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Head of Network Development

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Jul 292021
 

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Countries: Bangladesh, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Guatemala, India, Kenya, Pakistan, Philippines, Senegal, Somalia, South Sudan
Organization: Start Network
Closing date: 22 Aug 2021

START NETWORK

The Start Network is made up of more than 50 aid agencies across five continents. Together, our aim is to transform humanitarian action through innovation, fast funding, early action, and locally driven humanitarian action. We’re tackling what we believe are the biggest systemic problems that the sector faces. Problems including slow and reactive funding, centralised decision-making, and an aversion to change mean that people affected by crises around the world do not receive the best help fast enough, and needless suffering results. Our work focuses on responding to these problems. This includes shifting power closer to where crises happen, providing fast, early and predictable function and sharing learning and innovative ways of working.

The Start Network is at a critical point in its journey. We have grown and diversified our membership over the past 10 years. We are now set to evolve into a decentralised “network of networks” by 2025 in line with our vision and principles. We are currently working with five national and regional networks (called hubs) made up of predominantly civil society organisations in Pakistan, DRC, Guatemala, India and the Pacific. They are developing locally owned ways of anticipating and responding to humanitarian crises. We aim to support the emergence and development of further hubs in the coming years. Our ultimate ambition is to devolve leadership, membership, programming, and decision making to the hubs, while the central team transitions to become a service provider.

We are currently exploring moving from a UK-based team to a more globally dispersed team, to increase diversity, and ensure we are representative of the communities we serve. Therefore, the post will be based outside the UK, and we are actively seeking to recruit within our countries of operation (DRC, Bangladesh, Guatemala, India, Pakistan, Senegal, Somalia, Kenya, South Sudan and the Philippines). For these locations, the recruited staff member will be hosted by one of our member organisations or using a third-party host.**

Start Network is committed to protecting people, particularly children, at-risk adults and affected populations from any harm that may be caused due to their encountering the Start Network as well as responding effectively should any harm occur. We are also committed to safeguarding staff from any forms of bullying, harassment, sexual harassment, discrimination, and abuse of power as outlined in the Dignity at Work policy.

Start Network embraces diversity, promotes equality of opportunity and eliminates unlawful discrimination. We are an equal opportunities employer and treat every application on merit alone. We particularly welcome applications from disabled, black, indigenous and people of colour (BIPOC), and LGBT+ and non-binary candidates. We offer a guaranteed interview scheme for disabled applicants who meet our essential selection criteria set out in the Skills section.

JOB PURPOSE

This leadership role will enable strategic thinking and design, influence diverse stakeholders, adapt agile ways of working and drive change in line with the vision of the network. You will enable the development of hubs, driving decentralised decision-making, devolving power, and enabling local hub leaders to meet their needs defined and owned by them. You will work with key stakeholder groups, primarily the hubs, to understand their support needs, then facilitate and coordinate that support working with the relevant team expertise, such as operations and communications. Longer-term, the aspiration is for the services to be peer-to-peer between hubs.

The role requires political awareness and sensitivity to different contexts. It requires using your position to support others to connect and influence. You will be great at building relationships with empathy and credibility. Listening and valuing diverse perspectives to build an inclusive team will be key to success.

SKILLS

● Politically aware and sensitive to the broader political context within which we operate

● Comfortable with ambiguity and enabling solutions to emerge from testing, learning, and iterating (this may include familiarity with agile and/or adaptive management techniques)

● Systems thinker with the ability to see the bigger picture

● Ability to build and maintain equitable partnerships across diverse organisations

● Ability to engage with and influence internal and external stakeholders at every level

● Broad understanding and knowledge of the dynamics of the humanitarian sector

● Empathetic leader with an ability to put yourselves in the position of those with less power

● Excellent verbal communication skills (in English) for managing relationships at a distance

● Creative thinker who is able to work with others to co-design solutions to complex problems

● Inspiring and motivating leader who is able to get the most out of team members

● Experience of managing a complex change, enabling others to lead aspects of the work (likely to be gained from experience in a similar role and/or 7+ years’ experience)

● Working knowledge in one or more of the hub languages (desirable)

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES

Strategic influence, planning and enabling

● Influence and advocate for locally driven humanitarian action, creating and holding space to support the emergence of hubs based on their aspirations, priorities and needs

● Facilitate, nurture, and maintain a mutual partnering process between the Start Network team and hubs

● Work with the hub leadership and Start Network team to create a culture of effective decision making, feedback and learning so that we can adapt support to emerging needs

● Connect hubs with the team to translate needs into services, products and tools that are user-centred and locally relevant

● Coordinate the delivery of hub support with other teams and/or other hubs acting as a key relationship holder and connector once hubs are up and running

● Support the transition of the team to becoming a service provider for hubs as part of a cross-organisational team supporting change

● Advise and help hubs to support their members through the due diligence process, working closely with the Due Diligence Manager

● Enable hubs to increase their engagement and voice in the Network to advance locally determined goals, working closely with the advocacy team

● Lead on the design, socialisation, and implementation of a transition plan for the network’s membership model leading to decentralisation, working with the Governance Manager

Team leadership and internal brokering

● Support the growth and development of team members, using mentoring and coaching techniques

● Work closely with Start Network teams to ensure that deliverables are in service of hubs

● Support and shape wider organisational change initiatives to deliver on our mission

● Work closely with colleagues who hold responsibility for membership and governance, ensuring integration of strategic plans across these functions

● Budget-holder for the Network Development budget, ensuring spend against the budget, reforecasting, and other budgetary responsibilities

● Drive strategic thinking and understanding across the team, Board and members around locally drive humanitarian action

● Actively participate in the Senior Management Team and other decision-making fora, Committees, and the Board

Start Network culture

● To carry out the responsibilities of the role in line with the Start Network Code of Conduct and with a commitment to safeguarding adults and children

● A commitment to the Start Network vision, principles, values and approach

● The Start Network team is an agile group of individuals who use their experience and skills across the network, so flexibility to work in and with different teams and functions is part of our culture

PERSON PROFILE

● Extend trust-building in others by giving them opportunities to lead, the chance to share their perspective and safe space to discuss lessons learnt

● Influence stakeholders to address difficult or complex issues by listening to diverse perspectives, finding common ground and avoiding criticism or complaint

● Generate and support implementation of ideas that have impact at organisational, network and/or humanitarian systems-level by promoting these ideas to relevant internal and external stakeholders

● Enable the Network to develop in a way that embraces diversity and creates space for local and national agencies to gain power by driving the vision, mission and purpose and defending it against those who do not support it

● Identify areas of hidden conflict and work with others to resolve them by showing empathy, avoiding defensiveness, listening to feedback and establishing credibility

● Inspire and motivate others by creating passion around our vision and focus, connecting with humility and empathy, and showing openness and resilience

● Promote a culture that learns and iterates, sharing evidence across the organisation and network by enabling others to establish rhythms and shared spaces

● Set strategic direction and clarity of vision, purpose and culture, enabling space for the team, members, Hubs and other stakeholders to shape the journey

● Work flexibly with teams and hubs in order to have some overlap with UK time zones.

How to apply:

We work with Applied, an online recruitment platform designed to allow teams to measure candidates on what actually matters. Rather than relying on CVs and cover letters, Applied allows you to demonstrate your skills and abilities through answering questions which are blind- reviewed by our team to avoid bias.

If you have any questions or need support with your application, please email us using peopleandculture@startnetwork.org.

Please submit your application by following this link: https://app.beapplied.com/apply/gmxstjzbak

Closing date: Sunday 22nd August 23.59 GMT

Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis, so please apply early where possible

Any offer of employment is subject to relevant checks. Please refer to our privacy statement and candidate privacy notice regarding treatment of your data.

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Mental Health & Disability Specialist

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Jul 272021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Montrose
Closing date: 24 Aug 2021

MONTROSE is an international development project management and consultancy company providing support to clients operating in the developing world. Specialised in the sectors of health, education, rural livelihoods and private sector development, our clients include bilateral and multilateral development agencies, the private sector, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and other development stakeholders.

Background

The Health Pooled Fund began its third phase (HPF3) in July 2018 and is supported to run until 2023 by the British Government’s Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), the Government of Canada, the Swedish International Development and Cooperation Agency (SIDA), United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI) and the European Union (EU). A consortium led by Crown Agents and including Montrose is responsible for managing and implementing HPF3.

HPF3 supports delivery of community level essential primary health care, secondary health care and referral health services, stabilisation of local health systems, and procurement and supply chain management of essential medical commodities. HPF3 supports services in eight out of 10 states of South Sudan: Eastern Equatoria, Central Equatoria, Western Equatoria, Northern Bahr el Ghazal, Western Bahr el Ghazal, Warrap, Unity, and Lakes.

The programme will improve the health and wellbeing of the population through increased coverage, access and utilisation of quality lifesaving health, sexual and reproductive health and nutrition services under the following five outputs:

Output 1: Delivery and increased availability/readiness of quality health services at facilities.

Output 2: Community level interventions that increase awareness, prevention and treatment of common conditions.

Output 3: Availability of safe, effective and quality essential medicines and supplies.

Output 4: Stable health systems that enhance accountability and responsive to the needs of the people.

Output 5: Funds and processes that are efficient, effective, inclusive and offer value for money.

Position summary

The Mental Health & Disability Specialist will lead specific actions across all counties in eight states to integrate mental health and disability equality throughout both service delivery and in communities – targeting institutional change and whole community transformation. This will include leading the process of technical support to the implementing partners and monitoring the impact of this response on mental health outcomes. The Mental Health & Disability Specialist will also support the institutionalisation of mental health and disabilities into relevant Ministry of Health (MoH) planning and operations. This role will include a core focus on the protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA) and safeguarding.

Specific roles and responsibilities

· Review, amend and implement the current Gender and Social Inclusion (GESI) strategy (with support from the GBV & Protection Specialist on GBV in particular) and plan for HPF3 that maps out areas of intervention in the eight states and builds on the achievements from HPF2. This includes mainstreaming mental health and disability interventions across the entire HPF3 programme.

  • Draft and then implement a clear mental healthcare strategy and workplan which includes policies and protocols to guide the HPF3 programme and implementing partners’ (IP) work to ensure that mental health issues are addressed and mainstreamed through all IP activities.
  • Oversee implementation and integration of mental health, disability and PSEA interventions as laid out in the revised GESI strategy. Ensure safeguarding is mainstreamed across interventions.
  • Develop systems and indicators to monitor the availability, utilisation, and quality of mental health services, in collaboration with the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) team.
  • Prepare a capacity building plan on mhGAP for the facilities supported by HPF.
  • Conduct capacity building on mhGAP for the HPF supported hospitals through a series of support activities based on assessment findings and identify gaps for training and capacity building in mental health for health workers and IPs.
  • Develop and implement a Training of Trainers (ToT) for the health workers from the various locations supported by HPF3 and conduct follow up including provision of mental health management and monitoring guidelines
  • Advise on best practices and innovative approaches to improve availability, utilisation, and quality of mental health services.
  • Lead the advocacy and awareness component for mental health and disability (in collaboration with the Community Engagement team).
  • Engage with key stakeholders especially MoH, Ministry of Gender and Social Welfare, and UNFPA to identify gaps and develop relevant materials for addressing mental health and disability issues within the health sector.
  • Engage with the MoH and the health cluster on mainstreaming of activities pertaining to safeguarding, disability, mental health and PSEA.
  • Engage with MoH and other stakeholders through the technical working groups to ensure key policy frameworks and strategies take into account the needs of people living with disability and excluded groups.
  • Identify areas for short-term technical assistance (STTA), draft Terms of Reference for STTAs, support and monitor STTA activities throughout the duration of the engagement of the STTA.
  • Provide comprehensive analysis and timely updates for inclusion in HPF reports, including but not limited to the monthly/quarterly/annual reports and provide technical responses to questions from stakeholders.
  • Provide technical support and guidance to IPs to carry out mental health, disability and PSEA interventions as per their work plans and budgets, and to mainstream safeguarding throughout their delivery.
  • Build capacity of implementing partners through training and mentorship.
  • Develop tools including job aids, information and education communication materials, handbooks for the IPs to support in implementing mental health and disability interventions.
  • Conduct field visits to the counties to provide technical support to the disability and social inclusion interventions on the ground.
  • Support integration of safeguarding, mental health & disability in other programme areas such as human resources for health, maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH), the Expanded Programme on Immunisation (EPI), family planning, nutrition, infection prevention and control/water, sanitation and hygiene (IPC/WASH), and community engagement health services.
  • Coordinate with county health departments to ensure that IP community interventions reach out to persons with disabilities and other excluded groups.
  • Work with the M&E team to develop/review/update mental health & disability indicators.
  • Regularly review achievements of mental health and disability indicators against log-frame targets and present the findings to the HPF team and during meetings with stakeholders.
  • Develop M&E tools for the IPs to support in monitoring mental health and disability interventions.
  • Work with the HPF M&E and contracts team to support IPs in effectively monitoring, reporting and spending on mental health and disability interventions. This includes both quantitative and qualitative data collection, analysis and report writing.
  • Review and provide feedback on the IP quarterly progress reports.
  • Work with M&E team and Operational Research Manager to identify subject areas in mental health and disability for further study and analysis.
  • Advise on best practices to improve the quality of mental health and disability services, capture stories, document and share lessons learned.
  • Any other tasks or responsibilities based on organisational or programming needs as assigned by the line manager.

Essential skills and qualifications

  • Master’s degree in disability, social inclusion, human rights, protection or related studies. **
  • At least 10 years’ experience in mental health, disability, or social inclusion.
  • Familiarity with the Humanitarian Intervention Guide (mhGAP HIG) guideline.
  • High standard of technical writing in English with experience of drafting reports, technical bulletins, and policy briefs.
  • Good knowledge of technical delivery of health sector programmes.
  • Knowledge of the development sector is essential, and knowledge of the health sector is advantageous.
  • Proven experience of working with the donors that fund HPF, specifically FCDO, SIDA, Canadian Government, USAID, EU and UN agencies.
  • Familiar with implementation of activities and the challenges of working in a context such as South Sudan.
  • Strong communication skills and cultural awareness.
  • Preferably already based in South Sudan due to travel restrictions.

How to apply:

If you meet the above qualifications and are interested in this opportunity, please submit your application Here before 24 August 2021. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until a suitable candidate is identified. Please note that this position is desk-based in Juba, South Sudan.

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Registered midwife – Health Specialist

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Jul 272021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Montrose
Closing date: 24 Aug 2021

MONTROSE is an international development project management and consultancy company providing support to clients operating in the developing world. Specialised in the sectors of health, education, rural livelihoods and private sector development, our clients include bilateral and multilateral development agencies, the private sector, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and other development stakeholders.

Background

The Health Pooled Fund began its third phase (HPF3) in July 2018 and is supported to run until 2023 by the British Government’s Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), the Government of Canada, the Swedish International Development and Cooperation Agency (SIDA), United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI) and the European Union (EU). A consortium led by Crown Agents and including Montrose is responsible for managing and implementing HPF3.

HPF3 supports delivery of community level essential primary health care, secondary health care and referral health services, stabilisation of local health systems, and procurement and supply chain management of essential medical commodities. HPF3 supports services in eight out of 10 states of South Sudan: Eastern Equatoria, Central Equatoria, Western Equatoria, Northern Bahr el Ghazal, Western Bahr el Ghazal, Warrap, Unity, and Lakes.

The programme will improve the health and wellbeing of the population through increased coverage, access and utilisation of quality lifesaving health, sexual and reproductive health and nutrition services under the following five outputs:

Output 1: Delivery and increased availability/readiness of quality health services at facilities.

Output 2: Community level interventions that increase awareness, prevention and treatment of common conditions.

Output 3: Availability of safe, effective and quality essential medicines and supplies.

Output 4: Stable health systems that enhance accountability and responsive to the needs of the people.

Output 5: Funds and processes that are efficient, effective, inclusive and offer value for money.

Position summary

The Health Specialist will work across all implementing partners (IPs) and HPF team collaboratively in order to achieve the programme’s objectives and outcomes.

Specific roles and responsibilities

  • Take overall responsibility for the IP quality improvement dashboard for Output 1 and ensure timely uploading and analysis of results per IP.
  • Identify urgent technical gaps and training needs in relation to technical standards and protocols for the delivery of key health services and verify their adoption and uniform application across the programme, in collaboration with IPs.
  • Verify relevant tools, guidelines, manuals and other documentation used by the IPs.
  • Regularly review achievements of the programme against indicators and logframe targets and then present the findings to the HPF team and stakeholders.
  • Attend all IP review meetings (monthly and quarterly) and implement all relevant action points.
  • Work with the other health specialists to ensure learning and sharing across the IPs supported by HPF3.
  • Review and provide complete and comprehensive feedback on the IP costed work plan, IP quarterly and annual progress reports, risk registers and IP spending.
  • Draft relevant sections of the HPF3 monthly, quarterly and annual reports.
  • Work with MEL team and operational research manager to identify subject areas in health for further study and analysis and advise on best practices to improve the quality of health service delivery, capture stories, document and share lessons learned.
  • Review emergency response applications from IPs, provide on-time and comprehensive feedback, monitor implementation progress and agree on mitigation measures with the IP.
  • Any other tasks or responsibilities based on organisational or programming needs as assigned by the line manager.

Essential skills and qualifications

  • Diploma as a registered midwife.
  • Masters qualification in international public health would be an advantage.
  • High standard of technical writing with experience of drafting reports, technical bulletins, policy briefs.
  • Extensive experience with implementation of activities and the challenges of working in the South Sudanese context.
  • At least 5 years’ experience post-graduation.
  • Hold South Sudanese citizenship

How to apply:

If you meet the above qualifications and are interested in this opportunity, please submit your application Here before 24 August 2021. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until a suitable candidate is identified. Please note that this position is desk-based in Juba, South Sudan.

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Clinical Officer – Health Specialist

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Jul 272021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Montrose
Closing date: 24 Aug 2021

MONTROSE is an international development project management and consultancy company providing support to clients operating in the developing world. Specialised in the sectors of health, education, rural livelihoods and private sector development, our clients include bilateral and multilateral development agencies, the private sector, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and other development stakeholders.

Background

The Health Pooled Fund began its third phase (HPF3) in July 2018 and is supported to run until 2023 by the British Government’s Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), the Government of Canada, the Swedish International Development and Cooperation Agency (SIDA), United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI) and the European Union (EU). A consortium led by Crown Agents and including Montrose is responsible for managing and implementing HPF3.

HPF3 supports delivery of community level essential primary health care, secondary health care and referral health services, stabilisation of local health systems, and procurement and supply chain management of essential medical commodities. HPF3 supports services in eight out of 10 states of South Sudan: Eastern Equatoria, Central Equatoria, Western Equatoria, Northern Bahr el Ghazal, Western Bahr el Ghazal, Warrap, Unity, and Lakes.

The programme will improve the health and wellbeing of the population through increased coverage, access and utilisation of quality lifesaving health, sexual and reproductive health and nutrition services under the following five outputs:

Output 1: Delivery and increased availability/readiness of quality health services at facilities.

Output 2: Community level interventions that increase awareness, prevention and treatment of common conditions.

Output 3: Availability of safe, effective and quality essential medicines and supplies.

Output 4: Stable health systems that enhance accountability and responsive to the needs of the people.

Output 5: Funds and processes that are efficient, effective, inclusive and offer value for money.

Position summary

The Health Specialist will work across all implementing partners (IPs) and HPF team collaboratively in order to achieve the programme’s objectives and outcomes.

Specific roles and responsibilities

  • Take overall responsibility for the IP quality improvement dashboard for Output 1 and ensure timely uploading and analysis of results per IP.
  • Identify urgent technical gaps and training needs in relation to technical standards and protocols for the delivery of key health services and verify their adoption and uniform application across the programme, in collaboration with IPs.
  • Verify relevant tools, guidelines, manuals and other documentation used by the IPs.
  • Regularly review achievements of the programme against indicators and logframe targets and then present the findings to the HPF team and stakeholders.
  • Attend all IP review meetings (monthly and quarterly) and implement all relevant action points.
  • Work with the other health specialists to ensure learning and sharing across the IPs supported by HPF3.
  • Review and provide complete and comprehensive feedback on the IP costed work plan, IP quarterly and annual progress reports, risk registers and IP spending.
  • Draft relevant sections of the HPF3 monthly, quarterly and annual reports.
  • Work with MEL team and operational research manager to identify subject areas in health for further study and analysis and advise on best practices to improve the quality of health service delivery, capture stories, document and share lessons learned.
  • Review emergency response applications from IPs, provide on-time and comprehensive feedback, monitor implementation progress and agree on mitigation measures with the IP.
  • Any other tasks or responsibilities based on organisational or programming needs as assigned by the line manager.

Essential skills and qualifications

  • Diploma as a clinical officer.
  • Masters qualification in international public health would be an advantage
  • High standard of technical writing with experience of drafting reports, technical bulletins, and policy briefs.
  • Extensive experience with implementation of activities and the challenges of working in the South Sudanese context.
  • At least 5 years’ experience post-graduation.
  • Hold South Sudanese citizenship.

How to apply:

If you meet the above qualifications and are interested in this opportunity, please submit your application Here before 24 August 2021. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until a suitable candidate is identified.

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Humanitarian Affairs Officer/Humanitarian Financing Unit (HFU) Manager, P4 (Temporary Job Opening)

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Jul 272021
 

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Countries: Nigeria, South Sudan
Organization: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Closing date: 6 Aug 2021

Org. Setting and Reporting

These positions are located in the Offices for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Maiduguri, Nigeria, and Juba, South Sudan. OCHA is the part of the United Nations Secretariat responsible for bringing together humanitarian actors to ensure a coherent response to emergencies. OCHA’s mission is to mobilize and coordinate effective and principled humanitarian action in partnership with national and international actors in order to alleviate human suffering in disasters and emergencies; advocate the rights of people in need; promote preparedness and prevention and facilitate sustainable solutions.
The Humanitarian Affairs Officer / Pooled Fund Manager will be responsible for the OCHA Humanitarian Financing Unit, providing support to the Humanitarian Coordinator (HC) in overseeing and managing the respective Humanitarian Fund (HF).
The Humanitarian Affairs Officer / Pooled Fund Manager reports to the Deputy Head of OCHA Nigeria or South Sudan Office respectively.

Responsibilities

Within the delegated authority, the Humanitarian Affairs Officer / Pooled Fund Manager and will be responsible for the following duties:
I. Fund Management and Coordination:
• Under the supervision of the Deputy HoO, advise the HC on the management of the respective Humanitarian Fund (HF) and CERF allocations;
• Manage the OCHA Humanitarian Financing Unit (HFU) where the HF is located;
• Manage and oversee fund allocation processes ensuring necessary coordination with relevant counterparts in line with the Terms of Reference and/or allocation guidelines (i.e. Review Committees, Advisory Boards, sector leads; humanitarian organizations; and OCHA);
• Manage the overall administration of the Fund and liaise as necessary with relevant OCHA HQ sections (i.e. OCHA Operations and Advocacy Division (OAD), OCHA Country-based Pooled Fund Section (CBPFS) and OCHA Administrative Services Branch (ASB), OCHA External Relations and Partnerships Section (ERPS).
• Monitor the implementation of Fund allocation strategies as endorsed by the HC, in consultation with OCHA Deputy HoO and HoO, promoting coherence between humanitarian needs and response;
• Lead in policy development, including the review and analysis of humanitarian financing and programming issues at the country level, ensuring proper coordination with the CBPFS;
• Ensure implementation and compliance with policies and standard guidelines in accordance with HC decisions and HQ guidance;
• Ensure proper communication and support during the allocation and other relevant processes to all stakeholders;
• Support fund recipient organisations throughout project life-cycle, promoting compliance with applicable rules in the Fund’s Operational Manual and other relevant governance documents;
• Liaise with contributing donors in and outside the country as necessary;
• Ensure coordination and information exchange with donors to promote coordinated and complementary use of funds (including CERF when appropriate);
• Represent the Fund to stakeholders (NGOs, UN Agencies, donors) and other external actors as required;
II. Financial management:
• Under the supervision and in support of the Deputy Head of Office, advises on financial management related to the Fund;
• Oversee recipient organizations’ compliance with applicable financial rules;
• Ensure that verification activities of fund recipients’ financial oversight are taking place according to the provision stated in the Operational Manual of the Fund;
• Oversee the yearly audits of NGOs and analysis of their results, to ensure compliance with financial rules and regulations and disseminate lessons learned;
III. Compliance and Risk Management:
• Advise the HC and the HoO and DHoO on risk management and risk mitigation;
• Oversee the development, update and implementation of the fund’s risk management framework;
• Ensure that grant agreements and supporting documents are accurate, consistent and in compliance with OCHA’s guidelines and the Fund’s Operating Manual;
• Ensure implementation and compliance with policies and standard guidelines in accordance with HC decisions and HQ guidance;
• Support fund recipient organizations throughout project life-cycle promoting compliance with applicable rules stated;
• Support the audit of the Fund by the Board of Auditors ensuring due consultation with relevant HQ sections;
• Activate, when needed, OCHA’s Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) on Suspected Fraud and Misuse of Funds;
• Activate, when needed, OCHA’s Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) on Response to Concerns of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse involving Implementing Partners of Country- based Pooled Funds.
IV. Monitoring, Reporting and Evaluation:
• Oversee the monitoring of the funded projects to promote the knowledge and appropriate use of the Fund in line with its Terms of Reference; field visits should focus engagement with key actors (e.g. OCHA field staff, fund recipient organizations, local officials, community representatives).
• Ensure compliance with monitoring and reporting requirements in place for the Fund;
• Ensure narrative and financial reporting compliance from the start to the closure of each project in line with the risk management framework;
• Oversee and ensure timely project reporting cycle, including the annual report of the Fund;
• Systematically provide information on project status to the HC, the HoO, donors and relevant governing bodies of the Fund;
• Support the preparation of evaluations, reviews and studies as requested by the HC and governing bodies ensuring due consultation with relevant HQ sections (CBPFS, CERF, APMB);
• Ensure timely upload of all relevant information and data in the Grant Management System (GMS) by the HFU staff, realizing the full potential of the digital Information Management system developed by OCHA pooled funds.
V.Analysis, communications and public information:
•Oversee the development and update periodic analyses of humanitarian financing information, funding trends and requirements, gathering data from all relevant sources;
•Liaise with stakeholders aiming at the largest dissemination of information about the scope, the access and the allocation process of the Fund;
•In collaboration with relevant OCHA Office and OCHA HQ sections ensure appropriate dissemination of information about the Fund through different communication products (i.e. bulletins, feature stories, photographs/videos, websites, CBPF Annual Report etc.);
•Perform other duties as assigned by the OCHA Head of Office.
VI.Donors relations
•Strengthen relationship with current donors to ensure a consistent flow of information and timely reporting on OCHA’s activities and programme requirements;
•Develop key strategic partnerships with new donors to achieve a broader donor base for Country-Based Pooled Fund, the Humanitarian Response Plan and OCHA;
•Conduct and update periodic analyses of humanitarian financing information, funding trends and requirements, gathering data from all relevant sources;
•Support policy development, including the review and analysis of humanitarian issues at the country level, ensuring proper coordination with the Humanitarian Financing and Resource Mobilization Division;
•Ensure coordination and information exchange with other donors aiming to promote coordinated and complementary use of funds (including CERF when appropriate);

Competencies

PROFESSIONALISM: Sound knowledge of and exposure to a range of humanitarian assistance, emergency relief and related humanitarian issues, to include approaches and techniques to address difficult problems; conceptual and strategic analytical capacity and in particular the ability to analyze and articulate the humanitarian and protection dimension of issues which require a coordinated UN response; ability to identify issues and to use sound judgment in applying technical expertise to resolve a wide range of problems; ability to evaluate and integrate information from a variety of sources and assess impact on the humanitarian rights and protection situation in assigned country/area; ability to work under extreme pressure, on occasion in a highly stressful environment (e.g. civil strife, natural disasters and human misery); ability to provide guidance to new/junior staff; take responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work. Proven drafting skills. Knowledge of institutional mandates, policies and guidelines pertaining humanitarian assistance. Knowledge of the UN common system and NGOs, and commonly used computer applications including MS Word and Excel. Takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.
CLIENT ORIENTATION: Considers all those to whom services are provided to be “clients” and seeks to see things from clients’ point of view; establishes and maintains productive partnerships with clients by gaining their trust and respect; identifies clients’ needs and matches them to appropriate solutions; monitors ongoing developments inside and outside the clients’ environment to keep informed and anticipate problems; keeps clients informed of progress or setbacks in projects; meets timeline for delivery of products or services to client.
TEAMWORK: Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.

Education

An advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in humanitarian or development affairs, social sciences, public administration, international studies, economics or a related field, is required. A first-level university degree in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.

Work Experience

• A minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in humanitarian affairs, emergency preparedness, crisis/emergency relief management, rehabilitation, development, project management, budget management, or related area is required.
• Experience in humanitarian emergencies in the field is required.
• Experience in areas of direct and remote project management, project monitoring and evaluation is required.
• Experience in grants management and in the design of logical frameworks, including remote monitoring of humanitarian assistance is desirable.
• Experience in risk management and compliance is desirable.
• Experience working with capacity strengthening initiatives is desirable.
• Experience with the UN common system or equivalent international organization is desirable.
• Experience in the Africa continent is desirable.

Languages

English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post, fluency in English is required.

Assessment

Evaluation of qualified candidates may include an assessment exercise which may be followed by a competency-based interview.

Special Notice

The appointment/assignment is for the duration of 364 days, with the possibility of extension, subject to availability of funds and mandate extension. The selected candidate is expected to start as soon as possible.
• Please note that due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19 and the travel restrictions imposed by national authorities, selected candidates may be required to start the assignment/appointment remotely, in agreement with the hiring manager, and until further notice.
• Please note that the appointment/assignment of the successful candidate will be subject to visa issuance.
• A current staff member who holds a fixed-term, permanent or continuing appointment may apply for temporary positions no more than one level above his or her current grade. However, a current staff member who holds an appointment at the G-6 or G-7 level may also apply to temporary positions in the Professional category up to and including the P-3 level, subject to meeting all eligibility and other requirements for the position. A staff member holding a temporary appointment shall be regarded as an external candidate when applying for other positions, and may apply for other temporary positions at any level, subject to section 5.7 below and staff rule 4.16 (b) (ii). Therefore, a staff member holding a temporary appointment in the General Service or related categories may only apply to positions within those categories. For full information on eligibility requirements, please refer to section 5 of ST/AI/2010/4Rev.1 on Temporary Appointments. In its resolution 66/234, the General Assembly further “stressed that the Secretary-General should not recur to the practice of temporarily filling posts in the Professional and higher categories with General Service staff members who have not passed the General Service to Professional category examination other than on an exceptional basis, and requests the Secretary-General to ensure that temporary occupation of such posts by the General Service staff shall not exceed a period of one year, effective 1 January 2013…” Consequently, eligible candidates in the General Service or related categories for temporary job openings in the Professional category that have not passed the competitive examination may be selected only on an exceptional basis endorsed by the Office of Human Resources Management where no other suitable candidate could be identified.
• Upon separation from service, including, but not limited to, expiration or termination of, or resignation from, a fixed-term, continuing or permanent appointment, a former staff member will be ineligible for re-employment on the basis of a temporary appointment for a period of 31 days following the separation. In the case of separation from service on retirement, a former staff member will be ineligible for re-employment for a period of three months following the separation. This equally applies, mutatis mutandis, with respect to a former or current staff member who has held or holds an appointment in another entity applying the United Nations Staff Regulations and Rules and who applies for a temporary position with the Secretariat.
• Retirees above the mandatory age of separation who wish to be considered for the current temporary job opening must indicate the reason for their last separation as “retirement.” Such retirees shall not be employed by the Organization, unless (a) the operational requirements of the Organization cannot be met by staff members who are qualified and available to perform the required functions; and (b) the proposed employment would not adversely affect the career development or redeployment opportunities of other staff members and represents both a cost-effective and operationally sound solution to meet the needs of the service.
• Subject to the funding source of the position, this temporary job opening may be limited to candidates based at the duty station.
• While this temporary assignment may provide the successful applicant with an opportunity to gain new work experience, the selection for this position is for a limited period and has no bearing on the future incumbency of the post. An external candidate selected for this position is bound by the prevailing condition of the staff selection system under ST/AI/2010/3, as amended, and ST/AI/2010/4/Rev.1. A staff member holding a temporary appointment who is recruited in the Professional and above categories on a temporary appointment, and placed on a position authorized for one year or longer may not apply for or be reappointed to his/her current position within six months of the end of his/her current service. This provision does not apply to staff members holding temporary appointments and placed on positions authorized for one year or more in duty stations authorized for peacekeeping operations or special political missions.
• The expression “Internal candidates”, shall mean staff members who have been recruited after a competitive examination under staff rule 4.16 or after the advice of a central review body under staff rule 4.15.
• Please note that candidates will be required to meet the requirements of Article 101, paragraph 3, of the Charter as well as the requirements of the position. The United Nations is committed to the highest standards of efficiency, competence and integrity for all its human resources, including but not limited to respect for international human rights and humanitarian law. Candidates may be subject to screening against these standards, including but not limited to whether they have committed, or are alleged to have committed criminal offences and/or violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law.
• For information on special post allowance, please refer to ST/AI/1999/17. For more details on the administration of temporary appointments please refer to ST/AI/2010/4/Rev.1.
• The Staff Regulations, Staff Rules and administrative issuances governing staff appointments can be viewed at: http://www.un.org/hr_handbook/English
• Staff members of the United Nations common system organizations who will reach the mandatory age of separation or retirement within the duration of the current temporary need period are not eligible to apply.
• Staff members are not eligible to apply for the current temporary job opening if they are unable to serve the specified duration of temporary need before reaching the mandatory age of separation. Submitting an application or selection for the current temporary job opening does not delay or increase the mandatory age of separation.
IMPORTANT: Candidates found suitable and not selected for the announced duty station, may be selected for deployment to other duty stations. The selection will be for similar functions with similar requirements at the same level.

United Nations Considerations

According to article 101, paragraph 3, of the Charter of the United Nations, the paramount consideration in the employment of the staff is the necessity of securing the highest standards of efficiency, competence, and integrity. Candidates will not be considered for employment with the United Nations if they have committed violations of international human rights law, violations of international humanitarian law, sexual exploitation, sexual abuse, or sexual harassment, or if there are reasonable grounds to believe that they have been involved in the commission of any of these acts. The term “sexual exploitation” means any actual or attempted abuse of a position of vulnerability, differential power, or trust, for sexual purposes, including, but not limited to, profiting monetarily, socially or politically from the sexual exploitation of another. The term “sexual abuse” means the actual or threatened physical intrusion of a sexual nature, whether by force or under unequal or coercive conditions. The term “sexual harassment” means any unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature that might reasonably be expected or be perceived to cause offence or humiliation, when such conduct interferes with work, is made a condition of employment or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment, and when the gravity of the conduct warrants the termination of the perpetrator’s working relationship. Candidates who have committed crimes other than minor traffic offences may not be considered for employment.

Due regard will be paid to the importance of recruiting the staff on as wide a geographical basis as possible. The United Nations places no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. The United Nations Secretariat is a non-smoking environment.

The paramount consideration in the appointment, transfer, or promotion of staff shall be the necessity of securing the highest standards of efficiency, competence, and integrity. By accepting an offer of appointment, United Nations staff members are subject to the authority of the Secretary-General and assignment by him or her to any activities or offices of the United Nations in accordance with staff regulation 1.2 (c). In this context, all internationally recruited staff members shall be required to move periodically to discharge new functions within or across duty stations under conditions established by the Secretary-General.

Applicants are urged to follow carefully all instructions available in the online recruitment platform, inspira. For more detailed guidance, applicants may refer to the Manual for the Applicant, which can be accessed by clicking on “Manuals” hyper-link on the upper right side of the inspira account-holder homepage.

The evaluation of applicants will be conducted on the basis of the information submitted in the application according to the evaluation criteria of the job opening and the applicable internal legislations of the United Nations including the Charter of the United Nations, resolutions of the General Assembly, the Staff Regulations and Rules, administrative issuances and guidelines. Applicants must provide complete and accurate information pertaining to their personal profile and qualifications according to the instructions provided in inspira to be considered for the current job opening. No amendment, addition, deletion, revision or modification shall be made to applications that have been submitted. Candidates under serious consideration for selection will be subject to reference checks to verify the information provided in the application.

Job openings advertised on the Careers Portal will be removed at 11:59 p.m. (New York time) on the deadline date.

No Fee

THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, OR TRAINING). THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CONCERN ITSELF WITH INFORMATION ON APPLICANTS’ BANK ACCOUNTS.

How to apply:

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Duty of Care Framework Development

 FULL TIME, Recursos Humanos  Comments Off on Duty of Care Framework Development
Jul 222021
 

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Countries: Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Sudan, United States of America
Organization: Invisible Children
Closing date: 30 Jul 2021

1. Background

Invisible Children is an international non-governmental organization working to prevent violent conflict and build safer lives. It is based in Washington, D.C. with offices in the Democratic Republic of Congo, The Central African Republic and South Sudan and works with civil society, international organizations, and especially with central African communities directly affected by armed group violence to develop locally led violence prevention strategies, reunite families affected by conflict, and provide world-class conflict analysis.

In our country programs we work in partnership with local organizations to support vulnerable population (women, youth and community groups) in their efforts to build peace and respond to the impact of the war, by identifying and addressing safety and peace-building needs that are specific to different communities. Invisible Children is particularly focused on understanding and addressing the relationships between gender, peace and security across a range of contexts to inform peacebuilding policy and programming.

Invisible Children and our partners often work with highly vulnerable individuals and therefore it is essential that staff and partner capacity is backed up by a strong duty of care framework) that could be caused through the delivery of programs or interventions.

In order to ensure we are meeting our due diligence toward Invisible Children and partner staff, as well as project participants in the communities in which we work, Invisible Children is seeking to develop a duty of care framework to enable us to integrate safety and security consistently in our approach and ways of working.

2. Objectives of the assignment

· To produce a Duty of Care framework which enables Invisible Children to address safety and security coupled with early assessment of risks associated with different environments allows for the development of appropriate safety and security measures.

· Produce a package that integrates security awareness and preparedness into global operations and project implementation. The pack should include a manual that can be used both internally and externally by staff and partners with minimal adaptation for context.

· To produce a ToT training pack and facilitator’s manual to be used by Security focal points in country offices.

· To provide to the staff with an overview of safety and security, the framework used for assessing risk, guidance for planning appropriate security and managing risks, and specific resources available to assist in the process.

· include information about situations staff might encounter and guidelines and best practices for managing risk on topics ranging from site selection to natural disasters to travel security (most likely DRC, CAR, Sudan and South Sudan).

3. Tasks

Based on the consultants’ experience, knowledge of best practices, and the sector’s new guidance and requirements, the consultant(s) will:

· Conduct a desk review of current safety and security and related policies, mechanisms and training materials and advise Invisible Children on areas for improvement to its current policies and guidelines.

· Gather information (via documents or interviews with country and HQ staff and partners) to understand our model of working, contexts and type of work we support.

· Develop a duty of care framework and training pack manual that can be used for staff and partners with minimal adaptation for context (including a facilitator’s guide, power point slides, case studies for discussion, etc.)

· Produce a ToT training pack and manual for security focal points in country offices (including how to conduct training for adult learners, areas where contextual adaptation is key and tips on adaptation).

· Lead in the development of recommended plans and guidelines for handling safety and security matters.

· Develop a final report with recommendations on staff and partner training frequency, refresher training, and further capacity development that may be needed based on observations and field visits.

4. Timeframe

The deliverables should be completed by September 10, 2021. Below is a tentative timeline highlighting the ideal time requirements, excluding travel time, however alternative time requirements can be proposed with justification.

Approximate time requirement

Activity

0.5 day

Initial briefing meeting with Invisible Children

1 day

Reading Invisible Children’s policies and the sector’s existing guidance, documentation and resources, as well as interviews with key staff and reading of key documents to understand our working models, type of programming we support and contexts in which we work.

1 day

Interviewing staff and partners in country 1

1 day

Interviewing staff and partners in country 2

10 days

Developing Duty of care framework, policies and training package

0.5 day

Feedback meeting with Invisible Children.

5. Confidentiality and authorship

Invisible Children will have exclusive ownership of all information generated by this consultancy. The consultant(s) may pass the information on to other parties in specific instances if Invisible Children agrees to this in advance. The consultant(s) will treat as confidential all information provided by Invisible Children about its work as part of this consultancy.

6. Management of consultant

The consultant(s) will work under the supervision of the Global Director of Operations and Compliance.

7. Person Specification Essential

· Availability for an estimated 15 days in August – September 2021.

· Experience working on situational Awareness, Safety and Security Guidance, In-country Security Management Plan, In-country Emergency Action Plan, In-country Monitoring and Briefings; Extreme-risk Country Pre-deployment Consultation in development and conflict-affected settings.

· Experience of supporting the strengthening of staff/partners’ capacities on security and safety and developing training packages.

· Excellent grasp of current best practices in terms of solutions for the humanitarian aid and development community.

· Experience in both home office and field-based leaders, as well as staff and support staff to build the knowledge and skills needed to meet duty of care, capacity building, and organizational resiliency and crisis management needs.

· Ability to write succinct, high-quality training manuals in excellent English to a tight deadline.

How to apply:

Interested candidates should submit:

· A short (maximum 5 pages) expression of interest outlining relevant experience and suitability for the consultancy and the methodology the consultant(s) would use for the assignment.

· CV

· Contact details for two referees

· An indicative budget covering daily rate(s) in US dollars.

Applications from a team of consultants are also welcome.

The above should be sent to jobs@invisiblechildren.com. **
The closing date for applications is July 30, 2021.**

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Safeguarding Framework Development

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Jul 222021
 

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Countries: Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Sudan, United States of America
Organization: Invisible Children
Closing date: 30 Jul 2021

1. Background

Invisible Children is an international non-governmental organization working to prevent violent conflict and build safer lives. It is based in Washington, D.C. with offices in the Democratic Republic of Congo, The Central African Republic and South Sudan and works with civil society, international organizations, and especially with central African communities directly affected by armed group violence to develop locally led violence prevention strategies, reunite families affected by conflict, and provide world-class conflict analysis.

In our country programmes we work in partnership with local organizations to support vulnerable population (women, youth and community groups) in their efforts to build peace and respond to the impact of the war, by identifying and addressing safety and peace-building needs that are specific to different communities. Invisible Children is particularly focused on understanding and addressing the relationships between gender, peace and security across a range of contexts to inform peacebuilding policy and programming.

Invisible Children and our partners often work with highly vulnerable individuals and therefore it is essential that staff and partner capacity is strengthened to safeguard against harm (intentional or non-intentional) that could be caused through the delivery of programmes or interventions.

In order to ensure we are meeting our duty of care toward Invisible Children and partner staff, as well as project participants in the communities in which we work, Invisible Children is seeking to develop a safeguarding framework to enable us to integrate safeguarding consistently in our approach and ways of working.

2. Objectives of the assignment

· To produce a Safeguarding framework which enables Invisible Children to address power dynamics and gender within our staff and partners in a self-reflective way, in order to change attitudes, build and strengthen a culture that prevents and reduces prevalence of abuse and inform on the consequences of abuse. The pack should include a manual that can be used both internally and externally by staff and partners with minimal adaptation for context.

· To produce a ToT training pack and facilitator’s manual to be used by Safeguarding focal points in country offices.

· To develop contextualized complaint mechanisms for community members and partners in several different contexts (most likely DRC, CAR, Sudan and South Sudan but this will be confirmed prior to commencement) through participatory methods and ensuring partners and stakeholders’ support and involvement.

3. Tasks

Based on the consultants’ experience, knowledge of best practices, and the sector’s new guidance and requirements, the consultant(s) will:

· Conduct a desk review of current safeguarding and related policies, complaint mechanisms and training materials and advise Invisible Children on areas for improvement to its current policies and guidelines.

· Gather information (via documents or interviews with country and HQ staff and partners) to understand our model of working, contexts and type of work we support.

· Develop a safeguarding framework and training pack manual that can be used for staff and partners with minimal adaptation for context (including a facilitator’s guide, power point slides, case studies for discussion, etc.)

· Produce a ToT training pack and manual for safeguarding focal points in country offices (including how to conduct training for adult learners, areas where contextual adaptation is key and tips on adaptation).

· Lead in the development of contextualized complaint mechanisms for community members and partners in a few contexts- most likely DRC, CAR Sudan and South Sudan, which can be adapted to other similar contexts.

· Develop a final report with recommendations on staff and partner training frequency, refresher training, and further capacity development that may be needed based on observations and field visits.

4. Timeframe

The deliverables should be completed by September 10, 2021. Below is a tentative timeline highlighting the ideal time requirements, excluding travel time, however alternative time requirements can be proposed with justification.

Approximate time requirement

Activity

0.5 days

Initial briefing meeting with Invisible Children

3 days

Reading Invisible Children’s policies and the sector’s existing guidance, documentation and resources, as well as interviews with key staff and reading of key documents to understand our working models, type of programming we support and contexts in which we work.

3 days

Interviewing staff and partners in country 1

3 days

Interviewing staff and partners in country 2

10 days

Developing Framework and training package

3 days

Developing complaints mechanism and draft plan for pilot.

0.5 days

Feedback meeting with Invisible Children.

5. Confidentiality and authorship

Invisible Children will have exclusive ownership of all information generated by this consultancy. The consultant(s) may pass the information on to other parties in specific instances if Invisible Children agrees to this in advance. The consultant(s) will treat as confidential all information provided by Invisible Children about its work as part of this consultancy.

6. Management of consultant

The consultant(s) will work under the supervision of the Global Director of Operations and Compliance.

7. Person specification Essential

· Availability for an estimated 23 days in August – September 2021.

· Experience working on child protection or safeguarding, gender, GBV and women’s rights in development and conflict-affected settings.

· Experience of community programming and work in partnership with local organizations to affect change (preferably in conflict affected contexts).

· Experience of supporting the strengthening of staff/partners’ capacities on safeguarding and developing training packages and activities.

· Excellent grasp of current best practices in terms of safeguarding.

· Understanding of safeguarding in the context of conducting research and research- related activities in programs (assessments, etc.).

· Ability to write succinct, high-quality training manuals in excellent English to a tight deadline.

8. Application procedure

Interested candidates should submit:

· A short (maximum 5 pages) expression of interest outlining relevant experience and suitability for the consultancy and the methodology the consultant(s) would use for the assignment.

· CV

· Contact details for two referees

· An indicative budget covering daily rate(s) in US dollars.

Applications from a team of consultants are also welcome.

The above should be sent to jobs@invisiblechildren.com. **
The closing date for applications is July 30, 2021.**

How to apply:

Interested candidates should submit:

· A short (maximum 5 pages) expression of interest outlining relevant experience and suitability for the consultancy and the methodology the consultant(s) would use for the assignment.

· CV

· Contact details for two referees

· An indicative budget covering daily rate(s) in US dollars.

Applications from a team of consultants are also welcome.

The above should be sent to jobs@invisiblechildren.com. **
The closing date for applications is July 30, 2021.**

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Head of Grants and Fundraising (HoGF)

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Jul 172021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: BRAC
Closing date: 6 Aug 2021

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

SUMMARY

Job Title

Head of Grants and Fundraising (HoGF)

Job Type

Local/National Contract

Department

Fundraising and Grants

Supervisor

Country Director

Supervisees

Fundraising Officer, Grant Officer **

Duty Station

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

Experience Level

At least a decade of experience in grants and fundraising

Key Relationships

Deputy Country Director, Head of Operations, Head of Finance, Heads of Area Offices, Program Managers and Technical Advisors, BI Staff (Regional & HQ)

About BRAC South Sudan

BRAC South Sudan is legally registered with the government of the Republic of South Sudan as a branch of Stitching BRAC International. Since its inception in 2006, BRAC South Sudan has implemented various programs in education, youth empowerment, agriculture, food security and livelihoods, health, emergency response and microfinance. In 2017, BRAC South Sudan down-scaled its operations as a result of the heightened conflict, and in 2019 began to re-open operations in South Sudan, with a programmatic focus on education, health, youth empowerment, agriculture and livelihoods, water and sanitation, and climate change. BRAC South Sudan is currently working in the four states of Eastern Equatoria, Central Equatoria, Western Equatoria and Northern Bahr el Ghazal and is preparing to expand into additional states.

Job Summary

The Head of Grants and Fundraising (HoGF) supports the strategic and operational stewardship over donor resources by applying a set of relevant systems, policies, procedures and tools to ensure that grants and contracts are donor compliant and best serve the organizational mission. The HoGF manages the country fundraising efforts to identify donor trends, lead in the development of a funding strategy for the organization, facilitate structured donor engagement and manage good relations with a growing portfolio of existing and new donors, with a view to building and maintaining a healthy pipeline of funding opportunities, track and identify donor opportunities and lead in the design and development of high quality proposals for large, competitive funding opportunities. In addition, on an interim basis the HoGF is responsible for communications-related activities in support of the program and senior management teams. This role will work closely with all Country Office departments on strategy development, donor engagement, proposal development and design, writing, financial and narrative reporting, monitoring and analysis, procurement and compliance processes. In the event of a major humanitarian emergency, the role holder will be expected to work outside the normal role profile and be able to vary working hours accordingly.

Principal Roles of the HoGF Role

Grant management and donor compliance

● Participates in Global Grant Management community of practice calls and trainings on behalf of Country Office and applies relevant information and learning internally

● Work with Director of Grant Management to diagnose capacity building needs for Country Office in grant management and implement action plans to address

● Actively engage with BRAC International Director of Grant Management on complex donor compliance issues to influence BRAC global grant management policy and procedure

● Supports adherence to BRAC Grant Management and Sub-Grant Management policies

● Support review of proposal budgets to ensure correct budget template and identify questionable costs from donor compliance perspective

● Perform monitoring of grants, using online Proposal Grant System (PGS) and tools and monitor Country Office portfolio and performance in grant management

● Lead regular grant reviews and other monitoring across allocated portfolio

● Develop expert knowledge of Proposal Grant System & dashboard functionality, maintain up to date data and use PGS data for decision making

● Ensure any internal or external grant management audit findings are correctively actioned

● Ensure that the country program adheres to all its grant management obligations internally within BRAC and externally with donors

● Support adherence to complex donor compliance requirements across the Country and downstream partners through regular communication of compliance elements and training

● Lead in conducting due diligence, vetting partners, review of donor proposals and contracts with compliance lens

● Draft sub-grant agreements using endorsed template packages and ensuring that all donor compliance requirements are passed down

● Facilitate Kick Off meetings for the new projects and support close-out meetings for completed projects

● Facilitate monthly Grant Review Meetings with a diverse stakeholder group

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Fundraising, donor engagement and coordination

● Develop and operationalize a comprehensive fundraising strategy for accomplishment of the BRAC South Sudan strategic plan and implement progress monitoring plan

● Conduct donor mapping and refresh on an appropriate frequency

● Lead in identifying, and disseminating information on new funding opportunities from bilateral, multilateral, and other institutional donors

● Develop and maintain a healthy funding pipeline made up of a range of donors, including local, international, foundations and trusts

● Pro-actively seek local donor intelligence on prospective new opportunities or partnerships.

● Work as lead writer for key competitive bids, including capability statements, country context and programme experience

● Lead the in-country proposal design process through interdepartmental coordination for project design with Programme Operations (for field team inputs, logistics requirements, costings, etc.), Security, Logistics, Finance, and HR (for staffing requirements)

● Cultivate business relationships with external stakeholders and potential partners for large scale or strategic funding opportunities, either as a prime or sub-recipient in consortium arrangements.

● Coordinates and participates in the drafting process for financial and narrative reports among different teams, ensuring submission deadlines are met and reports of high quality

● Plan and initiate regular donor check-in/update visits with major institutional donors

● Working with Country management, set ambitious targets for donor engagement and to influence donor strategies

● Represent BRAC South Sudan in relevant donor forums, workshops and conferences where new business development opportunities can be formulated

Communications

● Develop a country communications strategy for BRAC South Sudan and for individual programs

● Implement and support communications activities for programs and the country office

● Prepare high quality and timely management, operational and program reports

● Support country team management in internal and external communications

● Work with communications teams from BRAC International and BRAC Affiliates to develop capacity statements, information for donors, development of the BRAC South Sudan website, etc.

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

Experience and Qualifications

● A minimum of ten years’ experience in fundraising and proposal development and grant management with INGOs

● Master’s Degree in business administration, or social sciences relevant to the role

● Specialized professional training in fundraising, grants management, donor engagement and donor compliance is preferred

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

● Demonstrable success in developing consortia among partners and in winning proposals with a variety of donors

● Good understanding of main program sectors of BRAC South Sudan that includes education, WASH, health, food security and livelihoods, and humanitarian emergency

● Knowledge of the requirements of major institutional donors including budgeting, eligibility issues, compliance management, and reporting; experience of engaging with donors at a strategic level

● Substantial knowledge of program and proposal development, including financial and budgetary control, and project/process management

● Exceptional general management and capacity building aptitudes

Skills and Competencies

● Strong strategic and creative thinking capacity, combined with attention to detail

● Strong leadership and interpersonal skills with a “team first” mindset

● Excellent representation, presentation, coordination and communication skills, including the ability to communicate effectively with people of varied professional and cultural backgrounds

● Demonstrated proficiency in writing, editing and reporting

● Personal commitment, drive for results and flexibility and proven ability to solve complex issues through analysis, definition of way forward and buy in

● Commitment and ability to build the capacity of others

● Proficiency in the use of Google suite applications, MS Office and other relevant technologies

● Strong knowledge and understanding of current trends in digital/social media

● Commitment to BRAC South Sudan’s organizational vision, mission and values.

How to apply:

How to apply (Application Instructions)

Interested candidates who meet the above requirements should follow this link https://forms.gle/osGLZc89TLzbX2te7 to submit their applications by hand delivery to BRAC South Sudan Country Office Plot 15 Block L14, Atlabara B, Street 22 by 13:00hrs August 6, 2021 (Juba time). It should be noted that beyond this time the system will automatically shut-down and no more submissions will be accepted. Should you have any difficulties, queries or need more information, please contact our HR on WhatsApp +211 913 384 809 in case of queries. In compliance with COVID 19 guidelines, BRAC will not accept hand delivered applications that would increase the risk of transmission of the deadly virus. Due to the urgency of this recruitment, interviews will be conducted on an on-going basis and the position may be offered before the deadline. BRAC is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. BRAC prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type and affords equal employment opportunities to employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any International.

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Humanitarian Affairs Officer / Information Management, P4 (Temporary Job Opening)

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Jul 152021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Closing date: 26 Jul 2021

Org. Setting and Reporting

This position is located in the Operations and Advocacy Division, Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), which is part of the United Nations Secretariat responsible for bringing together humanitarian actors to ensure a coherent response to emergencies. OCHA also ensures there is a framework within which each actor can contribute to the overall response efforts. OCHA’s mission is to mobilize and coordinate effective and principled humanitarian action in partnership with national and international actors in order to alleviate human suffering in disasters and emergencies; advocate the rights of people in need; promote preparedness and prevention and facilitate sustainable solutions.
This Temporary Job Opening is being advertised for the position of Humanitarian Affairs Officer / Information Management and is located in Juba, with OCHA South Sudan. The Humanitarian Affairs Officer / Information Management reports to the Deputy Head of Office in Juba, South Sudan.

Responsibilities

Within delegated authority, the Humanitarian Affairs Officer / Information Management will be responsible for the following duties:
• Acts as Head of the Communications and Information Management Unit (CIMU) and supports OCHA South Sudan Senior Management in strategic planning, preparation of the annual work plan of the public information and information management functions of the office, and related monitoring and reporting.
• Advises the Deputy and Head of Office on overall direction on issues related to information management on coordination, access and related emergency response and protection issues, as well as on engagement with the media. monitoring and reporting.
• Supervises and prepares statements, reports, information products, key messages and similar corporate and ad-hoc products for review.
• Lead CIMU team contribution in strategic planning activities for Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC), and periodic monitoring on Response Plan.
• Monitors, analyzes and reports on humanitarian response and developments, disaster relief/management programmes or emergency situations in the country;
• Leads and/or participates in working groups related to communication and information management to prepares situation reports and information products for the international community, apprising of situation to date and specifying gaps and unmet requirements.
• Assists in the production of appeals for international assistance.
• Develops country-specific indicators in collaboration with area experts and ensures the subsequent monitoring of these indicators; recommends actions based on the analysis of pertinent information.
• Initiates and coordinates activities related to technical cooperation and technical assistance projects in disaster response and disaster response preparedness; formulates project proposals and relevant project documents; provides technical support to field work; reviews and clears project reports for submission to donors.
• Analyzes and assists in introducing new technologies and approaches for disaster warning/management.
• Organizes and prepares analysis on humanitarian, emergency relief and related issues; organizes follow-up work, including interagency technical review meetings to support policy development work and decision-making on important issues; and ensures the implementation of recommendations emanating from relevant studies.
• Assists or leads, as appropriate, in the preparation of OCHA reports, studies, background papers, policy guidelines, correspondence, presentations, background papers, policy guidelines, parliamentary documents, etc.;
• Partners with other humanitarian agencies to plan and evaluate complex humanitarian and emergency assistance programmes; helps ensure that latest findings, lessons learned, policy guidelines, etc. are incorporated into these activities, including gender-related considerations.
• Establishes and maintains contacts with relevant stakeholders including media, etc.; ensures appropriate mechanisms to facilitate collaboration and exchange of information both in and outside the UN system, including on early warning and contingency planning, etc.
• Serves as the primary focal point on specific topics related to communications, public information and information management, including in relation to safeguarding humanitarian principles, humanitarian access, and ensuring the effective delivery of humanitarian assistance; keeps abreast of latest developments, liaises with other humanitarian organizations, donors, etc., ensures appropriate monitoring and reporting mechanisms; provides information and advice on a range of related issues.
• Organizes and participates in work groups, meetings, conferences, consultations with other agencies and partners humanitarian and emergency relief-related matters.
• Provides leadership and work direction to assigned work team, and/or mentors and supervises the work of new/junior officers.
• Performs other duties as required.

Competencies

• PROFESSIONALISM: Knowledge of wide range of humanitarian assistance, emergency relief and related humanitarian issues. Conceptual and strategic analytical capacity, to include ability to analyze and articulate the humanitarian dimension of complex issues that require a coordinated UN response. Demonstrated problem-solving skills and judgment in applying technical expertise to resolve a wide range of complex issues/problems. Knowledge of region or country of assignment, including the political, economic and social dimensions. Ability to negotiate and to influence others to reach agreement. Ability to work under extreme pressure, on occasion in a highly stressful environment (e.g. civil strife, natural disasters and human misery). Knowledge of institutional mandates, policies and guidelines pertaining to humanitarian affairs and knowledge of the institutions of the UN system. Demonstrated ability to complete in-depth studies and to formulate conclusions/recommendations. Ability to relate humanitarian affairs issues and perspectives, including gender issues, to political, economic, social and human rights programmes in affected country/region. Shows pride in work and in achievements; demonstrates professional competence and mastery of subject matter; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results; is motivated by professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges; remains calm in stressful situations. Takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.
• ACCOUNTABILITY: Takes ownership of all responsibilities and honours commitments; delivers outputs for which one has responsibility within prescribed time, cost and quality standards; operates in compliance with organizational regulations and rules; supports subordinates, provides oversight and takes responsibility for delegated assignments; takes personal responsibility for his/her own shortcomings and those of the work unit, where applicable.
• PLANNING & ORGANIZING: Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.
• COMMUNICATION: Speaks and writes clearly and effectively; listens to others, correctly interprets messages from others and responds appropriately; asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in having two-way communication; tailors language, tone, style and format to match audience; demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed.

Education

Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in political science, social science, international studies, public administration, economics, engineering, earth sciences or a related field. A first-level university degree in combination with an additional two years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.

Work Experience

  • A minimum of seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience in humanitarian affairs, emergency preparedness, crisis/emergency relief management, rehabilitation, development, or other related area is required.
  • Three (3) years of relevant experience at the international level is required.
  • Humanitarian experience in the field (actual setting where a mission or project is being implemented) in emergency situation is required.
  • Experience in the Humanitarian Programme Cycle in a coordination, information management, or leadership role is required.
  • Experience in the UN Common System is desirable.
  • Experience in the region is desirable.

Languages

French and English are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For the position advertised, fluency in English is required.

Assessment

Evaluation of qualified candidates may include an assessment exercise which may be followed by competency-based interview.

Special Notice

• The appointment/assignment is for the duration of 364 days, with the possibility of extension, subject to availability of funds and mandate extension. The selected candidate is expected to start as soon as possible.
• Please note that due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19 and the travel restrictions imposed by national authorities, selected candidates may be required to start the assignment/appointment remotely, in agreement with the hiring manager, and until further notice.
• Please note that the appointment/assignment of the successful candidate will be subject to visa issuance.
• A current staff member who holds a fixed-term, permanent or continuing appointment may apply for temporary positions no more than one level above his or her current grade. However, a current staff member who holds an appointment at the G-6 or G-7 level may also apply to temporary positions in the Professional category up to and including the P-3 level, subject to meeting all eligibility and other requirements for the position. A staff member holding a temporary appointment shall be regarded as an external candidate when applying for other positions, and may apply for other temporary positions at any level, subject to section 5.7 below and staff rule 4.16 (b) (ii). Therefore, a staff member holding a temporary appointment in the General Service or related categories may only apply to positions within those categories. For full information on eligibility requirements, please refer to section 5 of ST/AI/2010/4Rev.1 on Temporary Appointments. In its resolution 66/234, the General Assembly further “stressed that the Secretary-General should not recur to the practice of temporarily filling posts in the Professional and higher categories with General Service staff members who have not passed the General Service to Professional category examination other than on an exceptional basis, and requests the Secretary-General to ensure that temporary occupation of such posts by the General Service staff shall not exceed a period of one year, effective 1 January 2013…” Consequently, eligible candidates in the General Service or related categories for temporary job openings in the Professional category that have not passed the competitive examination may be selected only on an exceptional basis endorsed by the Office of Human Resources Management where no other suitable candidate could be identified.
• Upon separation from service, including, but not limited to, expiration or termination of, or resignation from, a fixed-term, continuing or permanent appointment, a former staff member will be ineligible for re-employment on the basis of a temporary appointment for a period of 31 days following the separation. In the case of separation from service on retirement, a former staff member will be ineligible for re-employment for a period of three months following the separation. This equally applies, mutatis mutandis, with respect to a former or current staff member who has held or holds an appointment in another entity applying the United Nations Staff Regulations and Rules and who applies for a temporary position with the Secretariat.
• Retirees above the mandatory age of separation who wish to be considered for the current temporary job opening must indicate the reason for their last separation as “retirement.” Such retirees shall not be employed by the Organization, unless (a) the operational requirements of the Organization cannot be met by staff members who are qualified and available to perform the required functions; and (b) the proposed employment would not adversely affect the career development or redeployment opportunities of other staff members and represents both a cost-effective and operationally sound solution to meet the needs of the service.
• Subject to the funding source of the position, this temporary job opening may be limited to candidates based at the duty station.
• While this temporary assignment may provide the successful applicant with an opportunity to gain new work experience, the selection for this position is for a limited period and has no bearing on the future incumbency of the post. An external candidate selected for this position is bound by the prevailing condition of the staff selection system under ST/AI/2010/3, as amended, and ST/AI/2010/4/Rev.1. A staff member holding a temporary appointment who is recruited in the Professional and above categories on a temporary appointment, and placed on a position authorized for one year or longer may not apply for or be reappointed to his/her current position within six months of the end of his/her current service. This provision does not apply to staff members holding temporary appointments and placed on positions authorized for one year or more in duty stations authorized for peacekeeping operations or special political missions.
• The expression “Internal candidates”, shall mean staff members who have been recruited after a competitive examination under staff rule 4.16 or after the advice of a central review body under staff rule 4.15.
• Please note that candidates will be required to meet the requirements of Article 101, paragraph 3, of the Charter as well as the requirements of the position. The United Nations is committed to the highest standards of efficiency, competence and integrity for all its human resources, including but not limited to respect for international human rights and humanitarian law. Candidates may be subject to screening against these standards, including but not limited to whether they have committed, or are alleged to have committed criminal offences and/or violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law.
• For information on special post allowance, please refer to ST/AI/1999/17. For more details on the administration of temporary appointments please refer to ST/AI/2010/4/Rev.1.
• The Staff Regulations, Staff Rules and administrative issuances governing staff appointments can be viewed at: http://www.un.org/hr_handbook/English
• Staff members of the United Nations common system organizations who will reach the mandatory age of separation or retirement within the duration of the current temporary need period are not eligible to apply.
• Staff members are not eligible to apply for the current temporary job opening if they are unable to serve the specified duration of temporary need before reaching the mandatory age of separation. Submitting an application or selection for the current temporary job opening does not delay or increase the mandatory age of separation.
IMPORTANT: Candidates found suitable and not selected for the announced duty station, may be selected for deployment to other duty stations. The selection will be for similar functions with similar requirements at the same level.

United Nations Considerations

According to article 101, paragraph 3, of the Charter of the United Nations, the paramount consideration in the employment of the staff is the necessity of securing the highest standards of efficiency, competence, and integrity. Candidates will not be considered for employment with the United Nations if they have committed violations of international human rights law, violations of international humanitarian law, sexual exploitation, sexual abuse, or sexual harassment, or if there are reasonable grounds to believe that they have been involved in the commission of any of these acts. The term “sexual exploitation” means any actual or attempted abuse of a position of vulnerability, differential power, or trust, for sexual purposes, including, but not limited to, profiting monetarily, socially or politically from the sexual exploitation of another. The term “sexual abuse” means the actual or threatened physical intrusion of a sexual nature, whether by force or under unequal or coercive conditions. The term “sexual harassment” means any unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature that might reasonably be expected or be perceived to cause offence or humiliation, when such conduct interferes with work, is made a condition of employment or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment, and when the gravity of the conduct warrants the termination of the perpetrator’s working relationship. Candidates who have committed crimes other than minor traffic offences may not be considered for employment.
Due regard will be paid to the importance of recruiting the staff on as wide a geographical basis as possible. The United Nations places no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. The United Nations Secretariat is a non-smoking environment.
The paramount consideration in the appointment, transfer, or promotion of staff shall be the necessity of securing the highest standards of efficiency, competence, and integrity. By accepting an offer of appointment, United Nations staff members are subject to the authority of the Secretary-General and assignment by him or her to any activities or offices of the United Nations in accordance with staff regulation 1.2 (c). In this context, all internationally recruited staff members shall be required to move periodically to discharge new functions within or across duty stations under conditions established by the Secretary-General.
Applicants are urged to follow carefully all instructions available in the online recruitment platform, inspira. For more detailed guidance, applicants may refer to the Manual for the Applicant, which can be accessed by clicking on “Manuals” hyper-link on the upper right side of the inspira account-holder homepage.
The evaluation of applicants will be conducted on the basis of the information submitted in the application according to the evaluation criteria of the job opening and the applicable internal legislations of the United Nations including the Charter of the United Nations, resolutions of the General Assembly, the Staff Regulations and Rules, administrative issuances and guidelines. Applicants must provide complete and accurate information pertaining to their personal profile and qualifications according to the instructions provided in inspira to be considered for the current job opening. No amendment, addition, deletion, revision or modification shall be made to applications that have been submitted. Candidates under serious consideration for selection will be subject to reference checks to verify the information provided in the application.
Job openings advertised on the Careers Portal will be removed at 11:59 p.m. (New York time) on the deadline date.

No Fee

THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, OR TRAINING). THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CONCERN ITSELF WITH INFORMATION ON APPLICANTS’ BANK ACCOUNTS.

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Project Manager

 FULL TIME, Recursos Humanos  Comments Off on Project Manager
Jul 142021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Malteser
Closing date: 1 Aug 2021

Malteser International (MI) has been working in what is now South Sudan since 1996 and implements programs related to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Food & Nutrition Security, Livelihood, Health, Disaster Risk Reduction and Livelihood Building.

The various projects of Malteser International are located in the states Central Equitoria and Western Bahl al Ghazal (Juba, Wau, Yei, and in the surrounding areas).

In Yei, Central Equatoria, MI is working mainly in the health sector.

For its work in Yei, South Sudan, Malteser International is looking for an experienced Project Manager.

As the Project Manager, you will be in charge of the management and coordination of the project activities in Yei as outlined in the proposals, logframes and work plans, providing leadership and technical oversight. Furthermore, you will be responsible for maintaining good relationships with the local authorities and partners as well as ensuring the appropriate use of funds and compliance with MI and donor quality and accountability standards.
Your main tasks include conducting assessments, preparing periodic reports, supporting the development of new project ideas and proposals, implementing health activities, developing capacities of local partners and Malteser International staff as well as monitoring and evaluation.
Professionally you will report to the Country Coordinator at Juba office and work in close cooperation with the other Project Managers and Administrators on field level.

Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate and technically monitor the implementation of all project activities according to the objectives, indicators, work plans and approved budgets
  • Ensure regular and proper project documentation and reporting according to donor and MI standards, rules & regulations (interim and final reports, monthly reports) and link the project closely and pro-actively to the program level
  • Lead the project team and ensure sound financial management (review, budget control), administration and logistics practices of the project
  • Provide technical and managerial support to all team members in fulfilment of their duties according to project objectives and ensure compliance with MI policies and international standards
  • Develop and put into practice appropriate and cost-efficient monitoring tools to track the expected results and indicators as mentioned in the log frames, work plans and other relevant project documents
  • Represent MI towards local authorities, partners and donors in close coordination with the Country Coordinator
  • Assist MI management with any requests for information or data regarding program expansion or development
  • Support the Country Coordination team in developing health programs and supporting the project teams in planning and implementing health projects in their locations
  • Monitor security situation in the project area and ensure that the staff follows the security regulations

Qualifications:

  • University degree in Health Management, Public Health, Development Studies or related fields, Master’s degree preferred
  • 3 to 4 years of working experience in planning, implementing and managing health projects (especially rehabilitation of health infrastructure) in the context of humanitarian assistance or development cooperation
  • Experience in integration of health, economic development, institutional capacity and other key cross cutting themes (gender, protection, environment)
  • Proven experience in project management and design regarding internationally funded grant projects, as well as in project implementation and monitoring & evaluation
  • Experience in administrative standards and requirements of (international) donors (German ministries, UN, ECHO, USAID etc.)
  • Proven experience in logistics and drug procurements in a timely manner
  • Ability to communicate and provide technical support on health topics with diverse groups: health facility staff, managers, bureaucrats, donors, etc.
  • Proven communication skills including the ability to effectively motivate people and to diplomatically manage the relationship with local partners, different authorities, and donors
  • Excellent ability to lead a team, work in a team and to mediate
  • Working experience in South Sudan or the broader region, as well as in other humanitarian settings
  • Sensitivity for other cultures, experience in working with different cultures and different backgrounds, strong interest in the local setting and the target groups
  • Prepared to work and live with limited resources and under difficult circumstances; physical and mental strength
  • Fluency in English (written and spoken), knowledge of German and local Arab is an asset; fully literate in standard software packages (Microsoft Office)

How to apply:

Conditions:

  • Starting date: September 1st, 2021
  • Duty Station: Yei, South Sudan
  • Duration of contract: 12 months (with option for prolongation)
  • Salary according to qualification and experience, insurance package, accommodation in team house/apartment, 30 paid leave days per year, 1 home flight per year, R&R
  • Please note that this is an unaccompanied position

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Kindly submit your application (CV, letter of motivation, copies of diplomas and three professional references) until August 1st, 2021.

Malteser International is an equal opportunity employer and welcome applications from all people, regardless of race, color, ethnicity, age, gender, disability, confession, or origin. Qualified applicants from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

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Finance Officer (Pooled Fund Manager), P3 (Temporary Job Opening)

 FULL TIME, Ingenieria Sanitaria, Ambiental, Servicio al Cliente  Comments Off on Finance Officer (Pooled Fund Manager), P3 (Temporary Job Opening)
Jul 142021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Closing date: 18 Jul 2021

Org. Setting and Reporting

This position is located in the Operations and Advocacy Division, Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), which is part of the United Nations Secretariat responsible for bringing together humanitarian actors to ensure a coherent response to emergencies. OCHA also ensures there is a framework within which each actor can contribute to the overall response efforts. OCHA’s mission is to mobilize and coordinate effective and principled humanitarian action in partnership with national and international actors in order to alleviate human suffering in disasters and emergencies; advocate the rights of people in need; promote preparedness and prevention and facilitate sustainable solutions.
This temporary job opening is being advertised for the position of Finance Officer (Pooled Fund Manager), P3 in Juba with OCHA South Sudan. The Finance Officer (Pooled Fund Manager) reports to the Head of Humanitarian Finance Unit/Fund Manager, OCHA South Sudan.

Responsibilities

Within delegated authority, the Finance Officer (Pooled Fund Manager) will be responsible for the following duties:
• Liaise with companies carrying out financial audit of partners ensuring compliance with the United Nations Financial Regulations and Rules (UNFRR);
• Oversee the audit process including facilitation of the contracting of external auditing companies, supporting the planning, advise on the clearance of audit reports and ensuring follow-up of critical audit findings;
• Review audit financial reports to make sure that it is in line with the signed agreement and project budget.
• Review grant agreements and supporting documents to ensure accuracy, consistency, reasonableness, compliance with the UNFRR and the Country-based Pooled Funds (CBPF) Guidelines;
• Review and advise on the clearance of the project budget and grant agreements;
• Review and advise on budget amendments or no-cost extension requests;
• Maintain complete, accurate and updated detailed list of disbursements to IP;
• Regular follow-up with IP to obtain financial reports;
• Review of interim and final financial reports and confirm the amount for additional disbursements;
• Initiate the process to ensure disbursements as required and follow-up on any reimbursements;
• Participate in the design and roll out of the financial elements of the risk management strategy of the Fund;
• Conduct financial spot-checks in line with the operational modalities and contribute to the quality assurance of the final reports;
• Verify Implementing Partners (IP) financial documentation as required;
• Support IP regarding compliance with the UNFRR and the Guidelines for CBPF and participate in training activities accordingly;
• Ensure compliance with any other requirements stemming from the UNFRR, grant agreements and guidelines;
• Maintain complete and updated cash flows for the Fund, and inform the Head of the Humanitarian Financing Unit (HFU) on a regular basis and upon request on the available cash balance;
• Organize the work of the financial team under the supervision of the Head of the Humanitarian Financing Unit (HFU);
• Supports in the development and monitoring of the HFU annual budget;
• Support Fund analysis for informing future allocations;
• Prepare financial analysis for standard and ad-hoc reporting requirements;
• Provide input for the preparation of CBPF Annual Reports;
• Ensure timely financial reporting in compliance with donors requirements;
• Liaise with relevant OCHA sections at HQ;
• Stay up-to-date on documents/reports/guidelines that have bearing on matters related to programme and/or OCHA budgets, ensuring compliance with United Nations policies and procedures.
• Perform other related duties, as assigned.

Competencies

• Professionalism: Thorough knowledge of Funds management, related budgetary procedures and UN Financial Rules and Regulations; understanding of OCHA’s programmes, policies, funding and coordination mechanisms; knowledge of financial principles and practices; ability to independently conduct research and analysis, formulate options and present conclusions and recommendations; demonstrates professional competence and mastery of subject matter; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results; is motivated by professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges; remains calm in stressful situations; takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.
• Client Orientation: Considers all those to whom services are provided to be “clients ” and seeks to see things from clients’ point of view; Establishes and maintains productive partnerships with clients by gaining their trust and respect; identifies clients’ needs and matches them to appropriate solutions; Monitors ongoing developments inside and outside the clients’ environment to keep informed and anticipate problems; Keeps clients informed of progress or setbacks in projects; Meets timeline for delivery of products or services to client
• Accountability: Takes ownership of all responsibilities and honours commitments; delivers outputs for which one has responsibility within prescribed time, cost and quality standards; operates in compliance with organizational regulations and rules; supports subordinates, provides oversight and takes responsibility for delegated assignments; takes personal responsibility for his/her own shortcomings and those of the work unit, where applicable.

Education

An advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in business administration, finance, accounting or related field is required. A first-level university degree in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.

Work Experience

  • A minimum of five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in finance, administration, budget, business administration or related area is required.
  • Relevant two (2) years’ experience in emergency setting, working with Pooled Funds’ CBPF funded NGO, or with CBPF Humanitarian Financing Unit is required.
  • Experience in the East Africa region is desirable.
  • Relevant experience in the UN Common System is desirable.

Languages

English and French are the official working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For the position advertised, fluency in English is required. Knowledge of Arabic is desirable.

Assessment

Evaluation of qualified candidates may include an assessment exercise which may be followed by competency-based interview.

Special Notice

• The appointment/assignment is for the duration of 364 days, with the possibility of extension, subject to availability of funds and mandate extension. The selected candidate is expected to start as soon as possible.
• Please note that due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19 and the travel restrictions imposed by national authorities, selected candidates may be required to start the assignment/appointment remotely, in agreement with the hiring manager, and until further notice.
• Please note that the appointment/assignment of the successful candidate will be subject to visa issuance.
• A current staff member who holds a fixed-term, permanent or continuing appointment may apply for temporary positions no more than one level above his or her current grade. However, a current staff member who holds an appointment at the G-6 or G-7 level may also apply to temporary positions in the Professional category up to and including the P-3 level, subject to meeting all eligibility and other requirements for the position. A staff member holding a temporary appointment shall be regarded as an external candidate when applying for other positions, and may apply for other temporary positions at any level, subject to section 5.7 below and staff rule 4.16 (b) (ii). Therefore, a staff member holding a temporary appointment in the General Service or related categories may only apply to positions within those categories. For full information on eligibility requirements, please refer to section 5 of ST/AI/2010/4Rev.1 on Temporary Appointments. In its resolution 66/234, the General Assembly further “stressed that the Secretary-General should not recur to the practice of temporarily filling posts in the Professional and higher categories with General Service staff members who have not passed the General Service to Professional category examination other than on an exceptional basis, and requests the Secretary-General to ensure that temporary occupation of such posts by the General Service staff shall not exceed a period of one year, effective 1 January 2013…” Consequently, eligible candidates in the General Service or related categories for temporary job openings in the Professional category that have not passed the competitive examination may be selected only on an exceptional basis endorsed by the Office of Human Resources Management where no other suitable candidate could be identified.
• Upon separation from service, including, but not limited to, expiration or termination of, or resignation from, a fixed-term, continuing or permanent appointment, a former staff member will be ineligible for re-employment on the basis of a temporary appointment for a period of 31 days following the separation. In the case of separation from service on retirement, a former staff member will be ineligible for re-employment for a period of three months following the separation. This equally applies, mutatis mutandis, with respect to a former or current staff member who has held or holds an appointment in another entity applying the United Nations Staff Regulations and Rules and who applies for a temporary position with the Secretariat.
• Retirees above the mandatory age of separation who wish to be considered for the current temporary job opening must indicate the reason for their last separation as “retirement.” Such retirees shall not be employed by the Organization, unless (a) the operational requirements of the Organization cannot be met by staff members who are qualified and available to perform the required functions; and (b) the proposed employment would not adversely affect the career development or redeployment opportunities of other staff members and represents both a cost-effective and operationally sound solution to meet the needs of the service.
• Subject to the funding source of the position, this temporary job opening may be limited to candidates based at the duty station.
• While this temporary assignment may provide the successful applicant with an opportunity to gain new work experience, the selection for this position is for a limited period and has no bearing on the future incumbency of the post. An external candidate selected for this position is bound by the prevailing condition of the staff selection system under ST/AI/2010/3, as amended, and ST/AI/2010/4/Rev.1. A staff member holding a temporary appointment who is recruited in the Professional and above categories on a temporary appointment, and placed on a position authorized for one year or longer may not apply for or be reappointed to his/her current position within six months of the end of his/her current service. This provision does not apply to staff members holding temporary appointments and placed on positions authorized for one year or more in duty stations authorized for peacekeeping operations or special political missions.
• The expression “Internal candidates”, shall mean staff members who have been recruited after a competitive examination under staff rule 4.16 or after the advice of a central review body under staff rule 4.15.
• Please note that candidates will be required to meet the requirements of Article 101, paragraph 3, of the Charter as well as the requirements of the position. The United Nations is committed to the highest standards of efficiency, competence and integrity for all its human resources, including but not limited to respect for international human rights and humanitarian law. Candidates may be subject to screening against these standards, including but not limited to whether they have committed, or are alleged to have committed criminal offences and/or violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law.
• For information on special post allowance, please refer to ST/AI/1999/17. For more details on the administration of temporary appointments please refer to ST/AI/2010/4/Rev.1.
• The Staff Regulations, Staff Rules and administrative issuances governing staff appointments can be viewed at: http://www.un.org/hr_handbook/English
• Staff members of the United Nations common system organizations who will reach the mandatory age of separation or retirement within the duration of the current temporary need period are not eligible to apply.
• Staff members are not eligible to apply for the current temporary job opening if they are unable to serve the specified duration of temporary need before reaching the mandatory age of separation. Submitting an application or selection for the current temporary job opening does not delay or increase the mandatory age of separation.
IMPORTANT: Candidates found suitable and not selected for the announced duty station, may be selected for deployment to other duty stations. The selection will be for similar functions with similar requirements at the same level.

United Nations Considerations

According to article 101, paragraph 3, of the Charter of the United Nations, the paramount consideration in the employment of the staff is the necessity of securing the highest standards of efficiency, competence, and integrity. Candidates will not be considered for employment with the United Nations if they have committed violations of international human rights law, violations of international humanitarian law, sexual exploitation, sexual abuse, or sexual harassment, or if there are reasonable grounds to believe that they have been involved in the commission of any of these acts. The term “sexual exploitation” means any actual or attempted abuse of a position of vulnerability, differential power, or trust, for sexual purposes, including, but not limited to, profiting monetarily, socially or politically from the sexual exploitation of another. The term “sexual abuse” means the actual or threatened physical intrusion of a sexual nature, whether by force or under unequal or coercive conditions. The term “sexual harassment” means any unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature that might reasonably be expected or be perceived to cause offence or humiliation, when such conduct interferes with work, is made a condition of employment or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment, and when the gravity of the conduct warrants the termination of the perpetrator’s working relationship. Candidates who have committed crimes other than minor traffic offences may not be considered for employment.
Due regard will be paid to the importance of recruiting the staff on as wide a geographical basis as possible. The United Nations places no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. The United Nations Secretariat is a non-smoking environment.
The paramount consideration in the appointment, transfer, or promotion of staff shall be the necessity of securing the highest standards of efficiency, competence, and integrity. By accepting an offer of appointment, United Nations staff members are subject to the authority of the Secretary-General and assignment by him or her to any activities or offices of the United Nations in accordance with staff regulation 1.2 (c). In this context, all internationally recruited staff members shall be required to move periodically to discharge new functions within or across duty stations under conditions established by the Secretary-General.
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Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Manager

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Relief International
Closing date: 8 Aug 2021

Position: Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Manager

Reports to: Program Director

Location: Juba – South Sudan, with travel to field offices in country

Duration: 6 months with possible extension

About RI:

Relief International is a leading nonprofit organization working in 20 countries to relieve poverty, ensure well-being and advance dignity. We specialize in fragile settings, responding to natural disasters, humanitarian crises and chronic poverty.

Relief International combines humanitarian and development approaches to provide immediate services while laying the groundwork for long-term impact. Our signature approach — which we call the RI Way—emphasizes local participation, an integration of services, strategic partnerships, and a focus on civic skills. In this way, we empower communities to find, design and implement the solutions that work best for them.

RI believes that gender equality is a basic right for all people, and it is critical to directly address gender-based discrimination and promote gender equality in order to ensure sustainable development.

Position Summary:

The MEAL Manager will bring significant experience and fresh ideas to lead on MEAL system implementation, review and evaluations, MEAL budgeting, recruitment, as well as support to proposal writing and log frame development. The post holder will ensure that all Relief International and Partner projects are supported to ensure quality, effectiveness and appropriateness of their programs. It will be important for the post-holder to capture lessons learned and communicate this information in various capacities to improve on-going and future programming. S/he will guide Relief International and Partner teams to maintain an effective monitoring system across all sectors, including the use of beneficiary feedback data, to assure the quality of interventions. The MEAL Manager will lead on building capacity of staff and partners on MEAL but particularly on accountability and participation, with a specific focus on children.

Ultimately, s/he will ensure that the program has evidence-based knowledge to inform the direction of the program from assessments and regular program monitoring documents. Special attention should be paid to the positive and negative impact that interventions have in communities, marginalized and disabled persons. This analysis will need to be made available to all Relief International staff and external stakeholders where appropriate.

Position Responsibilities and Duties:

The MEAL Manager’s specific responsibilities are as follows:

MEAL System Design

· Lead on the development and oversee the roll-out of an organizational MEAL system (for emergency response programs), ensuring accountability to donors and beneficiaries

· Promote all aspects of MEAL to support the creation of an organizational culture which prioritizes quality programming

· Build strong relationships with colleagues and provide support as required to ensure MEAL system is understood and supported at field and capital office level

· Work closely with the programme teams to ensure that MEAL becomes an integral element of project implementation leading to enhanced quality, accountability and impact.

· Ensure that MEAL is an integral part of the programme design stage and features in all proposal development.

· Ensure that MEAL resources are included in proposal development and work creatively to secure funding from diverse sources, to ensure that MEAL is integrated in emergency and development programs in a sustainable way.

Internal Reporting

· Responsible to ensure that the organization delivers on all internal M&E requirements in a timely manner and with high quality information to support program reporting as per donor contractual requirements.

· Identify and introduce new elements (systems, tools, processes) required under the MEAL system and project management/development by MEAL team members

· Receive regular field monitoring and accountability reports from MEAL Team Leads and circulate to the country office teams, ensuring that action plans are included and followed up and that SMT reviews reports regularly

Staff Management and Capacity Development

· Head the mission’s MEAL team; form a solid team identity within the organization and create cohesion between team members working in different geographic areas.

· Manage the MEAL team to ensure that the MEAL system operates effectively with the support and resources required and that there are clear links and reporting lines between field and capital office level and between MEAL and other program departments.

· Support the MEAL team progress on specific projects, providing management oversight on progress and problem-solving in case of challenges.

· Define expectations, provide leadership and technical support as needed so that MEAL staff are able to perform their roles as required

· Manage the performance of direct reports in the MEAL unit through performance management, coaching, mentoring, training and development.

· At the organizational level, devise and manage a MEAL training programme with the goal of increasing capacity and awareness of MEAL for all staff. Assess training needs and engage MEAL team staff to roll-out the training programme.

Promote Learning for Strategic Development and Decision Making

· Ensure that data brought together and findings from across thematic and operational regions form a coherent basis for analysis of impact which promotes learning and strategy development for the whole organization.

· Lead on monitoring and improving the synergy and integration of thematic programs to enhance delivery of outstanding results for targeted communities

· Communicate top level learning / analysis reports and monitoring data to ensure that management is able to make informed decisions on a timely basis to scale up and face operational challenges

External Reporting and Representation

· Ensure external accountability to donors through the implementation of timely and quality MEAL activities leading to timely and accurate reporting

· Ensure that high quality analysis reports to illustrate Relief International’s impact and assessment findings are produced, including evidence of good practice and replicable programs, and that they are communicated at appropriate events.

· Ensure that Relief International is represented at relevant Donor, inter-NGO, and government level meetings at the field level (related to MEAL) to enhance inter-agencies best practices sharing and learning

Qualifications & requirements:

This position demands a dynamic individual with a demonstrated ability to achieve results in a demanding and fast paced environment.

· B.A required, Master’s degree preferred; academic or equivalent work experience in Statistics, Social Development or equivalent

· Minimum of 3 years working experience as MEAL Lead in complex humanitarian settings, with knowledge of integrated Health, WASH Nutrition FSL and Protection programming

· Wide experience in effective strategic level communication and coordination with national partners, central and local authorities, NGO partners, UN agencies and other relevant stakeholders

· In-depth knowledge of international development programming

· An understanding of the operating context in the South Sudan (preferred)

· Excellent writing and research skills and computer literacy, including previous donor report writing experience

· Demonstrated ability to coordinate complex activities, meet deadlines, and exercise sound judgment

· Demonstrated ability to work effectively as part of a team or independently

· Fluency in English and strong English writing skills are required

· Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, stressful environment. Must be flexible, willing to perform other duties and work irregular hours

· Excellent time management skills and resourcefulness with strong attention to detail

· Excellent interpersonal, communication, public speaking, and strategic planning skill

· Demonstrable experience in capacity development

· Strong people management skills.

RI Values:
We uphold the Humanitarian Principles: humanity, neutrality, impartiality, and operational independence. We affirmatively engage the most vulnerable communities.**

We value:

· Inclusiveness

· Transparency and Accountability

· Agility and Innovation

· Collaboration

· Sustainability

Living Conditions/Environmental Conditions

This position is based in Juba, South Sudan and requires up to (40%) travel to field office locations within the country, and offers an opportunity to join a diverse and open workplace, with a team committed to inclusion, innovation, and personal development. We also offer:

· Self-contained living accommodation (own bedroom, kitchenette and sitting area) in a very safe shared compound in Juba.

· 6-week R&R cycle with a financial contribution towards the R&R costs

· Very competitive compensation, Danger Pay and daily post differential among other benefits

· Access to RI’s award-winning learning management system with a wide menu of training resources, and internal/external training courses. **

How to Apply

Interested candidates are required to submit a detailed CV and cover letter latest by August 7th , 2021. We greatly appreciate your interest in working with RI, but we’ll only be able to contact shortlisted candidates. Due to the urgency of this role, applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and selected candidates interviewed prior to the closing date that may appear on any of the job boards where this vacancy is posted.

RI’s talent acquisition procedures reflect our commitment to safeguarding the rights and dignity of all people – especially children and vulnerable adults – to live free from abuse and harm.

RI is an Equal Opportunity Employer – EOE/M/F/D/V. **

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Interested applicants please follow this link to apply;

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