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Senior PHEPR Advisor

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Jul 292021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: ICAP
Closing date: 16 Aug 2021

ICAP at Columbia University, a global health leader situated within the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health in New York City, seeks highly qualified candidates to serve as Senior PHEPR Advisor to be based in Juba, South Sudan. The incumbent will be responsible to lead ICAP South Sudan’s ongoing and upcoming global health security portfolio.

ICAP seeks highly qualified and experienced candidates to fill the Senior PHEPR Advisor position by July 07, 2021.The successful candidate will hold Master’s degree in epidemiology, public health or related discipline preferably medicines and a minimum of 7 to 10 years of experience years of experience in public health/ outbreak preparedness and response, general public health programming and management at international level.

The incumbent will have a 5+ years of experiences in emergencies (chronic, conflict or transitional settings) specifically including deployment to acute emergencies. He or she must have a demonstrated mastery of public health in emergency contexts, with specialization in one or more of the following: infectious disease epidemiology and surveillance, and waterborne disease prevention (water, sanitation, and hygiene). The Senior PHEPR Advisors will also have project monitoring and evaluation experience and experience in developing and facilitating trainings and workshops;

Please view the position description herein. Snr PHEPR Advisor.pdf

The position is contingent upon availability of grant funding. ICAP at Columbia University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. It does not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on the basis of race, color, sex, gender, religion, creed, national and ethnic origin, age, citizenship, status as a perceived or actual victim of domestic violence, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, status as a Vietnam era or disabled veteran, or any other legally protected status.

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Strategic Information Advisor

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Jul 292021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: ICAP
Closing date: 16 Aug 2021

ICAP at Columbia University, a global health leader situated within the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health in New York City, seeks a Strategic Information Advisor to be based in South Sudan (or alternatively East African region). The incumbent will be responsible to provide high-level strategic information, surveillance, emergency operations, and health information systems in South Sudan.

ICAP seeks highly qualified and experienced candidates to fill the Strategic Information Advisor position by August 2021.The successful candidate will hold Master Degree in Public Health or equivalent and a minimum of six (6) years of experience working in strategic information, monitoring & evaluation and surveillance systems in resource-limited settings.

The position is contingent upon availability of grant funding. Columbia University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. It does not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on the basis of race, color, sex, gender, religion, creed, national and ethnic origin, age, citizenship, status as a perceived or actual victim of domestic violence, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, status as a Vietnam era or disabled veteran, or any other legally protected status.

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Baseline study on extending social protection to migrant workers in IGAD Region

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Jul 292021
 

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Countries: Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan
Organization: International Labour Organization
Closing date: 13 Aug 2021

1. Context

The IGAD region is characterized by migratory movements driven by multiple political, economic, and environmental factors, making it difficult to establish clear lines between categories of migrants, refugees and forcibly displaced populations. Well-governed labour migration can contribute to sustainable development for countries of origin, transit and destination, and can provide benefits and opportunities for migrant workers and their families. On the contrary, poorly governed labour migration can bring risks and challenges, including for sustainable development and decent work, in countries of origin, transit and destination, especially for low-wage workers. Cognizant of these, IGAD and its member States have taken steps to manage and address the issue of migration in the region. In this regard, among other things, IGAD and its Member States have developed and adopted comprehensive migration policy framework, the IGAD Regional Migration Policy Framework in 2012 and further developed Migration Action plan (MAP) 2015-2020. Currently, ministers of labour and ministers of interior of the IGAD member states have endorsed the IGAD protocol on Free Movement of Persons. All these instruments identified facilitation labour mobility, and free movement of persons, including establishment and residence as their strategic priority.

In order to support IGAD and its member States towards establishing a free movement of persons regime, the ILO is implementing a technical cooperation project entitled “Free Movement of Persons and Transhumance in the IGAD Region: Improving Opportunities for Regular Labour Mobility (FMPT)” with the financial support of the European Union. The overall objective of the project is to improve opportunities for regulated labour mobility and decent work within the IGAD member States through the development of models of intervention, in the broader context of regional integration.

In this context, the ILO in close collaboration with IGAD secretariat plans to conduct an assessment of existing social security systems and examine the prospects for the conclusion of a sub-regional multilateral social security agreement or bilateral social security agreements between IGAD member states in light of the provisions on the Draft IGAD Protocol on Free Movement of Persons. Up on completion of the assessment, a regional training workshop will be organized to share the findings and recommendations of the study with stakeholders and further initiate dialogue among member states on how ideals for extending social protection to migrant workers. In this context, the ILO is seeking the service of an international consultant to conduct the assessment and present the findings in a regional workshop.

2. Background

Social security is a basic human right enshrined in major international instruments such as the Declaration of Philadelphia (1944) which is an integral part of the Constitution of the International Labour Organization, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948), the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (1966), and the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Their Families (1990).

Although everyone has the right to social security, significant coverage gaps persist. Overall 71 per cent of the world population, including many migrant workers, lack access to comprehensive social protection. Migrants, as compared to nationals working their entire lives in one country, face legal and practical obstacles in exercising their right to social security and effectively accessing social protection benefits including health care. For instance, they may be denied access to social protection coverage in their host country because of their status, nationality, the insufficient duration of their periods of employment and residence or due to the lack of administrative and financial coordination between the social security schemes of their home and host country. Their access to social protection may further be curtailed due to a lack of information about their rights and obligations as well as other linguistic and cultural barriers. Furthermore, women migrant workers face multiple discriminations accessing social protection and are at higher risk of exploitation and abuse including sexual and gender-based violence[1].

However, there are several policy options for extending social protection coverage to migrant workers and their families through the conclusion of bilateral or multi-lateral social security agreements.

  • The conclusion of social security agreements is one of the most commonly used measures worldwide to ensure the coordination of social security schemes and the portability of social security entitlements and benefits across countries. Social security agreements are treaties that coordinate the social security schemes of two or more countries to eliminate, or at least reduce, the barriers to coverage migrant workers often encounter. Most social security agreements are bilateral, involving only two countries. However, there are several examples of multilateral agreements involving more than two countries. Multilateral or regional agreements are concluded between three or more parties and have the advantage of setting common standards and rules for coordination in all the state parties, while bilateral agreements can be easier and faster to conclude.
    Bilateral and multilateral agreements are not mutually exclusive, can be pursued in parallel and can be complementary. Since the aim of concluding social security agreements is primarily to enhance migrant workers’ social protection, the choice between pursuing a bilateral or multilateral agreement should be based on the best interests of migrant workers and their families with respect to social protection. Social security agreements that are well designed and effectively implemented, can contribute significantly to realizing the right to social security for all.

In Africa, in 2012, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) member states adopted the General Convention on Social Security[2] as a Supplementary Act to the Revised ECOWAS Treaty (1993). This meant that the Convention did not require ratification by ECOWAS member states. The Convention replaces all social security conventions previously concluded between ECOWAS member states with the exception of the bilateral or multilateral agreements that are more advantageous than the Convention. The Convention is based on ILO Conventions No.118 and No.157, the ECOWAS Treaty and its Protocol on Free Movement of Persons (1993), the Right of Residence and Establishment (1979) and its supplementary protocols, as well as the African Union Migration Policy Framework for Africa. The Convention applies to migrant workers who are nationals of one of the member states, refugees or stateless persons who have acquired social security rights in the territory of an ECOWAS member state and are residents; and family members and survivors of the migrant workers. The Convention covers all nine social security branches and includes all the key social security principles: and further established the Committee of Experts on Social Security and foresees a dispute resolution mechanism among ECOWAS member states as to the interpretation or application of the convention.

Similarly, in March 2020, SADC Ministers responsible for Employment and Labour and Social Partners adopted the Guidelines on Portability of Social Security Benefits in SADC. Five SADC Member States (Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, South Africa and Zimbabwe) volunteered to pilot implementation of the Guidelines. While not a legally binding instruments, the Guidelines is informed by assessment studies, and regional dialogue and consultative processes led by the SADC Secretariat and international instruments including International Labour Standards and key ILO policy approaches to social protection for migrant workers and cover all key branches of social security. Additional information about multi-lateral social protection agreements could be found here.

Furthermore, provided that they are in line with international human rights instruments and international labour standards, bilateral labour agreements can also include provisions on the social protection of migrant workers and/or include reference to a separate social security agreement.

  • Unilateral measures are receiving increased attention worldwide from countries of origin and employment either to palliate the lack of social security agreements or to ensure a more universal and comprehensive social protection coverage of workers. Various unilateral measures can be considered by policymakers such as national policies and legislation that ensure equality of treatment between migrant workers and nationals, including national social protection floors as they represent a powerful tool for the extension of universal social protection or voluntary insurance mechanisms.**3.** Overall objective

  • To carry out an assessment of existing social security systems and examine the prospects for the conclusion of a sub-regional multilateral social security agreement or bilateral social security agreements between IGAD member states;

  • To propose concrete policy options to IGAD secretariat and its member states for extending social protection to migrant workers in the sub-region, including through unilateral measures of social protection.

4. Scope of the work

Specific objective 1: Take stock of relevant information on social security schemes and legal frameworks**

  • Review the existing legislative and policy framework governing social security in IGAD member states including national social protection floors
  • Collect and analyse available information on member states’ social security schemes by branch; existing restrictions to coverage based on nationality and/or residence; restrictions to payment of benefits abroad; minimum qualifying periods;
  • Identify and analyse existing bilateral or multilateral instruments among IGAD member states, including: history; material scope of application; personal scope of application; provisions, if any, regarding equality of treatment, export of benefits, legislation applicable, maintenance of rights in course of acquisition (totalization), and administrative assistance; and operative structure (decision-making bodies, consultation bodies, liaison offices).
  • Examine existing mechanisms and barriers to effective portability of benefits in the region.
  • Benchmark the findings against the ILO standards, relevant provisions of the draft IGAD protocol on free movement of persons and the experiences of other regional economic communities.

Specific objective 2: Assess the feasibility for extending social protection to migrant workers through a sub-regional social security agreement and/or bilateral social security agreements

  • Based on the information collected (specific objective 1) and interviews with key stakeholders from ministries of labour, ministries of foreign affairs, social security institutions, IGAD Secretariat and other relevant organizations, assess the feasibility for extending social protection to migrant workers through a sub-regional social security agreement and/or bilateral social security agreements.
  • A description of the legal and technical issues that could arise in the negotiation of an IGAD multilateral social security agreement (e.g., types of schemes within the region/between countries, legal frameworks and implications of multiple membership of some IGAD member states in different RECs).
  • An assessment of the factors for and against the conclusion of a multilateral social security agreement in IGAD (e.g. legal and policy frameworks – national, regional and international, administrative capacity of the social security institutions, extent of coverage of social insurance schemes, role of relevant legal and policy frameworks.
  • Policy recommendations for the development of a multilateral social security agreement in the region and/or bilateral social security agreements (including recommendation on the branches that should be included, the groups of migrant workers etc.) and
  • Policy options in terms of institutional frameworks/structures to be strengthened or set up for effective coordination of social security benefits within the region.

Specific objective 3: Propose unilateral measures of social protection tailored to each national context to palliate the absence of social security agreements.

  • Based on ILO Guide on Extending social protection to migrant workers, refugees and their families, and emerging good practices, identify for each member state existing unilateral measures of social protection and propose policy options for extending social protection to migrant workers and their families. Such options should address the needs of specific groups of migrant workers including domestic workers, seasonal agricultural migrant workers, migrant workers in an irregular situation and migrants working in the informal economy.

5. Required qualifications

  • At least 10 years of proven experience in the field of social insurance, social security and social protection;
  • At least five years of proven experience in drafting legal texts regarding international coordination of social security schemes through multilateral and/or bilateral agreements;
  • Proven experience in managing multi country research activities and providing consultancy services in the field of migration, social security and extending social security for migrant workers;
  • Sound knowledge/experience of social security systems in the Africa region in general and the IGAD region in particular is an added advantage.
  • Excellent report writing skills and ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing;
  • Excellent knowledge and understanding about labour migration dynamics in the IGAD region;
  • Good computer application skills including use zoom, skype, Microsoft teams and other teleconferencing applications, and tools;
  • Experience in working with UN agencies and multilateral organizations and institutions such as AU, IGAD and other Regional Economic Communities (RECs)

6. Deliverables

  • Inception report: the consultant will submit an inception report explaining his/her understanding of the assignment, outline of the report and work plan for review and comments by ILO, IGAD and other relevant stakeholders
  • Draft Assessment report: the consultant will submit a draft assessment report for review and comments of the ILO, IGAD and other stakeholders
  • Revised draft report: the consultant will submit a revised draft report incorporating comments and inputs;
  • Present the draft findings in a regional workshop: the consultant will present the revised draft report and serve as a resource person in the regional workshop that will be organized by ILO and IGAD
  • Revised final draft report: the consultant will submit a final revised version of the report incorporating comments and inputs from the workshop.

7. Management Arrangements

The consultant will work under the direct supervision of the Chief Technical Advisor of the FMPT project and receive technical guidance from DWT social protection specialists covering the IGAD region, ILO Labour migration Branch (MIGRANT) and Social protection Department (SOCPRO) in Geneva.

8. Time frame

The assignment is expected to be completed in four months period from the signing of the agreement.

[1] ILO Guide on “Extending social protection to migrant workers, refugees and their families” (ILO, 2021 forthcoming).

[2] ECOWAS: A Capacity Building toolkit, available at: https://www.itcilo.org/en/areas-of-expertise/labour-migration/ecowas

Social Protection for Migrant Workers and their families in ECOWAS States — Popular version. The ECOWAS General Convention on Social Security, available at: https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/—africa/documents/publication/wcms_714335.pdf

How to apply:

  • Interested applicants should submit their technical and financial proposal in a separate email with the subject to “**application: Baseline study on extending social protection for migrant workers – Technical Proposal**” and “**application: Baseline study on extending social protection for migrant workers – financial Proposal**” to: fmpt@ilo.org latest by 13 August 2021, 5:00 pm East Africa time.
  • The proposal and all correspondences and documents related to the proposal shall be written in English;
  • All prices should be submitted in USD. If a proposal is submitted in a currency other than USD, the ILO will convert all prices in to USD using the UN official exchange rate at the date of application to facilitate comparison and evaluation

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Business Development Manager – National Office, WV South Sudan

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Jul 212021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: World Vision
Closing date: 9 Aug 2021

World Vision International

World Vision is a Christian humanitarian, development and advocacy organisation devoted to improving the lives of children, families and their communities around the world. Our over 34,000 staff members working in nearly 100 countries are united in helping the most vulnerable children overcome poverty and experience fullness of life. We help children of all backgrounds, even in the most dangerous places, inspired by our Christian faith.

Through our work, every 60 seconds … a family gets water … a hungry child is fed … a family receives the tools to overcome poverty.

Here’s where you come in:

As Business Development Manager – National Office, WV South Sudan, you will be responsible for providing management support and facilitation to programme design and resource acquisition for World Vision’s humanitarian response, resilience, and development programming. Leading a team of Programme Officers, you will be responsible for ensuring designs of proposals and concept papers are needs-based, contextually-appropriate, compliant with donor and partner guidelines, and of high quality. You will support the Program Development Director in building the program development team strategy and cultivating new and existing relationships with various stakeholders (donor governments, partners, multilaterals, UN, WV partnership offices, etc.) to grow and diversify funding.

Requirements include:

  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a development field.
  • Leadership experience in program design and development, funding acquisition, program monitoring and evaluation, information management, capacity building, and compliance.
  • At least 3 years field experience in a relief, humanitarian, or development environment.
  • At least 1 year experience managing staff and teams.
  • Previous experience with successful multi-million dollar donor proposal writing and budget preparation with a variety of bilateral and multilateral donors.
  • Must have a clear understanding of the working of major bilateral and multilateral donors and partners, including their requirements and standards and ability to represent WVSS in a highly professional manner.
  • Evidence of high level written and spoken English language abilities.
  • Juba-based with up to 30% field travel (domestic and international).

How to apply:

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World Vision is dedicated to our team members’ development and their success. We aspire for all employees to be fulfilled through their work and their contributions to an organisation working to provide long-term sustainable solutions to the world’s most vulnerable people.

Find the full responsibilities and requirements for this position online and apply by the closing date 09 AUG 2021. Due to the number of applications received, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

For more information on World Vision International, please visit our website: www.wvi.org.

Our vision for every child, life in all its fullness. Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so.

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Human Resources Officer

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Jun 232021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Forcier Consulting
Closing date: 26 Jun 2021

The role of the HR Officer is to be the ear of the office, an advocate for equality and fairness, and a champion of team Forcier. They are the person who ensures that all staff feel valued and they work alongside the Director to make changes to achieve this goal. They are organized, by the book type of people, who truly love humans. They are clear in their communication and always keep their doors open to hear the successes and places for improvement that the staff have to say. This position is really for people who are organized, loyal, and diligent to a fault. They have the HR policies memorized and everyone is held to the same standard. Overall, this person is respected, liked, and sought out by staff for their transparency, kindness, and fairness.

Strengths needed to do this role well:

  • In-depth knowledge of the South Sudanese Labor Regulations. Knowing the labor law is paramount to being successful in this position, as you are Forcier’s ambassador at the Labor Board and the Labor Board’s ambassador at the Forcier office. You are the person who puts the two together to ensure compliance and Forcier’s best interests work together.

  • Trustworthiness. HR is all about trust. It is about building trust with employees so they feel free to bring issues or suggestions to you. It is about building trust with management that you can keep confidential information, confidential.

  • Team-building skills. This job is about helping Forcier build the strongest team possible. Being able to identify issues before they arise and find solutions to problems that are always fair and future looking is essential to this role.

  • Organization. The HR officer has to be meticulous in their record keeping and daily organization. Sometimes HR is the busiest department in the office and to make sure nothing falls through the cracks requires organization and a keen ability to prioritize.

  • Communication is everything. You need to be a skilled communicator. You need to know how to speak to different personality types, different nationalities, different individual needs. You need to be able to gain the respect of your colleagues, while also setting boundaries for yourself. You need to communicate clearly what your role is, how you are there to help, and what limitations you face.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Administration:
  • Keep staff folders up to date
  • Maintain office HR calendars and ensure deadlines are met

  • Work with management to ensure performance evaluations and contracts are signed on time

  • Update the staff attendance tracking sheet daily and audit the daily clock-in ledger for continuity

  • Maintain SSU HR Monday Board to communicate with HR

  • Ensure all timesheets are completed on time monthly

  • Coordinate leave requests and ensure Zoho is up to date

  • Policy:

  • Inform the management on the changes from the Ministry of Labour and immigrations office.

  • Ensure Forcier’s Employee Handbook is implemented and followed

  • Ensure all Forcier Home Office policies and procedures are followed

  • Calculate and track staff severance and gratuity payments

  • Conflict resolution:

  • Help mediate all disputes that require HR attendance

  • Identify staff issues before they become issues by talking to the Director

  • Coordination:

  • Process entry/stay visas, work permits and resident permits for foreign international employees

  • Coordinate all staff onboarding and offboarding with the staff, relevant other departments, and head office

  • Research:

  • Ensure research roster is up to date

  • Ensure project evaluations on completed after every project

  • Prepare project based contracts

  • Recruiting and screening new project based research staff

Qualifications:

  • South Sudanese Citizen

  • Bachelor’s Degree

  • 3 years experience in a Human Resources role

  • 1 year experience coordinating with the South Sudaneses Labor Board

  • Microsoft Office, particularly Excel, and G Suite proficiency

  • Fluent English both written and spoken

How to apply:

Submit CV and Cover Letter with the following instructions through our website: https://www.forcierconsulting.com/careers

Cover Letter Instructions:

  • Outline the importance of confidentiality in HR

  • Outline why you have chosen a career in HR

  • Outline what you will add the HR department at Forcier

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Program Coordinator (national) – South Sudan

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May 142021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Geneva Call
Closing date: 31 May 2021

In situations of armed conflict, Geneva Call, as a neutral, impartial and independent international humanitarian organization, endeavors to strengthen the respect of humanitarian norms and principles by armed non-State actors, in order to improve the protection of civilians, while supporting local communities in their efforts to enhance their own protection. Appel de Genève/Geneva Call is a private, not-for-profit, humanitarian organization foundation under Swiss law, founded in 1998.

Geneva Call consists of many diverse nationalities, cultures, languages and opinions. Geneva Call is an inclusive working environment for all its staff. Applications are particularly encouraged from all qualified candidates without distinction on the grounds of race, colour, sex, national origin, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity.

In South Sudan, Geneva Call runs a country program focusing on enhancing the protection of civilian population through humanitarian engagement with fighting parties and constituencies. The program encompasses direct and indirect humanitarian engagement, training, local advocacy and mass media awareness raising on humanitarian norms applicable in armed conflict.

Role : The Program coordinator is the responsible of Program design and implementation at country level

Main responsibilities :

The Program coordinator is the responsible of Program design and implementation at country level :

  • Design adapted program strategy at country level for ANSA’s and Communities engagement per GC guidelines.
  • Supervise and overview the implementation of GC programme in South Sudan to ensure that the objectives of Geneva Call’s operational and country strategy are well implemented .
  • Map and develop access strategy for relevant ANSAs to engage directly or with local partners.
  • Propose clear engagement opportunities to the South Sudan Country Director

Monitoring evaluation :

  • Ensure the appropriate design, implementation, monitoring, review, and evaluation of Geneva Call’s country operations in South Sudan, in line with Geneva Call programmatic guidelines with a focus on planning and results

Program budget monitoring :

  • Ensuring that program expenditure are in line with the budgets

External coordination :

  • Map and participate to relevant protection coordination mechanisms (clusters) and develop network.

Management :

  • Develop and manage a team of Project officers in the country, ensuring safe and efficient project delivery

Compliance :

  • Ensure program implementation is aligned with internal standards and donors rules

Education and experience

  • A graduate degree or equivalent experience in international relations/another humanitarian field
  • A minimum of 5 years experience in similar role
  • Proven experience in protection work in conflict and crisis affected countries.
  • Experience in Project Cycle Management
  • At least 3-5 years of relevant experience in a humanitarian organization working in conflict areas in the protection field and engagement with armed actors (ANSAs, other armed actors)including in managing teams of at least 2 people

Technical Skills

  • Solid project management skills related to organizational development projects and international, cross-functional teams with a proven history of delivering results
  • Excellent dispute resolution, facilitation and team building skills
  • Substantial knowledge of international development systems, institutions and donors, and of procedures, accountability frameworks and best practices
  • Ability to work under pressure and in conflict‐affected settings, and to handle numerous tasks simultaneously
  • Understanding of International Humanitarian Law is an asset

Personal skills

  • Demonstrated ability to thrive in a matrix management environment. Developed interpersonal and communication skills including influencing, negotiation and coaching
  • Strong communications skills (both written and verbal) at a level appropriate for high level external representation and ability to tailor communications to different audiences
  • Interpersonal skills with experience of negotiation with weapon bearers and other stakeholders
  • Willingness and ability to travel at short notice
  • Entrepreneurial mindset

***Languages*:**

  • English (C1-C2)
  • French and third language would be an asset

Conflict of interest

Any candidate affiliated to, or openly supporting, one or more interest groups opposed to the Foundation’s principles and values, or whose previous position could engender safety issues for co-workers at Appel de Genève / Geneva Call, will be excluded from this selection process.

The employee will be accountable for the responsibilities and the competencies, in accordance with the Geneva Call Performance Management guidelines. The following documents will be used for performance reviews:

  • Job Description
  • Action plan
  • Performance Review Template

Conditions

  • Position : Program Coordinator
  • 100%
  • Preferred start date : 06.2021

How to apply:

To apply, please send your cover letter, CV, work certificate / recommendation letter and diploma in PDF format to hr-vacancies@genevacall.org, Ref: “Program Coordinator South Sudan” no later than 31.05.2021.

All applications will be kept confidential. Please note only shortlisted candidate will be contacted for further process.

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Operations Manager, South Sudan

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May 122021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Fauna & Flora International
Closing date: 23 May 2021

Salary: USD 38,000 Per annum

Start Date: As soon as possible**

Contract Type: Two year, fixed-term contract **

Location: This position is based at FFI’s office in Yambio, with regular domestic travel to Juba. International travel to FFI’s office in Kampala, Uganda and FFI’s head office in Cambridge, UK may be required.**

Founded in 1903, Fauna & Flora International (FFI) is the world’s longest established international conservation organisation. Our vision is to create a sustainable future for the planet where biodiversity is conserved by the people living closest to it. We aim to do this through the conservation of threatened species and ecosystems worldwide, choosing solutions that are sustainable, based on sound science and take account of human needs. We have become a trusted entity in the world of conservation. Today FFI is active in over 40 countries.

FFI is seeking an experienced Operations Manager to provide effective management of the financial, administrative and operational functions of the FFI South Sudan Programme.

The successful candidate will have a strong proven track record in operational and financial management within Africa, and will need to be able to operate in a conflict / post-conflict situation. They will be skilled in providing operational oversight and financial management as well as demonstrate an understanding of the statutory and regulatory frameworks within which FFI operates in East Africa and a commitment to organisational and legal compliance.

Strong leadership and people management skills are essential to the role to ensure a professional and motivated team that delivers effectively against project aims, objectives and timelines. The role also requires a skilled and credible communicator, who is confident in developing and managing relationships with partner organisations and relevant stakeholders.

The closing date for applications is Sunday, 23 May 2021.

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Convoy Leader

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Apr 172021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: CTG
Closing date: 19 Apr 2021

Overview of CTG:

  • CTG support and manage humanitarian projects in fragile and conflict-affected countries around the world. With past performance in 15 countries – from the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia and Central and South America – we offer a holistic fabric of project management, implementation and support. Skilled in emergency response to crises such as the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, we have the ability to act quickly (crisis response teams can be on the ground in 24 hours) and to establish structured operations in high-risk environments. CTG recruit and manage qualified, skilled teams with extensive experience operating in challenging conditions.

Overview of the position:

  • Required to transport cargo in the form of both food & NFI in accordance to the procedures & normative guidelines, as establish by our client.

Role objective:

Under the direct supervision of the Traffic Officer the incumbent shall perform the following duties:-

  • Perform identical duties as driver.
  • Carry responsibility for convoy & drivers & provide leadership & guidance to those vehicles under the convoy.
  • Responsible for telecommunications & usage of HF & VHF radio & Thuraya communications to inform Traffic Officer of progress & position on an hourly basis.
  • Ensure that all drivers carry out their tasks & responsibilities in accordance to their job descriptions.
  • Responsible for all security issues that may arise & always decide safest option for convoy & use careful judgement to ensure safe passage.
  • In the event of breakdown or recovery, decide upon best course of action to recover vehicle in the safest & quickest manner without potential damage being caused by in this exercise.
  • Ensure that sufficient funds are available for off loading cargo where applicable.
  • Perform a daily inspection of the vehicle & ensure that it is mechanically sound & to report any problems or defects to immediate supervisor.
  • Ensure that the vehicle under direct responsibility is thoroughly cleaned & maintained in a good mechanical condition.
  • Ensure that the vehicle logbook is duly completed on a daily & timely basis free from errors to maintain good records.
  • Ensure that the vehicle is always fuelled on time & make sure that the fuel consumption figures are maintained within the established parameters as set by our client.
  • Responsible to ensure that the cargo loaded at origin is safely transported to the destination free from contamination, losses or damage & held accountable for the same, will witness loading together with the Tally Clerk & ensure signing & endorsing of waybill at destination.
  • Held responsible & accountable for vehicle & any tools or equipment given to the driver (& signed for) & ensure that it remains in good condition.
  • Ensure that the vehicle is loaded (metric tonnes) in accordance to the established payload of the vehicle & under no circumstances to exceed this limit.
  • Cargo must be loaded uniformly & equally distributed for safety reasons.
  • Drive always in a safe & responsible manner with due respect & attention for other vehicles, property.
  • Whilst the vehicle is in the workshop the driver shall assist in repairs & maintenance activities as required.
  • Any accident that may occur must be immediately reported to supervisor & or other parties concerned.
  • Driver will only travel to authorised destination & only load authorised cargo, under no circumstance shall deviate from this unless authorised by immediate supervisor.
  • Will perform any other duties as requested by immediate supervisor.

Performance criteria:

  • Ensure that established route turn around times (expressed in days / hours) & distances (expressed in kilometres) are within parameters set as well as respecting the established standard night out allowances, notwithstanding abnormal circumstances, such as security.
  • Fuel consumption figures maintained within parameters set.
  • Vehicle maintained in good mechanical condition, limited tyre wear free from any breakages in accordance to standards set by the organisation.
  • Cargo loaded, securely & safely, transported from origin to destination in a secure dry environment & duly received in a good sound condition at the receiving location.
  • Complete all vehicle administrative documents (vehicle log books, way bills) accurately, correctly & in turn, hand them over to Traffic Officer on a timely basis.
  • Required to report on time for duty as per establish established working hours & sign the time sheet prepared for this purpose.
  • Ensure that both loading / unloading times are kept to a minimum acceptable level & to report any abnormal waiting times.
  • Loss or damage of cargo, spares, tools or equipment as well as loss of fuel in the care of the employee shall be deducted from the salary based on CIF value or local market rate, whichever is prevailing.
  • Based on a quarterly performance evaluation, the salary payment grade shall be adjusted accordingly for the new quarter.

Project reporting:

  • This role will work under the direct supervision of the Traffic Officer & will liaise & cooperate with all other client employees & cooperating partners.

Team management:

  • This role will be responsible for handling other drivers.

Geographical experience:

  • Minimum of 5 year of experience in Africa (desirable).

Languages:

  • Fluency in English is essential.

Key competencies:

  • Holder of a valid, clean driving licence in accordance to the vehicle category assigned to drive in accordance to national regulations.
  • Must have had at least 2 years minimum experience preferably 5 years gained in the relevant driver licence category.

Other relevant information:

  • Candidates with experience in South Sudan will be given 1st preference.

How to apply:

Candidates interested in applying for this role need to register on CTG website & apply for this role using the below link:
https://recruitmentctg.force.com/xcdrecruit__Site_ExternalPositionDetails?id=a113W000001G1gN

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Community Case Worker

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Mar 032021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Strategic Initiative for Women in the Horn of Africa
Closing date: 12 Mar 2021

I. Background of Project

Gender-Based Violence (GBV), in particular, sexual violence, is widespread and one of the largest crises emanating from the current conflict. The use of sexual violence and the brutalisation of women and girls have been well documented. Even in displacement settings, threats and risks of GBV against women and girls persist particularly sexual violence, growing levels of intimate partner violence (IPV), sexual exploitation, harassment and early and forced marriage. Anecdotally all forms of Gender Based Violence such as rape, sexual harassment, physical violence, psychological violence, denial of resources, and others, remain prevalent in South Sudan. In some cases, some GBV survivors experience multiple forms of GBV.

There is lack of knowledge on where to access these services and limited availability of GBV providers limit help-seeking among GBV survivors especially those living in host communities. Wau experience shortage of qualified human resources, this is coupled with a weak and high turnover of specialised staff.

II. Role of Community Case Worker

The caseworker will provide case management assistance; provide referrals to the FPC/OSC and other GBV service providers and awareness and mobilisation in the community. The caseworker is further expected to be responsible for other work as assigned by the SIHA programme team in Wau.

· Compile all weekly reports of cases received and supported at the community level. The reports will be submitted to the SIHA Projects Officer ;

· Support all community outreach and awareness raising initiatives on the issues of GBV, child marriage, forced marriage, rape, domestic violence among others;

· Ensure that Survivors of GBV have increased access to comprehensive and holistic survivor-centred, age-appropriate health, and psychosocial support services for GBV;

· Ensure Community engagement, mobilisation and information campaigns are supported to increase the protective environment for women and girls;

· Make reporting easier for victims;

· Support community mediators and mediations;

· Follow up cases and make referrals to the different GBV service providers;

· Attend all sub-national GBV cluster coordination meetings and provide a report to SIHA projects officer

· Support all other SIHA activities whenever called upon to do so.

III. Candidate Key Competencies

· Practicing caseworker is a MUST

· Strong background in Social Work and Gender Based violence programming is required.

· At least 3-5 years of experience in programming in the field of Sexual and gender based violence prevention and response

· Have basic counseling and psychosocial skills

· Have good writing and documentation skills

· Hold at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Social work, Social Sciences or related field

· Have experience in working in communities in South Sudan. Ability to speak different dialects is an added advantage

SIHA Background

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The Strategic Initiative for Women in the Horn of Africa (SIHA) is a network of civil society organizations from Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia, Somaliland, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti, and Uganda. SIHA’s Secretariat in Kampala provides programme support, guidance to active country programmes in Sudan, South Sudan, Djibouti, Ethiopia, and Somalia in additional to carrying out regional programming and advocacy work.

SIHA’s core mandate focuses on the following:

· Work to support women’s access to justice across the Horn of Africa in line with international and regional human rights mechanisms and to challenge the concepts and practices that promote violence against women through the application of militant religion and customary/traditional law;

· Engage with women community leaders, activists and women rights defenders and provide direct support to them and contribute to their skills development and promotion of their roles inside their countries and communities;

· Engage with women living in conflict situations, particularly in Sudan, South Sudan, and Somalia and provide support that contributes to the elimination of all forms of SGBV and other forms of violence directed against them and support their participation and voices in their country’s peace and security processes;

· Recognize and support the human rights of women IDPs / migrants and racial / religious minorities through strengthening their self-reliance and access to services, enhancing their capacity for collective activism, reducing their vulnerability to violence, and promoting their social and economic well-being.

As a regional platform for activists on gender equality and women’s human rights in the Horn of Africa, we have a unique role of being one of the few indigenous networks run by Civil Society from across the region. At SIHA, we are very keen on further maintaining our work to support education on effective campaigning and lobbying to address regional and international platforms using collective and coordinated approaches to create both powerful and sustainable social change in the Horn of Africa.

OUR VALUES:

Equality ,Solidarity , Ethical , Diligence, Transparency , Humility , Resilience , Critical-thinking , disciplined , Courageous , Integral , Empathy , Collectiveness , determination , Rationality , Diversity , Innovation , Democracy , learning , Self-critical

How to apply:

Interested Candidates are asked to provide their current CV and Cover Letter, expressing her/his motivation in applying and relevant experience/expertise, in relation to the assignment by 12th March 2021 .

Please enter “Application Materials: ‘’Service Provision: COMMUNITY CASEWORKER” to SIHA’s Human Resources Department humanresourcesiha@gmail.com , cc: before 12th March 2021. Due to the anticipated volume of applications, please note that SIHA will contact only shortlisted candidates. We thank you for your interest!

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Human Resources Manager

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Feb 202021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Catholic Medical Mission Board
Closing date: 26 Feb 2021

OVERVIEW

Reporting to the Country Director and working closely with the Senior Management Team, the Human Resources (HR) Manager is responsible to support CMMB’s mission by providing efficient and effective HR service for the Country Office. They will be responsible for managing the full HR cycle that includes recruitment, new-employee orientation, performance management, employee relations, staff benefits & payroll, HR database management, staff training and development. They will ensure that the Country Office HR programs are implemented in compliance with the South Sudan Labor Laws/Employment Act and CMMB’s organizational policies and procedures. The HR Manager will provide organizational development and capacity building support to CMMB’s local implementation partners in the areas of HR systems development and staff training.

The HR Manager supervises the South Sudan HR team and ensures that individual performance objectives are developed, constructive and timely performance evaluations are provided, learning and development opportunities are facilitated, and daily workflow of the HR department are overseen. The HR Manager liaises with the Global HR team to ensure the Country Office HR programs are aligned with global policies and standards.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Department Management:

· Provide day-to-day direction in all aspects of HR management including management of TCN and National employees.

· Assume responsibility for reviewing of HR guidelines, policies, and procedures.

· Serve as the designated expert on the interpretation of human resource policies issues.

· Develop and implement HR elements for emergency response, staff safety and security.

· Responsible for management and timely action for employment contracts, and benefits administration for South Sudanese and TCN employees.

· Perform other related duties as assigned.

Recruitment:

· Establish and manage effective and transparent recruitment systems and processes enabling CMMB to attract and recruit qualified candidates in a timely fashion.

· Collaborate with hiring managers and manage the recruitment process.

· Advertise vacant positions, maintain a data bank of received applications. prepare shortlists of candidates, conduct interviews in liaison with hiring managers.

· Conduct reference check for successful candidates and provide documented reports.

· Plan and conduct orientation for all new staff.

· Prepare employment contracts and facilitate probation evaluation.

· Liaise with relevant government agencies and other bodies on employment related issues.

· Ensure new staff submit on time complete pre-employment requirements and forms.

· Develop job descriptions for new positions and update existing ones, as necessary.

· Prepare recruitment reports.

Staff Benefits & Payroll Management:

· Ensure the Country Office compensation and benefits package is regularly updated and understood by all staff.

· Manage staff benefits in line with the HR manual and compliance with local labor laws.

· Preparing monthly payroll amendment memo and coordinating the monthly payroll with Finance office.

· Support Finance & Administration team during salary payments and ensure pay slips are issued monthly.

· Oversee other staff welfare and social activities in the country office.

Staff Database Management & Filing:

· Undertake the implementation of the new HR Information System (SAGE) and ensure regular maintenance for data accuracy, privacy, and security.

· Maintain organized physical filing system of employee personnel files as per the HR handbook for all staff.

· Maintain leave records and updating leave tracker.

· Ensure that staff employment contracts are up to date.

· Prepare regular HR reports.

· Conduct the HR FILE AUDIT checklist on quarterly basis to ensure that personnel files are complete, organized, and secured.

Staff Welfare, Disciplinary Actions and Grievances:

· Serve as the Country Safety and Security Focal Point ensuring the safety and well-being of CMMB staff and coordinating all health and safety activities.

· Plan annual staff welfare activities geared towards mental health wellness, team bonding and increased productivity.

· Participate in investigation and disciplinary hearings as required.

· Advise managers in dispute and conflict resolution.

· Conduct regular staff orientation and training on CMMB’s HR programs (e.g. employee handbook, Child safeguarding Policy, Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA), prevention of harassment, code of conduct, etc.)

Exit Management:

· Conduct exit interviews analyze findings and submit recommendation to reduce staff turnover.

· Facilitate exit clearance in liaison with line managers and other departments.

· Liaise with Finance Team to calculate terminal benefits and issue service certificates.

· Ensure proper documentation of exit protocols and closure of employee files.

Policy & Procedures:

· Ensure all staff read and understand all policies and procedures, handle any queries regarding the policies.

· Provide interpretation and advise to line managers on labor laws application.

· Ensure Gender Equality and Diversity policies cut across recruitment policies, workplace policies and succession management.

· Establish and/or maintain partnerships with the Ministry of Labor at National and State level, as well as the NGO Forum HR Working Group, among others.

Performance Management:

· Advise staff and line managers on CMMB’s performance management process and tools.

· Track completion of performance objectives and reviews for all staff and submit regular status update to the Country Director.

· Ensure that all newly hired staff have completed probationary performance reviews.

· Support the Country Director in supporting talent development and internal career succession.

· Performs other related duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

· A bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Administration, Management, or any other relevant field, with at least 3 years in a senior capacity experience at senior level role in a non-profit organization.

· Higher Diploma in Human Resource Management with at least 5 years’ experience at senior level role in a non-profit organization.

· Proven knowledge and direct experience in the following areas: recruitment, compensation and benefits, employee relations and communications, performance management and HR practice.

· Thorough understanding of South Sudan labor laws.

· Ability to coordinate and prioritize conflicting assignments.

· High sense of professionalism and confidentiality.

· Tact and diplomacy in handling sensitive issues.

· Proficiency in using MS Office packages.

· High level of interpersonal and negotiation skills and ability to work as part of a multicultural team.

How to apply:

Interested applicants should submit their application together with resume/CV to CMMBSouthSudanJobs@cmmb.org indicating position applied for on the subject line. Include telephone and email contacts of 3 references and your daytime telephone/cell phone contact. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

This position is critical to our mission and vision and so thank you for your interest in joining CMMB’s diverse, talented, professional and motivated team in South Sudan and contribute to achieving CMMB’s mission and vision.

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Deputy chief of party

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Feb 132021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Chemonics
Closing date: 19 Feb 2021

Chemonics International seeks a Deputy Chief of Partyfor the anticipated four-year, USAID-funded Resilience Through Agriculture in South Sudan Activity. This project aims to strengthen resilience to cope with, and adapt to, shocks for targeted food insecure communities across thirteen counties in Eastern Equatoria, Jonglei, Upper Nile, Unity, and Western Bahr el Ghazal States by improving gender-responsive food production, market-based distribution, and household nutrition. The Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) will be responsible for the leadership, management, and technical direction for the programmatic aspects of the project. The position is contingent upon contract award. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.

Responsibilities include:

  • Provides day-to-day guidance, mentoring, and problem-solving to project working in full partnership with the Chief of Party and the project’s country team
  • Assists the Chief of Party to develop program strategy and annual work plans
  • Ensures compliance with USAID regulations and Chemonics policies
  • Provides quality assurance as well as supervision and direction to project staff
  • Works with key government and non-governmental counterparts to identify priorities and resolve development and implementation challenges in a fast and effective way
  • Serves as a member of the senior management team, contributing to team leadership decisions, providing expertise on program and grant-making strategy, and serving as acting COP when asked

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in the field of international development, management, or a related field required; advanced degree preferred
  • Strong record of managing complex donor-funded programs for successful food security and/or resilience initiatives
  • Prior experience with USAID operating procedures, regulations, and reporting requirements, highly preferred
  • Extensive project management leadership experience, including applying collaboration, learning, and adapting (CLA) principles, knowledge management and communications, and monitoring, evaluation, and learning, including documenting project performance; evaluating subcontractor and grantee activities, and providing overall operational direction
  • Proven ability to work effectively with government representatives and other stakeholders
  • Knowledge and experience in training and facilitation
  • Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity
  • Experience working in South Sudan and/ or other conflict states preferred
  • Experience employing adaptive and flexible implementation approaches and scenario-planning in fragile operating contexts preferred
  • Minimum 8 years of relevant senior-level professional experience
  • At least 4 years’ experience managing conflict-sensitive, market systems-based agriculture development, food security, and/or resilience projects
  • Ability to relocate to Juba, South Sudan
  • Fluency in written and oral English

How to apply:

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter, CV, and contact information for three current professional references to this form by 5:00 p.m. (17:00) on February 19, 2021. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted.

Chemonics is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factors.

Chemonics values the protection of your personal data. If you are in the European Union, please read our EU Recruiting Data Privacy Notice to learn how we process personal data. You may access the notice via the following link: https://chemonics.com/eu-recruiting-data-privacy-notice/.

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Chief of party

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Feb 132021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Chemonics
Closing date: 19 Feb 2021

Chemonics International seeks an experienced Chief of Party for the anticipated four-year, USAID-funded Resilience through Agriculture in South Sudan Activity. This project aims to strengthen resilience to cope with, and adapt to, shocks for targeted food insecure communities across thirteen counties in Eastern Equatoria, Jonglei, Upper Nile, Unity, and Western Bahr el Ghazal States by improving gender-responsive food production, market-based distribution, and household nutrition. The Chief of Party (COP) will be responsible for the management, technical implementation, and oversight of the project. The position is contingent upon contract award. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.

Responsibilities include:

  • Provide overall vision and technical direction for the implementation of project activities, ensuring that the intended project impact is accomplished
  • Serve as the project’s primary liaison with USAID on day-to-day implementation and technical matters
  • Facilitate communication and close coordination with all stakeholders of the activity including international and regional partners, and host-country government officials
  • Supervise core project staff and ensure technical assistance team is achieving results as outlined in the work plan
  • Ensure compliance with USAID regulation and Chemonics policies
  • Contribute to the design of project monitoring and evaluation systems

Qualifications:

  • A graduate degree or higher in the field of management, international development, or a related technical field
  • Minimum 10 years of relevant, senior-level professional experience in international development
  • At least 5 years’ experience managing conflict-sensitive, market systems-based agriculture development, food security, and/or resilience projects
  • Prior experience supervising long-term local staff and short-term U.S., third county, and local consultants
  • Proven ability to build relationships and work effectively with government representatives and key stakeholders
  • Extensive project management leadership experience, including human resources, procurement, subcontracts, grants, and accounting/finance
  • Extensive project management leadership experience, including applying collaborating, learning, and adapting (CLA) principles, knowledge management and communications, and monitoring, evaluation, and learning, including documenting project performance; evaluating subcontractor and grantee activities, and providing overall operational direction
  • Chief of Party experience with USAID project preferred
  • Experience working in South Sudan and/ or other conflict states preferred
  • Experience employing adaptive and flexible implementation approaches and scenario-planning in fragile operating contexts preferred
  • Strong interpersonal and oral/written communication skills
  • Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity
  • Ability to relocate to Juba, South Sudan
  • Fluency in written and oral English

How to apply:

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter, CV, and contact information for three current professional references to this form by 5:00 p.m. (17:00) on February 19, 2021. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted.

Chemonics is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factors.

Chemonics values the protection of your personal data. If you are in the European Union, please read our EU Recruiting Data Privacy Notice to learn how we process personal data. You may access the notice via the following link: https://chemonics.com/eu-recruiting-data-privacy-notice/.

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