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Terms of Reference: Video Production for Start Fund Crisis Response in South Sudan

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May 192022
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Start Network
Closing date: 22 May 2022

INTRODUCTION

Start Network is a global membership of more than 50 organisations, working across 6 continents, to tackle what it sees as the biggest systemic problems in the humanitarian system.

The current global system is not accountable to people affected by crises.

Problems we’re addressing:

  • Decision-making is centralised, and priorities are disconnected from the end-user.
  • It is reactive, fragmented, and inefficient.
  • The humanitarian system’s incentives and ways of working are outdated, inflexible, and resistant to change.

Start Network’s vision is for a locally led humanitarian system that is accountable to people affected by and at risk of crises. We aim to achieve this vision by making systemic-level shifts in the way humanitarian assistance is approached and delivered by:

  • Shifting power and decentralising decision making to locally led networks and organisations.
  • Creating a global financing system that reduces risk, anticipates, and acts ahead of predictable crises.
  • Incentivising and informing innovative, contextual, and sustainable solutions for people affected by crises.

BACKGROUND

The Start Fund is one of Start Network’s funding mechanisms, focusing on small to medium scale under-the-radar humanitarian crises. The Start Fund is collectively owned and managed by Start Network’s member organisations. Projects are chosen by local committees, made up of staff from Start Network members and their partners, within 72 hours of an alert. This makes the Start Fund the fastest, collectively-owned, early response mechanism in the world.

Start Fund has responded to over 15 crises in South Sudan since its inception in 2014. Most recently, an alert was raised to respond to displacement resulting from conflict in Leer County, Unity State of South Sudan.

The internally displaced people (IDPs) have been forced to relocate to Fangak County and others. On the 28th of March 2022, tension erupted between the different warring parties in the Counties of Leer, Koch, and Mayendit Counties of Unity State. The tension has resulted in serious fighting from the second week of April. The influx of IDPs into Fangak county as a result of an outpouring in fighting in Leer this month has resulted in widespread devastation, with numerous people reported killed, wounded, women abducted and assaulted; homes burned, and properties looted. Thousands of cattle were reportedly raided, and markets, homes, and humanitarian facilities and warehouses looted and burnt down.

Start Network would like to produce 2 videos with a focus on the above crisis and Start Fund’s unique niche.

SCOPE OF WORK AND DELIVERABLES

We are looking for an in-country based video production agency or freelancer to develop 2 high resolution videos and 50 high resolution photographs that highlight Start Fund’s initiatives in South Sudan. Below are the outputs we are seeking:

  • One 5-minute video feature of the ongoing crisis response (incorporating community-centred talking head interviews, B-Roll footage, English Subtitles, On-Brand Lower Thirds and Motion Graphics)
  • One 3-minute video summary of Start Fund’s niche (incorporating community-centred talking head interviews, B-Roll footage, English Subtitles, On-Brand Lower Thirds and Motion Graphics)
  • 50 relevant photographs of video participants, community members and scenery/environment (Respectful; always keeping in mind the agency, dignity and collective power of communities)
  • Signed consent forms (for both video and photography)
  • High quality sound recording (using lapel mics and boom mics where appropriate)
  • Backing soundtrack with copyright permissions for commercial use
  • All raw footage for our archives

Additional Details:

  1. The 5-minute video should focus on the crisis itself and the specific ways that we are responding to that crisis. The target audience for this video will be donors that already have an understanding of Start Network and the Start Fund. Therefore, the video should focus more on the programme interventions specifically and the impact that these allow us to make with communities affected by crisis.
  2. The 3-minute video should use the above crisis response as a case study to articulate the Start Fund niche. The target audience for this video will be people who don’t have prior knowledge of the Start Fund, so it should explain the Start Fund niche and how this niche allows us to fill a gap in the current humanitarian system.
  3. Whether applications are made from freelancers or agencies, the applicant/s should be able to provide interviewing, sound recording, translation and interpretation, editing and sound mixing, photography, subtitling as well as project management to ensure informed consent is provided and consent forms are signed in accordance with Start Network’s consent and safeguarding policies.
  4. Minority groups and community-based individuals/collectives are particularly encouraged to apply.

How to apply

Submit your application to fundraising@startnetwork.org by 22 May 2022 19:00h BST. Your application should include your CVs/Resumes of applicant/s, a portfolio with example(s) of previous videos you have developed and your availability from 23 May 2022 to 12 June 2022, which is the deadline to have finalised the videos.

Production Timeline:

Content Gathering: 25 May 2022 to 7 June 2022

Editing and Feedback: 8 June 2022 to 12 June 2022

Delivery of Final Videos and Other Outputs: 13 June 2022

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Terms of Reference: Video Production for Start Fund Interventions in South Sudan

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Start Network
Closing date: 22 May 2022

INTRODUCTION

Start Network is a global membership of more than 50 organisations, working across 6 continents, to tackle what it sees as the biggest systemic problems in the humanitarian system.

The current global system is not accountable to people affected by crises.

Problems we’re addressing:

  • Decision-making is centralised, and priorities are disconnected from the end-user.
  • It is reactive, fragmented, and inefficient.
  • The humanitarian system’s incentives and ways of working are outdated, inflexible, and resistant to change.

Start Network’s vision is for a locally led humanitarian system that is accountable to people affected by and at risk of crises. We aim to achieve this vision by making systemic-level shifts in the way humanitarian assistance is approached and delivered by:

  • Shifting power and decentralising decision making to locally led networks and organisations.
  • Creating a global financing system that reduces risk, anticipates, and acts ahead of predictable crises.
  • Incentivising and informing innovative, contextual, and sustainable solutions for people affected by crises.

BACKGROUND

The Start Fund is one of Start Network’s funding mechanisms, focusing on unpredictable, under-the-radar humanitarian crises. The Start Fund is collectively owned and managed by Start Network’s member organisations. Projects are chosen by local committees, made up of staff from Start Network members and their partners, within 72 hours of an alert. This makes the Start Fund the fastest, collectively-owned, early response mechanism in the world.

Start Fund has responded to over 15 crises in South Sudan since its inception in 2014. Most recently, an alert was raised to respond to displacement resulting from conflict in Leer County, Unity State of South Sudan.

The internally displaced people (IDPs) have been forced to relocate to Fangak County and others. On the 28th of March 2022, tension erupted between the different warring parties in the Counties of Leer, Koch, and Mayendit Counties of Unity State. The tension has resulted in serious fighting from the second week of April. The influx of IDPs into Fangak county as a result of an outpouring in fighting in Leer this month has resulted in widespread devastation, with numerous people reported killed, wounded, women abducted and assaulted; homes burned, and properties looted. Thousands of cattle were reportedly raided, and markets, homes, and humanitarian facilities and warehouses looted and burnt down.

Start Network would like to produce 2 videos with a focus on the above crisis and Start Fund’s unique niche.

SCOPE OF WORK AND DELIVERABLES

We are looking for an in-country based video production agency or freelancer to develop 2 high resolution videos that highlight Start Fund’s initiatives in South Sudan. Below are the outputs we are seeking:

  • One 5-minute video feature of the ongoing crisis response (incorporating community-centred talking head interviews, B-Roll footage, English Subtitles, On-Brand Lower Thirds and Motion Graphics)
  • One 3-minute video summary of Start Fund’s niche (incorporating community-centred talking head interviews, B-Roll footage, English Subtitles, On-Brand Lower Thirds and Motion Graphics)
  • Relevant photographs of video participants, community members and scenery/environment (Respectful; always keeping in mind the agency, dignity and collective power of communities)
  • Signed consent forms (for both video and photography)
  • High quality sound recording (using lapel mics and boom mics where appropriate)
  • Backing soundtrack with copyright permissions for commercial use
  • All raw footage for our archives

Additional Details:

  1. The 5-minute video should focus on the crisis itself and the specific ways that we are responding to that crisis. The target audience for this video will be donors that already have an understanding of Start Network and the Start Fund. Therefore, the video should focus more on the programme interventions specifically and the impact that these allow us to make with communities affected by crisis.
  2. The 3-minute video should use the above crisis response as a case study to articulate the Start Fund niche. The target audience for this video will be people who don’t have prior knowledge of the Start Fund, so it should explain the Start Fund niche and how this niche allows us to fill a gap in the current humanitarian system.
  3. Whether applications are made from freelancers or agencies, the applicant/s should be able to provide interviewing, sound recording, translation and interpretation, editing and sound mixing, photography, subtitling as well as project management to ensure informed consent is provided and consent forms are signed allowing filming and photography.
  4. Minorities and community based individuals/collectives are particularly encouraged to apply.

How to apply

Submit your application to fundraising@startnetwork.org by 22 May 2022 19:00h BST. Your application should include your CVs/Resumes of applicants, a portfolio with example(s) of previous videos you have developed and your availability from 23 May 2022 to 12 June 2022, which is the deadline to have finalised the videos.

Production Timeline:

Content Gathering: 25 May 2022 to 7 June 2022

Editing and Feedback: 8 June 2022 to 12 June 2022

Delivery of Final Videos and Other Outputs: 13 June 2022

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Consultant for Assessment/Developing a Long-term DRM Capacity Building Programme for Social Structure Funding

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Dec 142021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: German Red Cross
Closing date: 9 Jan 2022

The German Red Cross, in collaboration with the South Sudan Red Cross, is currently looking for a consultant to conduct an in-country assessment and support in the writing of a project concept note, focusing on DRM capacity building of our local partner.

Find more information and downloads here:

https://www.drk.de/en/the-grc/current-calls-for-proposals/

Application for SSF Consultancy in South Sudan.

How to apply:

Interested consultants should submit their dossier by 9 January 2022, 8pm CET to Charlotte Sophie Mayer via email (c.mayer@drk.de), stating “Application for SSF Consultancy in South Sudan”. The dossier is to be submitted in English.

The tender is handled via an open procedure.
• Curriculum Vitae
• Letter of motivation summarising relevant experiences and qualifications for the consultancy
• Technical proposal

The technical proposal should contain the following elements:
▪ A chronogram for how the consultant proposes to complete all tasks
▪ A methodology for the exercise

• Financial proposal:

  • Financial proposal should consist of daily fees and applicable taxes

  • Daily fees + % of taxes = overall fees

  • Daily fees need to be inclusive of international travel, insurance and visa costs, as well as any other costs that might incur for this consultancy

  • GRC/SSRC will facilitate and cover the consultant’s accommodation and travel costs within South Sudan.

• Filled out declaration of conformity (see Annex A)
• An example of a previous comparable work
• At least two reference persons

GRC will not consider incomplete dossiers.

Tenderers must raise questions in writing by December 22nd to the above-mentioned email address.

GRC reserves the right to continue the further communication after submission of quotes via a
combination of media (e.g. post, e-mail, phone).

GRC may – but is not obliged to – ask each tenderer individually for clarification of its quote
including breakdowns of prices etc. within a reasonable time limit to be determined by the evaluation
committee.

Payment schedule (upon receiving invoice from consultant):

  • 30% upon signature of contract
  • 30% upon finalisation of workshop
  • 40% upon GRC approval of finalised BMZ concept note

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Readvertisement Country Director – DCA South Sudan

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Nov 052021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: DanChurchAid
Closing date: 28 Nov 2021

Are you looking for an opportunity to lead a professional team of humanitarian and development experts implementing a 110million DKK/ 17 million USD operation in a challenging context?

DanChurchAid (DCA) is looking for a dynamic, visionary and experienced Country Director for its Country Programme in South Sudan. The Country Director will be based in Juba, South Sudan, with frequent travel to the field.

As Country Director, you will lead the DCA country management team and ensure good staff welfare and conducive working environment for 50 national and 13 international staff. You will lead and inspire the strategic directions of the programme, ensuring synergy between its different components as well as high quality, accountable and innovative programme implementation. You will be responsible for nurturing relations with donors and other stakeholders as well as for identifying fundraising opportunities and building partnerships to sustain a continuous growth of the programme. You will also ensure a strong focus on security management, conducting regular monitoring and analysis of the security environment.

The country programme’s overall focus is in triple NEXUS and localised cash-based humanitarian assistance and livelihood programming, GBV, peacebuilding and mine action projects, which are implemented through partnerships with national NGOs or directly by DCA. The country programme operates in several parts of the country with funding from various back donors. The position will also engage with stakeholders such as the ACT Alliance, South Sudan NGO Forum, Localisation working group.

· At least 5 years proven experience in leadership and results-based management at a Country Director level or equivalent position.

· At least 10 years documented experience in managing humanitarian and development programmes and projects in contextual and operational challenging environments and preferably with some work experience in South Sudan. Management experience in complex and volatile security contexts, given the threat to humanitarian staff in South Sudan.

· Proven successful fundraising and donor relations and a capacity to challenge status quo and innovate.

· Cultural sensitivity, strong communication and diplomatic skills, with the ability to build relations both within and outside DCA.

· Programmatic experience with some key areas of DCA’s country programme, such as Triple NEXUS humanitarian response, humanitarian mine action, development, peacebuilding and relevant programming targeting arms and explosive remnants of conflicts, longer term development interventions, rights based programming, gender mainstreaming and roll-out of Core Humanitarian Standards, Localisation and Charter4Change.

· Experience working with implementing partners as well as in setting up and managing self- implemented interventions.

● A relevant tertiary academic education at Master’s level.

● Fluency in English – oral as well as written

How to apply:

We offer:

A two-year contract (with possibility for extension). Start date ASAP preferably no later 2021, with handover in DCA HQ and South Sudan. Terms are according to Handbook for DCA expatriate personnel, non-family postings. 12,17% pension contribution and 6 weeks’ vacation per year.

The deadline for applications 28 November 2021. 1st Interview will be 2 December 2021 and 2nd interview 8 December, if you are selected for 2nd interview you shall make yourself available for a behavioural analysis approx. 30 min and feedback approx. 1 hour on 3-7 December 2021

If you are not able to participate on the above-mentioned dates, please let us know in your application.

Only applications consisting of a motivation letter and a CV will be considered and only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

For further information please visit our website, http://www.danchurchaid.org or contact Cecilie Bjørnskov-Johansen, Programme Director cbj@dca.dk +45 29699132.

All interested candidates irrespective of age, gender, race, religion or ethnic affiliation are encouraged to apply for the vacancy.

Everyone applying for a job with DCA must be ready to comply with our Staff Policy on
Prevention of Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment and our Child Safeguarding
Policy.

DCA conducts an anti-terror check as part of the recruitment process. It is a prerequisite that you can pass this check and maintain this status throughout your employment with us.

DanChurchAid is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping the world’s poorest. We work to save lives, to build resilient communities, and to fight extreme inequality.

To Apply: use the following link https://www.danchurchaid.org/join-us/jobs/international-vacancies/readvertisement-country-director-dca-south-sudan

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Readvertisement Country Director – DCA South Sudan

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Nov 042021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: DanChurchAid
Closing date: 28 Nov 2021

Are you looking for an opportunity to lead a professional team of humanitarian and development experts implementing a 110million DKK/ 17 million USD operation in a challenging context?

DanChurchAid (DCA) is looking for a dynamic, visionary and experienced Country Director for its Country Programme in South Sudan. The Country Director will be based in Juba, South Sudan, with frequent travel to the field.

As Country Director, you will lead the DCA country management team and ensure good staff welfare and conducive working environment for 50 national and 13 international staff. You will lead and inspire the strategic directions of the programme, ensuring synergy between its different components as well as high quality, accountable and innovative programme implementation. You will be responsible for nurturing relations with donors and other stakeholders as well as for identifying fundraising opportunities and building partnerships to sustain a continuous growth of the programme. You will also ensure a strong focus on security management, conducting regular monitoring and analysis of the security environment.

The country programme’s overall focus is in triple NEXUS and localised cash-based humanitarian assistance and livelihood programming, GBV, peacebuilding and mine action projects, which are implemented through partnerships with national NGOs or directly by DCA. The country programme operates in several parts of the country with funding from various back donors. The position will also engage with stakeholders such as the ACT Alliance, South Sudan NGO Forum, Localisation working group.

· At least 5 years proven experience in leadership and results-based management at a Country Director level or equivalent position.

· At least 10 years documented experience in managing humanitarian and development programmes and projects in contextual and operational challenging environments and preferably with some work experience in South Sudan. Management experience in complex and volatile security contexts, given the threat to humanitarian staff in South Sudan.

· Proven successful fundraising and donor relations and a capacity to challenge status quo and innovate.

· Cultural sensitivity, strong communication and diplomatic skills, with the ability to build relations both within and outside DCA.

· Programmatic experience with some key areas of DCA’s country programme, such as Triple NEXUS humanitarian response, humanitarian mine action, development, peacebuilding and relevant programming targeting arms and explosive remnants of conflicts, longer term development interventions, rights based programming, gender mainstreaming and roll-out of Core Humanitarian Standards, Localisation and Charter4Change.

· Experience working with implementing partners as well as in setting up and managing self- implemented interventions.

● A relevant tertiary academic education at Master’s level.

● Fluency in English – oral as well as written

How to apply:

We offer:

A two-year contract (with possibility for extension). Start date ASAP preferably no later 2021, with handover in DCA HQ and South Sudan. Terms are according to Handbook for DCA expatriate personnel, non-family postings. 12,17% pension contribution and 6 weeks’ vacation per year.

The deadline for applications 28 November 2021. 1st Interview will be 2 December 2021 and 2nd interview 8 December, if you are selected for 2nd interview you shall make yourself available for a behavioural analysis approx. 30 min and feedback approx. 1 hour on 3-7 December 2021

If you are not able to participate on the above-mentioned dates, please let us know in your application.

Only applications consisting of a motivation letter and a CV will be considered and only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

For further information please visit our website, http://www.danchurchaid.org or contact Cecilie Bjørnskov-Johansen, Programme Director cbj@dca.dk +45 29699132.

All interested candidates irrespective of age, gender, race, religion or ethnic affiliation are encouraged to apply for the vacancy.

Everyone applying for a job with DCA must be ready to comply with our Staff Policy on
Prevention of Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment and our Child Safeguarding
Policy.

DCA conducts an anti-terror check as part of the recruitment process. It is a prerequisite that you can pass this check and maintain this status throughout your employment with us.

DanChurchAid is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping the world’s poorest. We work to save lives, to build resilient communities, and to fight extreme inequality.

To Apply: use the following link https://www.danchurchaid.org/join-us/jobs/international-vacancies/readvertisement-country-director-dca-south-sudan

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Consultant, Disaster Law Bill Development

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Jul 082021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies
Closing date: 13 Jul 2021

The Disaster Law consultant will have the following responsibilities:

Drafting of the DM Bill

  • Develop the zero draft of the DM Bill in line with the National DRM Strategy Disaster Law tools and recommended best practices in the region.
  • Technically support the deliberation of the zero draft during working group meetings and technical stakeholder engagements.
  • Support in the development of the action plan with clear and achievable timelines for the finalization of the DM Bill

Technical support and capacity building to the South Sudan Red Cross:

  • Provide training and guidance to the SSRC Disaster Law Legal Advisor in the development of Disaster Risk Management instruments.
  • Provide support to SSRC in their engagements with MHADM and other stakeholder groups in the DM Law development process.

Support the SSRC in the development of an advocacy strategy for the finalization of the Bill with note to key stakeholders to be continuously engaged by SSRC, in follow up with the action plan.

How to apply:

Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications via IFRC e-Recruitment system, by 13 July 2021 at the latest, referring to this advertisement.

IFRC only accepts duly completed applications submitted through the IFRC e-Recruitment system . The online tool also allows candidates to track the status of their application.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

For further information please refer to: https://www.ifrc.org/en/who-we-are/working-with-us/current-vacancies/job-description/?id=81775

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Consultant, Disaster Law Bill Development

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Jul 022021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies
Closing date: 13 Jul 2021

The Disaster Law consultant will have the following responsibilities:

Drafting of the DM Bill

  • Develop the zero draft of the DM Bill in line with the National DRM Strategy Disaster Law tools and recommended best practices in the region.
  • Technically support the deliberation of the zero draft during working group meetings and technical stakeholder engagements.
  • Support in the development of the action plan with clear and achievable timelines for the finalization of the DM Bill

Technical support and capacity building to the South Sudan Red Cross:

  • Provide training and guidance to the SSRC Disaster Law Legal Advisor in the development of Disaster Risk Management instruments.
  • Provide support to SSRC in their engagements with MHADM and other stakeholder groups in the DM Law development process.

Support the SSRC in the development of an advocacy strategy for the finalization of the Bill with note to key stakeholders to be continuously engaged by SSRC, in follow up with the action plan.

How to apply:

Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications via IFRC e-Recruitment system, by 13 July 2021 at the latest, referring to this advertisement.

IFRC only accepts duly completed applications submitted through the IFRC e-Recruitment system . The online tool also allows candidates to track the status of their application.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

For further information please refer to: https://www.ifrc.org/en/who-we-are/working-with-us/current-vacancies/job-description/?id=81775

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Programme Officer, South Sudan

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Jan 082021
 

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Country: South Sudan
Organization: Mines Advisory Group
Closing date: 20 Jan 2021

Programme Officer, South Sudan

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The starting salary package for this position is £38,796 GBP / approx. $52,000 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.

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About the South Sudan programme:

South Sudan is one of the youngest, poorest and least developed countries world-wide. The 2013 outbreak of hostilities has led to thousands of people being killed or wounded, and hundreds of thousands of people being 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.

About the role:

This is an exciting opportunity to join our well established team in our South Sudan programme. Reporting to the Country Director, the Programme Officer will have responsibilities for leading on and managing the process of proposal development, report writing, grant management and assisting the Country Director to meet contractual requirements. You will work closely with both HQ colleagues in Manchester and MAG’s operational staff in South Sudan, managing and coordinating programme information and data to accurately draft proposals, reports and assist the Country Director to monitor contractual compliance. You will also work closely with the Country Director to create and maintain relationships with key stakeholders in South Sudan including donors, partners and other parties as required.

About you:

The successful candidate will need experience working in international aid or development, ideally overseas in a conflict / post conflict environment and be able to demonstrate the ability to work independently with minimum supervision. The ability to work in dynamic teams of national and international staff and produce written material of the highest quality is essential. It is also important that candidate is self-motivated, flexible and has an enthusiastic approach to work. The successful candidate should also have experience leading on the coordination and writing of reports and leading on proposal development for a range of institutional donors and have excellent literacy, numeracy and IT skills.

In order to strive towards gender diversity 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.

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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 form and details of how to apply, please visit the MAG website at www.maginternational.org/vacancies-at-MAG by the closing date of 20 January 2021. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so please apply as soon as possible.

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