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Job Title: Food Monitor x2
Purpose of the Position
To mobilize community for Registration, Verification and Distribution, set up Final Distribution Points (FDPs) according to World Vision standard distribution procedures and provide end user monitoring and accurate documentation on all commodity distributions.
Commodity Management and Distribution
Liaise with Warehouse staff on distribution planning and commodities dispatching from Warehouse to Final Distribution Points (FDPs).
Ensure that all commodities entrusted to World Vision arriving at FDPs are properly accounted for.
Scrutinize all waybills for commodities arriving at the FDP.
Ensure that the commodities are of correct quantities and quality as manifested on the waybill. Immediately record all quantities delivered short (missing), quantities lost in transit and quantities damaged if any. All observations must be recorded immediately. Commodities must carefully be counted during off-loading.
Ensure that at the school storeroom, commodities are stacked in an organized manner, by commodity type to facilitate easy counting.
Ensure FIFO is observed at all storerooms in all FDPs.
Train FDP Management Committee in commodity stacking, counting, weighing, and FDP Complaints Committee on Complaints handling process.
Train beneficiaries on Donor, Implementing Partner, Program, Duration, Selection Criteria, and Ration Sizes.
Monitor the distribution of commodities for every FDP and produce reports.
Submission of distribution plans for each FDP and actual beneficiaries to the District Coordinator for approval.
Review all the FDP Documents and compare with the Master Beneficiary List. Record all changes and report them regularly.
Follow up on Beneficiary Complaints from Help Desk and give Beneficiaries feedback of their complaints.
Prepare Distribution Center Visit Reports (DCVR) and Food Monitors Report after every Distribution.
Ensure that all commodities are accounted for at the FDP and make sure all distributions are carried out according to WV standards.
Ensure proper accounting of all quantities of commodities received and distributed at each FDP.
Make sure that all Humanitarian Accountability processes and procedures are followed
Perform any other duty that may be assigned from time to time
Qualifications and Skills:
Diploma in Social Sciences, Development Studies or any relevant field.
At least 2 years’ previous experience in a related field.
Ability to ride a motor cycle is an added advantage
Ability to perform field assignments and willingness to travel for long period of time in difficult terrain, harsh and demanding conditions.
Good command of oral and written English, a must.
Knowledge and experience in computers especially Microsoft word, Excel, Spreadsheet software.
Job Title: Warehouse Tally Clerk x2 (Gokwe North)
Reports to: Warehouse Supervisor
Purpose of the position
To account and maintain the records for all commodities received, stored and dispatchedin the warehouse.
Checking trucks and commodities on arrival at the warehouse and counting the commodities on truck and during off-loading.
Updating warehouse files and conducting truck inspections and preparing respective reports.
Supervision and training of Off-loaders, maintaining their daily attendance records.
Ensuring that all commodities have stock cards and are updated after every transaction.
Conducting routine inspection of warehouse to detect any infestations and inform the Warehouse Supervisor.
Preparing daily, weekly and monthly update reports.
Knowledge and Skills:
A Certificate in Stores Management or any related field
5 O levels including English, Maths/Accounts.
At least 3 years’ experience working in in Warehouse or Stores.
Good command of English and local languages
*Preferred location: New York, NY. Other locations to be determined by home country of successful candidate in a jurisdiction (US state or country) where WVI is registered to operate.
PURPOSE OF POSITION:
The purpose of this role is twofold. The main purpose of the role is to maximize the potential of advocacy practitioners to bring change for children, through ensuring the right knowledge is available when needed in World Vision’s advocacy, campaign, cross-sector partnering and external engagement work. This entails comprehensive gathering of information from our global Advocacy & External Engagement (A&EE) teams as well as promoting this information to encourage learning. The role will operationalise systems that capture and aggregate data from multiple sources, prove the contribution to change and identify paths and products to increase knowledge of effective advocacy and external engagement models. The Knowledge Management (KM) Specialist is also responsible for supporting a global network of practice for A&EE, promoting a culture of excellence in this network and support the members to develop the skills and capacities to achieve enhanced performance.
Allied to this is the collection, collation and analysis of data to demonstrate the contribution of A&EE to the World Vision Partnership’s overarching strategic goal. The role will provide dedicated support to the Advocacy Strategic Measures (ASM) process which provides significant insights into the progress of the A&EE goals, and is a rich source of information for application in a range of internal communications and knowledge management processes. The Knowledge Management Specialist will also provide primary knowledge management support to the External Engagement Advisory Group.
Contribute to the development of a culture of learning and improvement within the advocacy and external engagement community for adoption, replication and scale up of internal and external best practices in relation to advocacy and external engagement:
Strengthen A&EE and the broader advocacy and external engagement community of practitioners to promote replication and learning.
Develop capacity building tools and resources.
Ensure adequate access to capacity building material and tools Partnership-wide through adequate communication.
Support documentation of best practices, achievements and innovative tactics and methodologies in an accessible and easily understandable way for replication and scale up.
Support regular review, analysis and reporting on A&EE activity, outcomes and impact drawing on Advocacy Strategic Measures and external engagement and campaign metrics.
Package relevant information into different reporting products to ensure an adequate and regular information flow to key internal and external stakeholders.
Support knowledge management functions for the External Engagement Advisory Group.
Develop capacity building tools and material from best practices and innovative external engagement approaches.
Ensure effective access to guidance, tools and resources via a new External Engagement page on WV Central.
Manage the external engagement knowledge repository system (internal website) to ensure that it is always up to date and its structure is adapted to evolving needs.
Manage the day to day technical operation of the External Engagement Community of Practice.
Manage the data gathering, collation, analysis and reporting of the Advocacy Strategic Measures process, which shows the contribution of advocacy and external engagement to the Partnership’s overarching goal:
Manage all logistical and technical aspects of ASM reporting cycle.
Contribute results to the WVI Board report.
Produce narrative reports for senior global and regional leadership.
Provide analysis with conclusions and recommendations prepared for advocacy leadership.
Utilise ASM data/content related to key A&EE objectives (e.g., Global campaign) for internal communications and knowledge management purposes.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Bachelor’s degree in relevant area - development. international relations, social sciences, communications, Knowledge Management, Child Protection.
Capacity to manage an important amount of information, summarize it and package it for communication with different groups of stakeholders.
Strategic, creative, pragmatic and innovative thinking.
Min 3 years’ experience in relevant field (campaigning, advocacy and/or communications).
A successful track record in coordinating / managing and communicating information in a large and complex environment.
Strong project management experience with excellent analysis, writing, documenting & editing skills including high competency in Microsoft Excel.
Experience of working in a complex, international and cross-cultural environment.
Ability / experience influencing people to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes.
Effective in written and verbal communication in English.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:
Master Degree in International relations, Development, Communications, Child protection or similar.
Spanish and/or French would be an asset.
Experience of working in advocacy, external engagement and large scale public campaigns.
Practical advocacy and campaigning experience in different national contexts, particularly in developing country contexts.
Good knowledge on monitoring and evaluation (M&E).
Experience in producing curriculum, case studies, analysis and substantial reports
Experience mobilizing supporters and influencing key decision makers on development issues.
Field/ national office experience, along with understanding of the organization to allow for efficient and timely coordination of information and stakeholders.
The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 15% of the time.
PURPOSE OF POSITION:
The Cash, Food Security and Livelihoods Lead – Myanmar Bangladesh Refugee Crisis Program will be a member of the Operations Unit and will provide technical support and direction in the design, implementation, quality assurance and program strategy development for the WV Bangladesh – Myanmar Bangladesh Refugee Crisis Program. The role will input into the scale-up of core project models in alignment with WVI’s global sectoral strategic objectives while keeping in line with the Myanmar Bangladesh Refugee Crisis Program Response Strategy. S/he is expected to provide support directly to field teams, working closely with a range of program implementers and senior management teams.
Provide leadership in the acquisition of Cash, Food Security and Livelihoods (CFSL) Programming to ensure the projects reach the intended beneficiaries and achieved the intended outcomes in alignment with context, humanitarian needs and response strategy as well as operational feasibility and technical quality.
Strive to create and use standardized tools and practices, including SOPs, training manuals and work plans, where appropriate, across projects/programs in the Myanmar Bangladesh Rohingya Refugee Crisis Program.
Provide technical support during implementation processes of CFSL Sector projects ensuring that donors and WV standards are adhered.
Master CTP modalities and apply knowledge for innovative programming as a methodology of WV Bangladesh humanitarian response.
Carry out systematized project/program monitoring visits and provide structured feedback in a way that can improve project/ program progress and impact.
Provide support the response in the integration of resilience into programming and assist in creating emergency preparedness plans to achieve targeted response to food insecurity, livelihoods and protection.
Quality review of donor reports related to the CFSL.
Ensure that key cross-cutting themes, such as Child Protection, community participation, partner capacity building, good M&E, coordination, inclusion of women, and inclusion of disadvantaged groups are emphasized and integrated into all projects/programs.
Monitoring Evaluation Accountability and Learning (MEAL):
In collaboration with the MEAL team, support in rolling out quantitative and qualitative monitoring and evaluation approaches aiming to build contextually-grounded learning into program activities for Myanmar Bangladesh refugee Crisis Response Program.
Work closely with the project, National Office (NO) and Regional based teams to publish relevant lessons learnt and/or case studies regarding CTP within the Bangladesh context.
Facilitate setting up of monitoring systems for all cash transfer projects (post distribution monitoring, onsite/agents monitoring, market monitoring, etc) as required by each grant and oversee/lead data collection, analysis, and reporting as per donor's and WVI DMT requirements in coordination with other DME functions of WVSL.
Review and ensure reports related to funds distributed to beneficiaries or vendors and number of beneficiaries (adult male / female, boys and girls) are produced on time for submission and tally with the reports produced by other department.
External Networking & Representation:
Identify, build and manage collaborative partnerships with member of Myanmar Bangladesh Refugee Crisis Response cluster technical groups.
Ensuring high-visibility of WV Bangladesh portfolio, representation and technical leadership among peer organizations.
Represent WV Bangladesh CFSL programming on a regional level to relevant bodies and networks, including clusters, working groups, task forces and donor meetings, and identify changes to their policies and priorities that may create opportunities or threats for the programme objectives.
Engage with donors at regional level in support of fundraising, profile-raising and scoping of opportunities, working in close collaboration with colleagues at Regional and Headquarters level.
Fundraising and Capacity Development:
Proactively develop the capacity of in-country staff working on CTP interventions through mentorship, accompaniment and inhouse training.
Support Myanmar Bangladesh Rohingya Refugee Crisis Program in effective resource management, including identifying and addressing technical capacity gaps and if necessary staff recruitment.
Provide support and technical capacity building to key staff in field offices.
Proactively identify programming opportunities through field observation as well as by developing relationships with key donors and partners working in FSL, economic empowerment, and resilience-based programming.
Support proposal development, lead in the technical design and review of concept notes, logical frameworks, budgets and full proposals in relevant technical sectors with close coordination with field teams.
Engage directly with donors as required, presenting approaches, concept notes and funding proposals in collaboration with hub and regional office.
Work with the GAM and Finance teams to ensure that proposal budgets adequately incorporate technical resource requirements to deliver on stated objectives.
Work closely with the security team to develop and maintain systems that ensure the safety and security of the EFSP team and beneficiaries when implementing CTP.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
5 years of relevant experience in cash programming.
Fluency in English and the relevant other UN language, if it is officially used in the country.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:
Experience in Cash Transfer Programming is preferred.
Be prepared to travel to implementation sites and regional, global meetings as required.
Avis de recrutement
World Vision Mali recrute la position suivante (01):
TITLE: WASH M&E, Reporting, and knowledge management coordinator
Contract type: Local
NB : World Vision ne demande jamais de paiement à aucune étape du recrutement ni par transfert ni directement en espèces
Les candidatures féminines sont fortement encouragées
Finalité de la position:
Provide support to Mali Integrated WASH program for planning and monitoring of interventions, data collection & management and impact reporting as well as learning process and knowledge management. In collaboration with the Horizon GIS and database specialist, he will ensure data collection for regular monitoring and for evaluation, data analysis and uploading into Horizon GIS.
Ensure, in collaboration with programs effectiveness Department that all assessments, baseline measurements, and evaluation exercises related to WASH are done properly for quality assurance
Ensure regular monitoring of activities, outputs and outcomes related to the WASH program, using smartphones when necessary, and report appropriately to facilitate decision making around WASH project implementation
Support WASH Manager and projects coordinators in writing and reviewing and improving quality and timely monthly, quarterly, bi–annual and annual project narrative WASH reports due to various donors
In collaboration with the communications department and project managers, ensure that success and impact stories related to WASH interventions are collected and reported adequately
Coordinate learning and knowledge management processes and ensure lessons learned are well documented and shared inside of World Vision, ensuring the promotion of innovative approaches in WASH interventions
Support WASH Manager in Ensuring that audit recommendations are timely responded to, fully implemented and progress is reported quarterly
Perform others duties as required and asked by the manager or any of leadership team
Qualifications: Formation/Connaissances/Connaissances Techniques et Expériences:
The following may be acquired through a combination of formal or self-education, prior experience or on-the-job training:
Qualification minimum exigée:
Educational level required: Diploma (at least BAC + 4) in statistics, communication, M&E, Water, Sanitation or any related field
Technical Training qualifications required: Professional technical skill desired (certification)
Experience: 3 years in collect, analyze, compile and report data.
Attitudes et Comportement:
World Vision est une ONG dont le travail est centré sur les enfants. Ainsi World Vision se réserve le droit d’éliminer tout candidat qui aurait un antécédent relatif à l’abus sur un enfant ou des comportements contraires à la protection des enfants ; ce, même après la proclamation des résultats du test.
*Délais de soumission des candidatures: 23 Septembre 2018
*Seuls les candidats présélectionnés seront contactés
PURPOSE OF POSITION:
The WFP Food Assistance Manger (FAM) provides strategic, operational and technical oversight and overall management of the DFAP food commodities Program Component in compliance with WFP and WVI policies plus other relevant standards.
Provide supervision and technical support to the resources, ensuring that the reception, handling storage, and documentation of commodities movements are aligned with WFP and WVI compliance Standards and guidelines.
Ensure an effective reporting system to produce timely and accurate commodities reports to WFP, WVI DRC Office and other key stakeholders. This will include providing oversight of the Commodity Tracking System (CTS) data integrity (quality and accuracy) and strict adherence to reporting schedules as well as ensuring that the CTS and LMMS are always functional within WFP project.
Manage all food resources and commodities budgets in conjunction with the Operation Manager and Finance Manager and ensure spending and expenditures are. Within budget and adhere to donor requirements.
Facilitate Food Assistance audits [National, Partnership and Independent (USG A-133) audits] and follow-up implementation of audit Recommendations.
Effective Management of sector risks through staff capacity development, rigorous internal controls.
Monitoring systems and tools with support and collaboration of the with WFP and World Vision leadership which include Operations Manager and Field Security Officer.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Bachelor’s degree in technical area or equivalent experience.
Strong communication skills, particularly advanced writing skills.
Ability to build relationships cross-culturally.
Strong track record of successful coordination or management of large commodities operations.
Ability to multi-task.
Strong workshop facilitation skills.
Strong networking skills.
speak both English and French fluently is required for this position.
Experience and familiarity with WFPTitle II regulations and reporting requirements.
3-5 years management experience in the food logistics ( warehousing, transportation, distributions).
Minimum of two years food assistance program planning experience at supervisory level.
Field-based international NGO work experience in Food Assistance program leadership, with a minimum of 3 to 5 years total development and emergency experience.
Strong design, monitoring and evaluation skills.