Personnes en Développement et Culture

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Gender, Advocacy & Campaign Coordinator

Purpose of the position:

To coordinate the development of ENRICH project Gender and Advocacy strategy and oversee the implementation of the strategy. The gender specialist will be responsible for facilitating training on gender equality and Advocacy for staff and partners and for monitoring gender equality and advocacy results.

Observe mission and core values of World Vision and demonstrate a quality of spiritual life that is an example to others.

Duties and Responsibilities

1. Develop and update roll out of Advocacy Campaign for AP integration

  • Take lead in Advocacy Campaign Project planning, design, monitoring and implementation while in alignment with WV Regional and Support Office.

  • Take lead in developing Campaign Materials and disseminate in all AP and to other stakeholders

  • Work closely with Ministries, Like- minded organization, Religious leaders in planning, monitoring and evaluate Advocacy Campaign

  • Ensure Advocacy Campaign activities are well integrated in all WVT APs for sustainability purpose

  • Monitor integration of Advocacy Campaign activities and ensure its implementation in all programs.

  • Represent WVT at National, Regional and Global events and share impacts stories of Advocacy Campaign in WVT

2. Representing WV at external events; external contacts coalition building and networking

  • Participate in preparing high quality Policy briefings for Gender, Advocacy and for external meetings to deliver campaign messages and advocacy initiatives to both primary and secondary target audiences and institutions

  • Maintain Good/harmonious relations between World Vision Tanzania , WVI region, WV Partnership, donors and all other stakeholders through reporting and sharing of information periodically

3. Conduct/ Coordinate Gender Assessment and advocacy research on negative socio- cultural and traditional beliefs affecting women, girls, boys and men and policy implementation

4. Manage the integration of Citizen Voice and Action (CVA) and Gender into other areas of Ministry

  • Provide technical advice and support to other areas of Ministry to ensure the CVA & Gender are well integrated in all APs

  • Contribute in developing CVA and Gender activities guideline to be integrated into all APs

  • Conduct monitoring visits to provide support in the implementation of CVA and Gender activities planned and budgeted in the APs

  • Provide information on specific CVA and Gender plans, activities and outcomes to other WVI teams and WVT office and share impact stories collected from the communities.

5. Build Capacity of staff on Gender Advocacy especially on Citizen Voice of Action (CVA) on education, health, agriculture policies

  • Organize and facilitate trainings / workshops to WVT and Project staff on Gender, Advocacy/ CVA and CHN issues

  • Lobbing and dialogue with decision makers for policy influencing on issues raised through CVA team.

  • Monitoring the implementation of Government policies mentioned above and identify gaps for Policy influencing

  • Coordinate with ADPs to ensure community empowerment work forms part of our influencing tools ( Strong CVA Team advocating on Health, Education and Livelihood)

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience

The following may be acquired through a combination of formal or self-education, prior experience or on-the-job training:

Minimum Qualification required: Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences, with at least 5 years experience in campaigning, advocacy, lobbying and communication, experience of working in an international and cross-cultural environment is an added advantage

Preffered: Masters In in Social Sciences, with at least 5 years experience in campaigning, advocacy, lobbying and communications

Other Technical Skills and Abilities

  • Strategic, creative, and innovative thinking

  • A successful track record in coordinating / managing advocacy campaigns

  • Strong project management experience

  • Experience of working with government

  • Experience engaging decision makers in government

  • Practical advocacy and campaigning experience in the development field

  • Ability / experience of managing a network

  • Experience of working in Christian environment

  • Experience working in advocacy

  • Ability to lead in complex and challenging environments

  • Experience in coalition building and ability to rally coalitions and networks to take positions on specific policy issues

  • Excellent time-management and prioritization

Working Environment / Conditions:

  • Office based environment with some travel to the field;

  • Available to represent WVT at critical functions and moments as needed

Associate Director Advocacy & External Engagement


Associate Director Advocacy&External Engagement

Report to National Office

Grade level 17

Location: Niamey

Purpose of position:

The Position of Associate Director, Advocacy and External Engagement is critical to the realization of World Vision Strategy, Our Promise in Niger. The position will re-enforce World Visions (WV’s) ability to credibly engage with government, partners, donors and decision makers from the local to regional and global levels, helping WV leverage its presence, results, and brand to ensure the following:

  • Influence policy and practice in the humanitarian and development industry

  • Increased funding for child wellbeing including children’s right to quality education, health care and child protection services, Improved access for children to humanitarian assistance

  • Improved coordination and influence towards the accelerated implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2, 4, 5 and 16

  • Empowerment of children as effective advocates and change agents in their communities and at national level fostering peace and enabling their peers access their constitutional and children’s rights

  • Provide leadership in Advocacy and coordinate design and implementation of campaigns at the local and National levels for Word Vision Niger.

  • Facilitate external engagements with different stakeholders and build capacity of key development partners to mainstream campaign interventions and ensure linkages with World Vision strategic Objectives.


Context and Strategic Leadership

  • Develop and monitor National Office Advocacy and External Engagement strategy to determine appropriate inteproactive changes to the context and policy landscape in line with the Country Office Strategy and Global Strategy “Our Promise”.

  • Provide line management for Local Level advocacy staff and CVA Coordinator

  • Provide leadership for advocacy within all humanitarian responses in Niger

  • Develop and maintain a simple tracking tool to show WV Niger progress towards policy change objectives

  • Provide strategic leadership and coordination in situations requiring urgent advocacy action within the NO such as in humanitarian advocacy

  • Provide policy direction to the NO including models and messages for evidence based policy influencing at different levels.

  • Appropriately provide ongoing context analysis of the unfolding situation on the ground based on operational, security, humanitarian and political changes to the National Director, Integrated Programs Director, Response Managers, Regional Offices (RO), Support Offices (SOs) and the ARG

  • Under the leadership of the National Director, Ensure that the Faith and Development component is well integrated in the NO engagement and advocacy plan

  • Lead National Efforts at influencing government at local and national level to implement the relevant SDGs related to CWB outcomes and the IT takes a World to end violence against children campaign

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Advocacy Co-ordination/Integration-Internal

  • Ensure that advocacy is implemented effectively as a ministry area and is integrated across other ministry areas including, Evaluation and Learning, , Humanitarian & Emergency Affairs (HEA) and Gender and inclusion, Faith and Development.

  • Support APs in development and implementation of Local level Advocacy initiatives such as CVA integration.

  • Develop and implement a comprehensive advocacy integration skills development plan for all staff and partners including youths and children

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Capacity enhancement and advocacy support to Area Programs (APs)

  • Model best advocacy practice in the NO through Advocacy knowledge management and best practice.

  • Promote the effective and meaningful participation of WV in functioning and vibrant national networks in the area of advocacy & campaigning for children in the country including in the UN Cluster system

  • Oversee the replication of emerging advocacy good practices across ADPs and at national level

  • Represent WV Niger in national and international high level events related to global, regional and national advocacy and campaign themes.

Public Co-ordination – External

  • Develop and maintain an external engagement framework to ensure that WV is recognized as a strategic partner for government, UN agencies and civil society organizations

  • Provide support to the ND in directly engaging senior government officials including parliamentarians, policymakers, the UN agencies and Civil Society Organizations on critical issues including the production and monitoring of the implementation of SDG Voluntary National Review Reports (VNR)

  • Support National Director and leadership team in engaging external individuals /institutions towards the development and implementation of child well being strategic relationships

  • Support all APs to generate CVA Data that influences the government’s local and national level policies, strategies and SDG Voluntary National Reports (VNR)

Leading & supporting others

Provide empowering and influential leadership to, CVA Advisors and advocacy point persons in the APs in the following manner:

  • Review and provide valuable feedback in their various strategies, performance objectives ,work plans and key reports (annual program report , child wellbeing report, national advocacy annual report, )

  • Provide hands -on support in the implementation of the advocacy components of the various Technical Programmes (TPs)

  • Resolve team difficulties

  • Promote innovation and organizational learning

  • Facilitate team work

  • Engage and motivate staff

  • Promote reflective practice

  • Facilitate action learning and reflection

Resource mobilization

  • Work collaboratively with the RAM unit to support programs and WV partnership in mobilizing human and financial resources for advocacy and campaign purposes

  • Assemble data for the purposes of resource acquisition, donor engagement

  • Provide technical expertise to facilitate resource mobilization specifically for advocacy programmes around the sectors of health, education, WASH and child protection and inclusion into all grants

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National advocacy annual report production.

Ensure that an effective and operational national advocacy data collection mechanism is in place

  • Leads periodic review (every six month) of advocacy data from the local and national including CVA Data

  • Produce annual reports related to initiatives such as the ITAW Campaign, iOur Promise 2030 score cards and the Advocacy Strategic Measures (ASM) annual reports and PCPR

  • Ensure CVA Data base is regularly updated and the gaps and improvement in service provision is analyzed and shared with SLT

  • Convert CVA data into policy and advocacy tools to enhance advocacy work

  • Collaborate with Communications to bring visibility to the ITAW campaign at strategic Calendar moments such as the Day of the African Child

  • Raise national champions outside AP areas who will support the ITAW campaign

Provide leadership for the campaign strategy

  • Review NO Strategies and policies and ensuring that campaign issues are embedded and work closely with technical teams to ensure alignment with NO strategy

  • Ensure that WV Niger campaign contribute to the achievement of the National Office\s Strategic Objectives and Our Promise

  • Coordinate and ensure synergy in all campaigns in the national office TPs (WASH, Education, economic development and livelihood and child protection).

  • Identify and build networks of children from the AP to National levels for the purposes of amplifying their voice on issues that affect their wellbeing.

Capacity Building

  • Build capacity of all technical leads to undertake policy analysis and develop policy products for their respective sectors

  • Build capacity of children, other vulnerable groups, Community Based Organizations, local government agencies and other service providers to implement campaign and advocacy interventions


The incumbent is expected to operate with a high degree of independence, under the broad strategic direction and policy guidance of the National Director with technical support from the Regional Advocacy, campaigns and Safeguarding Advisor. In addition the following knowledge, skills and abilities may be acquired through combination of formal schooling, self-education, prior experience, or on-job training:

Advocacy and Policy Work

The incumbent will have significant experience working in multi-NGO environment and in coalitions on policy issues in relation to child protection, poverty eradication, complex humanitarian emergencies and governance.

-The incumbent will be articulate both verbally and in writing, including the provision of policy analysis.

-The incumbent will have the ability to work with and guide consultants in research and policy analysis.

Team Work

  • Ability to maintain good relations and work effectively with other team members and External Engagement Team to ensure that World Vision presents a professional and efficient point of contact to national institutions.

  • Ability to maintain awareness of the activities of other members of the team to enable mutual support during times of high pressure of activity.

  • Ability to participate in and provide leadership to a virtual cross-functional national team to ensure an integrated ministry approach.

  • Ability and willingness to undertake any other activities designated by the supervisor that might be necessary for the efficient and effective performance by the team.

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience

  • Masters degree in development studies, social sciences, social Sciences, or related field.

  • At least, five (5) years of relevant professional experience including development and implementation of Child protection, advocacy or campaign strategies, within the country

  • Proven experience to facilitate networks and institutional learning

  • Experience of working with local, international and social media for campaigning and advocacy purposes

  • Management of organizational relations to with other organizations through networking and alliances.

  • Representational experience at national and international level.

  • Strong competencies to plan, prioritize, and ability to deliver to tight deadlines and budgets

  • Strong negotiation, facilitating and influencing skills; demonstrated skills to present in public

  • Excellent writing and editing skills – fluent in English, and in French

  • Travel requirements – this position entails a minimum of 30% travel both within and outside the NO

Working Environment / Conditions:

  • Work environment:

  • Travel:

  • On call:

Risk and Compliance Advisor

* Preferred Position Location: Cyprus. It may also be determined by home country of successful candidate within the Middle East & Eastern European Region (MEER) where WVI is registered to operate.


The purpose of this position is to provide compliance and risk management oversight across Middle East and Eastern European Region (MEER) and support it as the focal point between Regional Office and National/Response Offices to manage and mitigate the risks achieving WV compliance standards. The role will also provide coverage and assurance that the organization has the required capacity and expertise in these areas to ensure achievement of our ministry goals.


Enterprise Risk Management

  1. Champion the overall risk management process for MEER as a value-added discipline and process, ensuring that all offices have high quality, effective, and agile risk management programmes to ensure business & programme continuity and operational resilience;

  2. Monitor and coordinate all Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) activities of MEER, including identification, measuring, monitoring and mitigation (Risk Assessment process);

  3. Lead and coordinate the roll-out, training, support and overall implementation of the Risk Management Software RISKONNECT and ensure that regional, national and country risk reporting is maintained;

  4. Evaluate the design and operating effectiveness of the risk mitigation efforts and provide timely meaningful feedback to the organization;

  5. Work collaboratively with Internal Audit to ensure that risks are identified for risk based internal audit (RBIA) planning purposes and follow-up/mitigation activities are appropriately evaluated;

  6. Build strong partnerships with all departments across MEERO to understand the risks to their functions and report on it via periodic analysis and ensure that significant and fast moving risks are escalated to leadership on a timely basis.

Strategic Risk analysis

  1. Support the SDO to lead development and implementation of MEER risk management strategies. Ensure risk management processes and procedures are in alignment with the WVI Enterprise Risk Management Framework and the organization’s Risk Appetite Statement;

  2. Monitor and analyse risks within the MEER external context and environment and report on these risks to the Senior Director Operations MEERO and the WVI Director Enterprise Risk Management and Compliance to ensure WVI planning is sensitized;

  3. Support the needs of MEERO with sourcing or developing external and/or additional information to support decision making, analysis and/or support service functions.

Incident Management

  1. Collaborate with MEERO and Global Centre supporting functions (IT, ERM, OCS, Internal Audit, etc.) on the continuing development, implementation and management of the Integrated Incident process/reporting system;

  2. Coordinate the Integrated Incident Management (IIM) approach within the MEER to ensure that respective incidents are being reported, managed and followed-up on;

  3. Ensure that incidents are analysed and relevant “Lessons Learned”, and After-Action Reviews, applied throughout the Response, reducing the likelihood and impact of repeat incidents;

  4. Coordinate the overall Incident Management process in response to crisis situations within MEERO and support NOs where IMT/CMT and/or investigation gaps exist;

  5. Ensure the MEERO Integrity Protection Hotline (IPH) Committee is updated on cases assigned and coordinate all incidents handed down to the region in cooperation with participating functions as well as tracking these to completion.

Investigation Management

  1. Coordinate investigations within MEER in response to incidents, allegations and complaints with relevant functional owners (i.e. P&C, Finance, OCS, Internal Audit)

  2. Provide support to senior managers overseeing investigations (at regional or national/country level), including guidance on best practice

  3. Ensure investigations are conducted legally, ethically, and on a timely and cost-effective basis;

  4. Liaise with WV/WVI global partnership stakeholders on specific cases ensuring they are kept informed of case progression as necessary; sensitize Support Offices to timelines and requirements as pertains to investigations affecting grants;

  5. Input to investigation templates, identify and share best practice guidance as appropriate;

  6. Lead or participate in investigations based on the level of the incident;

  7. If necessary, create and supervise an investigative team on specific investigations where required.

Compliance Management

  1. Support the Organizational Compliance process in coordination with MEERO and Global Centre supporting functions for adherence to corporate responsibilities;

  2. Ensure MEERO’s and subordinated National/Response Offices’ standard operating procedures (SOPs) and/or waivers are well defined in compliance with internal organizational policies and procedures, applicable to external context and compatible with WV’s donors;

  3. Together with respective functional and line management coordinate the implementation of policies, procedures and standards to ensure that staff across MEER well understand key requirements and how to meet them;

  4. Ensure that relevant compliance violations are documented, reported and investigated according to respective policies and procedures and reflected across available WV systems and processes;

  5. Coordinate relevant NO compliance reporting for MEER to internal and external stakeholders is in place.


  1. University (Bachelor essential, master’s preferred) relevant to the field of international relations, political science, disaster management, international development humanitarian law, data management/information systems, international/political studies, sociology, population studies and other related fields);

  2. Two years of working experience in relevant field (report writing, academic research, international non-governmental organizations work, law, risk and data analysis, grant quality and compliance) is preferred;

  3. Risk & Compliance, Governance or Fraud approved international certifications will be considered an advantage;

  4. Excellent organizational, analytical and oral and written communication skills in English;

  5. Demonstrated ability (including leadership skills) in working collaboratively with other stakeholders, in support of various organisational projects;

  6. Strong ability to work with and relate to diverse personality types, to practice relational and ideological tolerance, and to contribute to a positive organizational culture;

  7. Ability to work effectively under pressure and handle multiple tasks;

The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 20% of the time.

Project Coordinator - Enterprise Development - Ja Ela

World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. World Vision is dedicated to working with the worlds most vulnerable people regardless of their religion, caste, gender or ethnicity. World Vision has been in Sri Lanka since 1977 and currently works through 34 development and relief programmes in 15 Districts across the country.

At World Vision we are passionate about children and committed to bringing fullness of life to the most vulnerable and disadvantaged. Every day for forty years, that is what our team at World Vision has been doing.

We are currently looking for dynamic & creative individuals to join us in our journey of caring.

Project Coordinator - Enterprise Development - WVL

Base Location– Ja Ela

Job Profile

The Project Coordinator – Enterprise Development is responsible for the direct management of WVL staff and the overall implementation of the livelihood-generating components of the ‘Global Program to develop livelihood for poverty affected population though a mulita-sectoral established and monitored waste management system (PHINLA)’ project.

S/he will work closely with the Project Coordinator – Waste Management (of the Project’s main partner in implementation) to identify and maximize opportunities for livelihoods and enterprise development. The project shall be implemented in the agreed locations in accordance with Grant contract and compliance to achieve the overall project goal.


  • Leadership and People Management - Ability to Lead and Manage people efficiently and effectively.

  • Networking and Liaison – Maintain high quality relationships and networks between Project operations and relevant Government agencies, WVL Area Programmes, local and international NGOs, other civil society groups and international consultancy agencies, Support to be made available for program goals and implementation by key stakeholders.

  • Quality Assurance - Effective and efficient project management and implementation. Project progress, lessons learnt, best practices, etc. are captured and disseminated as necessary.

  • Grant Compliance - Adequate knowledge on policies, procedures and standards of the grant and systematic information management.

  • Financial Accountability - Grant is delivered on time and within allocated budget. Financial reporting is accurate and delivered on time. Audit reports indicate low risk findings. All program expenses are compliant with WV and donor requirements.

  • Reporting - All reports are prepared/reviewed in a timely manner with quality assurance. Strong working relationships with relevant internal key stakeholders.

Required Qualifications, Experience & Competencies

  • A Bachelor's degree in Economic Development, Social Sciences, International Development Studies or Community development.

  • Knowledge and experience in capacity building for local stakeholders/partners.

  • Knowledge of and familiarity with international assistance program requirements, preferably [BMZ] and/or other funding agencies (Global Fund and other multilateral agencies); their policies and regulations.

  • Experience in program implementation, community mobilization and participatory approach would be an advantage and experience of working with ethnic minorities is preferred.

  • Experience in training and facilitation

  • Ability to provide management and technical support to enhance the marketing component of the project.

  • Experience in enterprise development specially targeting the beneficiaries from the vulnerable population.

  • Basic knowledge and understanding on gender and disability and other vulnerability factors in community.

  • Demonstrated leadership skills, including leading, building, and supporting a team with diverse roles and capacities.

  • Skills in facilitation of development processes, and networking among different development partners.

  • Demonstrated capacity in program management, with conceptual understanding and required competency in DME functions.

  • Solid computer skills in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Lotus Notes

  • Project management experience with Grant projects is (including staffing and financial management) preferred.

  • Experience in project design, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and reporting writing.

  • Written and oral communications skills in Tamil and English.

  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.

  • Attention to detail and high level of accuracy, work methodically and neatness.

  • Time management skills and ability to multi-task and prioritize work

  • Willing to travel frequently to project operation areas and to Colombo Office on need basis.

World Vision Lanka offers a competitive remuneration package based on individual competence and skills. If you meet the required criteria and wish to apply for this or any of the available vacancies, select the position you wish to apply for & submit your on-line applicationwith your CV and details of three non-related referees.

Only short listed candidates will be notified.

World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.

Advocacy Manager





Le manager de plaidoyer (Advocacy Manager) canalise les objectifs d’influence de l’organisation et met en œuvre des stratégies qui incitent efficacement les gouvernements et les institutions à adopter des politiques et des pratiques pour la promotion du bienêtre des enfants les plus vulnérables du pays. Le manager de plaidoyer devra accorder une attention particulière à trois domaines critiques : la coordination de recherches afin de mieux orienter nos approches et tactiques de lobbying, l’engagement avec des décideurs gouvernementaux pour influencer des changements de politiques au niveau national et l'assistance technique à fournir à niveau de plaidoyer local pour mener à bien les priorités et objectifs nationaux en garantissant une mise en œuvre rapide et adéquate.



Conformément au plan stratégique de la World Vision Haïti, élaborer et mettre en œuvre un cadre national et intentionnel pour les efforts de plaidoyer et de changement de politique à niveau national en faveur des enfants et de leurs familles.

Pousser l’adoption des priorités de bien-être des enfants dans l’agenda national public.

Coordonner des opportunités d’influence spécifiques liées aux priorités nationales, au sein de réseaux et coalitions clés agissant auprès des parties prenantes gouvernementales, des autorités nationales et locales et des représentants de la communauté internationale et la société civile.

Développer des alliances stratégiques avec des représentants élus clés, des groupes communautaires, des chefs de quartiers et d’entreprises, des résidents de la communauté, des consommateurs et d’autres. Assister à des réunions publiques et privées impliquant de grands projets.

Donner une orientation stratégique aux activités de campagne (marche, mobilisation, pétition, influence, sensibization, implémentation etc.) liées aux stratégies de plaidoyer pour les approches techniques.

Travailler avec les principaux responsables gouvernementaux a niveau national, régional et local qui s’engagent sur les questions liées aux priorités annuels pour soutenir les efforts de conception de proposition de loi et/ou mise en œuvre d’une stratégie d’implémentation visant à réaliser et à suivre les progrès accomplis dans la réalisation des objectifs agrées.


Établir des tactiques durables et modèles reproductibles de bonnes pratiques pour augmenter la participation des enfants et les jeunes dans le plaidoyer communautaire.

Coordonner et mettre en œuvre des activités de renforcement de plaidoyer a niveau communautaire.

De façon proactive, supporter le staff des opérations, acquisition de ressources et autres dans le développement de programme/projets pour faciliter et assurer l’intégration du plaidoyer dans les projets.

Planifier et supporter l’implémentation de techniques de plaidoyer visant à augmenter la participation des enfants, adolescents et jeunes au sein de leur communauté.

Assurer la proactivité des réseaux de groupes d’action communautaires

Rapporter sur les activités et stratégies suivant un calendrier précis.

Développer des coalitions a niveau régional poursoutenir l'adoption de politiques spécifiques;


Effectuer des recherches et préparer des informations de base pour le plaidoyer, les décisions, les réunions de planification et autres activités de sensibilisation;

Mettre à jour et coordonner la production et, au besoin, la créationde tous les documents de plaidoyer, notamment des brochures, des dépliants, des bulletins d’information trimestriels, des fiches de renseignements, des prises de position, des rapports annuels, rapports à la communauté et autres documents écrits.

Surveiller toutes les lois, leur évolution, changement, implémentation dans le cadre de politiques relatives au bien-être, la protection et la survie de l’enfant et analyser.

Servir de personne-ressource principale pour le plaidoyer en matière de priorités nationales.




Licence et/ou Maitrise en Droit, Sciences Politiques, Développement Durable, Relations Internationales,

Certification en Relations Internationales, Droits Humains, Protection des enfants, Genre, Inclusion.

Connaissance & Compétence

Excellente connaissance écrite et orale du créole, du français et de l'anglais. Espagnol un plus.

Capacité à traduire les orientations stratégiques en plans d’action et d’implémenter.

Être multitâche et capable de travailler sous pression

Capacité de travailler avec des équipes à distance.

Collaboration proactive et Débrouillardise

Bonnes compétences interpersonnelles


  1. Expérience soutenue en mobilisation populaire et Plaidoyer de Politique au niveau National surtout sur les questions liées au bien-être des enfants, genre, assainissement, inclusion.

  1. Expérience pertinente en analyse de politique, lobbying et travail des décideurs gouvernementaux.

  1. Expérience en établissement des réseaux et partenariat et capacitéen gestion de partenariat.

  1. Gestion de rapports directs et / ou expérience dans le domaine législatif et gouvernemental un atout.

  1. Au moins trois années d'expérience des relations avec des législateurs ou décideurs gouvernementaux.

  1. Une compréhension du système législatif haïtien

License ou Certificat nécessaire

Licence et/ou Maitrise en Droit, Sciences Politiques, Développement Durable, Relations Internationales,

Certification en Relations Internationales, Droits Humains, Protection des enfants, Genre, Inclusion.


La position est basée au Bureau Central à Port-au-Prince


  • CV à jour

  • Lettre de motivation

  • Copie de diplômes et de certificat

  • Tout autre document pertinent pouvant supporter la candidature.

Seuls les candidats sélectionnés pour entrevue recevront un feedback.

Resource Development Director, WV Bangladesh


World Vision Bangladesh has a funded grant portfolio of over $100 million, with a significant volume of new opportunities that are actively managed in our current pipeline. There is significant potential for additional growth, which will require more proactive capture planning and management in seamless partnership with key World Vision Support Offices (SOs) and regional partners around the world. The Resource Development Director (RDD), a key leader within the Senior Leadership Team (SLT), provides strategic leadership in capture planning and implementation, bid management, oversight of donor research and analytic and pipeline management and facilitation/execution of WVB’s grant acquisition strategy, Additionally, the Resource Development Director ensures resource diversification, strengthened donor networking, and improved resource acquisition capabilities for World Vision Bangladesh. Furthermore, the RDD will train and /or build the capacity of all resource development staff, assure strategic inter-departmental collaboration with the Program Quality and Technical (PDQA) staff, Finance staff (in particular with the development of cost proposals), Operations Department, while assuring the provision of any and all requisite support to the Refugee Response program development team.


This position is a critical and key position of the National Office (NO) Team to lead the development and roll out of the National Office Resource Development Strategy, in alignment with World Vision’s global strategy, Our Promise 2030, and National Office strategies. As such, the Resource Development Director (RDD) will:

  • Lead and manage the National Office Resource Development Unit in Bangladesh to drive growth and diversification of grant income (bilateral, multilateral, major foundations and corporations, gifts in kind (GIK), non-food items etc.) in accordance to the Bangladesh National Office Resource Development Strategy.

  • Lead development and management of capture plans for World Vision Bangladesh (WVB) in order to maximize our ability to compete for high priority grant opportunities, both as a sub and prime in close collaboration with SOs and all internal WVB constituents (Technical teams, i.e. “PDQA,” Finance, People and Culture (P&C) etc.).

  • Oversee management of all live bids, and participate/lead major bi-lateral (e.g., USAID, DFID) bids in close collaboration with Support Office (SO) Resource Development Teams.

  • Assure the resource acquisition is strategic, focused and meets or exceeds targets as established by WVB leadership.

  • Coordinate with the Senior Director for Operations and Resource Management, National Director, Technical Directors and other internal constituents to develop strong relationships with high priority donors, as well as partnerships with potential subs and primes for future bids.

  • Establish and maintain functional relationships, capacity and collaboration among national, regional, support office and global center teams to effectively grow the national office portfolio.

  • Build the capacity of World Vision Bangladesh (WVB) capacity in grant acquisition, and specifically capture planning, capture management, bid management, and partnering in coordination with Regional Resource Development (RDU) Director; all such work will be aligned with the global Fragile Context Initiative and Grants Acquisition and Management (GAM) strategic priorities for the growth and management of grants in fragile contexts wherever appropriate and feasible.

The role reports to the Senior Director for Operations and Resource Management with matrix reporting to the Regional Resource Development (RDU) Director.


Resource Acquisition:

Capture plan development and management; bid management; donor engagement.

Develop rigorous capture plans, consistent with Shipley model/approach allowing for two year planning and preparation horizon that aligns all relevant actors including: Support Office teams, technical teams, finance, Operations, P&C, National Director, Refugee Response fund raising team and others as appropriate.

Assure effective management of all capture plans, and take responsibility for leading and/or playing substantive role in management of high priority opportunities (in particular major USAID, DFID and other bi-lateral opportunities).

Assure quality management of live bids including, but not limited to:

  • Managing go/no-go decision process involving SOs and key internal constituents (National Director (ND), technical teams, Operations Department, Finance, etc.) within 24 hours from the release of an opportunity; development of detailed bid preparation plan (or “Bid Action Plan”) within 24 hours of “go” decision which clearly delineates timelines and responsibilities for all aspects of the bid process; lead color team reviews of major bids (over $5m), assuring that all reviewers understand their roles in review process; assure development of and adherence to compliance matrix to address all donor requirements; coordinate development of questions/feedback, in collaboration with SOs, Senior Leadership Team (SLT), for all RFA, NOFOs RFIs and other bi-lateral opportunities, and timely submission of same; coordinate with Finance and PDQA (technical teams) to assure preparation of highly competitive and well budgeted technical plans that maximize cost recover for Bangladesh National Office (NO, or WVB) staff wherever possible; other bid management tasks as periodically identified and required.

  • Actively engage and participate in strategic country donor meetings with subset of high priority donors as identified through rigorous market analyses, agreed upon by SMT, and documented in WVB Strategic Plan.

  • Working with WVB leadership, identify key relationships to strengthen national office positioning and elevate WV’s profile with government, multilateral and private sector donors.

  • Ensure that the WVB and Regional Development Unit teams work in collaboration with SOs’ grant teams to actively maintain strong donor relationships at global, regional and country level, developing engagement strategies for each donor or a group of donors.

  • In coordination with WVB Communications Director ensure the implementation of the global impact framework, and support the development of capacity statements, marketing and communication materials using the technical branding approach for donor engagement and prepositioning.

  • Facilitate relationships and build credibility with donors, using previous success and documented best practices in grant management.

Analytics and Pipeline Management:

  • Oversee BD Analyst to assure that WVB is prioritizing the right opportunities, has an accurate assessment of the competitive landscape and our win potential for specific opportunities; understands our comparative advantages (and

  • disadvantages); identifies partners that maximize likelihood of building highly competitive consortiums; conducts literature reviews as required to inform technical strategy; and other research/analytics as required and appropriate.

  • Establish an effective opportunity pipeline per industry standards that qualifies, prioritizes, and tracks all opportunities from early capture (two years before live) through post submission “lessons learned” for all major

  • opportunities. Bid management systems should use gated approach (consistent with Shipley system), and be updated in real time and made accessible to WB leadership.

  • Oversee and/or participate in development and roll out of BD dashboards to keep senior leadership apprised of our progress towards BD targets, including but not limited to real time dollar win rate analyses.

Capacity Building:

  • Ensure all WVB staff involved in grants, including the position holder have completed and are Proposal pro certified.

  • Lead, manage and provide capacity-building support to employees in the WVB team, & seconded staff by ensuring clear goals and accountabilities are established and achieved.

  • Ensure individuals’ performance and development needs are met, and employees are high performing and engaged.

  • Identify capacity gaps at WVB in grants acquisition and management and other factors leading to poor win rates and grants implementation and work with SOs and the Regional Development Unit (RDU) to address them.

  • Lead with the SOs and regional RDU, the roll out of the partnership grants acquisition training software (i.e. Proposal Pro) and the use of Horizon for opportunity tracking.

  • Develop a strong successor to be able to take up increasing grant management responsibility.

Strategy and Leadership:

  • In coordination with the National Director, Senior Director for Operations and Resource Management, PDQA and other internal constituents as well as the Regional Resource Development Unit lead, develop and/or revise of the NO resource acquisition strategy to assure WVB acquisition targets are met.

  • In accordance with Global Fragile Context Strategy, WV processes for fragile context and the WVB Business Planning Cycle, assist the National Director and Senior Leadership Team in setting annual grant income projections to be used in the National Director’s Performance.

  • Provide day to day leadership and management to the National Office Resource Development to ensure timely and efficient support for capture planning and implementation, bid management, supervision of BD analytic including, but not limited to: donor market analyses; donor prioritization; competitive analyses; establishment of web based pipeline management system to assure real time updates in HORIZON and others as need be.


  • Carry out additional responsibilities as assigned by the ND/Ops Director.

  • Attend and lead devotional meetings.


  • Master’s Degree in International Development, International Relations, Rural Development, Social Science or any related field.

  • Minimum of five years’ demonstrable, hands on experience in grant acquisition, including experience developing and managing capture plans and applications/bids managing capture plans; managing bids for opportunities large opportunities targeting major bilateral and multilateral institutional donors.

  • Robust understanding of World Vision Context and prior experience working on resource collaboration with SOs is highly desirable.

  • Demonstrated success achieving high win rate for large (over $20m) bid portfolios. Experienced networker with strong skills in donor relations, negotiation, and partnership brokering and management.

  • Up-to-date knowledge of the donor landscape and trends in the development and humanitarian sectors.

  • Strong inter-personal skills, and proven team-player.

  • Able to solve complex problems and to exercise independent judgment.

  • Able to work in a cross-cultural environment with a multi-national staff.

  • Must be a committed one, able to stand above denominational diversities.

  • Strong influencing and networking skills; consortia/network development experience.

  • Experience in acquiring funding from private donors (foundations and corporations).

  • Ability to provide support and training to staff and partners and to “translate” donor language related to guidelines and different requirements to ensure that both concept notes/proposals and project implementation are compliant with donor requirements.

  • Experience with public-private partnerships.

  • If candidate is a WV staff, completed Proposal pro certification. G2G certified training is a plus.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Knowledge of workings with major donors, such as USAID/OFDA/DoL, DFID, UN, DFAT, EC/ECHO/DIPECHO, UN agencies, WFP, ADB/WB. Global Fund.

  • Experience in working in fragile context countries, humanitarian assistance and complex environments.

  • Experience forming, leading, and working in consortia.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • Work environment: Office-based with frequent travel within National office and support offices.

  • Travel: up to of 15% International travel may be required.

Vacante Grants

Oportunidad de Contribuir a la protección de la niñez en República Dominicana!!

tulo del puesto:

Especialista de Formulación de Proyectos Grants

Fecha límite de aplicación:


Localidad del puesto: Santo Domingo, República Dominicana.

Tipo de contrato: Presencial, debe residirContrato temporal-6 meses, jornada completa.

Descripción General de la posición

Responsable de coordinar y formular propuestas de proyectos para la cooperación internacional, a través del mapeo de convocatorias internacionales, nacionales, gubernamentales y privadas, apoyándose de las diferentes áreas dela organización para elaborar propuestas con calidad técnica, excelente redacción aplicando la herramienta de marco lógico.

Responsabilidades principales:

  • Formular de propuestas dirigidas a la cooperación internacional y agencias de gobierno.

  • Redactar las propuestas utilizando la herramienta de marco lógico.

  • Construir e incrementar la base de datos de donante de la cooperación internacional y fundaciones.

  • Construir mapeo de fondos de cooperación internacional y licitaciones públicas nacionales.

  • Crear los lineamientos de trabajo del equipo de formulación de propuestas.

  • Diseñar y ejecutar una estrategia de pre-posicionamiento de la organización ante agencias de cooperación internacional.

  • Actualizar anualmente la base de datos de consultores independientes para la redacción de propuestas.

  • Implementar visitas trimestrales a los donantes para posicionar a la Organización previo a las llamadas de aplicación de propuestas.

  • Al cierre del ciclo de elaboración de propuestas documentar los resultados y establecer comunicación con el donante para evaluar el resultado y retroalimentación.

  • Buscar permanente de oportunidades de propuestas con las oficinas representativas de la cooperación internacional presentes en el país.

Perfil del Ocupante

  • Profesional en Ciencias Sociales, Humanidades, Negocios/Relaciones Internacionales, o Afines

  • Estudios especializados en diseño, formulación de proyectos (certificación, postgrados o maestrías, otros).

  • Dominio fluido del idioma inglés (oral y escrito)

  • Experiencia en redacción de propuesta de proyectos en español e inglés para agencias de cooperación internacional y gobierno.

  • Experiencia en elaboración de marco lógico.

  • Habilidad y experiencia para relacionamiento con cooperantes internacionales y agencias de gobierno

  • Capacidad de análisis y síntesis.

  • Alta de capacidad de relacionamiento con diferentes sectores y públicos.

  • nimo de 3 os de experiencia en puestos similares.

Cómo aplicar??

Los (as) interesados (as) deben enviar su curriculum vitae a

[email protected] con el título “Vacante Grants”.

Agradecemos su interés para poner sus talentos a favor de la tierna protección de la niñez!!