential humanitarian standards in terms of quality and accountability).

REQUIREMENTS

Language requirements: English, C1 level. The knowledge of Spanish will be valued (B2).

Computer requirements: Office Package and internet.

EXPERIENCE

At least 5 years of professional experience in the sector, having previously held similar positions preferably in the field of humanitarian action in complex crisis environments.

Previous experience in public health projects will be valued, as well as experience in conservation of multi-stakeholder alliances and institutional dialogue.

COMPETENCE PROFILE

  • Empathetic and assertive communication

  • Diplomacy skills

  • Teamwork & Leadership capacity

  • Strategic Vision

  • Orientation to results

  • Flexibility and adaptation to change

  • Relational capacity

  • Problem resolution

SALARY

Medicos del Mundo’s Salary charts.

AVAILABILITY

Contract length: 12 months (with the possibility of extension).

Starting date: Immediate availability.

How to apply

https://empleo.medicosdelmundo.org/jobs/country-coordinator-location-south-sudan

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Country Coordinator. South Sudan

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May 112022
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Médicos del Mundo
Closing date: 21 May 2022

MISSION

Within the framework of the action of Médicos del Mundo in South Sudan, the General Coordinator is responsible for all programs and operations in the country, including overseeing program management and the Admin and Logs departments. He/she will ensure policy compliance, identify new funding opportunities, represent MdM externally at national level, and lead the Senior Management Team.

GEOGRAPHICAL SCOPE OF INTERVENTION

The person will be based in Juba with frequent trips to field locations throughout the country.

ORGANIZATION CHART

Hierarchical supervisor is the Coordinator of the Emergency Unit at Headquarters.

FUNCTIONS

Representation, communication and positioning:

· Represent and maintain contact with the national and local authorities, other NGOs, agencies and international and national organizations, and donors in country.

· Represent Médicos del Mundo before organizations and international financing entities (WHO, UNICEF, ECHO, OCHA), public institutions (Ministry of Health), NGOs, and other agencies, ensuring that our actions are consistent with the policies, mission, principles and ethical values of the Médicos del Mundo.

· Negotiate collaboration agreements and agreements between local authorities and Médicos del Mundo and with other agency and /or associated actors.

· Participate in national coordination platforms with other humanitarian actors in the country.

· Assume the position of spokesperson for MdM in the country, for external communication, agreeing contents and positioning with the central headquarters.

· Analyze, identify, and mitigate the possible financial and programmatic risks related to the country mission.

· Channel all relevant field communication to HQ and vice versa.

· Participate and be part of the International Network.

· Participate in the Steering Group of the International Network when required.

Defining and planning of the action of Médicos del Mundo in South Sudan

Define the country strategy of MdM in South Sudan through and lead its implementation

• Identify operational problems and risks adapting the structure and making it flexible according to specific needs.

• Guarantee the adequacy, implementation and management (planning, evaluation of the action) of the projects of Médicos del Mundo in the activity areas.

• Coordinate the preparation and delivery of the monitoring and final reports required by financial entities, as well as the internal reports of Médicos del Mundo.

Project Management:

• Supervise the good execution of current projects by coordinating with assigned project coordinators, ensuring compliance and achievement of the objectives and results of all the projects and consortia of Médicos del Mundo in South Sudan.

• Support and supervise the program implementation and its teams to ensure the correct planning, developing monitoring and evaluation of the activities of all projects developed by MdM Spain in South Sudan, as well as the monitoring of the indicators according to the planning through monthly project review meetings.

• Submit monthly SitRep to HQ.

Program management support:

• Oversee the functionality of the Admin and Log departments.

• Validate procurement dossiers according to validation table and thresholds.

• Hold signatory power on all bank accounts and sign off on bank transfers.

• Participate in HR processes for senior management level positions.

• Review and approve monthly payroll.

• Review monthly accountancy before submission to HQ, including bank and cash reconciliations.

Team Management:

• Oversee the coordination level staff (5) and provide support as needed.

• Ensure regular coordination team meetings.

• Help guide the coordination level staff through objective setting and regular check-ins to meet program goals.

Security:

• Ensure compliance with the internal rules of the organization in terms of security measures with special emphasis on extraordinary measures implemented in a complex crisis.

• Contribute to the updating and revision of security rules at regular intervals.

• Liase with security forums in country to ensure an up-to-date understanding of the political climate and security risks.

• Update HQ security team on all relevant security information and activate HQ security management team in case of emergencies.

• Make executive decisions about security protocols to follow and lead the incident management team.

Emergency management:

• Perform active and permanent monitoring of possible emergencies in the country by participating in the national monitoring groups.

• Support and coordinate with the Humanitarian Action Unit in the coordination of the strategic response to emergencies.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Academic: Master’s Degree in relevant field (e.g. Medicine, Public Health, Social Sciences, International Relations, Economics).

Complementary: Complementary training (accredited courses, master’s degree) of Humanitarian Action, Finance and/or Public Health will be evaluated. Knowledge of the humanitarian environment and quality standards (essential humanitarian standards in terms of quality and accountability).

REQUIREMENTS

Language requirements: English, C1 level. The knowledge of Spanish will be valued (B2).

Computer requirements: Office Package and internet.

EXPERIENCE

At least 5 years of professional experience in the sector, having previously held similar positions preferably in the field of humanitarian action in complex crisis environments.

Previous experience in public health projects will be valued, as well as experience in conservation of multi-stakeholder alliances and institutional dialogue.

COMPETENCE PROFILE

  • Empathetic and assertive communication

  • Diplomacy skills

  • Teamwork & Leadership capacity

  • Strategic Vision

  • Orientation to results

  • Flexibility and adaptation to change

  • Relational capacity

  • Problem resolution

SALARY

Medicos del Mundo’s Salary charts.

AVAILABILITY

Contract length: 12 months (with the possibility of extension).

Starting date: Immediate availability.

How to apply:

https://empleo.medicosdelmundo.org/jobs/country-coordinator-location-south-sudan

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PROJECT MEDICAL REFERENT – SOUTH SUDAN EMERGENCY RESPONSE – ASAP

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Apr 272022
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Médecins Sans Frontières en Suisse
Closing date: 8 May 2022

Context

South Sudan’s hot climate and its low-lying valleys: oscillating between floods and droughts by the season, combined with very poor public health infrastructure ravaged by the previous 30 years of civil war, worsened by inter-tribal conflicts in the country and exacerbated by the “civil war” culminating from the December 2013 conflict, have made it highly conducive for the outbreak of several epidemics.

At the same time, conflicts, natural disasters such as floods and droughts often cause mass displacements of people from subsistence-level communities and compromise their self-sustenance, with a cascading effect on their nutritional status and immunological resistance.

Nevertheless, conflict is still a regular feature of life in many parts of this young nation deepening the effects of nature, vicious cycle of poverty and poor infrastructure.

MSF is looking for an experienced medical humanitarian worker to join its Emergency team response.

This position has as main objective to, together and in close cooperation with Project Coordinator, identify and update the potential crises or emergency situations in South Sudan with an aim to ensure an effective and rapid response, reducing the morbidity and mortality rates resulting from the emergencies, as well as maximising efficiency in the use of employed resources.

The person participates in defining, planning and monitoring medical activities and programs in the project in accordance with MSF’s protocols as well as coordinates human and material related resources needed in order to ensure the quality of care provided by MSF.

Responsibilities

· To identify /update & analyse the most probable medical & humanitarian emergency scenarios per zone / state: emphasise on MCI, population displacement (flood), potential nutritional crisis /famine, vaccination coverage, outbreaks (Malaria, Covid-19, cholera, meningitis, measles, HVF, Hepatitis E, etc.).

· In collaboration with SSERU Epidemiologist elaborate a surveillance & alert system in MSF- CH areas of interventions

· To define the exploratory mission & interventions per scenario as well as exit criteria

· Ensure there is impact evaluation pre & post intervention where possible & elaborate a follow up monitoring strategy in collaboration with the epidemiologist.

· Ensure there is an updated contact list for all the areas for MSF intervention & reinforce the networking with other actors.

· In collaboration with HQ identify the indictors per scenario & ensure there is a system in place for data management ( data collection tools) that enhances quality data analysis & reporting.

· Regular stock analysis of EPREP stocks in collaboration with MEDCO & Mission Pharmacists. To identify & prepare the minimum emergency stocks (medical & logistic) required phase response of each scenario described

· To identify & train human resources on emergency response & vaccination activities.

Education

Medical doctor or paramedical degree. Desirable specialization or training in Tropical Medicine or related studies

Experience

2 years working experience related to the diploma/degree & previous experience in the humanitarian field (medical and operational)

Experience in responding to emergencies

Experience in project opening & closing

Experience in managing medical activities at field / project level in NGO similar to MSF

Required skills & competencies

Commitment to MSF’s work and values

High adaptability & flexibility

Good organizational & analytical skills

Ability to focus on more than one location at the same time

People Management & strong team player

Willingness to work in highly insecure contexts and emergency settings

Stress management

Self-driven with a solution-oriented approach

Solution-oriented

Languages Fluent in English, Arabic an advantage

MSF offers

· Remuneration (indemnity salary based on previous work experience and country of residency)

· One weeks of holidays for every three months on mission

· Departure on mission is non-accompanied (no family or couple departures) however there is an option for a relocated family package to a neighboring country (school fees, accommodation, family running costs).

· Medical care and vaccination package, accident insurance including repatriation

· Accommodation for the duration of your mission

· Per diem (calculated according to local cost of living) to cover daily expenses

· Travel costs and visa administration

· Psychosocial assistance before, during, and/or after mission

· Debriefing and personal career planning as well as training opportunities

How to apply:

If you are interested, please submit your application through the below link:

https://msfsuisse-career.talent-soft.com/Pages/Offre/detailoffre.aspx?idOffre=88&idOrigine=502&LCID=2057 Please note that the deadline to apply is on Sunday 8th of May 2022 at midnight.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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Project Coordinator-REACH

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Mar 292022
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: International Rescue Committee
Closing date: 30 Apr 2022

Within the International Rescue Committee (IRC) health and Nutrition sector, the Project Coordinator will take direct responsibility for facilitating Gavi’s goal of “leaving no one behind with immunization” in the targeted regions of Pariang, Aweil East, Kapoeta East, South and North, Torit, Panyijar, Koch, Mayendit and Maban Counties under the Senior Health and Nutrition coordinator. As the key member of the Technical Support Team in the project, the project coordinator is responsible for providing high quality technical guidance to programme implementation team, coordinating the delivery of high quality, innovative, cost-effective immunization programmes both in emergency as well as long-term development, resulting in immediate and lasting change for children. The project coordinator will support the development, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation and administration of the immunization programme towards achievement of planned objectives of the work plan, aligned with country programme goals, objectives, and strategy. He/She will also lead a consortium of local partners and provide technical expertise on negotiating humanitarian access. The project coordinator will work with the Country Health Team and Health Technical Unit to roll out the project, representation with key stakeholders and preparation, reviews, and submission of required project deliverables.

Responsibilities

Technical

• Ensure Project efficiency, effectiveness and vaccination coverage are enhanced through effective implementation and monitoring.

• Ensure Progress reports and project work plans are timely prepared, and practical technical assistance is provided in new vaccines, routine immunization, cold chain.

• Appropriateness and completeness of supply order, distribution and documentation, and adherence to established allotments are ensured.

• The capacities of partners and country staff are empowered through effective capacity building activities in the development, implementation, and management of the Immunization Programme.

• Effective communication, networking and collaboration are achieved with internal and external partners.

• Monitor evolving needs of the target communities, conduct assessments on immunization health needs in new project areas and adjust the programmatic priorities as necessary in collaboration with the County Health Departments (CHD), Partners and the Child health officers.

• launch Immunization-centric assessments, advocacy, documentation and dissemination of innovations and good practices by working with quality programmes team.

• Provide elaborations and as required directions and training to Immunization project staff involved in delivering projects focusing on appropriate approaches and methodologies; conceptual and practical frameworks; standards and tools for effective and quality delivery of immunization programmes.

• Ensure that project intervention adhere to IRC’s core policy documents and guidelines, including the Program Framework, IRC’s DM&E guide and log frame, IRC’s Health Unit policies and procedures (Minimum and Core indicators, EPI strategy, etc.)

• Promote the quality of the IRC’s assigned immunization programs by setting up monthly quality of care assessments and analysis of findings and feedback to the supported target location. This will include EPI audit reports and checks in collaboration with the country and HQ based health staff.

• In collaboration with Client Responsiveness Team, undertake regular client feedback and response activities at the field level by working with the partner’s staff and M&E coordinator to develop context-appropriate tools and ensure client exit interviews occur at the target locations on a biannual basis.

• In the case of a major humanitarian crisis, the role holder will be expected to work outside the standard role profile and vary working hours accordingly.

Monitoring & Evaluation

• Ensure that all project staff, including the partners, understand and can adapt their roles in both emergency and development contexts.

• Participate in the design of robust program’s M&E plans

• Ensure that the stated goals and objectives of the GAVI project are overseen and met by strong monitoring, and evaluation follow up, and reports are written and submitted to concerned bodies promptly.

• Participate in designing robust program’s M&E plans and design/adapt health information systems including surveillance systems for the IRC health programs.

• Conduct monthly review of all projects epidemiological and procurement data including appropriate analysis and develop monthly reports.

• Conduct quarterly program performance reviews for the project collaboratively with the health program and M&E teams, stakeholders, and partners to ensure adaptive programing.

• Conduct regular project review meetings, incorporating both qualitative and quantitative data, with field-based staff to assess the level of achievement of project targets for the assigned partners.

• Monitor program implementation against work plans and overall project objectives, documenting progress and achievements, providing analysis and adapt program strategy and implementation accordingly

• Ensure effective and high-quality reporting, monitoring and evaluation systems for internal and external use, capturing best practices to support program decision-making.

Grant Management

• Ensure that the project interventions are implemented according to internal IRC and donor regulations with an overall review by the Senior Health Coordinator

• Participate in grant opening, midterm review and grant closing meetings for all health grants and ensure that the same process is implemented in the field

• Support partners staff in use of grant management tools such as the budget tracking tools, activity progress monitoring tools, procurement, and spending plans, etc.

Budget Monitoring

• Conduct monthly BVA reviews and make appropriate recommendations to the finance and logistics staff as well as to the field-based health staff

• Ensure that assigned budgets are spent according to plan and as per contractual agreements with respective donors

• In collaboration with partners staff develop spending plans and monitor the implementation of these spending plans for respective grants

• Work with finance to undertake budget recoding as required.

Human Resource Management

• Coordinate the development of goal setting plans for project staff based on performance reviews in collaboration with the human resources department and contribute to the training of health staffs (mentoring, on-the-job sessions as well as formal trainings).

Representation

• Represent IRC to local communities, relevant Technical Working Groups (TWGs), government departments, international agencies, local partners, and donors as required.

• Attend relevant meetings and prepare meeting notes as required and share these with all concerned.

Job Qualifications

• Education: Advanced university degree in Medicine, Health, Public Health, Nursing, or a field relevant to international development assistance in Immunization, RMNCAH, Child Survival and Health Care; Background/familiarity with Emergency is a plus. Experience leading immunization strategies (Routine Immunization, SIAs, Vaccine Preventable Disease Surveillance is an added advantage.

• Work Experience: Minimum of 5 years professional experience in some combination of project management,

• Experience in project management, technical tools and materials development and monitoring and evaluation is highly desired.

• Demonstrated Skills and Competencies: Demonstrated expertise in working with donors, project design, proposal development, and monitoring and evaluation, with the ability to turn concepts and strategy into measurable action. Able to work with remote, multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary teams.

• Communicate effectively and clearly, has strong interpersonal verbal and written communication skills and ability to facilitate collaboration.

• Comfortable in a high-visibility, individual contributor role with the ability to work cross-functionally and with all levels of the organization.

• Language Skills: Fluency in English is required and proficiency in Arabic is an advantage.

• Working Environment: Up to 50% travel will be required. This position will be based in Juba.

Key working relationships

Position Reports to: Senior Health Coordinator

Position directly supervises: Health Managers/Officers,

Key Internal Stakeholders:

• Country: MCH Coordinator, Health Coordinator, Nutrition Coordinator, Senior M&E Manager-Health and Nutrition, DDP, Grants and Partnerships Coordinator, DDF, Supply Chain Coordinator

• Regional: Project Director, Deputy Project Director, Technical Immunization Advisor

• HQ :Director, Strategic Development

• Key External Stakeholders: County Health Departments, State Ministry of Health, Ministry of Health, EPI Directorate-MOH, Immunization working groups, GAVI Senior Country Manager, UNICEF, WHO.

Returning National Candidates: We strongly encourage national or returning national candidates to apply for this position. If you are a citizen of the Country in which this position is based and are currently located outside of your home country and possess over two years of international work experience, the IRC has introduced an attractive remuneration package. The package includes competitive compensation, return flight to post, shipping allowance, temporary housing and a relocation allowance. Certain restrictions may apply. IRC strives to attract, motivate and retain qualified national staff in our programs.

Security: Security level orange. Juba remains volatile. Although the possibilities of a crisis cannot be completely ruled out but indicators of continuing ceasefire are visible. The situation remains tense and unpredictable; concerns include high criminality rate, presence of armed troops, and looting. There is active conflict in many parts of the country and a possibility for further expansion of the conflict and violence into other areas and other states. Due to the deteriorating economic situation in South Sudan (i.e. devaluation of SSP, shortage of fuel, shortage of USD, increasing prices of food and basic necessities) the local community has developed growing animosity towards the expatriate community in the country.

Living Conditions: The position is based in Juba with movement to the field sites required (50%).

Standards of Professional Conduct: The IRC and IRC workers must adhere to the values and principles outlined in the IRC Way – Code of 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, Harassment-Free Workplace, Fiscal Integrity, Anti-Retaliation, Combating Trafficking in Persons and several others.

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.

How to apply:

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Project Logistics Manager – SOUTH SUDAN – M/F

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Mar 122022
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: ALIMA
Closing date: 31 Mar 2022

ALIMA, the international medical NGO with a human face, which places at the heart of its model the co-construction of projects and professional paths

ALIMA PRESENTATION

ALIMA’S SPIRIT: ALIMA’s purpose is to save lives and provide care for the most vulnerable populations, without any discrimination based on identity, religion, or politics, through actions based on proximity, innovation, and the alliance of organizations and individuals. We act with humanity and impartiality in accordance with universal medical ethics. To gain access to patients, we undertake to act in a neutral and independent manner.

Our CHARTER defines the VALUES and PRINCIPLES of our action:

  1. Patient First – Patient centered medical care
  2. Revolutionizing humanitarian medicine through research
  3. Responsibility and freedom: encourage decision-making by those closest to patients
  4. Commitment to a dynamic of continuous quality improvement
  5. Creating a climate of trust among colleagues
  6. Collective intelligence
  7. Environmental liability

ALIMA promotes and defends the principles of fundamental human rights. ALIMA has a zero-tolerance approach towards those guilty of acts of gender and sexual violence as well as towards inaction in the face of alleged or proven acts of violence. The protection of those benefiting from and impacted by our intervention is our top priority in everything we do. Everyone collaborating with ALIMA is committed to :

● Respect the charter, the code of conduct, the institutional policies including the policy of protection against abuse of power and sexist and sexual violence, the policy of prevention of corruption and fraud;

● Report any violation of the policies, framework documents, and procedures to a superior, to a referent

CARING – INNOVATING – TOGETHER:

Since its creation in 2009, ALIMA has treated more than 7 million patients and today deploys its operations in 12 African countries. In 2020 we developed 67 humanitarian medical response projects to meet the needs of populations affected by conflicts, epidemics, and extreme poverty. All of these projects are carried out in support of national authorities through nearly 357 health facilities (including 45 hospitals and 312 health facilities). Whenever possible We work in partnership with local NGOs to ensure that our patients benefit from the best and most relevant expertise wherever it is, whether within their own country or in the rest of the world. In addition, to improve the humanitarian response, we are carrying out operational and clinical research projects, particularly in the field of the fight against malnutrition and viral hemorrhagic fevers.

ALIMA’S TEAM: more than 2000 people are currently working for ALIMA. The field teams, closest to the patients, receive their support from coordination teams generally based in the countries’ capitals. These receive support from the 4 desk teams and the emergency and opening team based at the operational headquarters in Dakar, Senegal. The Paris and New York teams are actively working to raise funds and represent ALIMA. The rest of the ALIMA Galaxy includes individuals and partner teams working on behalf of other organizations such as medical NGOs BEFEN, ALERT Health, SOS Doctors / KEOOGO, AMCP, research organizations PACCI, and INSERM, Bordeaux or Copenhagen Universities, the INGO Solidarités International, and many others.

COUNTRIES WHERE WE WORK: Mali, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Nigeria, Niger, Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo, Cameroon, Guinea, South Sudan, Sudan, Mauritania.

THE WORK WE DO covers: Malnutrition, Maternal Health, Primary Health, Pediatrics, Malaria, Epidemics (Ebola, Cholera, Measles, Dengue, Lassa Fever), Hospitalization, Emergencies, Gender-Based Violence, Opening / Closing.**

ALIMA IN SOUTH SUDAN

ALIMA has been present in South Sudan since 2016. The projects in Raja and Wau in Western Bahr el Ghazal were both closed earlier in 2021 due to the end of the funding cycle for both projects. ALIMA is currently planning a new set-up in South Sudan with new projects following an explo mission in Pibor County Administrative Area. ALIMA is looking for a new coordination team to guarantee the implementation of a new project with new funding as well as revitalize representation and networking with national and local authorities (MOH, RRC, etc.), UN, donors, clusters, NGO Forum, and all other relevant stakeholders.

PROTECTION OF BENEFICIARIES AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS

Level 3: The incumbent will have contact with children or/and vulnerable adults either frequently (for

example, once a week or more), or regularly (e.g. four days in a month or more or overnight) because he or she works in national programs, or because he visits national programs, or because he is responsible for implementing the recruitment process; Therefore, a criminal record check or the presentation of a certificate of good life and manners will be required. In situations where the impossibility of providing a criminal record or a certificate of good life and manners is found, a

statement of honour will be requested.

FUNCTIONAL AND HIERARCHICAL LINKS

Work Location:

● Location: South Sudan, Pibor County (location confirmation subjected to funding)

● Project: Improvement of access to maternal and child healthcare

Line Manager:

● Project Coordinator

· Administrative Reporting: – Project Coordinator.

· Technical Line Reporting: – Logistic Coordinator.

· Supervision: – logistics team including.

MISSION AND MAIN ACTIVITIES

Plan, coordinate, and monitor all logistics-related activities in the project area including all

non-medical assistance related activities (shelter, food, water hygiene-sanitation and essential

non-food items) and provide support to medical assistance activities, according to ALIMA standards in

order to ensure an optimal running of the project.

Support the growing activities of the Project with the resources, procedures, and tools defined with

the Logistics Coordinator, in order to facilitate achievement of the operational objectives.

The Project Logistics reports directly to the Project Coordinator in the field, and to the Logistics Coordinator as well (technical referents). He/she supervises a logistics team in the project including Logistics Supervisor, purchaser, and storekeeper.

Main responsibilities:

▪ In collaboration with the Project Team and the Logistics Coordinator, define, implement and monitor

logistics activities and objectives based on the ALIMA strategic planning, standards and protocols.

This involves the following tasks:

He/She

➢ responsible to ensure the implementation of support (communications, electricity, transport,

IT) and any other logistical activities required to achieve the medical objectives

(construction/restoration, water & sanitation, Cold Chain, etc.)

➢ responsible to manage and monitor the material resources for the Project, under the

supervision of the Project Coordinator and the Logistics Coordinator.

➢ responsible to ensure installations and maintenance of functional office space and lodging

facilities in the project in adequate living conditions as well as all the equipment required with a

support from the Logistics team at the field and from ALIMA Coordination team

➢ responsible for the asset, Inventory, fleet, stock, Contracts & follow up, vendors and price-lists

management of the project.

➢ responsible to ensure an appropriate supply chain for the Project with the direct support of

the Supply Chain Manager of the coordination.

➢ responsible to ensure implementation of the technical SOPs, policies of logistics/security

procedures in the Project areas/zones according to ALIMA standard Logistics & Security Guidelines.

➢ involved with the Project Coordinator in Mapping/Identification of the local actors within the

area of intervention: local authorities, NGOs, etc. to ensure a good relationship with all the actors

➢ responsible to coordinates, organizing, supervising, coach, and supporting the logistics team

members’ performance to improve the logistics components of the project.

➢ responsible to plan and supervise, in close collaboration with the Project Coordination, the

associated processes (recruitment, training, induction, performance evaluation, development of skills

and internal/external communication) of the project logistics staff in order to ensure the required

performance and achieving goals,

➢ shall ensure implementation, management, and monitor the necessary reporting tools for logistics

activities

➢ responsible to compiles the quantitative logistics data (consummations, stocks, distributions)

and analyses them before transmission to the project coordinator and the Logistics Coordinator in

monthly reporting.

➢ participate in exploratory mission/situation assessments and define logistics operational

priorities when needed

➢ participate in the development of the project proposal and project budget review.

➢ ensure weekly/bi-monthly and monthly Logistics reports as per ALIMA standards Guidelines.

➢ To follow up on Action Plan settings.

➢ Implementation of preventive measures against abuse of power, gender-based and sexual

Violence:

  • Participate in training and awareness sessions

  • Applies standards relating to the prevention of abuse

  • Ensures that his team members follow training and awareness sessions and apply standards relating to the prevention of abuse

  • Contributes to creating and maintaining a fulfilling and protective environment.

Implementation of prevention measures against abuse of power, gender-based and sexual violence

  • Participates in training and awareness-raising sessions

  • Implements abuse prevention standards

  • Ensures that team members follow training and awareness sessions and apply abuse prevention rules

  • Contributes to creating and maintaining a nurturing and protective environment

EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

  • University degree in Logistics, Supply or any other relevant field.

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in humanitarians Logistics supply management, with role of internal Procurement compliance.

  • Experience with a medical international NGO, an asset.

  • Strong Team management and supervision skills.

  • Strong leadership qualities

  • Perfect knowledge of MS Office package, especially Excel & Word

  • Rigorous, stress-resistant, good adaptation capacity, and capacity of meeting deadlines.

  • Communications and negotiation skills

  • Flexibility and proactivity

Behavioral Skills

  • Strong interpersonal skills, teamwork.

  • Strong communication skills

  • Ability to work on own initiative and adaptable to changing needs and situations

  • Flexible, patient, and adaptable to a changing environment.

  • Ability to work under pressure with numerous deadlines, etc.

Languages :

  • Oral and written fluency in English is essential, in French is an asset

  • English Speaking, reading, and writing, mandatory. French is an asset;

  • Proficiency in a local language is an asset

CONDITIONS

Duration and type of contract: French contract: 6 months

Starting position: 04 April 2022

Salary: according to ALIMA scale + experience + per diem

ALIMA supports:

● travel expenses between the expatriate’s home country and the place of assignment

● accommodation costs

● 2.08 days off per month

● daily per diem

● medical coverage from the first day of the contract to one month after the date of departure from the country of assignment for the employee and his/her dependents

● the break policy every 3 months (for 6 months of the mission)

● evacuation for the employee.

How to apply:

To apply, please send your CV and cover letter to our page before the closing date.

Link to apply for that position: https://hr.alima.ngo/jobs/detail/9332?utm_campaign=Campagne+d%27offres+&utm_medium=Website&utm_source=Rweb

Applications are processed in the order in which they are received. ALIMA reserves the right to close the offer before the initial deadline if an application is accepted. Only complete applications (CV in PDF format + letter of motivation) will be considered.

Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Important remarks

● Only successful applicants will be called for an interview.

● No monetary transactions, neither demands of favours in kind, nor other types of favoritism will be tolerated in the recruitment process.

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Project Administration Manager – SOUTH SUDAN – M/F

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Mar 122022
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: ALIMA
Closing date: 31 Mar 2022

ALIMA, the international medical NGO with a human face, which places at the heart of its model the co-construction of projects and professional paths

ALIMA PRESENTATION

ALIMA’S SPIRIT: ALIMA’s purpose is to save lives and provide care for the most vulnerable populations, without any discrimination based on identity, religion, or politics, through actions based on proximity, innovation, and the alliance of organizations and individuals. We act with humanity and impartiality in accordance with universal medical ethics. To gain access to patients, we undertake to act in a neutral and independent manner.

Our CHARTER defines the VALUES and PRINCIPLES of our action:

  1. Patient First – Patient centered medical care
  2. Revolutionizing humanitarian medicine through research
  3. Responsibility and freedom: encourage decision-making by those closest to patients
  4. Commitment to a dynamic of continuous quality improvement
  5. Creating a climate of trust among colleagues
  6. Collective intelligence
  7. Environmental liability

ALIMA promotes and defends the principles of fundamental human rights. ALIMA has a zero-tolerance approach towards those guilty of acts of gender and sexual violence as well as towards inaction in the face of alleged or proven acts of violence. The protection of those benefiting from and impacted by our intervention is our top priority in everything we do. Everyone collaborating with ALIMA is committed to :

● Respect the charter, the code of conduct, the institutional policies including the policy of protection against abuse of power and sexist and sexual violence, the policy of prevention of corruption and fraud;

● Report any violation of the policies, framework documents, and procedures to a superior, to a referent

CARING – INNOVATING – TOGETHER:

Since its creation in 2009, ALIMA has treated more than 7 million patients and today deploys its operations in 12 African countries. In 2020 we developed 67 humanitarian medical response projects to meet the needs of populations affected by conflicts, epidemics, and extreme poverty. All of these projects are carried out in support of national authorities through nearly 357 health facilities (including 45 hospitals and 312 health facilities). Whenever possible We work in partnership with local NGOs to ensure that our patients benefit from the best and most relevant expertise wherever it is, whether within their own country or in the rest of the world. In addition, to improve the humanitarian response, we are carrying out operational and clinical research projects, particularly in the field of the fight against malnutrition and viral hemorrhagic fevers.

ALIMA’S TEAM: more than 2000 people are currently working for ALIMA. The field teams, closest to the patients, receive their support from coordination teams generally based in the countries’ capitals. These receive support from the 4 desk teams and the emergency and opening team based at the operational headquarters in Dakar, Senegal. The Paris and New York teams are actively working to raise funds and represent ALIMA. The rest of the ALIMA Galaxy includes individuals and partner teams working on behalf of other organizations such as medical NGOs BEFEN, ALERT Health, SOS Doctors / KEOOGO, AMCP, research organizations PACCI, and INSERM, Bordeaux or Copenhagen Universities, the INGO Solidarités International, and many others.

COUNTRIES WHERE WE WORK: Mali, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Nigeria, Niger, Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo, Cameroon, Guinea, South Sudan, Sudan, Mauritania.

THE WORK WE DO covers: Malnutrition, Maternal Health, Primary Health, Pediatrics, Malaria, Epidemics (Ebola, Cholera, Measles, Dengue, Lassa Fever), Hospitalization, Emergencies, Gender-Based Violence, Opening / Closing.**

ALIMA IN SOUTH SUDAN

ALIMA has been present in South Sudan since 2016. The projects in Raja and Wau in Western Bahr el Ghazal were both closed earlier in 2021 due to the end of the funding cycle for both projects. ALIMA is currently planning a new set-up in South Sudan with new projects following an explo mission in Pibor County Administrative Area. ALIMA is looking for a new coordination team to guarantee the implementation of a new project with new funding as well as revitalize representation and networking with national and local authorities (MOH, RRC, etc.), UN, donors, clusters, NGO Forum, and all other relevant stakeholders.

PROTECTION OF BENEFICIARIES AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS

Level 2: The job holder will be in a “regulated” position (accountant, lawyer, legal executive, etc.); therefore, a criminal record check will be required.

FUNCTIONAL AND HIERARCHICAL LINKS

Work Location:

● Location: South Sudan, Pibor County (location confirmation subjected to funding)

● Project: Improvement of access to maternal and child healthcare

Line Manager:

● Project Coordinator

● Directly line manages Admin Assistants, also collaborates with Logistic, HR managers and National staff of the project

MISSION AND MAIN ACTIVITIES

The Project Administration Manager is in charge of the program’s administration, finance and Human resources. Together with the Program Managers, he/she is responsible for expenditure and compiles the budget tracking reports for each program. He/she also manages cash flow.

He/ She is responsible for the implementation of Human Resources policies in the project and the correct Administrative Management of all staff working in the project (National, International).

Participate in ALIMA facilitated rapid response mechanism (RRM) training, and will be part of the response team (where necessary) in the event of crisis (outbreaks and displacement).

Main responsibilities:

▪ Advise Project Coordinator on set up (org chart) and together with the HR Coordinator, update the project’s organizational chart and job descriptions.

▪ In close coordination with the Project Coordinator and the HR Coordinator, calculate the HR operational needs and the associated budget in order to efficiently ensure the required sizing and capabilities of the mission and to facilitate budget following-up.

▪ Ensure hiring, carry out amendments and contract termination formalities for employees at project level, according to labour local laws, archiving and updating individual employee files, informing them on their rights, and preparing all mandatory tax declarations, in order to ensure legal compliance.

▪ Assist the Project Coordinator, and/or team leaders and supervisors to draw up annual holiday planning and staff shifts in order to forecast HR needs and to ensure HR availability for the project activities.

▪ Supervise/perform payroll procedures, ensuring that all data related to monthly salary calculation of national employees of the project are correctly entered in Homere (days off, unpaid leaves, sick leaves, overtime, salary advance, etc.), in order to ensure on-time and accurate salary payments.

▪ Support, in close coordination with the HR Coordinator, the project line managers in detecting training needs, in properly evaluating people performance and in potential identification, in order to improve people capabilities, and their end results contribution to mission goals.

▪ Plan and supervise, in close coordination with the HRCo, the associated processes (recruitment, training/induction, evaluation, potential detection, development and communication) of the staff under his/her responsibility in order to ensure both the sizing and the amount of knowledge required.

▪ Together with the Project Coordinator, support the line managers in implementing the internal communication policies in order to boost staff active participation and ALIMA commitment.

▪ In close collaboration with the Project Coordinator and HRCo, applies the administrative procedures part of any Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in force between local partners (eg. Ministry of Health, etc.) and ALIMA.

▪ In close collaboration with the Project Coordinator and HRCo, looks for the best options to avoid and/or solve possible labour conflicts in the project.

▪ Ensures all staff in the Project (National, International, Regional, visits, etc.) is properly briefed and/or inducted.

▪ Is responsible for all movements and/or accommodation of staff in the Project.

▪ Implement circuits and workflows (management of cash boxes, transfers, advances, purchase procedures, payment validations, follow up of regular payments, bank conciliation) in order to anticipate expenses at project level and to optimize cash needs and its security.

▪ Implement and supervise transactional procedures and systems in order to ensure transparent accounting practices and full documentary traceability (invoices, receipts, bank statements, etc.), following ALIMA guidelines and rules, and using the respective software in place.

▪ Ensures that monthly accountancy closure is taking place and controlled, with due quality and on due time.

▪ In close collaboration with the Project Coordinator and the Finance Coordinator, analyse and follow up the project budget, in order to ensure that funds are used according to funding contracts and to proposing corrective action.

▪ Ensures all HR, Administrative and Financial reporting of the Project (Homere and SAGA monthly closure, SitReps, etc.).

Implementation of prevention measures against abuse of power, gender-based and sexual violence

· Participates in training and awareness-raising sessions

· Implements abuse prevention standards

· Ensures that team members follow training and awareness sessions and apply abuse prevention rules

· Contributes to creating and maintaining a nurturing and protective environment

EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

● University degree in finance, administration, and human resources

● Minimum 2-year experience in Finance & HR management Experience with medical international NGO, an asset

● Perfect knowledge of MS Office package, especially Excel & Word

● Knowledge of Saga (Finance software) & Homere (HR software) is an asset

BEHAVIORAL SKILLS

● Strong interpersonal skills, teamwork.

● Strong communication skills

● Ability to work on own initiative and adaptable to changing needs and situations

● Flexible, patient, and adaptable to a changing environment.

● Ability to work under pressure with numerous deadlines, etc.

Languages :

● English Speaking, reading, and writing, mandatory. French is an asset;

● Proficiency in a local language is an asset

CONDITIONS

Duration and type of contract: French contract: 6 months

Starting position: 04 April 2022

Salary: according to ALIMA scale + experience + per diem

ALIMA supports:

● travel expenses between the expatriate’s home country and the place of assignment

● accommodation costs

● 2.08 days off per month

● daily per diem

● medical coverage from the first day of the contract to one month after the date of departure from the country of assignment for the employee and his/her dependents

● the break policy every 3 months (for 6 months of the mission)

● evacuation for the employee.

How to apply:

To apply, please send your CV and cover letter to our page before the closing date.

Link to apply for this position:

https://hr.alima.ngo/jobs/detail/9331?utm_campaign=Campagne+d%27offres+&utm_medium=Website&utm_source=Rweb

Applications are processed in the order in which they are received. ALIMA reserves the right to close the offer before the initial deadline if an application is accepted. Only complete applications (CV in PDF format + letter of motivation) will be considered.

Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Important remarks

● Only successful applicants will be called for an interview.

● No monetary transactions, neither demands of favours in kind, nor other types of favoritism will be tolerated in the recruitment process.

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Mar 102022
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: ALIMA
Closing date: 30 Mar 2022

ALIMA, the international medical NGO with a human face, which places at the heart of its model the co-construction of projects and professional paths

ALIMA PRESENTATION

ALIMA’S SPIRIT: ALIMA’s purpose is to save lives and provide care for the most vulnerable populations, without any discrimination based on identity, religion, or politics, through actions based on proximity, innovation, and the alliance of organizations and individuals. We act with humanity and impartiality in accordance with universal medical ethics. To gain access to patients, we undertake to act in a neutral and independent manner.

Our CHARTER defines the VALUES and PRINCIPLES of our action:

  1. Putting the Patient First

  2. Revolutionizing humanitarian medicine

  3. Responsibility and freedom

  4. Improve the quality of our actions

  5. Placing trust

  6. Collective intelligence

  7. Environmental responsibility

ALIMA promotes and defends the principles of fundamental human rights. ALIMA has a zero-tolerance approach towards those guilty of acts of gender and sexual violence as well as towards inaction in the face of alleged or proven acts of violence. The protection of those benefiting from and impacted by our intervention is our top priority in everything we do. Everyone collaborating with ALIMA is committed to:

Respect the charter, the code of conduct, the institutional policies including the policy of protection against abuse of power and sexist and sexual violence, the policy of prevention of corruption and fraud;

Report any violation of the policies, framework documents, and procedures to a superior, to a referent

CARING – INNOVATING – TOGETHER:

Since its creation in 2009, ALIMA has treated more than 7 million patients and today deploys its operations in 12 African countries. In 2020 we developed 67 humanitarian medical response projects to meet the needs of populations affected by conflicts, epidemics, and extreme poverty. All of these projects are carried out in support of national authorities through nearly 357 health facilities (including 45 hospitals and 312 health facilities). Whenever possible We work in partnership with local NGOs to ensure that our patients benefit from the best and most relevant expertise wherever it is, whether within their own country or in the rest of the world. In addition, to improve the humanitarian response, we are carrying out operational and clinical research projects, particularly in the field of the fight against malnutrition and viral hemorrhagic fevers.

ALIMA’S TEAM: more than 2000 people are currently working for ALIMA. The field teams, closest to the patients, receive their support from coordination teams generally based in the countries’ capitals. These receive support from the 4 desk teams and the emergency and opening team based at the operational headquarters in Dakar, Senegal. The Paris and New York teams are actively working to raise funds and represent ALIMA. The rest of the ALIMA Galaxy includes individuals and partner teams working on behalf of other organizations such as medical NGOs BEFEN, ALERT Health, SOS Doctors / KEOOGO, AMCP, research organizations PACCI, and INSERM, Bordeaux or Copenhagen Universities, the INGO Solidarités International, and many others.

COUNTRIES WHERE WE WORK: Mali, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Nigeria, Niger, Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo, Cameroon, Guinea, South Sudan, Sudan, Mauritania.

THE WORK WE DO covers: Malnutrition, Maternal Health, Primary Health, Paediatrics, Malaria, Epidemics (Ebola, Cholera, Measles, Dengue, Lassa Fever), Hospitalization, Emergencies, Gender-Based Violence, Opening / Closing.**

ALIMA IN SOUTH SUDAN: ALIMA has been present in South Sudan since 2016. The projects in Raja and Wau in Western Bahr el Ghazal were both closed earlier in 2021 due to the end of the funding cycle for both projects. ALIMA is currently planning a new set-up in South Sudan with new projects following an explo mission in Pibor County Administrative Area. ALIMA is looking for a new coordination team to guarantee the implementation of a new project with new funding as well as revitalize representation and networking with national and local authorities (MOH, RRC, etc.), UN, donors, clusters, NGO Forum, and all other relevant stakeholders.

PROTECTION OF BENEFICIARIES AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS

Level 3: As part of his/her duties, the incumbent will visit programs and come into contact with children and/or vulnerable adults. Therefore, a criminal record check or a certificate of good conduct will be required. In situations where it is not possible to provide a criminal record or a certificate of good conduct, a declaration of honor will be requested.

FUNCTIONAL AND HIERARCHICAL LINKS

Work Location:

● Location: South Sudan, Pibor County (location confirmation subjected to funding);

● Project: Improvement of access to maternal and child healthcare.

Line Manager:

● Project Coordinator

● Directly line manages SRH Activity Manager, Nurse Activity Manager, and Medical Activity Manager; also collaborates with Logistic and HR managers.

MISSION AND MAIN ACTIVITIES

MEDICAL ACTIVITIES

● In collaboration with the Project Coordinator, analyse the medical context of the project area and suggest areas of intervention in line with ALIMA country policy and strategies;

● Organize and manage the implementation of medical activities in accordance with the proposals and ALIMA and National protocols;

● Coordinate referrals and counter-referrals of patients with Pibor County and outside of Pibor Country;

● Coordinate medical activities among the three activity managers to ensure smooth patient flow across the various disciplines, and that individual efforts contribute to the overall project goal; the conduct of regular medical meetings is implemented;

● Ensure consistent adherence to diagnostic processes, rational use of diagnostic tests;

● Monitor and supervise the management of pharmaceuticals, medical supplies and equipment in maternity;

● Paediatric and PHCs; focusing on consumption tracking, inventory and reporting;

● Conduct training in collaboration with the Pharmacy Manager for any knowledge gap identified;

● Organize in collaboration with the Pharmacy Management, Bio-medical services for deteriorating medical equipment;

● Contribute to national and international medical orders;

● Overall responsible for the management of the project medical data including indicator tracker table, ensure quality data collection at all sites, and update the ALIMA data reporting toll, ensure data collection tools are updated and available at all levels;

● Ensure all ALIMA supported Health Facilities are regularly provided with relevant tools (registers and forms) from the SMOH;

● Contribute to the donor, UN agencies (WHO, UNHCR, UNICEF and UNFPA) and MoH reporting;

● Participate on a monthly basis at the Health Cluster Meeting at the SMOH and prepare minutes with the Project Coordinator;

● Ensure epidemiological surveillance analysis;

● Monitor and ensure in collaboration with the Hospital IPC focal point that IPC measures are enforced and maintained following minimum acceptable standards across ALIMA supported healthcare facilities;

● Ensure that medical confidentiality is respected across ALIMA supported by healthcare facilities, and that all patients are duly informed of their illnesses and treatments;

● Ensure proper maintenance of medical records;

● Provide support to the Maternity In charge in conducting death audit, analysis and reporting in particular on the maternal death in the ward;

● Ensure and promote guaranteed respect and dignity of patients, their families and all employees across ALIMA supported by health care facilities;

● Participate in ALIMA facilitated rapid response mechanism (RRM) training, and will be part of the response team (where necessary) in the event of crisis (outbreaks and displacement).

MANAGEMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF MEDICAL STAFF

● Analyze staff needs based on increased workload and/or knowledge/skill gap, propose the position(s) required in relation to the activity and define the profile(s) of these position(s).

● Organize and facilitate regular team meetings on a regular basis;

● Coordinate channel of communication and the flow of information among the medical team members;

● Participates in the administrative management of the medical team (absence/leave/replacements, etc.);

● Ensure that all ALIMA medical staff in Kadugli are provided with performance objectives that match to the projective objectives, are escorded and evaluated at the end of the period;

● Contribute to the performance and skills assessment of the staff;

● In collaboration with the other senior medical staff, analyze knowledge/skill gaps of the staff, define the needed training in line with the project objectives. facilitate the conduct of the appropriate training to resolve the identified gaps;

● Participate in the training, and coach team members;

● Responsible for project staff health, clearly interpret and implement the ALIMA staff health policy in the project.

REPORTING ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ACTIVITIES

● Participate in the sharing of information within the team;

● Collect information on the medical operation and report it to the Project Coordinator to argue ALIMA field sitrep on a weekly basis;

● Ensures the feedback of daily statistical data;

● Document cases of malfunctions/abnormalities observed, and good practices for analysis and capitalization purposes.

Implementation of preventive measures against abuse of power, gender-based and sexual violence.

● Ensure that his/her team, partners (Ministry of Health) and community members are aware of ALIMA’s AMTSL policy and have access to information (complaint escalation mechanism, focal point…);

● Facilitate and participate in the conduct of AMPS training and awareness sessions for his/her team;

● Apply standards relating to abuse prevention;

● Ensure that team members and partners involved in the project (Ministry of Health, national partners, etc.) attend training and awareness sessions and apply the abuse prevention rules;

● Contribute to creating and maintaining a nurturing and protective environment for his/her team, community members, and partners involved in the project.

EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

● Medical Doctor Degree;

● Essential minimum 2 years’ experience as a Referent in medical activities Manager;

● Desirable working experience with International medical NGOs in developing countries;

● Working experience in nutritional projects is an asset;

● Desirable: Experience in tropical medicine, or post-registration experience in Public Health;

● Essential computer literacy (word, excel, internet);

● Negotiation skills;

● Strong interpersonal skills, teamwork.

Languages:

● English Speaking, reading, and writing, mandatory. French is an asset;

● Proficiency in a local language is an asset

CONDITIONS

Duration and type of contract: French contract: 6 months

Starting position: ASAP

Salary: according to ALIMA scale + experience + per diem

ALIMA supports:

● travel expenses between the expatriate’s home country and the place of assignment;

● accommodation costs;

● 33 days off per year;

● daily per diem;

● medical coverage from the first day of the contract to one month after the date of departure from the country of assignment for the employee and his/her dependents;

● the break policy every 3 months (for 6 months of the mission);

● evacuation for the employee.

How to apply:

To apply, please send your CV and cover letter to our page before the 28st of March 2022 by this link

https://hr.alima.ngo/jobs/detail/9328?utm_campaign=Campagne+d%27offres+&utm_medium=Website&utm_source=relief+web

Applications are processed in the order in which they are received. ALIMA reserves the right to close the offer before the initial deadline if an application is accepted. Only complete applications (CV in PDF format + letter of motivation) will be considered.

Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Important remarks

● Only successful applicants will be called for an interview;

● No monetary transactions, neither demands of favours in kind, nor other types of favoritism will be tolerated in the recruitment process.

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ERT – Health Project Manager

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Mar 092022
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Medair
Closing date: 8 Jun 2022

Role & Responsibilities

Manage the emergency response health project and support the team to ensure their activities meet proposal objectives within appropriate timelines and budgets and that the services meet Medair quality standards.

Project Overview

Multi-sector relief programme including health, nutrition, WASH, and ES/NFI response across all areas in South Sudan, with an overall objective to reduce morbidity and mortality of vulnerable populations in South Sudan.

Workplace & Working Conditions

Field based position is based in Juba, South Sudan with some travel throughout the country.

Starting Date / Initial Contract Details

As soon as possible. Full time, 24 months.

Key Activity Areas

Coordination/Representation

  • Attend the weekly Ministry of Health Emergency Preparedness and Response (EP&R) meetings and weekly Emergency Responders Meeting (ERM) with other mobile health actors. Potentially chair the ERM on a rotational basis with other mobile health actors. Take part in other technical working groups when relevant to specific outbreak responses, such as cholera, COVID-19, and EPI technical working groups.
  • Proactively network and coordinate with the Health Cluster and health agencies to seek out opportunities for locations to assess and respond to.
  • Coordinate with the funding manager and advisor(s), to review and update Project Coordination Agreements, Memorandum of Understandings, and other agreements in place with UN agencies, government ministries, and NGO partners relating to ERT health work.

Quality Management/Project Design

  • Responsible for ensuring project implementation is according to Medair policy and compliant with Medair, donor, South Sudan and international guidelines.
  • Responsible for setting objectives of emergency health assessments and interventions, monitoring progress against agreed indicators and exit planning, in liaison with the Project Coordinator and Health Advisor.
  • Decide on new activities and project sites and provide input regarding future project growth and changes needed.
  • Work with Project Coordinator and Health Advisor to improve the quality of the health project, to improve the quality of the assessments, monitoring and evaluation, implementation of Core Humanitarian Standards and protection mainstreaming. Develop and maintain health ERT resources to improve capacity for rapid response.

Staff management

  • Make decisions on staff planning and movement in and out of the field, based on emergency needs. Coordinate and approve RnRs and holidays for staff. Conduct staff appraisals and enforce disciplinary policies.
  • Look for relevant training opportunities for all staff in liaison with Health Advisor, and advocate for different, emergency response training opportunities where appropriate to the role, such as access negotiation.
  • Interview potential national, regional, and international staff, make recommendations for final hiring decisions in collaboration on technical suitability from the Health Advisor.

Logistics

  • Final authority for all health requests going to the logs and finance departments. Work with ERT Logistics team to prevent stock outages and ensure stock requests, purchase requests, cash forecasts and movement requests are submitted appropriately in Juba. Work with ERT Logistics team to ensure health teams are adequately supported in the field – food, water, supplies, budget, etc.

Financial Management

  • Review and approve all project expenditures and expense coding. Ensure proper financial procedures are followed by the health team. Track expenses against project budgets, working with the Project Coordinator and Finance Officer to address issues of over or under-spending.
  • Draft annual budgets for health and emergency response projects. Approve expenditures or purchase requests.

Security Management

  • Responsible for completing Security Risk Assessments for health interventions.
  • Monitoring security situation for teams in the field and working with Project Coordinator to take actions.
  • Responsible for ensuring field team compliance with security procedures; ensure teams are equipped with appropriate communications equipment, quick run bags, security money, and security equipment.
  • Responsible for ongoing monitoring of security situation, gathering information from various sources and feeding back important information to Medair management.

Reporting and Communications

  • Write or compile ToRs, MOUs, and reports, and send to the Project Coordinator and Health Advisor for approval.
  • Provide programme data for ERT donor reports, to the Funding Manager and Health Advisor prior to submission to donors. Responsible for open communication regarding project planning and implementation with the Project Coordinator, Health Advisor, and other key staff.
  • Provide photographs and information at the request of the Communications Officer, Project Coordinator, or GSO, to provide to donors and for fundraising purposes.

Team Spiritual Life

  • Reflect the values of Medair with team members, local staff, beneficiaries, and external contacts.
  • Work, live, and pray together in our Christian faith-based team settings. Fully contribute to the rich spiritual life of your team, including team devotions, prayers, and words of encouragement.
  • Encouraged to join and contribute to Medair’s international prayer network.

This job description covers the main tasks that are anticipated. Other tasks may be assigned as necessary.

Qualifications

  • Diploma or degree in Nursing / Midwifery or qualification as a Medical Doctor. Public health degree and training in tropical medicine an asset.
  • Strong working knowledge of English (spoken and written).

Experience

  • 2 years post-qualification professional experience in a relevant field. 1 year of management experience.
  • 1 year of overseas experience in primary health care or emergency context.
  • Experience in managing emergency health responses in developing countries desirable.
  • Experience of acute malnutrition management in primary health care or emergency context desirable.
  • Knowledge and experience of primary health care principles and management.
  • Ability and willingness to manage project implementation. Willingness to support others and to share workload.

Before you apply

Please ensure you are fully aware of the:

a) Medair organisational values.

b) Medair is committed to safeguarding the protection of beneficiaries, volunteers, staff and partners, and particularly children. Therefore, we do not employ staff whose background we understand to be unsuitable for working with children. Medair staff are required to give the utmost respect to, and comply with, Medair’s accountability policies and best practices.

c) Key Profiles & Benefits Package provided for Internationally Recruited Staff (IRS).

d) Medair Relief & Recovery Orientation Course (ROC) (which forms part of the recruitment selection process for field positions).

All new deploying international staff to Medair’s country programmes (and other roles which require field travel) should be fully vaccinated with a WHO-approved COVID vaccine, supported with a COVID vaccination certificate as evidence.

How to apply:

Application Process

To apply, go to this vacancy on our Medair page. Please do not make multiple applications. We will not review email applications. Only English-language applications / CVs will be reviewed.

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Immunization Technical Officer( 6 consultants position) for Greater Equatoria

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Mar 092022
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: John Snow
Closing date: 25 Mar 2022

MOMENTUM- Routine Immunization Transformation and Equity (M-RITE), aims to strengthen routine immunization (RI) programs to overcome the entrenched obstacles contributing to stagnating and declining routine immunization (RI) rates and to address the barriers to reaching zero-dose and under-immunized children with life-saving vaccines. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the disruption of RI services, M-RITE supports countries with the maintenance and adaptation of RI services and provides strategic technical support for COVID-19 vaccine introduction and deployment in order to protect high risk population.

In South Sudan, Ministry of Health (MoH), with support from immunization partners, have adopted strategies to scaling up COVID-19 vaccination to increase country coverage to 70% of the target population by the end of 2022. This includes mass vaccination drive (MVD) using intensified COVID-19 vaccination optimization plan (ICVOP), for administering more than 2.5 million doses of vaccines.

M-RITE / JSI provide technical assistance to State/County, Core Group Polio Partners (CGPP) in 21 counties in three Equatorial States (Central, Eastern and Western) for accelerating the COVID-19 vaccination. M-RITE support to CGPP includes training of vaccinators, supportive supervision, microplanning, and risk-communication, address hesitancy, and increase demand for acceleration of COVID-19 vaccination. CGPP plans to double their outreach vaccination team – from 33 to 84 teams to maximize shots in arms of COVID-19 vaccines before rainy season starts in May when many areas become inaccessible.

M-RITE/JSI is recruiting for three communication consultants to support State and County Health Department and CGPP for risk-communication and community involvement (RCCI) activities including awareness creation, address hesitancy, and increase demand for COVID-19 vaccination in 21 counties of the Greater Equatorial states (Central, East and West)

M-RITE /JSI Purpose and objectives of the consultancy provision:

The Immunization Technical Officers will provide technical assistance to State MoH, County health Departments, and CGPP for acceleration of COVID-19 vaccination drive through providing support in training, microplanning, supervision, monitoring, and data transmission and use of data for decision making in COVID-19 vaccination and RI.

Objectives include providing technical support to State/County and CGPP in the above-mentioned states in readiness assessment, coordination, capacity building, microplanning, supervision, and quality data transmission.

Job roles

Specifically, Immunization Technical officers will:

● Support CGPP to conduct COVID-19 vaccination trainings at State/county levels

● Monitor and support to ensure quality of trainings at state/county levels

● Provide technical support to states during COVID-19 vaccination operational and technical working group (TWG) meetings

● Train state/county, CGPP supervisors on supportive supervision and coordinate / facilitate supervision visits amongst State/MoH and partners to vaccination centers and outreaches

● Support the State/MOH team leader in analyzing immunization (COVID-19 and RI) as well as supportive supervision data for decision making during TWG meetings

● Conduct supportive supervision and build capacity of vaccinators on development/updating microplanning and recoding (using ODK) and transmitting data to next level without error and any delay.

● Produce quality progress and immunization reports based on indicators for TWG meetings and for the donor.

● Represent M-RITE/JSI in different immunization forum such as EPI TWG meeting, COVID-19 vaccination operational and TWG meetings, ICC and SSITAG where needed

● Perform any other duties assigned by the supervisor in improving immunization program in South Sudan

Qualification, skills and experience required

· Degree either in Medicine and Surgery, Clinical Medicine, Tropical medicine Nursing or Public Health

· Master’s Degree in one of the related fields of Public Health, Health Services Management and Administration, Global Health, Health Science training and Education, Institutional management is an added advantage but not a condition

· Candidate must have more than 5 years of experience in public health with specialization in immunization, developing health related training materials, vaccine introduction, facilitating COVID-19 vaccination trainings, microplanning, and supportive supervision skills

● Experience with managing immunization programs and child health programs, including state and/or county-based work;

● Better understanding on COVID-19 vaccine introduction, ToT training, etc.

● Computer literacy required (Excel, MSWord and PowerPoint). Familiarity with other relevant computer software desirable;

● Fluent in both spoken and written English, plus one commonly-spoken local language in South Sudan (like Arabic);

● Good knowledge of computer ODK, KOBO Collect, DHIS2 or STATA software is an added advantage

● Candidate applying must have adequate knowledge of local context, language preferably within the State- This is a none relocatable position

● Ability to travel extensively to the State and Counties where vaccinations take place

● Knowledge of the South Sudan health system (BPHNS) at all levels will be an added advantage for this position;

● Experience working in a multi-agency/organizational environment and fragile context

How to apply:

Please submit your application letter of 1 page including your daily fee in $, updated resume or CV of less than 5 pages(5MB) electronically with email subject ‘**’Technical Officer of either CES,EES, or WES’’** to asobasi_joe@ss.jsi.com /ajasobasi@gmail.com copy dalia_khattab@jsi.com NOT Later than 25th March 2022

*Be first to submit! Due to urgency of this position, applications will be reviewed on rolling basis and M-RITE/JSI reserves the right to hire qualified candidate before the deadline*

For more information, visit www.jsi.com

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Project Coordinator – SOUTH SUDAN – M/F

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Mar 092022
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: ALIMA
Closing date: 29 Mar 2022

ALIMA, the international medical NGO with a human face, which places at the heart of its model the co-construction of projects and professional paths

ALIMA PRESENTATION

ALIMA’S SPIRIT: ALIMA’s purpose is to save lives and provide care for the most vulnerable populations, without any discrimination based on identity, religion, or politics, through actions based on proximity, innovation, and the alliance of organizations and individuals. We act with humanity and impartiality in accordance with universal medical ethics. To gain access to patients, we undertake to act in a neutral and independent manner.

Our CHARTER defines the VALUES and PRINCIPLES of our action:

  1. Putting the Patient First

  2. Revolutionizing humanitarian medicine

  3. Responsibility and freedom

  4. Improve the quality of our actions

  5. Placing trust

  6. Collective intelligence

  7. Environmental responsibility

ALIMA promotes and defends the principles of fundamental human rights. ALIMA has a zero-tolerance approach towards those guilty of acts of gender and sexual violence as well as towards inaction in the face of alleged or proven acts of violence. The protection of those benefiting from and impacted by our intervention is our top priority in everything we do. Everyone collaborating with ALIMA is committed to:

● Respect the charter, the code of conduct, the institutional policies including the policy of protection against abuse of power and sexist and sexual violence, the policy of prevention of corruption and fraud;

● Report any violation of the policies, framework documents, and procedures to a superior, to a referent

CARING – INNOVATING – TOGETHER:

Since its creation in 2009, ALIMA has treated more than 7 million patients and today deploys its operations in 12 African countries. In 2020 we developed 67 humanitarian medical response projects to meet the needs of populations affected by conflicts, epidemics, and extreme poverty. All of these projects are carried out in support of national authorities through nearly 357 health facilities (including 45 hospitals and 312 health facilities). Whenever possible We work in partnership with local NGOs to ensure that our patients benefit from the best and most relevant expertise wherever it is, whether within their own country or in the rest of the world. In addition, to improve the humanitarian response, we are carrying out operational and clinical research projects, particularly in the field of the fight against malnutrition and viral hemorrhagic fevers.

ALIMA’S TEAM: more than 2000 people are currently working for ALIMA. The field teams, closest to the patients, receive their support from coordination teams generally based in the countries’ capitals. These receive support from the 4 desk teams and the emergency and opening team based at the operational headquarters in Dakar, Senegal. The Paris and New York teams are actively working to raise funds and represent ALIMA. The rest of the ALIMA Galaxy includes individuals and partner teams working on behalf of other organizations such as medical NGOs BEFEN, ALERT Health, SOS Doctors / KEOOGO, AMCP, research organizations PACCI, and INSERM, Bordeaux or Copenhagen Universities, the INGO Solidarités International, and many others.

COUNTRIES WHERE WE WORK: Mali, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Nigeria, Niger, Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo, Cameroon, Guinea, South Sudan, Mauritania, Senegal and Sudan.

THE WORK WE DO covers: Malnutrition, Maternal Health, Primary Health, Pediatrics, Malaria, Epidemics (Ebola, Cholera, Measles, Dengue, Lassa Fever), Hospitalization, Emergencies, Gender-Based Violence, Opening / Closing.

ALIMA IN SOUTH SUDAN

ALIMA has been present in South Sudan since 2016. The projects in Raja and Wau in Western Bahr el Ghazal were both closed earlier in 2021 due to the end of the funding cycle for both projects. ALIMA is currently planning a new set-up in South Sudan with new projects following an explo mission in Pibor County Administrative Area. ALIMA is looking for a new coordination team to guarantee the implementation of a new project with new funding as well as revitalize representation and networking with national and local authorities (MOH, RRC, etc.), UN, donors, clusters, NGO Forum, and all other relevant stakeholders.

PROTECTION OF BENEFICIARIES AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS

Level 3: As part of his/her duties, the incumbent will visit programs and come into contact with children and/or vulnerable adults. Therefore, a criminal record check or a certificate of good conduct will be required. In situations where it is not possible to provide a criminal record or a certificate of good conduct, a declaration of honor will be requested.

FUNCTIONAL AND HIERARCHICAL LINKS

➢ He/she reports to the head of mission-based in coordination;

➢ He/she manages the project management team (e.g. Medical Officer, Administration Officer, Logistics Officer, and Nursing Officer) as well as the national teams in collaboration with the technical officers at the project level;

➢ He/she collaborates with the coordination (medical, logistic, financial, and human resources) and with the partners.

MAIN TASK

Under the supervision of the Head of Mission, the Project Coordinator is responsible for the implementation of the country’s operational strategy in his/her area of intervention, in line with the three-year strategic plan and ALIMA’s mandate.

More specifically, he/she is responsible for the implementation of the project and for contributing to the results set for the project according to the evolution of the humanitarian situation and the needs in the intervention zone and on the basis of the medico-operational objectives prefixed in collaboration with the coordination, in the respect of the humanitarian principles and the mandate of ALIMA. He/she is the guarantor of the security of his/her teams in the whole intervention zone. He/she is responsible for the supervision of the teams, the monitoring of the programmatic indicators and the contractual indicators of the donors, and the monitoring of the project’s expenses – with the support of the coordination – and the communication with the governmental and non-governmental actors in relation with the project.

CORE BUSINESS

The CP, above all, must:

● Act in accordance with ALIMA’s mandate, humanitarian principles, and the “do no harm” principle,

● Respect the operational strategy defined with the other coordinators (collaborate with other humanitarian, international, and governmental actors present in the intervention zone).

1. Definition and strategic planning

● Analysis of the context (environment, actors, security, access negotiations…) and humanitarian issues;

● Identifies and analyses medical and humanitarian needs in collaboration with the Medical Referent, in order to propose a relevant operational strategy for the area of intervention, in line with ALIMA’s mandate, humanitarian principles, and the “do no harm” principle;

● Proposes an operational setup and relevant planning (timeline, budget, supply plan…) according to the operational strategy defined with the other coordinators (head of mission, medical coordinator, logistics coordinator, financial coordinator, and HR coordinator);

● Assess risks and constraints, and propose adaptations to the strategy and action plan in the event of unforeseen developments after consultation with the country coordination (head of mission, medical coordinator, logistics coordinator, financial coordinator, and HR coordinator) and other humanitarian, international, and governmental actors present in the intervention zone.

2. Program Implementation a – Project management and monitoring

● Applies project management tools provided by the project leader;

● Controls the respect of the established timetable and the fixed objectives;

● Evaluates the objectives of the project and their implementation (financial, human, logistical…) through the elaboration of regular synthetic and relevant reports for the coordination (SITREP);

● Applies project management tools provided by the project leader;

● Controls the respect of the established timetable and the fixed objectives;

● Evaluates the objectives of the project and their implementation (financial, human, logistical…) through the elaboration of regular synthetic and relevant reports for the coordination (SITREP);

● Follows up on each department present on his base and ensures the proper implementation of activities according to the set objectives;

● Ensures effective communication within the team and a smooth flow of information (operational objectives, tools, timeline, context…).

● Organize, lead and document coordination meetings with his/her team, according to the frequency defined with the country coordination (weekly or daily in case of emergency intervention);

● Organizes the memory of the project by keeping a written record of its evolution. b – Representation

● Participates in coordination meetings in its area of intervention (sub-cluster, response meetings…);

● Collaborates with humanitarian and medical actors to ensure good coordination of activities and teams in the intervention zone and the pooling of resources;

● After validation by the Head of Mission, may be asked to carry advocacy messages to local actors and/or authorities;

● Maintains close relations and regular exchanges with the administrative and health authorities for the proper conduct of the project (signing and compliance with the MoU, negotiation of resources allocated to activities, joint implementation of activities …);

● With the support of the country coordination (head of mission and/or medical coordinator), organizes the visits of technical and financial partners in its area of intervention. c – Management of material and financial resources

● Controls the budget of its base and makes each department responsible for controlling its budget lines;

● Supervises and validates the proper use of the resources made available by ALIMA for the project, all orders (medical and logistical), and purchases of the project;

● Checks that the monthly monitoring of the status of project expenditures and commitments is done and participates in the analysis of financial data with the administrative manager of his/her base;

● Ensures compliance with standards in the administrative management of the project;

● Controls that the monthly monitoring of the status of the project logistics is done and participates in the analysis of data with the RLP of the project(s) in its area of intervention (monitoring of stocks, equipment, vehicle fleet, communication …).

● Responsible for the implementation and monitoring of the procurement plan in collaboration with the RPL.

3. Data analysis and reporting

● In collaboration with the project medical team and the coordination (head of mission and medical coordinator), he/she proposes SMART and relevant programmatic indicators in order to evaluate, monitor and guarantee the quality of the project according to ALIMA protocols and international standards (SPHERE, WHO…);

● Oversees the implementation of a medical data collection and analysis and epidemiological surveillance system (with the support and validation of the medical coordinator) and its evolution according to needs;

● Consolidate reports from all departments and analyze data for sharing with the coordination according to the mission timeline (SITREP);

● Contributes to the writing of projects and future projects in his area of intervention as well as to the internal and operational reporting of all projects in the same area.

4. Team management and leadership

● Follows individually each team member for whom he/she is directly responsible: coaching, support, advice, and evaluation;

● Identifies training for its teams;

● Produces the POPs (performance objective plans) for the team members under his/her direct responsibility in collaboration with their technical referents and ensures that they guarantee the POPs for their teams;

● Carries out the end-of-mission evaluation of team members in collaboration with their technical referents and shares it with the head of mission and the administration;

● Prevents and resolves conflicts within the team in collaboration with the administration and the tools at his/her disposal;

● Ensures that safety and health constraints are understood by all;

● Plan and lead working meetings with the team and partners: project progress, security, team meetings, ensure that minutes are shared with the desk and archived in the drive;

● Transmits to the teams’ information and directives given by the coordination and/or the ALIMA headquarters;

● Plans replacements for project personnel;

● Contributes to the drafting of job profiles;

● Participates in the composition of teams;

● Responsible for welcoming and briefing new expatriate arrivals Alima;

● Define job profiles and performance objectives for team members;

● Carry out the assessments of its team in an approach of professional course;

● Facilitating training actions to develop/reinforce team skills on HR and cross-functional themes;

● Propose and support job changes in accordance with ALIMA policies;

● Propose and anticipate secondments;

● Promote staff mobility (internal and external) within the framework of the policies in force;

● Identify the skills that team members need to acquire to master their jobs and organize training to reinforce them;

● Organize and lead team meetings.

5. Security analysis and management

● Responsible for the safety of ALIMA employees and partners in the projects in his/her area of intervention;

● Assesses the risks and threats associated with the implementation of activities;

● Establishes the security rules for his area of intervention, under validation of the country coordination, distributes them to the staff, and ensures that they are respected by all the project teams;

● Identifies and develops a network to ensure team security and access to vulnerable populations targeted by the project. This may involve direct or indirect negotiation with armed groups and humanitarian actors (e.g. UN) in the intervention area;

● Collects, centralizes, and analyzes information related to the security environment and shares with the Head of Mission to facilitate decision making;

● Informs the country coordination of individual or collective behaviours in contradiction with the safety rules and if necessary, participates in the disciplinary process;

● Informs the country coordination of any security incident or threat that may impact the security of ALIMA personnel and/or assets;

● Ensures with the administrative manager of the project the security of the cash and the update of the cash management guide;

● Ensures that the ALIMA procedure is respected and applied in the event of a major incident.

6. Development of computer tools

● Encourages the use of the drive for information sharing and archiving;

● Gives ALIMA employees the means to train in the use of these tools.

7. Implementation of preventive measures against abuse of power, gender-based and sexual violence:

● Ensures that his/her team, partners, and community members are aware of ALIMA’s policy and have access to information (complaint reporting mechanism, focal point, etc.);

● Facilitates the organization of training and awareness sessions;

● Implements standards for the prevention of abuse of power, gender-based violence, and sexual violence;

● Ensures that the members of his/her team and those of the partners involved in the project (Ministry of Health, national partners, etc.) follow the training and awareness sessions and apply the rules of abuse prevention;

● Contributes to creating and maintaining a nurturing and protective environment for the team, community members, and partners involved in the project.

EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

● Previous experience in an equivalent position in an international NGO;

● Previous experience in degraded security and emergency contexts;

● Medical or paramedical qualification or experience in medical project management is an asset;

● Previous experience in managing a multicultural team.

Skills

● Ability to listen and empathy;

● Easy communication;

● Ability to analyze the context, understand medical and humanitarian issues;

● Animation and motivation of teams;

● Ability to identify and anticipate problems and risks;

● Problem-oriented mindset;

● Organization of roles and delegation of tasks within a team;

● Ability to set priorities;

● Establishment of networks of contacts and ability to maintain a neutral posture with opposing actors in the same armed conflict;

● Autonomy;

● Sense of responsibility;

● Ability to take initiative and make decisions;

● Good stress management;

● Flexibility;

● Mastery of computer tools (GSuite and pack office).

Languages:

● Oral and written fluency in English is essential, in French is an asset;

● Proficiency in a local language is an asset.

CONDITIONS

Duration and type of contract: French contract: 6 months

Starting position: ASAP

Salary: according to ALIMA scale + experience + per diem

ALIMA supports:

● travel expenses between the expatriate’s home country and the place of assignment;

● accommodation costs;

● 33 days off per year;

● daily per diem;

● medical coverage from the first day of the contract to one month after the date of departure from the country of assignment for the employee and his/her dependents;

● the break policy every 3 months (for 6 months of the mission);

● evacuation for the employee.

How to apply:

To apply, please send your CV and cover letter to our page before the 29st of March 2022 by this link :

https://hr.alima.ngo/jobs/detail/9326?utm_campaign=Campagne+d%27offres+&utm_medium=Website&utm_source=relief+web

Applications are processed in the order in which they are received. ALIMA reserves the right to close the offer before the initial deadline if an application is accepted. Only complete applications (CV in PDF format + letter of motivation) will be considered.

Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Program Director

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Feb 222022
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Catholic Medical Mission Board
Closing date: 6 Mar 2022

About CMMB

Catholic Medical Mission Board (CMMB) is an international developmental organization that believes in a world in which every human life is valued, and health and human dignity are shared by all. We believe that access to quality healthcare is a basic human right. For nearly 110 years, we have worked with global partners to deliver locally sustainable, quality healthcare solutions to women, children and their communities. For further information on CMMB South Sudan, visit our webpage at www.[cmmb.org](http://www.cmmb.org/join-our-movement/careers/).

CMMB has been working in South Sudan for over a decade providing a package of integrated health services to vulnerable populations through its Children And Mothers Partnerships (CHAMPS). CHAMPS focuses on redressing issues that affect the health and wellbeing of mothers, children and newborns. CMMB supports the Ministry of Health (MOH), working with other health partners, to provide: (a) a continuum of care through integrated health services (MNCH, nutrition, WASH, Child Protection and GBV) and health infrastructure strengthening at the community, facility, County and State levels; (b) health workforce capacity strengthening through on the job mentoring and training, as well as leveraging CMMB’s international volunteer program; and (c) Health Information System strengthening through transitioning from paper based data collection and reporting to more accurate and timely electronic systems, reproducing and disseminating health registers and training of SMOH data clerks. CMMB also promotes equal access to basic essential medicine through its medical donation program. Finally, CMMB supports the MOH in expansion of the Covid-19 vaccine coverage across four States in the Country, and has been particularly successful in increasing uptake, especially among hesitant groups.

Job Summary

The Program Director, reporting to the Country Director, will strengthen the current success, providing overall program strategic leadership and managerial direction to drive program quality for CMMB South Sudan. In collaboration with the Country Director and other members of the SMT, s/he will co-lead the formulation of the Country Office integrated program strategy, as well as provide operational planning, managerial direction and technical oversight to its implementation. S/he will lead and pursue new program opportunities in alignment with the Country Office strategy. The incumbent will have exceptional experience in results-based program management, evidence-based performance management for program quality, as well as proven skills in creating and fostering a culture of collaboration, learning, sharing and knowledge management.

Partnerships are vital for program efficiency and effectiveness through knowledge sharing and resource mobilization, and therefore are an essential responsibility of the incumbent. A strong political acumen, diplomatic tact and negotiating skills are a must to succeed in South Sudan’s complex operating environment. The Program Director is a key member of the Country Office (CO) Senior Leadership Team responsible for augmenting the Country Office governance functions towards a well-defined Country Office strategic vison.

Responsibilities and tasks

1. Program Design, Development, Quality, and Management

· Lead program design, proposal development, implementation quality, and support knowledge management efforts to gather evidence on best practices and lessons learnt so as to improve future programming.

· Provide effective support to Program Managers and assist in the sound management of CMMB South Sudan’s portfolio, ensuring timely and effective resource mobilization project planning, implementation and reporting.

· Ensure that program resources and services respond appropriately to beneficiary needs as well as anticipated new areas of needs that ensures evidence-based results and promotes organizational credibility and reputation.

· Build a high-performing, collaborative program team, through targeted capacity building, mentorship and supervision, as well as generation of learning and knowledge management.

· Be responsible for providing a strategic interface between CMMB management team and the project managers who are accountable for the successful delivery of small, medium and large projects and ensuring that PMD Pro tools are effectively applied in daily project management.

· Promotes a community of practice across health-related programming in CMMB geographical locations to strengthen effectiveness and efficiency of programming.

· Lead on the periodic review and up-date of the CMMB South Sudan CHAMPS program framework, ensuring its continued alignment with CHAMPS global imperatives and contribution to the overall CMMB SS Strategic Plan; and provide support in building CHD capacity in strategic review and planning using the framework.

· Support in building MOH capacity to conduct joint M&E supportive supervisions at State, County and facility level, ensuring timely and effective remedial action to improve performance.

· Streamline CMMB South Sudan’s contributions with MOH health infrastructure strengthening towards equal access to health service delivery in targeted counties, especially hard to reach areas.

· Promote transparency and accountability to affected communities, actively seeking and listening to the views of communities through a robust feedback and complaints mechanism.

· Proactively influence CMMB South Sudan’s Strategic Program planning process and lead in the implementation of the plan ensuring alignment of Country Office Capacity to achieve the defined strategic objectives; and proactively contribute to strategic planning updates at the national level.

· Build program team capacity to align CMMB South Sudan’s program interventions with the MOH related strategic plan documents (Health Sector/HIS/M&E/HIV/Malaria/BHI), and to strengthen the health system at county, facility, and community levels.

· Represent CMMB in external meetings, workshops and conferences with partners, donors and the host government as required, strengthening mutual strategic relationships towards achievement of CMMB’s strategic goals.

2. Budgeting and Resource Mobilization

· In collaboration with the Finance Director, strengthen financial management and monitoring of budgets, including budget verses actual monthly reviews, budget realignment requests, as well as monitoring budget performance towards the strategic objectives.

· Working closely with the Country Director, support the development of a funding strategy to diversify and strengthen CMMB South Sudan’s donor base.

· Leads Program team in formulation of proposals for donor funding that are in alignment with the Country strategy.

· Maintain donor partnerships through strengthening program quality sustainable impact and donor compliance across all Country Office programs.

3. Program Workforce Strengthening

CMMB’s considers the health workforce as the most important asset of the health sector. As mentioned above, CMMB is engaged in integrated health service delivery in 22 facilities in Western Equatoria State, as well as Covid-19 vaccination rollout in Western Equatoria, Central Equatoria, Northern Bahr El Ghazal and Jongolei States; the entirety of this program work entails a fleet of facility based and outreach staff, currently numbering over 350 technical and non-technical staff. CMMB’s focus on strengthening the MOH capacity means a majority of the facility-based staff are seconded and supported through provision of an enabling working environment, working tools, attractive incentives, mentorship and training opportunities. The Program Director is tasked with, but not limited to, the following workforce management and workforce strengthening responsibilities:

· Ensure establishment and functioning of a strong, effective and coordinated Program team, including day-to-day supervision and management of all direct staff.

· Oversee the recruitment and orientation of new Program staff and assess and strengthen their capacity to deliver on assigned deliverables.

· Support the organization to build a high-performing culture of quality programming in a complex environment.

· Conduct timely individual performance reviews of direct reports, ensuring feedback and support supervision for performance improvement.

· Proactively lead in CMMB’s zero tolerance against form of abuse, exploitation, or harm carried out towards rights holders, community members, or adults at-risk Across program areas.

4. Qualifications and Competencies.

· A Master’s degree in a relevant field including international development studies, global public health, Health Systems Strengthening, or health Monitoring and Evaluation, and at least five (5) years work experience at a similar level to this position.

· A relevant undergraduate degree and seven years progressive work experience in a similar position will be considered in lieu of a Masters.

Competencies required include but are not limited to the following:

· Demonstrated leadership and management skills in a complex environment is required; experience working in South Sudan is highly desired.

· Proven experience managing high level programs or systems strengthening programs that support the Ministry of Health as well as community-based programs that deliver quality health services.

· Strong experience managing institutional and UN donor funded programs successfully.

· Skills and abilities to lead or influence coordination meetings.

· Strategic thinker with ability to develop a competitive advantage in a global health context.

· Demonstrates high ethical standards, integrity, good business judgement and financial acumen in fiscal stewardship.

· Ability to work within a fluid and under-developed host country environment.

· Ability to foster a collaborative, high impact team, using judgement, persuasion, coaching and support.

· Willing to travel to program areas within South Sudan, for at least 25% of working period.

· Understands CMMB’s vision, mission, and is committed to promoting its values, as well as achieving the Country Office Strategic plan.

How to apply:

How to apply

Please submit your CV and covering letter addressed to CMMB South Sudan at the following email address: CMMBSouthSudanjobs@cmmb.org by latest the 6th of March, 2022. If interested, please apply as soon as possible, as we will be evaluating applications as they come in. We encourage qualified female candidates to apply. For further information please reach out to the Human Resource Manager at Tel: +211 929490045.

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Feb 122022
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Germany
Closing date: 21 Feb 2022

TRAINING LIVESTOCK OFFICERS, LIVESTOCK FIELD EXTENSION AGENTS (LFEAS) AND COMMUNITY ANIMAL HEALTH WORKERS (CAHWS) ON DISEASE DIAGNOSIS, TREATMENT, IMPROVED RUMINANT HUSBANDRY, NUTRITION AND EXTENSION

Project: Pathways to Resilience – P2R

Locations: Kapoeta North, Budi, Akobo and Duk Counties, South Sudan

USAID BHA funded – Emergency Food Security Program in South Sudan: award # 720BHA21CA00002

1.0 THE ORGANIZATION

Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Germany (VSF Germany) is an International Non-Governmental Organization (INGO) providing humanitarian aid and development assistance to pastoralists and vulnerable communities in areas where livestock is of importance. VSF Germany supports livestock and agricultural production systems, marketing, food safety, drought responses and mitigation, capacity development of communities and governmental institutions, peace and conflict resolution. The desired impact of VSF Germany interventions is to increase agricultural and livestock productivity as well as related incomes; and subsequent improvements of food security and livelihoods for millions of people in the countries of operation in the Greater Horn of Africa. Countries programs are designed to deliver integrated programing solutions that address the key challenges and needs that enable our beneficiary groups, particularly men, women, the youth and other disadvantaged and marginalized groups to access skills, opportunities and resources that contribute to the improvement of their productive lives and development of communities. VSF Germany currently implements activities in Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, and Uganda.

2.0 PROJECT BACKGROUND AND CONTEXT

Pathways to Resilience (P2R) is a three-year (December 1, 2020- November 30, 2023) USAID/BHA funded project implemented by a consortium of Catholic Relief Serves (CRS) as a prime and VSF Germany as a sub-grantee. The goal of the project is to improve food and nutrition security through improved livelihood, productivity, and social cohesion. The project targets 135,468 households in the four counties: Duk and Akobo in Jonglei State, and Budi and Kapoeta North in Eastern Equatoria State. Torit, the capital of Eastern Equatoria State, is the coordination hub for the project.

South Sudan has experienced decades of conflict, at the national level between the government and the opposition, as well as regional anti-government insurgencies, inter-communal conflict over resources, and rivalries amongst ethnic groups. This conflict, paired with recurring climatic shocks, has triggered population displacement; disrupted agricultural production and adaptive capacity; eroded trade, markets and basic services; exacerbating food and nutrition insecurity and increased household dependency on humanitarian aid. Recurring climatic events including drought, floods, livestock diseases, and crop pests have also negatively affected production. The worst seasonal flooding in a generation affected nearly a million people in Eastern Equatoria, Jonglei and Upper Nile in recent months. Floods began in June when crops were at peak growth, forcing farmers to abandon their fields, resulting in crop and livestock losses of up to 23%. This is predicted to have devastating effects on food insecurity, triggering an early lean season in 2020 and increasing the number of people in IPC 4. According to the most recent Food Security and Nutrition Monitoring System Report, rates of global acute malnutrition are above the emergency threshold at 16.2%.

“Pathways to Resilience Project (P2R)” aims to ensure that there is improved and sustained food and Nutrition security amongst the targeted rural communities for the two States, South Sudan. This will be achieved through ensuring that food and nutrition insecure communities have improved resilience to conflict and climate stressors / shocks as well as having better livelihood sources

The choice of project locations is based on factors including food and nutrition insecurity, vulnerability to climate shocks (including flood-affected areas), ethnic and political diversity, scale of returnees, and Partnership for Recovery and Resilience (PfRR) areas.

Project overall objective

Communities have improved and sustained food and nutrition security.**

Specific objectives:

  1. Food and nutrition insecure communities have improved resilience to climate and conflict shocks and stressors

  2. Food and nutrition insecure communities have improved livelihoods

VSF-Germany is implementing specific objective 2 which has the following relevant intermediate results: Food and nutrition insecure HH have increased food production. The expected outputs from this IR are:

Output i) Producers trained on improved production techniques that are climate-adaptive

Output ii) Seeds and small ruminants distributed to local producers**

The activity outcome will be improved and sustainable production and productivity of the livestock kept by the project participants in specific and wider community in general thereby enhancing the resilience of their livelihood.

3.0 ASSIGNMENT

Objective of the assignment

The main objective of this assignment is to train livestock officers, livestock field extension agents (LFEAs) and community animal health workers (CAHWs) on disease diagnosis, treatment, improved ruminant husbandry, nutrition and extension service delivery in Kapoeta North, Budi, Akobo and Duk Counties, South Sudan. The trainer shall tailor-make the training for more practical skills development on primary animal health care, ruminant husbandry, nutrition and livestock extension delivery guided by the program module, manual and any other relevant sources.

Scope of work

In reference to the background and purpose, the trainer will be expected to carry out and deliver on the following responsibilities:

i. Use module and manual developed by the program to conduct training. Other relevant training materials are permitted.

ii. Tailor make the training for more practical skills development on disease diagnosis, treatment, improved ruminant husbandry, nutrition and extension service delivery

iii. Conduct livestock officers, livestock field extension agents (LFEAs) and community animal health workers (CAHWs) training in Kapoeta North, Budi, Akobo and Duk counties, South Sudan with 20% theory and 80% practical/field work

iv. Guide/mentor livestock officers, livestock field extension agents (LFEAs) and community animal health workers (CAHWs) in delivery of extension training to at least 4 sample groups (each of 30 participants) of the restocking participants in each of the counties

Proposed Methodology

Interested applicants or institutions must submit a proposal with detailed methodology, work plan with budget (in USDs) and itinerary for the assignment. The training content shall include the training module and handouts developed by the program in addition to the trainer’s other relevant sources. The proposal should include a list of the relevant training materials required for each of the locations to facilitate the training. The use of participatory methodology and tools of training in line with the scope of work are strongly encouraged. The setting of the training shall be select cattle camps in the respective locations.

4.0 TIME FRAME

The engagement shall be conducted for 15 days (weekends inclusive) for each of the locations of Kapoeta North, Budi, Akobo and Duk Counties, South Sudan thus cumulative 60 days.

5.0 EXPECTED DELIVERABLES

· Livestock officers, livestock field extension agents (LFEAs) and community animal health workers (CAHWs) trained including practical/field work.

· Leading livestock officers, livestock field extension agents (LFEAs) and community animal health workers (CAHWs) in delivery of extension training to at least 4 sample groups of small ruminant restocking participants in each of the counties

· Training reports – separate for each county – with the following annexes:

i. Schedule of trainings

ii. Summary of topics covered during the training

iii. Lessons learnt

iv. Challenges

v. Recommendations

vi. List of attendance segregated by gender and signed on each day of the training

vii. Captioned photos of the training

6.0 PAYMENT SCHEDULE AND OTHER CONDITIONS

· The trainer must send one technical proposal and 4 separate financial offers for each of the locations – Kapoeta North, Budi, Akobo & Duk Counties – based on an all-inclusive daily fee (professional fees, communications, consumables, etc.) for the contract period.

· Travel costs, accommodation and daily food allowance costs shall be the responsibility of VSF Germany.

· Payments shall be made based on the agreed fixed contract price and released upon submission of a certificate of payment request, indicating deliverables achieved to be verified and cleared for payment by the supervisor.

· The trainer shall receive his/her lump sum service fees upon certification of the completed tasks satisfactorily, as per the following payment schedule:

i. 20% upon signature and submission and approval of inception report with a detailed methodology and action plan.

ii. 80% payment upon completion of assignment

7.0 INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR MANAGEMENT FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT

The principal responsibility for managing this assignment lies with the Pathways to Resilience Program Manager, VSF-Germany, South Sudan. VSF Germany will provide relevant facilitation to support the trainer’s work including arrangement of the training venue, mobilizing the trainees and relevant fisheries based producer groups. In addition, VSF Germany will provide transport, both land and air, accommodation and food allowance at organization rates and commensurate to the number of days spent in the field.

8.0 REQUIREMENTS & EXPERIENCE

Education:

Bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Medicine from a recognized institution

Experience:

Proven experience, with at least 10 years’ experience conducting animal health trainings and extension service delivery**

How to apply:

How to Apply

Technical proposals should include the following:

· Profile of the trainer

· Overview of the assignment as you understand it

· The approach(es), detailed methodology, work plan, a list of the relevant training materials required for each of the locations and itinerary for the assignment

· A comprehensive budget covering professional fees and expenses related to carrying out the assignment. This should be presented in separate sheets for each location with location clearly marked

· Detailed activity timeline for undertaking the assignment. This should be presented in separate sheets for each location with location clearly marked

Interested parties should submit their proposals by 5.00 pm Monday 21st February 2022 to HR & Administration, VSF Germany, via Email: juba@vsfg.org or recruitment@vsfg.org.

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