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World Vision has been delivering relief, advocacy and development programs to conflict, disaster-affected and poverty-stricken populations in DRC since 1984, with most vulnerable children being at the centre of all we do. Currently, WV operates in 13 out of 26 provinces, with programming in protection, health, nutrition, water and sanitation, food assistance, food security, livelihoods, peacebuilding and emergency relief. World Vision DRC has undertaken humanitarian advocacy for many years. Over the past few years this has included several evidence-based research engagements on ending Violence against children, the impact of Ebola and war on child protection in the DRC and barriers of weak
prevention measures against Ebola.
World Vision has been responding to a series of protracted crisis in the country, including in North and South Kivu, in the Kasais on Ebola in North Kivu, the CAR refugee’s situation in Nord Ubangi and the ongoing conflict in the Tanganyika. WV DRC has reached more than 3 million beneficiaries over the last 3years via its emergency response programs.
PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:
The role of the Humanitarian and Protection Advocacy Advisor is to manage humanitarian protection and advocacy work across all emergency and fragile locations in DRC delivering on strategic WVDRC advocacy and protection objectives. This will re-enforce WV DRC’s ability to credibly engage with the UN, local authorities, international donors and decision makers for improved humanitarian response, helping WV DRC leverage its presence, results and brand for maximizing impact to transform the lives of most vulnerable children and their communities in the DRC.
It will ensure the following:
Improved access for children to short term and longer-term humanitarian assistance and protection.
Implementation of World Vision’s campaign to end violence against children.
Improved coordination in response to the protection needs of the affected population, especially children (among local authorities, donors, multilaterals, UN and NGOs).
Strategy and Policy Development:
Implement, and when needed update, the WVDRC Response humanitarian advocacy strategy focusing on issues of child protection, humanitarian access, coordination and funding for children and civil-military relations as necessary.
Input into the regionally managed Indicator Tracking Table for the Advocacy Response Group (ARG) to show global progress towards policy change objectives.
Provide ongoing, bi-weekly context analysis of the unfolding situation on the ground based on operational, security, humanitarian and political changes to the WVDRC National director, Regional Office and Support Offices.
Promote & foster relationships and collaborations with other WVDRC Response team members - in particular working closely and in complementarity with Protection and Communications Advisors with a focus on areas related to child protection.
Regularly attend the Senior Management Team meetings and participate in other relevant information sharing with the Response Team.
Representation and External Engagement:
Leverage partnerships with peer agencies, governments and donors to scale advocacy for improved protection, services and programs for children affected by the humanitarian crisis of the DRC.
Represent WV DRC in dialogue with external stakeholders on core humanitarian concerns requiring advocacy engagement, including (but not limited to) issues of child protection, protection of civilians, civ/mil engagement, humanitarian access, IHL, humanitarian principles, and community engagement.
Build relationships and collaborations with relevant actors (UN, humanitarian, MONUSCO, local governments, media), who in turn reach out to WV DRC for inputs and opinion as a valuable expert on matters of protection of children and civilians.
Lead and actively participate in humanitarian advocacy initiatives of the INGO Forum, supports WV DRC ND engagement with the INGO Forum, Chef de Mission Forum, Comite Regional Inter-Organisations, and UN humanitarian actors in Kinshasa as necessary.
Advocacy and Policy Influence:
Coordinate and develop policy evidence and advocacy messaging to influence action by external stakeholders on Response priorities, namely humanitarian protection, child protection, the effectiveness of the humanitarian response, and effectiveness of transition management (from crisis to recovery and links to resilience).
Within the scope of WVI’s global campaign, It Takes a World, manage the campaign implementation in the Response, and integrate the campaign in protection programming.
Mobilize and effectively leverage WV’s global partnership (Support Offices, Regional Offices, Geneva, New York, EU) to amplify advocacy with donors and actors of influence on key humanitarian concerns through timely provision of key messages, context analysis and policy products.
Consistently works with the Emergency Communication Manager to provide evidence, messaging and action items to external stakeholders, including media, on WV DRC priorities for the entire SHR projects (from crisis to recovery and links to resilience and peace building).
Proposal Development and Financial Management:
Provide leadership to mainstreaming advocacy into new or existing grants as appropriate, in collaboration with grants and Response Teams.
Consistently works with Children in Emergency (CIE) on project proposals to ensure integration of campaign objectives in programming.
Oversee the provision of humanitarian advocacy training for staff particularly in areas of International Humanitarian Law, humanitarian principles, UN transformative agenda (cluster coordination, Level 3 leadership and accountability) and civil military relations as necessary. Coordinate with protection and communications stuff for wider training on protection and communications.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Master’s Degree in International Development or another relevant field or a Bachelor’s Degree with relevant work experience.
Experience writing grants and/or developing proposals for advocacy or integration of advocacy into wider programming.
Excellent research, problem solving, policy analysis and writing/verbal communication skills.
Excellent understanding of the role of the UN in humanitarian emergencies, its agencies and ways of working, especially related to protection.
Experienced in external engagement/lobbying with high level stakeholders (SRSG, RC/HC, Ministerial, Ambassadorial).
Experiences in networking and building coalitions.
At least 3-5 years of progressive work experience in advocacy and protection, (including child protection), and international exposure/external engagement on humanitarian emergencies or fragile country contexts.
Excellent English and French is required.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:
Experience in resource acquisition.
Good understanding of World Vision, its programs and policies.
Experience of working in the DRC would be a plus.
Work environment: Office-based with frequent travel to the field.
Travel: 50% travel within country to various responses is expected.
PURPOSE OF POSITION
To provide guidance, mentorship and direction to civil society organizations and producer groups within the project area to increase their incomes by assisting producers to meet buyers’ requirements and gain access to more lucrative and sustainable markets. Key duties will include; working with producers to understand the opportunities for local production and marketing, conducting participatory value chain analysis, identifying key market players, opportunities and constraints, formulating innovative market hypothetical’s, generating real market orders and coaching/mentoring of producers in producer groups.
PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION & SUPPORT
Lead the Situation Analysis of Local Producers and Market Opportunities exercise through meeting with local economic stakeholders, identification of products, quality and quantity from local producers, identification of key market players & market opportunities and constraints and documenting and report market assessment findings.
Facilitate formation of producer groups and conduct training and to build capacity in the ADP focusing on training producer groups in key skills such as group management, financial literacy, basic market, innovation, Natural Resources Management, production skills as well as conducting ongoing training of producers in selected technical areas, basing on the needs.
Take lead in carrying participatory Value Chain Analysis with producers in order to improve producers access to markets and/or income and prepare report for sharing with producers and stakeholders in the ADP/cluster
Link suppliers with buyers by working with producer groups to facilitate the direct contact, placement and supply of orders between buyers and producers
Travel to potential markets and identify actual potential for definite orders, understand buyers quantity, quality, packaging, logistical and timing requirements, gain tentative agreements to supply and research potential challenges to meeting buyers requirements and identify practical solutions
PLANNING, MONITORING AND REPORTING
Planning and Implementing Interventions through facilitate producers in developing implementing intervention plans following the participatory value chain analysis and also facilitate Value Chain Stakeholder Network with local economic stakeholders to plan and implement chain-wide interventions
Collect and record initial baseline data in an organized fashion to enable evaluation of project impacts, conduct appraisals of impacts against baseline data for chosen market initiatives, record networks and contacts in a way that can be readily backed up, transferred and accessed.
Provide mentoring and coaching to producers and producer groups to build local capacity for understanding and connecting with markets
Ensure Donor visibility plan is developed and implemented in line with donor requirements
High contribution to project reporting is developed to a high quality standard and is engaging for donor audiences
Supports, as required, to develop the grant project proposal & design
NETWORKING AND COORDINATION
Identifies new partners within and outside the community and identifies how these partners can work together towards shared priorities for improving households’ livelihood
Creates and maintains effective working relationships with the Integrated Programming, and all sectors and department/units to enhance project team effectiveness.
Builds and maintains relationships with other Non-Government organizations, Civil Society Organizations, local government officials, and community leaders
Ensures project priorities and approaches are aligned with community, partners & donor’s requirement and standards
Involves donors & partners in key events/ milestones of the project
Contribute to the common goal and aspirations of the WVI Mongolia, be active member of the team
Attends devotions and weekly chapel services and support spiritual development of his/her team.
Ensures staff and partners understand WV safeguarding & anti-corruption policies
Ensures project supports awareness raising for prevention and reporting of child protection incidents occurs across the project area
Perform any other tasks assigned by Project lead and Grant manager
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Bachelor degree in Business, Economics, Commerce or related fields from recognized or accredited University with at least 1 year working experience in related field.
Strong understanding of the ‘Making Markets Work for the Poor’ (M4P) approach
Demonstrated experience in market assessment, market analysis, market research or closely related role such as in simple data analysis.
Knowledge of primary production and agriculture
Understanding of market development projects and methods
Strong facilitation skills
Proven operational planning skills
Ability to maintain effective working relationships with all levels of staff and donor
Ability to work unsupervised and on their own steam
Strong training, coaching and editing/writing skills
Has the ability to analyze, problem solve, persuade, network and negotiate
Proven capacity to organize complex operations
Able to work with various cultures and environments
Familiarity with the principles and the practice of the value chain development
Experience in working with community based organizations/experience with previous development projects
License, registration, or certification required to perform this position:
Excellent command of English both written and spoken.
Excellent written and verbal skills, with strong technical skills in writing, interviewing
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:
Strong understanding of commercial market operations and systems
Strong knowledge of value chain development and effects on poor producers
Strong interpersonal, networking and organizational skills Excellent interpersonal, cross-cultural and communication skills.
High passion and dedication to human beings, especially vulnerable people.
Willingness to work as a team and get along well with other people.
Strong organizational and management skills, with a proven track record of managing a team
Strong problem solving, interpersonal and communication skills
Ability to demonstrate servant leadership and foster a team oriented atmosphere
Integrity, honesty, and accountability to both the team and the community
Able to make quick decisions as needed
Understanding of and commitment to World Vision Core Values
Proven experience in crisis/risk communication
Proven experience in writing project proposals
Proven commitment to Christian values
Complete Travel and/or Work Environment statements if applicable.
The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically up to 40% of the time to rural areas and project fields
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PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:
Provides Leadership, execution and management of the World Vision Rwanda resource diversification strategy. Strengthens donor and partner engagement, networking and resource acquisition capabilities for World Vision Rwanda. The job holder also leads in the implementation and coordination of Grant Acquisition & Management (GAM) processes including consortium establishment, design workshops and proposal formulation to deliver high quality sustainable funding for improving lives of the most vulnerable children.
Lead in the growth and diversification of high quality sustainable funding for the National Office (NO) strategy by developing and reviewing concept papers and proposals for various projects and programs.
Looking outward to engage externally and build relationships with key stakeholders in the Government of Rwanda, Public donor agencies, UN agencies, INGOs, Support Offices, and East Africa Regional Office.
Develop and review a Grant Acquisition and Management Strategy to ensure that the National Office (NO) has an up to date GAM Business Plan to guide the in its resource mobilization efforts.
Building the capacity of NO staff in grant acquisition, management and compliance.
Providing leadership and daily supervision to the GAM team members.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Master’s Degree in Social Science, International Development, Rural Development, Writing or any related field.
Excellent knowledge and experience of project design and management with government and multilateral agencies grant funded projects and experience of grant compliance procedures for major bilateral and multilateral donors.
Strong organization and delegation abilities; high performance and quality standards; negotiation skills; ability to motivate teams and inspire teamwork.
Track record of successfuly winning public, multilateral and private grants.
Track record of successfully training, developing/mentoring and supervising grant staff.
Excellent computer skills, including proficiency in MS Office Word, Excel, Power Point, and Lotus Notes (or another email system such as Microsoft Outlook).
Strong budgetary and financial management skills.
Cross-cultural sensitivity, flexible worldview, and ability to work with a wide range of people from different backgrounds.
At least 5 years performing the same role and team management experience, preferably within a country office setting.
Considerable experience in networking.
Effective in written and verbal communication in English.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:
Ability to maintain and track funding trends and grant opportunities in the humanitarian sector.
Knowledge and experience in Private Sector Engagement.
The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 30% of the time.
JOB TITLE - ADVOCACY AND POLICY SPECIALIST (ECHO DRR PHASE 2 PROJECT)
LOCATION- NATIONAL OFFICE
PURPOSE OF THE POSITION
The Advocacy and Policy Specialist will provide overall leadership, management, mentorship, capacity building and technical expertise across all advocacy initiatives for the project. The APS will provide support to selected communities and field staff to build the disaster management and risk reduction advocacy capabilities. The APS will be responsible for high level advocacy initiatives with other Humanitarian actors including UN agencies, DMA, INGO’s etc. Based in Maseru with required travel to field operations.
1. Providing technical expertise across project
Provide technical support and expertise to project staff regarding policy and advocacy issues.
Advise on strategic issues
2. Maintain working relationships with stakeholders:
Play key role in establishing and maintaining good working relationships with the local, district and national stakeholders.
Liaise with DMA, UN agencies and government ministry officials in supported districts and nationally.
Working with Red Cross and other partners for advocacy activities.
Provide timely information for donor requests.
3.Support capacity building of communities on CVA
Lead and participate in CVA training, coaching and mentorship of community leaders at supported sites.
Lead coordination of and participate in training, coaching and mentorship of institutional bodies for advocacy and CVA.
4. Advise on policy issues at the national level
Strategically engage with policy influencers, leaders and other key stakeholders to promote key agenda items
Serve as the top liaison for government on policy and advocacy around DRR
Foster buy-in of project from government
Champion meetings on advocacy and policy topics with key stakeholders
5. Provide technical advice on reports and ensure donor deliverables are of high quality
Provide technical expertise and support on donor reports and externally shared materials.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Experience with policy influence, advising and policy development;
Understanding of policy making structures in Lesotho;
Experience in establishing and sustaining working relationships with national and local government, such as the DMA;
Demonstrated experience with advocacy within country; Prior experience working for government agencies a plus;
Demonstrated understanding of and respect for diverse churches and Christian organizations, direct experience working with communities of faith is preferred;
Fluency in Sesotho and English are required
Proficiency in computer basic skills- MS Office; Internet; Basic data analysis skills;
Self- managed, self-driven, results oriented individual with excellent communication, interpersonal, report writing and analytical skills;
Dedicated team player with ability and experience to work in a multidisciplinary team.
Minimum education, training and experience requirements to qualify for the position
The following may be acquired through a combination of formal or self-education, prior experience or on-the-job training:
Strong understanding of policy and advocacy development and influence
Additional work experience required as a minimum qualification for this position.
At least a Bachelors level degree in a relevant field, 5+ years’ experience with government, humanitarian programs and/or advocacy initiatives.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience
Adaptability and flexibility
Honesty and personal integrity, accountability and quality achiever
Excellent communication skills
Must be a committed Christian, able to stand above denominational diversities
CLOSING DATE : 12 JULY 2020
Oportunidad de Contribuir
a la tierna protección de la niñez en Honduras
Título del puesto:
Coordinador(a) Nacional de Incidencia & Campaña Global
Fecha límite de aplicación:
12 de Abril
Localidad del puesto:
Fecha de inicio vacante:
4 de Mayo
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Propósito del Puesto
Liderar y asesorar en World Vision Honduras la incidencia para influir sobre la inversión pública en niñez y adolescencia, con énfasis en los más vulnerables, potenciando el relacionamiento estratégico con socios para implementar acciones conjuntas hacia la protección y bienestar de la niñez.
Estudios universitarios o especializados en humanidades o carreras afines
Mínimo 3 años en puestos similares: Incidencia en Políticas Publica y en temas relacionados con protección de la niñez a nivel nacional y/o internacional.
Alto nivel de influencia mediática, política y empresarial
Bilingüe (español – Inglés)
Manejar vehículo (4x4)
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