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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Faculty Positions at Harvard Business School - 8/20/2014

Faculty Positions
To be considered, education and research/professional experience/expertise are required in at least one of the following units:
Accounting and Management: financial reporting and analysis, management accounting, performance measurement and management control systems. Closing date: 30 November 2014.
Business, Government & the International Economy: economic, political, and legal environment in which business operates. Closing date for applicants completing or having completed a Ph.D. in political science with research interests in international political economy or comparative political economy: 1 October 2014 (indicate “Tenure-Track Position: Political Science” on application). Closing date for applicants completing or having completed a Ph.D. in history with research interests in public policy, democratic governance, economic development, and/or political economy: 7 November 2014 (indicate “Tenure-Track Position: History” on application). Closing date for applicants completing or having completed a Ph.D. in economics, especially with research interests in macroeconomics, international trade and finance, public economics, political economy, environmental economics or development: 15 November 2014 (indicate “Tenure-Track Position: Economics” on application).
Entrepreneurial Management: entrepreneurial leadership and organization; emerging industries and technologies; or financing ventures and growth. Closing date for applicants with background in management, organization theory, sociology, psychology, or strategy: 2 November 2014 (indicate “Assistant Professor Entrepreneurship (MOS)” on application). Closing date for applicants with background in economics or finance: 30 November 2014 (indicate “Assistant Professor Entrepreneurship (ECF)” on application). Applicants with a background in economics or finance will need to be available for a first-round interview at the AEA meeting in Boston in January 2015.
Finance: corporate finance, capital markets, investments, behavioral finance, corporate governance, and financial institutions. Closing date: 1 December 2014. First round interviews will be held at the AFA meeting in Boston in January 2015.
Negotiation, Organizations and Markets: negotiation, decision making, incentives, the motivation and behavior of individuals in organizations, and the design and functioning of markets. The unit emphasizes psychological, economic, and behavioral perspectives with empirical, theoretical, and experimental methodologies. Closing date for applicants whose research focuses on judgment and decision making, negotiation, social psychology, and/or organizational behavior: 10 October 2014 (indicate “Tenure-Track Position: NOM - Behavioral Sciences” on application). Closing date for applicants whose research focuses on economics: 14 November 2014 (indicate “Tenure-Track Position: NOM - Economics” on application).
Organizational Behavior: micro- and macro- organizational behavior,leadership or human resources management. The unit welcomes applicants interested in individual, interpersonal, group, and organizational phenomena from diverse theoretical and disciplinary perspectives, including organizational behavior, organization studies, human resource studies, industrial relations, sociology, psychology, economics, and networks, among others. Closing date: 30 September 2014.
Strategy: competitive strategy, corporate strategy, global strategy, firm organization and boundaries, strategy and technology, strategy implementation and process, non-market strategy, and the economics of competitive interactions. Closing date: 14 November 2014.
Technology and Operations Management: operations management in manufacturing and service contexts, new product development, management of technological innovation, supply chain management/logistics or information technology. Candidates should submit a current curriculum vitae and the abstract of the job market paper by 10 October 2014. A full job packet is due by 14 November 2014.
Harvard Business School recruits new faculty for positions entailing case method teaching at the graduate and executive program levels. Applicants for tenure-track positions should have outstanding records in Ph.D. or DBA programs, and strong demonstrated potential and interest to conduct research at the forefront of their fields.
Candidates should submit a current CV, copies of publications and current working papers, description of courses taught, and three letters of recommendation.
Materials should be submitted online to: http://www.hbs.edu/research/faculty-recruiting/
If there are materials that can only be sent in hard copy, please send them to the address below. If applying to more than one of the above listed units, please submit copies of these materials for each position.
Harvard Business School, Faculty Administration
Attn: UNIT NAME Application
Morgan Hall T25, Soldiers Field Road, Boston, MA 02163
Recommenders may submit letters directly at: http://www.hbs.edu/research/faculty-recruiting/
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Technical Market Analysis and Study for Wood-based Panel Products - EOI

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Information Manager for Food Security Cluster

Job Purpose
The Information Manager for Food Security Cluster (FSC) reports to the FSC Coordinator and will play a vital role in collecting, analyzing, and sharing information that is important for the cluster stakeholders to make informed (evidence based) strategic decisions on: the needs of affected populations; the prioritization of areas according to Food Security indicators; where there is a need for Food Security actors and to what degree; what are the key gaps in activity and need; what capacity (human, material, financial) exists to be used in support of the identified prioritised response needs.
The Information Manager for FSC therefore supports the FSC Coordinator by assisting the cluster with data and information it requires to make programmatic decisions. As such, the Information Manager (IM) needs to be able to liaise and communicate with many different types of people and agencies and act as a ‘bridge’ between Food Security decision makers and technical IM staff.
Fundamental to the job is the ability to present information in a way that is easily understood by the cluster members. Sometimes this is through graphic means, such as mapping but also through tables, charts, and narrative writing. Other times it involves discussing the information directly with the decision makers to make important interpretations on the findings.
The scope of this job is established in line with the Emergency Response Priorities of coordination, assessment, and time-critical interventions.
FAO’s Mission and FAO in Emergencies
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is committed to achieving food security for all by making sure people have regular access to enough high-quality food to lead active, healthy lives.
FAO plays a critical role in preparing for and responding to emergency needs arising from both slow and sudden onset natural disasters, food chain emergencies, socio-economic crises, nuclear emergencies, protracted crises and violent conflicts that threaten agriculture, food and nutrition security and/or food safety. FAO’s work in emergencies focuses on reducing people’s vulnerability to hazards before, during and after disasters through risk assessment, risk reduction, emergency response and rehabilitation. Learn more about the Organization’s work in emergencies by visiting our website athttp://www.fao.org/emergencies.
Key Functions and responsibilities
The Information Manager for FSC will:
· report to the FSC Coordinator and respond to the Cluster Membership’s needs for information;
· provide IM services to cluster for key decision making. These services will include data collection, collation, analysis, dissemination processes relevant to the needs of the cluster; this may require building additional and appropriate capacity through the training of additional staff and managing, organizing, and conducting these activities;
  • proactively gather information from other clusters/organizations/military which may be of use to the Food Security Cluster for informing decisions, including movement of population, potential camp locations, road networks;
· identify secondary data and information resources prior to deployment for rapid onset emergency response;
· as appropriate, assist in the design of Food Security data collection forms, ensuring that the purpose and use of all data collected is clear, questions are simple, clear, and easily collectable, highlighting where potential problems might arise; organize and manage the data input and initial analysis and presentation of data for the Food Security Cluster;
· create contact directories of Food Security humanitarian partners;
· maintain and update the Who does What Where When (4W) database and derivative products, such as maps;
· identify needs and gaps for the sector; facilitate and agree boundaries / benchmarks to enable prioritization within the sector;
· prepare an inventory of relevant common Cluster/Sector data sets, including population data disaggregated by age and sex;
· develop simple, user-friendly emergency Food Security monitoring reporting formats in consultation with the local authorities, providers of Food Security assistance and other key stakeholders;
· collect data on the humanitarian requirements and contributions (financial, material, human, as appropriate);
· create maps of 4W, Food Security Gaps per location;
· prepare mapping of Food Security resources, needs and gaps as requested (support may be available by OCHA);
· liaise with OCHA and IM Focal Points in other clusters, share information as appropriate, identify and gather information from other clusters which can inform Food Security response and preparedness decisions;
· perform other duties as required.
Key Performance Indicators
Expected Outputs:
· IM services to cluster for key decision making provided and information gathered from other clusters/organizations/military;
· assisted in the design of Food Security data collection forms; data input and initial analysis and presentation of data for the Food Security Cluster analyzed and managed;
· databases and derivative products, such as maps, maintained and updated;
· needs and gaps for the sector identified;
· inventory of relevant common Cluster/Sector data sets, including population data disaggregated by age and sex prepared;
· emergency Food Security monitoring reporting formats developed;
· mapping of Food Security resources, needs and gaps prepared.
Emergency Response Competency Indicators
All emergency response personnel are expected to exhibit the following emergency competencies:
Values
· commitment to FAO emergency preparedness and response;
· respect affected populations by recognizing their culture, customs, rights, aspirations and fundamental dignity and accounting for their needs and capacities in developing and managing emergency response activities;
· respect and promote integrity and transparency; and
· adhere to the humanitarian principles of humanity, neutrality, operational independence and impartiality.
Core Competencies:
· maintain a results focus on the timely delivery of emergency response programme objectives;
· ensure inclusiveness and open communication when working with team members, partners and affected populations;
· promote a culture of information sharing and learning for continuous improvement with team members, partners and stakeholders;
· shared responsibility and demonstrated responsiveness to challenges faced by the team or any member of the team;
· actively engage with partners and promote collaboration while upholding and reinforcing the scope of the humanitarian mission and UN principles;
· demonstrate flexibility and resilience in changing and challenging emergency context;
· take responsibility for own actions and well-being;
· work effectively in a chaotic and unpredictable environment with limited amenities and support systems; and
· make decisions under pressure and in the absence of complete information and instruction.
Position Specific Competencies:
· ability to undertake research under potentially difficult and sensitive conditions;
· awareness of potential sensitivity of information in the context of FAO’s emergency response and ability to differentiate between information for internal versus external audiences Job Requirements Skills:
All emergency response personnel should have the following:
  • excellent organizational skills;
  • good written communication skills, including in emergency settings;
  • demonstrated ability to analyze problems, make appropriate recommendations, effective decisions, including in emergency settings;
· strong foundation in programme formulation, planning, implementation, management and evaluation.
Additionally, the Emergency Information Manager will possess:
· excellent computer/word processing skills; solid knowledge of Excel is essential; MS Access, ArcGIS or other mapping software would be an asset;
· Information Technology and networking skills; website management skills would be an asset;
· Assessment, Survey, and Monitoring and Evaluation expertise;
· Excellent research, data storage, management and analysis skills, including ability to present information and data in different forms (tables, charts, graphs, text)
Minimum Requirements:
· University degree in a discipline relevant to the mandate of the Organization; preferably, the degree should be in a relevant field or discipline such as Food Security, Agriculture, Geographic Sciences, Humanitarian Affairs, Political Science, Information Technology, Information Systems, Engineering, Architecture, or Communications;
· Minimum of 5 years of proven knowledge and experience in working in humanitarian emergency – experience in the field in emergency context is preferred; ability to analyze and articulate the information management requirements of complex situations;
· Working knowledge of English. Good knowledge of Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian or Spanish, according to the country of assignment.
Working knowledge of French would be an asset.
[1] FAO. 2014. Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations: About FAO. (http://www.fao.org/about/en/)
How to apply:
To apply, visit the iRecruitment website at http://www.fao.org/employment/irecruitment-access/en/ and complete the on-line application. Only applications received through iRecruitment will be considered.
Your application will be screened based on the information provided in your iRecruitment online profile. We strongly recommend that you ensure that the information is accurate and complete including employment record, academic qualifications and language skills.
Vacancies will be removed from iRecruitment at 23:59 Central European Time (CET) on the deadline for applications date. We encourage applicants to submit the application well before the deadline date. If you need help, or have queries, please contact: iRecruitment@fao.org

Hygiene & Nutrition Officer

COOPI – Cooperazione Internazionale is a relief and development organization founded in Italy in 1965. COOPI’s envisions a world without poverty where diverse cultures live together sharing equal rights and equal opportunities. COOPI’s mission is to reduce poverty in the global South through interventions of long-term sustainable international cooperation. COOPI also conducts advocacy activities in Italy, to fight the cause of the serious economic gap between the North and South.
Position Hygiene/Sanitation and Nutrition officer
Reporting To Emergency Project Manager
Duration 4 Months with possibilities of extension
Location Based in Luuq district, Gedo region with travel to project sites
Key Tasks The HSF/Nutrition officer role is to safeguard and improve the public health and Nutrition of the affected
population by: promoting best Hygiene, Sanitation & Nutrition practices, including dissemination of improved
IYCF practices; ensuring appropriate community involvement in the design and delivery of essential nutrition
services.
 Support plan and carry out needs assessments, baseline studies and periodic studies, and feedback
findings to stakeholders.
 Support planned activities to reduce Hygiene, sanitation & Nutrition related health risks.
 Collate data from Community and target beneficiaries and prepare regular reports on activities and
Hygiene/Sanitation and Nutrition conditions for monitoring.
 Analyze the nutrition situation in the operation area and recommend priority actions to be taken.
 Support the project staff in mainstreaming nutrition in the emergency program
 Support the staff with the development of materials for nutrition in emergencies, with a focus on nutrition
information, program monitoring and evaluation
 Train community leaders on simplified methods of measuring the indicators for Wasting, Stunting and
Underweight.
 Sensitize & train target communities on importance of fresh food for children below 24 months and
recommend the best sets of fresh food suitable for them
 Promote importance of breast feeding, appropriate feeding practices for young children, food storage and
preparation, diet diversification, general nutrition and hygiene.
 Conduct nutrition education and cooking demonstration sessions that promotes the use of the vegetables
acquired through the vouchers and how to use them in combination with the other food commodities
 Design ways of building and strengthening community-based systems for the dissemination of improved
IYCF practices (mainly through mother-to-mother support groups)
 Provide linkage between Food security and Nutrition and integrated approach in target areas.
 Provide monthly and quarterly report on nutrition component of the project
How to apply:
Send by Email 1 page letter of expression of interest and updated CV by the Closing date: 29th August 2014 to the following address: THE REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE
COOPI - COOPERAZIONE INTERNAZIONALE,
NOTE: Only short listed candidates will be contacted. Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Food Security Cluster Coordinator

The Food Security Cluster Coordinator will work impartially with all members of the Food Security Cluster and serves and represents the group as a whole, not an agency. He/she will work closely with the UN Humanitarian/Resident Coordinator or their designated official as required.
The scope of this job is established in line with the Emergency Response Priorities of coordination, assessment, and time-critical interventions.
FAO’s Mission and FAO in Emergencies
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is committed to achieving food security for all by making sure people have regular access to enough high-quality food to lead active, healthy lives.
FAO plays a critical role in preparing for and responding to emergency needs arising from both slow and sudden onset natural disasters, food chain emergencies, socio-economic crises, nuclear emergencies, protracted crises and violent conflicts that threaten agriculture, food and nutrition security and/or food safety. FAO’s work in emergencies focuses on reducing people’s vulnerability to hazards before, during and after disasters through risk assessment, risk reduction, emergency response and rehabilitation. Learn more about the Organization’s work in emergencies by visiting our website athttp://www.fao.org/emergencies.
Key Functions and responsibilities
The role of the Food Security Cluster Coordinator, as set out in the IASC Generic Terms of Reference for Sector Leads at Country Level, is to lead and facilitate this process through:
  • inclusion of key humanitarian partners;
  • establishment and maintenance of appropriate humanitarian coordination mechanisms;
  • coordination with national/local authorities, state institutions, local civil society and other relevant actors;
  • ensuring appropriate participatory and community-based approaches;
  • ensuring appropriate attention to priority cross-cutting and cross-sectorial issues (e.g. gender, age, HIV and AIDS, human rights, environment and early recovery);
  • undertaking needs assessment and analysis;
  • coordinating sector-wide emergency preparedness;
  • undertaking planning and strategy development;
  • ensuring the application of appropriate standards;
  • ensuring monitoring and reporting;
  • undertaking advocacy and resource mobilization;
  • undertaking training and capacity building; and
  • provision of assistance or services as a last resort subject to access, security and availability of funding.
  • performing other duties as required.
Key Performance Indicators
Expected Outputs:
  • key humanitarian partners included;
  • humanitarian coordination mechanisms established and maintained;
  • national/local authorities, state institutions, local civil society and other relevant actors coordinated;
  • participatory and community-based approaches ensured;
  • needs assessment and analysis undertaken;
  • application of appropriate standards ensured, including monitoring and reporting;
  • proper training and capacity building undertaken.
Emergency Response Competency Indicators
All emergency response personnel are expected to exhibit the following emergency competencies:
Values:
  • commitment to FAO emergency preparedness and response;
  • respect affected populations by recognizing their culture, customs, rights, aspirations and fundamental dignity and accounting for their needs and capacities in developing and managing emergency response activities;
  • respect and promote integrity and transparency; and
  • adhere to the humanitarian principles of humanity, neutrality, operational independence and impartiality.
Core Competencies:
  • maintain a results focus on the timely delivery of emergency response programme objectives;
  • ensure inclusiveness and open communication when working with team members, partners and affected populations;
  • promote a culture of information sharing and learning for continuous improvement with team members, partners and stakeholders;
  • shared responsibility and demonstrated responsiveness to challenges faced by the team or any member of the team;
  • actively engage with partners and promote collaboration while upholding and reinforcing the scope of the humanitarian mission and UN principles;
  • demonstrate flexibility and resilience in changing and challenging emergency context;
  • take responsibility for own actions and well-being;
  • work effectively in a chaotic and unpredictable environment with limited amenities and support systems; and
  • make decisions under pressure and in the absence of complete information and instruction.
Position Specific Competencies:
  • ability to work and plan at strategic as well as operational levels;
  • understanding of the international humanitarian response architecture, including co-ordination mechanisms, humanitarian reform and action, and funding mechanisms (e.g. Strategic Response Plan process, Central Emergency Response Fund and Flash Appeals);
  • facilitation and communication: experience of high level coordination and chairing of meetings; ability to work with a diverse group of stakeholders and develop consensus and joint working; excellent English communication skills, both verbal and written;
  • coping with pressure: ability to work productively in a pressurized environment and to maintain visibly high levels of morale in difficult circumstances.Job Requirements
    Skills:
All emergency response personnel should have the following:
  • excellent organizational skills;
  • good written communication skills, including in emergency settings;
  • demonstrated ability to analyze problems, make appropriate recommendations, effective decisions, including in emergency settings;
· strong foundation in programme formulation, planning, implementation, management and evaluation.
Minimum Requirements:
· University degree in a discipline relevant to the mandate of the Organization;
· Minimum of 5 years of proven experience in humanitarian response at a mid- or senior level including in the food security sector;
· Working knowledge of English. Good knowledge of Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian or Spanish, according to the country of assignment.
How to apply:
To apply, visit the iRecruitment website at http://www.fao.org/employment/irecruitment-access/en/ and complete the on-line application. Only applications received through iRecruitment will be considered.
Your application will be screened based on the information provided in your iRecruitment online profile. We strongly recommend that you ensure that the information is accurate and complete including employment record, academic qualifications and language skills.
Vacancies will be removed from iRecruitment at 23:59 Central European Time (CET) on the deadline for applications date. We encourage applicants to submit the application well before the deadline date. If you need help, or have queries, please contact: iRecruitment@fao.org

Bar Capacity Development, Short-Term Legal Specialist, Kyrgyzstan

The American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) is an international development program that promotes the rule of law by working with in-country partners to build sustainable institutions and societies that deliver justice, foster economic opportunity and ensure respect for human dignity. In collaboration with our in-country partners—including judges, lawyers, bar associations, law schools, court administrators, legislatures, ministries of justice, and human rights and civil society organizations—we design programs that are responsive to local needs and that prioritize sustainable solutions to pressing rule of law challenges. ABA ROLI has roughly 700 professional staff working in the United States and abroad, including a cadre of short- and long-term volunteers and legal specialists, who in fiscal year 2013 alone contributed $3.9 million in pro bono assistance.
Job Summary
The American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative seeks a Short-Term Volunteer Legal Specialist for the Program to Support the Kyrgyzstani Legal Defense Community. This 10-12 week engagement will be a full-time pro bono position based in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Legal Specialists receive stipends for lodging, meals and incidentals, and are also covered by emergency medical evacuation insurance.
The Legal Specialist will support activities that build the organizational management and capacity and financial management and sustainability of the new unified, national bar association.
Responsibilities
  • Work with the unified bar to develop and draft a strategic plan, constituent documents, and sustainability plans;
  • Provide organizational support and technical expertise to the first meeting of the national bar association;
  • Write and edit regular reports, concept papers, and outreach pieces as needed;
  • Contribute to monitoring and evaluation efforts;
  • Develop relations with donors, beneficiaries, and other stakeholders;
  • Develop and implement long- and short-term work plans and activities.
Qualifications
  • Must have experience as a bar executive or working on bar capacity development;
  • JD and experience practicing law preferred;
  • Prior experience running USG or other donor funded programs in the field preferred;
  • Strong managerial, administrative, and communication skills required;
  • Must be willing to commit to at least 10 weeks of service; and
  • Fluency in English required; ability to speak basic Russian language preferred/welcome.
How to apply:
Due to the volume of applicants, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Finance Manager and Programme Financial Analyst

Finance Manager and Programme Financial Analyst
Organization Action Against Hunger / Action Contre la Faim
Job Location : Toronto, Ontario
Supervisor Executive Director
Salary : Appropriate to experience/range $58,000 to $68,000
Background
Action Against Hunger/Action contre la Faim (ACF) is one of the world's most important international humanitarian organizations uniquely targeting malnutrition and its causes as the focal point of our programmes. Our focus on hunger and its underlying causes leads to profound and positive changes in the most vulnerable communities where we work. Malnutrition is treatable and affordable. We are respected innovators, our research is widely published and we have a reputation for results. The ACF network now works in over 47 countries with a staff of over 5 000 staff and volunteers.
ACF is establishing our presence in Canada and embarking on ambitious advocacy and fundraising activities in 2014 with the aim of putting nutrition at the centre of the global development agenda. We have a growing strong, talented team in our Toronto and Montreal locations deeply committed to sustainable strategies to prevent and treat hunger in developing countries. ACF Canada is also well known for its global leadership of the SMART nutrition survey methodology, the recruitment of professionals for our international operations, advocacy and fundraising to increase public, government and donor support for a world free from hunger.
The Finance Manager and Programme Financial Analyst is a challenging position offering a unique and exciting opportunity for an ambitious professional seeking an international career in the not-for-profit sector with a globally renowned and respected NGO just becoming established in Canada. The office is located at Bathurst and Bloor in downtown Toronto.
Responsibilities
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Finance Manager and Programme Financial Analyst is part of the Senior Management Team and provides key financial guidance to the Executive Director and the Senior Management Team. Working closely with the Director of Operations, the Finance Manager and Programme Financial Analyst is responsible for all aspects of reporting on international donor grants and their programme budget management. In addition, the Finance Manager and Programme Financial Analyst is responsible for all aspects of accounting and finance for ACF Canada, including the day-to-day bookkeeping, accounts payable, receivables, payroll, regular inter-office reconciliations, reporting, forecasting and preparation of the annual financial audit.
Work responsibilities include:
  1. Finance
· Detailed work of entering invoices and preparation of payments;
· Detailed work of entering inter-agency receivables and co-ordinating collection;
· Co-ordinate with the Human Resource Manager, the payroll for both HQ staff and expatriates working abroad;
· Monthly management of inter-agency charge backs and reconciliations;
· Prepare monthly reports for departments and programmes, assist department manager/directors with their tracking of actual results against budget;
· Preparation of all financial reports to funders and responsible for international donor grants financial programme management;
· Prepare quarterly financial reports for Board of Directors;
· Prepare forecasts and cashflows;
· Co-ordinate with the Fundraising department a monthly reconciliation of the donor database with bank records and an efficient system of deposits and reconciliations;
· Detailed management and control of finance and administration records;
· Collaboration, cooperation and liaison with financial counterparts at other ACF agencies;
· Oversight and periodic revision of financial standard operating procedures to ensure maximum efficiency
  1. Programme Financial Analysis
· Monthly tracking and analysis of programme expenses, including detail salary and benefit analysis by position;
· Preparation of donor financial reports, some of which require foreign exchange translation;
· Provide support to Operations staff in the development/review of new budgets;
· Ensuring the quality of ACF-CA project budgets for institutional donors through applying financial guidelines established by these donors (familiarity with donor financial guidelines will be essential)
· Tracking of due dates and related preparation of financial reports per contractual obligations.
  1. Leadership
· Support financial leadership as required by the Senior Management Team, the Executive Director, and the Board of Directors;
· Attend planning sessions, team meetings and annual performance reviews as required;
· Proactive exchange and collaboration with the Senior Management Team and Staff;
· Keep up to date with financial developments within the humanitarian sector;
· Ensure an on-going process of personal professional development and learning;
· Other duties as required by the Executive Director.
  1. Administration
· Lead responsibility for managing day to day matters with Canadian banks and insurance companies
· Management of organizational assets and procedures including leasing of equipment;
· Efficient management and negotiation on behalf of ACF Canada with various service providers and suppliers;
· Ensure organization-wide adherence to ACF procurement policies and standards.
Working Conditions
Standard health and dental benefits are available after completion of three months employment. ACF Canada's work week is the standard 37.5 hours. However, there are specific periods such as year-end or during a humanitarian emergency, when the hours are not predictable.
Candidates must have the legal right to work in Canada.
Required Knowledge/Skills and Attitude
· Related university degree;
· CGA, CMA or CA designation or equivalent in studies or experience
· Demonstrated knowledge of CRA Acts and Regulations regarding charitable organizations;
· Minimum four years experience in a similar position;
· Fluency in QuickBooks and/or other related financial & accounting software;
· Demonstrated experience with MS Office applications with extensive understanding of Excel;
· Strong communication skills;
· Working knowledge of French (written and spoken);
· Experience in financial management of project grants;
· Demonstrated ability to initiate and follow up on recommendations for improvements that result in financial efficiency and improved performance;
· Able to multi-task, establish and manage priorities of tasks and time management and strong organizational skills;
· Able to develop and maintain external relationships with service providers (such as financial institutions, suppliers);
· Interest and commitment to the humanitarian principles of Action Against Hunger;
· Demonstrated ability to pay strong attention to detail.
Desired knowledge/Skills and Attitudes
· Fluency in French;
· Specific knowledge on financial regulations and grant management procedures for DFATD. ECHO, OFDA/USAID
· Previous experience with an international NGO
How to apply:
We are looking for an autonomous and very dynamic professional to complement the ACF Canada team. If you are interested in this position, please send your resume and cover letter to the Manager of Human Resources atrec@actioncontrelafaim.ca before Monday, September 8, 2014 end of day. In the subject line, please indicate ACF-CA Finance Manager and Programme Financial Analyst.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
To learn more about ACF, visit our website at www.actioncontrelafaim.ca

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