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Programme Manager South Sudan Wau

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May 272021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Norwegian Refugee Council
Closing date: 4 Jun 2021

Years of conflict and insecurity in South Sudan have resulted in one of the world’s worst and most protracted humanitarian contexts. NRC’s programme has grown in recent years to combine both emergency response and recovery programming, with a budget of $22 million and a team of 350 staff (including 20 International) operating from three large area offices and managed from the country office in Juba.

Further to delivering humanitarian response and seeking new routes to greater, more sustainable impact, NRC’s South Sudan programme has built a strong reputation for humanitarian analysis and advocacy and seeks to build both arms of this programme over the coming years.

It is with this backdrop that we are seeking to hire for the post of Area Programme Manager for our Area office in Wau.

The Area Programme Manager is responsible for implementing integrated programmes and representing NRC at coordination fora, as delegated from Area Manager. They will also be a member of the Area Management Group.

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Responsible for conflict-sensitive, emergency, development and integrated programming
  • Ensure beneficiaries led design and implementation of projects and activities including beneficiary complaints mechanism are strengthened
  • In liaison with the Programme Development Unit, ensure that systems for monitoring and evaluating project activities are developed and implemented
  • Develop relationships with donor teams and agencies in the area, and contribute to securing sufficient finances for the programme
  • Coordinate with UN agencies, other (I)NGOs, local and state authorities, the targeted beneficiaries and donors and ensure maximum collaboration and cooperation with all key stakeholders
  • Guided by guidelines and direction of NRC selection, capacity building and close monitoring of the Implementing Partners and ensure compliance
  • Responsible for the CC programmatic input to the contingency plan

For this role the successful applicant should have the following:

  • Minimum 4 years’ experience from a management position in a humanitarian/ recovery context
  • University degree in relevant university field of Project Development and Management,
  • Experience from working in complex and volatile contexts
  • Managing multiple project, accountability position in recovery context
  • Fluency in English, both written and verbal required
  • Fluency in Arabic, both written and verbal preferred

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Project Manager: Cross-border Migration (Explosive Ordnance Risk Management), South Sudan/Uganda

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May 132021
 

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Countries: South Sudan, Uganda
Organization: Mines Advisory Group
Closing date: 23 May 2021

Project Manager: Cross-border Migration (Explosive Ordnance Risk Management), South Sudan/Uganda

Fixed Term for c.7 months, until 31st December 2021.

The starting salary package for this position is £47,004 GBP per annum (approx. 66,500 USD including all allowances)

About MAG:

MAG saves lives and builds futures by working with others to reclaim land contaminated with the debris of conflict, to reduce the daily risk of death or injury for civilians, and to create safe and secure conditions for development. MAG shared the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize as a founding member of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines for our work to ban landmines. Our vision is a safe and secure future for men, women and children affected by armed violence and conflict.

About the South Sudan programme:

South Sudan is one of the youngest, poorest and least developed countries world-wide and is currently facing multiple crises with devastating impacts for resident and returnee populations. Thousands of people have been killed or wounded over many years of conflict, and hundreds of thousands have been displaced by the violence. MAG has been successfully working in South Sudan since 2004, to clear landmines/unexploded ordnance and deliver mine risk education to at-risk populations in a constantly challenging environment. Building on MAG’s long experience in the country, this pilot project is expected to make a hugely important contribution to supporting the vulnerable women, men, girls and boys to settle safely and to build their lives and generate their livelihoods in safety.

About the role:

With South Sudanese refugees in Uganda currently facing significant cuts to their rations as a result of funding cuts to WFP and UNHCR, the time has never been more right to carry out this cross-border work. More refugees are crossing back and forth to South Sudan in search of food and livelihood opportunities to sustain their families, but have little or no awareness of which areas are contaminated with Explosive Ordnance or how to recognise dangerous items if they are found.

With more refugees likely to move out of Uganda and IDPs within South Sudan likely to move into MAG’s areas of operation, MAG would like to support partners – UNHCR, WFP, NGOs & CSOs on both sides of the border to better understand the landmine situation in several border districts in South Sudan.

This is a significant opportunity for the right Project Manager to lead on a crucial pilot project in our South Sudan programme, aimed at increasing awareness about the mine and explosive ordnance contamination in South Sudan. Reporting to the Technical Operations Manager, the Project Manager will be responsible for leading on the set up and management of the cross-border project. You will work closely with partner organisations in Uganda and relevant authorities to identify and understand the critical explosive ordnance contamination in MAG’s current areas of operation in South Sudan, identify the needs for explosive ordnance risk education (EORE) for South Sudanese refugee communities in Uganda, and bring key informants to the area of operations for follow-on non-technical survey (NTS). You will also work closely with the MAG’s security, technical and community liaison teams in South Sudan to implement and carry out this project. It is envisaged that the role will be split approximately 70/30 South Sudan/Uganda.

About you:

The successful candidate will need a minimum of 5 years’ management-level experience working in the humanitarian sector on refugee and cross-border issues, ideally in a conflict / post conflict environment. The candidate should be able to demonstrate the ability to work independently with minimum supervision, as much of this role will be undertaken at a distance from the role manager and support team. Experience managing a full project cycle, including baseline assessment, planning, delivery, reporting and M&E is essential. The candidate should have experience of conducting gender/age appropriate needs or risk assessments in order to design and implement appropriate interventions, as well as in-depth experience of participatory research techniques and community-based and led approaches. The successful candidate will also have proven ability to manage a range of key relationships with host state governments, UN, local authorities and NGOs including Refugee and Women’s organisations.

In line with our policy of promoting gender balance within the programme, we would strongly welcome applications from female candidates.

Please note that as part of MAG’s commitment to safeguarding, this post is subject to background checks before an offer of employment is confirmed. For more information on MAG’s approach to safeguarding and background checks, please click here***.* You can also find more information in the candidate information pack, available on the MAG website, using the link below.**

MAG is committed to the principles of diversity, equality and inclusion. If you think you would be suited to one of our roles we would welcome your application regardless of your background. We strive to provide an inclusive and supportive working environment where all employees feel respected and supported in fulfilling their potential

How to apply:

For the further information on the role, the application pack and details of how to apply, please visit the MAG website at www.maginternational.org/vacancies-at-MAG by the closing date of 23 May 2021.

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Senior Programme Manager (f/m/d)

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Apr 152021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe
Closing date: 19 Apr 2021

For our office in Juba, South Sudan, the Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe e.V. International Assistance, is looking for a

Senior Programme Manager
1 Year Contract (with possible extension)

Organisation Description:

Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe e.V. (www.thejohanniter.org) is a German Christian non-governmental organisation, dedicated to excellence in the field of first aid, ambulance service, social service programmes and other projects in the medical and social field. The Federal Headquarters are based in Berlin, Germany. Johanniter International Assistance is the operational unit for humanitarian aid, development co-operation and emergency relief, implementing and supporting projects in Health, Nutrition, WASH as well as Food Security & Income Generation worldwide.

Background
The overall objective of Johanniter in South Sudan is to reduce people’s vulnerability, specifically through contributing to morbidity and mortality reduction by improving the population’s health and nutrition status. Furthermore, improved access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), and protection services are an exis-tential part of Johanniter’s South Sudan programme. At present, Johanniter runs eight integrated projects in former Western Bahr el Ghazal State (WBeG) of South Sudan focusing on maternal and basic health, nutrition (CMAM), WASH and GBV/Protection. Funding is secured through the German Federal Foreign Office, UN or-ganisations (WFP, UNDP and UNICEF) as well as a variety of private foundations. One of our strategic goals is to continue our comprehensive programme in WBeG through to 2020 and beyond, while seeking opportu-nities to expand our programmes in other areas of South Sudan.

In a Nutshell
You will:
■ Be responsible for the management and implementation of Johanniter programme in South Sudan, ensuring that all activities are within the strategic framework of Johanniter.
■ Supervise our project staff and partners in implementing our programme in South Sudan.
■ Assess and evaluate the activities as well as writing proposals for different donors.
■ Assure that regular reporting requirements are completed on time within Johanniter and to donors.
■ Support the Head of Mission in fundraising and representation.
■ Be required to have a good understanding of the overall regional programme.

What you will do:
Strategy and Programme Development
■ Contribute to the development of the country strategy based on the global Johanniter strat-egy.
■ Identify new programs through assessments that support the achievement of Johanniter’s strategic objectives in the country (including rapid humanitarian assistance in case of disas-ters with Head of Mission and HQ.
■ Lead project development processes and ensure production of high quality concept notes and proposals for submission to various donors.
■ Assess and build partnerships with new na-tional, international or local partner organizations

Programme Management
■ With the Head of Mission design, plan and coordi-nate all projects of humanitarian aid and develop cooperation in-line with beneficiary needs, national policies, Johanniter and donor program objectives and policies and international standards.
■ Supervise and ensure the implementation of all program activities, review management systems and make improvements at field level.
■ Support and supervise national partners in man-agement of projects implementation in line with the project management cycle, program objec-tives, log frames, activities and indicators.
■ Ensure cost effective planning, monitoring/supervi-sion and evaluation of all project activities.
■ Recognize further needs and conduct assessments for project proposals incl. partnership assessments.

Programme Monitoring and Evaluation
■ Ensure project monitoring systems are in place and that reviews are undertaken with the team, the Head of Mission, project partners and relevant local stakeholders.
■ Ensure accountability and transparency to beneficiaries, communities, donors, partners.
■ Monitor and maintain compliance with stand-ard Johanniter procedures and guidelines.
■ Ensure regular project team meetings at field sites for successful project implementation.
■ Monitor the evolving humanitarian situation in the project regions and consider strategic and immediate responses
■ Regular travel to all field sites depending on project needs and upon clearance for security
■ Work closely with the MEAL Coordinator on all aspects of monitoring, evaluation and accountability.

■ Support program teams in contract manage-ment systems, grant inception workshops, submission of quality donor reports and donor compliance.
■ Capacity building of current local partner or-ganisations and project related staff.

Human Resource and Team Management
■ Create and maintain a culture of team spirit ensuring that all staff is committed to strive for high performance contributing to the achievement of the strategic ambitions of JUH taking into account needs and goals of staff and foster staff well-being and job satisfaction.
■ Recruit and hire national staff according to HR plans agreed by the Head of Mission.
■ Promote accountability, communicate expec-tations and provide constructive feedback via regular bilateral and performance reviews.
■ Coordinate activities between the field sites, project partners and the country office.
■ Ensure both individual and team development and capacity building.

Safety and Security
■ Prioritize Safety and Integrity of all staff.
■ Monitor the security situation and establish a good understanding of the context and risks associated with a changing environment.
■ Elaborate local Security Plans and ensure that valid guidelines are followed and adapted as required at all levels, that maximum preven-tive measures are taken and that the team is safe and well informed.
■ Review and update the security and contin-gency plan as agreed with the Head of Mission and guarantee that all guidelines are under-stood and respected.
■ Maintain regular contact with relevant net-works and security stakeholders (UNDSS, INSO etc.)

Representation and Communication
■ Build and strengthen external relationships and represent Johanniter with donors, the host government, international and national organizations, and coordination for a.
■ Support Media and Press work in conjunction with the Head of Mission and HQ Communication Desk; contribute to preparation of regular reports, up-dates and articles for Johanniter Communication and Fundraising Department

What we offer:
■ Remuneration: 49,831 – 52,457 € per annum
■ Benefits: Social security provisions (375€/ month for expats not under German social security), team house; International insurance package; 29 days annual paid leave; Yearly home flight (for contracts > 1 year); Cost of Living Allowance 870€/month

How to apply:

If this is what you are looking for, please submit your application via staff@johanniter.de (cover letter, CV, reference contacts of 3 former supervisors, job certifi-cates if available), stating your earliest start date. Please indicate “Senior Programme Manager SSD” in the subject line of your e-mail.
Deadline for applications: 19 April 2021
Interviews are planned for 30 April – 5 May 2021
Only short-listed candidates will be notified. Suitable candidates with disabilities will be given preference.
Private Privacy Information can be found here
Please note that this position is unaccompanied.
Please note Johanniter requires background checks (incl. criminal record and reference checks) to protect the vulnerable and prevent abuse.

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Senior Programme Manager (f/m/d)

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Apr 022021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe
Closing date: 19 Apr 2021

For our office in Juba, South Sudan, the Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe e.V. International Assistance, is looking for a

Senior Programme Manager
1 Year Contract (with possible extension)

Organisation Description:

Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe e.V. (www.thejohanniter.org) is a German Christian non-governmental organisation, dedicated to excellence in the field of first aid, ambulance service, social service programmes and other projects in the medical and social field. The Federal Headquarters are based in Berlin, Germany. Johanniter International Assistance is the operational unit for humanitarian aid, development co-operation and emergency relief, implementing and supporting projects in Health, Nutrition, WASH as well as Food Security & Income Generation worldwide.

Background
The overall objective of Johanniter in South Sudan is to reduce people’s vulnerability, specifically through contributing to morbidity and mortality reduction by improving the population’s health and nutrition status. Furthermore, improved access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), and protection services are an exis-tential part of Johanniter’s South Sudan programme. At present, Johanniter runs eight integrated projects in former Western Bahr el Ghazal State (WBeG) of South Sudan focusing on maternal and basic health, nutrition (CMAM), WASH and GBV/Protection. Funding is secured through the German Federal Foreign Office, UN or-ganisations (WFP, UNDP and UNICEF) as well as a variety of private foundations. One of our strategic goals is to continue our comprehensive programme in WBeG through to 2020 and beyond, while seeking opportu-nities to expand our programmes in other areas of South Sudan.

In a Nutshell
You will:
■ Be responsible for the management and implementation of Johanniter programme in South Sudan, ensuring that all activities are within the strategic framework of Johanniter.
■ Supervise our project staff and partners in implementing our programme in South Sudan.
■ Assess and evaluate the activities as well as writing proposals for different donors.
■ Assure that regular reporting requirements are completed on time within Johanniter and to donors.
■ Support the Head of Mission in fundraising and representation.
■ Be required to have a good understanding of the overall regional programme.

What you will do:
Strategy and Programme Development
■ Contribute to the development of the country strategy based on the global Johanniter strat-egy.
■ Identify new programs through assessments that support the achievement of Johanniter’s strategic objectives in the country (including rapid humanitarian assistance in case of disas-ters with Head of Mission and HQ.
■ Lead project development processes and ensure production of high quality concept notes and proposals for submission to various donors.
■ Assess and build partnerships with new na-tional, international or local partner organizations

Programme Management
■ With the Head of Mission design, plan and coordi-nate all projects of humanitarian aid and develop cooperation in-line with beneficiary needs, national policies, Johanniter and donor program objectives and policies and international standards.
■ Supervise and ensure the implementation of all program activities, review management systems and make improvements at field level.
■ Support and supervise national partners in man-agement of projects implementation in line with the project management cycle, program objec-tives, log frames, activities and indicators.
■ Ensure cost effective planning, monitoring/supervi-sion and evaluation of all project activities.
■ Recognize further needs and conduct assessments for project proposals incl. partnership assessments.

Programme Monitoring and Evaluation
■ Ensure project monitoring systems are in place and that reviews are undertaken with the team, the Head of Mission, project partners and relevant local stakeholders.
■ Ensure accountability and transparency to beneficiaries, communities, donors, partners.
■ Monitor and maintain compliance with stand-ard Johanniter procedures and guidelines.
■ Ensure regular project team meetings at field sites for successful project implementation.
■ Monitor the evolving humanitarian situation in the project regions and consider strategic and immediate responses
■ Regular travel to all field sites depending on project needs and upon clearance for security
■ Work closely with the MEAL Coordinator on all aspects of monitoring, evaluation and accountability.

■ Support program teams in contract manage-ment systems, grant inception workshops, submission of quality donor reports and donor compliance.
■ Capacity building of current local partner or-ganisations and project related staff.

Human Resource and Team Management
■ Create and maintain a culture of team spirit ensuring that all staff is committed to strive for high performance contributing to the achievement of the strategic ambitions of JUH taking into account needs and goals of staff and foster staff well-being and job satisfaction.
■ Recruit and hire national staff according to HR plans agreed by the Head of Mission.
■ Promote accountability, communicate expec-tations and provide constructive feedback via regular bilateral and performance reviews.
■ Coordinate activities between the field sites, project partners and the country office.
■ Ensure both individual and team development and capacity building.

Safety and Security
■ Prioritize Safety and Integrity of all staff.
■ Monitor the security situation and establish a good understanding of the context and risks associated with a changing environment.
■ Elaborate local Security Plans and ensure that valid guidelines are followed and adapted as required at all levels, that maximum preven-tive measures are taken and that the team is safe and well informed.
■ Review and update the security and contin-gency plan as agreed with the Head of Mission and guarantee that all guidelines are under-stood and respected.
■ Maintain regular contact with relevant net-works and security stakeholders (UNDSS, INSO etc.)

Representation and Communication
■ Build and strengthen external relationships and represent Johanniter with donors, the host government, international and national organizations, and coordination for a.
■ Support Media and Press work in conjunction with the Head of Mission and HQ Communication Desk; contribute to preparation of regular reports, up-dates and articles for Johanniter Communication and Fundraising Department

What we offer:
■ Remuneration: 49,831 – 52,457 € per annum
■ Benefits: Social security provisions (375€/ month for expats not under German social security), team house; International insurance package; 29 days annual paid leave; Yearly home flight (for contracts > 1 year); Cost of Living Allowance 870€/month

How to apply:

If this is what you are looking for, please submit your application via staff@johanniter.de (cover letter, CV, reference contacts of 3 former supervisors, job certifi-cates if available), stating your earliest start date. Please indicate “Senior Programme Manager SSD” in the subject line of your e-mail.
Deadline for applications: 19 April 2021
Interviews are planned for 30 April – 5 May 2021
Only short-listed candidates will be notified. Suitable candidates with disabilities will be given preference.
Private Privacy Information can be found here
Please note that this position is unaccompanied.
Please note Johanniter requires background checks (incl. criminal record and reference checks) to protect the vulnerable and prevent abuse.

click here for more details and apply

Project Manager: Cross-border Migration (Explosive Ordnance Risk Management), South Sudan/Uganda

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Mar 312021
 

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Countries: South Sudan, Uganda
Organization: Mines Advisory Group
Closing date: 11 Apr 2021

Project Manager: Cross-border Migration (Explosive Ordnance Risk Management), South Sudan/Uganda

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Fixed Term for c.8 months, until 31st December 2021.

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The starting salary package for this position is £47,004 GBP per annum (approx. 66,500 USD including all allowances)

**

About MAG:

MAG saves lives and builds futures by working with others to reclaim land contaminated with the debris of conflict, to reduce the daily risk of death or injury for civilians, and to create safe and secure conditions for development. MAG shared the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize as a founding member of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines for our work to ban landmines. Our vision is a safe and secure future for men, women and children affected by armed violence and conflict.

**

About the South Sudan programme:

South Sudan is one of the youngest, poorest and least developed countries world-wide and is currently facing multiple crises with devastating impacts for resident and returnee populations. Thousands of people have been killed or wounded over many years of conflict, and hundreds of thousands have been displaced by the violence. MAG has been successfully working in South Sudan since 2004, to clear landmines/unexploded ordnance and deliver mine risk education to at-risk populations in a constantly challenging environment. Building on MAG’s long experience in the country, this pilot project is expected to make a hugely important contribution to supporting the vulnerable women, men, girls and boys to settle safely and to build their lives and generate their livelihoods in safety.

**

About the role:

With South Sudanese refugees in Uganda currently facing significant cuts to their rations as a result of funding cuts to WFP and UNHCR, the time has never been more right to carry out this cross-border work. More refugees are crossing back and forth to South Sudan in search of food and livelihood opportunities to sustain their families, but have little or no awareness of which areas are contaminated with Explosive Ordnance or how to recognise dangerous items if they are found.

With more refugees likely to move out of Uganda and IDPs within South Sudan likely to move into MAG’s areas of operation, MAG would like to support partners – UNHCR, WFP, NGOs & CSOs on both sides of the border to better understand the landmine situation in several border districts in South Sudan.

**

This is a significant opportunity for the right Project Manager to lead on a crucial pilot project in our South Sudan programme, aimed at increasing awareness about the mine and explosive ordnance contamination in South Sudan. Reporting to the Technical Operations Manager, the Project Manager will be responsible for leading on the set up and management of the cross-border project. You will work closely with partner organisations in Uganda and relevant authorities to identify and understand the critical explosive ordnance contamination in MAG’s current areas of operation in South Sudan, identify the needs for explosive ordnance risk education (EORE) for South Sudanese refugee communities in Uganda, and bring key informants to the area of operations for follow-on non-technical survey (NTS). You will also work closely with the MAG’s security, technical and community liaison teams in South Sudan to implement and carry out this project. It is envisaged that the role will be split approximately 70/30 South Sudan/Uganda.

**

About you:

The successful candidate will need a minimum of 5 years’ management-level experience working in the humanitarian sector on refugee and cross-border issues, ideally in a conflict / post conflict environment. The candidate should be able to demonstrate the ability to work independently with minimum supervision, as much of this role will be undertaken at a distance from the role manager and support team. Experience managing a full project cycle, including baseline assessment, planning, delivery, reporting and M&E is essential. The candidate should have experience of conducting gender/age appropriate needs or risk assessments in order to design and implement appropriate interventions, as well as in-depth experience of participatory research techniques and community-based and led approaches. The successful candidate will also have proven ability to manage a range of key relationships with host state governments, UN, local authorities and NGOs including Refugee and Women’s organisations.

In line with our policy of promoting gender balance within the programme, we would strongly welcome applications from female candidates.

Please note that as part of MAG’s commitment to safeguarding, this post is subject to background checks before an offer of employment is confirmed. For more information on MAG’s approach to safeguarding and background checks, please click here***. You can also find more information in the candidate information pack, available on the MAG website, using the link below.*

**

MAG is committed to the principles of diversity, equality and inclusion. If you think you would be suited to one of our roles we would welcome your application regardless of your background. We strive to provide an inclusive and supportive working environment where all employees feel respected and supported in fulfilling their potential

How to apply:

For the further information on the role, the application pack and details of how to apply, please visit the MAG website at www.maginternational.org/vacancies-at-MAG by the closing date of 11 April 2021.

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URBAN PROGRAMMING IN SOUTH SUDAN

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Mar 302021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Norwegian Refugee Council
Closing date: 8 Apr 2021

Overarching purpose

The objective of this piece of work is: To elaborate and solidify NRC South Sudan position & thinking with regards urban programming. In doing so, NRC South Sudan will develop a multi- year urban programme strategy document, urban case studies and concept notes for use in proposal development, donor engagement and organisational promotion and policy/advocacy work.

The overall objective of NRC’s urban programming will be to enable displaced people’s protection, well-being, self-reliance and integration in urban areas. NRC wants its urban programming to be effective in addressing the needs of displacement affected communities when it considers life-saving humanitarian response and resilience-building simultaneously, throughout the entire period of forced displacement rather than as sequential phases.

Expected outcomes

Expected outcomes include (and could evolve during the project):

  • Heightened understanding of what urban programming in South Sudan should look like for NRC South Sudan CO staff. This would include gender, marginalisation, youth, environmental protection, economic inclusion and disability considerations, and would be based on Head Office (HO) guidance and consider recent analysis undertaken by the region “Economic Inclusion and Urban Programming”, recent Youth programming workshops. Alignment with the Hilton Foundation funded Economic Inclusion learning project (August 2020 – July 2021) will be sought to ensure internal coherence.

  • NRC South Sudan have an urban strategy that includes key considerations (see listed above) from 2021 onwards. This strategy would be aligned with existing HO and EA&Y RO thinking.

  • NRC South Sudan is better placed to contribute to shaping HO and EA&Y RO thinking regarding urban programming and can share documented case studies to support their position.

  • NRC South Sudan are well positioned for fundraising and donor awareness raising with “submission-ready” concept notes and case studies to share with likely donors.

  • NRC South Sudan have prepared case studies and information that can be used as an evidence base for policy influencing and advocacy work.

  • NRC South Sudan accomplishes key steps in its fundraising and programme design strategy.

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Deliverables and reporting deadlines

Expected outputs include:

1) A report detailing the discussions held and current status of urban programming in NRC South Sudan, including:

  • Case studies on NRC South Sudan urban work for internal and external organisational promotion and awareness raising.

  • An urban programming strategy document developed (max 20 pages)

  • Submission-ready concept notes (at least 2) related to urban programming.

  • Action plan of next steps for NRC South Sudan to rollout and implement the Urban Strategy Document. This includes recommendations for additional areas of urban research (for example Housing Land and Property, access to legal documentation, food security and urban agriculture),

  • Identification of potential donors and partners

A series of remote workshops at NRC Country Office and Area Office level to raise awareness of this initiative, gather and share information and learning and finally to disseminate recommendations, strategies, concept notes and other outputs. Workshops may include participants from CO and RO.

Consultant(s) Specification

NRC seeks expressions of interest from people with the following skills/qualifications:

Knowledge/skills

· Extensive knowledge of livelihoods, economic inclusion, urban programming, protection and resilience issues, including donor priorities, in the East and Horn of Africa, ideally in South Sudan.

· Strong understanding of humanitarian principles, standards, codes of conduct

· Knowledge of refugee and IDP related policies, frameworks and guidelines for humanitarian actors.

· Computer literate and good working knowledge of remote meeting tools and approaches.

· Strong remote/ virtual group facilitation and interview skills

· Ability to relate to people from all levels and walks of life

· Willing to travel and work in remote, difficult and at times insecure areas

· Very high standard of spoken and written English

Experience

· Minimum 7 years’ experience conducting and writing up operational research, organisational reviews or evaluations

· Experienced in developing communication outputs such as case studies, articles and dossiers.

· Experience managing livelihoods / resilience programmes in East & Horn of Africa, including humanitarian response preferred

· Experience in strategy development and giving strategic direction to programmes or country operations preferred.

How to apply:

Interested bidder will get bidding Documents from the link bellow:

https://www.nrc.no/tender/nrc-south-sudan-tender-for-youth-programming-studies2/

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Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator

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Mar 102021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Malaria Consortium
Closing date: 21 Mar 2021

Malaria Consortium is recruiting for a Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator to join our team in Juba, South Sudan.

The Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator will be responsible for the principle monitoring and evaluation activities for the country programme. The Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator will be responsible for: training and capacity building on M&E for MC in-country team, developing, implementing and updating the M&E strategic plan, designing and implementing a data management system for routine programme monitoring ,evaluation and research , reporting on programme activities, monitoring project outputs and quality indicators to determine the impact of projects and ensuring that lessons learned influence future programme selection, design and implementation.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Degree / Postgraduate degree in public health (with focus on epidemiology/bio-statistics) or a pertinent social science discipline such as demography
  • Minimum of 4 years’ experience working in public health in developing countries within government, an international organization or research institution
  • Significant experience in the management of project M&E systems
  • Significant direct experience in survey design and implementation
  • Experience in communicable disease control/malaria control
  • Significant experience and training in M&E designs, tools and methodologies (SMART, KPC, SQUEAC / SLEAC methodologies
  • Excellent skills in information management including recording, analysis, reporting and review methods
  • Proficient in the development of data entry programme, management, analysis and in using statistical analysis software (SPSS,Epi-Info Excel, Access, Stata, DHIS)
  • Experience in methodologies for promoting organisational accountability towards stakeholders, particularly beneficiaries of programming
  • Experience in qualitative and quantitative research designs and analysis
  • Familiarity with GPS and mapping software

How to apply:

To apply for this role, please visit our website (you will be asked to upload your CV and cover letter):

https://recruitment.malariaconsortium.org/VacancyDetails.aspx?FromSearch=True&MenuID=6Dqy3cKIDOg=&VacancyID=2344

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Environmental Specialist -South Sudan

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Feb 042021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Forcier Consulting
Closing date: 15 Mar 2021

Forcier Consulting is currently recruiting a Environmental Specialist for an anticipated UNOPS project in South Sudan.

Duties:

While the details of this project have yet to be fully released, this person will be responsible for providing expert environmental insight and technical support for the project design and implementation across South Sudan.

Requirements:

  • Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in Environmental Science, Resource/Environmental Economics, Natural Resources Management or relevant scientific discipline is required.
  • 5 years of progressive relevant operational experience in public sector and proven track record in working on projects covering a broad range of and infrastructure issues is required
  • Experience in South Sudan is an asset.

About Forcier:

Forcier isn’t the place for everyone. But for those who do find us to be a good fit, they can’t imagine being anywhere else. Our company operates with five immutable laws. If these don’t resonate with you, working with us probably won’t be a good fit for you. If they speak to you, you’ll find a new home with us.

  1. Be nice or leave. All our staff at all stages deserve to be treated professionally and with respect. Discrimination, racism, tribalism, sexism, and neo-colonialist language will not be tolerated. This goes for internal and external interactions.

  2. This is a stress free zone. The places where we work are stressful enough, we don’t need to add extra pressure. Increasing stress increases the likelihood of errors. We all work to minimize stress together.

  3. We embrace a strong work ethic and a strong rest ethic. We believe that balance is critical to long-term success. We all work together to avoid burnout on our teams and ensure that team members have the opportunity to frequently and regularly take complete time off. We recognize the needs for every team member may be unique depending on their individual circumstances.

  4. Safety first. We never put staff or partners in harm’s way for any reason, and we do not ask staff to go places or complete work with which they do not feel personally comfortable – for any reason. We do not offer financial incentives for people to take additional risk (hazard pay).

  5. Quality is paramount. We stand behind the integrity of our work. We don’t cut corners and we deliver the absolute best product possible every single time, both internally and externally.

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Programme Policy Officer (Nutrition) – NOA

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Dec 292020
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: World Food Programme
Closing date: 17 Jan 2021

Summary of Job Description:

This position will be based in the Nutrition Unit at the WFP Country Office in Juba, South Sudan. The incumbent will work under the supervision of the Deputy Head of Nutrition and the overall guidance of the Head of Nutrition Unit as the coordinator of the Institutional Feeding Programme and responsible for WFP South Sudan’s programmatic and strategic engagements in the area of HIV/AIDs & TB.**

  • · Undertake the overall operational coordination of the IFP programme, providing technical and implementation oversight to field offices.
  • · Engage with key policy actors and partners at both national and state level, undertake consultative meetings and field visits where needed, to review existing programmes and identify coverage gaps, operational challenges/constraints and best practices that will inform adjustments to the programme design;
  • · Liaise with the key stakeholders in the country (national and international organizations) establishing sound relationship with different agencies for effective collaboration and common understanding and contribution to HIV/AIDs and TB related programmes;
  • · Participate in key strategic fora including the JUNTA meetings, IFP partner coordination meetings, World AIDS Day and other related meetings.
  • · With the technical support of Roaming Nutrition Officers, operationalize the strategy, building on existing approaches within WFP institutional feeding programmes;
  • · Conduct training of WFP cooperating partners’ staff and Ministry of Health staff on the IFP programme;
  • · Undertake regular performance reviews of the IFP in consultation with the relevant Country Office units, Field Offices and cooperating partners (CPs);
  • Standard minimum qualifications:
  • · Education: Graduate degree in nutrition and/or public health, medicine, Social Sciences or other field relevant to international development assistance; or First University Degree with additional years of related work experience and/or trainings/courses.
  • · Experience:
  • At least 5 years of post-graduate progressive experience in a related field which may include experience in working on food/cash assistance programmes, project management and design, working in or with government structures, especially the MoH departments and participation in policy fora;

How to apply:

Application instructions:

· Applicants are requested to create an account online in the e-recruitment system before applying

· All applications must be submitted online through WFP’s E-Recruitment System**

If you meet the requirements please apply from the links provided below:

Internal applicants : https://performancemanager5.successfactors.eu/sf/jobreq?jobId=133609&company=C0000168410P

External applicants : https://career5.successfactors.eu/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=133609&company=C0000168410P

Alternatively you can search the vacancy:http://www1.wfp.org/careers/job-openings

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

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Head of Learning and Development

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Oct 102020
 

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Countries: Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Uganda
Organization: Rift Valley Institute
Closing date: 23 Oct 2020

Summary

The Rift Valley Institute is seeking a highly experienced and dynamic educator to design and manage a professional development programme for early career researchers in eastern and central Africa. The position will be based in one of the countries in eastern and central Africa where RVI is operational, with frequent travel within the region.

As Head of Learning and Development you will lead RVI’s learning and development strategy. You will work with RVI country teams, managers, partners and RVI Fellows, supporting existing training programmes in South Sudan, the Somali regions and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the development of new blended learning programmes, ensuring consistency in approach and methods. You will support the professional development of early career researchers through bespoke training, coaching and mentoring and generate original research publications that amplify the voices of African scholars and researchers.

The ideal candidate must have experience in leading and facilitating learning and development programmes, a demonstrable record in qualitative research, pedagogical skills and management experience. This role demands the ability to work collaboratively as well as independently, while handling multiple initiatives.

Job Context and Purpose

For many people and communities across eastern and central Africa, conflict, political violence, climate emergencies, rapid demographic change and social injustice are persistent risks, affecting livelihoods and shaping life chances. These challenges require collective solutions by Africans informed by well-founded, evidence-based research generated in the region. Despite a commitment by African scholars and scholarly institutions to understand and address the challenges, there is a deficit in applied social science research capacity. This perpetuates an imbalance in knowledge production and creates an environment in which externally conceived research dominates, resulting in limited understanding of local realities, local ownership of research processes, outcomes and application. The RVI aims to respond to these challenges by linking scholarly research to real-world impact.

This new two-year project supporting African research capacity and the development of research communities of practice is funded by the Peacebuilding in Africa programme of the Carnegie Corporation of New York. It has three related components that build on RVI’s experience. It will:

  • support the professional development of early career researchers through bespoke training and mentoring to increase expertise and knowledge production;
  • establish and convene research communities of practice in conflict affected countries in East and Central Africa;
  • make publicly available locally generated knowledge and amplify the voices of African scholars and researchers through research and publications.

The Head of Learning and Development will have overall responsibility for managing the programme and delivering its intended outcomes. Over a period of twenty-four months, with a six months inception phase, the Head of Learning will have:

  • finalised the design and establishment of an innovative research capacity-building programme;
  • overseen the design and delivery of training programmes;
  • supported the establishment of research communities of practice that brings together African and non-African scholars;
  • identified sources of funding for African research scholarships and African authors.

How to apply:

Apply on the RVI website. Applications must include a CV and a letter supporting your application outlining your motivation, experience, and knowledge relevant for the position, with two professional references. Please read the full job description and person specification here. For further information see www.riftvalley.net or write to recruitment@riftvalley.net.

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Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

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Sep 182020
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: CBM
Closing date: 1 Oct 2020

Main objective of the role:

The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will lead the design, coordination and implementation of the monitoring and evaluation, research, and learning framework of the Neglected Tropical Diseases Projects. Develop a systematic monitoring framework to improve the qualitative and quantitative evidence gathered by the NTD projects and other CBM projects. Provide technical assistance to the implementing agencies, particularly in relation to monitoring, evaluation and reporting.

Main Tasks

· Develop an overall framework for monitoring and evaluation of CBM-funded NTD projects in South Sudan with a particular focus on strong evidence gathering and learning by the projects.

· Develop and revise tools for data collection, synthesizing and provision of statistical data required by CBM for internal use as well as for donor reporting.

· Support Program Manager in reviewing reports to ensure high quality reports are submitted on time for this grant/program.

· Reviews the quality of existing baseline data for the NTD programme and build monitoring systems on these in association with the project partners.

· Take lead in all program/ project evaluations, liaising closely with the Programme Manager and partners.

· Collects, collates and reviews reports from the projects, analyzing them for evidence of impact and identifying successes and challenges in the projects.

· Coordinates with project partners regarding reports and M&E activities, including monitoring visits to partners and project sites for quality assurance, training/mentoring and data clarifications.

· Perform regular field visits to ensure the quality of data collected by Partners and to verify the accuracy of reported data.

· Work with programme staff to design support plans to help partners adopt the reporting formats required by CBM.

We are looking for someone who has;

  • Degree in, public health, community development social or development related studies;
  • Additional training and qualification in undertaking M&E of development Programmes will be an added advantage;
  • At least 6 years’ experience in similar role;
  • Ability to implement and work with statistical tools and methods;
  • Good communication skills for translating data from M&E systems into reports that suits different audiences;
  • Experience working with international NGOs or international development organizations is a requirement;
  • Understanding and practicing institutional donor requirements of major international development organization such IADC, DFID, BMZ, ENDFUND, USAID, UK AID, DEFAT and EU;
  • Experience in training and facilitating stakeholder learning;
  • Understanding and experience in supporting the role of communities and non-governmental sector;
  • Capable of managing multiple responsibilities and able to deliver to strict deadlines

  • Effective and easy communication style, able to relate to a wide range of people and cultures

How to apply:

Candidates with the required profile and proven experiences, who meet these qualifications, are invited to submit via e-mail, a letter of motivation, stating why he/she wishes to work for CBM, CV, three professional references and salary expectations to recruit.nairobi@cbm.org

Application deadline: 1 October 2020

The future job holder will adhere to CBM’s values and commits to CBM’s Code of Conduct and Safeguarding Policy.

CBM encourages persons with disabilities who meet the qualifications to apply for this position. For further information about CBM’s inclusion policy, please visit our Resources & Publications section at http://www.cbm.org

This position is local and subject to local employment and immigration laws. The job will be based in Juba South Sudan.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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Social and Behavioural Change Communication Specialist

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Sep 182020
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Crown Agents
Closing date: 28 Sep 2020

Job purpose:

The SBCC Specialist will operate with a national scope as a member of the core team and will report to the Team Leader. S/he will work to develop a coherent and effective SBCC strategy and monitor results of its implementation through sub-grantees. S/he will provide expertise (guidance and technical support, training, coaching and management) support to the programme team on social and behaviour change communication (SBCC) interventions with particular focus on pre and post bed-net distribution campaigns.

Roles & Key Responsibilities

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  • Provide technical leadership and guidance to the TGF Malaria programme by supporting establishment of standards and quality of SBCC activities.

  • Lead the design and implement SBCC, identify innovative approaches including results measurements, to show achievement of programme targets.

  • Lead, quality assure and contribute to development, roll-out, and evaluation of SBCC strategies and plan; including advocacy for resource mobilisation, programme communication, community dialogues, gender and equity.

  • Provide technical support, training and leadership in the development of social and behaviour change communication (SBCC) strategies and support the development of materials such as SBCC tools, training modules and work guidance documents.

  • Advise the programme team in adapting strategies, development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of SBCC interventions, including the generic marketing activities.

  • Facilitate the uptake of effective SBCC practices in malaria among the programme team at national level and in programme states

  • Advise and provide technical guidance on innovative SBCC approaches which can expand use of existing and /or proven interventions. Use experiential learning during the programme to improve the effectiveness of SBCC approaches.

  • Identify SBCC capability gaps amongst key partners and initiate relevant and targeted capacity building activities.

  • Build the programme capacity in social mobilisation and behaviour change communications. S/he will work with partners to also initiate and carry out relevant capacity strengthening of our key stakeholders such as Ministries of Health, national partners, media and others related to SBCC.

    Qualifications

  • Postgraduate degree or equivalent in Communication, Marketing, Public Health or related field

  • A minimum of 7-years’ experience in directly relevant experience in improving health-seeking behaviours, including acceptance and use of LLINs

  • Demonstrated ability to support development and implementation of impactful SBCC approaches, such as campaigns, developing and testing of materials, conducting community engagement and activation activities

  • Experience working on Global Fund projects preferred

  • Experience working in South Sudan preferred

  • Demonstrable experience in the use of new and emerging information and communication technologies to reach audiences effectively and at scale

How to apply:

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