Personnes en Développement et Culture

La mission de nos équipes de développement des ressources humaines et du personnel est de soutenir l’opération globale de Vision Mondiale dans la réalisation de nos objectifs pour les enfants et les communautés grâce à nos atouts les plus précieux - notre personnel. Votre vision, notre vision?

Operador de Telemarketing

SOBRE LA ORGANIZACIÓN:

World Vision es una organización cristiana humanitaria, de desarrollo y de defensa dedicada a mejorar la vida de los niños, las familias y sus comunidades en todo el mundo. Nuestros más de 34.000 miembros del personal que trabajan en casi 100 países están unidos para ayudar a los niños más vulnerables a superar la pobreza y experimentar la plenitud de la vida. Ayudamos a niños de todos los orígenes, incluso en los lugares más peligrosos, inspirados por nuestra fe cristiana. World Vision sirve desde 1989 a la niñez en República Dominicana, siendo testigos de cambios profundos en el país, siempre brindando herramientas y oportunidades a más de 45,000 niñas y niños cada año en las comunidades con los peores niveles de violencia

PROPOSITO DE LA POSICIÓN

Impulsar el crecimiento de la organización a través de la construcción y gestión de una comunidad digital, desarrollando y administrando el contenido de las plataformas digitales y la interacción con los usuarios, acompañándolos en un proceso de conversión y fidelización.

RESPONSABILIDADES CLAVE:

  • Desarrollar procesos para dar seguimiento a los leads generados con el objetivo de lograr una correcta relación con potenciales donantes y apoyar la recaudación de recursos económicos.

  • Organización y clasificación del estado del lead.

  • Fidelización de los leads obtenidos, así como administración de acciones relacionadas.

  • Administrar la plataforma de cobros.

  • Elaboración de informes y acciones de reportería.

  • Contribuir al crecimiento del departamento de Fundraising & Marketing así como de la organización.

EXPERIENCIAS, CONOCIMIENTOS Y HABILIDADES REQUERIDOS:

Grado académico:

Estudiante o profesional en Marketing, Comunicación Social, Relaciones Públicas o carrera afín.

Experiencia:

  • Experiencia mínima de dos (2) años como operador(a) de Telemarketing y Servicio al Cliente en el área de ventas y ofertas de productos y servicios.

Destrezas Técnicas:

  • Excelentes habilidades en la comunicación oral y escrita.

  • Dominio del Español o Nativo

  • Manejo de Microsoft Office (Word, Excell, Power Point, etc.)

  • Manejo de Outlook.

  • A/B Testing

  • Análisis de Mercado

Capacidades:

  • Capacidad para trabajar en equipo.

  • Orientación al cliente.

  • Capacidad de negociación.

  • Capacidad de persuasión

  • Comunicación asertiva. Habilidades de comunicación.

  • Conocimientos mínimos de la organización World Vision República Dominicana.

  • Orientación a resultados.

  • Habilidades en el análisis e interpretación de indicadores de desempeño.

  • Pensamiento estratégico

EXPERIENCIAS, CONOCIMIENTOS Y HABILIDADES PREFERIDOS:

Se valora:

  • Experiencia en servicio al cliente y servicio de telemarketing, enfocada en presentación y venta de productos.

  • Manejo del idioma Inglés avanzado.

Cualidades y otros:

  • Carisma

  • Empatía

  • Autonomía

  • Demostración de Integridad, coherencia, honestidad, transparencia, lealtad, prudencia, diligencia y buen juicio.

  • Cristiano(a) Comprometido

CONDICIONES DE TRABAJO

Por su naturaleza y características, esta posición implica ser desempeñada en la Oficina Nacional:

  • 98% de trabajo de oficina.

  • 2% de trabajo de campo.

¿Cómo aplicar?

Los (as) interesados (as) deben enviar su Curriculum Vitae a:

www.careers.wvi.org/job-opportunities-in-dominican-republic

¡¡Agradecemos su interés para poner sus talentos a favor de los más vulnerables!!

Senior Grants Acquisition Specialist

Senior Grants Acquisition Specialist

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

To work with staff from across WVI Nepal (e.g. Operations, P&C, Finance and Programmes) and the WV partnership (e.g. staff from Support and Regional Offices) to support the identification, development and timely submission of quality concept notes and proposals for both institutional grant funding and private non-sponsorship funding and other regular day to day GAM business.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Quality proposals that are in line with donor requirements, WVI Nepal strategy and community need are developed and submitted on time

Support programme/ project managers and coordinators for timely, detailed and quality reports to Support Offices and donors;

Assist Program Managers to ensure they are compliant with donor regulations resulting in program quality. Where necessary, coordinate for the

revision of original plans in close coordination with Program Manager, Support Offices (SOs) and external donors, based on sound impact analysis of proposed change;

Ensure programme success stories are shared with communications to enhance the visibility of programming;

Support monitoring and bring up implementation or compliance challenges with MEAL, Operations Managers, and donors.

Work with technical staffs, MEALS, Communications and Operations team as required to support developing high-quality communication materials to support (pre)positioning with donors and partners, including capacity statements, impact statements, and RFI responses and other materials for donor pack;

Provide regular, positive, and productive communication with Support Offices, the field team, and partners for implementation of program activities. This includes maintaining up to date information on relevant donor/Support Offices priorities, guidelines and requirements and share with cross functional departments as needed;

Assist GAM Manager and PDQ Director to establish/ strengthen relationships/ linkages and networks with key actors and leading NGOs to gather donor

intelligence and build collaborative relationships;

Advise on potential fundraising opportunities arising from intel, forecasts and donor strategies;

Research, monitor, and utilize shifting donor strategy, funding, or regulatory information, and advise PDQ and Operations leadership of emerging trends that could positively or negatively affect the program

Coordinate with Operations team to ensure comprehensive (all relevant project documents and donor Guidelines) hand-over of project to Project Manager/ Operations point person and wider grant project teams;

Maintain an updated GAM folder for 100% of all opportunities (closed, ongoing and/ or pending grants);

Support GAM Manager to prepare Annual GAM target, Annual PNS Plan aligning to GAM business plan;

Others:

At least 2 years experiences working in the relevant positions in Nepal

Experience of developing concept notes / proposals for funding from bilateral and or multi-lateral donors.

Good knowledge and relevant experience securing bilateral and multi-lateral donors particularly USAID, DFID, EU, DFAT, World Bank and UN agencies

Relevant experiences on external engagement especially with international donors and host government.

Ability to manage pressures and to meet tight project proposals deadline.

Bachelor level university degree in a social science

Masters level degree in any discipliney

Knowledge of Programme Design, Monitoring and Evaluation.

Competent in use of Microsoft Office computer programs including Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Strong written and oral command of English language.

Excellent analytical skills and ability to quickly grasp complex programme concepts across a range of sectors.

WORK ENVIRONMNET:

Full adherence to World Vision Child Protection & Adult Safeguuarding, Code of Conduct and Conflict of Interest policies.

World Vision International Nepal is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourage candidates of diverse background, women and

differently abled, to apply. Only short-listed candidates will be called for the subsequent selection procedure. WVIN reserves all rights to qualify/

disqualify applications in any case.

Coordinador(a) de Comunicaciones y Relaciones Públicas (RRPP)

Región: [Latinoamérica] Modalidad: Presencial

País: [República Dominicana] Contrato: Indefinido, Tiempo Completo

Localidad: Santo Domingo, DN Plazas disponibles: 1

SOBRE LA ORGANIZACIÓN:

World Vision es una organización cristiana humanitaria, de desarrollo y de defensa dedicada a mejorar la vida de los niños, las familias y sus comunidades en todo el mundo. Nuestros más de 34.000 miembros del personal que trabajan en casi 100 países están unidos para ayudar a los niños más vulnerables a superar la pobreza y experimentar la plenitud de la vida. Ayudamos a niños de todos los orígenes, incluso en los lugares más peligrosos, inspirados por nuestra fe cristiana. World Vision sirve desde 1989 a la niñez en República Dominicana, siendo testigos de cambios profundos en el país, siempre brindando herramientas y oportunidades a más de 45,000 niñas y niños cada año en las comunidades con los peores niveles de violencia

PROPOSITO DE LA POSICIÓN

Coordinar iniciativas de comunicación, promoción y publicidad sobre el trabajo de World Vision en República Dominicana, para contribuir al fortalecimiento de las relaciones institucionales con medios de comunicación, empresas, organizaciones, entidades gubernamentales, artistas, atletas, líderes de opinión, donantes, socios y otras comunidades de interés. Asimismo, coordina las actividades del plan de Comunicación Estratégica, Relaciones Públicas y Mercadeo, con el fin de generar impacto, ingresos e influencias que contribuyan al posicionamiento de World Vision como experta en temas de protección de la infancia y la educación de calidad.

RESPONSABILIDADES CLAVE:

  • Implementar los planes de comunicación estratégica y relaciones públicas de World Vision en República Dominicana, para impulsar el posicionamiento de la institución como experta en protección de la niñez y calidad educativa.

  • Apoyar la recaudación de fondos del mercado local y la diversificación de fuentes de ingresos de la oficina.

  • Facilitar un entorno de aprendizaje y crecimiento de la organización.

  • Rendir cuentas del avance y resultados vinculados a la generación de contenidos y actividades de posicionamiento.

EXPERIENCIAS, CONOCIMIENTOS Y HABILIDADES REQUERIDOS:

Grado académico:

Profesional Licenciado/a en Comunicación, Periodismo.

Experiencia:

  • Experiencia mínima de tres (3) años en Coordinación y realización de eventos corporativos y manejo con agencias publicitarias.

  • Experiencia en el diseño de iniciativas de posicionamiento marca organizacional.

  • Experiencia en monitoreo de posicionamiento institucional en medios de comunicación

  • Experiencia en análisis de datos del impacto de las publicaciones para la toma de decisiones.

Destrezas Técnicas:

  • Excelentes habilidades en la comunicación oral y escrita.

  • Dominio del Español o Nativo y dominio avanzado de inglés.

  • Manejo de Microsoft Office (Word, Excell, Power Point, etc.)

  • Manejo de Outlook.

Capacidades:

  • Capacidad para trabajar en equipo.

  • Capacidad de coordinación de varias iniciativas simultáneamente.

  • Sentido de la urgencia y pertinencia en la organización de eventos públicos.

  • Proactividad y capacidad creativa e innovadora.

EXPERIENCIAS, CONOCIMIENTOS Y HABILIDADES PREFERIDOS:

Se valora:

  • Se valoran formación extracurricular en las áreas de: Mercadeo, RRPP, Comunicación Corporativa, Marketing Social, Responsabilidad Social o áreas afines.

Cualidades y otros:

  • Demostración de Integridad, coherencia, honestidad, transparencia, lealtad, prudencia, diligencia y buen juicio.

  • Cristiano Comprometido

CONDICIONES DE TRABAJO

Por su naturaleza y características, esta posición implica ser desempeñada en la Oficina Nacional:

  • 90% de trabajo de oficina.

  • 10% de trabajo de campo.

  • El puesto implica desplazarse en viajes a requerimiento según se requiera.

¿Cómo aplicar?

Los (as) interesados (as) deben enviar su Curriculum Vitae a:

www.careers.wvi.org/job-opportunities-in-dominican-republic

¡¡Agradecemos su interés para poner sus talentos a favor de los más vulnerables!!

External Engagement & Advocacy Manager - Jerusalem

Job Description & Position Description Questionnaire (JDPDQ)

JOB PURPOSE

The purpose of the position is to lead the external engagement team and coordinate across all relevant other teams within the national office for the successful implementation of World Vision Jerusalem – West Bank – Gaza’s (JWG’s) overall external engagement strategy and its advocacy strategies. It includes two primary purposes:

  • Lead and coordinate the successful implementation of World Vision JWG’s overall external engagement plan, with direct responsibility to increase its strategic partnerships with government, local and international NGOs, and faith partners, and to strengthen World Vision JWG’s overall position in the local market for increased brand recognition, visibility and trust

  • Coordinate and manage national advocacy initiatives, particular the national It Takes a World (ITAW) campaign, and support local and international advocacy initiatives.

The position also serves as a key member of the leadership team.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITES

% of time

Activity

End Results

40%

External Engagement (EE)

  • Strategically lead, manage, and coordinate ongoing refinement and implementation of the EE plan, which includes ongoing identification of key internal and external stakeholders and associated coordination with them and representation of World Vision. 

  • Prioritize and ensure WV is represented in critical external and public engagement opportunities through participation by his/herself, or ensuring the national director, a senior technical specialist, or another senior member of World Vision attends. Backstop representation when national director is not available.

  • Coordinate closely with Grant Acquisition and Compliance Lead to ensure EE plan is well implement in harmony and synergy with grant functions.

  • Generate new ideas, planning, and innovations to help implement the EE plan.

  • Coordinate with Evidence, Learning & Accountability Director to ensure all external engagement is evidence-based, features World Vision’s JWG’s evidence of impact.

  • Supervise the communications specialist and ensure communications and its products are developed strategically, with timeliness, effectiveness, and consistency with World Vision’s branding guidelines

  • Keep a view of overall national level partnerships in coordination with technical leads as well as manage key, high level relations with faith partners in coordination with Operations. Ensure national-level faith partnerships are cultivated and supported as part of the broader external engagement strategy, including in the ITAW campaign.

  • Represent World Vision JWG, or ensure the national director does, at key external and internal humanitarian fora (such as AIDA or World Vision internal coordination bodies), support engagement with critical government entities at the national level, and make recommendations as to how World Vision should advocate, seek justice and position on issues that affect Palestinian children and/or shrink the humanitarian space in which World Vision operates.

  • Ensure that advocacy and comms engagement, outputs, and focus have synergy and help to achieve the overall external engagement objectives, including risk management

  • Initiate a simple tracking system for recording key external meetings 

  • Advise and prepare the national director for key meetings.

  • Help mobilize the Board to participate in external engagement.

  • EE plan is well implemented with active internal and external engagement, according to the rhythm of the plan.

  • World Vision JWG is active externally and well represented at priority fora and events.

  • EE plan includes grants and works in synergy to advance and build donor relations.

  • WV JWG moves to a trusted brand, acquires more resources and communicates evidence of impact in well designed, synthesized, strategic, and targeted ways. 

  • External engagement is measured and shows impact.

  • Communications products are high quality, delivered on time, consistent with brand and positively contributing to external engagement.

  • Overall state of national level partnerships is well understood and contributing to overall impact.

  • World Vision JWG is present and a partner of influence with clear and consistent messaging on issues that affect children in programming and the humanitarian space with which World Vision operates. Faith partners actively contribute in partnership with World Vision for improvements in child well-being.

  • World Vision actively advocates and communicates in alignment with strategy

  • External meetings are tracked with a view of our engagement across all elements of reporting. Trends are analyzed. Information is shared as needed.

  • National director is well prepared and equipped with background information. talking points and capacity statements for meetings.

50%

Advocacy and Campaigns

  • Work with the national director to maintain the international advocacy and influence plan and support international engagement, as needed.

  • Work with the technical leads to identify policy gaps and support them in work with government ministries to reform.

  • Provide overall leadership for and management of the It Takes A World (ITAW) Campaign

  • Ensure the ITAW campaign’s design is practical and includes clear national and programmatic level activities tied to the Whole School Approach for Violence Prevention Framework

  • Cultivate, expand, and manage partnerships across all levels of ITAW partners, including corporate and faith partners.

  • Lead/manage the national level elements, designing events to deliver campaign messages and raise the profile of the ITAW campaign in Palestinian society.

  • Coordinate with zonal offices to ensure relevant project model activities are identified and aligned to ITAW and work closely with Operations and the local level implementation in the context of programmes to ensure staff understand their roles and responsibilities in relation to the ITAW and other campaigns.

  • Coordinate with Evidence, Learning & Accountability to ensure ITAW’s impact is measured and that all campaigns have a measurable theory of action.

  • Direct manage and implement ITAW campaign activities with Christian schools in alignment with funding.

  • Identify and lead the implementation of other short-term campaigns and events aligned to the strategy such as safer internet, breastfeeding, child rights, reading/ early literacy, etc.

  • International advocacy is supported with timely data, stories, and reports to use in international engagement and in alignment with international advocacy and influencing plan.

  • International advocacy influence plan remains up to date and in alignment with the Partnerships Advocacy Strategy for Palestine and Israel (PASPI)

  • Technical leaders supported in pursuing relevant policy reforms and implementation for child well-being. World Vision successfully influences policy changes at the national level to improve the well-being of children.

  • ITAW is launched, implemented, and contributing to WV JWG’s external positioning, reputation, and trusted brand.

  • ITAW partners grow in numbers, contribute, and are well managed.

  • ITAW has national level events that support or advance the external engagement plan and influence Palestinian society to take action to reduce violence.

  • Field staff have guidance and are aligning and reporting their ITAW activities.

  • ITAW has measurable indicators that show positive contribution to addressing violence in Palestinian society and the indicators contribute to the office’s overall impact.

  • Christian schools participate in and implement the campaign.

  • Other campaigns and events are implemented and raise the profile of World Vision as an actor for child well-being.

10%

Leadership and Other Duties

  • Serve as a valuable member of both the Leadership Team and the Impact & Results team.

  • Attend and participate in capacity building trainings locally and internationally.

  • Attend and participate in WV’s spiritual nurture and other organizational activities and events.

  • Be responsible of own security and actively contribute to a positive security culture.

  • Abide by the security policies and procedures and report any incidents or breaches to line manager and / or security manager.

  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Line Manager

  • Overall national office leadership, including risk management, cultural influence, strategy, accountability, and spiritual leadership, contributed to.

  • Positive security culture and contribution of this role evident

  • Security procedures abided by

KNOWLEDGE/QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE ROLE

Required Professional Experience

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in advocacy, communications, and/or external engagement

  • Past experience as a supervisor or manager

  • Fluent in Arabic and English

Required Education,

training, license,

registration, and

certification

  • Bachelor degree in journalism, PR, development, social science, international relations or related fields. Master’s degree is an asset

Preferred Knowledge

and Qualifications

  • Experience serving on various leadership teams

  • Experience relating to government entities and/or other strategic partners

  • Experience in external engagement with donors, NGOs, UN agencies, ministries etc

  • Strong analytical skills, project managements skills, and visual skills

  • Good writing or story telling skills (English & Arabic)

  • Good technical capacity to coach staff on advocacy and on various legal processes for policy development and implementation

  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.

  • Strong interpersonal skills and creativity

  • Able to hold competing needs and ideas in tension

  • A full commitment to World Vision’s core values and mission statement.

  • Full adherence to World Vision Child Protection, Code of Conduct and Conflict of Interest policies.

  • Full Adherence to security protocols

Travel and/or

Work Environment

Requirement

  • The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to _15__% of the time.

  • Valid driving license

  • Presence in the field multiple times a month

  • Position is based in Jerusalem

Physical

Requirements

Language

Requirements

Arabic and English

KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

Contact (within WV or outside WV)

Reason for contact

Frequency of contact

GAM Lead

Coordinated positioning; grant relations;

Daily

Communications Specialist

Supervision; coordination of communications in EE plan

Daily

Evidence, Learning & Accountability Director

Build from evidence of impact

Weekly, Monthly

Technical Leads

Policy support and cluster representation

Monthly

National Director

Ensure active participation in External Engagement plan; discussion and manage legal and reputational risks

Daily, Weekly

Support offices

Coordinate messaging with others in the Partnership; Funding

As needed

Operations

Coordinate faith partnerships and ITAW

As needed

Advisory Council’s External Engagement Committee

Mobilize

Quarterly to semi-annually

External Partners

External Engagement

Daily

DECISION MAKING

Freedom to Act for organisation of meetings, prioritization of stakeholders, planning of events and actions in alignment with the External Engagement plan, and any action in alignment with job description and annual performance agreement.

Consultation and approvals required for specific event budgets, specific dates of events, and final copy on any external and advocacy messaging

CORE COMPETENCIES – For all positions, select the top 3 prioritized competencies from below. Click here for a quick overview of our Core Competencies.

Be Safe and Resilient

Deliver Results

Build Relationships

Be Accountable

Learn and Develop

Improve and Innovate

Partner and Collaborate

Embrace Change

For Management positions only, select the top 2 prioritized competencies from below.

Model Self-Management

Engage, Influence, Lead

and Grow Others

Run an Effective

and Agile Organisation

Develop the Organisation

for the Future

APPROVALS

Manager Name: Lauren Taylor

Manager Approval Date: 4/10/2021

P&C Name: Nisreen Sidawi

P&C Approval Date: Click or tap to enter a date.

World Vision is committed to the protection of children and vulnerable adults and does not employ staff whose background is not suitable for working with children or vulnerable adults.

Resource Development Finance Specialist

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

World Vision is a global Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. We are a community of close to 40,000 staff working across the world to help change the lives of vulnerable children. Our supporters, partners and staff join forces with communities on the ground to help children enjoy good health, be educated for life, experience the love of God and their neighbours and be cared for, protected and participating in addressing issues that affect their lives. World Vision has been active in Zimbabwe since 1973. Our operations are spread across 9 out of 10 provinces, with a majority of over 1.75 million beneficiaries in rural areas. Our current programs focus on improving the well-being of boys and girls in three priority sectors: health and nutrition, livelihoods and education. We also focus on child protection, gender and disabilities, emergency assistance and resilience building as cross cutting priorities across our programs.

World Vision Zimbabwe is committed to the safeguarding of staff, children and communities that we work with, preventing any type of unwanted behavior at work, including sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse, lack of integrity and financial misconduct. We are committed to promote the welfare of children, youth, adults and individuals with whom World Vision engages with. World Vision expects all staff to share this commitment through our conduct and behavior. We place a high priority on ensuring that only those who share and demonstrate our values are recruited to work with us. If you share the same vision and values, JOIN US and contribute to life in all its fullness for the children and communities we serve.

Position Title: Resource Development Finance Specialist

Location: National Office (Harare)

PURPOSE OF POSITION

The World Vision (WV) Zimbabwe Resource Development Finance Specialist as part of Resource Development & Donor Engagement team, the major role is to prepare proposal budgets for grant opportunities and provide financial management support to grants.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Resource Acquisition and Grants Financial Planning

  • Provide donor financial compliance and technical finance input in the development of grant designs and plans.

  • Prepare, in collaboration with other cross functional staff, grant budgets and narratives that support program designs, and are in line with the WVZ budgeting guidelines, specific donor guidelines and formats and Support Office recommendations for any identified grant opportunities for the Field Office.

  • Provide financial technical advisory services and participate in go- or no-go decisions for different grant opportunities for the Field Office.

  • Translate donor budgets to LEAP budget format (or any future standard budget that WVI may recommend), and post the full budget into the planned budgets screen of SunSystems and in Horizon for reporting, tracking and visibility purposes.

  • Upload and monitor the PBAS commitments and Track all Grant funding activities with donors and Support Offices, to ensure timely PBAS commitments

  • Support the Due Diligence processes of RDDE in on-boarding new Partners.

2. Financial Reporting

  • Review coding on vouchers (journals and payments vouchers) for valid account, cost center, and donor combinations

  • Design specific donor reports in Excel or other applications, and produce timely and accurate financial reports that meet the various donor reporting specifications and interpret the reports to Grant managers, officers and other internal stakeholders for any assigned grants.

  • Analyse and reconcile donor reports, the Sunsystems ledger and other WVZ internal reports, and address any variances and exceptions on a monthly basis.

  • Perform strategic data analysis which assists management with decision making in the managing the grants.

  • Share the reports after internal reviews, with the Support Office and/or donors, depending on the grant funding structure, observing applicable donor reporting requirements.

3.Donor Compliance enforcement

  • Provide donor compliance expertise to RDDE to ensure that the office comes up with bankable proposals.

  • Inform the Finance Manager and Grant Managers, officers and key stakeholders of key grant contractual clauses, and ensure that all transactions and business processes do not violate those clauses.

  • Provide technical advice on grants that are ongoing and assist Grants Implementation team with tracking budgets

  • Handover and capacity building of incoming grants staff to ensure that they are aware of compliance issues and donor guidelines

  • Facilitate internal and external audits and donor compliance visits/assessments as may be required for assigned grants.

  • For any assigned grants, monitor sub grantees, if any, and ensure that they meet all conditions of the sub grantee agreement and the general donor requirements, including timeliness of reports, quality of reports, sound business processes and adherence to own policies and procedures.

4. Management Accounting

  • Design, produce and interpret management accounting reports that can be shared with local management for decision making and value addition to WV operations.

  • Coordinate completion of reporting templates for grants for the office (e.g. Grants Dashboards, Grants Pipeline Analysis, Consolidated Grants Burn Rates and Grants Health Tracker etc), consolidated grants variance analysis reports and presentations and consolidation of financial reports as may be required for submission to the National Office and Regional Office.

  • Design and implement spending tracking system to make sure all expenses are within budget before signing any purchase requisition.

  • Lead Field Financial Report (FFR) review meetings with Grant Leadership Teams and give advice of any deviations from planned spending, with recommendations for corrective actions to avert variances that are outside of the donor flexibility rules and advise on measures that help achieve cost efficiency and increase impact on vulnerable children and their communities.

  • Review monthly balance sheet ledger reconciliations and follow up for timely clearance of any balance sheet reconciling items (for example, employee staff advances, banks, sub grantees, accruals, prepayments/deposits, receivables etc).

5. Leadership, Personnel and Capacity Building

  • Set performance objectives with subordinates and manage their performance

  • Identify capacity building needs for staff, and recommend necessary trainings or studies, whether self-funded or by WV, in line with existing policies.

  • Conduct, and facilitate, grants financial management trainings for subordinates and non-finance staff to help develop the right capabilities and skills for excellent implementation of grants.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • A first degree in Accounting or Finance. A professional qualification such as ACCA or CIMA will be an advantage.

  • Minimum of 3 years’ relevant experience in a grants finance role in NGO environment.

  • Experience developing budgets for key donors including: ECHO, USAID, UNICEF, WFP, and FCDO.

  • In-depth working knowledge of accounting software packages, especially SunSystems, Vision XL and Vision Executive.

  • Excellent computer literacy skills, especially in MS Excel.

  • In-depth working knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and the WVI FFM.

  • In-depth working knowledge of grant accounting.

  • Knowledge of how to prepare, review, and present financial statements and financial reports.

  • Good analytical skills.

  • Ability to understand connections between financial and operational issues

NB: Shortlisting will be done as applications are received. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Qualified female candidates are encouraged to apply

Resource Development Director

PURPOSE OF POSITION

To strategize and lead implementation of WVFT's Resource Development strategy to grow, optimize and build a sustainable and diversified funding base, and establish WVFT as the NGO of choice for individuals, churches, institutions and corporations in giving for child wellbeing. Reporting to the National Director, and leading a team of Division Managers, this role will inspire, drive and facilitate efforts to reach more vulnerable children by strengthening WVFT's brand, credibility, marketing and grants acquisition and communications capability. In doing so,this role will model and grow staff mindsets and skills to build a culture of unity and trust, collaboration, agility and continuous improvement

for strengthened performance and impact.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Strategic leadership and accountability. Ensure:

- Resource Development strategy contributes to successful execution of NO strategy

- National Director & SLT benefit from RD expert guidance

- Performance metrics and monitoring systems and reporting developed

- Strategic relationships with external stakeholders to raise WVFT profile, brand trust &

opportunities

- Strong collaboration with Field Programming to increase technical capacity on key donor trends and interests to attract more Grants and individual philanthropic opportunities

2. Strategic engagement and networking. Ensures

- Opportunities to grow external relationships, build WVFT brand and executive profile

are sought & taken

- Relationships with churches and FBOs are grown and strengthened with the development of a Youth Ambassador Program to build awareness within Millennials segment and turn them into active advocators/influencers

- Strong collaboration with WV regional & global teams for alignment & mutual learning

- Representation of WVFT at relevant external network meetings/forum

- Partnerships with agencies/companies are developed to help enhance WVFT capability

3. Resource Development capability, change and performance. Ensures:

- RD annual business and risk management plans and budget are developed

- Operational plans are executed with clear learnings documented

- Workforce planning is conducted & Divisions appropriately staffed through proactive

identification of staff learning and development needs

- Systems, processes and services are effective, efficient and continuously improved

- Talent management & development plans implemented

- Organizational changes are effectively led

4. Direct reports’ performance and development. Ensure:

- RD leadership team plans and collaborates effectively for optimal performance

- Division Managers receive the right mix of direction and support to be successful

through ongoing partnering for performance conversations and activities

- Cultivate a spirit of ‘learning through making mistakes’ to build higher confidence

in undertaking challenging assignments

- Division Managers feel cared for and engaged

- RD leadership team can live out WV core values

- Succession planning and development for Division Manager roles

Senior Policy Advisor, Economic Justice

*Position location to be determined by home country of successful candidate in a jurisdiction (US state or country) where WVI is registered to operate.

*Please submit your CV in English.

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

The Senior Policy Advisor, Economic Justice will provide analysis of trends and opportunities in relation to how the needs and rights of children can and should be addressed through various forms of funding from global, regional and national level sources, debt relief, taxation and private capital. This analysis will be used to develop recommendations for child focused policy action in regard to all forms of development financing in support of the Sustainable Development Goals, and, as such, World Vision’s Global Impact Framework. This analysis will support Advocacy & External Engagement (A&EE) advocacy objectives for the Global Campaign, the 2030 Agenda, as well as objectives of Support Offices (SOs) in relation to Official Development Assistance (ODA) and Regional Offices (ROs)/Field Offices (FOs) regarding domestic resource mobilization/public financing.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Analysis of and reports developed on Official Development Assistance (ODA), taxation/public financing, private sector investment and other forms of Financing for Development (FfD) and their impact on the financing of child focused policies. Develops policy positions and products that relate to the achievement of child related SDGs and WV child well-being objectives.

  • Represent World Vision, and/or support representation of World Vision leaders at priority external forums, events, networks and with priority stakeholders to promote agreed policy positions.

  • Lead and collaborate with SO, RO and FO colleagues on research and policy development on FfD. Creates a process to engage SOs on ODA focused work.

  • In conjunction with the Local to Global team (A&EE), works with the Centre of Excellence to support country level budget focused advocacy. Builds FOs capacity in conducting country level analysis; supports “translation” of global FfD policy positions for use at national level.

  • Collaborate with select partners and coalitions on this agenda. For example, work with the World Bank relationship manager to develop a plan to become more engaged with World Bank as a Tier 1 stakeholder.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Master’s Degree in economics, international development, political science or related focus.

  • Minimum 5-7 years’ experience in policy, research, government relations/external engagement, or other specific field relevant to this role and World Vision’s work.

  • Strong experience and skills in research and analysis.

  • Strong written and verbal communications skills.

  • Strong experience in the NGO/civil society sector and/or with multilateral organizations (World Bank, IMF, etc.)

  • English fluency.

  • Second language strong asset (esp. Spanish, French).

Preferred:

  • Strong knowledge and professional experience working on Financing for Development issues and trends; strong understanding of policy development and influence processes with governments and international agencies from a civil society perspective.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • Travel after Covid restrictions- 10-15%.

Sponsor Engagement Improvement Specialist (2 positions)

*Position location to be determined by home country of successful candidate in a jurisdiction (US state or country) where WVI is registered to operate.

*Please submit your CV in English.

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

The Sponsor Engagement Improvement Specialist is an exciting and significant role in the production of over 8 million digital and printed engagement features for child sponsors each year.

This role calls for an exceptional marketer/communicator and highly-effective coordinator, who enjoys working with marketers from all over the world with leadership, humity and pace; handling multiple projects at once.

They will be part of a global team who support, facilitate and lead projects within the ongoing improvement of World Vision’s global child sponsorship product experience feature set as well as innovations or emerging bodies of work that may one day be part of the BAU feature set.

These projects are focused on strengthening and improving retention and acquisition of sponsors and prospects, through over 10 m illion photos, videos, cards, letters, updates and reports sent from a sponsored child to their sponsor each year. This cross-functional role will be varied, fast-moving, strategic in nature and best suited to a communications or marketing specialist or manager, with strong coordination, communications and creativity skills.

  • High capacity role that includes coordination, stakeholder engagement, analysis, feature development and design, testing and quality controls to reach over 8+ million child sponsors, helping sponsors understand the impact they are

  • making possible.

  • Work with marketers in over 20+ funding countries as well as internal and external designers, editors and photographers.

  • Understand and support the marketing needs of each office to support acquisition and retention activities.

  • Be comfortable and capable in an agile working environment with virtual team members in different locations and time zones.

  • Ensure consistent, quality content & design for child sponsors.

The Sponsor Engagement Improvement Specialist will be integral to improving the sponsor experience and will require strong written/verbal communication skills, marketing/communications experience, the ability to effectively engage stakeholders, maintain and manage relationships with internal customers and present concepts and ideas, the ability to plan and support collaboration of internal customers and business partners acrooss multiple projects with competing deadlines and shared dependencies.

High proficiency in Microsoft Word, Powerpoint and Excel is essential and knowledge of Smartsheet, Power BI, Photoshop, Indesign, Kissflow, Jupiter is a bonus.

This will be an integral role in supporting the consistent, ongoing improvement to World Vision’s global child sponsorship product experience feature set – meeting the expectations and needs of our target supporter groups, accurately representing the field reality and dignity of those we serve, enabling authentic sponsor-child connections and delivering compelling impact sponsor communications – all towards adding further year on year value to our market ministry.

The aim – to continuously and incrementally improve the quality of the sponsor engagement experience year on year, never allowing stagnation or backsliding in quality.

This position reports to the reports to the Sponsor Engagement Improvement Manager and works in partnership the Director of Child Sponsorship Content, the Director of Sponsor Experience and Director of Sponsorship Operations & Engagement.

Be part of a fun, exciting content team that’s helping sponsored children and their communities tell their own stories, while helping child sponsors understand the impact they’re helping to make possible.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Lead or support individual projects within the Global Sponsor Experience & Engagement Roadmap:

  • Plan, develop, implement and analyse planned project improvements.

  • Lead initial and ongoing design conceptualization of improvements to envision and garner feedback from stakeholders.

  • Collaborate with stakeholders, investigate options, suggest budget requirements and recommend best improvements for sponsors, children and staff.

  • Facilitate required ideation and development of improvement concepts with input / validation on ideas, proof of concepts and tests, working closely with SOs/NRDs to ensure target market personalization needs are met.

  • Create or update guidance and training resources for field staff.

  • Work with technical teams to explore and achieve system capabilities to facilitate and/or drive improvements.

  • Support and/or improve World Vision’s critical quality review/assurances endeavors. Demonstrate value adding and virtual team behavior and outcomes.

Stakeholder Engagement, Communication and Reporting:

  • Create and lead engagement with selected SO/NRD, RSC and NO/ADP representatives.

  • Showcase ideas and continuous improvements.

  • Seek feedback and improvements.

  • Coordinate translation.

  • Support, create or lead inspiring internal communications related to improvement projects.

Strategy and Planning:

  • Support the ongoing definition, scope and design of the sponsor engagement coherent story, which enables compelling, tangible progress and impact communications to sponsors globally.

  • Recommend strategic choices towards attaining most effective quality improvement across sponsor engagement feature set in market year on year.

  • Collaborate with and contribute to bilateral / multi-lateral continuous improvement development and testing plans, including orchestrating cross-functional input, and ensuring alignment with the broader stabilizing of sponsorship.

  • Seek and develop opportunities for streamlining of work/effort to reduce work cost and effort for all involved.

Capacity Building and Support:

  • Partner in the development of sponsor engagement feature capacity building manuals, toolkits, learning aids and other learning resources in the testing, mainstreaming, and ongoing operational delivery of consistently improved sponsor engagement features.

  • Provide input and recommendations into organizational capability developments based on improvement projects, to ensure field staff of the future have the right skill set to ensure high quality sponsor engagement features.

Learning and Networking:

  • Invest in relationships and participate in internal and external networks to support improvement projects and grow leadership opportunities.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing, product development or project management.

  • Demonstrated success in marketing, communications or project management.

  • Ability to effectively communicate with many different functions, cultures and levels in the organisation (orally and in writing). Fluency in English.

  • A broad understanding of non profit operations and commitment to World Vision´s objectives, ethos, core ministries, Mission Statement and Core Values is mandatory.

  • 2-3 years experience in marketing, communications, project management, product or customer experience development.

  • Experience in working across cultures and within complex organizational structures.

  • Knowledge of Child Sponsorship and development programming, preferably with World Vision.

  • Effective in written and verbal communication in English.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Strong analytical skills, catalyst for improvement and innovation, problem solving involving multiple disciplines.

  • Attention to detail, ability to understand and adhere to branding guidelines and communications style guides.

  • Flexible and willing to travel per World Vision policy.

  • Support Office marketing/supporter experience in a leadership role that needed to clearly weigh up and negotiate revenue raising/protecting opportunities versus costs/efforts.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 2% of the time, when it is safe to do so.