Thursday, October 30, 2014

Junior Programme Officer - Mine Action (ICS-9) Roster - Pool of Experts

Although the Roster Profile application has no deadline, Please apply before Sunday, 16 November 2014, as a roster recruitment selection process is planned to take place.
Background Information - UNOPS
“UNOPS plays a critical role in providing management services for our life-saving, peacebuilding, humanitarian and development operations. I have seen many examples of how these activities help suffering people in troubled parts of the world.”
-Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary-General
UNOPS mission is to expand the capacity of the UN system and its partners to implement peacebuilding, humanitarian and development operations that matter for people in need.
Working in some of the world’s most challenging environments, UNOPS vision is to always satisfy partners with management services that meet world-class standards of quality, speed and cost effectiveness.
By assisting UN organizations, international financial institutions, governments and other development partners, UNOPS makes significant, tangible contributions to results on the ground.
UNOPS employs more than 6000 personnel and on behalf of its partners creates thousands more work opportunities in local communities. With its headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark, a network of five regional offices and a further 20 operations and project centres, UNOPS oversees activities in more than 80 countries.
UNOPS is committed to achieving a truly diverse workforce.
Background Information - MACMine Action Cluster
Based in New York, the UNOPS Mine Action Cluster provides a range of mine action services in emergency and post-conflict settings, on behalf of the United Nations, governments and other partners. Established in 1997 and part of the UNOPS Global Partner Services Office, the Mine Action Cluster has helped partners significantly improve the lives of people in more than 30 countries around the world.
It delivers fast and efficient procurement, recruitment and management services to facilitate humanitarian aid and launch emergency mine clearance. The cluster is also responsible for the administrative oversight of its field offices, in line with partner requirements and UNOPS rules and regulations.
One of the objectives of the Mine Action Cluster is to rapidly deploy mine action personnel to the field. To accomplish this, the cluster has established a Pool of Experts for the above mentioned position, from which it can deploy and re-deploy personnel in order to meet partner demands. Through the Global Personnel Recruitment System, the Mine Action Cluster completes the time-consuming aspects of the recruitment process in advance, and thereafter manages and maintains a pool of pre-approved personnel that can be deployed much more efficiently to Fixed Term Appointment (FTA), Temporary Appointment (TA) or Individual Contractor Agreement (ICA) positions in the field.
Background Information - Job-specific
The duties and responsibilities of the Junior Programme Officer (ICS-9) are similar to that of the Programme Officer (ICS-10), with the difference in grades being determined by the complexity and level of responsibility of the specific position.
Functional Responsibilities
· Prepare draft budgets and project proposals for new projects and extensions of ongoing projects as required by the Programme Manager;
· Draft Programme Quarterly and Annual reports;
· Prepare donor reports and funding proposals, including ad-hoc reports as required;
· Prepare periodic substantive reports for implementing partners against donor contributions, projects and activities;
· Prepare periodic financial reports to local authorities as required;
· Provide logistical and substantive support for visits of donors and other delegations;
· Assist the Programme Manager during donor visits, visits to embassies and presentations and visits to/by Mine Action stakeholders in country;
· Liaise with UN partner agencies and donors in mine action in obtaining up to date information on potential funding and projects;
· Attend inter-agency meetings and assist on any programme issues;
· Provide programme information to partner agencies, non-governmental organizations and contractors and UN agencies;
· Maintain documentation of decisions and actions taken on programme issues;
· Actively engage in public information initiatives and maintain close working relationships with UN partner agencies on public information activities;
· Depending on the role which this position will be assigned to within the project administration setup in a specific country/programme (i.e. office structure, DOAs, ATLAS functions, segregation of duties, etc.), the incumbent will have responsibilities determined by UNOPS rules and regulations embodied in its regulatory framework - Organizational Directives, Administrative Instructions and other documents as periodically issued and updated by UNOPS. Reporting lines with regards to compliance with UNOPS rules and regulations are ultimately to UNOPS Chief Mine Action Cluster through the respective Portfolio Manager. In addition, division of responsibilities when it comes to administrative processes in support of the programme objectives will be as determined for each country office and confirmed in writing by UNOPS Chief of Mine Action Cluster;
· Any other duties as requested and tasked by the Programme Officer / Senior Programme Officer / Programme Manager.
Competencies
· Teamwork Skills – Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish and maintain effective partnerships and working relations with people in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.
· Organising and Quality Orientation – Ability to manage, organize, plan and implement work assignments, juggle competing demands and work under pressure of frequent and tight deadlines.
· Decision Making – Demonstrated ability to apply good judgment and decision making skills.
· Communication Skill – Strong spoken and written communication skills.
· Creativity and Innovation – Strong analytical and problem solving skills and ability to handle a range of management and coordination issues.
· Ability to Learn – Willingness to keep abreast of new developments.
· Lives and Breathes UNOPS Values – Takes ownership for all responsibilities and honours commitments.
Education/Experience/Language requirements
· Advanced University Degree (Masters Degree or equivalent) in business administration, project management, social science or related field with a minimum of 2 years of relevant experience; or a first level University degree (Bachelors Degree or equivalent) in a related field with an additional 2 years of relevant experience (minimum of 4 years in total) may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree;
· At least 2 years experience in programme, project management and/or business administration;
· Experience in humanitarian affairs and experience in mine action highly desirable;
· Knowledge of the UN mine action policy and Mine Action Information Management Policy desirable;
· Previous experience in donor reporting and preparing project proposals;
· Excellent inter-personal and communication skills;
· Flexibility and adaptability to work under pressure and meet specific deadlines;
· Ability to work in a multicultural environment;
· Computer literacy.
· Fluency in spoken and written English;
or fluency in spoken and written French and intermediate fluency in English;
or fluency in spoken and written Spanish and intermediate fluency in English;
or fluency in spoken and written Arabic and intermediate fluency in English
Contract type, level and duration
Contract type: Fixed Term Appointment (FTA) / Temporary Appointment (TA) / International Individual Contractor Agreement (I-ICA) Contract level:ICS-9: P2 FTA / P2 TA / I-ICA 1 Contract duration: Length of contract will depend on contract modality and funding availability.For more details about United Nations staff contracts, please follow this link: http://www.unops.org/english/whoweneed/contract-types/Pages/United-Natio...
For more details about the ICA contractual modality, please follow this link:
http://www.unops.org/ENGLISH/WHOWENEED/CONTRACT-TYPES/Pages/Individual-C...
Additional Considerations
UNOPS reserves the right to appoint a candidate at a level below the advertised level of the job.
Qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply
Based on organizational needs at the time of recruitment, applicants accepted into this UNOPS roster pool may be considered for job at the advertised job level or its equivalent. The successful candidate(s) may be offered a contract governed by the United Nations Staff Regulations and Rules or UNOPS individual contractor agreement.
How to apply:
To apply, please go through the following link
https://gprs.unops.org/pages/viewvacancy/VADetails.aspx?id=907

Women's Protection & Empowerment Coordinator

The IRC ERT staff is expected to be deployed in the field, either in an emergency or roving capacity, for up to 75% of the time (9 months a year) and must be able to deploy to the site of an emergency within 72 hours of notification.
Members of the Emergency Response Team are deployed to either support existing country programs in their emergency response, or to initiate a new program in the crisis zone. The overall responsibility of the team is to rapidly and effectively design, develop and manage the IRC's on-site humanitarian response to meet the immediate needs of the affected population. The ERT is also responsible for supporting the transfer of responsibilities and knowledge to the long-term staff to ensure the continuity of IRC programming and operations.
S/he is a member of the Women's Protection & Empowerment Unit and the Emergency Response and Preparedness Unit (EPRU). During emergency deployments ERT staff will work under the direction of IRC's Emergency Field Director or designated country emergency lead. During times with no acute emergency deployment the Coordinator will report to the Director of the Women's Protection & Empowerment Technical Unit.
Major Responsibilities:
Emergency Response
  • Be prepared to be deployed within 72 hours; emergency deployments take precedence over other duties;
  • Ensure high quality and timely assessments of the humanitarian needs in large scale/complex emergences and provide prioritized recommendations for program interventions to the ERT Field Director/emergency lead;
  • Design program responses and strategy, including geographic areas of intervention, in coordination with internal and external actors;
  • Develop technical proposals and budgets for international donors, work in close collaboration with IRC grants and finance staff to finalize proposals and respond to any requests for additional information;
  • Directly manage and/or supervise field based Coordinators in managing grant/program implementation including staff recruitment and training, work plan development, procurement and inventory planning and budget management;
  • Prepare high quality and timely donor and management reports on grants and sector activities
  • Design and implement appropriate monitoring and evaluation systems ensuring consistent reporting and analysis of results to enhance program effectiveness and quality;
  • Ensure compliance with IRC policy and procedures throughout the program team and activities;
  • Represent and coordinate with other agencies, local government, donors and other stakeholders to promote delivery of best practice humanitarian assistance;
  • In close collaboration with country management and global advocacy units, identify, develop and implement strategies to address IRC advocacy priorities;
  • Support media and communications activities as requested by the ERT Field Director/CD/in-county emergency lead;
  • Assess and provide input on post emergency strategies and transition plans for IRC programming;
  • Provide a comprehensive handover to successor, including ensuring transfer of all related documentation, program monitoring data and staff performance information.
Emergency Preparedness
  • Research and communicate new approaches and best practices in emergency response programming; act as IRC representative in related inter-agency and global forums and initiatives;
  • Working with EPRU and HQ program technical staffs lead the development of emergency preparedness and response strategies and tools;
  • Lead or participate in the development and management of global funding proposals to support emergency preparedness;
  • Work with country programs to implement emergency preparedness and response in selected IRC countries;
  • Contribute to the continual development of appropriate and cost-effective contingency stocks, revising the stock list in accordance with lessons learned in the field and monitoring replenishment.
Non-emergency
  • Undertake technical assessments or evaluations of large scale-complex programs;
  • Provide technical support to existing country programs remotely and through in-country visits or short-term deployments;
  • Assist in the development and launch of new technical policy, procedures and training materials;
  • Lead the design and implementation of emergency components of the Technical Unit's strategic plan.
Job Qualifications:
Education: University degree and technical accreditation or equivalent
Work Experience: 3+ years of experience developing and managing technical projects including time spent in emergency/conflict areas
Demonstrated Skills and Competencies:
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with agencies, local governments and community leaders and develop multi-stakeholder support for humanitarian priorities and advocacy initiatives
  • Demonstrated ability to identify, recommend and adopt new or changes in technical standards and best practice approaches to ensure rapid, consistent, high quality emergency response strategies and programs
  • Experience managing large, complex donor funded programs and grants; including staff management, budget oversight, monitoring and evaluation systems, and technical input to proposal-budget development and donor reports.
Language Skills: Proficiency in a non-English language is highly desirable, depending on area of assignment.
Working Environment: Up to 40% travel may be required.
How to apply:

Programme Manager - Countering Violent Extremism

Hedayah - The International Center of Excellence for Countering Violent Extremism
Reports to
Programme Board at Hedayah and the EuropeAid Development & Cooperation Validation Committee (DEVCO)
Department
Programme Management
Background
This Programme responds to the EU’s Counter-Terrorism Strategy which promotes democracy, dialogue, human rights and good governance. Organised around four pillars: prevention, protection, pursuit, and response, it is within the first pillar; prevention, that the EU has engaged with Hedayah, the International Centre of Excellence for Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) to deliver this Programme.
The overall objective of this four year EU funded Programme is to build the capacity of state and non-state actors to effectively challenge radicalisation and recruitment to violent extremism while continuing to respect human rights and international law.
The specific objective is to work with local partners to design, implement and develop approaches that have a demonstrable impact on the threat posed by radicalisation and recruitment to terrorism. It will do so through the allocation of financial support to local implementing partners and the provision of expert support through targeted training and capacity building.
The main activities of this Programme will be to:
  1. Develop and deliver a cascaded training programme for raising awareness of, and building support for, CVE amongst Public Officials and Civil Society Organisations;
  2. Support design and implementation of Civil Society initiatives to CVE;
  3. Address the challenge of media coverage of terrorism by raising the awareness and building the capacity of state and media actors; and
  4. Develop research resources that provide an evidence base for CVE interventions.
General Function
The Programme Manager will be responsible for: the overall programme design; selection of Project Partners and coordination of actions with the Programme Board; general supervision and oversight of the Project Management Team; and contract implementation and accountability to the EU.
The Programme Manager will also be responsible for: managing the provision of analysis, research and communications support to the initiatives; coordination of country level project planning and delivery in coordination with Project Partners; recruitment/selection of third party beneficiaries; and project monitoring and reporting.
The Programme Manager will exercise general supervision of the Grant and Administration Officer’s work on financial control, financial support, administration and project implementation.
Key Responsibilities
The Programme Manager at Hedayah will be responsible for:
  • Line management of an experienced Grant and Administration Officer;
  • Ensuring all activities are carried out in accordance with all aspects of the Description of Action and the terms and conditions of the contract with the Contracting Authority;
  • Overseeing the Programme budget and implementation; including:
  • Budget controls;
  • Monitoring project expenditures;
  • Compiling and submitting financial and activity reports to the Programme Board and relevant EU authorities; and
  • Overseeing the work of the Grant and Administration Officer.
  • Acting as the interface for the Programme’s external activities;
  • Managing the commissioning of research and analysis to support evidence-based training and capacity building initiatives;
  • Managing financial support to target beneficiaries, including;
  • Assisting with promotion of activities and EU visibility;
  • Selection and recruitment of third party beneficiaries; and
  • Monitoring and support to the implementation of the financial support.
  • Designing and delivering training and initiatives in accordance with the Description of Action;
  • Country level assistance to third parties in terms of project planning, monitoring and evaluation; and
  • Local stakeholder outreach, engagement, recruitment for training and initiative activities.
Experience
  • Subject matter expertise in understanding the drivers of, and effective responses to, violent extremism;
  • A minimum of 7 years’ experience and a strong track record in the government, NGO, or private sector with duties including policy making/analysis, stakeholder engagement, communications and project and budget management;
  • Knowledge of the EU funding process and allocation of financial support to third parties; and
  • Experience in supervising and coordinating a small team.
Qualifications
Educated to degree level in relevant discipline e.g. Development, European Studies, Human Rights, Political Science, Security Studies etc., preferably at Masters level.
Key Skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills;
  • Ability to communicate effectively with diverse stakeholders including governments, EU institutions, policy makers, community leaders and actors, NGOs, practitioners and experts;
  • Able to work independently as well as with a team;
  • Constructively managing internal and external relationships with diplomacy, cultural sensitivity and discretion;
  • Ability to meet deadlines under pressure;
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite; and
  • Willingness to travel including to medium to high-risk countries.
Package
Competitive salary with attractive benefits
* DISCLAIMER: This position is contingent on the anticipated funding award from the EU in January 2015
How to apply:
Send covering letter and CV to info@hedayah.ae no later than Wednesday 12 November 2014

Deputy Chief of Party (DCoP) / Nutrition Team Lead – Dhaka, Bangladesh

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
****Deputy Chief of Party (DCoP) / Nutrition Team Lead – Dhaka, Bangladesh****
Effective with the release of this position announcement, Winrock International will be recruiting applicants for the position of DCoP/Nutrition Team Lead. The responsibilities, duties, and qualifications are described in the attached position description.
Position is contingent upon receipt of donor funding.
GENERAL:
Winrock International is a nonprofit organization that works with people in the United States and around the world to empower the disadvantaged, increase economic opportunity, and sustain natural resources.
SALARY & BENEFITS:
The salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits.
APPLICATIONS:
Applicants should go to www.winrock.orgto the Jobs link and submit a current resume and cover letter referencing “DCoP / Nutrition Team Lead – Bangladesh” by November 7, 2014. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt, so you are encouraged to submit early. Thank you.
Winrock would like to thank all applicants for their interest, but only candidates who meet all requisite criteria and are short listed will be contacted.
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****POSITION TITLE:**** Deputy Chief of Party (DCoP) / Nutrition Team Lead
****LOCATION:**** Dhaka, Bangladesh
****UNIT:**** Enterprise and Agriculture
****REPORTS TO:****Chief of Party
****PROGRAM SUMMARY:****
Winrock is seeking candidates for a Deputy Chief of Party / Nutrition Team Lead position to support and provide management assistance to a USAID “Livestock Production for Improved Nutrition Program” in Bangladesh. The project will focus on the Southern parts of the country and will focus on animal production and improved livestock management towards improving nutritional outcomes for disadvantaged families with a special focus on women and children.
Position is contingent upon receipt of donor funding.
****ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:****
  • Manage the administrative operations of the project to ensure efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Provide overall support to the CoP and serve as Acting CoP when needed when CoP is on travel.
  • Assist with management of relationships with local organizations, private sector stakeholders, and government bodies.
  • Manage project activities that support Component 3: “Improved Nutrition Related Behaviors of Rural Households”.
  • Promote innovative approaches to diet diversification, food preservation, and processing techniques that increase the consumption of livestock products.
  • Improve nutrition related behaviors of households through the promotion of nutrition education.
  • Develop appropriate technologies that reduce livestock product spoilages and wastes.
  • Improve incentives to beneficiaries in order to reduce the risks of adopting new nutrition practices.
  • Engage private sector partners and assist with implementation of efforts.
  • Provide supervision, support, and direction to administrative staff.
  • Assist the CoP in administering the project's financial oversight and procedures, ensuring compliance with established Winrock accounting principles and USAID regulations.
  • Prepare periodic written and oral reports to USAID.
  • Ensure quality control and timeliness of all deliverables.
  • Interact directly and on a regular basis with USAID and other stakeholders.
  • Coordinate and communicate on a regular basis with Winrock’s Home Office.
  • Manage relationships with complementary USAID and donor projects.
  • Represent Winrock International and the project to USAID.
****QUALIFICATIONS AND BACKGROUND:****
Education: Minimum of a Master’s degree in Nutrition or related field.
Work Experience:
  • Minimum of 12 years or more of work experience in managing and implementing nutrition related activities with demonstrated strong management and coordinating skills.
  • Demonstrated clear understanding of the importance of nutrition related to the livestock sector in the regional context.
  • Demonstrated record of achieving project objectives in a context of similar scope and challenges.
Skills:
  • Excellent management, communication, and organization skills are required.
  • Must have in-depth knowledge of the public and private institutions in Bangladesh relevant to this project.
  • Must have demonstrated managerial, administrative, reporting and representational skills.
  • Must have the ability to establish a broad variety of professional relationships in project’s interest.
  • Excellent computer skills (word-processing, spreadsheets, and databases) are required.
Other:
  • Spoken and written fluency in English is required.
  • Should have a long-term commitment to work in Bangladesh.
  • Citizens of Bangladesh currently residing in Bangladesh are encouraged to apply.
How to apply:
Applicants should go to www.winrock.orgto the Jobs link and submit a current resume and cover letter referencing “DCoP / Nutrition Team Lead – Bangladesh” by November 7, 2014. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt, so you are encouraged to submit early. Thank you.

Grant and Administration Officer

Organisation:Hedayah - The International Center of Excellence for Countering Violent Extremism
Reports to: Programme Manager
Department: Programme Management
Location: Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Background
This Programme responds to the EU’s Counter-Terrorism Strategy which promotes democracy, dialogue, human rights and good governance. Organised around four pillars: prevention, protection, pursuit, and response, it is within the first pillar; prevention, that the EU has engaged with Hedayah, the International Centre of Excellence for Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) to deliver this Programme.
The overall objective of this four year EU funded Programme is to build the capacity of state and non-state actors to effectively challenge radicalisation and recruitment to violent extremism while continuing to respect human rights and international law.
The specific objective is to work with local partners to design, implement and develop approaches that have a demonstrable impact on the threat posed by radicalisation and recruitment to terrorism. It will do so through the allocation of financial support to local implementing partners and the provision of expert support through targeted training and capacity building.
The main activities of this Programme will be to:
  1. Develop and deliver a cascaded training programme for raising awareness of, and building support for, CVE amongst Public Officials and Civil Society Organisations;
  2. Support design and implementation of Civil Society initiatives to CVE;
  3. Address the challenge of media coverage of terrorism by raising the awareness and building the capacity of state and media actors; and
  4. Develop research resources that provide an evidence base for CVE interventions.
General Function
The Grant and Administration Officer will be responsible for monitoring compliance with the initiative budget, financial accounting, verification of financial and other evidence and preparation of financial reports. The Grant and Administration Officer will also be responsible for administrative support including processing of proposals, MoU’s and contracts with partner organisations and follow-up monitoring and evaluation.
The Grant and Administration Officer will report to the Programme Manager.
Key Responsibilities
The Grant and Administration Officer will be responsible for:
  • Monitoring and ensuring that activities are implemented in accordance with all aspects of the Description of Action and the terms and conditions of the contract with the Contracting Authority.
  • Administering the Programme budget and implementation, including:
  • Budget controls;
  • Monitoring project expenditures;
  • Preparing budget analytic documents and expenditure;
  • Preparing budget forecasts and amendments;
  • Preparing financial reports; and
  • Acting as interface for the Programme’s external audits.
  • Administering financial support to target beneficiaries, including;
  • Assisting with promotion of this opportunity to potential target beneficiaries;
  • Selection and recruitment; and
  • Monitoring and support.
  • Collecting, consolidating and systematically documenting all necessary information to the required level of detail for the interim and final reports to the Contracting Authority, including but not limited to:
  • Financial reporting;
  • Reporting on all aspects of the Action for the period covered including qualitative and quantitative information needed to demonstrate fulfilment of the Contract conditions; and
  • Audits, checks, monitoring and evaluations of the Action.
  • Coordinating communications between the Programme and the Contracting Authority;
  • Implementing country level assistance in terms of project planning and evaluation; and
  • Handling and overseeing MoU’s and contracts/agreements with partners and third party organisations.
Experience
Project administration experience and a strong track record of working in the government, NGO, or private sector including project, financial, and human resource management, quality control and monitoring and evaluation;
  • Excellent knowledge of EuropeAid processes, procedures and project cycle management;
  • Experience of financial management to strict audits; and
  • Extensive experience of the EU funding process and/or allocation of financial support to third parties.
Qualifications
Educated to degree level; relevant professional qualifications desirable.
Key Skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills;
  • Ability to communicate effectively with diverse stakeholders including governments, EU institutions, policy makers, community leaders and actors, NGOs, practitioners and experts;
  • Independent, able to work independently as well as with a team;
  • Flexible, willing to share information and to take up various tasks done in a relatively small office;
  • Constructively managing internal and external relationships with diplomacy, cultural sensitivity and discretion;
  • Capacity to work in a multi-cultural environment;
  • Ability to meet deadlines under pressure;
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, primarily with Word, Excel, PowerPoint and MS Project;
  • Fluent in English; and
  • Willingness to travel including to medium to high-risk countries.
Package
Competitive salary with attractive benefits
* DISCLAIMER: This position is contingent on the anticipated funding award from the EU in January 2015
How to apply:
Send covering letter and CV to info@hedayah.ae no later than Wednesday 12 November 2014

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