CONSULTANCY – USAID / BHA Funded Conflict and Climatic Emergency Livestock Response Program in Greater Upper Nile states, South Sudan

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May 282022


Country: South Sudan
Organization: Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Germany
Closing date: 4 Jun 2022

Terms of Reference for Final Evaluation

USAID / BHA Funded Conflict and Climatic Emergency Livestock Response Program in Greater Upper Nile states, South Sudan


VSF Germany is an International Non Governmental Organization, providing humanitarian aid and development assistance to pastoralists and vulnerable communities in areas where livestock is of importance. VSF Germany supports in animal health, livestock related agriculture, marketing, food safety, drought responses and mitigation, capacity development of communities and governmental institutions, peace and conflict resolution with the ultimate aim of food security and strengthened livelihoods of pastoralist communities. In the region VSF Germany implements activities in the Republic of South Sudan, Kenya, Sudan, Somalia, Uganda and Ethiopia. VSF Germany has been supporting pastoral livelihoods in South Sudan since 1998 working with communities in Upper Nile, Jonglei, Warrap, Eastern Equatoria, Western Bar el Ghazal and Lakes States through times of emergency and recovery to sustain, protect and restore livelihoods by direct provision; and capacity building for improved production and productivity, diversified production as well as local peace mechanisms and governance.

VSF-Germany partnering with VSF Suisse with funding from U.S. Agency for International Development’s Office of Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (USAID/BHA) is implementing a two-year program entitled “Conflict and Climatic Emergency Livestock Response Program (CCLERP) in Greater Upper Nile States”. This program covers 10 Counties in Jonglei, 2 counties in Upper Nile and 9 Counties in Unity states plus the Jonglei migrating cattle from Equatoria to Jonglei. The program objective is to improve or sustain access to animal source food and related income for crisis affected individuals at risk of malnutrition particularly children and women. The program is targeting people in Greater Upper Nile, comprised of internally displaced persons (IDPs), host and returnee groups with support to local institutions and mechanisms for delivery of animal health and public health services while mainstreaming conflict sensitivity, protection and Do No Harm approaches.

VSF Germany and its partners intend to evaluate the performance of the Conflict and Climatic Livestock Emergency Response Program (CCLERP) and are seeking the services of qualified and experienced project evaluators.


The purpose of this midterm evaluation is to examine the program performance against the planed indicators and results, and specifically:

  1. To determine the appropriateness, relevance, efficiency and effectiveness of the veterinary program;
  2. To assess the quality and comprehensiveness of the program design and implementation;
  3. To document lessons learned, success stories, case studies and perceived and real as well as unmet needs;

d) Generate baseline data and information for subsequent interventions.


Provisionally, the evaluation will cover 8 Payams (2 per county) in four randomly selected counties (one from each state and one additional from any one of the state depending on the existing situation) where feasible. It will be conducted in the project areas and will include both beneficiaries and non-beneficiaries. Key evaluation questions will be formulated using the project objectives and indicators, and project quality parameters.


The final evaluation design will include participatory evaluation methods and employ a mixed approach with both qualitative and quantitative methods. The consultants will be required to submit a detailed draft evaluation design and methodology which will be reviewed and finalized with the effort of the program personnel.


  1. A detailed study design, including methodology, work plan and timeframe;
  2. Inception report;
  3. A draft report incorporating feedback from the debriefing sessions;
  4. A final report incorporating feedback on the draft report (one bound hard copy & electronic copy).


This midterm evaluation is expected to be completed in 25 working days including inception report, desk review, field assessment and report writing. The first draft report will be expected within 10 days after the field exercise is completed. A final version should be submitted within five days of receiving feedback on first draft.


  1. The consultancy will be guided, managed and technically advised by the Country Program Manager of VSF Germany;
  2. The consultancy is technically and administratively fully accountable to VSF Germany;
  3. Specific areas for the study will be selected in consultation with VSF’s field staff;
  4. Field travel arrangements and immediate supervision will be carried out by VSF Germany & VSF Suisse in their respective areas of operation.


The two-person evaluation team will consist of a team leader who will be a veterinarian and a support researcher who will preferably be an anthropologist or social scientist. Prospective evaluation teams are encouraged to include a mix of gender.

The team should collectively demonstrate the following set of qualities:

  1. Experience in carrying out two or more major humanitarian evaluations for a major donor, international NGO, or international organization.
  2. General familiarity with the political and humanitarian context in South Sudan, particularly over the past 3 years
  3. Experience in developing or applying protection measures;
  4. Extensive practical experience in implementing activities aimed at pastoral livelihood;
  5. National consultants are encouraged to apply.

How to apply

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit their profile and or curriculum vitae, a technical and a financial proposal. The financial proposal should comprise comprehensive professional fees; travel and accommodation will be covered by VSF Germany.

Applications should be sent to the following Email addresses: and strictly indicating on the subject line “CCLERP FINAL EVAL 2022”. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews. The deadline for submission of applications is 4th June 2022.

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External Advert-Deputy Country Director-Business Support

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May 282022


Country: South Sudan
Organization: Oxfam GB
Closing date: 10 Jun 2022

Oxfam is an international non-governmental organisation with a mission of working with others to alleviate poverty, suffering and distress.

Oxfam has been working in South Sudan since 1983. Our Programmatic Strategy concentrates on Saving lives, Resilient Livelihoods, Advancing Gender Justice and Good Governance and Active Citizenship through a full spectrum platform that includes humanitarian response, recovery and resilience, long term development and policy and advocacy.

Oxfam currently operates via eleven area offices in ten states (Upper Nile, Unity, Jonglei, Lakes, Eastern Equatoria, Central Equatoria, Western Equatoria and Western Bahr-el Ghazal, and Northern Bahr el Ghazal.

Position: Deputy Country Director-Business Support

Location: Juba

Grade & Level: B Zone 2 Global

Contract Type: Fixed Term

Number of post: TBC

Key Responsibilities:

Key Responsibilities:


Represents Oxfam corporately and manages and influences significant and high-profile external relationships in specific operational business support fora. Moreover, the post-holder represents Oxfam in coordination meetings and with external stakeholders—particularly government authorities such as the Relief and Rehabilitation Commission (RRC) and state authorities at field-level, when required—and Oxfam NNGOs partners

Working closely with colleagues within the Country programme as well as with the EA-Node and the HECA Regional Platform, the post-holder will have strong cross-organizational relationships with various work groups including humanitarian and development team, advocacy & policy staff, technical units and business support units, besides being a member of the SMT

As part of the country leadership and senior management team in the country, develop strong matrix links with other country programme teams, relevant HECA regional staff and relevant International Department staff in order to develop and deliver Oxfam in South Sudan Country Strategy

Deputise for the Country Director as required in his/her absence or whenever necessary.


Develops long-term vision and strategic planning to achieve significant impact from major operational business support units by providing leadership, through setting and leading the delivery of specified programme units and/or team objectives.

Plans and manages human and financial resources and processes related to specific programme units and/or area of expertise. Management tasks and problems are diverse and complex and involve a significant degree of risk (financial, security, brand).

Produces, assimilates, analyses and uses information from varied and diverse sources to provide in-depth analysis in the specific business support units or policy area.

Decision-making is strategic and operational with a high degree of judgement based on specific problem-solving experience, drawing on a range of external and internal factors.

Leads the alignment of Oxfam’s operational business support units with Oxfam global policies and processes and ensures effective harmonisation, providing effective solutions to complex legal and context specific country issues.

Assists the CD in the formulation, organisation and delivery of high-level business support processes, including legal, compliance and countrywide policy issues in line with Oxfam’s country and global policy and the country legal framework.

Provides necessary support for the formulation of fundraising plans and follow up for the business support units and ensures proper reporting and accountability internally and external to multilateral and bi-lateral funders as per guidelines.


Ensure a strong link and mainstreaming of activities between the assigned departments, maximising their performances and effective use of resources through coordination and strategic guidance.

In close collaboration with the HR Team and heads of operational business support teams, identify staffing needs, support recruitment of staff and manage the performance and development of all direct reports, ensuring performance objectives are produced and worked to, including identification and effective delivery of training and development needs.

Ensure all Oxfam staff and programmes are familiar with and abide by the Oxfam’s Code of Conduct, Oxfam International standards and procedures and other regulatory codes and best practices for operational business support functions.

Travel frequently to work with the field teams.


Work closely with the DCD – Programme to ensure effective support services and integration of business support in programme implementation with focus on the One Programme Approach

Develop and/or implement cost effectiveness frameworks (e.g. HR policies and procedures; systems and tools that promote internal and external accountability in Logistics) that will promote maximisation of impact from limited programme resources while creating innovative approaches to operations management to achieve organisational effectiveness

Propose organisational ways of working including working through partnerships with NNGOs.


Finance & Systems

To provide direction to the Finance Manager on financial management, policies, and procedures, ensuring that the programme is informed of all developments in financial policies. Ensure the programme is complying with financial standards set by Oxfam and donors.

Where necessary establish clear systems and procedures to ensure robust and donor compliant financial management with clear accountability

To liaise with the funding team to ensure that all donor reporting requirements are met, including proposals, budgets and donor reporting liaising as required by donors.

To provide direct support to the Finance manager and Programme leadership team across the country program on all matters of finance specifically budget preparation, monitoring, control and reporting with a view to ensuring good financial standards are met.

Provide oversight on production of monthly financial management information for the country Management Team and ensures that the finance team provides necessary financial reports for field programme managers to monitor and review their project activities.

Supervise the programme Admin/Finance/HR/Logistics teams in maintaining the programme inventory and fixed assets, ensuring that all Oxfam assets are properly safeguarded and tracked.

To assume a strategic overview of financial management systems across the programme, taking note of changing external and internal environment in financial and economic conditions.

To advise on the application of Oxfam Financial policy and procedures and to ensure that coherent finance systems are established for varying programme modalities.

To design and influence adoption by the finance team of tools for management information and reporting purposes.

Advise Finance team on quality output and development of mechanisms to ensure adequate checks and management level verifications.

Advice, train and enforce compliance to mandatory procedures

Information Systems (IS)

Provide support and guidance on organisation of IS resources to ensure an appropriate use and compliance to Oxfam policies, with regards particularly to GDPR, data protection and information management.

Provide oversight management to ensure quality IS services to Oxfam in South Sudan operations country wide in a cost-efficient manner, with focus on laptop management.

Provide leadership and support to IS related policy development, business cases, documentation, reporting and audit issues as necessary.

Human Resources

Provide support and guidance on appropriate use and compliance with Oxfam GB HR policies, so to ensure minimum standards in recruitment, induction, performance management, staff development, compensation and benefits, succession plans and staff health & safety for Oxfam in South Sudan country programme

Provide leadership in human resource policy update and adaptation for Oxfam in South Sudan Country Programme to ensure that they are effective and meet programme needs.

Provide detailed advice and problem resolution (including direct 1:1 manager case work support) on complex and sensitive policy interpretation and procedural issues to managers and employees and HR colleagues

Develop and lead on the Country recruitment and resourcing strategy and influence senior management thinking and behaviours on this, ensuring that people management is central to this.

Proactively support Senior Managers (and HR Officers in areas of responsibility) on recruitment and resourcing based on efficient networking, adapted to use of the latest corporate HR recruitment tools and techniques.

Develop and maintain an in-country database with potential candidates for Oxfam in South Sudan, based on pro-active outreach amongst Oxfam staff registers globally and regionally as well as external and intra-agency networking and contacts.

Supervise the administration process related to the recruitment and resourcing process to ensure it is compliant with agreed performance levels and legal requirements, across all the following range of HR processes, with focus on:

Attracting, retaining and developing the people needed to enable delivery of the Country Strategy

Talent management

Induction and Exit

Workforce planning – manage organograms and advises CD on future staffing needs in coordination with the HR Manager

Job evaluation, Pay and Reward (including the negotiation of starting salaries); Compensation, Pension and Benefits Contract

Coordinate the in-country succession planning and employee engagement strategies.

Regularly produce HR management information for CD and Senior Managers.

Provide leadership and support to HR and admin related policy development, business cases, documentation, reporting and audit issues as necessary.

Administration & Legal and Regulatory Compliance

Provide leadership and representation on legal and regulatory issues and ensure effective follow up of a wide range of internal (e.g. Tax Exemption Certificate) and external (e.g. Control Self-Assessment) compliance issues.

Supervise the efficient management of office and accommodation space across the country programme.


Provide support and guidance on organisational logistics resources to ensure an appropriate and strategic use, management and compliance with Oxfam policies.

Provide oversight management to ensure quality logistics services to Oxfam in South Sudan operations country wide in a timely and cost-efficient manner.

Follow-up on logistics process and operations ensuring effectiveness and development as needed of systems in place and compliance with minimum standards and policies.

Provide leadership and support to logistics related policy development, business cases, documentation, reporting and audit issues as necessary.


Provide support and guidance on counter-fraud resources to ensure an appropriate and strategic use, management and compliance with Oxfam policies, with focus on:

Internalization of Oxfam Code of Conduct

Implementation of mandatory procedures to govern corruption (such as: Fraud and Theft Response Plan; Fraud Investigation Toolkit and Anti- fraud and Theft Policy)

Ensure the existence of the in-country Counter-fraud Champions Network

Supervise country-led investigations—through a pool of trained investigators or assist the HECA Region Counter-fraud Specialist, when an investigation is handled externally

Induct new hires and NNGO partners on counter-fraud, while continuously conducting refresher trainings to staff to minimise staff’s rationalisation, motivation and opportunity to commit fraud.


Provide technical support to Oxfam in South Sudan team members within areas of specialisation as required, including delivering /organising in house training as appropriate.

Facilitate gap analysis and work with SMT to develop and lead on the overall development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of realistic and sustainable capacity building plans for the Administration, HR, Logistics and IT team at country and field levels.

Motivate the business support team to work interactively with the programme team and to come up with innovative solutions and systems that allows the programme to serve its overall goal.

Ensure the experience and expertise of different team members is used in the strategic development and implementation of Oxfam in South Sudan Country Operating Model (COM) using their respective experiences and skills effectively in further developing the operational support function for Oxfam in South Sudan Programme

Ensure that the effectiveness, impact and direction of the operational business functions is regularly monitored, reviewed, evaluated and can be learned from, and report any findings regularly to the Country Director, Africa EA Node, Regional Centre, donors and others as appropriate.



Masters / Post-graduate academic qualification on either of Business Administration, Finance Human Resources, Logistics or related discipline with a strong finance background, preferably in relief/development work with management and supervisory responsibilities in program operations at senior management level; South Sudan or fragile context experience considered an advantage

Relevant experience of 7 – 10 years for Masters or Post-graduate holders or 10 + years for Bachelor holders, preferably in an international NGO out of which at least 5 years should be supervisory/managerial experience

Experience of leading the implementation of operational improvements and the persistence to achieve change in a challenging environment

Good understanding of information systems and information technology with a sound knowledge of their development and capabilities

Leadership qualities and people management expertise to provide direction and effective support to a multidisciplinary and multicultural team

Strong commitment to Oxfam’s purpose, a broad understanding of the work culture in the “development” sector and its impact on key areas of responsibility and a commitment to humanitarian principles and action

Effective verbal and written communication skills in English, including high-level interpersonal and representational capabilities

Ability to operate and think strategically, coupled with proven analytical skills and the use of these to problem solve and make firm decisions

Understanding of gender and diversity considerations within key areas of responsibility and commitment to address inequalities in the workplace and the programme

Committed to rights-based approach including an active commitment to putting women’s rights at the heart of all we do as well as the rights of other marginalized people in all aspects of an organization

How to apply

NB: Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Only shortlisted candidate will be contacted.

Deadline for submission of applications is 10 June 2022.Interested Applicants should send soft copies of their CVs and Cover letters to**.**

Oxfam is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

We will do everything possible to ensure that only those that are suitable to work within our values are recruited to work for us.

This post is subject to a range of vetting checks.

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Programme Analyst – SRH-Bentiu, South Sudan

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May 282022


Country: South Sudan
Organization: United Nations Population Fund
Closing date: 9 Jun 2022

****Job title:Programme Analyst – SRH


****Position Number:00174734

****Location:Bentiu, South Sudan ****Full/Part time:Full

Fixed term/Temporary: Fixed

Rotational/Non Rotational: Non Rotational

****Duration:One Year

The Position:

The Programme Analyst post is located in the Bentiu, Unity State, Republic of South Sudan. S/he will spend more than 50% of the time off the UNFPA premises, working with different implementing partners and conducting field visit to monitor and advocate for Sexual and Reproductive Rights both for normal Programme and humanitarian response.

The Sexual and Reproductive Health Programme Analyst will report directly to the Field Coordinator Bentiu Field Hub****.****

How you can make a difference:

UNFPA is the lead UN agency for delivering a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe and every young person’s potential is fulfilled. UNFPA’s new strategic plan (2018-2021), focuses on three transformative results: to end preventable maternal deaths; end unmet need for family planning; and end gender-based violence and harmful practices.

In a world where fundamental human rights are at risk, we need principled and ethical staff, who embody these international norms and standards, and who will defend them courageously and with full conviction.

UNFPA is seeking candidates that transform, inspire and deliver high impact and sustained results; we need staff who are transparent, exceptional in how they manage the resources entrusted to them and who commit to deliver excellence in programme results.

Job Purpose:

South Sudan continues to be faced with persistent humanitarian crises. Currently, an estimated 8.3 million people require humanitarian assistance, up from 7.5 million in 2020. About 1.62 million are internally displaced, 123,000 people are in displacement camps formerly Protection of Civilian sites and 2.2 million South Sudanese Refugees in neighbouring countries. It is estimated that 5.8 million people are acutely food insecure, with 483,000 and 1.4 million women and children, respectively, malnourished. The humanitarian situation is worsened by high levels of food insecurity, sub-national violence that disrupt humanitarian services and impact people’s access to livelihoods and basic services, flooding in most parts of the country, and COVID-19 has continued to pose a challenge in South Sudan.

The presence of UNFPA in the State is crucial in terms of providing coordination leadership for SRH and GBV to the myriad of humanitarian actors present in the State; mobilising resources and partners to respond to the massive SRH and GBV needs, as well as working with the local government to support rebuilding the local health system, which is weak.

You would be responsible for:

**•**Providing leadership support at the state and county levels in terms of SRH coordination; attend and actively participate in the coordination of all SRH stakeholders at the field level as needed through an effective coordination mechanism and Working Groups

• Carrying out routine needs assessments and gaps and make proposals to improve SRH service delivery and expansion to the target groups in greater Unity.

• Contributing to enhancing local capacity to develop and maintain reproductive health services and commodity systems. These tasks will involve design and facilitation of formal training and conducting informal, on-the-job training;

• In liaison with the Field Coordinator, raising awareness among implementing partners as well as community leaders for improved SRH service delivery including safe motherhood including post abortion care, family planning, sexually transmitted infections/ HIV, sexual and gender-based violence.

• Closely interacting with the GBV partners and facilitating the medical aspects of assistance to potential and actual survivors.

• Assisting in the dissemination of national guidelines, protocols and IEC material for improved RH and family planning service delivery.

• Providing technical support to the State MOH and humanitarian implementing partners in forecasting/ quantification, requisitioning, storage/ warehousing, distribution, logistics management information management (LMIS), M&E, and coordination.

• Supporting and building the capacity of the State MOH and implementing partners in the collection, reporting, analysis and use of SRH and logistics data for decision-making and for M&E.

• Regularly undertaking monitoring missions/ supportive supervision to medical warehouses to assess RH commodities stock status and storage conditions, and prepare substantive reports of the missions and follow up on administrative actions.

Carry out any other duties as may be required by UNFPA leadership.

Qualifications and Experience


• Advanced university degree in, public health, medical sciences, reproductive health or another related field social science discipline is required.

Knowledge and Experience:

  • Five years progressively responsible professional work experience in SRH and GBV programming and implementation.
  • Field experience in emergency programme planning, management or evaluation. Experience working through Implementing Partners and Government is an asset.
  • Relevant UN, government or international NGO experience an asset, preferably in a complex, volatile, humanitarian context.
  • Experience in planning and facilitating training and other capacity-building initiatives especially in Minimum Initial Services Package for RH, Emergency Obstetric Care and related areas.
  • High resilience and coping with stress abilities. Capability of delivering results on time, even under stress.


Fluency in English; knowledge of other official UN languages, preferably Arabic is desirable****.****

Required Competencies


Exemplifying integrity,

Demonstrating commitment to UNFPA and the UN system,

Embracing cultural diversity,

Embracing change

Functional Competencies:

Conceptual innovation in the provision of technical expertise

Leveraging the resources of national governments and partners/building strategic alliances and partnerships

Job Knowledge/Technical Expertise

Core Competencies:

Achieving results,

Being accountable,

Developing and applying professional expertise/business acumen,

Thinking analytically and strategically,

Working in teams/managing ourselves and our relationships,

Communicating for impact

Compensation and Benefits

This position offers an attractive remuneration package including a competitive net salary plus cost of living adjustment, rental subsidy, education grant, home leave, health insurance and other benefits as applicable****.****


UNFPA does not charge any application, processing, training, interviewing, testing or other fee in connection with the application or recruitment process. Fraudulent notices, letters or offers may be submitted to the UNFPA fraud hotline

In accordance with the Staff Regulations and Rules of the United Nations, persons applying to posts in the international Professional category, who hold permanent resident status in a country other than their country of nationality, may be required to renounce such status upon their appointment.

How to apply

UNFPA has established an electronic application management system. This allows applicants to create

a candidate profile, which can be updated regularly and submitted for more than one vacancy.

Download the Step by Step Guide to Applying in the E-Recruit System of UNFPA at

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Nutrition Surveillance Expert

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May 282022


Country: South Sudan
Organization: Action Against Hunger USA
Closing date: 9 Jun 2022

Action Against Hunger-USA is part of the Action Against Hunger International network, which provides humanitarian relief in over 40 countries worldwide in the sectors of nutrition, health, water/sanitation, and food security. Action Against Hunger-USA, an independent NGO, currently manages operations in countries: Kenya, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Haiti and Somalia. Action Against Hunger-USA has over $75 million in programs, and approximately 2000 staff based in in the various country offices, Head Quarter in New York City and Operational Centre in Nairobi. Additional growth is anticipated.

Summary of Position

The Nutrition Surveillance Expert role will be to oversee, coordinate and ensure quality surveys conducted; S/He will represent Action Against Hunger at NIWG and other platforms; S/He support in proposal development and donor report writing.

Key activities in your role will include:

  • In close collaboration with the Ministry of Health, Nutrition Cluster (NC), NIWG and all nutrition partners, to strengthen the nutrition information systems in South Sudan to contribute to information availability and feed to the regular humanitarian bulletins, IPC analysis.
  • Provide support in the identification and articulation of the survey needs of nutrition agencies in South Sudan, particularly during humanitarian crisis in areas that have been designated by the Nutrition Cluster.
  • Provide technical on-the-ground or remote support to partners implementing SMART surveys and nutrition surveillance systems, notably for initial survey planning, sampling strategy, recruitment and training of survey teams, technical support for data analysis, and validation of reports
  • Coordinate with Nutrition Cluster partners and other nutrition coordination mechanisms such as NIWG on the necessary human and financial resources required to undertake the surveys.
  • Organize the Action Against Hunger SET survey planning, ensure appropriate needs assessments and overall coordination with Nutrition Cluster and NIWG.
  • Ensure that the survey methodology (sampling, questionnaires, etc.) are used in the field and are in line with the defined approach validated by the NIWG, and Action Against Hunger HQ Nutrition Technical Advisor.
  • Develop the terms of reference, to select the tools and methods, the type of informants and/or sampling, selection of villages for field work, write guidelines and set up time frame, working days needed, logistics planning and any special tools needed (communication means, map, camera) to conduct surveys and assessments.
  • Systematically provide the team training before the field work to test the questionnaire and methodology and to ensure that the team adheres to guidelines, protocols and methodologies in place.
  • Lead the team in data entry and run plausibility checks, provide feedback to survey teams, and correct any mistakes identified.
  • Coordinate the data analysis, result interpretation, and report writing with the NIWG and Action Against Hunger HQ advisor.


  • Degree in statistics, nutrition, Health or related field.
  • At least 2 years of experience in nutrition assessments and surveys as well as humanitarian work.
  • Excellent knowledge of SMART, LQAS, CSAS, SQUEAC methodologies.
  • Experience in nutrition program management in emergency set-up including proposal writing, project budget management, reporting and training provision.
  • Strong understanding of nutrition information system, monitoring and evaluation.
  • Excellent writing and analytical skills.
  • Good anticipation, planning skills, especially in changing work contexts.
  • Willing to travel frequently to the field to monitor activities.
  • Easily integrate with remote areas living conditions.

Our Core values.

In this position, you are expected to demonstrate Action Against Hunger-USA’s five core values

Respect- we work with compassion and dedication, treating everyone the same way we expect them to treat us.

Integrity-: we believe that being honest and fair is integral to every aspect of our work. conducting our work with a spirit of sincerity, truthfulness and transparency is imperative.

Creativity-we encourage new ideas, embrace innovative solutions, and create opportunities for meaningful and exciting ways to do our jobs and provide solutions to address the needs of the populations we serve.

Excellence- we strive to provide services that meet and even exceed the expectations of our stakeholders (populations in need, staff, communities and donors).

Empowerment- we are committed to fostering an environment in which our staff, partners and communities where we work have the space to grow, develop and feel confident about participating.

Gender Equality Commitments

  • Ability to foster an environment that reinforces values of women and men, and equal access to information.
  • Provide a work environment where women and men must be evaluated and promoted based on their skills and performance.
  • Respect beneficiaries’ women, men, children (boys and girls) regardless of gender, sex orientation, disability, religion. race, color, ancestry, national origin, age, or marital status.
  • Value and respect for all cultures.


Action Against Hunger-USA provides all staff with an attractive salary & benefits package. We provide equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees & qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, ancestry, sexual orientation, national origin, age, handicap, disability, marital status, or status as a veteran. Action Against Hunger-USA complies with all applicable laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.

How to apply

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Action Against Hunger – Current Openings (

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Business Development Coordinator

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May 282022


Country: South Sudan
Organization: Action Against Hunger USA
Closing date: 9 Jun 2022

Action Against Hunger-USA is part of the Action Against Hunger International network, which provides humanitarian relief in over 40 countries worldwide in the sectors of nutrition, health, water/sanitation, and food security. Action Against Hunger-USA, an independent NGO, currently manages operations in 8 countries: Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan, Somalia, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Haiti.. Action Against Hunger-USA has over $75 million in programs, and approximately 1,600 staff based in in the various country offices, in New York City, Washington D.C, Nairobi, and country offices. Additional growth is anticipated.

Summary of Position

The Business Development Coordinator will ensure overall programme portfolio growth under the strategic leadership of the Programmes Director in Action Against Hunger South Sudan Mission. This position is required to work on new business development opportunities to grow Action Against Hunger South Sudan’s portfolio in a manner that assures ongoing quality, influence and impact. To achieve this goal, the Business Development Coordinator will champion and coordinate Action Against Hunger’s resource acquisition processes from a wide range of donors, multi-lateral organizations, foundations, corporations, as well as a variety of emerging non-traditional funding streams. The position holder will work with the Programmes Director, technical leads regional office, Regional Grants and Contracts Team, USG Business Development Team, and International network member teams to: (a) grow revenue; and (b) achieve excellence in execution of grants through effective grants monitoring, preparation of quality and timely donor reports, and ensuring compliance with donor and internal regulations and standards.


The Business Development Coordinator, role has three main aspects to it: leading grant acquisition, leading and develop country office (CO) grant management effort, compliance and reporting.

Key activities in your role will include:

  • Develop and review the Funding strategy for the Country Office to support the achievement of the goals set in the South Sudan Country Strategy.
  • Ensure that Action Against Hunger South Sudan effectively prepositions for significant donor opportunities (donor identification and engagement), including selection of potential partners in collaboration with Program Director.
  • Produce a clear capture plan in advance for the expected opportunity in coordination with the Program Director.
  • Work closely with staff at Regional Office and Country Office level to develop country-wide intelligence on key donors and actors, as well as portfolio analysis.
  • Support the organization and facilitation of project design workshops, developing concept papers, proposal narratives and log frames, ensuring that high quality standards are met and that proposals meet donor and Action Against Hunger requirements.
  • Lead the post-submission follow-up process. Carry out learning and feedback exercises after submission and in depth reviews of unsuccessful proposals to identify reasons and any lessons learned. Document, share and develop plans to address identified weaknesses.
  • Lead on reporting for program impact and progress including all donor-funded projects, ensuring that reporting requirements are met and all reports are subjected to rigorous quality assurance. Liaise with the regional, HQ and other Action Against Hunger networks for tracking of submitted donor reports.
  • Lead project cycle meetings (e.g. kick off, reviews and closeout meetings), as well as monthly/regular grants management meetings which include representation from each unit (finance, programs, logistics) and ensure proper follow up of issues raised.
  • Monitor and support the use of management tools such as BFUs for the proper monitoring and the successful implementation of programs and early warning in case of obstacles or challenges.
  • Review donor agreements and coordinate their review with the relevant Action Against Hunger regional or network offices.
  • Ensure that grants are implemented in compliance with Action Against Hunger and relevant donor regulations.
  • Ensure that key staff (including partners’) have a clear understanding of donor compliance requirements including any regulatory or contractual changes throughout the project management cycle.
  • Coordinate in the preparation and roll out of local partners’ capacity assessment and strengthening plans in coordination with relevant departments.

Our Core values.

In this position, you are expected to demonstrate Action Against Hunger-USA’s five core values

Respect- we work with compassion and dedication, treating everyone the same way we expect them to treat us.

Integrity-: we believe that being honest and fair is integral to every aspect of our work. conducting our work with a spirit of sincerity, truthfulness and transparency is imperative.

Creativity-we encourage new ideas, embrace innovative solutions, and create opportunities for meaningful and exciting ways to do our jobs and provide solutions to address the needs of the populations we serve.

Excellence- we strive to provide services that meet and even exceed the expectations of our stakeholders (populations in need, staff, communities and donors).

Empowerment- we are committed to fostering an environment in which our staff, partners and communities where we work have the space to grow, develop and feel confident about participating.

Gender Equality Commitments

  • Ability to foster an environment that reinforces values of women and men, and equal access to information.
  • Provide a work environment where women and men must be evaluated and promoted based on their skills and performance.
  • Respect beneficiaries’ women, men, children (boys and girls) regardless of gender, sex orientation, disability, religion. race, color, ancestry, national origin, age, or marital status.
  • Value and respect for all cultures.


  • Degree in International development, Humanitarian assistance, Project Management, Social sciences, Public health or any other relevant field. Post graduate qualification will be an added advantage.
  • 10 years of demonstrable experience in-country grant portfolio management, fundraising, external engagement/networking.
  • Extensive experience in fundraising and meeting revenue targets
  • Experience working with diverse donors i.e., SIDA, WFP, UNICEF, OCHA, GFFO, USAID, ECHO and GAC
  • Demonstrable experience of proposal development and reporting.
  • Solid experience in strategic planning, program development, project management, monitoring and evaluation.
  • Advanced English language proficiency
  • Solid experience in managing complex programs, large budgets and diverse teams
  • Strong team management skills and experience collaborating with key business partners i.e., finance, HR, supply chain management and ensuring that programs receive timely project support and inputs
  • Extensive experience building partnerships with donors, government and other stakeholders including representing a country office in UN and donor coordination mechanisms
  • Strong cross-cultural experience (including leading programs in fragile and stable contexts)


Action Against Hunger-USA provides all staff with an attractive salary & benefits package. We provide equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees & qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, ancestry, sexual orientation, national origin, age, handicap, disability, marital status, or status as a veteran. Action Against Hunger-USA complies with all applicable laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.

How to apply

To apply click on the link below;

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International Protection Officer

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May 272022


Country: South Sudan
Organization: Nonviolent Peaceforce
Closing date: 14 Jun 2022

Job Title: International Protection Officer

Function: Programme Implementation

Job Group: Programme

Duty Station: Various

Administrative Line Manager: Team Leader

Technical Line Manager: Team Leader

Line Management Responsibility: N/A


Nonviolent Peaceforce (NP) is a dynamic, international non-governmental organisation. We work to reduce violence and protect civilians in countries affected by violent conflict and its aftermath. NP implements programming through the deployment of civilian protection teams to the field. NP is continuing to scale up to meet the growing needs in the communities we serve. In South Sudan, NP has a mobile protection response team and 11 field teams providing emergency protection programme for communities affected by violent conflict. Programming is founded on unarmed civilian protection and is thematically focused on protection in displacement, child protection, gender-based violence protection and inter-communal violence reduction.


To implement civilian protection and violence-prevention programming for those affected by the crisis/violent conflict in South Sudan.


Experienced International Protection Officer to implement community-based violence reduction and prevention programming in various locations in South Sudan, in the context of an on-going civil conflict and extremely high levels of displacement. You will be a person with a genuine commitment to working at the community level, to promote Human rights someone who is skilled at building trusting relationships in an extremely polarized political climate. You are not deterred by the complexity of conflict; you are able to analyse conflict dynamics; you are motivated and unendingly persistent in finding and implementing protection and prevention strategies. You will be responsible for working together with other international and national colleagues to directly implement the project and to participate in reporting and documentation. You are comfortable living and working in a remote, physically demanding environment, living full-time in a shared compound environment while enjoying a simple diet.

The successful candidate combines creativity, innovation and demonstrated knowledge of protection, conflict prevention and peacebuilding. S/he is experienced and skilled at converting protection, violence reduction and conflict analysis theory into practical, locally appropriate solutions that effectively increases safety and security of civilians affected by violent conflict. S/he has excellent interpersonal skills and flair for connecting and building trust with people from a wide variety of backgrounds. S/he is solutions focused, strategic and is driven by a keen interest and personal commitment to civilian protection.


  • Provide protective presence and accompaniment to vulnerable groups and persons with specific needs, with particular focus on improving child protection and combating gender-based violence.
  • Assess security risks and implement mitigation strategies for both host and IDP communities.
  • Continuously monitor conflict situation in order to track conflict trends and identify protection needs.
  • Work and live within conflict affected communities to build trust, to establish deep contextual understanding and to effect nonpartisan position
  • Design and implement protection interventions appropriate to context and need within parameters of mandate and projects
  • Identify and flag communities or individuals in need of specialised support services, maintain updated referral pathway, ensure effective dissemination of information
  • Establish and support community protection mechanisms, provide technical skills training in conflict analysis, nonviolent conflict resolution and community based protection strategies
  • Facilitate active participation and leadership of women in community peace and security strategies
  • Monitor all protection issues and coordinate with concerned local authorities and NGOs to ensure that relevant protection partners are fully informed on the situation in the region;
  • Facilitate communications and relationships between communities in conflict, providing proactive engagement to mitigate potential conflict including facilitated dialogue, shuttle diplomacy and the development of specific implementable agreements


Education, Knowledge and Experience

  • 3 -5 years’ work experience in human security, child or civilian protection.
  • Demonstrated successful experience in working in complex security environments
  • Demonstrated experience working with state authorities, negotiation and mediation
  • Demonstrated ability to live, work and solve problems independently and effectively in remote, highly challenging locations
  • Demonstrated ability to analyse conflict, security and political contexts
  • Post secondary education in law, human rights, international human rights law, international humanitarian law, negotiation, mediation, human security or related, or equivalent experience


Independent Judgment/Analytical:

  • Ability to set priorities, solve problems and analyse data
  • Ability to manage information with discretion
  • Demonstrable conflict analysis skills, identify entry points and design prevention and protection strategies


  • Ability to communicate effectively with individuals and motivate and provide leadership to team and to work and live in a multi-cultural environment
  • Solutions focused, creative problem solver
  • Proven ability to build relationships with the full range of actors including government, chiefs, military, police and non state actors
  • Genuine commitment and interest in living and working at the community level
  • Flexibility and adaptability

English Language:

  • Ability to interact confidently in English with colleagues and external contacts, to write documents and reports, and to present effectively relevant information

Information Technology:

  • Good skills in Microsoft Office applications.

Other Specialized Requirements

  • This posting can be physically demanding. Some teams work in remote areas, live in tents, and during field visits there is limited access to electricity or running water. Many of the field visits will require driving through rough terrain or walking long distances.
  • This field site is a complex security environment where conditions change rapidly – experience in insecure environments is essential to success in this position.

How to apply


  • Candidates meeting the above requirements are requested to visit our website and submit a CV (max. 2 pages) and cover letter (max. 1 page). Incomplete applications will not be considered.
  • The closing date for applications is Tuesday, 14th June 2022
  • Candidates may be selected before the closing date, apply early
  • As part of the recruitment process, shortlisted candidates may be asked to complete a written assignment before participating in an interview.
  • Kindly Include your Referees on your CV.


Nonviolent Peaceforce is committed to achieving 50/50 gender balance in its staff at all levels. Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply for this position. However, all qualified applicants regardless of their gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, or age, will be considered for this opportunity.

Nonviolent Peaceforce acknowledges the duty of care to safeguard and promote the welfare of employees, contractors, volunteers, interns, people in communities we serve, and other stakeholders and is committed to ensuring safeguarding practice reflects statutory responsibilities, government guidance and complies with best practice in the Humanitarian and Development sector.



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Fleet Manager

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May 272022


Country: South Sudan
Organization: CTG
Closing date: 3 Jun 2022

CTG overview:

  • CTG staff and support humanitarian projects in fragile and conflict-affected countries around the world, providing a rapid and cost-effective service for development and humanitarian missions. With past performance in 17 countries – from the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and Asia, we have placed more than 20,000 staff all over the world since operations began in 2006.
  • CTG recruits, deploys and manages the right people with the right skills to implement humanitarian and development projects, from cleaners to obstetricians, and mechanics to infection specialists, we’re skilled in emergency response to crises such as the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Key to successful project delivery is the ability to mobilise at speed; CTG can source and deploy anyone, anywhere, in less than 2 weeks and have done so in 48 hours on a number of occasions.
  • Through our efficient and agile HR, logistical and operational services, CTG saves multilateral organisations time and money. We handle all our clients’ HR related issues, so they are free to focus on their core services.
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Overview of position:

  • Based at Juba & reporting to the Administration Officer in charge of Fleet Management. The Fleet Manager will plan, implement, monitor & execute sound vehicle management policies & guidelines ensuring a cost effective & efficient country office fleet.

Role Objectives:

Vehicle planning & management:

  • Ensure fleet availability to meet all requests by scheduling, forecasting & surveying current user trends.
  • Maintain knowledge & utilize all fleet information & user surveys to forecast new requirements.
  • Arrange fleets & fleet operational staff to provide support & schedule special event planning.
  • Perform vehicle registration, insurance and CHP formalities & documentation regarding induction of new vehicles in existing fleet.
  • Oversee routine & ad hoc maintenance, liaising with the Head of Fleet on the scheduled & unscheduled maintenance, quality spare parts, reviewing the different requirements from different field offices on the maintenance issues.
  • Monitor & ensure fleet operation in compliance with both local state & our clients rules & regulations e.g insurance policies, registration & renewal of log books, annual inspection of vehicles in liaison with protocol unit.
  • Streamline & monitor fuel deliveries & vehicle purchase system with assistance of fuel cards for all vehicles & drivers.
  • Liaising with fleet center, plan for timely replacement of the vehicles that have reached 5 years / 150,000 km, seeking approval from management.
  • In liaison with the asset management, plan for vehicle disposal in line with the responsible asset management directive on vehicle disposal & GVLP guidelines.


  • Work closely with admin budgeting focal point to provide budgets for the GVLP leases & insurance covers both comprehensive & local insurance & VTS expenses.
  • Follow up with administration focal point for timely issuance of zint POs & payments of expenses relating to the above.
  • Provide timely projections for review with the Head of Fleet management of any unforeseen / foreseen expenditure as pertains to fleet management both in the country office & the field offices.

FMS / novacom reporting & analytics:

  • Continuous review of the data accuracy in the FMS ensuring refresher trainings to all new / appointed focal points.
  • Provide data & analytics on fuel consumptions, maintenance costs & utilization rates of the CO fleet, providing trends & recommendations on improving cost efficiencies.
  • Utilizing GPS systems to monitor drivers & vehicles in case of theft.
  • Review the weekly notifications & reports from novacom on the over speeding, reports, working with the field offices.


  • Review the training needs of the transport team & recommend for trainings.
  • Schedule the mandatory trainings & liaise with fleet center for both virtual & on site trainings when required.
  • Liaise with fleet centre for upcoming webinars/trainings.

Project reporting:

  • This role reports to the Administration Officer in charge of Fleet Management.

Key competencies:

  • University Degree in Business / Public Administration.
  • Experience in administration.
  • Support in leading projects & input into function policies.
  • Must be experienced in budgeting & advanced analytics.
  • Must be fluent in the English language.

Team management:

  • This role has no team management responsibility.

Further information:

  • Qualified female candidates are encouraged to apply for this role.

How to apply

Candidates interested in applying for this role need to register on CTG website as a candidate & apply for this role using the below link:

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Internal Control Analyst

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May 262022


Countries: Kenya, South Sudan
Organization: Samaritan’s Purse
Closing date: 30 May 2022

Samaritan’s Purse is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1970, Samaritan’s Purse has helped meet needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God’s love through His Son, Jesus Christ.

Job Summary

The role of the Internal Control Analyst is to support the South Sudan Project Field Office (SSPFO) by advising on the internal controls and management of resources across the field office. These resources refer to both tangible (funds, human resources, goods and assets) and intangible resources (services, information, data, knowledge and reputation). To serve as the lead on planning and conducting operational, financial and compliance checks to evaluate the effectiveness of internal controls, review compliance with Samaritan’s Purse policies, procedures, regulations, and advise the SSPFO with the aim to increase efficiency and/or effectiveness of the internal controls. The Internal Control Analyst will liaise with Finance, Procurement, Human Resources and Grants team to identify any internal control and Donor compliance gaps and ensure internal processes and policies relating to compliance are instituted, understood, and maintained.

Key Responsibilities;

Internal Control Monitoring:

  • Develop and implement the approved South Sudan Internal Control Monitoring Plan
  • Conduct and supervise internal control assessments;
  • Prepare and present Internal Control Monitoring reports to advise the SMT (Senior Management Team) on any identified internal control issues;
  • Assist the SMT in developing action plans to address internal control issues;
  • Assist the SMT in the implementation and follow-up of action plans;
  • Coordinate with the department heads to share internal control issues identified and the developed action plans to mitigate the risk;
  • Develop and maintain internal control monitoring tools based on Samaritan’s Purse policies and procedures;
  • Perform monthly internal control monitoring of Finance, Procurement, Logistics and Human Resources;
  • Assist the CD (Country Director) in the event of required investigations related to issues of fraud or allegations of misconduct by staff members;
  • Protect and maintain information acquired in the course of performing duties in a confidential manner. Information will only be disclosed with appropriate approval from the SMT and in accordance with Samaritan’s Purse policy.

External Audit:

  • Assist the SMT and department heads in the preparation for external audits;
  • Participate with the SMT in the audit kick off and close out meetings of each external audit and reviews;
  • Advise SMT on lessons learned from previous audits and highlight donor guidelines;
  • Assist SMT in the drafting of official responses to the external audit queries;
  • Follow-up on the external audit recommendations and ensure implementation of the recommendations from external audits.


  • Ensure that all SOP’s (Standard Operating Procedures) are align with policy and are current with approved supporting documentation;
  • Monthly random sampling of procurement documentation and review the processes being used to ensure that we are complying with SOP’s and agreed practices;
  • Evaluate the procurement process, from the raising of a PR through to delivery and payment. Measure efficiency, set standards. targets and report monthly analysis of findings;
  • Carry out independent shopper activities and market surveys, to ensure the prices we obtain are in alignment with received invoices and agreed price lists;
  • Survey suppliers about their interaction with SP and their relationship to staff and management, reporting this to the SMT in Juba;
  • Be available to support investigations upon request of CD or RT.

Training sessions / lessons learn / best practice

  • Develop training programs for internal policies, donor requirements and applicable government laws and regulations changes, fraud and topics identified as potential risk areas;
  • Contribute to proactive dissemination and use of knowledge gained through monitoring activities among international and national staff;


  • Perform any other related activities as assigned

Education / Experience Needed

  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting or Auditing;
  • At least 5-7 years of experience in a similar role in humanitarian aid context, with strong understanding of risk;
  • Field experience in a resource – poor and cross cultural setting;
  • Experience with major donors OFDA, UNHCR, WFP, FFP

Skills Required

  • Fluent in written and spoken English language;
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills;
  • Strong negotiation and interpersonal skills, and flexibility in cultural and organizational terms;
  • Ability to work well and under pressure;
  • Computer literate.

How to apply

Interested applicants should submit their C.V. and an application letter ONLY to to be received not later than Monday 30th May, 2022. Certificates and testimonials need not be attached. Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis.

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South Sudan: Deputy Area Coordinator – Maban

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May 262022


Country: South Sudan
Organization: ACTED
Closing date: 25 Jun 2022



Created in 1993, ACTED is an international non-governmental organization pursuing a dual mandate of emergency response and development interventions in 40 of some of the world’s most vulnerable countries affected by conflicts, disasters or socio-economic hardship. With a team of 7,000 national staff and 400 international staff, ACTED implements 500 projects a year to support more than 20 million beneficiaries, notably in hard-to-reach areas.

ACTED goes to the last mile through programs and approaches that look beyond the immediate emergency towards opportunities for longer term livelihood reconstruction and sustainable development. Guided by the motto “Think Local, Act Global” and its 3Zero –Zero Exclusion, Zero Carbon, and Zero Poverty – strategy, ACTED puts local territories at the centre and provides a tailored support to local needs.

ACTED South Sudan

ACTED operations in South Sudan aim to improve food security, ensure access to livelihoods and develop resilience and emergency programmes. Since the eruption of the South Sudanese conflict in December 2013, ACTED has been contributing to the delivery of humanitarian services to internally displaced persons, refugees and host communities. As camp manager ACTED continues to coordinate and provide camp management services in Protection of Civilian (POC) site in Juba and Bor, informal settlements in Wau and refugee camps in Maban.

You will be in charge of

1. Positioning

Context analysis:

  • Support thr AC to analyse the area’s socio-economic situation, (donor) trends, needs and gaps;
  • Regularly conduct stakeholder analysis, in particular who does what and where (3W) in the area.

Strategy Implementation: Provide support in the implemetation of ACTED’s coutry program strategy in the area identifying strategic opportunities for expanding ACTED’s work in the area, and in particular :

  • Support in the identification of new opportunities and new sectors of intervention;
  • Assist in consolidating and stabilizing programming;
  • Review the geographic and thematic footprint;
  • Ensure activities are relevant and meeting area/beneficiary needs;
  • Identify ACTED added-value;
  • Ensure humanitarian principals are adhered to;
  • Contribute to identifying new donors, private sector partners, national and international NGOs, think tanks, academia, etc. to work with in the area based on complementarity and added value;.

Networking, positioning and general representation:

  • When requested, participate in donor meetings at area level and communicate relevant information to the Country Director and other relevant staff;
  • Maintain active and regular working relationships with other NGOs, UN agencies, clusters, working groups, consortia, etc. at area level ensuring maximum visibility of ACTED
  • Maintain active and regular working relationships with local authorities and where necessary non-state actors and obtain required authorizations and buy-in for ACTED’s activities at area level
  • When requested, represent ACTED in key clusters, working groups, NGO coordination bodies, etc. at area level

Proposal development:

  • Support the Project Development Department in proposal conceptualisation (problem statement, logframe) within the framework of the country, regional and global strategy
  • Contribute to budget design ensure budget needs at area level have been taken into consideration

Advocacy: Contribute to drafting issues papers, advocacy notes, press releases on relevant humanitarian and development issues in the area of operation

2. Management and Internal Coordination

Staff Management:

  • Help staff in the area to perform their roles and responsibilities related to area operations and link with the capital Head of Departments
  • Promote team building, productivity and staff welfare
  • Mentor and support the team to build capacities, and improve efficiency and performance, and follow career management
  • Support the AC to manage interpersonal conflicts among staff at area level

Internal Coordination:

  • Facilitate interdepartmental communication and information sharing for a positive working environment
  • Implement ACTED coordination mechanism at area level (WAM, MAR, FLAT meeting, etc.)

3. Project Implementation Follow-up

Project Implementation Tracking :

  • Support Project Managers in project implementation through trouble shooting and eliminating blocking points
  • Monitor output achievement, cash burn rates and ensure a time completion of projects through review of PMFs, BFUs and project reports
  • Ensure that relevant project information are up-to-date and available for reporting purposes

Project Quality Control:

  • Ensure the application of a practical field based M&E system/plan for each project
  • Conduct frequent field visits to project sites to assess activities and ensure efficient use of resources
  • Help Project Managers to adapt projects according to monitoring and evaluation findings
  • Ensure beneficiary feedback mechanisms are in place
  • Support with the documentation of best practices and lessons learnt for projects in the area of operations.

Partner Management:

  • Identify potential local partners in the area based on an assessment of complementarity and added value
  • Provide support to partners in project implementation and ensure timely and qualitative implementation of projects by partners in line with ACTED and donor requirements

4. FLATS Management

Finance Management:

  • Support in the management of project budgets at area level to avoid under/over spending
  • Help with budget forecasting
  • Ensure timely and accurate area finance TITANIC reporting

Logistics & IT Management:

  • Support the timely procurement and adherence to rules of origin and nationality at area level
  • Ensure quality supply management at area level
  • Ensure proper asset management at area level and enforce asset investment policy
  • Ensure proper stock management at area level
  • Ensure proper IT systems, data back-up and protection from malware at area level
  • Ensure sufficient and reliable means of communication at area level
  • Ensure timely and accurate area logistics TITANIC reporting

Administration and HR Management:

  • Oversee transparent and timely recruitment of national staff and contribute to international staff recruitment upon capital request
  • Ensure regular performance appraisal and career management for staff at area level
  • Ensure timely and accurate area HR TITANIC reporting
  • Ensure timely exit forms

Transparency/Compliance Management:

  • Minimize risk of fraud and corruption by ensuring adherence to ACTED FLATS procedures
  • Ensure that staff is aware of ACTED’s transparency and whistle blowing policy

Security Management :

  • Support the AC in the analysis of the security context at area level
  • Upon request, engage with relevant key stakeholders at area level to ensure access and support of interventions
  • Ensure the offices and houses conform to recommended security, health and safety standards
  • Ensure all staff in the area adhere to security procedures
  • Ensure security incidents at area level are promptly reported to the capital

Expected skills and qualifications

  • University education in a relevant field such as international development, emergency operations, humanitarian programming, technical degree in camp management, or the like
  • Extensive project management experience (management, planning, staff development and training skills) in emergency and/or development programmes
  • Base management skills preferred
  • At least four years relevant work experience
  • Proven capabilities in leadership and management required
  • Ability to work well and punctually under pressure
  • Excellent skills in written and spoken English
  • Strong negotiation and interpersonal skills, and flexibility in cultural and organizational terms
  • Ability to work well and punctually under pressure
  • Knowledge of local language and/or regional experience an asset


  • Salary defined by the ACTED salary grid depending on education level, expertise, security level and experience
  • Living allowance of 300 USD
  • Lodging and food provided in the ACTED Guesthouse / or housing allowance (depending on the contract lenght and country of assignement)
  • Flight tickets in and out + Visa taken in charge by ACTED
  • Provision of medical and repatriation insurances

How to apply

Send your application (resume and cover letter) to Ref: DAC/SSUD
Please note that ACTED does not charge any fee at any stage of the recruitment process.

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South Sudan: CCCM Cluster (Co-) Coordinator – Juba

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May 262022


Country: South Sudan
Organization: ACTED
Closing date: 25 Jun 2022

Fixed term | 12 months | ASAP


Since 1993, as an international non-governmental organization, ACTED has been committed to immediate humanitarian relief to support those in urgent need and protect people’s dignity, while co-creating longer term opportunities for sustainable growth and fulfilling people’s potential.

ACTED endeavors to respond to humanitarian crises and build resilience; promote inclusive and sustainable growth; co-construct effective governance and support the building of civil society worldwide by investing in people and their potential.

We go the last mile: ACTED’s mission is to save lives and support people in meeting their needs in hard to reach areas. With a team of 4,600 national staff 400 international staff, ACTED is active in 38 countries and implements more than 500 projects a year reaching over 20 million beneficiaries.

ACTED South Sudan

ACTED operations in South Sudan aim to improve food security, ensure access to livelihoods and develop resilience and emergency programmes. Since the eruption of the South Sudanese conflict in December 2013, ACTED has been contributing to the delivery of humanitarian services to internally displaced persons, refugees and host communities. As camp manager ACTED continues to coordinate and provide camp management services in Protection of Civilian (POC) site in Juba and Bor, informal settlements in Wau and refugee camps in Maban.

You will be in charge of

Ensure a coherent and effective CCCM response, by mobilizing cluster partners to respond in a strategic manner.

Promote best practice and relevant standards amongst partners engaged in CCCM response, with particular attention placed on Do-No-Harm principles.

1. Cluster Coordination

a) Assume overall responsibility for co-leadership of the CCCM ;

b) Work closely with other key members of the CCCM, including National, Provincial or Local Governments, OCHA, UNICEF and all other cluster members;

c) Secure commitments from humanitarian actors responding to or supporting the cluster response;

d) Support both multi-sector and CCCMspecific needs assessments and utilise existing secondary to inform sector response planning;

e) Identify gaps in the sector’s current coverage and advocate to address these gaps amongst humanitarian actors on behalf the affected population;

f) Lead updating of the CCCM Cluster work plan, and co-ordinate the harmonisation of response activities, ensuring that activities prevent overlap and duplication and thus maximize resources;

g) Ensure that inter-agency response strategy for CCCM reflects key findings from needs assessments, identifying gaps, and formulating a sector-wide interagency response plan, taking into account the cross-cutting areas from other sectors or clusters.

h) Ensure that information is shared amongst cluster members, and that information from other sectors and clusters is made available to cluster members in order to improve planning, integration and implementation;

i) Ensure clear and effective communication occurs between the field and the national cluster;

j) Contribute to regular OCHA sitreps, and take an active part in OCHA co-ordination meetings;

k) Ensure, along with the Cluster coordinator, representation of the CCCMin all relevant external meetings and collect/share information as relevant;

l) Ensure CCCM is explicitly included and prioritized in all multi-sector assessments and reports, including OCHA Sitreps;

m) Track and monitor cluster members fundraising for CCCM specific interventions, and ensure that members are aware of funding opportunities;

n) If the country response has access to Humanitarian Pooled Funds, work with members to identify key cluster priorities, assess submitted projects in regards to these priorities, their cost –effectiveness, and the needs of the affected population. Recommend the most effective projects for funding to the Humanitarian/Resident Coordinator regardless of submitting agency;

o) Participate actively with the Cluster Lead Agency to global humanitairian planning activities such as Humanitarian Needs Overviews (HNOs) and Humanitarian Response Plan (HRPs);

p) Form and chair any related Technical Working Groups that are requested by the cluster members;

q) Consult and identify how the CCCM cluster should facilitate the move towards early recovery and plan an exit strategy for the cluster;

r) Ensure that NGO perspectives and the consensus view of NGO cluster members is represenated within the Humanitarian Country Team and associated documents produced.

2. Capacity Building

a) Carry out capacity mapping of all current and potential CCCM actors – government, national and international humanitarian organizations as well as national institutions and the private sector;

b) Promote and support training of humanitarian personnel and capacity building of humanitarian partners, based on the mapping and understanding of available capacity;

c) Identify learning and training opportunities for CCCM cluster members and work in increase capacity in preparedness and response within the cluster

d) Ensure that cluster participants are aware of relevant policy guidelines, technical standards and relevant commitments that the Government/concerned authorities have undertaken under international human rights law;

e) Promote Protection main-streaming and regard for Do-No-Harm principles into the response of CCCM members. Liaise with the Protection, Child Protection, GBV, mine-action working groups where necessary ;

f) Where appropriate, ensure that capacity building of ACTED programme staff occurs in order to ensure on-going sustainability and quality of ACTED’s CCCM response.

Take steps to move the CCCM in line with the principles of the Transformative Agenda (e.g. accountability to the affected population, beneficiary participation)

Expected skills and qualifications

  • At least 5 years of experience in project implementation on the field, preferably in an international context;
  • Being a strong team player
  • Familiarity with the aid system, and ability to understand donor and governmental requirement;
  • Excellent communication and drafting skills
  • Ability to coordinate and manage staff and project activities
  • Proven ability to work creatively and independently both in the field and in the office;
  • Ability to organize and plan effectively
  • Ability to work with culturally diverse groups of people;
  • Ability to travel and work in difficult conditions and under pressure;
  • Fluent English skills required
  • Knowledge of local language and/or regional experience is an asset


  • Salary defined by the ACTED salary grid depending on education level, expertise, security level and experience
  • Living allowance of 300 USD
  • Lodging and food provided in the ACTED Guesthouse / or housing allowance (depending on the contract lenght and country of assignement)
  • Flight tickets in and out + Visa taken in charge by ACTED
  • Provision of medical and repatriation insurances

How to apply

Send your application (resume and cover letter) to Ref:CC CCCM/SSUD
Please note that ACTED does not charge any fee at any stage of the recruitment process.

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Programme Management Advisor (Sr. Programme Officer)

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May 252022


Country: South Sudan
Organization: UNOPS
Closing date: 5 Jun 2022

Background Information – PSC

Peace and Security Cluster

For over 20 years, the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) Peace and Security Cluster (PSC) has provided its largest partner, UNMAS, with interlinked portfolio, Programme and project management services that are reinforced by comprehensive management and oversight controls.

Under this umbrella, the Cluster is responsible for the day-to-day management of UNMAS Field Programmes through a comprehensive approach encompassing areas such as human resources, procurement and contract management, as well as planning, implementation and risk management, that is supported by cross-cutting initiatives that include knowledge and information management, and gender, diversity and inclusion. This comprehensive delivery platform is implemented according to client requirements and in line with UNOPS rules and regulations through the leadership of the Cluster Director, who has the overall authority and accountability for the performance of PSC on behalf of its clients.

Background Information – Job-specific

The Mine Action Office in South Sudan is based in Juba and it supports the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) as well as the national demining authorities in coordinating Mine Action activities in South Sudan.

The program has been coordinating and providing Quality Assurance (QA) of all humanitarian mine action activities throughout South Sudan since 2004. UNMAS South Sudan’s’ current operations focus on hazardous area surveys, landmine and ERW clearance and destruction, route verification and clearance, emergency mitigation measures for improperly stored ammunition, Explosive Ordnance Risk Education for UN personnel, humanitarian partners and vulnerable groups, entry point control using Explosive Detection Dogs (EDD) and data management.

Functional Responsibilities

Functions/Key Results

1. Support the UNMAS Chief of Mine Action Programme (CMAP) with programme development, planning and coordination;

2. On behalf of the CMAP development and follow up of resource mobilization opportunities;

3. On behalf of the CMAP, support stakeholder coordination, representation, and inter-agency collaboration;

4. Project management;

5. Knowledge management and document management;

6. People management.

1. Programme development planning and coordination

• Under the CMAP’s leadership, coordinate the development and articulation of the Programme Strategy (PS) in line with relevant UN and government and/or national or regional strategies, and review/update at necessary intervals. • Support the Head of Project Unit to ensure PS and related work plans are accurately budgeted and resourced. • Support the management team to translate the Strategy into implementation/results work plans and associated monitoring mechanisms and draft project documents as needed for the implementation of the programme. • Coordinate and collaborate with relevant stakeholders in-country and at HQ, to ensure aligned and coherent planning and implementation processes.

2. Development and follow up of resource mobilization opportunities

• Monitor humanitarian and development, inform CMAP of trends and needs to identify potential areas of intervention within UN mandates and existing capacity. • Stay abreast of policies on mine action, UN policies, and cross-cutting priorities, such as gender, diversity, conflict sensitivity, sustainability, and environment, to be included in project delivery as relevant. • On behalf of CMAP, coordinate preparation of programme documents, including concept notes, proposals, and associated budgets. • Draft and/or review funding agreements and other project documents required for the signature and implementation of new projects.

3. Programme management support

• Analyze funding agreements and develop compliance plans and monitoring frameworks to guide key departments and management team to meet requirements of funding agreements, in coordination with HQ. • In collaboration with relevant personnel, establish monitoring mechanisms to measure delivery against targets outlined in funding agreements. • Provide review/input to scopes of work for procurement processes to ensure the requirements of the relevant funding sources are reflected in agreements with implementing partners. Review implementing partner reports to ensure requirements are being met. • Track programme results against targets, alert relevant management if delivery is not on track, compile data and draft reports to internal and external stakeholders and support the management team to prepare for internal reviews. • Coordinate information flow between implementation teams, and headquarters, particularly related to any deviations that would require revisions to the relevant legal agreement; when required, coordinate budget and activity revisions to funding agreements. • Prepare, and provide editing support for, high quality summary and analytical reports including, but not limited to, project reports, annual reports, situation reports, briefing notes, code cables, and UN reports. • Prepare written summaries of meetings/visits and ensure relevant team members implement follow-up actions, as appropriate; research and prepare analytical, and sometimes sensitive, documents for the management team. • Coordinate communications between the Country Programme office and the headquarters Programme, Portfolio Management, and Risk, Quality and Partnership teams to support compliance to programme documents and funding agreements, and the implementation of policies, processes and methods according to internal standards.

4. Stakeholder coordination, representation, and inter-agency collaboration

• Support the CMAP to establish and build relationships with UN, international organizations, donors, governments, and mine action stakeholders for the purposes of facilitating activities and improving the quality and relevance of programme implementation. • On behalf of the CMAP, participate in, contribute to and report on the relevant inter-agency, UN mission, donor and inter-governmental coordination meetings in consultation with relevant programme technical experts when required. Support the management team with UN common planning and programming processes, including strategic country analysis, humanitarian response plans, integrated strategic frameworks, etc. • Coordinate, participate in, or contribute to the Mine Action Area of Responsibility/Sub-Cluster under the Protection Cluster, where relevant, including the formulation of the mine action components for the Humanitarian Needs Overview and Response Plan Response plan, in collaboration with the UNMAS Geneva office. • Support the applications of policies, practices and procedures associated with the overall implementation of the Humanitarian Programme Cycle and associated funding and monitoring mechanisms, where relevant, in collaboration with the UNMAS Geneva office. • On behalf of the CMAP support the development of communication strategies, linked to resource mobilization strategies, where relevant, to maximise communication impact and outreach and build awareness of the Country Programme. • Support design, coordination and dissemination of public information products and communication activities as well as gather and draft content for communications products and platforms. • Support CMAP preparations for official meetings, events, briefings, and field visits, and prepare talking points, briefing notes, presentations and speeches for the management team and senior UN officials.

5. Knowledge management and document management and innovation

• Maintain records of programme files and other necessary programme documents such as documentation of decisions and actions taken on programme issues. • Implement relevant standards, tools and templates to effectively manage programme and project development and implementation. • Identify, contribute to, record and share the ongoing development and implementation of best practice, lessons identified, and innovative approaches to improve overall programme performance. • Contribute to the management and upkeep of risk management and issue management logs and processes.

6. People management

• Perform the programme team manager role, unless appointed to another person(s). • Ensure the effective planning, recruitment and development of a flexible workforce with the skills and competencies needed to ensure optimum performance, and ensure gender and geographical diversity. • Lead and motivate the programme team. • Foster a positive work environment, respectful of both men and women, and ensure that the highest standards of conduct are observed. • Have a thorough understanding of UNOPS personnel contract modalities (including ICA and Staff). • Act as CMAP/HPU in the absence of senior management.

Education/Experience/Language requirements


  • Advanced University Degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) with a minimum of seven (7) years of relevant experience OR
  • A First Level University Degree (Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent) with a minimum of nine (9) years of relevant experience is required.


  • Relevant experience is defined as progressive experience in programme/project development or management, in either public or private sector organizations.


  • Fluency in English (reading, writing and speaking) is required.



How to apply

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Consultancy-Protection Assessment NRC South Sudan

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May 252022


Country: South Sudan
Organization: Norwegian Refugee Council
Closing date: 3 Jun 2022

Terms of Reference (TOR)


South Sudan remains one of the most severe protection crises in the world with high levels of GBV and significant gross human rights violations. Protection challenges in the form of violence, coercion, exploitation, discrimination, abuse, deliberate deprivation, or neglect of vulnerable individuals/groups threaten the safety, dignity and wellbeing of displaced and conflict affected persons. Flooding has continued to increase vulnerability and expose communities, particularly children and women, to multiple protection risks including violence, loss of life, injury, family separation, gender-based violence, sexual exploitation and abuse, and other protection risks associated with negative coping mechanisms. Continued displacement has weakened the protective environment, undermined resilience, and challenged recovery due to the extensive destruction of property that accompanied these crises.

Repeated shocks have weakened community-based structures and services, and limitations to access services will continue to push families to adopt negative coping mechanisms that expose the vulnerable, particularly children and women, to violence, exploitation, abuse, recruitment, trafficking, child labor, and forced marriage. According to the 2021 FSMNS+, an average of 7 per cent of children drop out of school due to various reasons including high costs associated with education, forced/early marriage, distance to school, and cattle keeping responsibilities. Continued outbreaks of violence, food insecurity, and floods in some parts of the country continue to weaken the protective environment for children and significantly impair the capacity of families to appropriately care for children, putting them at risk of violence, abuse, neglect, and exploitation. Climate shocks, severe drought, massive flooding, and conflicts have contributed to the increase in GBV risks.

In South Sudan, NRC is through static presence delivering humanitarian assistance and responding to humanitarian needs by providing assistance such as shelter, education, food security, livelihoods, legal assistance, and water, sanitation and hygiene sectors to most vulnerable communities in North (Wau, Alek and Aweil), Jonglei (Bor, Twic East and Akobo), Unity (Mayom, Koch and Leer) and Central Equatoria (Juba and Kajo Keji). NRC in South Sudan also provides lifesaving assistance to vulnerable people through mobile emergency teams.NRC seeks to carry out a protection assessment in selected areas on Unity, Jonglei and Central Equatoria states to is to provide essential information about protection risks, capacities, and vulnerabilities specific to conflict affected populations (internally displaced persons, returnees, and host populations).

The consultant will be engaged by the NRC South Sudan Country Office to conduct a protection assessment in 5 counties namely Akobo and Bor South (Jonglei state), Kajo Keji (Central Equatorua state); Koch and Leer (Unity State) that will inform NRC protection programming in South Sudan. In particular, the objectives of the assessment are 1) To identify and establish the different protection risks and issues affecting women, men, boys, and girls (WMBGs) and elder of different age groups including elderly persons living with and without a disability. 2) To establish existing strategies and resources used by WMBGs to identify, mitigate, and respond to identified protection risks and issues. 3) To establish the different protection and other essential services available, access by people at heightened risk and main access barriers to available services


  • An inception report which responds to the scope of work detailing an overview of secondary data review, proposed methodology, detailed work plan and budget.
  • Final data collection tools and analysis plans
  • A field work implementation plan.
  • Validation and feedback workshop with NRC team
  • A final assessment report incorporating feedback from NRC and detailing methodology, context and analyzed findings and recommendations.
  • A summarized PowerPoint presentation on main findings, recommendations, and conclusions for debrief and dissemination purposes
  • Appropriate annexes, notes, and a bibliography must be included and completed to a professional publishable standard as part of the final report.


The consultant(s) will be expected to adopt a mixed method approach which will entail combining qualitative and quantitative methods. A solid assessment methodology will be developed by the consultant and presented in the inception report, including a detailed data collection approach matrix. The assessment team will develop data gathering instruments and methods which allow collecting age, sex and displacement status disaggregated data.

The instruments need to make provision for the triangulation of data where possible. Outlined below is the suggested methodological approach for the consultant(s) to collect quantitative and qualitative data.

  • Desk and document review of all relevant documentation.
  • Semi-structured interviews with key stakeholders. This would include a sample of project beneficiaries, key government officials, representatives of both national and international non-governmental organizations, implementing partners working in the areas and key NRC programme and support teams (including area and field offices)
  • A questionnaire survey which will be administered among a sample of stakeholders, to complement the qualitative information collected through KIIs

Criteria for selection

  • Master’s Degree in Social Sciences, Community Development, or other related fields and extensive experience in protection in humanitarian and emergency contexts.
  • Extensive knowledge of the context and demonstrate a strong understanding on matters related to protection.
  • A strong understanding of gender, humanitarian and protection issues and the social, cultural and economic context.
  • Is familiar with social and cultural norms, and attitudes especially in relation to protection.
  • Demonstrated experience in conducting protection assessments with excellent proven experience conducting assessments and research using various methodologies such as in-depth interviews, focus group discussions, etc.
  • Previous experience undertaking similar assignments in remote and/or hard-to-reach areas
  • Excellent report writing and quantitative and qualitative data collection and analytical skills.
  • Fluency in English, knowledge or Nuer and Dinka will be an added advantage
  • Experience in working with NGOs, CBOs, and displaced population and communities.
  • Extensive experience in gender and protection analysis
  • Excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills.
  • Excellent analytical and report writing skills.


The exercise will take place between July and September 2022

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How to apply

Interested consultant(s) should submit a bid, which must include the following:

  • Technical proposal not exceeding 5 pages outlining assessment framework and methods, proposed time frame, work plan and any comments on the TOR. The proposal must include a statement of ethical standards and short risk analysis of the assessment with proposed mitigating strategies.
  • Outline of consultant(s) experience in similar work.
  • Proposed assessment budget
  • CVs of the consultant(s)
  • At least two examples of similar work undertaken.
  • Application Deadline: June 3, 2022
  • Send application to:
  • For inquiries:
  • When applying, include as subject area ‘NRC SS Protection Assessment’

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