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Casework Supervisor
Country: United States of America Organization: International Rescue Committee Closing date: 31 Mar 2023 IRC Background: The mission of the International Rescue Committee (IRC) is to help people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their future. Founded in 1933, the IRC has a presence in over 40 countries and 27 offices in the United States; the IRC leads the way from harm to home. IRC opened an office in Spokane in 2022 and provides a continuum of services including intensive case management, employment services, immigration assistance, health and wellness programming, and education support to refugee and immigrant families in Washington State. IRC Spokane is committed to providing trauma-informed, equitable, and accessible services and maintaining and evolving a diverse, inclusive, and supportive workplace. **Job Overview:**The Casework Supervisor will be part of Resettlement team and will lead the technical support services to the newly arrived refugees and immigrants. The Casework Supervisor will supervise Caseworkers and assist them in their day-to-day resettlement services. Major Responsibilities: Program Oversight Supervise program staff to ensure that all core services are provided within the required timeframes; Conduct regular and timely case file reviews with team members; Ensure compliance with case file documentation and reporting requirements; Provide training and dissemination of program updates of donor requirements through on-going review of the funder agreements and organizational announcements; Assist with providing data and reports for local leadership and IRC HQ, and community partners, as requested; Meet with clients regularly to ensure positive experience and to regularly receive client voice and feedback; Support client grievance when appropriate; Oversee program spending, flex funds, and required funds distribution. Supervision Meet regularly (once or more times a week) with staff to assign duties and ensure that tasks are completed; Coordinate team direct service meetings; ensure communication and collaboration across departments; Supervise direct service staff, Interpreters and Casework Assistants, including recruitment, onboarding, and oversight which includes onboarding, training and support of new hires, performance evaluations, and related HR tasks; Ensure all staff have updated development plans and work to ensure appropriate diversity, equity and inclusion measures are implemented; Approve timesheets and overtime. Direct Service Provide individualized intake and referrals and supporting clients through social service referrals, medical access and advocacy services by assessing and evaluating each client’s distinct needs; Independently develop reasonable resettlement and/or self-sufficiency plans and timelines for each client to facilitate client expectations; Ensure that clients are provided the basic tools vital to meet their established short-term goals and objectives; Assess and monitor client progress at regular intervals to ensure progress on goals is made; designated resources are maximized; modifying initial resettlement plans and other case file documents as required; Complete all necessary data entry and filing in hard-copy case files and databases. Key Working Relationships: Position Reports to: Resettlement manager Other Internal and/or external contacts: Internal: Resettlement Housing, Casework, and Quality Assurance teams; Employment Team; Operations Team; Finance Team; other IRC Washington Program Teams External: Housing Providers, Healthcare Providers, Public Schools, Community Colleges, DSHS and other community partners Job Requirements: Undergraduate degree with an emphasis in Social Work or an equivalent field of study; equivalent experience may be substituted. Three to four years of relevant work experience. A significant portion of this experience should include responsibilities in social services, humanitarian relief, public service, or other not-for-profit environments. 2 years of supervisory experience preferred. A proven record of increasingly responsible roles in a mission and outcome driven environment. Highly organized self-starter with proven success handling multiple priorities, making critical decisions, and delivering results in a fast-paced environment with tight deadlines. Demonstrated success achieving goals and communicating effectively a multi-cultural environment. Strong communications skills, both oral and written, are required for this role. Fluent in English, both spoken and written; other language ability in one of the predominant languages of the local client base preferred. Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook). Commitment to DEI principles and an inclusive work environment. Valid driver’s license, reliable vehicle with current insurance, and the ability to travel regularly throughout the service delivery area. Working Environment:** Standard, professional office environment; hybrid remote, office, and field work May require occasional weekend and /or evening work COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement: In accordance with IRC’s duty to provide and maintain a workplace that is free of known hazards and our commitment to safeguard the health of our employees, clients, and communities, IRC requires candidates who are selected for interview to furnish proof of vaccination against COVID-19 in order to be considered for this position. Commitment to Diversity and Inclusivity: IRC is committed to building a diverse organization and a climate of inclusivity. We strongly encourage applications from candidates who can demonstrate that they can contribute to this goal. Equal Opportunity Employer: We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation. US Benefits: We offer a comprehensive and highly competitive set of benefits. In the US, these include: 10 sick days, 10 US holidays, 20-25 paid time off days depending on role and tenure, medical insurance starting at $120 per month, dental starting at $7 per month, and vision starting at $5 per month, FSA for healthcare and commuter costs, a 403b retirement savings plans with immediately vested matching, disability & life insurance, and an Employee Assistance Program which is available to our staff and their families to support counseling and care in times of crisis and mental health struggles. How to applyPlease apply on our website: https://rescue.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/37699?c=rescue
Intake Specialist
Country: United States of America Organization: International Rescue Committee Closing date: 31 Mar 2023 Job Overview: The Intake Specialist assists community members seeking to access IRC services by conducting eligibility screenings, sharing up-do-date information about programs, connecting eligible community members with IRC services, and referring them to external service providers. Major Responsibilities: Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Maintain up-to-date knowledge and eligibility criteria for all programs offered by the IRC. Conduct eligibility screenings for walk-in clients including parolees, SIVs, and secondary migrant refugees. Support client enrollment into programs for which they qualify and refer ineligible clients to community resources such as local departments of social services, shelters, food banks, crisis centers, and others as applicable. Detail each client interaction in accordance with established requirements. Input client information in database(s) and assist with tracking and reporting as needed. Collaborate effectively with coworkers and partner organizations. Build and maintain relationships with area service providers for the benefit of clients. May train and lead the activities of support staff, volunteers, and interns. Other duties as assigned. Job Requirements: Education: Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field of study preferred. Work Experience: Relevant professional experience in human services field required; minimum of 2 years’ experience strongly preferred. Experience working with refugee and/or immigrant populations strongly preferred. Demonstrated Skills & Competencies: Strong relationship building, diplomacy, and networking skills; ability to effectively build internal and external relationships. Demonstrated success working and communicating effectively in a multi-cultural environment. Self-starter with excellent problem-solving skills combined with the proven ability to multi-task, prioritize duties, and manage time effectively. Attention to detail and accuracy in work product. Fluent in English, both spoken and written; proficiency in language(s) spoken by IRC’s clients is desired; including Spanish and/or Haitian Creole. Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook); ability to use the internet and other digital tools for data entry, research and problem-solving purposes. Working Environment: Standard office environment. May require occasional weekend and/or evening work. COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement: In accordance with IRC’s duty to provide and maintain a workplace that is free of known hazards and our commitment to safeguard the health of our employees, clients, and communities, IRC requires new hires to furnish proof of vaccination against COVID-19 in order to be considered for any in-office or hybrid positions. All IRC US offices require full vaccination to attend any in-office functions (e.g., meetings, trainings). Commitment to Diversity and Inclusivity: IRC is committed to building a diverse organization and a climate of inclusivity. We strongly encourage applications from candidates who can demonstrate that they can contribute to this goal. Equal Opportunity Employer: We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation. US Benefits: We offer a comprehensive and highly competitive set of benefits. In the US, these include: 10 sick days, 10 US holidays, 20-25 paid time off days depending on role and tenure, medical insurance starting at $120 per month, dental starting at $7 per month, and vision starting at $5 per month, FSA for healthcare and commuter costs, a 403b retirement savings plans with immediately vested matching, disability & life insurance, and an Employee Assistance Program which is available to our staff and their families to support counseling and care in times of crisis and mental health struggles. How to applyPlease apply on our website: https://rescue.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/37697?c=rescue
Associate Supply Officer - Sustainable Supply & Digital Transformation, P2 (TA), Budapest
Country: Hungary Organization: UN High Commissioner for Refugees Closing date: 13 Feb 2023 Organizational Setting and Work Relationships The Associate Supply Officer supports all activities pertaining to the supply chain function including planning, sourcing, transport, shipping, customs clearance and warehousing management within the Area of Responsibility (AoR). The position may be located at Headquarters (within DESS), in a Regional Bureau or in a Country Office. The incumbent is normally supervised by the (Senior) Supply Officer or other senior staff with supply oversight function who defines the objectives and provides general guidance. S/he will also refer to UNHCR manuals and relevant policy papers. The incumbent normally supervises some staff and/or AWF. In Bureaus and country operations s/he maintains regular contacts on working level with other UN agencies, UNHCR Partners, NGOs, government partners and commercial contractors in the area of operation. S/he will support effective supply chain that enables the office to meet the needs of persons of concerns as well as timely delivery of quality goods and services to persons of concern. Further, the incumbent will assist in the maintenance of a supply chain infrastructure that is robust and flexible enough to accommodate the needs of the operation and that enables timely emergency responses, along with effective partners to support supply activities. The Associate Supply Officer maintains impartial, ethical and customer-oriented relations with suppliers and Partner organizations; exchanges information with counterparts in other UN agencies, and International Organisations within the limits established by UN /UNHCR Procurements Rules and assists with joint procurement actions if, as and whenever necessary. The incumbent will support the coordination of the delivery of assistance from the regional warehouse, if applicable. S/he will liaise with SMS staff who manage the Global Stockpiles and who manage the Global Asset and Fleet Management, if and as required and if applicable. All UNHCR staff members are accountable to perform their duties as reflected in their job description. They do so within their delegated authorities, in line with the regulatory framework of UNHCR which includes the UN Charter, UN Staff Regulations and Rules, UNHCR Policies and Administrative Instructions as well as relevant accountability frameworks. In addition, staff members are required to discharge their responsibilities in a manner consistent with the core, functional, cross-functional and managerial competencies and UNHCR¿s core values of professionalism, integrity and respect for diversity. Duties - Support all activities pertaining to the supply chain function including planning, sourcing, transport, shipping, customs clearance, warehousing, asset and fleet management, as applicable. - Support the procurement process to ensure timely, cost-effective and adequate delivery of commodities and services to support operational needs. - Identify partners for supply chain projects based on objectives, priorities, strengths and resources of the UNHCR Partner and/or contractor, according to criteria consistent with UNHCR rules and regulations. - Develop relevant contacts and build constructive relations with UN agencies, UNHCR Partners, government authorities and other partners as applicable. - Ensure accurate and comprehensive records on supply activities and provide timely reports and updates both periodically and on request. - Manage the vendor related processes including identification, assessment and selection of vendors based on their capability for delivering commodities and services. Ensure vendor and item master databases are up to date. - Oversee tender processes and manage the preparation of proposals for award of contracts to the relevant CoCs. - Ensure the quality standards for commodities and services are respected by vendors in relation to the needs of the location and tender/purchase specifications. - Prepare plans for delivery of relief and other non-food items according to the operational needs and regularly update the information in UNHCR IT systems. - Apply UNHCR's sourcing and procurement strategy when planning for purchase of important commodities and services. - Ensure timely customs clearance of consignments and establishment & maintenance of warehousing according to "best practices" and UNHCR rules and regulations. - Manage an efficient system for the release, and redeployment of goods. - Oversee and coordinate as required the release and transportation and of relief and other non-food items. - Monitor the quality and accuracy of supply chain related data in relevant business systems. Compile and analyse statistical information, identify trends and developments in supply chain related matters that will assist in decision making - Implement supply operations based on interpretations of the situation and conclusions to how the operation can be best implemented. - Resolve difficulties in the local supply chain by finding solutions to problems and bottlenecks, and provide regular reports on supply chain activities, the status of requests and the availability of items in the supply chain. - Disseminate, promote commitment to and monitor compliance with UNHCR's global policies, standards and guidance on supply chain management. - Support effective information flow in the supply chain and adapt process and documents to the prevailing environment. In the Regional Bureaux: - Support Country Operations in implementing supply operations based on interpretations of the situation and conclusions to how the operation can be best implemented particularly in emergency context. - Assist country operations achieving full compliance with rules & regulations in all supply activities. - Track the progress of specific periodic operations and provide guidance that ensures timely implementation. - Facilitate training of supply staff and assist in coaching and advising individuals or Supply teams as requested. - Track global Supply KPIs for the region and devise regional ones as required. - Monitor all periodic Supply exercises such as monthly reconciliations, quarterly physical inventory exercises, and year-end accounts closure procedures and ensure that they are implemented throughout the region and provide relevant reports to senior managers. - Support the analysis of country financial reports and work with the Country Operations Supply Team leaders to address red areas relating to Supply aspects of operations. - Support the country needs assessment plans and assist in combining them into regional procurement plans and monitor their timely implementation and changes based on operational needs. In the Country Operations: - Adapt standard supply chain structures to the local environment that are consistent with the operational needs. - Assist the office should they need additional office space or extensions to their office leases, lease hold improvements or other construction. Carry out the procurement aspect of the establishment of office leases or extensions. - Assist in the coordination with CBI stakeholders the design and implementation of the market assessment and market monitoring to determine if CBI is option. Carry out the procurement action to contract Financial Service Providers (FSP). - Support the establishment and maintenance of an efficient and skilled workforce that is capable of supporting on-going operations. - Support the identification of partners for supply chain projects based on objectives, priorities, strengths and resources of the Partner and/or contractor, according to criteria consistent with UNHCR rules and regulations. - Implement effective asset and fleet management that regularly monitors the asset/fleet pool, increases efficiency safeguards the investment of the organisation. - Support the coordination activities of Partners and/or contractors performing supply related activities, and ensure that they understand and adhere to relevant UNHCR rules and procedures. - Maintain an up-to-date overview of the location's supply chain capacity and preparedness, as well as, that of its partners to ensure that adequate capacity exist also to cover emergencies. - Depending on the size of the operation act as ex-officio in the LCC Review and clear procurement cases for the relevant procurement authority. - Perform other related duties as required. Minimum Qualifications Education & Professional Work Experience Years of Experience / Degree Level For P2/NOB - 3 years relevant experience with Undergraduate degree; or 2 years relevant experience with Graduate degree; or 1 year relevant experience with Doctorate degree Field(s) of Education Supply Chain Management; Business Administration; International Commerce; Engineering; or other relevant field. (Field(s) of Education marked with an asterisk* are essential) Certificates and/or Licenses Certificate from Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supplies, e.g. CFIPS, CMIPS, MCIPS; (Certificates and Licenses marked with an asterisk* are essential) Relevant Job Experience Essential: Proficient knowledge of logistics/supply systems with proven experience at previous work positions, preferably UN. Good working knowledge and experience in handling contract issues in the context of UN policies and standards. Experience in contract negotiations; ability to provide technical guidance to subordinate staff; ability to plan and organise work assignments, often under close deadlines. Proven ability to deal with multiple tasks with speed, in a courteous and service oriented manner. Desirable: Database management skills and experience and working knowledge of ERP systems, ideally of UNHCR¿s MSRP Supply Chain Module would be an advantage. Strong interpersonal and negotiation skills to deal with persons of different cultural and educational backgrounds. Technical knowledge of types of services, supplies and goods purchased by UNHCR for Headquarters, Regional and Field Offices would be an advantage. Relevant training, such as CIPS, or other public procurement trainings. Knowledge of UN and UNHCR Financial Regulations and Rules relating to procurement and UNHCR Chapter 8. Aviation services knowledge for movements of goods/passengers. Proven ability to manage a team. Functional Skills SC-PeopleSoft Supply Chain Management SC-Supply Planning SC-Warehouse Management SC-Asset Management SC-Fleet Management UN-UN/UNHCR Administrative Rules, Regulations and Procedures SC-UN/UNHCR Procurement Rules and Procedures IT-Computer Literacy SC-Customs clearance SC-Logistics (Functional Skills marked with an asterisk* are essential) Language Requirements For International Professional and Field Service jobs: Knowledge of English and UN working language of the duty station if not English. For National Professional jobs: Knowledge of English and UN working language of the duty station if not English and local language. For General Service jobs: Knowledge of English and/or UN working language of the duty station if not English. All UNHCR workforce members must individually and collectively, contribute towards a working environment where each person feels safe, and empowered to perform their duties. This includes by demonstrating no tolerance for sexual exploitation and abuse, harassment including sexual harassment, sexism, gender inequality, discrimination and abuse of power. As individuals and as managers, all must be proactive in preventing and responding to inappropriate conduct, support ongoing dialogue on these matters and speaking up and seeking guidance and support from relevant UNHCR resources when these issues arise. This is a Standard Job Description for all UNHCR jobs with this job title and grade level. The Operational Context may contain additional essential and/or desirable qualifications relating to the specific operation and/or position. Any such requirements are incorporated by reference in this Job Description and will be considered for the screening, shortlisting and selection of candidates. Desired Candidate Profile UNHCR delivers life-saving core relief items to People Forced to Flee. Operations have been growing exponentially, with further risks of escalation due to climate disasters. By 2050, around 200 million people will be in need of humanitarian assistance annually due to the effects of climate change. To handle growing demands, UNHCR is redesigning its supply chain to become simple, swift, and sustainable. Through this strategy, implemented by the Business Transformation Program (BTP) which manages the organization’s digital transformation, as well as the UNHCR’s Strategic Framework for Climate Action1, UNHCR will simultaneously shift to a new Cloud ERP (powered by Oracle Fusion Cloud)while simplifying processes and adopting sustainable practices across strategic, tactical, and operational levels of the supply chain. By July 2023, 800+ Supply colleague across all UNHCR operations across the globe will use all Cloud Source-to-Receipt (S2R), Logistics and Inventory (LOG & INV), Product Data Hub (PDH) and Oracle Transportation Management (OTM) applications. To better define and implement a comprehensive transformation of our Supply processes and actions across different geographical scopes (global, regional, and country levels), a need was identified to further support the Regional Bureaus of UNHCR in both digital transformation and sustainability initiatives, and ensure they are integrated in over-all coordination plans (eg. sustainability footprints are properly accounted, embedded and implemented in the Cloud ERP and vice versa). The transformation has three (3) phases: (1) Pre-deployment (January – June 2023)- collaboration with the Change Management Officer, Deployment Officer, and business process owners (BPOs) to design training materials, organize webinars and in-person trainings, and act as the regional, ‘on-the-ground’ focal point for training and deployment pre-requisites. (2) Deployment (July 2023) – collaboration with Change Management Officer, Deployment Officer, business process owners (BPOs), and application process owners (APOs) to ensure the smooth adoption of the Cloud ERP in the field by acting as ‘regional Level 1/2 support’ for queries and bugs, and escalating to Level 3 when needed. (3) Post-deployment (August – December 2023 onwards) - After hypercare and once the Cloud stabilizes, collaboration with the Sustainability Team to improve the sustainability of the supply chain from planning, sourcing, contents, manufacturing processes, procurement, delivery and lifecycle management of core relief items and other goods. Specifically: • Supply Planning and Network Design to align procurement actions to demand inventory items, optimize and integrate storage and inventory standards across UNHCR operations, and implement a structured approach to Core Relief Items (CRI) sourcing, procurement, logistics and distribution. • Enhanced sourcing of “greener” products with new or current markets, suppliers and products. • Focus on sustainable procurement, with a lifecycle view of “Value for Money” in product specifications, bid evaluation, and procurement decisions. • Lean approach to logistics and inventory management, with proximity sourcing and intermodal transport arbitration, green packaging, full container loads global consolidation of inventory. • Field-based product lifecycle sustainability management, including post-distribution product use, durability, user preference evaluation, circularity, and waste management. Therefore, the Division of Emergency, Security and Supply (DESS) / Supply Management Service (SMS)has identified the need for an Associate Supply Officer (Sustainable Supply and Digital Transformation)to support Regional Bureaux. DUTIES The Associate Supply Officer (Sustainable Supply and Digital Transformation) will assist the Regional Bureaus in operationalizing the ‘simple, swift, and sustainable’ strategy. It is a dual role, focusing on two main workstreams of Sustainable Supply and Digital Transformation, and ensuring all related initiatives are integrated, centralized, and coordinated through a single focal point. From the Digital Transformation perspective, s/he will be the liaison between the Regional Bureau and Cloud ERP Project Team in supporting the ERP deployment in terms of training, hypercare, and support. S/he will support the design and implementation of the overall training strategy, lead regional trainings for Supply-related modules, answer tickets, help build knowledge base, and continuously update reference documents. From the Sustainability perspective, s/he will assist the Regional Bureaus in optimizing and promoting sustainability in the internal processes, provide up-to-date and reliable reports, and improve oversight of the regional sustainability supply activities, including monitoring operations compliance with Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), sustainable supplier market analysis in the region and in-country, and life cycle analysis/waste management solution based research assistance. Further, s/he will provide sustainability-related reports to assist senior managers in identifying high risks and areas of noncompliance or weak management, contributing to capacity-building exercises as needed, and assisting in fundraising efforts. The Associate Supply Officer (Sustainable Supply and Digital Transformation) will function under the direct supervision of the DESS Cloud ERP team in coordination with the SMS Sustainable Supply and Deliver. ESSENTIAL MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE REQUIRED • 3 years relevant experience with an Undergraduate degree; or 2 years relevant experience with a Graduate degree; or 1-year relevant experience with a Doctorate degree • Relevant working experience in the field of Supply Chain Management, Digital Transformation, Learning and Development, Change Management, Sustainability or other relevant field either in the private sector or development/humanitarian sector; • Familiarity with Oracle Fusion Cloud supply-related modules (S2R, Supply Planning, Demand Planning, Inventory Management, Product Data Hub, Oracle Transport Management) or similar ERP systems. • Proven track record in client-facing roles in systems deployment, training organization and delivery, hypercare, support, and change resistance across varying literacy levels • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as outstanding presentation and facilitation skills. Ability to articulate complex, technical concepts in simple terms. • Experience in data collection, monitoring and evaluation from structured and unstructured sources • Dynamic communication and relationship management skills with the ability to influence and get buy-in from people not under direct supervision; • Proactive, independent, collaborative with a service mindset, and digital-forward. • Strong commitment in circular economy, sustainable development, and human-centered digital transformation • Excellent fluency in English and one language relevant to the region ADDITIONAL DESIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE • Education: Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in Supply Chain Management, Information Technology, Public Administration, Business Management, International Commerce, Engineering, Social Sciences, Sustainability or other related studies: • Understanding of biodegradable or/and recycled material, their production, reuse and disposal in terms of its whole life cycle; Experience with sustainable / Greenhouse Gas reducing Supply Chain Management, familiarity with sustainable processes/technologies/products in different markets/contexts/life cycle analysis; • Understanding of data management designs and associated risks and proven record of developing and using quantitative indicators; • Excellent MS Excel and Powerpoint skills, including Power BI/Tableau, or similar tools. • Experience working in ‘project mode’ with emphasis on ‘shortest time to launch’, and ‘continuous improvement’ • Certification in PMP/PRINCE 2 Project Management, PROSCI Change Management, and ITIL Service Delivery • Knowledge of multiple UN official languages is an asset. All UNHCR workforce members must individually and collectively contribute to a workplace where everyone feels safe and empowered to perform their duties. This includes demonstrating no tolerance for sexual exploitation and abuse, harassment including sexual harassment, sexism, gender inequality, discrimination, and abuse of power. As individuals and as managers, all must be proactive in preventing and responding to inappropriate conduct, support ongoing dialogue on these matters, speak up, and seek guidance and support from relevant UNHCR resources when these issues arise. Functional Clearance This position doesn't require a functional clearance Required languages (expected Overall ability is at least B2 level) , Desired languages , Additional Qualifications Skills IT-Computer Literacy, SC-Asset Management, SC-Customs clearance, SC-Fleet Management, SC-Logistics, SC-PeopleSoft Supply Chain Management, SC-Supply Planning, SC-UN/UNHCR Procurement Rules and Procedures, SC-Warehouse Management, UN-UN/UNHCR Administrative Rules, Regulations and Procedures Education BA: Business Administration (Required), BA: Engineering (Required), BA: Logistics (Required), BA: Marketing (Required), BA: Mathematics (Required) Certifications Institute of Purchasing and Supply - Other Work Experience UNHCR Salary Calculator https://icsc.un.org/Home/SalaryScales Other information How to applyFor a full job description and to apply, interested candidates are requested to visit bit.ly/3HjVcAd The UNHCR workforce consists of many diverse nationalities, cultures, languages and opinions. UNHCR seeks to sustain and strengthen this diversity to ensure equal opportunities as well as an inclusive working environment for its entire workforce. Applications are encouraged from all qualified candidates without distinction on grounds of race, colour, sex, national origin, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity. Please note that UNHCR does not charge a fee at any stage of its recruitment process (application, interview, meeting, travelling, processing, training or any other fees). Closing date of receipt of applications: 13 February 2023
Attorney
Country: Poland Organization: Kids in Need of Defense Closing date: 30 Mar 2023 Position Summary: KIND seeks an Attorney to provide expert legal services on a range of legal issues facing unaccompanied and separated children in Poland, including but not limited to children fleeing Ukraine, such as international protection, immigration issues, guardianship, options for children from Ukraine aging out of institutional care, family reunification, age assessments, detention, and other issues arising. The Attorney will also engage in advocacy to advance protection and rights of unaccompanied children in Poland, and capacity building with government actors and civil society organizations on issues such as child protection, children in the context of migration, and children’s rights. This position is based in Lublin at the Rule of Law Institute and will work in close coordination with both KIND and the Rule of Law Institute. Essential Functions: Work with KIND’s Senior Director for Europe, as well as with the Rule of Law Institute to develop criteria for case acceptance. Conduct individual legal screenings and accept cases consistent with acceptance criteria. Provide legal assistance which will benefit unaccompanied and separated children in Lublin and the surrounding region on a range of issues including guardianship, family reunification, aging out of institutional care, international protection and more. Assist to make psychosocial service referrals as needed for children and caregivers. Inform unaccompanied and separated children of their rights through individual legal orientation, as well as the possibility of group know your rights sessions, and creation and sharing of information for children on their rights. Perform functions of legal counsel, including legal research and formulating the legal strategy for the case; conducting client interviews; appearing before relevant courts or agencies; and drafting and filing legal documents and applications for benefits. In coordination with the Rule of Law Institute liaise with relevant government authorities and agencies, and other stakeholders as necessary to advance and advocate for individual cases and systems that advance the best interests of unaccompanied and separated children. Advocate for policies and practices that protect children and are consistent with their rights. Engage in training and capacity strengthening work with government and NGOs and other relevant actors regarding the rights of unaccompanied and separated children and child protection. Liaise with the relevant local, Ukrainian, EU or international authorities and support necessary processes for children seeking family reunification to be reunified in Poland or another country when in their best interests. In coordination with the Senior Director for Europe and the Pro Bono Manager for Europe, determine whether there may be opportunities for private sector pro bono attorneys to support cases of unaccompanied and separated children; if yes, then recruit, train and mentor pro bono attorneys and build relationships between KIND and the pro bono community. Ensure entry of timely, accurate, and detailed case data into KIND’s case management systems, and provide quantitative and qualitative information as needed to support project reporting requirements and other functions. Qualifications and Requirements: Qualified to practice law in Poland. Bilingual in Polish and English. Ukrainian or Russian language skills are an additional benefit. Minimum 2 years' experience working with vulnerable populations, e.g., survivors of trauma, abuse, or human trafficking, or refugees. Experience working with children is highly desirable. Minimum 5 years working as a lawyer in Poland, with substantial experience involving family law, child custody, guardianships, children in the care system, or migration. Strong record of cultural competence and cross-cultural communication skills. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and persuasively both orally and in writing. Ability to take initiative, multi-task, and work independently. Ensure delivery on our core mission of access to justice and protection of children’s wellbeing and rights. Ability to multi-task and work with a sense of urgency in a dynamic, fast paced environment. Experience working and communicating in a remote environment. Experience working in partnership with different organizations and collaborative efforts, and in developing and maintaining relationships with a range of stakeholders. KIND requires all staff be COVID vaccinated with the exception of those who have medical or religious beliefs exemptions. How to applyApplication Instructions: Please be advised that an employment application will need to be submitted along with your resume and cover letter, in order to be considered for the desired role in KIND's official website. (Acceptable to request writing sample for certain roles). KIND has an organization-wide commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We strive to create a work environment where everyone has a sense of belonging. Individuals from historically underrepresented or underserved communities are strongly encouraged to apply. Disclaimer: KIND is committed to an ethical recruitment and hiring process and maintains a firm “no fees” recruitment policy. We will never charge a fee or ask for money as part of the application process. KIND also conducts all interviews via telephone or video conference, and at no time will KIND engage in a text or mobile app-based application or interview process. For more information, please visit the following website: https://supportkind.org/join-the-team/kind-employment-practices.
Program Officer (GBV)
Country: Türkiye Organization: Maram Foundation Closing date: 10 Feb 2023 Position: Program Officer (GBV) Position reports to: Programs Coordinator Duration: 6 months (extendable) Location: Gaziantep – Türkiye Vacancy Ref.No: MF-HR/23-018 Maram Foundation is a non-profit organization registered in Turkey. Maram is dedicated to providing assistance to refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) since the beginning of the Syrian Crisis in 2011. MF works to provide assistance to the lives of people affected by armed conflict and other situations of violence. We aim to provide cross-sectoral collaborative and sustainable initiatives that bridge humanitarian assistance and development according to the needs of communities living inside and outside Syria. The Program Officer (GBV) will be responsible the plan and execute effective deployment of GBV programming to support quality case management, psychosocial support and empowerment activities for vulnerable women, girls, and GBV survivors. S/he will be responsible for managing and overseeing the activities associated with supporting the provision of holistic care for survivors of GBV, case management, referrals for specialized health care, psychosocial support, and risk reduction. The Program Officer (GBV) will ensure application of effective program planning, identify bottlenecks in prevention and response, and devise strategies to address them. Responsibilities Guides the development and implementation of GBV programming in Northeast Syria, in close coordination with the program officer & Coordinator. Provides ongoing technical support to GBV programming including, technical oversight and field monitoring of program staff, in close coordination with the Protection Manager and MERL Manager, to ensure high-quality implementation of GBV programming and resources. Provides technical support and guidance to GBV caseworkers to ensure effective application of the survivor-centered approach and the GBV case management principles. Leads the identification of key aspects for the integration of PSS and GBV thematic areas. Develops and reviews program-specific tools/resources/curricula/SOPs and works with Protection Manager to contextualize and adapt global and country-specific materials. Supports integrated program design with a focus on the intersectionality between child protection, adolescent programming and GBV. Leads the promotion of PSEA principles through the planning and implementation of operations and strategies. Coordinates with GBV teams in Northwest Syria to support harmonization of standards and practices. Performs other related duties as assigned by line manager. Experience and technical competencies: Strong track record of technical leadership and proven ability to produce demonstrable results. Advanced knowledge of GBV programming and experience with Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning experience with international cooperation agencies. Proven ability to articulate technical information clearly and effectively to both technical and non-technical audiences Mainly in GBV. Familiarity with management and monitoring tools. Education: University Degree in social sciences, social anthropology, law and women’s rights, sociology, gender, cultural studies and 3 years of professional experience in the field of GBV prevention and response or broader gender programming. Proficient in MS Office programs, One Drive... etc. English: advanced speaking, writing and report writing skills. Turkish nationals will be highly preferred. How to applyPlease apply through the line below: https://forms.gle/YvfwGJU9btn67qid6
Personal Assistant to the OI Humanitarian Director & Deputy Humanitarian Director
Organization: Oxfam Closing date: 12 Feb 2023 We are looking for a Personal Assistant to provide administrative support to Oxfam International’s Humanitarian Director and Deputy Humanitarian Director ensuring the most effective and efficient execution of their work. Our next Personal Assistant to the OI Humanitarian Director & Deputy Humanitarian Director will require: Self-Awareness Mutual accountability Agility, Complexity, and Ambiguity Awareness of and demonstrated commitment to Oxfam's values, mission, and work. High levels of discretion and diplomacy. Proven administrative experience and strong attention to detail, with a systematic, proactive and solution focused approach. Excellent prioritisation skills and a proven capacity to undertake varied tasks simultaneously to tight deadlines. Exceptional interpersonal and relationship building skills and the ability to work successfully in a team. Ability to influence others and achieve results without line management responsibility; ability to work across departments and divisions at all levels. Fluent in written and spoken English and good working knowledge of standard Microsoft Office software. How to applyAs part of your online application, please upload your up to date CV and a covering letter explaining your suitability against the essential criteria in the job profile. https://jobs.oxfam.org.uk/vacancy/18830/description The interview will be held on the last week of February or the beginning of March 2023.
Program Officer (CP)
Country: Türkiye Organization: Maram Foundation Closing date: 6 Feb 2023 Position: Program Officer (CP) Position reports to: Programs Coordinator Duration: 6 months (extendable) Location: Gaziantep – Türkiye Vacancy Ref.No:MF-HR/23-017 Maram Foundation is a non-profit organization registered in Turkey. Maram is dedicated to providing assistance to refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) since the beginning of the Syrian Crisis in 2011. MF works to provide assistance to the lives of people affected by armed conflict and other situations of violence. We aim to provide cross-sectoral collaborative and sustainable initiatives that bridge humanitarian assistance and development according to the needs of communities living inside and outside Syria. The overall responsibility of the Child Protection program officer is to assess, design and guide the project staff to initiate interventions to address violations of children’s rights to protection from abuse, exploitation, violence and neglect. S/he will be responsible for ensuring that quality programs are initiated and capacities developed. Responsibilities: Guides the development and implementation of Child Protection programming in Northeast Syria, in close coordination with the program officer & Coordinator. Provides ongoing technical support to Child Protection & GBV programming including, technical oversight and field monitoring of program staff, in close coordination with the Protection Manager and MERL Manager, to ensure high-quality implementation of Child protection programming and resources. Provides technical support and guidance to Child protection caseworkers to ensure effective application of the survivor-centered approach and the Child protection case management principles. Leads the identification of key aspects for the integration of PSS, Child protection and GBV thematic areas. Develops and reviews program-specific tools/resources/curricula/SOPs and works with Protection Manager to contextualize and adapt global and country-specific materials. Supports integrated program design with a focus on the intersectionality between child protection, adolescent programming and GBV. Leads the promotion of PSEA principles through the planning and implementation of operations and strategies. Coordinates with Child protection and project teams in Northwest Syria to support harmonization of standards and practices. Performs other related duties as assigned by line manager. Experience and technical competencies: Strong track record of technical leadership and proven ability to produce demonstrable results. Advanced knowledge of Child protection programming and experience with Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning experience with international cooperation agencies. Proven ability to articulate technical information clearly and effectively to both technical and non-technical audiences Mainly in Child protection. Familiarity with management and monitoring tools. Education: University Degree in social sciences, social anthropology, law and human’s rights, sociology, gender, cultural studies and 3 years of professional experience in the field of Child protection and GBV prevention and response or broader gender programming. Proficient in MS Office programs, One Drive,..etc English: advanced speaking, writing and report writing skills. Turkish nationals will be highly preferred. How to applyPlease apply through the line below: https://forms.gle/Es5zKA6YJLXc8JN49
Humanitarian Coordinator - DR Congo
Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo Organization: Mennonite Central Committee Closing date: 1 Mar 2023 Job Synopsis The Humanitarian Response Coordinator is responsible for providing technical support and capacity building to partners with projects containing humanitarian components for Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) in Democratic Republic of the Congo. This includes short-term food and non-food assistance as well as nexus programming which incorporates food security and livelihood components in addition to humanitarian assistance and peacebuilding. MCC is a global, non-profit organization that strives to share God’s love and compassion through relief, development and peacebuilding. This is not a salary position. MCC covers all basic needs. Location Description The Democratic Republic of Congo is a naturally beautiful country with many lakes and rivers, beautiful mountains and green valleys. The peoples and cultures of the DR Congo are vibrant and the music, song and dance enthralling. The spiritual and political dynamics of daily living are full of passion and energy. It is an intensely engaging location in which to serve. In the midst of all this, citizens of Goma, North Kivu, where the Humanitarian Response Coordinator will be based, live with a zest for life. The town is full of energy and dynamism. People are friendly. The weather is good. There are attractions such as Lake Kivu, Virunga park and Kauzi Biega park. Many international visitors make this place their home. The great challenge in the DR Congo is security. Since 1996, DR Congo has been affected by violent conflicts; two major wars took place in 1996 and 1998. Since then, the country has not fully recovered from violence. In some parts of the country, especially in the east, there are still active armed groups. Additional issues the service worker should be aware of are: • While there is volcanic activity around Goma, eruptions are rare. • Water and electricity are not consistent in many locations. • The presence of endemic poverty and constant demands for money and/or jobs can be stressful. • Care for serious injuries or diseases is available in Kigali or Nairobi. • Because of poorly maintained roads, travel in the region is not very comfortable. Also, MCC workers are expected to coordinate with partners before traveling to any area outside of the three major towns of Goma, Bukavu, and Uvira. Additional challenges include: Complex-needs population; Externally funded program; Location requires digital communication; Local church not supportive to LGTBQ+ persons Qualifications All MCC workers are expected to exhibit a commitment to: a personal Christian faith and discipleship; active participation in a Christian church or Christian community; and nonviolent peacemaking. MCC is an equal opportunity employer, committed to employment equity. MCC values diversity and invites all qualified candidates to apply. Highly proficient in oral and written English Ideally proficient in oral and written French, or willingness to learn Ideally proficient in Swahili, or willingness to learn University degree in Development Studies, Project Management, Agriculture, Business, History, or related field (graduate degree preferred, undergraduate degree required) One to three years of experience in development program coordination, management or in a planning, monitoring and evaluation position Strong writing and communication skills, with significant experience in editing and formatting Strong skills in data analysis and visualization Training and/or experience in results-based management principles, tools and techniques Ability to understand and communicate across cultural and linguistic boundaries Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills High competency with Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel Ability and willingness to travel to rural areas, as security allows Invitations to serve with MCC are contingent on the successful outcome of criminal background check(s). Key Responsibilities • Assist partner organizations with all management aspects of project cycle including situation assessments, concept note and proposal development, monitoring, evaluation, and reporting (PMER) • Assess current capacity of local partners and offer training and coaching on PMER themes • Review all partner reports for quality and ensure that reports and other project documents capture progress, effectiveness, and impact of projects • Review and make recommendations on submitted project proposals • Edit proposals and reports for clarity, providing technical support in data analysis and visualization • Support partner compliance with project agreements, especially around key deliverables • Ensure key document deliverables are entered into MCC databases • Monitor deadlines to ensure that all reporting requirements are met • Visit partner organizations and their projects on a regular basis to better understand their work • Translate reports and proposals from French to English • Monitor humanitarian trends and population movements in collaboration with partners • Participate regularly in OCHA coordination meetings • Model non-violent peacemaking in the workplace and community through respectful interactions with others. • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of PMER principles and practices • Other duties as requested How to applySubmit applications online by March 1, 2023 by visiting our website: https://mcccanada.ca/get-involved/serve/openings/humanitarian-coordinator-dr-congo
Market Analysis and Livelihoods Capacity Assessment Consultant
Country: Iraq Organization: SEED Foundation Closing date: 14 Feb 2023 SEED Foundation is seeking a consultant to conduct a market analysis and livelihood capacity assessment to support strategic planning and inform program design for an upcoming funding opportunity. The purpose of the market analysis and livelihood capacity assessment is to provide an understanding of the local markets in Erbil, Duhok, and Sulaimani Governorates in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI) and labor demand, and identify the needs, skills, and interests of target groups, including host communities, IDPs and refugees. In particular, the assessment will provide an analysis of the different and specific needs of women and men with consideration for the specific context in each location. It will also provide an overview of the context in which livelihoods will take place, including legal and policy considerations and any existing barriers for specific groups to access livelihoods opportunities Scope of Consultancy: Analyze local markets, including current goods, services and employment in demand in the local market. Provide a summary of the employment situation in the KRI, including the governorates of Duhok, Erbil, and Sulaimani and analyze the factors influencing unemployment/employment. Analyze employers’ needs (skilled and unskilled) and the competencies and skills of available labor, particularly in new and potential growth sectors in the economy. Identify livelihood needs, skills, and interests of host communities, refugees, and IDPs, with consideration of demographics and local context. Provide recommendations for livelihoods opportunities for target groups and/or livelihoods integration into SEED’s current programming. DELIVERABLES Market Analysis and Livelihoods Capacity Assessment report shall be completed by the end of the assignment, in English. Original data to be submitted to SEED Foundation. Presentation of recommendations. REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PROPOSAL SUBMISSION CV of consultant; Work plan and timeline for conducting the work. Details of comparable experience; Articulation of knowledge network (i.e. does the consultant not only have a personal knowledge base to draw from but a network to consult, if necessary); Consultancy plan and budget. At least five years of experience in a management/leadership position in operations. Fluency in English is required. Excellent verbal and written communications skills and an ability to conduct face-to face or remote learning events. Provide at least 3 references. Ability to travel to and stay in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Experience in NGOs and working in humanitarian settings is a must. Minimum of five years of experience in livelihoods programming. Experience leading market assessments. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Experience in Iraq and/or the Middle East strongly preferred. Languages Fluency in English is required; knowledge of Arabic and/or Kurdish is a plus. TERMS AND CONDITIONS The consultant will be managed by SEED’s Program Development and Reporting Manager. The consultant will be required to utilize his/her own technology equipment and maintain workable Zoom and email accounts for communication. All materials produced by the consultant during the period of this consultancy will belong to SEED. The consultant must sign SEED’s Code of Conduct, and abide by all provisions of these policies for the duration of the consultancy period. The consultant will not extend the assignment duration of the agreement, namely five working days. If more time is needed to perform the assignment, the consultant will notify SEED in advance and request approval to extend the number of working days. How to applyEVALUATION AND AWARD PROCESS All proposals will be reviewed by a team of not-less-than-three members, which comprises representation from across the organization. Proposals will be evaluated on: Evidenced experience developing, reviewing or program development. Experience in NGOs and working in humanitarian settings with main donors such as USG or USAID requirements is preferred but not required. Cost efficiency and value for money. Ability to facilitate a consultative process. The consultant provides a work plan and timeline for carrying out the required. Work plan and timeline for conducting the required work. Verbal and written communication skills. PROPOSAL SUBMISSION PROCESS AND TIMELINE RFP submissions must be received by email to procurment@seedkurdistan.org by February 14, 2023. The review process will be completed in two weeks, with the results communicated through email.
CorpsAfrica Uganda Country Director
Country: Uganda Organization: ​CorpsAfrica Closing date: 5 Mar 2023 CorpsAfrica is looking for a mission-focused, seasoned, strategic, and process-minded leader to launch the CorpsAfrica program in Uganda. A new position, the Uganda Country Director will have a significant opportunity to build the organization and must have a tolerance for risk and innovation balanced with a steady commitment to mission and strategic focus. He/She will possess a demonstrated passion and commitment to youth leadership, participatory community development, impact evaluation, transparency, and accountability. The Uganda Country Director will report directly to the Executive Director of CorpsAfrica. CLASSIFICATION: Full-time SALARY AND BENEFITS: CorpsAfrica/Uganda will provide a competitive, comprehensive benefits package for all staff in Uganda, according to local customs and regulations. LOCATION: Uganda, the location of the office is TBD. REPORTS TO: Executive Director Specific responsibilities: Register as an American NGO doing business in Uganda – oversee compliance with all laws and regulations Build and manage a local Board of Directors for CorpsAfrica/Uganda Hire and manage staff and establish a functioning office Put in place policies and procedures to ensure effective and efficient operations Be responsible for strong financial oversight and management of budgets Oversee multiple aspects of the operation, including recruitment of the Volunteers, pre- and in-service training programs; assignment of Volunteers to selected sites throughout the country; working with communities and appropriate government authorities at all levels; and supporting Volunteers throughout their service – offering guidance, mentorship, coaching, networking opportunities, etc. Raise funds for CorpsAfrica/Uganda, which involves identifying and cultivating prospective donors, writing proposals, hosting events, extensive networking, etc. Represent the organization in public arenas, including local and national media Establish and maintain close working relationships with a diverse group of Development Partners Other responsibilities as assigned Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree and at least ten years of increasingly responsible management experience A deep understanding of Ugandan laws, government administrative protocols, Ugandan local culture, and its people Strong leadership skills, with demonstrated commitment to facilitating people’s growth and development Broad financial skills including experience with budgeting, planning and accounting Excellent speaking and writing skills are required; computer skills are a big plus A hands-on management style and the ability to address and solve problems as they arise Passionate about youth employment and sustainable community development Diplomatic, of the highest integrity, and possess sound judgment as well as a sense of humor Fluency in English and a primary Ugandan dialect is required A valid driver’s license is helpful How to applyInterested applicants should submit a cover letter that illustrates qualifications relevant to this role and a résumé as a single PDF (titled, “LastName_FirstName – UCD application”) to jobs@corpsafrica.org, with “Uganda Country Director” in the subject line. The deadline to apply is March 5, 2023.
CorpsAfrica Nigeria Country Director
Country: Nigeria Organization: ​CorpsAfrica Closing date: 5 Mar 2023 CorpsAfrica is looking for a mission-focused, seasoned, strategic, and process-minded leader to launch the CorpsAfrica program in Nigeria. A new position, the Nigeria Country Director will have a significant opportunity to build the organization and must have a tolerance for risk and innovation balanced with a steady commitment to mission and strategic focus. He/She will possess a demonstrated passion and commitment to youth leadership, participatory community development, impact evaluation, transparency, and accountability. The Nigeria Country Director will report directly to the Executive Director of CorpsAfrica. CLASSIFICATION: Full-time SALARY AND BENEFITS: CorpsAfrica/Nigeria will provide a competitive, comprehensive benefits package for all staff in Nigeria, according to local customs and regulations. LOCATION: Nigeria, the location of the office is TBD. REPORTS TO: Executive Director Specific responsibilities: Register as an American NGO doing business in Nigeria – oversee compliance with all laws and regulations Build and manage a local Board of Directors for CorpsAfrica/Nigeria Hire and manage staff and establish a functioning office Put in place policies and procedures to ensure effective and efficient operations Be responsible for strong financial oversight and management of budgets Oversee multiple aspects of the operation, including recruitment of the Volunteers, pre- and in-service training programs; assignment of Volunteers to selected sites throughout the country; working with communities and appropriate government authorities at all levels; and supporting Volunteers throughout their service – offering guidance, mentorship, coaching, networking opportunities, etc. Raise funds for CorpsAfrica/Nigeria, which involves identifying and cultivating prospective donors, writing proposals, hosting events, extensive networking, etc. Represent the organization in public arenas, including local and national media Establish and maintain close working relationships with a diverse group of Development Partners Other responsibilities as assigned Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree and at least ten years of increasingly responsible management experience A deep understanding of Nigerian laws, government administrative protocols, Nigerian local culture, and its people Strong leadership skills, with demonstrated commitment to facilitating people’s growth and development Broad financial skills including experience with budgeting, planning and accounting Excellent speaking and writing skills are required; computer skills are a big plus A hands-on management style and the ability to address and solve problems as they arise Passionate about youth employment and sustainable community development Diplomatic, of the highest integrity, and possess sound judgment as well as a sense of humor Fluency in English and a primary Nigerian dialect is required A valid driver’s license is helpful How to applyInterested applicants should submit a cover letter that illustrates qualifications relevant to this role and a résumé as a single PDF (titled, “LastName_FirstName – NCD application”) to jobs@corpsafrica.org, with “Nigeria Country Director” in the subject line. The deadline to apply is March 5, 2023.
CorpsAfrica Ethiopia Country Director
Country: Ethiopia Organization: ​CorpsAfrica Closing date: 5 Mar 2023 CorpsAfrica is looking for a mission-focused, seasoned, strategic, and process-minded leader to launch the CorpsAfrica program in Ethiopia. A new position, the Ethiopia Country Director will have a significant opportunity to build the organization and must have a tolerance for risk and innovation balanced with a steady commitment to mission and strategic focus. He/She will possess a demonstrated passion and commitment to youth leadership, participatory community development, impact evaluation, transparency, and accountability. The Ethiopia Country Director will report directly to the Executive Director of CorpsAfrica. CLASSIFICATION: Full-time SALARY AND BENEFITS: CorpsAfrica/Ethiopia will provide a competitive, comprehensive benefits package for all staff in Ethiopia, according to local customs and regulations. LOCATION: Ethiopia, the location of the office is TBD. REPORTS TO: Executive Director Specific responsibilities: Register as an American NGO doing business in Ethiopia – oversee compliance with all laws and regulations Build and manage a local Board of Directors for CorpsAfrica/Ethiopia Hire and manage staff and establish a functioning office Put in place policies and procedures to ensure effective and efficient operations Be responsible for strong financial oversight and management of budgets Oversee multiple aspects of the operation, including recruitment of the Volunteers, pre- and in-service training programs; assignment of Volunteers to selected sites throughout the country; working with communities and appropriate government authorities at all levels; and supporting Volunteers throughout their service – offering guidance, mentorship, coaching, networking opportunities, etc. Raise funds for CorpsAfrica/Ethiopia, which involves identifying and cultivating prospective donors, writing proposals, hosting events, extensive networking, etc. Represent the organization in public arenas, including local and national media Establish and maintain close working relationships with a diverse group of Development Partners Other responsibilities as assigned Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree and at least ten years of increasingly responsible management experience A deep understanding of Ethiopian laws, government administrative protocols, Ethiopian local culture, and its people Strong leadership skills, with demonstrated commitment to facilitating people’s growth and development Broad financial skills including experience with budgeting, planning and accounting Excellent speaking and writing skills are required; computer skills are a big plus A hands-on management style and the ability to address and solve problems as they arise Passionate about youth employment and sustainable community development Diplomatic, of the highest integrity, and possess sound judgment as well as a sense of humor Fluency in English and a primary Ethiopian dialect is required A valid driver’s license is helpful How to applyInterested applicants should submit a cover letter that illustrates qualifications relevant to this role and a résumé as a single PDF (titled, “LastName_FirstName – ECD application”) to jobs@corpsafrica.org, with “Ethiopia Country Director” in the subject line. The deadline to apply is March 5, 2023.
CorpsAfrica Regional Training Manager (Eastern and Southern Africa)
Countries: Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda Organization: ​CorpsAfrica Closing date: 5 Mar 2023 CorpsAfrica seeks an experienced, driven, and process-minded trainer to lead and support our program as Regional Training Manager. Reporting to and working closely with the Chief Training Officer, the Regional Training Manager provides guidance and support to the training program for Volunteers across CorpsAfrica’s growing portfolio of countries in Eastern and Southern Africa (currently Kenya, Malawi, and Rwanda). The Regional Training Manager will train and coach staff across all countries in his/her portfolio, create and refine training materials, design and plan strategic components of CorpsAfrica’s training program, and build and lead training-related partnerships in the region. This position requires a highly energetic, thoughtful, and perceptive person capable of relating to individuals at all levels both within CorpsAfrica and externally. CLASSIFICATION: Full-time SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salary is $35,000–$40,000 USD per year. CorpsAfrica offers a comprehensive benefits package including employer-paid medical insurance and paid time off commensurate with the home base office. LOCATION: Based in Nairobi, Lilongwe, or Kigali REPORTS TO: Chief Training Officer Specific Responsibilities: Support the Regional Training Program (estimated 70%) Build the capacity of CorpsAfrica staff through training and overall program development in Eastern and Southern Africa, including in-person and virtual training for staff Provide in-person and virtual support for the training of CorpsAfrica Volunteers in Eastern and Southern Africa–including developing training schedules, coordinating trainers, writing reports, and analyzing data Build new and strengthen existing partnerships with key partners related to CorpsAfrica’s training program in Eastern and Southern Africa In conjunction with Country offices identify core technical, management and supervisory training needs for staff and set training performance standards for functional objectives Develop and gather materials and resources for internal training and educational programs Develop and monitor service level agreements with external and internal training resources Supporting Global Training Program (estimated 30%) In collaboration with the Chief Training Officer, design and plan strategic components of CorpsAfrica’s Global Training Program–including the systems and processes for managing and supporting training across the organization Create and refine training materials–including the Training Coordinators’ Guides, the Volunteer Field Guide, PowerPoint slides, session guides/lesson plans, etc. Identify, organize, and facilitate innovative global training opportunities Other responsibilities as assigned Qualifications: A background in Education/Training with a minimum of ten years of experience in planning, leading, and facilitating hands-on, participatory trainings for youth (ages 15-30) in Africa A Masters degree in a relevant field (project management, community development, social work, education, design, etc.) is highly preferred Knowledgeable and experienced in adult learning practices Highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to handle multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment Experienced in Community-Led Development, Human-Centered Design (HCD) and/or Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) Excellent computer skills, including using Google Workspace Tools (Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, Jamboard, etc.) A demonstrated passion and commitment to youth leadership, community-led development, and organizational learning and growth Demonstrated initiative, adaptability, integrity, and judgment Knowledgeable and experienced in research and analytical skills Ability to learn quickly and work well with a wide variety of people Ability to work nights or weekends when necessary Fluency in spoken and written English is required; fluency in Swahili or French is a plus How to applyInterested applicants should submit a cover letter that illustrates qualifications relevant to this role and a résumé as a single PDF (titled, “LastName_FirstName – RTM application”) using through the following link: Regional Training Manager Application. Interviews will be extended to qualified candidates on a rolling basis. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, CorpsAfrica encourages applications from all individuals regardless of age, gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, marital status, physical ability or any other legally protected basis.
Site Coordinator
Country: Greece Organization: Open Cultural Center Closing date: 28 Feb 2023 Open Cultural Center (OCC) was established in 2016 in response to the European refugee crisis, and now manages cultural centers and residential programs for migrants and refugees in Spain and Greece. We are a small international team united by a commitment to breaking down barriers to social inclusion for migrants and refugees. We are active and growing, largely due to the support of a large number of volunteers. OCC emphasizes the importance of participation and empowerment, developing autonomy, building communities, and intercultural exchange. Our main projects include: Early childhood education center Socio-educational activities with children and youth Education activities for adults Women Space Transport and mobility projects to connect refugee camps to urban areas European Union projects that foster social innovation and exchange of best practices OCC Greece is looking for a Site Coordinator to manage OCC projects. The Site Coordinator oversees all OCC’s activity and she/he is responsible for the efficient functioning of the project. The Site Coordinator is the focal point of communication with the organisation headquarters in Barcelona. She/he is responsible for external relationships, finance, management of human resources, and the implementation of monitoring and evaluation processes. The person will directly manage a team of 3 members: EU projects officer, volunteer manager, and logistics manager. The team includes 15-18 volunteers managed within the EU Solidarity Corps framework. Responsibilities and tasks The Site Coordinator is responsible for the following: Oversight of all the OCC Greece operational areas; Carrying out the mission of the organization; External representation of the organization; Quality control and monitoring; Management of human resources across the projects; Management and implementation of M&E; processes; Budget and financial management of OCC Greece; Support of communications and fundraising efforts; Support for the drafting, control, and justification of grants; Contribution to the strategic development of OCC Greece; Report OCC Greece’s progress and challenges to the General Manager of OCC Greece and the OCC General Board. Competencies and skills A minimum of 3 years of experience managing projects and teams; A minimum of 2 years of experience working with refugees and NGOs in the field; Subscribe to the mission of OCC and the project objectives, and have an affinity with working with volunteers; Ability to develop and maintain strong working relationships with public administration and non-profit organisations; People management, strong leadership, and decision-making skills; Experience with monitoring & evaluation processes; Demonstrated ability to lead teams in a fast-paced and multicultural work environment; Ability to successfully mediate in challenging situations between team members and/or OCC community members; Ability to identify good opportunities for the organisation through a holistic vision of the project; Perseverance to get things done in the face of obstacles; Critical analysis skills; Self-directed and thorough in working with procedures, databases, and record keeping; Highly organized with the ability to work under pressure and keep deadlines; Experience with budgeting and financial management; Ability to speak English fluently and communicate in writing. Ability to speak Greek fluently and communicate in writing is a plus; Experience with project management tools such as Google Apps, Trello, Airtable, Asana, etc. What we offer Full-time position with a Greek contract; Starting date asap; Annual gross salary 17,800 euro; 2-year renewable contract; 40 hours per week from Monday to Friday, with one day of remote working per week. Some hours will be during the weekend, due to work traveling or events; The Site Coordinator will be based in Polykastro; The opportunity to work in the passionate environment of a grassroots organisation in Northern Greece with strong connections to our Barcelona branch; The opportunity to work in an intercultural team consisting of employees, volunteers, and external partners; The opportunity to develop profound knowledge and experience in migration flows, management and inclusion; The opportunity to join transnational meetings with partner NGOs throughout Europe. How to applyPlease use this form to apply: https://airtable.com/shrL2jvRowsOx1QXl. Deadline: 28th February 2023. Open Cultural Center reserves the right to close the position before the closing date for applications if a suitable candidate is identified. Applicants from underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply since we are committed to a discrimination-free workplace. No matter what your gender, marital status, race, ethnicity, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, mental health, or religion is, we want to hear from you!
Officer, Communications – Spanish web content Americas Region - Multilocation
Country: Panama Organization: International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies Closing date: 10 Feb 2023 Organizational context The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the world’s largest volunteer-based humanitarian network. IFRC is a membership organisation established by and comprised of its member National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. Along with National Societies and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the IFRC is part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. IFRC’s headquarters is in Geneva, with regional and country offices throughout the world. Job Purpose As part of the global communications team, you will support the planning, repurposing and development of global IFRC content in Spanish for the IFRC’s new corporate website which will launch in 2021. You will ensure that high-quality content is showcased on ifrc.org, meaning that global messages, issues, emergencies, and resources are available and accessible to our significant Spanish-speaking audience. Job Duties and Responsibilities The Officer, Communication is responsible for: Planning, writing and repurposing Spanish language content for ifrc.org Working with the Global Communications Team to support day-to-day operations of IFRC.org Working with the Global Communications Team to support other digital platforms and global campaigns (when required). This will include developing and supporting the development of compelling content to position the work and priorities of the IFRC and its National Societies among Spanish-speaking audiences. Monitoring and analysing web content performance across different timelines (monthly for management reports, daily for content management needs, as appropriate to measure campaign impact). Taking initiative to advise on adjustments to ensure targets are met and continued strategic growth. With the support of the X Media Campaigning team and/or Regional Office, support Spanish-speaking National Societies with writing-for-web advice and training. Playing an active and constructive role as a member of the Global Communications Team, contributing to daily and situational monitoring of humanitarian issues and news. Being flexible in your work definition according to needs and priorities and improve team efficiencies and effectiveness within available resources. Be a pro-active team member by anticipating needs and fostering a workplace culture that models proactivity, continuous improvement, innovation, high performance, and value for money. Foster a co-creative environment with colleagues in Geneva, regions and the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and an open and cooperative relationship with external actors Be prepared to ensure business continuity over irregular hours where needed. Support the communications efforts of the Americas Regional Office when capacity allows. Education Required: University degree in a related field e.g.,/ communications, journalism, marketing, IT. Training in web content creation and/or management or related field Experience Required: At least 3 years experience in web publishing and/or digital content creation. Demonstrated success in first-class writing for the web and working with content management systems. Preferred: Experience working in an international humanitarian, public health, development context, or a related field. Proven experience in drafting compelling communications content for a variety of communications channels. Remote working experience. Experience in working with Drupal CMS. Experience in working with HTML, CSS Knowledge, Skills and Languages Required: Native-level written Spanish skills. Excellent written and spoken English skills. Self-supporting in IT. Demonstrated understanding and use of digital content and platforms for external communications and advocacy purposes. Comfortable working and communicating in a diverse and international environment. Ability to meet tight deadlines Ability to multitask and work under pressure. Analytical skills. Preferred: Video editing and production. SEO optimization. Competencies and Values VALUES: Respect for diversity; Integrity; Professionalism; Accountability CORE COMPETENCIES: Communication; Collaboration and Teamwork; Judgement and Decision Making; National Societies and Customer Relations; Creativity and Innovation; Building Trust MANAGERIAL COMPETENCIES: Managing Staff Performance; Managing Staff Development; Strategic Orientation FUNCTIONAL COMPETENCIES: Strategic Orientation; Leadership; Empowering Others How to applyImportant Note: • Please note that the selected candidate will be hired through a national contract; therefore, only nationals of the country or foreigners holding a valid work permit will be considered. • The incumbent is responsible to abide by Federation policies, procedures, plans, and applicable national laws. • The closing date is midnight Geneva time • Only those candidates shortlisted for interviews will be notified Multilocation This is a local staff position that can be based in any of the IFRC Americas duty stations: Buenos Aires (Argentina), San José (Costa Rica), Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), Guatemala City (Guatemala), Tegucigalpa (Honduras), Kingston (Jamaica), Managua (Nicaragua), Panama City (Panama), Lima (Peru), or Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago). Candidates must be able to provide proof of their eligibility to work in those countries during the application phase. Apply online: IFRC job detail | IFRC
Oficial de Logística - Caracas
Country: Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) Organization: International Medical Corps Closing date: 12 Feb 2023 OBJETIVO: Responsable de ejecutar las adquisiciones, gestionar el almacenamiento y la flota que se utiliza para el desarrollo de los programas donde se llevan a cabo las misiones en los distintos estados de Venezuela. PRINCIPALES RESPONSABILIDADES General Garantizar que se lleva a cabo el mantenimiento programado/general en la base de Caracas; Asistir al Departamento Financiero en cualquier consulta pertinente sobre adquisiciones/servicios pertenecientes a las actividades operativas sobre el terreno. Proporcionar apoyo logístico a todos los programas de conformidad con los procedimientos logísticos estándar de IMC; Gestión de Almacenes Respetar los procedimientos de gestión de existencias (registros, llenado, identificación). Garantizar la correcta identificación de todo el material de llegada/salida (cantidad, calidad y entrega). Seguir con especial atención la fecha de caducidad de los medicamentos y alimentos, y avisar al departamento correspondiente dos meses antes de la fecha de caducidad. Realizar el inventario mensual de las existencias y asegurarse de que las tarjetas de apilamiento están creadas, actualizadas y son precisas. Elaborar informes mensuales de inventario y existencias para el responsable de logística. Ayudar en el inventario de equipos y existencias cuando sea necesario. Supervisar los niveles de existencias. Establecer niveles mínimos de pedido y señalar cuándo es necesario reponer para minimizar las roturas de stock. Gestión de Carga Preparar todos los documentos de carga y expedición (albarán de entrega, carta de porte, entre otros.) que vayan a transportarse a los programas. Garantizar la preparación y carga seguras de la carga en los vehículos de transporte. Gestión de las Instalaciones Garantizar la correcta gestión de las instalaciones de las oficinas. Comunicarse y colaborar con el propietario y los conserjes para el mantenimiento de las instalaciones. Garantizar que todos los fallos técnicos relacionados con las instalaciones se controlen y notifiquen adecuadamente. Garantizar la oportuna presentación de la oficina y sus alrededores al nuevo personal (por ejemplo, mapa del aparcamiento, acceso con llave). Supervisar los gastos corrientes de las oficinas (es decir, verificar las facturas, el presupuesto). Analizar los niveles de consumo y establecer cantidades mínimas de pedido. Supervisar los niveles de existencias y realizar las compras oportunas para minimizar las roturas de stock. Verificar las facturas para garantizar la exactitud del manual de adquisiciones de IMC. Procura/Compras Preparación del material de oficina y de las necesidades logísticas. Seguimiento de los documentos de adquisición de acuerdo con el manual de adquisiciones de IMC. Recoger las facturas y organizarlas para que se ajusten a los requisitos financieros. Trabajar en adquisiciones pequeñas y de alto valor que necesiten la aprobación de la sede central; Comprar artículos en el mercado local para las necesidades del Programa; Interactuar con todo el personal de IMC autorizado para emitir solicitudes de compra y compartir la STP de forma periódica, además de mantener reuniones individuales con los responsables del programa para evaluar la situación actual y elaborar un plan de acción para las próximas actividades relacionadas con las adquisiciones. Mantener actualizados los archivos y carpetas de SharePoint (OneDrive) y realizar copias de seguridad de toda la documentación de adquisiciones. Gestión de la Flota Coordinar con los conductores los preparativos de viaje y las reservas necesarias; Organizar los desplazamientos diarios del personal y utilizarlos de forma rentable; Garantizar que todos los desplazamientos del personal se realicen sin problemas y que los conductores se utilicen adecuadamente. Informes Recopilar y presentar los informes logísticos mensuales, trimestrales y sobre el terreno al Coordinador de Logística. Cumplimiento y ética Promover y fomentar una cultura de cumplimiento y ética en todo el Cuerpo Médico Internacional. Contribuir a la creación de una imagen positiva y credibilidad general de la organización, en particular a través de la aplicación del Código de Conducta, la ética, los valores y el punto de vista de la organización frente a los actores internos y externos. Realiza el trabajo con el más alto nivel de integridad, manteniendo una comprensión clara de los estándares de ética y cumplimiento de International Medical Corps y de los donantes, y adhiriéndose a ellos. Promover activamente los estándares PSEA (Prevención de la Explotación y el Abuso Sexual) dentro del Cuerpo Médico Internacional y entre los beneficiarios atendidos por el Cuerpo Médico Internacional.Adherirse al Código de Conducta, mantener siempre los principios humanitarios y respetar el derecho internacional humanitario. Requisitos mínimos: Titulo de Licenciado con experiencia mínima de 2 años en el área de logística o adquisiciones. Deseable experiencia en el sector humanitario, gestión de logística en situaciones de emergencia, procedimientos específicos de donantes. Experiencia con programas informáticos de logística (Deseable). Capacidad de lectura, escritura, análisis e interpretación, técnica en inglés y español. Tipo de contrato: Consultor inicialmente hasta marzo 31 2023 con posibilidad de extensión según desempeño y fondos. How to apply¿CÓMO APLICAR? Asegúrese de que cumple con todos los requisitos. Remitir correo electrónico a: hr.venezuela@InternationalMedicalCorps.org Título del asunto: Oficial de Logistica Adjuntar hoja de vida actualizada. Solamente se tendrán en cuenta las aplicaciones cuyo asunto del correo cumpla con lo requerido FECHA LÍMITE: Domingo 12 de Febrero 2023 Motivamos a los interesados a remitir su hoja de vida tan pronto sea posible, International Medical Corps se reserva el derecho de cerrar la convocatoria, tan pronto se identifique un candidato idóneo para la posición. Si envía correo electrónico después de la fecha indicada, su postulación no tendrá validez. IMC Venezuela nunca solicitará a las personas candidatas en un proceso de selección el pago de una contraprestación, tarifa o cualquier otro intercambio. Si se le solicita cualquier pago o favor en relación a este proceso de selección, por favor infórmenos en https://lnkd.in/ddcpBk_8"
Project Coordinator
Country: Greece Organization: Open Cultural Center Closing date: 28 Feb 2023 Open Cultural Center (OCC) was established in 2016 in response to the European refugee crisis, and now manages cultural centers and residential programs for migrants and refugees in Spain and Greece. We are a small international team united by a commitment to breaking down barriers to social inclusion for migrants and refugees. We are active and growing, largely due to the support of a large number of volunteers. OCC emphasizes the importance of participation and empowerment, developing autonomy, building communities, and intercultural exchange. Our main projects include: Early childhood education center Socio-educational activities with children and youth Education activities for adults Women Space Transport and mobility projects to connect refugee camps to urban areas European Union projects that foster social innovation and exchange of best practices OCC Greece is looking for a Project Coordinator to implement and support the activities in Polykastro, in close coordination with the Site Coordinator. S/he will be the main reference point of the volunteers, welcoming and onboarding them, as well as supporting their daily activities. The team in OCC Greece includes 3 people and 15-18 volunteers managed within the EU Solidarity Corps framework. Responsibilities and tasks The Project Coordinator is responsible for the following: Implement and support OCC activities in Polykastro as directed by the Site Coordinator; Support the Site Coordinator with troubleshooting; Support OCC volunteers in their daily activities and represent a point of reference during their stay; Manage the welcoming and induction of new volunteers; Organise personal and ad hoc session with volunteers, to check performances and progresses; Make the weekly schedule of activities/volunteers’ schedules; Oversee the good maintenance of the working spaces and the apartments in collaboration with the Logistic Coordinator; Participate in the weekly management meetings. Competencies and skills Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences, Business or Public Administration, Migration, Education, or similar with at least 1 year of experience working in a similar position OR high school diploma with at least 3 years of experience working in a similar position. An advanced university degree will be considered an asset; Advanced skills in MS Office and Google Drive; Knowledge of the values and objectives of the European Solidarity Corps program; High levels of self-organisation; Ability to speak English fluently both written and oral. Knowledge of Spanish, French, and/or Arabic will be considered an asset; Multitasking and prioritizing; Ability to oversee volunteers; Commitment to the mission of OCC, the project objectives, and the volunteer team; Demonstrate an ability to work in teams in a fast-paced environment; Ability to identify opportunities through a holistic vision of the project; Driving license with at least 1 year of experience will be considered an asset. What we offer Full-time position with a Greek contract; Starting date asap; Salary of 800 euros/month net for 14 payments; 2-year renewable contract; The opportunity to work in the passionate environment of a grassroots organisation in Northern Greece with strong connections to our Barcelona branch; The opportunity to work in an intercultural team consisting of employees, volunteers, and external partners; The opportunity to develop profound knowledge and experience in migration flows, management and inclusion. How to applyPlease use this form to apply: https://airtable.com/shrL2jvRowsOx1QXl. Deadline: 28th February 2023. Open Cultural Center reserves the right to close the position before the closing date for applications if a suitable candidate is identified. Applicants from underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply since we are committed to a discrimination-free workplace. No matter what your gender, marital status, race, ethnicity, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, mental health, or religion is, we want to hear from you!
Corporate Fundraising Officer
Country: Spain Organization: Open Cultural Center Closing date: 17 Feb 2023 Corporate Fundraising Officer - Full-time position at Open Cultural Center Do you have experience in corporate fundraising and partnerships in the social sector, and are you interested in working in a multicultural and growing nonprofit organisation? Join us at Open Cultural Center Barcelona, an NGO working towards the inclusion of refugees and migrants through education, housing, labour insertion, and social innovation activities. The organisation Open Cultural Center is a non-profit organisation that carries out various educational and cultural projects for and with migrants and refugees in Spain and Greece. We have our main office in Barcelona, with a team of 18 employees and various volunteers who work on our activities in Barcelona. Some of our main activities in and around Barcelona are the language school, the coding school and our housing program for migrant youth in rural areas. What will you do? The main purpose of the job is to raise funding and resources from corporate partners in support of refugees/migrants and OCC’s mission and vision, by maintaining existing partnerships and developing new relationships. As a part of this role, the Corporate Fundraising Officer will also be responsible for the corporate volunteering programs and the support of job placement for participants from OCC’s projects. Below, you can find detailed the duties and accountabilities of this position: FUNDRAISING Strategy and planning To develop and implement an effective corporate fundraising strategy, including ethical guidelines, partnership models/options/packages, partners onboarding streamlines and all supporting documentation. To contribute to all projects are being suitably funded and all income is being allocated correctly. To support the strategic development of key partnerships within the corporate sector, ensuring long term sustainable income streams. To contribute to an agreed annual income target for corporate partnerships. Account Management To meet the corporate fundraising objective of 220.000€ for 2022 and 350.000€ for 2023. To take ownership of existing partnerships and convert these relationships into multi-year strategic partnerships, while ensuring all possible opportunities for revenue generation have been explored. To work closely with other team members across the organisation to ensure opportunities for corporate partnerships are identified, developed at the appropriate level and aligned with project needs. To create solid stewardship plans and identify opportunities for growth. To ensure key partnership milestones are met, reported, and celebrated with key internal and external stakeholders. To proactively set fundraising targets and be responsible for budgeting and financial planning for all partnerships being led on. New opportunities To proactively research for new corporate partners opportunities by identifying potential companies to develop mutual beneficial relations. To design, prepare and make impactful, tailored and timely approaches to identified corporate partner prospects through the pitch process. To collaborate closely with the Program and Communications’ team to ensure consistency and complementarity in the approach towards corporate partners. To attend fundraising and networking events with the purpose of networking and relationship building and represent OCC when appropriate. To lead the creation of a robust pipeline of opportunities spanning multiple financial years. Information Management, Monitoring & Evaluation and reporting To assist the Fundraising and Communications Manager with forecasting budgets, ensuring records are maintained and updated to enable income reporting and analysis of activity. To maintain up to date records of funding partnerships and leads and liaise with Finance to ensure all budget information is accurate. To collaborate with the Communications department to create and manage effective corporate communications to promote and thank corporate partners, To establish appropriate means of monitoring and evaluating activity, and ensure that corporate partners receive regular and high-quality reports when required. CORPORATE VOLUNTEERING PROGRAMS To lead on the delivery of OCC’s corporate volunteering program, engaging organisations in impactful volunteering opportunities To liaise with companies on new and ongoing volunteering opportunities within the organization. To meet regularly and work hand in hand with the Program teams to evaluate the current activity and explore potential volunteer opportunities. To work constructively with corporate volunteers in the team and provide guidance to help them in their roles where required. To collaborate with the Program team to support corporate volunteers are offered a tailored stewardship to make them feel part of OCC’s community. JOB PLACEMENT FOR PARTICIPANTS To identify new opportunities and establish contact with companies to explore potential recruitment opportunities by understanding their hiring needs. To actively research and identify new companies looking for new Junior profiles in OCC’s targeted sectors. To set up in-person visits or online presentations for students/participants to develop a direct connection with companies and bring them closer to business reality within the targeted sectors. To support participants of the projects by presenting different job search channels and informing them on new opportunities shared by corporate partners. What do we offer? The OCC is committed to creating an inclusive and diverse workplace that fosters the active participation of everyone and the generation of a positive impact to the team and the target groups. We offer our employees the following. An annual gross salary of 23.000-30.000€ depending on experience (38 hours a week, 13 payments, permanent contract, 3 months probation) and a holiday period of 42 natural days (30 working days) per year Incorporation ASAP. A unique opportunity to work in the heart of the local social sector, specialised in migration, while also working on an international level with NGOs around Europe. Flexible work arrangements and two days per week of remote working. The opportunity to work in a highly multicultural team consisting of employees, volunteers, interns and external partners The opportunity to work with our Greek branch in Polykastro and get to know the migration context of Greece. Many learning opportunities by working with psychologists, social workers, (EU) project managers and our diverse group of beneficiaries and volunteers What are the job requirements? Essential experience, skills and knowledge Educated to a relevant degree level or equivalent relevant experience in a related field such as marketing, communications or business administration. A minimum of 5 years experience in a fundraising job position A minimum of 2 years experience in a similar corporate fundraising position Successful fundraising from a variety of corporations and foundations, including meeting and/or exceeding fundraising targets of 6 figures. Proven track record of effective prospect research building a varied fundraising portfolio. Experience of attending meetings with corporates and pitching, or supporting with a Fundraising initiative pitch, with proven track record of success, or other presentation experience Experience of successfully managing partners and leads. Experience of developing fundraising proposals for a range of corporations and foundations. Experience in managing budgets Strong interpersonal, networking and facilitation skills Excellent communication skills with experience in face-to-face meetings, telephone calls and in writing with existing and potential partners, both in English and Spanish. Experience of working on a CRM database Effective at building successful relationships with team members, managers and with other internal and external stakeholders Strong organisational and planning skills Ability to take ownership of own learning and development Understanding of the issues experienced by migrants and refugees Commitment to listening and working with humility; supporting a shared leadership; provide spaces for participation of diverse voices and perspectives Desirable: Digital savvy, experience with digital tools and no code tools such as Airtable, Notion, Slack and/or Trello. Problem solving skills. Has undertaken further training on migration and/or fundraising. Has undertaken further training on impact measurement and management. Experience with the tech sector and partnerships. Passionate interest in the migration sector, and the drive to further your fundraising knowledge. What is the application process? We will always let you know if you are selected for the application process or not. Applications have to be submitted through our application form (see link below). We will not consider applications that come in through other channels. Once selected, the process is as follows: We will invite you for a first interview to get to know each other, talk about the position and the organisation in more detail, discuss your expectations and ambitions and answer any questions you may have. When the first interview result is positive, we will ask you for previous job references, and the completion of an assignment. The assignment will relate to database and reporting skills. When the result of the assignment is positive, there will be a final interview. In this interview we will discuss in more detail the skills and experience you have, and how these fit the position. We will also discuss the result of the assignment and any feedback you have regarding the assignment. How to applyPlease use this form to apply : https://airtable.com/shrL2jvRowsOx1QXl. Deadline: 17 February 2023 Applicants from underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply since we are committed to a discrimination-free workplace. No matter what your gender, marital status, race, ethnicity, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, mental health, or religion is, we want to hear from you!
PMER and PSEA Facilitator - Bolivia
Country: Bolivia (Plurinational State of) Organization: Mennonite Central Committee Closing date: 28 Feb 2023 Job Synopsis This position is responsible for managing the reporting process for all partners and MCC Bolivia programing. This requires gathering, reviewing, and translating of all MCC partner reports, and entering all necessary information into MCC’s PMER database platform. This process involves consistent and effective communication with partner organizations, providing necessary accompaniment through the reporting process and requirements for MCC. The facilitator will be expected to learn about and be familiar with MCC formats and reporting procedures to provide effective partner accompaniment. The facilitator will also work with the Reps in drafting new proposals with partners and arranging evaluations as they are needed. This position is a unique opportunity to be part of MCC’s ministry in fostering relationship building of mutual respect and learning between MCC and its partners. The other half of this position is being a Protection against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) “focal point” for MCC Bolivia. This involves is working with MCC partner organizations in developing and keeping up good PSEA practices and policies at their projects and with the communities they accompany. This can involve training and awareness raising activities with partners and the MCC Bolivia team. Along with the Reps, this person can be considered a first point of contact on the MCC Bolivia team for reporting abuse either form a partner or on the MCC team. Location Description Santa Cruz is located in the tropical lowlands of Bolivia. Most of the year is very hot and humid, but south winds and rains during the winter months can bring temperatures down into the 50’s F or 10-15C. Although Santa Cruz has a 400-year history, it has developed as a growing metropolis only in the past 30 years. As a dynamic economic and cultural center of almost 1.5 million, Santa Cruz is the 14th fastest growing city in the world. The city has the feel of “industry and growth” but also is characterized by its rural, small-town look. The city of Santa Cruz is the administrative capital of the department of Santa Cruz (similar to a state or province). It is the center for the oil and gas industry as well as the agriculture enterprise of the eastern half of the country. It has an international airport and has bus and railroad links to other parts of Bolivia and South America. Travel within the city of Santa Cruz is predominately by public micros (small buses). Taxis are also available at affordable rates. MCC owns a few vehicles that can be reserved for program and personal use. The city and surrounding area offer plenty to do and see including: a zoo, parks, outdoor markets, museums, performing arts centers, movie theaters, soccer action, Inca ruins, swimming pools, rivers, waterfalls, and plenty of ice cream! The more traditional foods in the Santa Cruz region include a variety of soups, and meat with rice and potatoes. Plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables are available. Numerous public and private schools using a variety of teaching methods and languages are available. Many good hospitals and clinics are located within the city area. The MCC office is located near the center of Santa Cruz and includes a head office, living and guest rooms, library, outdoor basketball, volleyball, and garage facilities. Challenges: • Heavy use of peanut products in daily food preparation • Popular cuisine not very accommodating for vegetarians and less so for vegan diets • Diverse group of stakeholders • Use of public transit required with caution considering pandemic conditions • Local church and area not supportive to LGTBQ+ persons • High level of desk work at the MCC Bolivia office (MCC Bolivia expectation is that all national staff and MCCers in Santa Cruz work at the office unless they are on a partner visit, or there is a strike or blockade that keeps people from coming to work). • Frequent strikes and city-wide blockades that can affect daily transportation and partner visits. Qualifications All MCC workers are expected to exhibit a commitment to: a personal Christian faith and discipleship; active participation in a Christian church or Christian community; and nonviolent peacemaking. MCC is an equal opportunity employer, committed to employment equity. MCC values diversity and invites all qualified candidates to apply. Ability to understand, speak, read and write Spanish and English Cross-cultural/international experience preferable Computer literacy is necessary, ability to learn to use database applications, experience with Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel and PDF files Preferably with previous experience in community development practices, including experience in program planning and monitoring Strong communication skills in a cross-cultural office and partner organization environment and patience to overcome difficulties Interest in transformative community accompaniment Ability to work in collaboration with an MCC team and local partners, each with its own interests and needs Have a certain level of sensitivity and conviction in working against sexual exploitation and abuse. Ability to think creatively and strategically Maturity in relational skills including strong listening skills and empathy Strong organizational skills and clear attention to detail Demonstrated collaboration and flexibility skills Willing to engage with a local faith community even though it may be culturally different from one’s own. A college/university degree in social sciences, or related fields Preferably with strong writing skills and/or photography skills. ​Invitations to serve with MCC are contingent on the successful outcome of criminal background check(s). Key Responsibilities The PMER Facilitator will work very closely with the MCC Representatives in the following areas: PMER • Managing all aspects of MCC bi-annual project reporting from initial correspondence with partners, reviewing reports, communication with partners to clarify reporting, finalizing reporting drafts, translation of reporting, and database entry into MCC´s reporting platform. • Gathering necessary information for all photos that accompany reports and upload them to MCC´s photo database, Mediaspace. • Coordinating with MCC Bolivia´s accountant for revisions of partner financial reports • Gathering information for Bolivian government reporting, a process directed by MCC Bolivia Reps. • Support communications by providing stories and photos from reports • Support MCC Bolivia Rep and partner in the process of new project development • When called for supporting a process of evaluation of partners and/or projects • Partner visits at least once a year to all MCC partners (this can also be coordinated with other MCC Bolivia trips to partners). Protection against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) focal point • Support partners in periodic PSEA evaluations of their projects. • Accompany partners in developing and/or updating PSEA policies. • Stay updated on continued research and best-practices being used globally to keep MCC Bolivia and their partners informed, enriching trainings that MCC offers. • Stay connected with other PSEA MCC workers that are providing support to country programs. • Stay connected with local organizations and resources that are working in the same area for potential support and coordination. • Offer trainings and/or awareness raising activities for MCC Bolivia team. • Be a contact option for people wishing to report an incident of sexual exploitation and abuse Other Team Support Responsibilities: As time permits, Reps might ask you to support other activities during the year. • Orientation of new long-term service workers – This could include any number of collaborative tasks from planning, organizing and executing the in-country orientations; logistical support; organizing language study; communicating with MCC partners for their participation; lead sessions during the orientation; and /or translate for the group. • Learning Tours, Exchanges and Partner Encounters - This could include any number of collaborative tasks from planning, organizing and executing such exchanges; logistical support; communicating with MCC partners for their participation; lead sessions during the orientation; and /or translate for the group. • Team Meetings and Retreats – Each year the MCC Bolivia Team as 2 team meetings and 1 retreat that are 3 – 4 days. Responsibilities could include any number of collaborative tasks from planning, organizing and executing such meetings/retreats; logistical support, communication, leading sessions; and/or translation. All positions require flexibility and dedication to supporting the team and taking on other duties as requested. This position requires some travel to visit partners in other regions of the country. When not on partner visits all national staff and international service workers not seconded to partners are expected to work at the office during the office hours of 8am – 5pm, Monday to Friday, with an hour lunch break at noon. Compensation time is given for times when one works on the weekend, in the evenings, or has taken a trip. The work rhythms vary throughout the year, with some months being much more intense than others. Beyond carrying out the specific tasks mentioned above, it is important to be attentive to special partner events that allow for relationship-building with partners and deepening understanding of their work. The PMER Facilitator works within the broader MCC Bolivia/Southern Cone team which currently has around 30 members. The MCC team meets three times a year for team retreats and maintains other forms of support throughout the year. All MCC workers are expected to attend MCC meetings and events as appropriate, and be willing to contribute to team life, including devotional times. Workers are also expected to attend a local Anabaptist church. How to applySubmit your application on our website by Feb 28, 2023 by visiting: https://mcccanada.ca/get-involved/serve/openings/pmer-psea-facilitator-bolivia
Integrated Projects Officer - Kilifi
Country: Kenya Organization: Plan International Closing date: 8 Feb 2023 WHO WE ARE Plan International is a rights-based development and humanitarian organization working for better lives for all children. We are independent of government and have no political or religious affiliation. Our purpose is to strive for a just world that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We have been building powerful partnerships for children for more than 80 years and are now active in more than 70 countries. Our global strategy has a specific focus on girls, as they are often the most marginalized and most often left behind. We have committed ourselves to the ambitious target of reaching 100 million girls over 5 years, to ensure they can learn, lead, decide and thrive. This is our contribution to reaching the sustainable development goals, and in particular the goals on gender equality. Our organization is transforming itself to meet this enormous challenge everywhere we work. We need bold, forward-thinking and innovative individuals to lead our country operations, driving change and delivering results that will allow us to reach our target of 100 million girls. With approximately 38 years of experience in implementing its programme, Plan International Kenya (PIK) currently operates in 11 geographical areas: Nairobi, Machakos, Kajiado, Tharaka-Nithi, Siaya, Kwale, Kilifi, Homa Bay, Kisumu, Tana River and Marsabit Counties. OUR STRATEGY STATEMENT Plan International Kenya’s (PIK) strategic goal in the next five years is to end teenage pregnancies and end all forms of sexual and gender-based violence against adolescent girls and young women. We aim to help create an enabling environment where girls and young women are safe, valued, equally cared for, and have equal opportunities. PIK will contribute to the global strategy by aiming to reach directly approximately 2.75 million (children, including girls and young women over the period of the strategy 2022-2026 and to reach additional beneficiaries through its interventions. ABOUT THE ROLE The role of an Integrated Project Officer (IPO) will drive the day-to-day implementation of project/s in order to create real change for children, especially girls, against Plan Kenya’s strategic programme priorities. It will entail managing projects and sponsorship delivery at the Program Unit (PU), while ensuring a seamless integration and quality of both deliverables in line with the Country Strategy. The role will design, implement monitor and report on progress of project activities and sponsorship production in line with detailed implementation plan and sponsorship annual schedules. The role is intended to manage partnerships (county government, national NGOs, corporate agencies etc.) and sustain a working relationship with sponsored families and local partners to deliver quality and timely sponsorship communications accompanied with a demonstrated participation of sponsored families and benefitting from the diverse projects supported in the PUs. Reports to: Program Unit Manager Direct reports – None LEVEL OF CONTACT WITH CHILDREN High level: Frequent interaction with children PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT • Typical field environment with 80% travel using a motorbike for frequent visits to the field sites for project visit, meetings, sponsored families’ engagement, partnerships management and project implementation. ACCOUNTABILITIES AND MAIN WORK ACTIVITIES 1. Planning, Strategy and Policy (10%) • Ensure sponsorship and program work directly contributes to the outcomes for girls and young women are realised and that girls take lead in advocating for their rights • Design and implement projects that are gender transformative and aligned to the Country and Global strategies. • Promote children rights in sponsorship and ensure Plan’s policy on safeguarding the rights of children and young people is adhered to by all associates. • Build relationship with relevant staff to ensure all logistics and procurement processes are in conformity with Plan policies, procedures and standards • Oversee sponsor visits as per Plan International policies. 2. Programme and Project Design, Implementation, Reporting and Influencing (30%) • Promote participation of children, girls and communities in project cycle to explore and challenge gender norms that do not advance gender equality. • Ensure sponsored families and community participation in the project design, planning and implementation. • Influence stakeholders to address the varied and complex root causes of the issues that impact girls' lives. • Facilitate consultation, participation and feedback to the community in relation to Plan programs and policies. • Facilitate access to relevant and accurate information on the projects to sponsored families, government officers and other community stakeholders • Contribute to gender sensitive responses/intervention through continuous data collection during project implementation. • Timely consolidate/write and submit quality project periodic reports in line with the laid down donor requirements and Plan standards. • Profiling of the most Significant change stories on quarterly basis (Sharing and demonstrating impact). • Ensure the Project design processes encompasses all stakeholders, adopting tools (M&E; Plan, Procurement Plan, Risk Assessment, for effective project delivery. 3. Working in Partnership and Resource Mobilization (20%) • Continued active participation on flagged business development calls by providing necessary information to qualify proposals. • Management of partners to effectively support sponsorship processes and program delivery. Track and monitor contractual obligations of all partners. This includes ensuring compliance to child sponsorship commitments and achievement of KPIs. • Work closely with the sponsorship partners to ensure adequately skilled volunteers are recruited and performance managed as per monthly set targets. • Uphold the principles of Building Better Partnerships • Engage and maintain cordial stakeholder relationships throughout the project cycle for effective project delivery and achievement of sponsorship commitments. • Maintain a high level of external communication and contact at the community and county levels. This is to facilitate the implementation of the project and sponsorship activities effectively. • Build and strengthen working relations with local structures (local administration, schools among others) and ensure their participation and support to child sponsorship and other program activities. • Engage and influence different technical working groups at sub-county level. 4. Quality Improvement and Standards (15%) • Deliver timely and quality child sponsorship communications/products as per monthly and quarterly production schedules. • Operationalize procedures of data quality assurance during collection and submission of child sponsorship communications. • Ensure each sponsored child is tracked on yearly basis (to check on their wellbeing, education and health) and submit reports on quarterly basis. • Monitor and evaluate performance of child sponsorship partners as per signed agreements. • Work with the Program team and the M&E; team in documenting project achievements and lessons learnt. • Enhance effective data storage of child sponsorship documents at field level. • Facilitate and coordinate joint reflection sessions with sponsored families, communities and other stakeholders to inform programming/improve on quality of interventions. 5. Financial Responsibility (10%) • Develop monthly activities and budget plans as per approved work plan and ensure all activities are on track with appropriate scheduling, quality and timelines. • Monitor expenditures by interventions and ensure compliance with approved budget and achieve over 90% spending status on a monthly basis. • Review expenditure reports on a monthly basis. 6. Risk Management (5%) • Develop risk assessments for all projects & sponsorship and put in place mechanisms to mitigate/manage the risks during the implementation phase. • Continually manage all safeguarding risks in both program and sponsorship. 7. Safeguarding Children and Young People (Safeguarding) and Gender Equality and Inclusion (GEI) (5%) • Understands and puts into practice the responsibilities under Safeguarding and GEI policies and Plan International’s Code of Conduct (CoC), ensuring that concerns are reported and managed in accordance with the appropriate procedures. • Leads the orientation of programme staff to ensure that they are properly inducted on and understands their role in upholding Plan International’s safeguarding and GEI policies. • Ensures that Plan International’s global policies for Safeguarding Children and Young People and Gender Equality and Inclusion are fully embedded in project design, during implementation and as principles applied in day-to-day work of Programme team. • Ensures that Plan Kenya contributes to Plan International’s global efforts to ensure safeguarding and GEI, including making sure that relevant reporting and data are submitted. 8. Other duties (5%) • As assigned by the supervisor LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES • Courageous in taking a lead, focused on Plan International's purpose and making the most effective contribution within their own work context. • Behaves in line with Plan International values and safeguarding practices, inside and outside work. • Challenges own attitudes, unconscious bias and behaviour and speaks up when they see wrongdoing, especially by those who use their power over others to create fear or abuse. • Understand and adhere to the policies, processes, practices and standards relevant to own work and keeps their knowledge and skills up to date. • Honest and efficient in use of resources, including own time. • Takes responsibility for own performance and development: reflecting; seeking and listening to feedback; learning from mistakes; finding people or resources to help them learn. • Constructive and optimistic in facing setbacks, challenges and change, using own initiative to analyse issues and improve things. • Good team player, communicating effectively and being open and supportive towards those around them. BUSINESS MANAGEMENT COMPETENCIES • Understands Plan International in context, including its purpose, values and country strategy, and can communicate these to varied audiences, including how Plan International will deliver on its objectives. • Managing activities and resources including skills in project design, planning, monitoring and reporting • Managing people and information including skills in capacity assessment and coaching, communication skills, both speaking and writing, and digital working, including personal digital skills TECHNICAL EXPERTISE, SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE Qualifications/ experience essential: • A Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences or Development Studies. • At least 3 years’ experience in project management in various thematic areas/child sponsorship programming and disaster risk management. • Demonstrable experience designing and managing gender transformative projects • At least 2 years’ experience managing partners • Hold personal values, ethics and attitudes which are in alignment with the principles of the Plan’s • Minimum supervision • Motorcycle riding skills and experience to use it as a mode of transport during field assignments. Qualifications/ experience desirable: • Strong report writing skills • Community facilitation, networking, partnership development and management skills • Good communication, negotiation and advocacy skills • Good interpersonal, relationship and team working • Conflict Management skills • Experience in humanitarian programming • Experience in program phase out management • Experience in working with coastal communities will be an added advantage Languages required: • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in Kiswahili and English. TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES Knowledge: • In-depth knowledge local development issues, with particular knowledge in girls’ rights and child rights, feminist movements, the key actors and institutions, and the power dynamics involved. • Mastery of key gender inequalities, gaps, barriers and opportunities at the local level • In-depth understanding of the policies, processes, institutions and organizations that shape the development and humanitarian context and standards within Kenya. • Knowledge and experience of working with children and youths • Strong Knowledge of community development. • Knowledge on management of partners including capacity assessment and strengthening. • Knowledge in designing projects with clear objectives and measurable results contributing to overall outcomes. • Mainstreaming gender and inclusion into programming and influencing work by applying strategies for gender transformative change. • Use of participatory approaches and the engagement of our Primary Impact Groups and other key actors and stakeholders throughout the programme and project cycle, including monitoring and evaluation. Skills: • Ability to design, implement and monitor evidence-based solutions for gender transformative programmes. • Ability to influence power holders about the need for and benefits of addressing gender equality and inclusion, including being able to offer a range of evidence-based solutions. • Excellent relationship building skills – networking, influencing and stakeholder management skills • Ability to identify, analyze and monitor diverse, relevant external actors to work with and understand the purpose and implications of working with them. • Ability to capacity build relevant stakeholders into programme and project design • Hands on experience and skill in result-based MERL system • Shapes work programmes with relevant leaders and stakeholders, aligned with relevant strategies, and balancing global and local priorities with opportunities • Identifies, assesses and nurtures mutually beneficial relationships with appropriate partners. [supporting partnership relationships] • Ability to engage with and influence key actors and stakeholders in own field(s), including government, inter-governmental organisations and the private sector Behaviors: • Role model Plan International values and behaviors both internally and externally. • Engages sensitively with community members on issues of gender equality and inclusion, demonstrating an understanding of the local culture and context. • Promotes equality, including gender equality, inclusion and girls’ empowerment in Plan’s work and in its work with partners • The ability to build collaborative working relationships • Communicates effectively at a high level and with a range of appropriate styles for different audiences Equality, diversity and inclusion is at the very heart of everything that Plan International stands for. We want Plan International to reflect the diversity of the communities we work with, offering equal opportunities to everyone regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. Plan International is based on a culture of inclusivity and we strive to create a workplace environment that ensures every team, in every office, in every country, is rich in diverse people, thoughts, and ideas. We foster an organisational culture that embraces our commitment to racial justice, gender equality, girls’ rights and inclusion. Plan International believes that in a world where children face so many threats of harm, it is our duty to ensure that we, as an organisation, do everything we can to keep children safe. This means that we have particular responsibilities to children that we come into contact with and we must not contribute in any way to harming or placing children at risk. How to applyTo apply, please click on the link below: Career Opportunities: Integrated Projects Officer - Kilifi (45739) (successfactors.eu) A range of pre-employment checks will be undertaken in conformity with Plan International's Safeguarding Children and Young People policy. Plan International also participates in the Inter Agency Misconduct Disclosure Scheme. In line with this scheme we will request information from applicants previous employers about any findings of sexual exploitation, sexual abuse and/or sexual harassment during employment, or incidents under investigation when the applicant left employment. By submitting an application, the job applicant confirms their understanding of these recruitment procedures. Disclaimer: Plan International is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate applicants on any basis. We also do not charge Job seekers any fees at any point of the recruitment process. Female candidates are highly encouraged to apply for this position.
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